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DoD Data Loss Delays Sept. 11 Hearings

Amazingly enough the Federal government can probably document what color my underwear I wore yesterday, what I ate for lunch, and every phone conversation I had but now that the trial concerning alleged Al Qaeda terrorists is about to begin there is a sudden and mysterious computer crash with no back up of confidential information


Classified DIA Report: North Korean Threat Credible

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North Korea likely has nuclear weapons that can be delivered by ballistic weapons, according to a classified report by the Defense Intelligence Agency. The assessment comes amid escalating rhetoric by Kim Jong-un threatening nuclear strikes on the United States. It’s the clearest statement yet that the boy leader poses a legitimate and imminent nuclear


Officials Trying to Shift Drone Command From CIA to Military

NEW YORK: The White House is working to shift control of the US Central Intelligence Agency’s lethal drone program to the military amid mounting criticism of the use of armed aerial vehicles for targeted killing of terrorism suspects, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

A fully armed MQ-9 Reaper taxis down a


Pentagon Giving Billions in “Extra” Hardware to Police Departments

Billions of your tax dollars have been spent on excess stuff the U.S. military has to give away.

Weapons of war are ending up in Chicago and the suburbs, far away from any battlefield.

Since June 2012 Illinois officials have tried to block release of information we’ve requested concerning high powered automatic weapons, armored


Pentagon Approves Cyber Command Expansion

The Pentagon has approved a major expansion of its cybersecurity force over the next several years, increasing its size more than fivefold to bolster the nation’s ability to defend critical computer systems and conduct offensive computer operations against foreign adversaries, according to U.S. officials.


The move, requested by the head of the Defense


DARPA Seeks to Scatter “Sleeping” Weapons Under the Ocean

The U.S. Navy is attempting to develop a stealth underwater system capable of providing worldwide “operational support and situational awareness,” according to a Jan. 11 release from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

The announcement, called “Falling Up”, cites cost and


DoD Planning Strike Against Syrian Chemical Weapons


Senior U.S. defense officials are drafting plans for a potential preemptive strike against government forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad, prompted by concerns over the country’s chemical weapon stockpiles.

Display of warhead containing chemical bomblets

While information on the specific status of those weapons remains extremely fluid, recent U.S. intelligence showed Assad’s


Defense Intelligence Agency Turbo-Charging Clandestine Operations

The Pentagon will send hundreds of additional spies overseas as part of an ambitious plan to assemble an espionage network that rivals the CIA in size, U.S. officials said.

The project is aimed at transforming the Defense Intelligence Agency, which has been dominated for the past decade by the demands of two wars, into


Author Given Green Light to Sue Pentagon for Censorship

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A former intelligence officer with the Department of Defense has been given the go-ahead by a federal judge to sue the Pentagon and the CIA for censoring his best-selling account of the war in Afghanistan.

Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer

Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer can follow through with his plans to take his former employers


DHS Scanning Social Media for Bio-Terrorism

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The US department of Homeland Security has commissioned a one-year contract to investigate the efficacy of using social networks to identify instances of bioterrorism, pandemics and other health and security risks.

It is paying Accenture Federal Services $3 million (£1.8 million) to scan the networks’ for key words in real time


U.S. Government Hard Wired for War

When Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip fatally shot the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, archduke Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, the assassination is seen as the event that ushered in the First World War. Within a month, the Great Powers of Europe would become embroiled in a four-year


DoD Seeking Bravery Award for Drone Pilots

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Although Drone Pilots most often stay clean, distant and disconnected from the physical location of the action, the DoD still seeks to offer awards for bravery.

However, if you consider the act of taking a life on a regular basis using a drone, then maybe a more useful item would be


U.S. Government Study: Humans National Security Threat

A new study published in Nature Climate Change, asserts that the warming of the world’s oceans have everything to do with the effects of man. This scientific research has climate change alarmists excited over a new way to direct man-made climate change into the social meme.

According to the study, “We


Hypersonic Test Results Released by Pentagon

The results are in from last summer’s attempt to test new technology that would provide the Pentagon with a lightning-fast vehicle, capable of delivering a military strike anywhere in the world in less than an hour.


In August the Pentagon’s research arm, known as the More…

Pentagon Spending Still Rocketing Along

Major defense contractors have picked up $486 million worth of new contracts in the past month for work to be done in the Phoenix and Tucson areas.

• General Dynamics C4 Systems received a $47 million, five-year contract to maintain and upgrade a network of intelligence and reconnaissance stations for the U.S. Army.


NYPD: Concealed Weapon Detector

The NYPD is developing a new device that can detect whether a perp is carrying heat without frisking him, Commissioner Ray Kelly announced today.

The large mechanism uses infrared rays to scan a “form of radiation emitted from the body” of someone who is concealing a gun on the streets of the Big Apple, Kelly


F-35: Defense Spending of Biblical Proportions

The U.S. will ultimately spend $1 trillion for these fighter planes. Where’s the outrage over Washington’s culture of waste?

The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is an impressive aircraft: a fifth generation multirole fighter plane with stealth technology. It’s also a symbol of everything that’s wrong with defense spending in America.



DoD Budget, the Sacred Cow

In defense circles, “cutting” the Pentagon budget has once again become a topic of conversation. Americans should not confuse that talk with reality. Any cuts exacted will at most reduce the rate of growth. The essential facts remain: U.S. military outlays today equal that of every other nation on the planet combined, a


DoD Considers DNA Sequencing for Military Personnel

Source: Cryptogon

Don’t laugh. Anne Wojcicki, co-founder of 23andMe, was one of the briefers on this. As you may or may not know, Wojcicki is married to Google’s Sergey Brin.

I don’t know what’s more terrifying to consider: What the military is going to do with this, or what Google is


DoD Conducting Economic War Games

Source: SHTF Plan – CNBC


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