A satisfied reader writes an excellent Letter to the Editor of the Dallas Morning News extolling the virtues of Brandon J. Weichert’s recent “America’s ‘Maginot Line’ in Space” op-ed that appeared in that great publication recently.
Brandon J. Weichert outlines how the life of Angelo Codevilla was spent trying to prepare the United States for the next attack from serious enemies. No one is paying attention today and we are all about to pay dearly for it.
Geopolitical analyst and author, Brandon J. Weichert, joins his colleague, Dr. Jacek Bartosiak on Bartosiak’s wonderful podcast, Strategy & Future … More
Brandon J. Weichert joined Mike Slater of The First to discuss in detail the dangers that face the United States the longer that China’s successful hypersonic weapons test goes unanswered.
Brandon J. Weichert joined Dana Loesch of The First to discuss the Hypersonic Weapons race between the US and China, how the Biden Administration is leading us to defeat in that race, and what to do about it. Check it out!
In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent Asia Times op-ed, he argues that China has outfoxed the US in hypersonic technologies while Washington continues spinning its wheels on multilateral alliances. China, in the long-run, has the advantage.
Brandon J. Weichert was interviewed by Newsmax to discuss who might be behind all of the UAP encounters the US military has been experiencing for the last few years…The Truth Is Out There (but it’s likely not aliens)…
Vladimir Putin gave a recent statement that was full of doublespeak. I break this statement down.
“Once the President returns home from his trip, the American naval forces will return to their normal operations, and the North Koreans will lie low for the next handful of months until they are confident in their ability to threaten the United States with nuclear weapons. Once that happens, all bets will be off. If I were making predictions, I’d say to be focused more on Iran in the medium-term and less on North Korea at this point.”
Stealth technology was revolutionary when it was first unveiled in action during Desert Storm. However, in recent years, U.S. adversaries have become increasingly adept at countering stealth technology. With talk of a Sixth-Generation fighter jet under development, I believe that the U.S. must abandon its obsession with stealth and focus instead on overcoming the defenses of our adversaries with speed, altitude, and precise firepower.