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MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Sep - 06:38 (2015)    Sujet du message: CÔTE D'IVOIRE : 34.000 SOLDATS MOBILISES POUR SECURISER LA PRESIDENTIELLE (COMMISSION ELECTORALE) Répondre en citant

CÔTE D'IVOIRE : 34.000 SOLDATS MOBILISES POUR SECURISER LA PRESIDENTIELLE (COMMISSION ELECTORALE)

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Par Edwige Fiendé

Quelque 34.000 soldats dont 28.000 Ivoiriens et 6.000 casques bleus ont été mobilisés pour sécuriser la présidentielle d’octobre, a annoncé lundi à Abidjan la commission électorale indépendante (CEI) chargée d’organiser le scrutin, à une rencontre des représentants des dix candidats.

Ces 28.000 soldats ivoiriens de la Gendarmerie, Police et Forces républicaines de Côte d’Ivoire (FRCI, armée) et 6000 et casques bleus « seront mobilisés à partir du 1er octobre » » pour la sécurisation du scrutin, une semaine avant le début de la campagne électorale prévue du 09 au 23 octobre, a indiqué Alain Dogou, vice-président de la CEI chargé de la sécurité.

Ce dispositif devrait rester le même jusqu’à l’issue d’un éventuel second tour de la présidentielle prévue le 25 octobre.

Le conseiller spécial du Président de la CEI en charge de la sécurité, Daniel Ouattara et M. Dogou ont assuré que tout sera mis en œuvre « pour garantir un scrutin apaisé », lors d’une rencontre avec des responsables chargés de la sécurité des candidats.

Le chef de l’Etat Alassane Ouattara est candidat à cette présidentielle.

L’ex-diplomate Essy Amara, l’ancien Premier ministre, Charles Konan Banny, le député Bertin Kouadio Konan dit KKB, tous des cadres du Parti démocratique de Cote d’Ivoire (PDCI, allié au pouvoir), Pascal Affi N’Guessan, président du Front populaire ivoirien (FPI, ex-parti au pouvoir) et l’ex-président de l’Assemblée nationale, Mamadou Coulibaly, leader de Liberté pour la démocratie (Lider, opposition) figurent également sur la liste des dix candidats.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Sep - 04:34 (2015)    Sujet du message: OBAMA ADMIN : IRANIAN BALLISTIC MISSILE TESTS NOT A NUKE DEAL VIOLATION Répondre en citant

OBAMA ADMIN : IRANIAN BALLISTIC MISSILE TESTS NOT A NUKE DEAL VIOLATION

Iran's Rouhani: Iran 'not committed to the restrictions on its missile program'



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BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0
September 16, 2015 12:40 pm


Iran is permitted to test-fire ballistic missiles under the parameters of the recently inked nuclear accord, according to private disclosures made by Secretary of State John Kerry to a leading U.S. senator, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

Nothing in the nuclear deal prevents Iran from testing a “conventional ballistic missile,” which could be used to carry a nuclear weapon, according to series of written answers provided by Kerry to Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.).

The Obama administration’s failure to rein in Iran’s ballistic missile program has emerged as a key criticism among critics of the deal. They argue that during the 15-year duration of the agreement, Iran will be given the opportunity to perfect its ballistic missile program, which could put it much closer to an operable nuclear weapon.

“It would not be a violation of the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] if Iran tested a conventional ballistic missile,” Kerry informed Rubio, according to a copy of the 86-page document obtained by the Free Beacon.

“The issue of ballistic missiles is addressed by the provisions of the new United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR), which do not constitute provisions of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA),” Kerry writes, explaining that the nuclear accord does not cover such matters.

“Since the Security Council has called upon Iran not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology, any such activity would be inconsistent with the UNSCR and a serious matter for the Security Council to review,” Kerry adds.

However, Rubio and others are concerned the U.N. resolutions are not actually mandatory, meaning that Iran can decide on its own whether it wants to uphold the resolutions.

“According to the new U.N. Security Council Resolution, the prohibition on Iran carrying out ballistic missile work is not mandatory, but rather the text simply ‘calls’ on Iran not to conduct such activity for eight years,” Rubio informs Kerry. “Is that the case? What are the penalties if Iran ignores this international ‘call’?”

Kerry appears to admit this is the case but claims the U.N. resolutions will “not let Iran’s ballistic missile program off the hook.”

Kerry does not elaborate on what penalties, if any, would be issued on Iran should it move forward with a ballistic missile test, saying only that “if Iran were to undertake them it would be inconsistent with the UNSCR and a serious matter for the Security Council to review.”

One senior foreign policy adviser involved in the fight over the nuclear deal called Kerry’s response “terrifying.”

“The administration is admitting that it changed the old binding language against ballistic missile development to a weak non-binding ‘call’ on Iran,” said the source, who was not authorized to speak on record. “So now the Iranians are going to be working on ballistic missiles that can hit the United States, and they won’t suffer any automatic penalties.”

