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Vernuccio’s View: National Security Should Not Be A Bargaining Chip

Vernuccio’s View: National Security Should Not Be A Bargaining Chip

The funding reduction of America’s military during the prior Administration could not have come at a worse time.

by · April 22, 2018 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Vernuccio’s View: Should National Security be a Bargaining Chip?

Vernuccio’s View: Should National Security be a Bargaining Chip?

US national security and the provision of an adequate defense budget for America’s diminished armed forces (since 1991, the naval forces dropped from 546 ships to 285; the Army fell from 76 brigades to 45; and the Air Force lost […]

by · February 14, 2018 · Military, Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Sunday Opinion: Clinton vs. Trump on Foreign Affairs

Sunday Opinion: Clinton vs. Trump on Foreign Affairs

The United States currently faces more danger than at any time since the conclusion of the Second World War.   However, in the candidates’ debates, and in media coverage overall, questions and reviews about the international perspectives of the two […]

by · October 16, 2016 · Op Ed, Vernuccio's View
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Vernuccio’s View: Collapse of the Obama Doctrine

The Obama doctrine can be described as a unilateral drawdown of U.S. military capabilities around the world.

by · August 31, 2016 · Military, Vernuccio's View

Vernuccio’s View: U.S. Military Technology Edge Fading

U.S. Military Technology Edge Fading Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., JD The world has noticed that America’s stripped defense budgets have allowed potentially hostile nations to gain the lead in cutting-edge weaponry that could decide the fate of a future conflict. […]

by · August 25, 2016 · Military, Vernuccio's View
Vernuccio’s View: US Air Force in Crisis

Vernuccio’s View: US Air Force in Crisis

U.S. AIR FORCE IN CRISIS Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D.   It’s the crisis that almost everyone prefers not to discuss: the rapid deterioration of the U.S. armed forces, at the same time that adversaries Russia, China, Iran, and North […]

by · March 16, 2016 · Government