Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Homeland Security, ISIL, ISIL, ISIS, Islamic State, Politics, President Barack Obama, State Department, Supreme Court, United States, United States Government, US Military

Alex Jones – Historic 52 Hour Live Election 2016 Coverage

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Army, Branch of Service, Department of Defense (DoD), United States, US Military

Soldier gets life term in slaying of teen girlfriend’s mom

By: The Associated Press, September 19, 2016
Published by the Army Times

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A soldier convicted of killing the mother of his then-14-year-old girlfriend in Pennsylvania because the woman disapproved of their relationship was sentenced Monday to life in prison without possibility of parole.

Lehigh County Judge Maria L. Dantos told Caleb Barnes, 22, that he’ll be “locked in a cage for the rest of your natural life” as she imposed the mandatory life term and added 22 to 44 years on other counts.

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Annoucements, Defense & Military Briefs, Department of Defense (DoD), United States

2015 In Review: A Start of Something Great

Headshot__George_McGinn.jpgEditor’s Note: This blog was started late in 2015 (October), and was actually mixed in with my personal blog before I split all the blogs out into their own, with their own Facebook and Twitter accounts.

So while the numbers seem low, I can tell you from looking at the stats for 2016 we are setting records and WordPress has noticed us quite a few times this year.

Splitting the four blogs at the time was a wise decision. It was a lot of work, but we succeeded and now we can expand this blog without it affecting the others.

Take for instance the Cosmology and Space Exploration blog. We have created pages where you can find apps, links to journals and news feeds, dedicated pages to projects and even a page for the media when a press release crosses our desk.

I wanted to test this idea there first, and it has been received favorably. So this year I have been working on doing the same for Daily Defense News. One thing I am struggling is putting up news from other countries. My struggle isn’t in providing the news, it is whether I should give each country its own page or mix them in with the main blog.

I am leaning towards individual pages per country. My reason is that right now the only news being reported are from US-Based defense organizations. And while they may contain news about other countries, there is a US slant to them (hey, the organization is writing and supplying the news). It would be logical that news coming from, say a British defense group would have a slant towards their country. That’s only fair.

Some of the other plans are also providing a list of apps for those wanting more defense and military news that we may not yet have. And I am working on a web-based CIA book of all countries, and many other features.

Some, do to the complexity of getting them done, will be implemented in 2017. Others before the end of this year, maybe even sooner.

I also want to hear from you. What would you like me to provide to you? My goal is to bring all the defense and military news here in one place so you do not have to visit a dozen websites and only get part of the story. Which is why I am going to include the news as reported from within other countries. It would be nice to know what the other countries are saying about, say, the same operations we are involved in.

If President Barack Obama says we are succeeding and all the other countries say something else, that may be something important to know about. Same if it is in reverse. Countries may say the US isn’t doing its part, yet you might find a story or series of stories that same something different. This is when news become really important.

Notice that none of the news comes from any organization that reports just the news. To me, with all the papers slanting their stories towards their reader’s political belief, that is not the inention of this site. The news should come from the men and women who are there, in the field, and not in some studio worrying if they have too much hair gel and are ready to give you their view of the news.

So remember, while looking at these summaries, when the 2016 numbers come out, you will see a drastic difference in the popularity, who in what countries are reading our stories, and what stories most readers find important.

So, if you have any suggestions to what you would like me to add to this site, either fill out the “Contact Us” page or send me an email to comments@dailydefensenews.com.

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 22 trips to carry that many people.

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Branch of Service, Countries, Department of Defense (DoD), England, Europe, Marines, Military Operations, United States

UPDATE: US Marine aircraft down in UK

UPDATE: US Marine aircraft down in UK
10/21/2015 11:13 AM CDTA 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing F/A-18C Hornet belonging to Marine Attack Fighter Squadron 232 stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar crashed in the vicinity of Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England at approximately 5:30 a.m. (EDT), today.

The Marine Corps officially confirmed the death of the pilot, but it is unknown at this time if the pilot ejected from the single-seat aircraft.

The aircraft was transiting from Bahrain to Miramar in a flight of six aircraft when it crashed approximately six miles northwest of the airfield. The remaining five F/A-18C’s safely diverted to RAF Lossiemouth. The United Kingdom Coast Guard is currently on the scene of the crash site and is in close coordination with U.S. military officials.
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Asia-Pacific, Defense & Military Briefs, Department of Defense News Report, Islamic State, Middle East, Pakistan, Syria, Terrorists and Terrorism, Trans-Pacific, United States, Yemen

Defense Early Bird Briefs – May 4, 2015


The following information was collected and compiled by the editors of the Defense and Military Times magazine. Known as the Early Bird Briefs, this was edited by Oriana Pawlyk (opawlyk@militarytimes.com) from The Military Times Magazine. I present it here as it appears from my email.