“Instead, the administration says our response will be to have U.N. countries like Russia and China ‘review’ Iran’s work, which is insane—those are the countries that will be selling Iran the technology in the first place,” the source said.

Kerry’s acknowledgment that Iran is spared from restrictions on testing ballistic missiles appears consistent with rhetoric from senior Iranian leaders.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in recent weeks that the Islamic Republic will not abide by any restrictions imposed by the international community.

Iran is “not committed to the restrictions on its missile program,” Rouhani said, adding that a violation of international restrictions would not impact the nuclear accord.

“We have formally announced that we are not committed to these provisions [related to missiles] mentioned in [the] U.N. resolution,” Rouhani was quoted as saying in an Aug. 29 Persian-language speech broadcast on Iran’s state-controlled television networks.

The nuclear deal states that a violation of U.N. bans on Iran’s missile program would not constitute a violation of the JCPOA.

Within the deal, “we have explained that a violation of the U.N. resolution does not mean violation of the JCPOA,” according to Rouhani, who also said Iran’s missile stockpiles have grown under his tenure as president.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Sep - 06:50 (2015)    Sujet du message: SEEKING SYRIA CLARITY, US SET TO JOIN RUSSIA MILITARY TALKS Répondre en citant

WAR STRATEGY

SEEKING SYRIA CLARITY, US SET TO JOIN RUSSIA MILITARY TALKS

US- Russia's intentions. War strategy for the goyens. They're both under the UN/Security Council.

By MATTHEW LEE 15 hours ago

Kerry: Moscow proposed 'military-to-military' talks on Syria




WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid increasing unease and uncertainty over Russia's intentions, the Obama administration plans to accept an offer from Russia for direct talks on its military buildup in Syria that U.S. officials believe is aimed at propping up Syrian President Bashar Assad.

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Seeking answers to myriad questions about the precise reasoning behind Moscow's recent deliveries of material and manpower to a base in northern Syria, U.S. officials said they expect the administration to begin a military-to-military dialogue with Russia in the coming days. The Pentagon will take the lead in the discussions but the exact level, venue and timing have yet to be determined, officials said.

Those details could be announced as early as Wednesday, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

Secretary of State John Kerry revealed the Russian offer for talks when he told reporters on Wednesday that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had proposed them in a phone call a day earlier. Kerry said he personally thought the idea was a good one, but stressed that the administration was still weighing its merits. Other officials said later that national security adviser Susan Rice had signed off on the talks and that Defense Secretary Ash Carter had agreed.

After their third phone call on the Syria situation since Labor Day weekend, Kerry said Lavrov had proposed a "military-to-military conversation and meeting in order to discuss the issue of precisely what will be done to de-conflict with respect to any potential risks that might be run and have a complete and clear understanding as to the road ahead and what the intentions are."

"You have to have a conversation in order to do that," Kerry said. "It is vital to avoid misunderstandings, miscalculations (and) not to put ourselves in a predicament where we are supposing something and the supposition is wrong."


US Secretary of State John Kerry (right) told Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov that Mosco …

White House spokesman Josh Earnest, without commenting on specific consultations, said the Obama administration "would welcome constructive Russian support for the efforts of the anti-ISIL (Islamic State extremists) coalition in Iraq and in Syria."

Kerry said Lavrov had told him that Russia was only interested in confronting the threat posed by the Islamic State group in Syria. But Kerry stressed that it remained unclear if that position would change and Russia would mount a defense of Assad, who the U.S. believes must leave power.

"Obviously, there are questions about that," he said. "I am not taking that at face value."

However, Kerry added that if Russia is only focused on the Islamic State group, then it remains a potential partner in pushing for a political transition in Syria. "If Russia is only focused only on ISIL and if there is a capacity for cooperation ... there still is a way to get a political negotiation and outcome," the secretary said.

Kerry also said he had spoken on Wednesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose office announced earlier that he would visit Moscow next week to discuss Syria with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russia's military buildup in Syria has perplexed the Obama administration and left it in a quandary as to how to respond. In the afterglow of the Iran nuclear deal, which was hailed by the administration as the kind of diplomacy that can be achieved when Russia and the United States cooperate, U.S. officials had hoped for a change in Russia's position about Syria, potentially even enlisting its support to move Assad out.

Moscow's latest actions, however, have taken many by surprise and further muddied efforts to fight Islamic State militants while trying to promote political transition in Syria.

In recent days Russia has sent about a half-dozen battle tanks and other weaponry — along with military advisers, technicians, security guards and portable housing units — to Syria with the apparent goal of setting up an air base near the coastal town of Latakia, a stronghold of the Syrian president.

