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Tuesday morning feel good story

This morning’s first feel good story comes from Oklahoma and it’s thanks to a self-proclaimed nosy neighbor; “I was driving by at 7:30. Of all things, I seen a white pickup pulled up to the east door,” says Alvin. “Being nosy, I turned around and went back.” Alvin has lived out there for 47 years. […]

UK to Top Off Bomb Stocks After 300+ ISIS Sorties | Saudi-Financed French Arms Deliveries Hit Lebanon | Blue Force Tracker Gets First Export

Americas On Monday the Air Force handed a $138 million modification to United Launch Services for launch vehicle production services, in support of the launch vehicle configuration of one National Reconnaissance Office Atlas V 541. The modification also included the backlog transportation of GPS IFF-10 and -11 satellites, plus commodities for the MUOS-4 mission. The […]

WIN-T: US Army’s Connection to the Global InfoGrid

WIN-T concept(click to view larger) As the Army’s tactical portion of the USA’s Global Information Grid (GIG) network, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) is designed to help deployed forces tap into that global network and its databases, collectors, and connections to national agencies. Show More Summary

“Pressure Grows on Marines…”

5 days agoIndustries / Military : OPFOR

“Pressure Grows on Marines to Consider Lowering Combat Standards for Women.” We report, you decide. I predict General Dunford– who is no “Pontius Pilot“– will stand firm. We can’t afford not to. Question for the American People: Do you...Show More Summary

Time for a Standing Indo-Pacific Maritime Group (IPSMG)

STANAVFORLANT in 1982 U.S. Strategists, senior military officers and diplomats continue to struggle with China’s apparent “salami slicing” strategy in the East and South China Seas. The Chinese have utilized a unique combination of military...Show More Summary

JF-17 Fighters Escorting Chinese President’s Plane

Exclusive Video Of JF-17s Escorting Chinese President’s Plane

Tammy McPherson; phony 1SG/paratrooper

Last week we had some questions about some of the friends of another phony that we featured, Stacy Durrenberg on Facebook. it turns out that this Tammy MacPherson person had been busted before by the old POW Network. I guess the phonies figure that because POW Network’s archives has been shut down, they can go […]

Naval Air, Unmanned: The Long Deferred UCLASS Develops

UCAS-D/ N-UCAS concept(click to view full) The idea of UAVs with full stealth and combat capabilities has come a long way, quickly. Air forces around the world are pursuing R&D programs, but in the USA, progress is being led by the US Navy. Their interest is well-founded. A May 2007 non-partisan report discussed the lengthening […]

Timely Defenders: Keeping Patriots in Shape

DID's FOCUS Article covering the Patriot anti-air missile system, including all development & contracts during the FY 2007 time frame...

Good guy with a gun in Chicago

This last weekend, 22-year-old Everardo Custodio opened fire on a crowd of people in Logan Square, Chicago, according to the Chicago Tribune; A group of people had been walking in front of the [Uber] driver around 11:50 p.m. in the 2900 block of North Milwaukee Avenue when Everardo Custodio, 22, began firing into the crowd, […]

“Not symbolic” Ramadi

The other day, while speaking to Congress, Joints Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey told the legislators that the fall of the Iraqi city, Ramadi to ISIS fighters, is “not symbolic in any way”. I wonder if General Dempsey realizes that he sounds just like Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, or as he’s more popularly known […]

Six more arrested in ISIS recruiting investigation

ABC News reports that six more people were arrested in San Diego and Minneapolis yesterday in a federal investigation of an ISIS recruiting operation; The arrests come as the FBI has been trying to uncover ISIS sympathizers inside the U.S. homeland who might be looking to launch their own attacks. In addition, the FBI in […]

Marines, Navy Looking for Amphibious Alternatives

Faced with a limited number of amphibious ships and a growing emphasis on crisis-response missions in places like Africa and the Pacific, the Marines are looking toward the Navy's civilian-operated supply fleet to fill some of the g...

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