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MessagePosté le: Jeu 23 Oct - 04:17 (2014)    Sujet du message: AMERICA UNDER SIEGE... Répondre en citant

AMERICA UNDER SIEGE...

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MessagePosté le: Ven 24 Oct - 02:43 (2014)    Sujet du message: US AND PHILIPPINE SEABEES FURTHER COOPERATION Répondre en citant

US AND PHILIPPINE SEABEES FURTHER COOPERATION

Story Number: NNS141023-01Release Date: 10/23/2014 9:24:00 AM


141017-N-HA376-222 PORT HUENEME, Calif. (Oct. 17, 2014) Builder 2nd Class Joseph Hophan, from Minneapolis, Minn., explains a KMIII dive hemet to Navy Seabees from the Armed Forces of the Philippines during a tour at Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 2. The 30th Naval Construction Regiment is hosting the Philippine Seabees in a bilateral exchange between the two naval construction forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Lowell Whitman/Released)


By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Lowell Whitman, 30th Naval Construction Regiment Public Affairs

PORT HUENEME, Calif. (NNS) -- The 30th Naval Construction Regiment (30th NCR) hosted Navy Seabees from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) during a bilateral exchange between the two naval construction forces Oct. 13-22.

Key Philippine Seabee leaders in attendance included AFP's Naval Construction Brigade commander, Commodore Elmer Carrillo, commanding officers of naval combat engineering brigades, and other staff.

The engagement encompassed a broad range of U.S. Naval Construction Force capabilities throughout California, showcasing assets from Naval Base Ventura County, Fort Hunter Liggett and San Diego. The Philippine Seabees attended briefs and went on tours of Naval Construction Group (NCG) 1, 30th NCR, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3, Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 2, Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 303, Naval Construction Training Center (NCTC), Civil Engineering Corps Officer Candidate School (CECOS), Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering (CSFE), Naval Facilities and Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC), and NAVFAC Southwest.

Members of NMCB 5 demonstrated their capabilities for the Philippine Seabees while conducting their field-training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett. Amphibious Construction Battalion (ACB) 1 demonstrated offload of cargo and amphibious landings with the Improved Navy Landing System (INLS) during Exercise Pacific Horizon 2015 at Camp Pendleton.

"It opened up awareness among the staff on the possibilities of how to enhance the capabilities of the Seabees and how it can best be applied to amphibious operations and support the Marines, and of course other aspects that will further improve the functions of the Seabees," Capt. Benito Ante, director, Philippines Naval Safety Office, said of the exercise.

The visit saw its beginnings in 2012, during travels by Capt. Rodney Moore, former commanding officer of 30th NCR. Ante, brigade operations officer at the time, expressed an interest to Moore in continuing previous exchanges that occurred between the two engineering forces in 2004 and 2009.

"During [Exercise] Balikatan it is usually the enlisted men who engage the U.S. enlisted men," said Ante. "But, when officers are able to engage the staff, it enhances coordination, [and] will facilitate and expedite collaboration during bilateral activities."

Exercise Balikatan, meaning "shoulder-to-shoulder" in Tagalog, is an annual bilateral exercise involving members of the AFP and U.S. armed forces. Its goals are to develop crisis action planning, train, promote interoperability, and conduct joint humanitarian and disaster relief projects.

Beyond Balikatan however, 30th NCR has a presence in the Philippines year-round, with currently ongoing schoolhouse and Philippines Department of Social Welfare and Development building projects on the island of Cebu (among others).

"The Philippines is a critical country for our strategic importance and we want to continue our key leader engagements so that when we operate in that theatre we have a great working relationship," said Cmdr. Roberto Alvarado, chief staff officer of 30th NCR.

Both Alvarado and Ante characterized the relationship between U.S. and Filipino Seabees as strong, amicable, and very open to discussion.

The 30th NCR provides operations control over naval engineering forces throughout the Pacific, Southwest Asia, and the western United States in response to combat commander and naval component commander requirements. They serve an integral part of the Naval Construction Force and accomplish major combat operations, theatre security cooperation, humanitarian assistance, disaster recovery, and phase zero requirements across the Pacific area of responsibility.

For more news from Naval Construction Group 1, visit www.navy.mil/local/ncg1/.


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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Oct - 02:00 (2014)    Sujet du message: UNIFORMES MILITAIRES DESORMAIS A PROSCRIRE EN PUBLIC. SIGNES RELIGIEUX OSTENTATOIRES TOUJOURS PERMIS. Répondre en citant

UNIFORMES MILITAIRES DESORMAIS A PROSCRIRE EN PUBLIC. SIGNES RELIGIEUX OSTENTATOIRES TOUJOURS PERMIS.

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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Oct - 02:45 (2014)    Sujet du message: MILITARY LEADERS SPEAK ON GUAM'S IMPORTANCE IN REBALANCE TO PACIFIC Répondre en citant

MILITARY LEADERS SPEAK ON GUAM'S IMPORTANCE IN REBALANCE TO PACIFIC

Story Number: NNS141024-11Release Date: 10/24/2014 11:58:00 AM  

By Leah Eclavea, Joint Region Marianas Public Affairs Office

TUMON, Guam (NNS) -- Military leaders spoke about the rebalance to the Pacific during the Guam Economic Development Authority (GEDA) Symposium at the Hyatt Regency Guam in Tumon, Oct. 23.

About 120 international businessmen and women met during the conference to discuss Guam's economy and what factors affect the future investment climate.

Paul Vosti, senior advisor, Guam policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, addressed how Guam meets the needs for projecting American military presence in the region. He stated that the military structure in Asia needs to be geographically distributed, operationally resilient, and politically sustainable.

"From a strategic policy perspective, the U.S. is evolving from a series of really bilateral defense arrangements in Asia," he said. "We are now talking more in a trilateral and even a multilateral context with a lot of both treaty allies and other partners in the region that we don't have formal treaty arrangements with."

The three-day event offered a variety of speakers who addressed current issues, including Guam's critical strategic role in the rebalance to the Pacific.

Joint Region Marianas Chief of Staff Capt. Anthony Anglin spoke about the current military presence on Guam and the importance of the region in regard to operating forward to ensure the security of the United States and its allies. He also discussed the relocation of U.S. Marines from Okinawa, Japan, to Guam and how it is important for the relocation to be done correctly.

"Pacific rebalance is not only about SECURITY INTEREST in this area, it's not just about DoD-centered initiative," he said. "It involves diplomatic, economic and political initiatives as well. It's about partnership in this part of the world."

The confirmation of the relocation of the Marines to Guam was a concern from some of the participants of the symposium.

"Confidence was definitely established in what we heard today," E.J. Calvo, GEDA's chairman said.


"For some people, it renewed confidence in regard to the relocation and realignment with the U.S. military."

For more news from U.S. Naval Forces, Marianas, visit www.navy.mil/local/guam/.


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MessagePosté le: Sam 25 Oct - 02:48 (2014)    Sujet du message: HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014 Répondre en citant

HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014

October 24, 2014


In today's edition of All Hands Update, U.S. Navy and Republic of the Philippines seabees conduct a bilateral training exchange and a new Navy Plan of the Day widget is announced.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Oct - 14:08 (2014)    Sujet du message: ENCORE UNE CARGAISON D'ARMEMENTS US, LARGUEE POUR DAESH! Répondre en citant

ENCORE UNE CARGAISON D'ARMEMENTS US, LARGUEE POUR DAESH!