U.S. officials say Putin's intentions in Syria, particularly in the medium- to long-term, remain a mystery.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Sep - 07:11 (2015)    Sujet du message: #JadeHelm15 HAS NOT ENDED... IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING - LT COL ROY POTTER / OPERATION MOUNTAIN GUARTIAN DRILL ON 9/23 - 81 AGENCIES WERE INVOLVED 81 AGENCIES WERE INVOLVED / ALERT NEWS DANGER HUNDREDS OF ARMORED 'RED CRESCENT' MILITARY VEHICLES SPOTTED IN Répondre en citant



#JadeHelm15 HAS NOT ENDED... IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING - LT COL ROY POTTER



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OPERATION MOUNTAIN GUARTIAN DRILL ON 9/23 - 81 AGENCIES WERE INVOLVED



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PZKfrnmWAEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFn-3RAwvOg

ALERT NEWS DANGER HUNDREDS OF ARMORED 'RED CRESCENT' MILITARY VEHICLES SPOTTED IN GEORGIA

(International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement)
Founded: 1863, Geneva (Henry Dunant)

http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x86/MonkeyPuzzla/RedCross.jpgThe Red Cross, a secret society? Can it be so? The Red Cross was founded by Henry Dunant in Switzerland, supposedly in response to the Austro-Sardinian war. He witnessed the war first-hand on… you guessed it 24th June – St John the Baptist’s Day. Remember in part 1, we saw that the Templars’ sister order, The Knight’s Hospitaler, were also known as the Knights of St John.

(For a full Wikipedia article, click here)
http://secretdictionary.blogspot.fr/2007/11/red-cross.html

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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Sep - 07:46 (2015)    Sujet du message: SOUTHERN PARTNERSHIP STATION-JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL 15 ARRIVES IN CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA Répondre en citant

SOUTHERN PARTNERSHIP STATION-JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL 15 ARRIVES IN CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA

Story Number: NNS150917-14Release Date: 9/17/2015 2:16:00 PM

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Kathleen A. Gorby

CARTAGENA, Colombia (NNS) -- The joint high-speed vessel USNS Spearhead (JHSV 1), operated by the Military Sealift Command, arrived in Cartagena, Colombia for the Southern Partnership Station-Joint High Speed Vessel 2015 (SPS-JHSV 15) mission, Sept. 16.

On Spearhead's fourth stop it delivered three Adaptive Force Package (AFP) elements ashore- Navy Divers, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technicians and a Mass Communication Specialist.

SPS-JHSV 15's mission to the region exemplifies U.S. Naval Forces and U.S. Southern Command's commitment to cooperative partnerships in the Caribbean, Central and South America.

The AFP team will be joined by Navy Mobile Construction Battalion 133 (NMCB) from Gulfport, Mississipi.

"The Seabees will be building and teaching the Colombian engineers how to create a road challenge course," said Lt. Sean McSwain, from NMCB 133. "This is the first country where the Seabees are able to conduct true subject matter expert exchanges (SMEEs)."

The Navy Divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Company 3-1 from EODMU3 and EOD Technicians from Platoon 642, EODMU6 depart from the AFP currently in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala to conduct SMEEs in Colombia.

"The divers will be focusing on cutting and welding SMEEs," said Ensign Pierce, AFP EOD officer in charge, Platoon 642, EODMU6. "The Colombian divers have a great diving program, which allows for us on to focus on advanced techniques."

In previous countries, divers and EOD worked together during SMEEs. In Colombia, they will be focusing on rating specific specialties and teaching two different groups.

"EOD will be focusing on counter-improvised explosive device exchanges and tool familiarization," said Pierce. "The Colombians are interested in learning more about our bomb suit and robot."

The force's arrival to Cartagena not only serves as a means to assist the local community, but also continues to strengthen ties with our military partners in the 4th Fleet's AOR. The SPS-JHSV 15 mission will continue through mid-October.

U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command and U.S. 4th Fleet support U.S. Southern Command's joint and combined military operations by employing maritime forces in cooperative maritime security operations to counter illicit trafficking, enhance interoperability and build enduring partnerships in order to enhance regional security and promote peace, stability and prosperity in the Caribbean, Central and South American regions

For more news from U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command & U.S. 4th Fleet, visit www.navy.mil/local/cusns/.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 20 Sep - 06:22 (2015)    Sujet du message: JAPAN JUST SHOCKED THE WORLD PREPARING FOR WW3 Répondre en citant

JAPAN JUST SHOCKED THE WORLD PREPARING FOR WW3



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNwHBqAJ8zE

The upper house of Japan's parliament has approved legislation giving more power to the armed forces. This includes permitting the military to fight overseas – something banned for 70 years since WWII.

