导弹防范底细要闻快速投递

原标题:导弹堤防内部情况要闻快速投递

The Koreas may be about the heat up with US aircraft carriers and
submarines.Thomson Reuters

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In the aftermath of North Korea's quantum leap in nuclear strength,
demonstrated by a ground-shaking sixth nuclear test, South Korea has
called on the US to help "punish" Pyongyang.

参院拨款近40亿日元用以军械系统改良

"Opinions have converged that the direction which the government should
take is to strengthen punishment," rather than dialogue, South Korea's
Minister of National Defense, Song Young Moo said on Monday, according
to NK News.

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As part of a plan to punish North Korea for its provocative
intercontinental ballistic missile and nuclear tests, Moon Jae In, South
Korea's president, has looked to increase the country's offensive
missile capabilities and import additional missile defense batteries
from the US - both of which signal a more militaristic approach to
dealing with Pyongyang.

Senate appropriators seek to direct nearly $4 billion in additional
funding to key areas of weapon system innovation including hypersonics,
artificial intelligence, cyber, space, microelectronics and directed
energy.

Additionally, Song told South Korea's parliament he asked Washington to
regularly deploy "strategic assets" such as aircraft carriers and
nuclear-powered submarines to help punish the North.

Theareaofhypersonics,whichthePentagonhasidentifiedasoneofitstopresearchanddevelopmentpriorities,wouldreceiveanadditional$929million,accordingtoasummaryofthefiscalyear2019defenseappropriationsbillprovidedbytheSenateAppropriationsdefensesubcommittee.

"I told them it would good to deploy assets for extended deterrence
regularly in waters around the Korean peninsula," said Song, according
to NK News.

OnehypersonicsprototypeprogramforpromptglobalstrikemanagedbytheOfficeoftheSecretaryofDefensewouldreceiveaboostof$345million,whileanotherhypersonicsprogramforconventionalstrikeandair-launchedrapidresponseoverseenbytheAirForcewouldreceiveanadditional $300million.

On Sunday, US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis said the US could offer a
"massive" and "overwhelming" response to North Korea's provocations, but
didn't specify how.

ThebillwouldalsoincreasemilitaryspaceR&Dinvestmentsby$564million,including$100millionforadvancedsensorsforNext
GenerationOverheadPersistentInfrared,thesuccessortotheSpaceBasedInfraredSystemand$200millionfortheEvolvedExpendableLaunchVehicle.

The placement of a carrier strike group, attack submarines, and possibly
nuclear-capable bombers would not only signal US resolve and show
incredible force, but actually mirrors practical steps the US and South
Korea would make before conflict rather than pure signaling.

ThePentagon'sartificialintelligenceprogramwouldbeappropriatedanadditional$308million,including$150millionforthecontroversialprogramknownasProjectMavenand$83milliontoestablishaJointArtificialIntelligenceCenter.Google,thecontractorforProjectMaven,decidednottorenewitscontractwiththeDefenseDepartmentaftercompanyemployeesprotestedinvolvementwiththePentagon.

This escalation may therefore heighten the risk of miscalculation in the
world's most militarized area.

Incyber,thebillwouldprovideanadditional$356milliontoaccelerateresearchacrosstheDefenseDepartment,including$117millionforArmyeffortsand$116millionfortheMissileDefenseAgency.

However in April, during joint US-South Korean military exercises, the
US deployed two aircraft carriers and two submarines to the Korean
Peninsula that did not demonstrably deter North Korea from progressing
its missile program. Neither did the move signal any actual military
intent or action.

Thebillwouldalsoappropriateanadditional$447milliontoensureaccessto"trustedmicroelectronicsanddevelopmanufacturingprocessesfornext-generationchips,"accordingtothesummary.Themicroelectronicsplusupincludesanadditional$347milliontoacceleratethe"next-generationmicroelectronicdevelopmenteffortstoreestablishU.S.primacyinmicroelectronicstechnology,"aswellas$30millionforprogramsmanaged
by the Defense Advanced Research ProjectsAgency.

To be clear, all US submarines run on nuclear power, and the submarines
referenced by Song likely lack nuclear bombs, and instead rely on cruise
missiles like other US Navy ships. However, attack submarines could
serve to police or demolish North Korea's own submarine force.

Thebilldirectsanadditional$846million"toincreasetestingrangespaceandavailability,includinganadditional$200millionforArmytestrangesandfacilities;anadditional$206millionforNavytestandevaluationinfrastructure;anadditional$280millionforAirForcetestandevaluationsupport;andanadditional$160millionforOperationalTestandEvaluationinfrastructureincludingfundstosupportexpandedhypersonicanddirectedenergytesting,"thesummarystates.

USS Michigan submarine us navy SEALs

Totaldefensefundinginbilladherestoabipartisandealworkoutearlierthisyear,fundingtheDefenseDepartment'sbasebudgetat$607.1billionanditsOverseasContingencyOperationsaccountat$67.9billion.

