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Brace yourself The US NAVY & NASA have a fully operational ‘Space Fleet’ ~ Feb. 4, 2017

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Published on Feb 3, 2017

Event Is Coming Soon – Brace yourself The US NAVY & NASA have a fully operational ‘Space Fleet’

Numerous claims have been made in recent years that support the result of one of the biggest security breaches in the history of the US military. According to reports, the US Navy and NASA have a fully operational Space Fleet. Interestingly, these ‘accusations’ are backed up by highly ranking individuals such as Senator Daniel K. Inouye who said: “There exists a shadowy government with its own Air Force, its own Navy, its own fundraising mechanism, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of the national interest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself.”

They say that the truth is out there. But where is it? And how can we distinguish what’s important and what’s not when it comes to Alien life…

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Drone swarms being tested at WSMR

Drones at White Sands Missile Range

(Photo: Drew Hamilton/Missile Ranger)

WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE — In this season’s Network Integration Evaluation at White Sands Missile Range and Fort Bliss, coordinated units of remotely operated and automated aircraft will be used to represent a possible threat on tomorrow’s battlefields.

Members of the Army offices are using off-the-shelf quad and octocopters and flying them in groups, part of a program to study possible use, effectiveness and countermeasures for the deployment of large numbers of synchronized drone aircraft.

While different countries building, deploying, and selling large airplane-sized drones for military purposes, small-scale drones are still gaining a foothold. The small-scale drone is expected to become more viable as a possible weapon, and it is that preparation for the future that is driving the swarming project.

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50+ U.S. intelligence analysts accuse Pentagon of altering their reports to present distorted rosy view of war against ISIS

Consortium of Defense Analysts

Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, commander of Centcom

Shane Harris and Nancy Youssef report for The Daily Beast, Sept 9, 2015, that more than 50 intelligence analysts of the U.S. military’s Central Command (Centcom) formally complained that their reports on ISIS/Islamic State and al Qaeda’s branch in Syria were being altered by senior officials to present the terrorist groups as weaker than the analysts had portrayed.

The analysts are paid to give their honest assessment, based on facts, and not to be influenced by national-level policy. Assigned to work at Centcom and the U.S. military’s command for the Middle East and Central Asia, they are officially employed by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Ironically, the DIA was created to be immune from the pressures and biases of the officers leading the war, but the agency is supervised by officers at Centcom.

The analysts’ complaints prompted the Pentagon’s inspector general to open an investigation into the alleged manipulation…

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Support Your Local Police?

USA Partisan

?Law and order? conservatives: When they are right, they are so right; but when they are wrong, they are so wrong.
They are right when they decry the militarization of local police. They are right to point out that the DOD 1033 program has transferred over $5 billion worth of military equipment from the Defense Department to local police forces. They are right to oppose more federal laws and mandates relating to local police.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.lewrockwell.com

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RAF Drone Found On Scottish Beach

RAF Mirach 100/5 Training Target Drone

A Royal Air Force drone has been found in the surf of a Scottish beach.

Lying on the shoreline at Baleshare on North Uist the Mirach 100/5 target drone was found by a member of the public out for a walk.

They alerted the coastguard in Benbecula who in turn called in staff from the MoD rocket range at South Uist.

It’s not the first time such hardware has been found in the area, positioned as it is close to where the UK Armed Forces conduct much of their testing.

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The Battle of Agincourt & Why It Still Matters Today!

Interesting!

Stephen Liddell

Today marks the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, one of countless historical battles one has to remember if you are interested in English or British history.  This one though has gained something of a mythical status.   In its own way the Battle of Agincourt made England; as surely as Magna Carta, the Book of Common Prayer, football and cricket, drinking tea, standing in queues, pubs, talking about the weather, good manners and fair play.

Agincourt is just one momentous battle in the 100 years war and France was understandably very confident of victory seeing that their 20,000 soldiers was four times that of the English forces under the leadership of King Henry V

The small English army  were starving, wet and diseased and the French were so confident that victory would be theirs that they had already built and painted a special wagon which they planned to parade…

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