The Upper House’s final session was called late Friday night and finished early Saturday morning with the enactment of the two controversial security bills. The laws are expected to mark a significant departure from Japan’s postwar pacifism.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, whose ruling block extended the session to Sept. 27 and voted down all the motions from the opposition to ensure that the legislation was passed, says that Japan needs to be up to the challenge in today’s world, taking into account a rising threat from China.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 20 Sep - 10:13 (2015)    Sujet du message: NEW GAY ARMY CHIEF TO STAFF NAZI RE-EDUCATION CAMPS / NAVY SECRETARY THREW US ‘UNDER THE BUS,’ SAY MARINES IN GENDER-INTEGRATED INFANTRY UNIT Répondre en citant

NEW GAY ARMY CHIEF TO STAFF NAZI RE-EDUCATION CAMPS



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Obama to nominate first openly gay service secretary to lead the Army

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NAVY SECRETARY THREW US ‘UNDER THE BUS,’ SAY MARINES IN GENDER-INTEGRATED INFANTRY UNIT



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MessagePosté le: Lun 21 Sep - 04:59 (2015)    Sujet du message: DEPLOIEMENT DES FORCES DE L'ALLIANCE OTAN EN EUROPE : OFFENSIVE SUR LE FRONT ORIENTAL Répondre en citant

DEPLOIEMENT DES FORCES DE L'ALLIANCE OTAN EN EUROPE : OFFENSIVE SUR LE FRONT ORIENTAL

L’art de la guerre


Par Manlio Dinucci
Mondialisation.ca, 15 septembre 2015

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Région : Europe
Thème: Guerre USA OTAN, Militarisation



Cinq cents extracommunautaires sont en train de traverser l’Europe : ce ne sont pas des réfugiés mais des soldats étasuniens du 2ème Régiment de cavalerie qui, avec 110 véhicules blindés, sont en train d’avancer depuis leur base en Allemagne vers la Hongrie à travers République Tchèque et Slovaquie, pour « assurer les alliés Otan que l’armée des Etats-Unis est prête, si nécessaire ».

Pour assurer que les forces de l’Alliance puissent « se déployer dans la région orientale de façon rapide et se préparer à des opérations successives » – annonce le secrétaire général de l’Otan Stoltenberg-  ont été activés six nouveaux quartiers généraux en Lituanie, Estonie, Lettonie, Pologne, Roumanie et Bulgarie. Et tandis que se termine en Allemagne, Italie, Bulgarie et Roumanie la Swift Response, le plus grand exercice Otan de forces aérotransportées depuis la fin de la guerre froide, commence en République Tchèque la Ample Strike dans laquelle des contrôleurs aériens et des pilotes Otan s’entraînent à l’attaque aérienne. De la base de Geilenkirchen en Allemagne décollent chaque jour des avions radar Awacs pour contrôler non seulement l’espace aérien le long des frontières orientales de l’Alliance, mais le russe puisqu’ils peuvent « voir » à plus de 400 Kms de distance. Le Readiness Action Plan prévoit une série d’activités terrestres, navales et aériennes sur le flanc oriental de l’Otan, dont la « mission de patrouille aérienne sur les Etats baltiques » à laquelle participe l’Italie avec des chasseurs-bombardiers Eurofighter Typhoon.



Ce déploiement de forces sera testé et renforcé par l’exercice Trident Juncture 2015 (3 octobre-6 novembre). Y participeront, en même temps que des unités terrestres et navales, plus de 180 avions de 16 pays Otan et 3 partenaires, dont des avions Awacs qui opèreront depuis Trapani Birgi. Dirigés par le Jfac (Joint Force Air Component) italien, dont le siège est à Poggio Renatico (Ferrare), doté aussi de « capacités de déploiement » pour des opérations aériennes hors de l’aire Otan. Un rôle central dans l’exercice sera joué par le Jfc Naples, commandement Otan (avec un staff de 800 militaires au quartier général de Lago Patria, Naples), qui dirige entre autres les opérations navales en Mer Noire dans une fonction anti-russe. Dirigé par l’amiral étasunien Ferguson – qui est aussi commandant des Forces navales étasuniennes en Europe, des forces navales étasuniennes du Commandement Africa et des Forces Otan au Kosovo- le Jfc Naples, en alternance annuelle avec Brunssum (Hollande), joue le rôle de commandement opérationnel de la « Force de riposte » Otan.

Toutes ces forces et opérations Otan dépendent du Commandant suprême allié en Europe, qui est toujours un général étasunien nommé par le Président  (actuellement le général Breedlove). Sous commandement et impulsion étasuniens, l’Otan – qui a déjà englobé tous les pays de l’ex Pacte de Varsovie, trois de l’ex URSS et deux de l’ex Yougoslavie (démolie par une guerre de l’Otan)- avance pour en englober d’autres.  A cette fin elle établit des rapports militaires croissants avec le Monténégro, où des navires de guerre Otan font souvent escale dans le port de Bar, et avec la Géorgie, où a été ouvert un centre d’entraînement Otan.

L’Ukraine, où l’Otan entraîne et arme depuis des années des forces néonazies (utilisées pour le putsch de Place Maïdan et ensuite intégrées dans la Garde nationale) et à présent, aussi, les forces armées, participera comme partenaire à la Trident Juncture 2015. Et sous peu recevra la visite du secrétaire Stoltenberg, à laquelle Kiev attribue « une grande valeur symbolique ».

