DoD 30-Year Aircraft Plan Reveals New Details
The most recent Department of Defense plan for its military aviation programs is unusually “full of details on specific programs, including cancellations, life extensions, and new starts. Some are explicit; others, between the lines,” writes Jeremiah Gertler of the Congressional Research Service.
He identified the some of the novelties in a new CRS publication. See Defense’s 30-Year Aircraft Plan Reveals New Details, CRS In Focus, October 9, 2018.
Other new products from the Congressional Research Service that are not publicly available on the CRS website include the following.
Proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) Trade Agreement, CRS In Focus, October 5, 2018:
Agricultural Provisions of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, CRS In Focus, October 5, 2018
Effects of U.S. Tariff Action on U.S. Aluminum Manufacturing, CRS In Focus, October 9, 2018
Venezuela: Political and Economic Crisis and U.S. Policy, CRS In Focus, updated October 9, 2018
Venezuela: Overview of U.S. Sanctions, CRS In Focus, updated October 4, 2018
Statutory Canon Aimed at International Organization Immunity, CRS Legal Sidebar, October 5, 2018
Do Courts Have Inherent Authority to Release Secret Grand Jury Materials?, CRS Legal Sidebar, October 5, 2018
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