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Pentagon Chief Confirms Death Of Al-qaeda’s Hamza Bin Laden

US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has confirmed the death of Hamza Bin Laden, the son and designated heir of Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden. “That’s my understanding,” Esper said in an interview late Wednesday with Fox News,...
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How Amazon And Silicon Valley Seduced The Pentagon

by James Bandler, Anjali Tsui and Doris Burke On Aug. 8, 2017, Roma Laster, a Pentagon employee responsible for policing conflicts of interest, emailed an urgent warning to the chief of...
Related topics: Amazon, Silicon Valley

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Why U.s. Marines Rifles Are About To Get Even Deadlier

Jared Keller Technology, Americas Simple reason. The Corps has been on the lookout for a RACU system for years. The Marine Corps has picked up a grab bag of battlefield gadgets in recent years as part of the Pentagon's never-ending quest for...

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Pentagon Axes Troubled $1 Billion Contract For ‘redesigned Kill Vehicle’ Missile Defense System

The Pentagon announced Wednesday that it is terminating a troubled billion-dollar program to develop a ballistic missile interceptor, citing design problems. The Defense Department said it would seek bids for a new version of the weapons system...

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Pentagon Confirms Us Military Drone Shot Down In Yemen

Earlier today, Yemeni Houthis reported that their air defence had downed a US multipurpose MQ-9 drone over the province of Dhamar in the central part of the country.
Related topics: Military, Drones, Yemen

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Pentagon Vows To Decide On Appropriate Response To Drone Downing In Yemen After Facts Studied

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The United States will take action as appropriate with regard to its drone shot down over Yemen as soon as it scrutinizes facts related to the incident, Defence Secretary Mark Esper said in an interview.
Related topics: Drones, Yemen, Russia, Moscow

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President Trump Can't Attack Venezuela With Navy Aircraft Carriers

David Axe Security, Americas No. Can. Do. Here's why. History explains why the Florida-based Southern Command is the smallest and least heavily-armed of the Pentagon’s 10 unified commands. SOUTHCOM’s permanent forces number just 1,200...
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Pentagon: State Dept Approves Possible $8b Fighter Jet Sale To Taiwan

The U.S. State Department has approved a possible $8 billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said on Tuesday in an official notification to Congress.The potential deal is for 66 aircraft, 75 General...

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Real-life Skynet? Pentagon Wants To Use Ai To Develop New Weapons, Vehicles

Despite numerous science fiction stories and famous scientists cautioning humanity against using artificial intelligence in various weapons systems, it seems that the Pentagon has disregarded these warnings.

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"let Go Of Your Cold War Mentality!" China & Russia Slam Pentagon's Inf-busting...

Reaction out of Moscow and Beijing was swift after the US revealed Monday that the Pentagon successfully tested a ground-launched cruise missile with a range of over 500km for the first time in a post-INF treaty world. Russia warned of a new...
Related topics: China, Russia, Moscow, Beijing

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Pentagon Officials Eager To Present A recovering Isis, Facts Don't Support It

Authored by Jason Ditz via AntiWar.com, Throughout August, one of the most persistent stories has been the claim that ISIS is making a substantial recovery in Iraq and Syria, a claim based on a single Pentagon report which implied only that this...
Related topics: Isis, Iraq, Syria

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The Sad Reason America Lost A Member Of Its Elite Delta Force

Jared Keller Security, Americas Tragedy. When reached for comment by Task & Purpose, SOCOM confirmed that Dunbar was also killed by that "accidental detonation" instead of an enemy IED attack as the Pentagon initially stated. A member of the U.S....

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Pentagon Tests Missile Previously Banned Under U.s.-russia Treaty

Now that the United States and Russia have scrapped an arms control agreement, the Pentagon announced on Monday it has conducted a test of a previously banned missile. The missile, a modified version of a Navy Tomahawk cruise missile, was tested off...
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‘no Comment’: Emails Show The Va Took No Action To Spare Veterans From A Harsh Trump...

The VA’s approach differs sharply from the Pentagon’s, which won an exemption for active-duty members of the military. Top officials of the Department of Veterans Affairs declined to step in to try to exempt veterans and their families from a...
Related topics: Immigration, Military

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Trump Suggests Naval Blockade Of Venezuela, Pentagon Notes Impracticality - Report

US President Donald Trump reportedly raised with advisers the idea of imposing a naval blockade against Venezuela for over a year. A new media report claims, citing senior US officials, that the US president suggested anchoring the US Navy along...
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Stealth Shortage: Does The Pentagon Have Enough F-35s To Test?

Michael Peck Security, United States In June 2019, only 8.7 percent of the test fleet was rated “fully mission-capable,” according to a Department of Defense document obtained by the Project for Government Oversight, a non-governmental...

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Video: Watch Aew's Jon Moxley Unmask Pentagon Jr. In Win At Northeast Wrestling

Ahead of his match against Kenny Omega at All Elite Wrestling's All Out on Aug. 31, Jon Moxley resorted to some dirty deeds to beat Pentagon Jr. at Northeast Wrestling's Prison Break in Poughkeepsie, New York, on Friday night...
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F-35s Vs. A-10 Warthogs: Stealth Vs. A Flying Tank (who Wins?)

Dario Leone Security, "While the flights were intensive and instructive, he noted the tests were not a fly-off." The Pentagon finished comparative testing of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) F-35 and A-10 to measure their performance in combat...

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Us Failed To Train Afghan National Defense Forces On Airdrop Operations - Report

A new report by the Pentagon’s Office of the Inspector General reveals that Afghan forces did not receive adequate instruction from the US on coordinating airdrop operations that provide critical supplies to the Afghan National Defense and...

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Pentagon Vows Swift Review Of Its ‘war Cloud’ Contract As Amazon, Microsoft Prepare For Battle

Earlier, Microsoft and Amazon were picked as finalists among several major tech companies bidding to provide the US military with cloud computing and artificial intelligence on the battlefield, as part of the Pentagon’s Joint Enterprise Defence...
Related topics: Amazon, Microsoft (MSFT), Military

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