Ainsi d’autres pays de l’Est, attelés à l’Otan, se trouvent liés surtout aux Etats-Unis qui, avec leur politique du « diviser pour régner », sont en train de transformer de nouveau l’Europe en première ligne d’une confrontation militaire non moins dangereuse que celle de la Guerre froide.

Manlio Dinucci

Edition de mardi 15 septembre 2015 de il manifesto

http://ilmanifesto.info/offensiva-sul-fronte-orientale/

Traduit de l’italien par Marie-Ange Patrizio

Manlio Dinucci est géographe et journaliste. Il a une chronique hebdomadaire “L’art de la guerre” au quotidien italien il manifesto. Parmi ses derniers livres:  Geocommunity (en trois tomes) Ed. Zanichelli 2013; Geolaboratorio, Ed. Zanichelli 2014;Se dici guerra…, Ed. Kappa Vu 2014.

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POPE FRANCIS AND THE VATICAN ENTHUSIASTICALY ENDORSE OBAMA'S IRAN PEACE DEAL

by Colin Taylor • September 15, 2015


Pope Francis has just announced his support for President Obama’s historic nuclear peace deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Vatican’s foreign minister, Archbishop Paul Gallagher, announced at the International Atomic Energy Association that “we hope that the full implementation of [the nuclear deal] will ensure the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program under the [Non-Proliferat and will be a definitive step toward greater stability and security in the region.”

The Vatican is only the latest to join an overwhelming show of support from American civil society and influential groups around the world, including nuclear scientists, United States Army generals and over three hundred American rabbis. The deal has successfully overcome Republican opposition in Congress and on its way to implementation.

The Pope praised the peaceful intentions of the deal and had some implicit criticism for the deal’s detractors, many of whom openly advocate for a war with Iran:

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MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Sep - 10:38 (2015)    Sujet du message: QUELQUES DIZAINES DE VEHICULES MILITAIRES TRANSPORTES SUR UN TRAIN EN LOUISIANE LE 20 SEPTEMBRE - JADE HELM 15 LOUISIANA TRAIN LOAD OF ARMY VEHICLES Répondre en citant



QUELQUES DIZAINES DE VEHICULES MILITAIRES TRANSPORTES SUR UN TRAIN EN LOUISIANE LE 20 SEPTEMBRE  - JADE HELM 15 LOUISIANA TRAIN LOAD OF ARMY VEHICLES

lundi 21 septembre 2015



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PENTAGON RACES TO BOOST CYBER TROOP SIZE


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September 21, 2015

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NSA Stepped In to Thwart OPM Hackers -- Eventually

As U.S. and Chinese leaders reportedly negotiate red lines in cyberspace, there is a hacker troop build-up playing out in their respective countries. 

It is believed China's People's Liberation Army has the deeper bench, with an estimated 100,000 code warriors recruited over the past two decades, and the world's most powerful supercomputer. By comparison, U.S. Cyber Command started from near-scratch in 2010 and wants to reach a force size of 6,200 by 2016. 

But it's anyone's guess as to which cyber military has the most aptitude.

"As we have continued to grow the cyber mission force, we're getting the right numbers of people," said Vice Adm. Jan Tighe, commander of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command. "Whether we are getting the right people is still yet to be determined," 

The Pentagon is deploying the recruits immediately, anyway, because the threat has arrived. 

"We are using teams that are pre-[initial operating capability] and we can't wait for them to be necessarily fully trained, fully equipped, when there is an adversary that needs to be dealt with inside of our networks," she said.

CYBERCOM is in the middle of organizing 133 cyber teams across the military branches, according to Defense Department officials. 

Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin, deputy commander of CYBERCOM, said components are being dispatched "when they have recognizable units that can function” because the need is “so dire." Both he and Tighe spoke at the Billington Cybersecurity Summit in Washington on Sept. 17.

China is not the only cyber power of concern to the United States. As of November 2010, Iran had positioned 1,500 cyberwarriors at the keyboards, according to a 2013 Middle East Media Research Institute study. North Korea reportedly maintains a 6,000-strong cyber militia. 

China, however, has incessantly struck at the heart of the U.S. economy. On Wednesday, Obama told Business Roundtable members that cybersecurity "will probably be one of the biggest topics that I discuss with President Xi [Jinping]" when the two meet later this week. 

The aggravation for U.S. officials is not so much the excavation of U.S. government data, but rather the gross theft of intellectual property.

Intelligence gathering "is fundamentally different from your government or its proxies engaging directly in industrial espionage and stealing trade secrets” from companies, Obama said.  “That we consider an act of aggression that has to stop.”

He went as far suggesting U.S. government coders could outhack any rival, if push comes to shove. 

"Although the Chinese and Russians are close, we're still the best at this," Obama said. "And if we wanted to go on offense, a whole bunch of countries would have some significant problems" that America would rather not inflict on the Internet.

'Start With 9th Graders'

The age range of U.S. cyber troops trends low, a distinction that carries benefits and risks. Pentagon computer whizzes might have little military experience, but their talent impresses top brass.

