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Tom Spoehr

The Pentagon operations and maintenance budget

LTG Tom Spoehr (USA ret.), Director of the Center for National Defense at The Heritage Foundation, explains why Congress should give the Department of Defense the ability to roll over some of the money in its operations and maintenance budget

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The Army’s approach to cutting programs

Lt. Gen. Tom Spoehr (Ret.- USA), director of the Center for National Defense at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the 200 million in “night court” cuts that the Army wants to reinstate, and what it means for the organization.

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Review of confirmation hearings for two top military leadership roles

Lt. Gen. Tom Spoehr (Ret.- USA), director of the Center for National Defense at The Heritage Foundation, and Melanie Sisson, senior fellow & director of the Stimson Center Defense Strategy & Planning Program, discuss the hearings for new Army and Air Force secretaries, and interesting developments that resulted from congressional questioning.

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Concerns surrounding number of acting roles at the Pentagon

Melanie Sisson, senior fellow and director of the Stimson Center’s Defense Strategy & Planning Program, and Lt. Gen. Tom Spoehr (USA Ret.), director of the Center for National Defense at the Heritage Foundation, discuss what the number of acting roles at the Department of Defense means for the military on the world stage.

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