In January, President Joe Biden signed a memo clarifying how new cybersecurity rules affect the Defense Department and intelligence community. By their very nature, agencies within the Defense Department and the intelligence community handle much more sensitive information than civilian agencies. So, it was not surprising when President Joe Bien issued a national security memorandum Jan. 19 […]Read More How Does Biden’s Cyber Order Apply to the DOD and Intelligence Agencies?
something about something that forsure… The sortie had caught people’s attention due to the current headlines and because other US military aircraft have supported border security missions… Really it was a Covert operation, https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/40033/u-2-flight-along-the-border-yesterday-wasnt-a-surveillance-missionRead More U-2 Flight Along The Border Yesterday Wasn’t A Surveillance Mission
I know it sounds crazy but it’s real or became reality most definitely conspiracy hypotheses are not real just a hypotheses of the unknown or unseen factors as well… We want to believe in something that makes sense rather than theory but we all know that is not the truth this are some conspiracy theories […]Read More Five Top conspiracy theories that become true facts 💯
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has raised concerns within the administration about federal agents patrolling the streets of U.S. cities in camouflage uniforms similar to those worn by troops in war zones, his spokesperson said Tuesday… More about this in the link below… https://www.politico.com/news/2020/07/21/esper-federal-agents-military-protests-376381Read More Esper concerned over federal agents dressed like military troops in U.S. cities
Weeks after putting a hold on permanent change-of-station moves and non-essential travel both abroad and in the United States for the next two to three months, the Pentagon has issued a stop-movement order that will affect all personnel and Defense Department civilians. https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2020/03/25/the-military-has-suspended-all-travel-deployments-exercises-for-the-entire-force/Read More The military has suspended all travel, deployments, exercises for the entire force
Next thing Opening soon FEMA FAMILY REHABILITATION CAMPS… with tremendous respect to this act we are on the brink of https://www.fema.gov/robert-t-stafford-disaster-relief-and-emergency-assistance-act-public-law-93-288-amendedRead More Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act | FEMA.gov
The U.S. military is gearing up to fight the novel coronavirus, which is spreading rapidly across the U.S. Plans include deployment of hospital ships as overflow for hospitals, allocation of critical medical supplies and research in military labs on development of treatment and a vaccine. Judy Woodruff speaks with Defense Secretary Mark Esper about these […]Read More Watch “Defense Sec. Mark Esper on mobilizing the U.S. military to fight COVID-19” on YouTube
The UK government has created a special unit designed to combat Russian disinformation about the novel coronavirus after the US accused Moscow of spreading a series of conspiracy theories seeking to blame the West for the virus. Read more about the disinformation campaign… https://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-covid-anti-fake-news-unit-russia-conspiracy-theories-uk-2020-3Read More Coronavirus: Fake news unit will tackle Russian conspiracy theories – Business Insider
The FBI reportedly arrested a Raytheon Missile Systems engineer for allegedly taking a work laptop containing secret-level missile defense files to China despite being told not to. https://qz.com/1795127/raytheon-engineer-arrested-for-taking-us-missile-defense-secrets-to-china/Read More Raytheon engineer arrested for taking US missile defense secrets to China
When Wei Sun, a 48-year-old engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems, left for an overseas trip last year, he told the company he planned to bring his company-issued HP EliteBook 840 laptop along. Sun, a Chinese-born American citizen, had been working at Raytheon, the fourth-largest US defense contractor, for a decade. He held a secret-level security […]Read More Raytheon engineer arrested for taking US missile defense secrets to China
In response to a FOIA request, a Navy spokesperson says releasing additional materials related to the Navy’s 2004 encounter with a UFO, including a “TOP SECRET” video, would “cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States.” The videos concern the infamous Nimitz encounters, where Navy fighter pilots spotted a strange, Tic Tac-shaped UFO off the coast of San […]Read More Navy Says Releasing UFO Videos Would ‘Gravely Damage’ National Security What “TOP SECRET” video is the government hiding?
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said he believes Iran’s attacks on air bases in Iraq on Wednesday were intended to kill Americans and that advance intelligence enabled troops to take cover.Of the 16 Iranian short-range ballistic missiles that were fired across the border, one struck a base near the northern Iraqi city of Irbil, […]Read More Joint Chiefs head: Iran intended to kill US troops
The Pentagon’s announcement that U.S. forces conducted a strike killing one of Iran’s top generals sparked a firestorm on Capitol Hill, with many members of Congress praising the move and others warning of unintended consequences. More about announcement in link… https://thehill.com/policy/defense/476612-congress-reacts-to-us-assassination-of-iranian-generalRead More Congress reacts to US assassination of Iranian general