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Silent Nemo Navy's Ghost Swimmer Drone

Russia's Sukhoi 35 vs. U.S. F-22 and Sukhoi Su 35 and SU 37 in Maneuvers

Sukoi SU 35 and SU 37

The Sukhoi Su-35 (Russian: Сухой Су-35) is a designation for two separate heavily-upgraded derivatives of the Su-27 'Flanker'. They are single-seat, twin-engine supermaneuverable multirole fighters, ).

How A Domestic Terrorist Was Busted in the U.K.: Operation Gibson

Domestic Terrorist Busted in the U.K.: Operation Gibson. This training video based on an actual scenario recaptures how the sting was executed.

The Ghost, A Free Lancing Millionaire's Super Stealth Warship

A Super Stealth Boat Maker, Millionaire, Trying to Sell His GHOST Ship to the Military

Self-made millionaire Gregory Sancoff spent the past decade, and millions of his own money, designing and building the Ghost, a technologically innovative combat boat. But there is no guarantee the government will buy in once the Ghost is complete. Video By: Jenna Savino, Justin Beac



Beyond ARGO: Eagle Claw and PYRONOL

by Paul Evancoe            

On November 4, 1979, a group of between 300 to 500 Islamist militants and students took over the American embassy in Tehran as a show of support for the Iranian Revolution. During this early morning non-violent attack, they took 52 American diplomats and embassy staff hostage. After several failed attempts to negotiate their release over the following several months, President Jimmy Carter authorized the planning for a secret military rescue mission, code named Operation Eagle Claw.

Detailed intelligence of the embassy’s precise physical condition and whereabouts of the 52 American hostages was essential. Working in deep cover and posing as European businessmen, a small, elite team of American servicemen, who were all fluent Farsi speakers, infiltrated Tehran. Their task was to surveil the American embassy, gather detailed human intelligence on the ingress and egress routes to and from the embassy and potential landing zones, and rent and pre-stage vehicles at key locations in preparation of the rescue.


Texas, Florida the New Battlegrounds

In the wake of a shooting at Florida State University, as is often the case after such events, there has been a push for a new gun law. This time, though, the law being pushed for not only might have made a difference, it is pro-Second Amendment.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, Students for Concealed Carry are pushing for legislation to overturn gun bans on college campuses. The push gained new momentum after a recent shooting at Florida State, where three people were shot by a gunman who was later killed by responding police officers.


The “Space Weather” Threat

Over a third of the American people could lose electric power – and the blackout could last for months or more. That is the frightening warning from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, that sort of outage is very possible should the United States be hit by a space weather phenomenon known as a solar storm, as it was in 1859 and 1921. Those two storms had minimal effect due to the fact that electricity was not as widespread then as it is now.


An AR magazine well for the MGI modular lower system, this mag well may be the most versatile of all that MGI offers, allowing 7 plus different calibers to be fired through it! It is as simple as changing the bolt and barrel with MGI's Hydra system.


After 25 years of success with J&T Distributing selling black rifle parts and accessories, Teresa and Jesse Starnes(Double-Starnes’) decided to create a full line of complete weapons to satisfy the thousands of requests to build an AR-15.  The J&T Distributing customer base demanded a rifle that incorporated the versatility and quality that J&T had been providing them for so long.  

That is where DSC was born.

Al Jazeera Investigates Kenya’s Death Squads

Who trained Kenya death squads? Israel the US and the UK an Al Jazeera

investigation finds


Deployment Considered In Light of Russian Cheating

Could American nuclear missiles be returning to Europe? That possibility is very distinct in light of revelations that Russia has been cheating on the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, the Department of Defense is considering re-deploying ground-launched cruise missiles to NATO should the Russians fail to comply with the INF Treaty. In accordance with that treaty, the United States dismantled MGM-31C Pershing II ballistic missiles and BGM-109G Gryphon cruise missiles.

Benghazi Congressional Investigations Roll On, Barely

By Roger Aronoff
Accuracy in Media

The latest hearing by the House Select Committee on Benghazi was held on December 10th, as Congress is about to head out the door for Christmas. The hearing was unfortunately still focused on the far-from-independent State Department Accountability Review Board. It’s time to move on. There is plenty to investigate. The critics of any further investigation are citing the latest report from Rep. Mike Rogers’ (R-MI) House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) to argue that the whole investigation should be shut down.

That’s the narrative previously promoted by Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), who also referred to the flawed HPSCI report’s assertion that it is a “definitive” accounting in his opening statement at Wednesday’s hearing..