25 Octobre 2014



Qui veut des armes ?
 
Après avoir largué armes et vivres, pour les terroristes de Daesh, à Kobani,cette fois, c’est, à Jaloula, en Irak, que les avions de la coalition ont largué des armes, à destination des terroristes ! Selon le député irakien, Sattar Ghanam, les avions américains ont largué « plusieurs convois d’armements », pour « les terroristes de Daesh, assiégés dans la région de Jaloula, dans la province de Diayla »!!
 
« Un avion militaire, de type 341, a largué trois convois d’armements, pour les terroristes, alors qu’ils sont assiégés, par les forces populaires, et que l’étau se resserre, sans cesse, autour d’eux. Selon le député, « seuls, les Etats Unis, la Turquie et les autres pays de l’OTAN sont en possession de ce genre d’avion ».
 
Il y a, à peine, une semaine, les avions US ont largué une grande cargaison d’armes, de médicaments et de vivres, à l’adresse de Daesh, en pleine guerre contre les Kurdes syriens, à Kobani. Le Pentagone a, d’ailleurs, confirmé ce largage, prétendant qu’il s’agissait d’un erreur. Le Pentagone a, aussi, prétendu avoir ouvert une enquête, sur cet » incident ».
 
La cargaison contenait des grenades lacrymogènes , des roquettes RPG, entre autres. Les observateurs dénoncent le jeu trouble des Etats Unis, dans ce qu’ils qualifient de lutte anti-terroriste. La stratégie américaine consiste, en effet, non pas à détruire Daesh, mais à le contrôler, de façon à ce qu’il reste, constamment, dans la zone des pays de la Résistance.
 
http://french.irib.ir/info/moyen-orient/item/345922-nouveau-convoi-d-armement-us-largu%C3%A9-pour-daech

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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Oct - 18:46 (2014)    Sujet du message: EXERCICES DE LA FLOTTE RUSSE DU NORD EN ARCTIQUE Répondre en citant

EXERCICES DE LA FLOTTE RUSSE DU NORD EN ARCTIQUE

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Des exercices des navires et des troupes côtières de la Flotte russe du Nord se sont déroulés en mer de Laptev. Observez dans notre vidéo les marins et les fantassins tirer aux canons et aux systèmes de missiles sol-air Pantsir-S1.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Oct - 19:08 (2014)    Sujet du message: LE JAPON ET LES ETATS-UNIS POINTERONT LEUR « GLAIVE AIGUISE » CONTRE LA CHINE Répondre en citant

LE JAPON ET LES ETATS-UNIS POINTERONT LEUR « GLAIVE AIGUISE » CONTRE LA CHINE

Les troupes de débarquement du Japon et des Etats-Unis vont s’entraîner à l’occupation des îles au cours des exercices navals d’envergure, qui se dérouleront du 8 au 19 novembre au sud-ouest du Japon. Vu le litige entre la Chine et le Japon à propos des îles en mer de Chine orientale, les manœuvres « Glaive aiguisé » ont un dessous franchement antichinois, considère Konstantin Sivkov, vice-président de l’Académie russe des problèmes géopolitiques.

« Ces exercices ont une double vocation. D’un côté, on met au point les actions communes des troupes en vue de s’emparer des îles dans le cadre d’une opération de débarquement. De l’autre, les Etats-Unis démontrent à la Chine leur résolution d’agir de concert avec le Japon pour protéger les îles au cas où la Chine, qui en revendique la nationalité, tentera de les prendre au Japon. La Chine réagira, probablement, par une note diplomatique, confirmant sa souveraineté sur les îles. La Chine pourra aussi envoyer plusieurs navires pour montrer le pavillon et mener une reconnaissance. »

Sur fond d’une opposition militaire qui s’accentue dans la région l’installation d’un nouveau radar à bande X a commencé le 21 octobre à la base américaine à Kyogamisaki (sur la côte au centre du Japon). Il sera opérationnel avant la fin de l’année.

Il est question d’un nouvel élément du bouclier antimissile global américain en Asie. Le Pentagone aménage son arc antimissile de l’Alaska à l’Australie en passant par le Japon, la Corée du Sud et Taïwan afin de refouler la Chine, estime Vladimir Evséïev, directeur du Centre russe des études sociales et politiques. La Chine aura une réaction douloureuse à tout déploiement de telles unités, estime l’expert.

« La Chine sera contrainte d’accroître son potentiel nucléaire – ses missiles de longue portée. D’ailleurs la Chine est inquiétée moins par le radar, instrument d’observation, que par le système de frappe antimissile, principalement embarqué. Ce sont des contre-torpilleurs dotés du système de combat Ægis. »

En août 2013 une information faisait état des intentions de l’Agence de défense antimissile des Etats-Unis de déployer un troisième radar dans le Sud-est asiatique. Il permettra avec plus de précision de contrôler les lancements de missiles balistiques chinois. Il est possible qu’il soit installé dans les Philippines.

 
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22-10-2014 - 16:04 Dernière mise à jour 22-10-2014 - 16:04

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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Oct - 19:17 (2014)    Sujet du message: LA RUSSIE VEUT CREER UNE BALLE "INTELLIGENTE" Répondre en citant

LA RUSSIE VEUT CREER UNE BALLE "INTELLIGENTE"

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Le Fonds pour les recherches à long terme recueille les projets pour la création d'une balle "intelligente", capable de changer sa trajectoire en vol, a déclaré le directeur général adjoint du Fonds, également président du Conseil scientifique et technique, Vitali Davydov.

« Elle doit être capable de contrôler sa trajectoire de vol à grandes distances et dans certaines conditions. Le Fonds a reçu un certain nombre de propositions pour la mise au point d'une telle balle. Nous travaillons sur ces propositions », a-t-il noté.

Par ailleurs, le système radar à balayage circulaire Forpost capable de détecter des objets en mouvement à une distance de 20 kilomètres et de suivre simultanément jusqu'à 50 cibles aidera dans l'avenir à protéger la frontière russe, a communiqué le service de presse de la Compagnie unifiée d'instruments de mesure (OPK), constructeur du radar.

Le groupe public Rostec et OPK qui en fait partie présenteront le système à l'exposition Interpolitekh-2014 à Moscou qui ouvre ses portes le 21 octobre.

Pendant quatre jours les visiteurs pourront se familiariser avec des engins policiers et militaires, des moyens de protection et de sécurité et des équipements médicaux pour des soins d'urgence.
 
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MessagePosté le: Lun 27 Oct - 03:42 (2014)    Sujet du message: WHAT DO YOU ALL MAKE OF THIS? Répondre en citant

WHAT DO YOU ALL MAKE OF THIS?

State Troopers in Richmond block all traffic on Freeway so that super long convoy of Semi trucks can travel down the road with out passenger cars sharing the road with them. Very strange.



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MessagePosté le: Mer 29 Oct - 02:04 (2014)    Sujet du message: USS MUSTIN ARRIVES IN CAMBODIA TO BEGIN CARAT '14 Répondre en citant

USS MUSTIN ARRIVES IN CAMBODIA TO BEGIN CARAT '14

Story Number: NNS141028-10Release Date: 10/28/2014 3:07:00 PM


141028-N-TG831-318 SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (Oct. 28, 2014) Operations Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas Lamb provides cover alongside a Royal Cambodian Navy Sailor during a bilateral visit, board, search and seizure drill aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89) as part of the Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Cambodia 2014 exercise. In its 20th year, CARAT is an annual, bilateral exercise series with the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the armed forces of nine partner nations including, Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Timor-Leste. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Declan Barnes/Released)


   By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Declan Barnes, USS Mustin Public Affairs

SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (NNS) -- The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89) arrived in Cambodia to begin the fifth annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Cambodia exercise Oct. 25.

