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The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said he wouldn’t be surprised if the Russians or the Chinese already obtained information from Edward Snowden on classified surveillance programs.
Several members of Congress sent a letter to National Security Advisor Susan Rice asking for a formal review of the administration’s Asia-Pacific rebalance strategy.
The Senate Armed Services Committee asked for an independent assessment of the Army’s version of the program and voted to temporarily withhold a portion of funding the service requested for the effort.
James Comey, the White House’s nominee for director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, also described the interrogation tactic as “wrong” and “awful.”
Comey is expected to be asked about the controversial National Security Agency surveillance programs disclosed by former Pentagon contractor Edward Snowden.
The service joined with Georgia Tech to study how unmanned systems can fly together in groups without human involvement, a concept known as “swarming.”
The three-day demonstration comes just weeks after Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno and Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., sparred during a congressional hearing over the effectiveness of the system.
Pentagon spending on cyber operations would jump 21 percent to $4.7 billion in 2014.
The Defense Department’s plan to beef up its spy operation has hit a roadblock on Capitol Hill.
Petraeus’s testimony on Capitol Hill about the Sept. 11 terrorist attack in Benghazi will challenge skeptical lawmakers and the speculation the Obama administration forced him to retire.
Service and industry officials must do whatever it takes to deliver the Air Force’s priority programs, CSAF says.