GlobalSecurity.org In the News
June 2010 News
- B-2 stealth bombers get meticulous makeovers By W.J. Hennigan Los Angeles Times 10 June 2010 -- It's expensive to maintain because it is a technological marvel, said John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org, a website for military policy research.
- Nations Prove More Willing to Combat Piracy than Prosecuting Pirate Suspects By Mariama Diallo Voice of America 08 June 2010 -- The so-called catch and release policy is not a viable long-term solution says John Pike, director of the military information website Globalsecurity.org.
- Defense contractors lose employees By Joseph Morton The Omaha World Herald 8 June 2010 -- John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org and a leading defense analyst, said that under President George W. Bush, the military sought to get as many service members on the front lines in Iraq and Afghanistan as possible.
- AP Enterprise: Sub attack was near US-SKorea drill By Pauline Jelinek The Associated Press 5 June 2010 -- "There's a lot of equipment that works pretty well against big submarines out in the deep ocean, but doesn't work so well against small submarines in shallow water," said John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.com, a military think tank.
- Newest manned spy plane scores points in war effort By Tom Vanden Brook USA Today 2 June 2010 -- Using manned planes along with drones has allowed the Air Force to put more spy planes in the air faster than if it relied solely on drones such as the Predator and Reaper, said John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org.
- Glitch shows how much US military relies on GPS By Dan Elliot The Associated Press 1 June 2010 -- "Everything that moves uses it," said John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org, which tracks military and homeland security news.