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Top Defense, Aerospace and National Security Blogs
Defense Media Network, your Source for Defense and Military News and History.
How can a nondescript insurance guy from Maryland be the subject of a Fbf? It has been years since I read Tom Clancy - but that is just because my taste in reading has changed and my reading time is too short.
Let us Dare to Read, Think, Speak, Write - and BLOG
Some pictures are worth a thousand words. This particular picture is worth more than a few thousand. But you have to combine the picture above with this picture to understand what it means.
Welcome. Small Wars Journal publishes contributed work from across the spectrum of stakeholders in small wars. We look for articles from serious, authentic voices that add richness, breadth and depth to the dialog that too often occurs in cloistered venues.
Recently-posted images which show salvage activities performed after a landing mishap involving a US Air Force C-130J tactical transport in Afghanistan sent me searching YouTube for footage of a slightly different approach once taken by the UK military with one of its combat-damaged examples.
David Cenciotti's weblog
Someone better deconflict DC with a quickness.
Nizar Trabelsi, a Tunisian who once played professional soccer, was extradited to the US to face charges for plotting with al Qaeda to blow up a NATO base in Belgium. He already served 10 years in a Belgian prison, and was indicted by the US in 2006.
Geopolitical intelligence, economic, political, and military strategic forecasting
Special focus on the british armed forces.
Atlantic Media presents Defense One, a site dedicated to providing news, analysis, and bold ideas to national security leaders, influential professionals, stakeholders and citizens navigating the unprecedented transformation of U.S. defense strategy and operations.
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If we are not willing to risk manned assets, even the F-22 and B-2 which are supposedly "survivable," especially with jamming support, intense ELINT surveillance, and even strikes on fixed radar and select SAM sites, for a strike on Syria, a country with a 2nd rate integrated air defense system that has been degraded through two years of brutal civil war, instead opting to lob standoff weapons only with price tags ranging from $500k-$2M, do you really expect an administration to use F-35′s over China or another peer state with a first-rate IADS???
DoD Buzz is THE online defense and acquisition journal for Washington Beltway and Pentagon insiders.
Recently the Canadian Government was reshuffled, with a variety of posts changing hands as the Prime Minister conducted a mid-term reshuffle ahead of an election. One of the posts changing over was Defence, with Rob Nicholson coming into the Department of National Defence (DND) for the first time.
The U.S. military next year will begin flying Global Hawk surveillance drones from Japan on missions to monitor North Korea, U.S. and Japanese officials announced this week. The Air Force plans to base two or three of the high-altitude unmanned aerial vehicles made by Falls Church, Va.-based Northrop Grumman Corp.
In tragic news, the Indian MoD's pointsman on several sensitive and crucial cases and files, Arun Kumar Bal, died early this morning after a massive heart-attack near his Delhi home. As Joint Secretary (Acquisitions), he was best known as the top man dealing with the AgustaWestland AW101 VVIP chopper scam case, and also attended hearings in Italy earlier this year.
Notes from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and other areas of conflict in the post-9/11 era.
Caroline and Charles Todd decided to collaborate because they had a common interest: English movies, literature, and the First World War era. The Crawford series takes place during WWI while the Rutledge series starts in 1919, at the immediate aftermath. Although their novels fascinatingly explore the cat and mouse chase between detective and criminal, each series has a different perspective.
We are the IQ of global defence.
It is the goal of the Lexington Institute to inform, educate, and shape the public debate of national priorities in those areas that are of surpassing importance to the future success of democracy, such as national security, education reform, tax reform, immigration and federal policy concerning science and technology.
Alexander Clarke's Blog: a view of strategy, procurement, warships, navies, and world politics.