CARAT Cambodia's opening ceremony was held at the Royal Cambodian Ream Navy Base Oct. 27.

"Mustin is incredibly excited to have the opportunity to visit Cambodia and participate in CARAT," said Cmdr. Joseph A. Torres Jr., Mustin's commanding officer. "We are looking forward to working and training with the Royal Cambodian Navy in order to build stronger bonds of friendship between our two navies and countries."

This year's CARAT Cambodia will include three days of events in port and two days at sea. While in port, a variety of subject matter expert exchanges, symposiums and community service projects and sporting events will allow members of both navies to share best practices and build friendships. The U.S. 7th Fleet Band will also hold a concert in Kampot Province.

"I'm really looking forward to meeting and interacting with the kids at the children's home we are going to visit," said Ship's Serviceman Seaman Christopher Garcia. "The good-will projects like these are always what I seem to remember most."

During the at-sea phase, U.S. and Royal Cambodian Navy ships will steam together underway to practice and improve interoperability on a range of competencies, including formation maneuvers, gunnery and maritime security exercises.

In its 20th year, CARAT is a series of bilateral naval exercises between the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the armed forces of nine partner nations in South and Southeast Asia.

Mustin is currently on patrol in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility supporting regional security and stability in the Indo-Asia Pacific region.

For more news from Destroyer Squadron 7, visit www.navy.mil/local/ds7/.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 29 Oct - 02:07 (2014)    Sujet du message: NAVY SECURITY FORCE OFFICER COURSE UNDERGOES REQUIREMENTS REVIEW Répondre en citant

NAVY SECURITY FORCE OFFICER COURSE UNDERGOES REQUIREMENTS REVIEW

Story Number: NNS141028-07Release Date: 10/28/2014 2:10:00 PM 

By Darryl Orrell, Center for Security Forces Public Affairs


Official U.S. Navy file photo of Sailors assigned to the force protection training team of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) demonstrating how to properly advance in dangerous situations during a security force training exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Peter Merrill/Released)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (NNS) -- The Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) completed a Human Performance Requirements Review (HPRR) for the Navy Security Force Officer (NSFO) Ashore/Afloat course during the week of Oct. 20.

"The Navy Security Force (NSF) carries the awesome responsibility of protecting Navy personnel, naval assets and infrastructure," said Robert Essmann, CENSECFOR NSFO curriculum manager. "The NSF carries out this mission day after day without most of us ever thinking about it. It requires an immense diversity of professional skills that cross a wide spectrum of missions and environments."

In the wake of 9/11, the security officer community expanded rapidly. Most of these new security officers had little to no experience in law enforcement, the legal system, physical security or antiterrorism programs. Thus, they required ground-floor instruction in all those areas.

"The entire focus of the NSFO course will change," said Essmann. "The upcoming revision to the course will turn the focus towards today's new accessions, who are all warrant officers and limited duty officers. These men and women have security force experience; however, they lack the tools needed to manage the myriad of operations, programs and systems inherent to being a security officer."

Essmann said students will also receive valuable knowledge and skills to manage military, civilian and contract workforces; how to write budgets and perform assessments, develop training and exercise plans, and draft cooperative support agreements with local law enforcement agencies. The new course will best prepare NSF officers to run a security department regardless of whether he/she is assigned to an ashore or afloat command.

"Since the role of a security officer has such a large scope of duties, the curriculum development process for a project of this magnitude will require months of work," replied Essmann when asked how soon will the fleet see these changes. "We are already at work on the fundamental effort, which involves populating the course database with the results of the HPPR."

The Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) requires an HPPR every 36 months for all formal courses of instruction. However, an HPRR can also occur more frequently if triggered by select events. When the results from an HPRR indicate a revision or new training is needed, it initiates NETC's Course Development and Revision, or End-to-End (E2E), process. E2E is a process that guides a course of instruction from initial development through final delivery.

CENSECFOR is also scheduled to host a job duty task analysis (JDTA) for the NSF core/patrolman during the first week of December and according to Essmann, NSF and NSFO go hand in hand.

"The NSFO covers the career path that begins where the NSF core leaves off," said Essman. "The NSF core JDTA will codify the requirements from novice to apprentice to journeyman. At that point, Sailors will jump to the "master" level of their career path either as a senior enlisted service member (E-8/E-9) or as a warrant or limited duty officer - a career level where they will require the knowledge and skills offered in the NSFO course to accomplish their duties."

Among the major commands represented at the HPRR were U.S. Fleet Forces Command; Naval Expeditionary Combat Command; Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic; Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific; Commander, Naval Installations Command; and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

"The job of a NSFO must be done correctly 100 percent of the time because lives are at stake," said Essmann.

"The NSF deserves excellent training and that is the fuel that motivates our efforts to produce this continuum of training."

CENSECFOR provides specialized training to more than 28,000 students each year. It has 14 training locations across the U.S. and around the world.

For more news from and information about CENSECFOR, visit us at http://www.navy.mil/local/csf, www.netc.navy.mil/centers/csf, or www.facebook.com/CENSECFORHQ.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 29 Oct - 02:41 (2014)    Sujet du message: TOUS LES GARDIENS DE SECURITE DU PARLEMENT SERONT ARMES Répondre en citant

TOUS LES GARDIENS DE SECURITE DU PARLEMENT SERONT ARMES

Alors que tout cela n'était qu'une mise en scène théâtrale pour renforcer la sécurité du parlement et s'ajuster sur les nouvelles mesures antiterroristes internationales.


«Tous les gardes [de la Chambre des communes] auront une arme à un moment donné. Ils vont commencer leur formation au cours des prochaines semaines», a indiqué une source parlementaire.
PHOTO MICHEL COMTE, AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE



Le 22 octobre 2014, des coups de feu ont été tirés sur la colline parlementaire, à Ottawa. »

La Presse


(Ottawa) D'ici quelques semaines, tous les gardes de sécurité de la Chambre des communes seront armés pour être en mesure de mieux affronter une situation de crise comme la fusillade qui est survenue au parlement la semaine dernière.

À l'heure actuelle, à peine le tiers des gardes de sécurité des Communes (75 sur quelque 300) ont reçu une formation relative au port d'une arme. Ces derniers peuvent ainsi assurer la sécurité du premier ministre Stephen Harper lorsqu'il se trouve à l'intérieur de l'édifice. Ils sont alors habillés en civil et portent un gilet pare-balles.

Selon des informations obtenues par La Presse, les autorités de la Chambre des communes ont décidé de confier une arme à tous les gardes de sécurité dans la foulée des événements tragiques de mercredi. En outre, tous les gardes ont été invités à ne plus porter leur casquette pour éviter d'être une cible facilement repérable dans l'éventualité d'une autre fusillade.

«Tous les gardes auront une arme à un moment donné. Ils vont commencer leur formation au cours des prochaines semaines», a indiqué une source parlementaire.

Quand le tireur Michael Zehaf Bibeau a fait irruption au parlement, les deux gardes de sécurité postés à la porte principale n'avaient pas d'arme. Certains jugent qu'ils auraient pu neutraliser le tireur fou plus rapidement s'ils avaient été armés.

