Todd Harrison, director of the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS, discusses Congress’s reaction to the Space Force, and how the House and Senate differ in their approaches to the concept.
Leo Shane III, deputy editor of Military Times, and Joe Gould, staff reporter at Defense News, discuss how the results of the recent election could change the makeup of the House and Senate defense committees, and the new faces that will be seen in the congressional meeting rooms.
Roger Zakheim, director of the Ronald Reagan Institute and former general counsel of the House Armed Services Committee, discusses the possibility of the Pentagon being completely funded by the budget deadline, and what the passing of Sen. McCain means for the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Personnel Subcommittee, discusses how his committee is overseeing the Department of Defense’s request for more troops, and the impact of “deploy or get out” on service members.
Roger Zakheim, of counsel at Covington and Burling, discusses how this election could impact the make-up of the Senate and House Armed Services Committees.