There is no such thing as a 20-year veteran of CYBERCOM. Right now, "we bring them out of high school, mostly enlisted," McLaughlin said. Then, “the military services are training them to be world-class, advanced cyber operators."

He gushed over the programming skills of these men and women. One young man on a defensive mission, "he saw the Matrix, like in the movie. He lived in the 1s and 0s. His team was maneuvering in cyberspace against a maneuvering adversary, and he understood every bit of the technology that the adversary was using, what we were using” and what other assets would be necessary to deal with the threat.  

In the near future, CYBERCOM members must protect systems that don't even look like computers, so even today's training might soon be outdated. 

There now is a demand for power engineers and aerospace engineers that understand the cyber vulnerabilities in the structures they are building, Tighe said.

"We've got to evolve our educational side to begin to really get after securing the Internet of Things, not just the IT systems that we have," she said. 

And that means tapping middle school graduates. 

"We need to start with ninth-graders," she said. "Really. To hook them into this.... if they don't start at that point, it's hard to catch up in terms of having the math skills to go into engineering type programs." 

To date, trial and error has guided capacity planning, Tighe acknowledged. 

The genesis of CYBERCOM was, essentially, “we have a sense of urgency that we need more capacity and capability to deal with cyberspace operations than what we have today," she said. "Is it enough capacity? I don't know if we know the answer to that yet.”

There is certainly optimism in the voices of McLaughlin and Tighe that there will be enough bodies and brains at the control panels.

 "I think that being two, two-and-a-half years into the build, we're in a pretty darn mature place . . . we still have a long way to go."

(Image via Frontpage/ Shutterstock.com)

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VETOED DRONE LEGISLATION THE RIGHT STEP FOR GROWING INDUSTRY


A Parrot Bebop drone flies during a demonstration event in San Francisco. // Jeff Chiu/AP File Photo

By Gary Shapiro and Brian Wynne September 21, 2015

Gary Shapiro is president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association and author of “Ninja Innovation: The Ten Killer Strategies of the World's Most Successful Businesses” and “The Comeback: How Innovation Will Restore the American Dream.” His views are his own. Connect with him on Twitter: @GaryShapiro. Brian Wynne is president and CEO of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, the largest association representing the unmanned systems and robotics industries. Connect with him on Twitter: @BWynne.

Commercial drones -- also called unmanned aircraft systems -- offer an amazing and ever-increasing array of beneficial applications. They can deliver prescription drugs, help in search-and-rescue efforts and aid disaster-relief missions.

Yet, flying in the face of innovation and opportunity, some states are trying to ground or prematurely restrict this life-changing technology. On Sept. 9, California Gov. Jerry Brown wisely vetoed a bill that would have outlawed flying drones below an arbitrary altitude over private property without permission. While the UAS industry supports the safe, nonintrusive use of drones, Senate Bill 142 would have taken a wrong and damaging approach.

Brown recognized the concerns expressed by a broad coalition of private and commercial users, manufacturers and retailers of UAS. While we agree that issues of privacy as it relates to drones need to be addressed, SB 142 was the wrong approach. In fact, a national initiative on drone-related privacy issues led by the U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration began this summer and includes a wide range of public and private sector stakeholders.

The recent measure didn’t provide any commercial, research or educational exemptions. That was a serious concern that went well beyond California’s borders, as major companies are poised to invest billions in this technology and provide exciting new services to consumers. And the bill’s 350-foot flight limit was a purely arbitrary ceiling that didn’t recognize the realities of UAS operation.

As a result, the measure could well have led to litigation against drone users and thwarted a growing and innovative industry -- one that’s poised to deliver roughly 18,000 new jobs to California and more than $14 billion in economic impact in the state over the next 10 years. Ill-considered measures, such as the one Brown correctly vetoed, could drive jobs and innovation over the border and overseas.

Drones may represent the ultimate in disruptive technology. At the first international Drones for Good competition earlier this year, Swiss company Flyability took home a $1 million research grant for its work on Gimball, a drone protected by a rotating cage that enables it to navigate small spaces and survive collisions with other objects without losing its stability — critical in hard-to-navigate rescue zones.

Examples abound of innovative drone uses that reduce environmental impact, provide support in emergencies and streamline productivity. The Swiss postal service is testing mail delivery by drones, a service that could offer one-day delivery of timely laboratory-test results to doctors. Also, farmers are interested in using drones to survey crops and identify problem spots to help reduce water and pesticide use.

Other life-saving benefits of drones are far more literal. In Wisconsin, an 82-year-old man who was missing for three days was found in 20 minutes when David Lesh heard the story and deployed his drone. A drone successfully delivered medical supplies to a rural health clinic southwestern Virginia. And Motorola recently announced it’s partnering with CyPhy, a leader in tethered UAS that can stay in the air indefinitely and provide support in first-responder situations.