Malgré le danger évident, l'un des gardes de sécurité, Samearn Son, a eu le réflexe d'abaisser le canon de l'arme du tireur Zehaf Bibeau vers le sol. Un coup de feu est parti et M. Son a été blessé à la jambe. Ce geste, qualifié d'«héroïque» par plusieurs témoins, a permis de ralentir la course du tireur fou et de donner suffisamment de temps aux gardes armés pour prendre une position de tir. Cela a aussi permis à des employés du parlement de se réfugier plus loin.

«Il est évident que les choses vont changer sur la colline parlementaire», a lancé un député sous le couvert de l'anonymat.

Les policiers de la GRC, qui accompagnent le premier ministre dans ses déplacements, n'avaient pas le droit de veiller à sa sécurité également à l'intérieur du parlement. Mais les mesures de sécurité autour de M. Harper et de la colline parlementaire ont été considérablement resserrées depuis les événements de mercredi. Des policiers de la GRC accompagnent maintenant le premier ministre à l'intérieur du parlement, comme M. Harper le souhaitait d'ailleurs depuis au moins trois ans, selon nos informations.

Par ailleurs, on étudie la possibilité de fusionner les services de sécurité de la Chambre des communes et du Sénat afin d'avoir une seule force constabulaire pour l'ensemble de la colline. Le vérificateur général a d'ailleurs déjà fait une telle recommandation dans un rapport sur la sécurité déposé en 2012.

Aux Communes, hier, le ministre de la Sécurité publique, Steven Blaney, a exprimé le souhait que les services de sécurité cessent de fonctionner «en silos». «La sécurité à l'intérieur du parlement doit être intégrée avec les forces de sécurité à l'extérieur», a-t-il dit.

Certains députés se sont d'ailleurs déjà plaints de la complexité de la gestion de la sécurité en raison des nombreux services impliqués. À l'instar de la Chambre des communes, le Sénat a ses propres gardes de sécurité. À l'extérieur des édifices, la GRC est responsable de la sécurité de la colline parlementaire tandis que la police d'Ottawa s'occupe de la sécurité à l'extérieur des limites de la colline. En somme, il faut déployer des efforts de coordination assez imposants pour assurer la sécurité dans le secteur de la colline parlementaire.

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NAVY, MARINE CORPS ENGAGE IN EXERCISE PACIFIC HORIZON 2015

VIDEO : http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=19938


Story Number: NNS141028-25Release Date: 10/28/2014 9:33:00 PM 

By Story by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jonathan Nelson

CAMP PENDLETON , Calif. (NNS) -- Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 3 and the 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB) participated in Navy-Marine Corps joint exercise Pacific Horizon 2015 from Oct. 20-28.

PH15 is a scenario driven, simulation supported crisis response exercise designed to improve 1st MEB's and ESG-3's interoperability and strengthen Navy-Marine Corps relations by conducting an in-stream Maritime Pre positioning Force offload of equipment by providing host country civil-military security assistance, and by conducting infrastructure restoration support.

The operation consisted of Naval and Marine Corps personnel using ship-to-shore techniques to ferry tactical vehicles and supplies from Military Sealift Command ships to the shore.

PH15 employed the latest technologies and operation techniques to accomplish goals. Included in the exercise was a new MSC ship currently undergoing testing.

The mobile landing platform USNS Montford Point (MLP-1) and the USNS Dahl (T-AKR 312) staged in several nautical miles off the shore, acted as a mobile supply and vehicle depot to ferry materials by Landing Craft, Air Cushions to the beach.

Five LCACs traveled back and forth from the ships to the beach carrying vehicles and supplies supporting humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
LCACs are vitally important in order to access places where normal vehicles cannot in a quick manner under challenging conditions.

"These ships are put out in strategic places for countries that don't have the response time that countries [like ours] do, [places] that are usually getting hit by hurricanes," said 1st Lt. Nick Boling, the landing force support party operations officer for Landing Support Company, 1st Transportation Support Battalion.

On shore, Marines also established a Tactical Water Purification System to provide up to 1500 gallons of clean water every hour, which would be used in a real world emergency.

The system plays an important role in the operation, as a single person uses approximately 20 gallons of water per day for hydration, hygiene and sanitation.

"We're providing water for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations during [the exercise]," said Chief Warrant Officer 2 Aaron Alcorn, the utilities officer for Marine Wing Support Squadron 373.

"It can purify just about any type of water, fresh water, brackish water, even sea water like we're doing here. It takes out all of the impurities and solutes to make potable water."

Throughout the exercise, Marines also erected two multi-purpose buildings (SWA Huts) in order to shelter and support the fictional local population, whose home were destroyed when two hurricanes hit the region, as part of the PH15 scenario.

"In a humanitarian aid case, we as combat engineers would provide billeting, shelter or medical facilities if necessary in case a hurricane hit or any other disaster occurred," said 2nd Lt. Morgan Celaya, the platoon commander for Combat Engineer Platoon, MWSS-373.

During the culminating days of PH15, a group of distinguished visitors and members of the local media visited the training theatre to get a better understanding of the Navy-Marine Corps team amphibious capabilities.

The emphasis of the operation was to demonstrate to the public that while the Navy and Marine Corps excel in staging large-scale assaults on areas where the sea meets the land, they can also be used in smaller, brigade-level operations to provide extremely effective HA/DR.

Exercises like PH15 provide realistic, relevant and efficient training for the Navy and Marine Corps in order to respond effectively to a real-world crisis.

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TURKEY PUTS ITS ARMY ON FULL COMBAT ALERT

28 October 2014, 15:40 (GMT+04:00)



Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct.28

By Rufiz Hafizoglu – Trend:

Turkish army has been put on full combat alert as the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has intensified its activities in the country, Milliyet newspaper quoted Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc as saying on Oct.28.

Earlier on Oct.28, PKK terrorists seized a truck carrying 400 kilograms of explosives for a coal mine.

Arinc said it is planned to destroy the truck by military helicopters after determining its location.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Oct.28 that PKK, the Syrian regime and ‘Islamic State’ (IS) are the enemies of Turkey.

The conflict between Turkey and the PKK, which demands the creation of an independent Kurdish state, continued for over 25 years and has claimed more than 40,000 lives.


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SOLDIERS OF ANTICHRIST 



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RUSSIE : EXERCICE DE DEBARQUEMENT DANS L'EXTREME-ORIENT




© RIA Novosti. Vitaly Ankov

Le 29 octobre, des exercices de fusiliers marins de la Flotte russe du Pacifique ont pris fin dans le Primorié (Extrême-Orient russe)

La phase active des exercices s'est déroulée au polygone Klerk situé dans le district de Khassan.


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NAVY'S LARGEST EXERCISE UNDERWAY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

VIDEO : http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=19944

Story Number: NNS141030-01Release Date: 10/30/2014 7:58:00 AM  

By U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs


141029-N-CN059-115 GULF OF AQABA (Oct. 29, 2014) Clearance divers from Fleet Diving Unit 3, assigned to Task Group 523.3, and divers from the Royal Naval Force of Jordan, conduct a search dive while participating in International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX). IMCMEX includes navies from 44 countries whose focus is to promote regional security through mine countermeasure operations in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Daniel Rolston/Released)

MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- The International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX) , the world's largest naval exercise, with 44 participating nations from six continents, began with the Maritime Infrastructure Protection Symposium in Manama, Bahrain, Oct. 27.

