The Department of Defense has revised its 1996 directive on non-lethal weapons (NLW) to guide future development and procurement of this category of weaponry. “Unlike conventional lethal weapons that destroy their targets principally...Show More Summary
Program officials are in the process of reprogramming the $49.6 million requested in the proposed fiscal 2014 budget to buy 30,000 improved carbines. The Army is rethinking how to use more than $300 million it had budgeted for new carbines through 2018.
University of Georgia: A University of Georgia student used a rifle to chase away a burglar who kicked in his door while the student was napping Monday evening, according to a Athens-Clarke County police incident report. The 25-year-old student told police he heard the door bell ring once, then four to five more times at his [...]
First, Kurt Hofmann. Kurt gives a good summary history of the issue of gun control in Chicago / Illinois, and details how the communists there would rather prosecute an unlawful set of regulations and rules than follow the constitution. Their scorched earth policy may backfire, but they have some options, as if an injured criminal [...]
From Shingleton, Michigan: Police say an Iraq War veteran thwarted two would-be burglars at his northern Michigan gas station by kicking one of them and ordering them away with an AR-15 rifle. State police said Shawn Schank was inside the gas station about 4:10 a.m. Sunday in Shingleton, an Upper Peninsula community in Alger County, [...]
The process of declassifying national security records, which is hardly expeditious under the best of circumstances, will become slower as a result of the mandatory budget cuts known as sequestration. Due to sequestration, “NARA hasShow More Summary
As the suspected use of chemical weapons in Syria threatens to drag the U.S. into another conflict in the Middle East, the Army's chief of staff said the service isn't training troops for conflict with Syria.
With the budget released and the first of the Congressional hearings out of the way, several topics have emerged as those most critical to the Navy in 2013. These are the topics that I have been spending my nights reading and researching. Show More Summary
Local Connecticut News: NEW BRITAIN, CT (WFSB) – One Connecticut gun maker said it would move out of the state if lawmakers expanded the ban on assault weapons, but now that same company is taking a look at modifying the AR-15. Before some of the toughest gun laws in the country were passed, officials with [...]
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