The editors over at the Military Times compile news by branch of service, by country, by industry contracts, by pending legislation in Congress or the Senate, etc. from many major news outlets, major blogs, and from the Department of Defense and its own publication, Military Times. 

Here are the Top 5. Click on “Continue Reading” link will take you to the rest of today’s news.

** Note: The Military Times is not affiliated with any government site. While there might be links to government sites, Military Times is published by Gannett Government Media, which is a subsidiary of Gannett Co., Inc.

TODAY’S TOP FIVE NEWS STORIES:


(Military Times) There are 142 U.S. service members currently involved in earthquake relief efforts in Nepal, according to U.S. Pacific Command. That breaks down to 86 Marines, 38 soldiers and 18 airmen, PACOM spokesman Army Maj. David Eastburn told Military Times on Sunday. 
 
(Los Angeles Times) A shadowy new pro-government force has been deployed in the embattled Yemeni port city of Aden, according to reports Sunday, sparking speculation that ground troops from the Saudi-led coalition may have joined the battle against Houthi rebels and their allies. Saudi Arabia, however, denied that it had sent ground forces to Aden or any other part of Yemen. 
 
(USA Today) Afghan security forces have suffered record casualties this year as they combat Taliban rebels largely without the benefit of U.S. air power and other international military support they had come to rely on in the past, U.S. and Afghan officials said. 
 
(Stars & Stripes) With live explosives, smoke and rocket fire from helicopter gunships, American troops and their international partners are trying to give Iraqi soldiers a realistic idea of what they can expect when they take on Islamic State militants. 
 
(Defense News) Gen. Joseph Dunford, the commandant of the Marine Corps, is at the top of the list to become the next Joint Chiefs chairman, according to several sources. 



This Week in Defense News with Vago Muraudian

 
(Defense News) The Atlantic Council’s Steve Grundman and Capital Alpha Partners’ Byron Callan discuss Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s recently unveiled cyber initiative for the Pentagon. 
 
(Defense News) Maj. Gen. Robert Walsh, director of Navy expeditionary warfare, on how the Marine Corps is improving its amphibious skills. 
 
(Defense News) Rear Adm. Joseph Tofalo, director of Navy undersea warfare, on core missile sub requirements. 
 
(Defense News) Culture change is needed at the Pentagon and Silicon Valley for Ash Carter’s new cyber strategy to succeed. 


Asia-Pacific, Countries, Japan, North Korea, Nuclear Weapons Program, South Korea, United States

U.S., Japan, South Korea Hold Trilateral Security Talks

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Not much is known about North Korea’s missile capabilities, but U.S. defense officials have said the Western side and Alaska can be hit by a North Korea Nuclear Missile.

 

DoD Defense News Media

WASHINGTON, April 17, 2015 – The United States, South Korea and Japan today concluded what a joint statement called a “productive and substantive” two-day security meeting here.

Officials said the meeting was held to enhance trilateral defense cooperation in light of the evolving security environment in the region.

Yoo Jeh-seung, South Korea’s deputy minister for policy, led his country’s delegation. David B. Shear, assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific security affairs, led the U.S. delegation, and Japan’s delegation was led by Tokuchi Hideshi, vice defense minister for international affairs.

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Analyzing Corrosion Rates to Understand Hazards of Wrecked Vessels

An aerial view of the submerged USS Arizona at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickham, Hawaii, shows the release of oil from the battleship’s corroding hull. (Photo: National Park Service/Released)

By Cynthia Greenwood
DoD Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office

A tank barge that sank amid rough seas on January 24, 1936, in Long Island Sound carried 500,000 gallons of heating oil. To officials at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, the submerged vessel, known as Cities Service Number 4, poses a serious risk of contaminating the tidal estuary should corrosion of the barge structure cause an oil leak.

The hull and rivet structure of Cities Service No. 4 is similar to the Navy battleship USS Arizona, now a hallowed tomb for 1,177 men who died when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Oil still trickles from her damaged hull, which makes the vessel an ideal subject for corrosion rate analysis.

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