The exercise is organized and led by U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT)/U.S. 5th Fleet.

IMCMEX is an opportunity for more than 6,500 personnel from navies around the world to hone the intricate defensive techniques necessary to search for and dispose of mines, which represent a threat to all nations worldwide.

"I am delighted that we are hosting IMCMEX here in the Gulf," said Commodore Keith Blount, Royal Navy, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) deputy commander and IMCMEX lead. "Freedom of navigation on the high seas and in international straits is critical to keeping the global economy running smoothly. This exercise offers a unique opportunity for nations from across the world to work together to prove our capability to keep the sea lanes open for legitimate trade."

The initial stages of IMCMEX will take place ashore, allowing participating nations to ensure they can communicate with each other, which is a challenge considering each nation has its own systems. Representatives will then have an opportunity to talk through and plan operations and maneuvers together. Once the task group sails, the ships will practice at-sea mine countermeasure operations as well as maritime infrastructure protection and maritime security operations.

The exercise runs through Nov. 13 and will end with a chance to discuss best practices and lessons learned for future exercises.

"This IMCMEX will continue in its focus on mine countermeasures," said Blount. "However, it has been broadened to include opportunities for ships' crews from around the world to conduct maritime security operations such as escorting and defending commercial shipping, as well as carrying out the drills required to protect maritime infrastructure, such as harbors and oil rigs.

"The key for me is that this exercise demonstrates that the international community is capable and ready to work together in the spirit of cooperation and partnership," he added.

As an international task group cannot always rely on support from the shore, the International Mine Exercise Force will test the afloat staging base concept. Support will be provided afloat from the U.S. Navy's Afloat Forward Staging Base (Interim) USS Ponce (AFSB(I) 15) and British Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) amphibious assault vessel Cardigan Bay (L3009). Operations will include diving operations, small-boat exercises, unmanned underwater vehicle operations, port clearance tactics and will be coordinated with industry and commercial shipping.

NAVCENT is responsible for approximately 2.5 million square miles of area including the Arabian Gulf, Sea of Oman, Gulf of Aden, Red Sea and parts of the Indian Ocean and 20 countries.

For more news from Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/5th Fleet, visit www.navy.mil/local/cusnc/.


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NAVY EOD TECH DIVISION COMBATS IEDs DURING EXERCISE BOLD ALLIGATOR

VIDEO : http://www.navy.mil/viewVideo.asp?id=19943


Story Number: NNS141030-07Release Date: 10/30/2014 2:08:00 PM


141027-N-YD328-207 BOGUE, N.C. (Oct. 27, 2014) Explosive Ordnance Technicians 2nd Class John Bueras and Mike Ganousis conduct post-blast analysis at the site of a simulated improvised explosive device (IED) during Bold Alligator 2014. Improving Navy-Marine Corps amphibious core competencies along with coalition, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Allied and partner nations is a necessary investment in the current and future readiness of our forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas S. Tenorio/Released)
 

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jared Aldape, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 2 Public Affairs

BOGUE, N.C. (NNS) -- Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technicians assigned to EOD Mobile Unit (EODMU) 6 conducted a post-blast analysis at the site of a simulated improvised explosive device (IED) during Exercise Bold Alligator 2014 in Bougue, North Carolina, Oct. 29.

This scenario is common in parts of the world where terrorists use IED's when engaging in asymmetric warfare.

"We conduct our investigation to find out what happened, how big the explosion was and to learn what was the target," said Explosive Ordnance Technician 2nd Class John Bueras, assigned to EODMU 6.

EOD technicians do this in a variety of ways, including measuring the crater of the blast, taking samples of the affected soil, and gathering components of the expended IED.

"We collect anything that looks like it has evidentiary value and photograph the scene," said Bueras.

Though EODMU 6 was successful in conducting their investigation and recovering IED materials and soil samples from their findings, the handling of the inert explosive must proceed to the Naval Surface Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD) for further analysis.

EOD technicians call upon the forensic capabilities of the Combined Explosives Exploitation Cell (CEXC) to uncover telling details of an explosive's origin. The unit serves as the link between tactical operations and the intelligence community of the armed forces.

Todd Isham, an analyst with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head EOD Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD) and a former Navy intelligence specialist, is on hand to receive the remnants of a simulated IED that EOD technicians have recovered as part of a training scenario at BA14.

Isham and a small team of analysts who make up the CEXC unit at the exercise work in a laboratory no bigger than a small trailer, but inside one can find x-ray machines, optical gear, chemical testing systems, and equipment used for the handling and processing of IED components.

"Through our research, we see how terrorists use the explosives," said Isham. "We uncover their tactics, we look at the electronics and how IEDs are wired up. We find out how they are used and figure out how to defeat their use. That answer comes from this lab."

When CEXC collects evidence, the unit begins the meticulous task of breaking down the samples and making them ready for examination.

"We take photos of every item we bring in and are able to determine how fast the process will be to get evidence," said Isham. "We're looking for fingerprints, cell phone parts, swabbing for DNA; at the end of the day we want to know that we have gathered as much data as possible."

Chief Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Devon Bryan explained how within a post-blast scenario, there is a cycle of events.

"At this point, we are exploiting the device at the lab," said Bryan. "We will triage all items before laboratory processing for safety. We use devices as needed for chemical analysis."

According to Bryan, this is the time that these researchers will look closely into residues and identify their use.

"Let's say there is a powder - what is it?," asked Bryan. "Is it explosive, an illegal drug, ordinary table salt or nothing harmful?"

The evidence left behind in a post-blast IED scenario can be very telling, said Bryan. The data and evidence are collected and shared with other agencies.

"In our lab we could collect finger prints, DNA, fibers and tool marks and send them to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for analysis, which is a great resource for us," Bryan said.

After the identifying and data collection portion of IED analysis is complete, the process advances to fusion operations. The data is passed along to several intelligence organizations such as the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Security Agency. The agencies are then able to add or expand to their own objectives based off the collected data.

"Fusion Operations are crucial to identifying bomb makers and their networks," said Bryan. "Once we do our biometric enrollment and finger print analysis left on the device from a suspect and forward them electronically to other agencies, the external analysis may return with a report that says the suspect may be linked to other criminal activities."

The cycle of analysis and collection of IED data is continuous and for every event there is a new data point.

"You're linking it all together; you're talking about thousands of pieces of information," said Isham. "The more data points that you have then the more accurate you will be. We've been doing this for over a decade. We have tens of thousands of data points and we are prepared."

Though wars and contingency operations may decrease, terrorist operations actively continue and it is the job of the CEXC to ensure that U.S. forces remain ready and are kept alive.

"We have labs, not just in Afghanistan, but throughout the world where we need them," said Isham.

Improving Navy-Marine Corps amphibious core competencies along with coalition, NATO, Allied and partner nations is a necessary investment in the current and future readiness of our forces. BA14 will take place Oct. 29 to Nov. 10 afloat and ashore along the eastern seaboard.

For more information about Exercise Bold Alligator 2014 visit http://www.navy.mil/local/ba14/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 1 Nov - 03:01 (2014)    Sujet du message: DICTATURE TECHNOLOGIQUE : DES ROBOTS TUEURS MIS EN ACTION SANS DEBAT PUBLIC EN NORVEGE !!! Répondre en citant

DICTATURE TECHNOLOGIQUE : DES ROBOTS TUEURS MIS EN ACTION SANS DEBAT PUBLIC EN NORVEGE !!! 

