Drop it like its hot: Pentagon dropping bombs faster than bomb makers can keep up with production!
Apr12

Drop it like its hot: Pentagon dropping bombs faster than bomb makers can keep up with production!

As the United States entered into its 15th year of war, the Pentagon is finding it increasingly difficult to keep war stocks at acceptable levels – especially the smart bombs and missiles being used in the ongoing air campaign against the Islamic State. In addition, as reported by Defense One, defense contractor Lockheed Martin is expanding its munitions factories to meet the rising demand from the U.S. and its allies fighting ISIS,...

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India’s army made candidates at a recruitment day in Bihar take a written exam in their underwear to prevent them from cheating
Mar01

India’s army made candidates at a recruitment day in Bihar take a written exam in their underwear to prevent them from cheating

  , reports said Tuesday, after a spate of exam cheating scandals in the eastern state. Images in the Indian Express showed dozens of men sitting cross-legged in a field clad only in underpants, with many resting their test papers on their thighs, while a uniformed supervisor stood guard. The paper quoted an army source as saying they took the radical step to “save time on frisking so many people” after more than...

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North Korean flying over poop and trashed filled balloons over South Korean borders!
Feb03

North Korean flying over poop and trashed filled balloons over South Korean borders!

North Korea has been floating balloons over the border with a cargo of propaganda leaflets denouncing the United States as well as South Korean leader Park Geun-hye, calling her “political filth.” Recently, the leaflets have been accompanied by genuine filth: cigarette butts and used toilet paper. According to military and police sources Monday, Pyongyang began sending the balloons carrying leaflets starting from Jan. 12 to retaliate...

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32 people were killed and 80 wounded after Boko Haram bombed the city of Yola in Nigeria!
Nov18

32 people were killed and 80 wounded after Boko Haram bombed the city of Yola in Nigeria!

At least 32 people were killed and 80 wounded after an explosive device went off at a market in the northeastern Nigerian city of Yola, humanitarian agencies say. “Thirty-two people were killed and 80 have been injured,” Reuters quoted a Red Cross official as saying., Another official from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Alhaji Sa’ad Bello, later confirmed the same numbers of casualties. READ MORE: Boko Haram...

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Russian’s secret nuclear submarine drone accidentally leaked on National TV, prompting Western governments to rethink modern warfare!
Nov14

Russian’s secret nuclear submarine drone accidentally leaked on National TV, prompting Western governments to rethink modern warfare!

Secret plans for a Russian long-range nuclear torpedo came to light after a state television cameraman filmed over a senior officer’s shoulder with a diagram on show. “It’s true some secret data got into the shot, therefore it was subsequently deleted… In future we will undoubtedly take preventive measures so this does not happen again.” Dmitry Peskov The scheme involves the use of massive doses of radiation to render...

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France government honor the unsung heroes from US and Britain in saving lives and stopping a terrorist attacker on high-speed train!
Aug24

France government honor the unsung heroes from US and Britain in saving lives and stopping a terrorist attacker on high-speed train!

  President François Hollande of France on Monday awarded the Legion of Honor, France’s highest award, to three Americans and a Briton for their role in stopping a gunman on a high-speed train traveling to Paris from Amsterdam on Friday. The three Americans — Airman First Class Spencer Stone, 23; Alek Skarlatos, 22, a specialist in the Oregon National Guard; and their friend Anthony Sadler, 23 — received the honor in the gilded...

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Thailand Police issued an arrest warrant and a sketch of the suspect involved in the deadly Bangkok bombing!
Aug19

Thailand Police issued an arrest warrant and a sketch of the suspect involved in the deadly Bangkok bombing!

Police in Thailand issued an arrest warrant on Wednesday for an “unidentified foreign man” shown in a security video leaving behind a backpack just minutes before a deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine, but acknowledged they’re not sure he’s from another country. Police also released a sketch of the suspect and offered a 1 million baht ($28,000) reward for help leading to the arrest of the man they believe...

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Thailand under attack: Bomb Exploded in Bangkok, at least 30 people dead, 80 seriously injured!
Aug17

Thailand under attack: Bomb Exploded in Bangkok, at least 30 people dead, 80 seriously injured!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8GhhamS5yw A bomb has exploded close to a shrine in the centre of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, killing at least 16 people and injuring more than 80. Reports say a second bomb has been found in the area and made safe. No-one has yet said they carried out the attack, which took place close to the Erawan shrine in Bangkok’s central Chidlom district. The shrine is a major tourist attraction....

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United Kingdom may ban encrypted messaging app like Whatsapp to combat terrorism!
Jul14

United Kingdom may ban encrypted messaging app like Whatsapp to combat terrorism!

  British Prime Minister David Cameron hopes to have access to all means of electronic communication by anyone in the country and ban the use of encrypted apps such as Facebook Messenger, Snapchat and iMessage unless they agree to provide backdoors. It’s called the Investigatory Powers Bill (and more accurately nicknamed the “Snooper’s Charter”). According to records the bill also requires ISPs to keep records online browsing,...

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Don’t ask, don’t care: Pentagon ending discrimination against transgender
Jul14

Don’t ask, don’t care: Pentagon ending discrimination against transgender

  Leaders at the Pentagon are finalizing plans toward lifting the military’s ban on transgender service members, according to the Associated Press. U.S. officials say that Defense Secretary Ash Carter asked his personal undersecretary, Ben Carson, to develop a working group of senior military and civilian leaders who will look at the practical effects of allowing transgender military service. An announcement, which is...

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Gunmen – Seifeddine Rezgui – who killed 38 tourists at a Tunisian Beach emerges!
Jun28

Gunmen – Seifeddine Rezgui – who killed 38 tourists at a Tunisian Beach emerges!

Chilling pictures have emerged of the Tunisia gunman on the beach where he killed at least 38 tourists. The images show Seifeddine Rezgui strolling down the shore with his weapon as people watch in horror from behind. The pictures have emerged as witnesses described how he was “very, very calm” when he opened fire on holidaymakers after emerging from the sea. Tourists also told how Tunisian builders threw bags of cement...

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US State Department believes North Korea has secret Nuclear Facilities!
Jun08

US State Department believes North Korea has secret Nuclear Facilities!

North Korea is believed to have secret nuclear facilities unknown to the outside world in addition to those at the country’s main Yongbyon nuclear complex, the State Department said in a report. The department’s 2015 Report on Adherence to and Compliance With Arms Control, Nonproliferation, and Disarmament Agreements and Commitments also said that Pyongyang appears to have no intention to comply with its denuclearization commitments....

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China and Singapore held a four day naval military exercise, strengthening ties!
May26

China and Singapore held a four day naval military exercise, strengthening ties!

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and China’s People’s Liberation Army (Navy) on Monday (May 25) concluded a new joint naval exercise, hailed as a “milestone in the bilateral defence relationship”, by Singapore’s Ministry of Defence (MINDEF). The inaugural four-day Exercise Maritime Cooperation series involved RSN’s RSS Intrepid frigate and RSS Valiant missile corvette, as well as China’s Yulin frigate. The exercise...

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