America’s aging aviation force is putting America at risk. The youngest B-52 bomber rolled off the assembly line 50 years ago. Remarkably, it’s still flying.

The B-52 might be among the Air Force’s most recognizable planes. Its maiden flight was in April 1952 when President Dwight D. Eisenhower occupied the White House and the Cold War posed the greatest threat to America’s security. Today it is still flying out of Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota.

But it’s not the only aging aircraft and that’s a real problem.

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Cybersecurity: We Are Losing. 
The recently retired top cyber cop of the FBI, Shawn Henry, stated that “the status quo, it’s an unsustainable model. Unsustainable in that you never get ahead, never become secure, never have a reasonable expectation of privacy or security.” The sky is not falling, but if the US persists in dragging its feet, ground will continue to be lost.

Cybersecurity: We Are Losing.

The recently retired top cyber cop of the FBI, Shawn Henry, stated that “the status quo, it’s an unsustainable model. Unsustainable in that you never get ahead, never become secure, never have a reasonable expectation of privacy or security.” The sky is not falling, but if the US persists in dragging its feet, ground will continue to be lost.