Votre (sombre) futur en marche… Et à l’heure où ces horreurs sont déjà mises en application et vendues, on en est ENCORE à « réclamer des débats publics »… qui d’ailleurs sont refusés par les raclures au pouvoir ! Dingue, dingue, dingue… 

C’est désormais la DICTATURE mondialisée qui règne. Vous aurez tout le loisir de le découvrir… car il est à présent définitivement trop tard. 

L’article du Courrier International, ci-dessous. 

Bon esclavage et bonne mort ! Vic. 

P.S. : un immense merci à la personne qui m’a signalé cet article ! 


Source : http://www.courrierinternational.com/article/2014/10/27/les-robots-tueurs-suscitent-l-inquietude-en-norvege 

TECHNOLOGIE 

LES ROBOTS TUEURS SUSCITENT L'INQUIÉTUDE EN NORVÈGE

Le gouvernement norvégien finance le développement de robots qui pourront, sans intervention humaine, prendre la décision de tirer sur leur cible. La Ligue pour la paix estime que ce projet viole le droit international. 

• COURRIER INTERNATIONAL 27 OCTOBRE 2014 


 Image extraite du film "I, Robot" d'Alex Proyas sorti en 2004 - capture d'écran

"Robots tueurs" pour les uns, "munitions partiellement autonomes" pour les autres : DEPUIS PLUSIEURS MOIS, LE GOUVERNEMENT NORVÉGIEN FINANCE LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE NOUVEAUX MISSILES POUR ÉQUIPER SES AVIONS DE COMBAT. LEUR PARTICULARITÉ : "ILS AURONT LA CAPACITÉ D'IDENTIFIER UNE CIBLE ET DE PRENDRE LA DÉCISION DE TUER – OU NON – SANS INTERVENTION HUMAINE", rapporte la version norvégienne du site d'actualité The Local (cf. http://www.thelocal.no/20141023/norways-killer-robot-technology-under-fire ). 

"CETTE TECHNOLOGIE SOULÈVE PLUSIEURS QUESTIONS MORALES, NOTAMMENT SUR CE QUI SE PASSE SI L'HUMAIN DISPARAÎT TOTALEMENT DU CHAMP DE BATAILLE AU PROFIT DES MACHINES, OU ENCORE SUR QUI SERA TENU RESPONSABLE EN CAS D'ERREUR OU D'ATTAQUE VIOLANT LE DROIT INTERNATIONAL", pointe The Local.

"L'arme devient le combattant" 

Alexander Harang, de la Ligue norvégienne pour la paix, RÉCLAME UN DÉBAT au sein du Parlement norvégien. "AU PRINTEMPS DERNIER, APRÈS QUE LE GOUVERNEMENT A DÉCIDÉ D'ALLOUER UN BUDGET DE 2,2 MILLIARDS DE COURONNES NORVÉGIENNES [260 MILLIONS D'EUROS] AU GROUPE KONGSBERG [QUI DÉVELOPPE LE ROBOT], Alexander Harang a contacté tous les partis du pays pour réclamer un débat sur les conséquences potentielles de cette technologie autonome en regard du droit international. LE DÉBAT N'A JAMAIS EU LIEU." 

Le rapporteur de l'ONU Christof Heyns s'inquiète également des implications d'une telle technologie. "Ces dix dernières années, on a vu s'accroître la distance entre le soldat et sa cible. Mais ce qui se passe là, c'est que L'ARME DEVIENT LE COMBATTANT. La Norvège est un gros exportateur d'armes. Nous devons donc être particulièrement attentifs aux QUESTIONS ÉTHIQUES que soulève ce projet", précise-t-il. 

LA MINISTRE NORVÉGIENNE DE LA DÉFENSE, INE ERIKSEN SØREIDE, CONFIRME QUE LA QUESTION EST COMPLEXE. MAIS ELLE REFUSE QUE LE PROJET SOIT MIS EN SUSPENS EN ATTENDANT QU'UN DÉBAT AIT LIEU.


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USS CHIEF TRAINS IN MINE COUNTERMEASURE EXERCISE DURING CLEAR HORIZON

Story Number: NNS141027-02Release Date: 10/27/2014 10:41:00 AM


141023-N-UH865-122 WATERS SOUTH OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA (Oct. 23, 2014) The Avenger-class mine countermeasure ship USS Chief (MCM 14) participates in Exercise Clear Horizon 2014 off the coast of the Korean peninsula. Clear Horizon is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies designed to enhance cooperation and improve capabilities in mine countermeasure operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Frank L. Andrews/Released)
 

By MC1 (SW/AW) Frank L. Andrew, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea Public Affairs

WATERS SOUTH OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA (NNS) -- The Avenger-class mine countermeasures ship USS Chief (MCM 14) completed participation in exercise Clear Horizon, Oct 24.

Clear Horizon is an annual exercise that ran Oct. 20-24 and is designed to increase interoperability in mine countermeasures operations between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies.

"I am extremely proud of the performance of my crew during exercise Clear Horizon," said Lt. Cmdr. James Correia, commanding officer of USS Chief. "Our crew received some very valuable training during the exercise and we enhanced our ability to operate with our partners in the Republic of Korea navy."

Chief began the exercise by laying training shapes, a non-hazardous cement filled container used to simulate potential mines. Once the shapes were placed in the water, Sailors from Chief, along with their partners from the Republic of Korea navy, began training to detect and engage the training shapes.

"We rehearse a number of different contingencies together," said Mineman 1St Class (SW) Douglas Reynolds, assigned to USS Chief. "In the event mines are laid, we can help our Korean partners clear their waterways faster so the free flow of trade and commerce can continue."

During the five-day exercise, Chief conducted mine countermeasures training in a confined water space along the southern coast of the Korean peninsula along with various types of minesweeping platforms, including remotely operated vehicles, MH-53E Sea Dragon mine clearing helicopters, and minesweeping ships from both nations.

"Even though mine-laying is an old tactic, we still have to know how to neutralize them to ensure our sea lanes remain open in all contingencies," said Reynolds. "That's why we're always training together, and that's what exercise Clear Horizon is all about."

Clear Horizon is one of approximately 20 annual bilateral training exercises held each year between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies aimed at strengthening the alliance and preserving STABILITY and PEACE around the Korean peninsula and throughout Northeast Asia.

The U.S. 7th Fleet maintains routine presence in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region to help promote maritime security and develop partnerships with friends and allies. Forward-deployed U.S. naval presence contributes to freedom of navigation, operational readiness, and enables an exchange of culture, skills, and tactical knowledge with nations throughout the region.

For more news from Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnfk/.


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HELICOPTER SEA COMBAT WEAPONS SCHOOL CONDUCTS EXERCISE

Story Number: NNS141027-09Release Date: 10/27/2014 2:39:00 PM  

By Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class (AW) Christian S. Eskelund

NORFOLK, Va. -- (NNS) -- "I'm here at the tree line near a large field," said Lt. Adam Shields into his radio, as he sat in the darkness. "I can see a village nearby to the south. It's pretty quiet out here, but I think my leg is broken."

"Hang in there, we're en route," responded the rescue helicopter pilot. "Any sign of hostile forces?"

"I can see flashlights approaching in the distance," replied Shields hastily. "You guys need to hurry. I can't move much here."

This dialogue was part of a training scenario conducted by the Helicopter Sea Combat Weapons School Atlantic, which recently conducted a rescue exercise involving four MH-60 Seahawk helicopter pilots and nine aircrew members from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron SEVEN (HSC-7).

