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Any Soldier Can Operate This New Machine That Improves Ground Based Armored Fighting Vehicle Survivability

A Smaller Crews, A Lower Operator Workload and Minimal Training-Any Soldier Can Operate This New Machine

A New "Toy" Any Soldier Can Operate to Extend Life of Tanks, Humvees, Styker, Bradleys and More?

DARPA announced last week that this GXV-T Crew Augmentation Concept Video Improves Survivability of Ground Based Armored Fighting Vehicles (More after the video)

KIM SHOWS UP

North Korean Dictator Appears For First Time Since September
By Harold Hutchison

Kim Jong Un, the North Korean dictator whose weeks-long disappearance triggered rumors of a coup finally showed up in the capital.

Kim Jong Un holding a grenade launcher and looking stupid.
(Photo from VOANews.com)

MKS Supply Brings Back the M1 Carbine!

MKS Supply, LLC announces that production of the original Inland brand M1 Carbine is again underway and the iconic .30 caliber, World War II-era M1 Carbine will be marketed exclusively by MKS Supply, LLC.

These newly manufactured M1 Carbines are 100 percent American-made with 100 percent American parts. These are faithful copies of the original Inland Manufacturing carbines, right down to part construction and stampings. They even include the arsenal-stamped stock markings known as cartouches!

MEET THE REAL RAMBO He stopped a terrorist suicide attack with his bare hands

MEET THE REAL RAMBO

Known only as ”Rambo”, an Afghan gate guard at Camp Phoenix in Kabul gained notoriety when he prevented, with his bare hands, a potentially devastating suicide attack on the base he was protecting. Rambo recounts the incident and shows us, step by step, how he disarmed the would-be attacker. He received several accolades for his bravery, including a signed picture from the actor Sylvester Stalone

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WAR CLOUDS OVER ASIA?

CHINA WATCH: China War Arsenal Buildup Accelerates
By Harold Hutchison

China's war arsenal grows as it builds up its air and naval forces while American naval forces have been declining in number.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, a congressional commission is noting that by the year 2020, China will have almost 100 more missile-firing ships and submarines deployed than the United States. A possible result could be a so-called “security miscalculation” that could lead to conflict.

TNVC RSP Mod.1

The Global War on Terror has seen the reemergence of the M14 as a frontline battle rifle. It is seeing service in the hands of the squads’ Designated Marksmen and is proving quite effective at facilitating martyrdom with its potent 7.62mm NATO round. The M14/M1A is fielded by domestic law enforcement professionals, who protect our borders and keep us safe. And, in a less-glorified, but still all-American way, the M1A has been serving target shooters and hunters for decades. But, scoping an M14/M1A has been challenge facing every shooter who picks one up. No matter how you mount your scope, the standard M14/M1A stock sits too low for a proper cheek weld. Everything from taping foam padding to the butt stock to dropping the action into an expensive new stock system has been tried. We looked at the improvised comb height adapters on the market and thought: “There has to be a better way.”

2014 KNOB CREEK MACHINE GUN NIGHT SHOOT With Navy Arms

AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP USS AMERICA JOINS THE FLEET

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LHA 6 Commissioned
The amphibious assault ship USS America, the lead ship in a new class of amphibious assault vessels, entered the United States Navy on 11 October.

JACKPOT: GOLD FEVER MEETS VIKING TREASURE HOARD

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Experts call it "one of the most significant Viking Hoards ever found in Scotland

Combine the Mystique of the Dashing Devil May Care Vikings with Gold Fever and you probably have the most explosive scenario imaginable. Its pitch came to a head when one Scotsman hit the Jackpot, a gold Viking Hoard.

TWO YEAR SPACE MISSION ENDING

X-37B To Land This Week
By Harold Hutchison

The United States Air Force could end what could be one of the longest test flights in history this week, as the X-37B is slated to return to Earth.

USS AMERICA SEA TRIALS

KEL-TEL P-3AT

The P-3AT is a semi-automatic, locked breech pistol, chambered for the .380 Auto cartridge. It has been developed from our highly successful P-32 pistol with negligible increase in weight and size. The slidestop has been eliminated and the magazine capacity reduced to 6 rounds due to the larger cartridge. The firing mechanism is double action only. The magazine has a 6 round capacity.

EMBRAER SUPER TUCANO A-29 in action

DOD Announces the EMBRAER A-29

“This first aircraft delivery is a significant milestone for the A-29 program,” said U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Eric Fick. “This delivery represents the birth of an important capability for Afghanistan, and we are very pleased Sierra Nevada Corporation and Embraer were able to deliver the aircraft on time to meet the start of Air Advisor Training at Moody Air Force Base.”

Wonder What the Argus Spy Drones Really Look at From 17,500 Feet?

Really, Autonomous Real-Time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance (ARGUS-IS) Drones can see what we are wearing from 17500 feet. How does it perform in catching bad guys, thugs murderers, drug lords and cyber terrorist scum?

It has the capabilities

It uses a Wide Area Persistent Stare (WAPS) with a resolution of 1.8 Gig that combines images from 368 independent imaging sensors into a single mosaic image. That translates to having over 100 drones surveillance over a city at 17,500 feet. Positioned under the belly of a UAV, It captures the movements and images in real time.

Sunday Morning Music Moments: A Medley of Number One Hits of the Vietnam War Era, Enjoy

Posted by Seth Anderson on Youtube 12-12