President Reagan talked a lot about securing peace through being strong, and there’s no question that our military is strong. But that strength is not absolute.  It takes a lot of resources and constant innovation to keep up – especially when countries like China continue to grow their military presence around the world. So how do we keep up? This week, we dig into the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), and the priorities that Congress must sanction in order to keep our military strong and prepared. In addition, we look at some of the differences in President Biden’s defense priorities and the implications.

Show Notes:

56 Recommendations for Congress: Shaping the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act and Defense Appropriations to Enhance the National Defense

Hits & Misses in Biden’s Interim National Security Guidance

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