The training, conducted in Fort Story, Va., is just a small part of the HSCWSL mission, which is to increase combat readiness of the Atlantic Fleet HSC and legacy HS helicopter squadrons. The training is part of the ongoing efforts to keep pilots prepared and ready for any situation.

Exercises like these ensure that teams can readily deploy for any contingency, accomplishing tactical missions in all required operational capabilities and environments. The school capitalizes upon cost-effective, standardized curricula and tactical exercises.

HSCWSL, established on 10 June 2005 and headquartered in Norfolk, Va., serves as the East Coast HSC Community's Tactical Center of Excellence, working together with Naval Strike and Warfare Command to develop, compile and promulgate tactical experience and training references as well as providing service and support to Commander, Helicopter Sea Combat Wing, Norfolk and Jacksonville based squadrons.

"These are important exercises," said Lt. Wesley Johnson, Helicopter Advanced Readiness Program Officer, of Memphis, Tenn. "Our whole goal is to teach and prepare fleet helicopter pilots and aircrews for deployment, which often involves the support of critical Naval Special Warfare operations, meaning that we have to stay at the top of our game, so that if an operation like this happens in the real world we can execute procedures safely, correctly and get our Sailors home."

For more news from NR Navy Public Support Element East, visit www.navy.mil/local/NRNPASEEAST/.


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FEMA CONDUCTS PANDEMIC TRAINING IN NY, NJ

Exercise simulating global outbreak began last year


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Talk about timing. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is currently in the middle of a two-year pandemic training exercise with New York City and northern New Jersey.


Titled “2013-14 Pandemic Influenza Continuity Exercise Strategy,” the FEMA training simulates a global pandemic of influenza that spreads from person to person, including in the U.S.

The Obama administration, meanwhile, is under fire for its mishandling of the Ebola crisis, allowing infected people to enter the country and cause widespread panic and political turmoil as officials make claims and promises that turn out to be false.

The FEMA training began last year, before the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which has killed nearly 5,000 people.

An overview of the training includes a list of assumptions such as that the “clinical disease attack rate will likely be 30 percent or higher in the overall population,” utilizing a prediction from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The FEMA overview, which includes a training schedule, warns that economists, epidemiologists and other experts predict the “effects of a modern-day pandemic will be seen in every industry and government agency at local, regional, national and international levels.”

The overview states: “History teaches us that the impact of a pandemic can be far-reaching. The 1918 ‘Spanish Flu’ influenza killed approximately 30,000 people in NYC, 500,000 in the United States and as many as 50-100 million worldwide. Furthermore, it leads to widespread social disruption and economic loss.”

The overview states a pandemic can “threaten all critical infrastructures by its impact on an organization’s human resources causing a loss of essential personnel from the workplace for weeks or months.”

FEMA is preparing for the possibility that 40 to 50 percent of both government and private-sector staff will be absent for periods of about two weeks at the height of a pandemic wave.

A wave is defined by FEMA as a period in which community outbreaks occur across the country. The simulated outbreak assumes multiple waves of the pandemic illness could occur, with each wave lasting two to three months.

Numerous training events and seminars have already been held the past 10 months. On Nov. 13, FEMA is planning a “Pandemic Influenza Wave 1 Full Scale Exercise.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/fema-conducts-pandemic-training-in-n-y-n-j/#YLtp…

http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/fema-conducts-pandemic-training-in-n-y-n-j/



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MessagePosté le: Sam 1 Nov - 17:13 (2014)    Sujet du message: HENRY KISSINGER ADMITS NEW WORLD ORDER PLAN (AGAIN) IN WALL STREET JOURNAL ESSAY Répondre en citant

HENRY KISSINGER ADMITS NEW WORLD ORDER PLAN (AGAIN) IN WALL STREET JOURNAL ESSAY 








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MessagePosté le: Dim 2 Nov - 00:41 (2014)    Sujet du message: TASK GROUP EXERCISE COMES TO A CLOSE, ENDS WITH SUCCESS Répondre en citant

TASK GROUP EXERCISE COMES TO A CLOSE, ENDS WITH SUCCESS

Story Number: NNS141101-04Release Date: 11/1/2014 11:10:00 AM  

By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Kole E. Carpenter, USS Nimitz (CVN 68) Public Affairs


141024-N-IM608-267 PACIFIC OCEAN (OCT. 24, 2014) Aviation Ordnanceman Airman Nicholas Kless, assigned to the Black Knights of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 154, from The Woodlands, Texas, installs practice ordnance on a F/A-18F Super Hornet aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68). Nimitz, along with Canadian, Japanese and other U.S. ships is underway conducting a task group exercise (TGEX) to train units that will deploy independently. TGEX improves cooperation, readiness and the capability to respond quickly in various situations in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Shauna C. Sowersby/Released)

PACIFIC OCEAN (NNS) -- Canadian, Japanese and U.S. ships completed a two-week long Task Group Exercise (TGEX) Oct. 31 off the coast of Southern California.

The exercise, led by U.S. 3rd Fleet gave Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 15 the opportunity to conduct and evaluate training across multiple warfare areas for Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 11, Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 23, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 11, aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68), guided-missile cruisers USS Lake Champlain (CG 57) and USS Chosin (CG 65), guided-missile destroyers USS Milius (DDG 69), USS Paul Hamilton (DDG 60), USS Kidd (DDG 100), USS Pinckney (DDG 91) and USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110), littoral combat ships USS Independence (LCS 2) and USS Fort Worth (LCS 3), Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigates HMCS Calgary (FFH 335) and HMCS Winnipeg (FFH 338), Kingston-class coastal defense vessels HMCS Brandon (MM 710) and HMCS Yellowknife (MM 706), and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JS) Teruzuki (DD 116)

"The U.S. Navy uses exercises like TGEX to strengthen maritime relationships with partner nations," said Capt. Patrick Keyes, commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet, assistant chief of staff for plans, policy, training and readiness. "Additionally, TGEX gave four independent deployers the opportunity to be assessed across multiple warfare areas and provided an opportunity for ships not getting certified to get valuable training, necessary during their training cycle."

Milius, Paul Hamilton and Fort Worth Crews 103 and 104 used TGEX as their final opportunity to certify prior to deployment.

TGEX was a rare opportunity to cultivate partnerships across Pacific fleets.

"Our goal was to improve tactical skill," Japanese foreign liaison officer Lt. Cmdr. Kohei Sueki said. "We would also like to enhance regional understanding between the Japanese and the U.S. and Canadian Navies."

Sueki added that the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force sought to increase maritime war fighting capability and international relations through their participation in TGEX.

"Japanese, U.S. and Canadian ships coming together is not something that happens often," Lt. Vincent Pellerin, Canadian foreign liaison officer said. "We hoped to foster better international relationships and learn how to work well with other fleets."

Joint, inter agency and international relationships strengthen U.S. 3rd Fleet's ability to respond to crises and protect the collective maritime interests of the U.S. and its allies and partners.

For more news from USS Nimitz (CVN 68), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn68/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=84194



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MessagePosté le: Dim 2 Nov - 02:55 (2014)    Sujet du message: CHINA'S DRONE BLASTS OFF MISSILE IN SCO ANTI-TERROR DRILL Répondre en citant

CHINA'S DRONE BLASTS OFF MISSILE IN SCO ANTI-TERROR DRILL

Updated: 2014-08-27 09:01 (Xinhua)


ZHURIHE, Inner Mongolia - China's military drones participated in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) anti-terror drills in Inner Mongolia for the first time on Tuesday.