SEALs and divers from SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team (SDVT) 1 swim back to
the guided-missile submarine USS Michigan (SSGN 727) during an exercise
for certification on SEAL delivery vehicle operations in the southern
Pacific Ocean.US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class
Kristopher Kirsop

SubcommitteeChairmanSen.RichardShelby(RAL)saidduringaJune26hearingheis"pleased"thatlawmakerscouldfindtheadditionalmoneyfordefenseinnovation.

Moon, a president who campaigned on reopening dialogue and engagement
with North Korea, has recently turned to more militaristic approaches as
North Korea's emerging thermonuclear ICBM capabilities test the US's
resolve to protect South Korea.

"Ourmilitarymustmaintainitstechnologicalsuperiority,"hesaid.

On Sunday, in the aftermath of the nuclear test, US President Donald
Trump seemed to confirm this shift.

Sen.DickDurbin(DIL),thesubcommittee'stopDemocrat,saidduringthesamehearinghesupportstheadditionalfundinginthebill,butstillworriesitcouldbesquanderedbythePentagon'sacquisitionsystem.

"South Korea is finding, as I have told them, that their talk of
appeasement with North Korea will not work, they only understand one
thing!" Trump tweeted.

"Wearewastingmoneyinourprocurementprocess,"hesaid."TimeandagainwearetoldbythosecomingbeforeusfromtheDepartmentofDefense,fromthecontractingcommunitythatwearejustwastingtoomuchmoney."

DurbinsaidhehasbeentoldbyDODofficialsinchargeofthePentagon'sinnovationagendathat"peopleareafraidtobethelastpersontosay'yes.'"

"We'vechallengedtheDepartmentofDefensetokeepussafeduringsomeperiodsofunderfundingandgrossuncertainty,andnowwe're

challengingtheDepartmentofDefensetospendtaxpayers'dollarswisely,"hesaid.

导弹防守局首席推行官协理川普指出的“天军”愿景

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The head of the Missile Defense Agency said last week the focus and
streamlined decision-making that would likely come with the creation of
a Space Force would assist his agency's mission.

Lt. Gen. Sam Greaves, head of MDA and former commander of the Air Force
Space and Missile Systems Center, said during a June 26 Air Force
Association breakfast one of the keys to speeding up acquisition cycles
is streamlining the approval process for programs. Consolidating space
organization and acquisition into one Defense Department organization, a
Space Force, could help, Greaves said.

"I believe that if this comes to fruition, that those are the benefits
of doing it," Greaves said. "When it's approved, because the president
has already said we're going to go do it, I will say the focus and speed
and intent of that Space Force will reflect positively with our
mission."

President Trump announced last month he was directing the Pentagon to
"immediately begin the process necessary to establish a Space Force as
the sixth branch of the armed forces." The establishment of a new
organization must be led by Congress, but strong support from the White
House could reduce barriers to an ongoing effort to reorganize the
military space mission.

The Pentagon has said it will begin working with the services to stand
up the new service.

"This will be a deliberative process with a great deal of input from
multiple stakeholders," spokeswoman Dana White said in a June 18
statement. In a recent letter to airmen, Air Force leadership said the
service does not expect any immediate changes in light of the
president's direction.

"We look forward to working with Department of Defense leaders,
Congress, and our national security partners to move forward on this
planning effort," the June 19 message states. "Our focus must remain on
the mission as we continue to accelerate the space warfighting
capabilities required to support the National Defense Strategy."

The House Armed Services Committee proposed the creation of a Space
Corps - a separate service that would be housed within the Air Force,
similar to the Marine Corps' relationship to the Navy - in its mark of
fiscal year 2018 defense policy legislation. However, the Senate was
hesitant to embrace it and the final version of the bill instead
required further study of the issue.

Pentagon officials, particularly Air Force leadership, have pushed back
against the proposal, saying it would add unnecessary layers of
bureaucracy and would segregate the space mission at a time when the
department is working to better integrate space as a core DOD mission.

Greaves said last week that the president's announcement indicates to
him the debate over a Space Force or Space Corps is over.

"We have to go through the process, as the secretary of defense has
said. The secretary of the Air Force, the chief of staff of the Air
Force, have to look at what's really required," he said. "But the
president has made the decision. It's not up for debate. At least, I
didn't take it as being up for debate anymore."

西班牙人民政坛承认往南班牙(Spain卡塔尔售卖“宙斯盾”系统

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The State Department has given the green light to a potential $860
million sale of Aegis combat systems to Spain.

The approved sale involves five Aegis combat systems and associated
equipment for installation on Spanish frigates, according to a June 26
Defense Security Cooperation Agency announcement.

Spain's navy already operates five Aegis-equipped frigates, DSCA states.

Adding Aegis to five new frigates in Spain's fleet "will afford more
flexibility and capability to counter regional threats and continue to
enhance stability in the region," according to DSCA.

"Spain has demonstrated the capability, flexibility, and responsibility
necessary to acquire this Aegis system into its fleet and will continue
to operate it as required to ensure interoperability as a highly valued
NATO partner," the agency continues.

Principal contractors on the proposed sale would include Lockheed
Martin, Raytheon and General Dynamics.

川普仍将朝鲜列为“核威吓“国家

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