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On this week's Check Six podcast, Capital Alpha's Byron Callan and I talk with Aviation Week's managing editor, Jen Dimascio, about a range of the issues facing the defense-industrial base in the year ahead. 26 January 2022
Aviation Week publishes, "Passing Grade: The US Defense Industrial Base is More Fit than Frail", a commentary by Steve Grundman making the case for a glass-half-full assessment of the industry's propensity for success. 26 January 2022
Aviation Week publishes, "New Strategic Imperatives For The Defense Industry", a commentary by Steve Grundman that considers the defense industry's readiness to service the military's transition to a new way of war. 14 May 2021
Aviation Week publishes “Efficiencies Alone Cannot Solve U.S. Defense Budget Crunch”, a commentary by Steve Grundman which recommends an agenda to increase the productivity of defense spending. 23 October 2020
Aviation Week publishes “Helping Citizens Better Grasp The Warfighter Experience”, a commentary by Steve Grundman about the particularly weak foundation for how Americans relate to defense and foreign policies and what might be done about it. 29 November 2019