The Federal Aviation Administration and other stakeholders need to weigh the benefits of improved technology and more innovation against privacy and safety concerns. Our associations are promoting and supporting consumers’ responsible drone use through the Know Before You Fly campaign, which warns consumers against potentially dangerous activities, such as flying above a predetermined flight ceiling or near airports and sports stadiums.

The associations we represent look forward to a balanced and thoughtful UAS policy framework from the federal government and the stakeholder groups.
We recognize the temptation of local lawmakers to move first and impose requirements around this new technology. That’s why the FAA needs to complete its job and finalize rules on flying UAS, as mandated by Congress. Only the FAA can regulate airspace; states and municipalities cannot. It’s critical for the federal government to assert its preemption authority and clarify this matter.

With UAS, as with other innovative technology, we must avoid a patchwork of local laws thwarting the life-changing benefits drones offer us -- faster delivery of supplies after disasters, lower fuel consumption and carbon emissions, and more efficient crop production.

We benefit enormously from innovation, but its path to the marketplace is often unpredictable. Policymakers may influence how products are made and sold, but we see companies are already regulating themselves with a focus on safety, security and reliability.

When they don’t, the public holds them accountable. Only then should the government step in. And when the government does step in, it should do so comprehensively -- as a partner focused on creating a business and regulatory environment where life-changing innovation is encouraged, not grounded.

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MILITARY TRAIN TRANSPORT WITH HOWITZERS!

VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=50&v=_N_fi_5AVHs

Although they tell us Jade Helm 15 ended September 15, there still seems to be pretty interesting military equipment being transported via train. I know it is in Gulfport Mississippi heading west towards LA and TX.


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LA RUSSIE VIENT DE DECLARER LA GUERRE OFFICIELLEMENT A L'ETAT ISLAMIQUE

Par Papa Falco dans Accueil le 20 Septembre 2015 à 16:45



La chaîne télévisée israélienne annonce a l'instant que la Russie vient de déclarer la guerre officiellement à l'État islamique, des navires de guerre, des avions de chasse et hélicoptères de combat vont arriver en Syrie dans les prochains jours afin de neutraliser définitivement et mettre hors d'état de nuire l’Etat islamique (EI) et les rebelles sur le territoire Syrien. - le Président Russe Vladimir Poutine s'est entretenu il y a quelques jours avec le Président Syrien Bachar al-Assad afin de définir les modalités ainsi que les positions essentielles cartographiées, de façon à en finir rapidement avec cette situation que le Président Russe qualifie de dramatique sur un plan général et humanitaire

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SALEHI : "TOUT ACTE HOSTILE A L'IRAN ENTRAÎNERA LA FIN D'ISRAËL"




Le commandant de l'armée iranienne, le général Ataollah Salehi, a affirmé que « l’Iran n'est exposé à aucune menace de la part de ses voisins mais si Israël procède à tout acte hostile, il sera anéanti ».

Le commandant de l’armée iranienne  a déclaré aux journalistes : « Nous sommes impatients de voir les sionistes effectuer une action à notre encontre pour que nous mettions fin à leur existence avant le délai de 25 ans que nous leur avions déjà promis pour ainsi débarrasser le monde entier de leur existence funeste et faire épargner aux contribuables américains les taxes qui leur sont alloués ».

"Aujourd’hui, nous ne constatons aucune option à notre encontre et ce que profèrent les ennemis ne sont que des menaces creuses. L’Arrogance mondiale pourrait contaminer la région par tous les moyens, en dirigeant les opérations terroristes, elle pourrait aussi pousser certains pays à former une coalition pour servir ses propres intérêts ».

Par ailleurs, les forces navales iraniennes veulent organiser au cours des prochains mois un exercice naval conjoint avec des bâtiments de guerre russes.

Le commandant de la Marine iranienne, l'amiral Habibollah Sayyari, a annoncé l'intention de son pays de tenir un exercice conjoint avec les forces navales russes, a annoncé l'agence ISNA.

"La Marine de l'armée iranienne organisera un exercice conjoint avec la Marine russe", a déclaré l'amiral cité par l'agence. "Nous avons récemment tenu des exercices avec les flottes russe et indienne", a-t-il ajouté.

Habibollah Sayyari a également souligné que des bâtiments de guerre iraniens se "rendraient dans les prochains mois en Russie".

L'agence Sputnik ne dispose pas pour le moment de commentaires du ministère russe de la Défense.


Source: Sputnik  
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U.S. AND CHINA COMPETE FOR HACKING PERSONNEL 

by Ryan Maass
Washington (UPI) Sep 21, 2015



A new kind of arms race is underway between the United States and China, potentially involving 9th grade soldiers.

As American and Chinese officials are set to discuss what is in effect a disarmament deal in cyberspace, each country prepares to recruit more hackers to stand ready on the front lines.

The United States is comparatively late to the cyber war game, with the People's Liberation Army reportedly boasting for a hacking force 100,000 strong, 20 years in the making. By contrast, the U.S. Cyber Command started in 2010, and aims to employ 6,200 coders by 2016.

