Military

A Male Microsoft Programmer Who Came From The Military, Not A University, Describes How His Career...

The tech industry's dismal hiring record of women and minorities, particularly for their super important engineering roles, is well known. But one ex-military man who learned to program as a second career discovered himself running afoul of the...
Related topics: Microsoft (MSFT)

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Us Condemns Myanmar Ruling Keeping 2 Journalists Imprisoned

The U.S. on Wednesday condemned the Myanmar Supreme Court decision upholding the convictions of two Reuters journalists for violating the country's Official Secrets Act by uncovering the Myanmar military's massacre of Rohingya Muslims. The U.S....
Related topics: Myanmar, Reuters

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Mexican President Says New Airport Construction To Start Next Week

Construction at a military base that is slated to host the Mexican capital's new commercial airport will begin next week, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said at the site of the project on Wednesday. "We will being construction of Mexico...
Related topics: Airports

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Enigmatic Rainbow-coloured 'face-shaped' Cloud Spotted In American Sky (video)

The bizarre cloud was reportedly seen in several different counties, while people discussing it online offered various theories regarding its origins, including a military project straight out of a conspiracy theory and chemtrail residue.
Related topics: Science Videos, Conspiracy Theories

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Trump’s Military Ban On Transgender Troops Is Back In Effect — But The Fight Isn’t Over

Capt. Jenn Peace tells MTV News, 'This is going to be the generation that looks back on LGBTQ+ and specifically transgender rights and will have to account for what they’ve done.'

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Sink The Carriers: How Iran Could Go To War Against The U.s. Navy

Sebastien Roblin Security, All about the missiles.  Given the volume of valuable commercial shipping in the Persian Gulf, Tehran is investing in improving its ASBMs—and publicizing that effort to the world—as a means to build conventional...
Related topics: Iran, Tehran

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Sudanese Military Invites Protesters To Talks Amid Tensions

Sudan's ruling military council has proposed a meeting with the organizers of the protests that toppled President Omar al-Bashir after they suspended talks with the generals over the weekend. The council says it is willing to discuss proposals...
Related topics: Protests, Sudan

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Trump: We’re Sending “armed Soldiers” To Mexico Border After Military Confrontation

The declared emergency on the southern border might get a little more emergent in coming days. Donald Trump ripped Mexico over a bizarre confrontation earlier this month in which their military drew weapons on two American soldiers on the US side of...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Mexico

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Huawei Allowed To Supply ‘non-core’ Parts To Uk's 5g Network – Report

The development comes after senior US cybersecurity official Robert Strayer reportedly warned the UK earlier in April that it “will harm” economic and military collaboration between London and Washington if it uses the Chinese tech giant Huawei...
Related topics: Huawei, Computer Security

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Iran Celebrates National Army Day With High Tech Ground Drones

Iran's Army, Navy, Air Force, and Khatam al-Anbiya Air Defense Base took part in a nationwide military parade last week. In Tehran, President Hassan Rouhani and Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) officers, attended the parade near the mausoleum...
Related topics: Iran, Drones, Tehran

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Russian Spy Plane Set To Fly Over America This Week 

Earlier this month, it was an incredible sight to see: a Russian Tu-154M-ON (NATO reporting name: "Careless") reconnaissance plane conducting a surveillance mission over US sensitive military sites -- places where even US commercial jets are...
Related topics: Nato

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Egypt Approves Constitutional Changes That Could Keep Sissi In Office Until 2030

The amendments, which were approved by nearly 90% of voters, further entrench the power of the military and extend the power of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. (Image credit: Khaled Desouki /AFP/Getty Images)
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The U.s. Is Blocking Investigations Into War Crimes In Afghanistan

This article was produced by Globetrotter, a project of the Independent Media Institute. On April 12, 2019, the International Criminal Court said that it would not pursue a war crimes investigation against the U.S. military for its actions in...
Related topics: Afghanistan, International Criminal Court

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The Joint Chiefs Of Staff Reinstitute, The Strategic Private

Yesterday (April 23), my good friend and fellow Military Vet, Streiff, published a great synopsis and analysis of the recent incident on our Southern Border. Mexican Soldiers crossed into the United States and disarmed two U.S Army Soldiers, a...

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The Pentagon Is Preparing To Spend $8 Billion On Trump’s Wall

Donald Trump’s February 15 emergency declaration to siphon about $6.5 billion from military, drug enforcement, and other budgets so he can build his long-promised wall along the Mexican border is still stuck in the courts. But that isn’t...
Related topics: Pentagon, Donald Trump

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Isis Claims Responsibility For Sri Lanka Attacks

Sri Lanka is again under curfew tonight and new emergency powers have begun for the military, amid warnings of more explosives and militants in or around Colombo. This as the extremist Islamic State group claimed it carried out the Easter bomb...
Related topics: Isis, Sri Lanka

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Relationship Between U.s. And Iran Continues To Deteriorate

Iranian media say the parliament has approved a bill that labels all U.S. military forces as terrorist.
Related topics: Iran, Terrorism

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Do You Prefer Your American Empire Coarse Or Polite?

This piece originally appeared on anti-war.com. It amounts to a matter of taste; how you prefer the emperor to behave. Such is political life in the late-stage American Empire. Both major parties offer nothing but the same – hyper-military...

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China Presents Its Top-notch Nuclear Sub, Destroyer In Navy Day Parade

The first Type 055 guided missile destroyer, Nanchang, was also presented to the public at the parade for the first time by Chinese military.
Related topics: China

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What’s Next For Sudan’s Revolution

On April 11, 16 weeks of non-violent popular protests in the streets of Khartoum and other major Sudanese cities culminated in a military takeover. The demonstrators had called for an end to economic austerity and the 30-year rule of President Omar...
Related topics: Sudan, Protests

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