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NIGERIA: Bandits Replacing Islamic Terrorists

July 31, 2016 by · Comment
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MURPHY’S LAW: A Renewable Resource

July 31, 2016 by · Comment
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PEACEKEEPING: Every Missing Bullet Counts

July 31, 2016 by · Comment
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PHOTO: Marines Invade Ukraine

July 31, 2016 by · Comment
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IRAQ: ISIL Should Know Better

July 30, 2016 by · Comment
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NAVAL AIR: India Buys American Again

July 30, 2016 by · Comment
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ARMOR: Another Innovation Bubbles To The Surface

July 30, 2016 by · Comment
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PHOTO: U.S. Navy Assists Mediterranean Migrants

July 30, 2016 by · Comment
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It’s Time For Us to Admit We’re Afraid of Terrorism

The far right isn't afraid to admit to fear in the wake of brutal attacks like the one in Nice. More mainstream politicians would be wise to follow suit.

BOOK REVIEW: Stand to It and Give Them Hell: Gettysburg as the Soldiers Experienced it From Cemetery Ridge to Little Round Top, July 2, 1863

July 30, 2016 by · Comment
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CONGO: Well-Armed And Fit To Fight

July 29, 2016 by · Comment
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SPACE: Taiwan And Japan In The Same Orbit

July 29, 2016 by · Comment
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AIR DEFENSE: South Korea Goes For Frugal But Effective

July 29, 2016 by · Comment
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PHOTO: Climbing To Battle

July 29, 2016 by · Comment
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Pentagon Watchdog Takes the Reins of Sexual Assault Whistleblower Investigations

Victimized Army National Guard Officer shares traumatic story with multi-agency staff.

Until We Reduce Cybercrime, Expect More Russian Meddling

A strong U.S. response to the DNC theft might discourage state-sponsored attacks, analysts and industry leaders say, but it won’t stop them.

More Charges for Chelsea Manning

The U.S. Army whistleblower could face solitary confinement for charges related to her July 5 suicide attempt.

KOREA: The Importance Of Lies Mutually Agreed Upon

July 28, 2016 by · Comment
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LOGISTICS: Rebuilding The Threat To Russia

July 28, 2016 by · Comment
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NBC WEAPONS: Maintaining MAD

July 28, 2016 by · Comment
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TALK: Turkey Accelerates Towards Becoming An Islamic State

July 28, 2016 by · Comment
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PHOTO: BUFF Line

July 28, 2016 by · Comment
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Air Force Launches Competition For Future ICBM – August 2016

We look at the Air Force's plans to replace the aging Minuteman III nuclear missile, a program developing stealthy, hybrid electric motorcycles that could help soldiers and special forces conduct quieter missions, and how the military is working to make laser technology a reality.

Expanding Strategic Defense in Space – China’s Missile Interceptors and Satellite Killers

China conducted the first exo-atmospheric missile intercept test in 2010. This image was taken from a video aired on Chinese TV this week. It was taken during a follow-on test in 2013.China's Defense Ministry confirmed today that it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures appeared on state television, depicting a successful missile intercept test conducted in 2010. Earlier this week Beijing released another video depicting an anti-satellite test conducted last year. The Aolong-1 (Roaming Dragon) spacecraft sent into orbit last month will be cleaning up space junk, other analysts suspect it could serve a military purpose.
              

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