Participating in the live fire drills, the drone, who's model was unidentified, shot off several missiles during the rehearsal, said Shen Jinke, spokesman of China Air force.

  

Troops assemble in China for 'Peace Mission-2014' drill

"The drone, tasked with surveillance, reconnaissance and ground attacks, will play a vital role in fighting against terrorism," he said.

The aerial vehicle has yet to miss a shot since joining the "Peace Mission 2014" multinational drill which began on Aug 24, said Feng Aiwang, commander of the air force battle group.

More than 19 different models made up a group of 70 aircraft dispatched for the drill. These included fighter planes, early warning aircraft and armed helicopters, Feng added.

China's homemade WZ-10 and WZ-19 armed helicopters were deployed to practice reconnaissance and rocket barrage tests in the exercise, which concludes Friday.

A total of 7,000 troops from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have participated in the drill, including ground and air forces, special operations and airborne troops as well as several supporting roles.

Founded in Shanghai in 2001, the SCO includes China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Afghanistan, India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan are observers. Belarus, Turkey and Sri Lanka are dialogue partners.

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2014xisco/2014-08/27/content_18493773.htm


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MessagePosté le: Lun 3 Nov - 01:26 (2014)    Sujet du message: CONFLICT WITH HEZBOLLAH WILL BE MUCH WORSE THAN WITH HAMAS, IDF GENERAL WARNS Répondre en citant

CONFLICT WITH HEZBOLLAH WILL BE MUCH WORSE THAN WITH HAMAS, IDF GENERAL WARNS

Not only with Hezbollah, but with the UN Peacekeepers, and all armies coming from all around the world to "liberate" Palestine (Vatican inquisition).

After Israel’s war with Hamas in the summer, it is preparing to face a threat posed by Hezbollah in the north. What will it look like? A senior IDF officer offers some insight.  



The Israeli made Merkava tank. (Photo: IDF)

The threat posed by Hezbollah to Israel in the north is far greater than that from Hamas in the south, Major-General Yair Golan warned during an interview on IDF Radio on Wednesday.

“The fierceness of the northern threat is significantly greater than the one we [Israel] encountered during Operation Protective Edge, and therefore we will probably be required to substantially more decisive actions in a much more powerful magnitude,” Golan, commander of the IDF’s northern sector, stated.

The IDF is aware of the dangers it may encounter in an eventual war with the Shi’ite terrorist group, and “is prepared and ready in a quicker, more determined and powerful fashion,” Golan added.

Hezbollah Tunnel Threat?

The question of terror tunnels running from Lebanon into Israel surfaced after the IDF’s campaign against Hamas’s network in Gaza. Relating to this threat, Golan shared that the IDF has no concrete or positive intelligence that indicates a terror tunnel threat coming from Hezbollah. However, “the situation [in the north] does not resemble the one around the Gaza Strip, but the idea of digging tunnels is not foreign to Lebanon or Hezbollah,” Golan explained, “and therefore we need to assume that that there are tunnels and that we need to search for them and be prepared.”

Golan is of the opinion that the tunnel threat is overestimated, saying, “its one of those things which presents a new operational challenge, but I think we have the proper tools [to surmount it].”

Partial Rocket Protection

Relating to Hezbollah’s dreaded fire power and rocket arsenal, Golan admitted that the IDF would not be able to provide the same outstanding aerial protection it had given the residents of the south during Operation Protective Edge. “I estimate that we will be successful in intercepting primarily the heavier rockets, and less the regular ones,” he surmised.

Golan believes that the biggest challenge currently facing Israel’s home front is psychological warfare.

He concedes that a war in the north would exact a heavier toll from Israel’s civilian population. “There will be many casualties among the civilian population,” he stated, adding his belief that the population should not be evacuated, excluding specific cases.

What if Hezbollah Attacks?


Rockets fired at Israel from Gaza. (Photo: IDF)

“There is no doubt that the situation has changed since 2006,” a senior IDF officer told IDF Blog. “The organization has not only grown stronger; it is gaining operational experience in Syria and improving its capabilities. If they try to infiltrate Israel, it will not be 12-13 terrorists as in Operation Protective Edge, it will be 50-70.”

“Hezbollah has approximately 30,000 fighters,” said the senior officer. The terrorist organization is expected to target civilians in northern Israel in various ways and regularly acquires new weapons. “Hezbollah can obtain any weapon they wish. There have been changes since their last confrontation with Israel.”

“We assume that in the next war, [Hezbollah] will attempt to harm both the IDF and Israeli civilians,” he continued. “The terrorist organization will attempt to win the psychological war. If in Gaza terrorists continued in their attempt to harm Israeli civilians for 50 days, in the northern front it might take four months. We need to be prepared for a short or long campaign.”

The senior officer explained that Hamas had learned tunnel-digging strategy from the Hezbollah. “Hezbollah had thought of building an underground terror network well before Hamas started its own, and it taught Hamas how to construct these tunnels,” he said. “The terrain in the north is harder and the topography is very different. This complicates the task, but we can assume that Hezbollah is building an underground network in order to attack Israel.”

The officer was optimistic, however, regarding the IDF’s capabilities: “I believe that there is no challenge in Lebanon that the IDF cannot withstand,” he concluded.

Author: Aryeh Savir
Staff Writer, United with Israel
(With files from IDF Blog)

http://unitedwithisrael.org/conflict-with-hezbollah-will-be-much-worse-than…


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MessagePosté le: Mar 4 Nov - 05:43 (2014)    Sujet du message: 2 NUCLEAR COMMANDERS RELIEVED OF DUTY. WTF IS GOING ON? Répondre en citant

2 NUCLEAR COMMANDERS RELIEVED OF DUTY. WTF IS GOING ON?



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MessagePosté le: Mer 5 Nov - 03:19 (2014)    Sujet du message: GERMAN BIKER GANGS AGAINST ISIS - ISIS THREATENS - WE WILL MURDER YOU Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 6 Nov - 01:54 (2014)    Sujet du message: IRAQI PM: ONE MILLION IRAQIS HAVE VOLUNTEERED TO FIGHT ISIS Répondre en citant

IRAQI PM: ONE MILLION IRAQIS HAVE VOLUNTEERED TO FIGHT ISIS



by AWR Hawkins 4 Nov 2014

On November 3, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said one million armed volunteers have joined Iraqi forces to fight ISIS.


According to Iraqi News, Abadi said the number was so great that it presents a problem of trying to integrate them all into Army Brigades. He said they can "only integrate a small number" at a time, and many other Iraqis still remain willing to join (in addition to the one million who already have). 

On September 26, Breitbart News reported retired US General David Petraeus' contention that ISIS could not be defeated by airstrikes alone—he said boots on the ground would be necessary. However, he also made clear that Iraqi forces can be the boots on the ground that deal with ISIS. 

Petraeus suggested the key to beating ISIS was relentless pressure from US-led airstrikes combined with Iraqi ground forces which prevent ISIS from recapturing the areas from which they are driven. "We have seen this elsewhere," Petraeus said, "You have to keep on disrupting. If you let up the pressure, then... senior leadership will back."

Follow AWR Hawkins on Twitter @AWRHawkins. Reach him directly at awrhawkins@breitbart.com.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/11/04/Iraqi-PM-One-Million-Iraqis-H…


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