Many U.S. military officials are worried that the process is actually too fast, with concerns over vetting the right employees being a top concern.

"As we have continued to grow the cyber mission force, we're getting the right numbers of people," said Vice Adm. Jan Tighe, commander of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command, in a statement, "whether we are getting the right people is still yet to be determined."

Cyber troop recruits are a lot younger than their conventional military counterparts.

"We bring them out of high school, " said Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin, deputy commander of CYBERCOM, "the military services are training them to be world-class, advanced cyber operators."

While each country continues to bolster their forces behind a keyboard, political leaders from each country will soon engage in talks about limiting global cyber war.

According to officials familiar with the talks, each country will commit to not being the first country to use cyber assets to attack another's infrastructure and economy during peacetime.

China President Xi Jingping is scheduled to visit the United States and meet with President Obama on September 24.

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LA MARINE RUSSE MENERA DES ENTRAÎNEMENTS DE GUERRE A PROXIMITE D'ISRAËL

24 septembre 2015  |   Classé dans: L'Actualité dans le Monde  |   Publié par: Alyaexpress-News

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Quelques jours après la réunion entre Netanyahu avec Poutine à Moscou, le ministère russe de la Défense a annoncé que sa marine prendra part à des exercices navales en Septembre-Octobre dans la Méditerranée orientale.

L’implication du Kremlin dans la région est sans limite : terre, mer et ciel: l’armée russe a annoncé aujourd’hui (jeudi) qu’elle effectuera des manœuvres navales pour la fin septembre et au mois d’Octobre dans la partie orientale de la Méditerranée.

Cette annonce ne peut qu’exacerber les tensions dans la région en raison du fait que la Russie a récemment augmenté de façon significative son soutien au régime syrien, par la présence de son armée et la construction de bases militaires dans le pays arabe, avec des dizaines de chars et des avions de combat au grand dam de l’Occident.

« En Septembre et Octobre, les forces navales russes effectueront des exercices dans la partie orientale de la Méditerranée » a annoncé le ministère russe de la Défense. Il a été rapporté que trois armées russes mèneront des jeux de guerre au cours de ses prochaines manœuvres. La semaine dernière, la Russie et Chypre ont procédé à des exercices militaires dans ce domaine.

Le ministre de la défense de la France a dit qu’il était préoccupé par l’augmentation de la présence militaire « la plus importante » de Russie en Syrie.

L’annonce de ministère russe de la Défense intervient quelques jours après la réunion du président russe Vladimir Poutine à Moscou avec le Premier ministre israélien Benjamin Netanyahu. Au cours de la réunion les deux ont convenu d’établir un mécanisme commun pour les deux pays pour éviter des frictions entre les forces israéliennes et les troupes russes en Syrie. Le porte-parole du Kremlin  a annoncé aujourd’hui des accords entre la Russie et Israël sur plusieurs points et la coopération sur la question de la Syrie. Il a également refusé de commenter sur les rapports que l’armée de l’air russe frappe un État arabe sur des cibles de « l’État islamique » (Daesh).

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MessagePosté le: Ven 25 Sep - 05:07 (2015)    Sujet du message: CONTINUING PROMISE 2015 PARTNERS WITH CUBAN MEDICAL DELEGATION IN HAITI Répondre en citant

CONTINUING PROMISE 2015 PARTNERS WITH CUBAN MEDICAL DELEGATION IN HAITI

Story Number: NNS150924-08Release Date: 9/24/2015 2:03:00 PM

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Kameren Guy Hodnett, CP-15 Public Affairs


150917-N-XQ474-467 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Sept. 17, 2015) Lt. David Myles, a pediatrician assigned to Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, N.C., gives Dr. Michel Escalona Martin, a Cuban medical team member, a Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) ball cap during a tour of a medical site established at St. Luc Hospital in support of Continuing Promise 2015. Continuing Promise is a U.S. Southern Command-sponsored and U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet-conducted deployment to conduct civil-military operations including humanitarian-civil assistance, subject matter expert exchanges, medical, dental, veterinary and engineering support and disaster response to partner nations and to show U.S. support and commitment to Central and South America and the Caribbean. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Andrew Schneider/Released)

  
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (NNS) -- The Continuing Promise (CP-15) team, embarked aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20), completed a mission stop to Port Au Prince, Sept. 17.

The mission stop in Haiti included a historical engagement between a Cuban medical delegation and members of CP-15 leadership and medical staff.

Arranged in coordination with the U.S. Embassy in Port Au Prince, each country hosted tours and medical engagements with their respective medical staffs, embassy staffs and leadership.

On Sept. 11th, the Cuban Ambassador to Haiti, Ricardo Garcia Napoles, the Charge de Affairs of the U.S. Embassy in Haiti, Brian Shukan, and several Cuban doctors visited with CP-15 personnel during the opening ceremony at the Amiral Killick Coast Guard Station, followed by a reception aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship, USNS Comfort (T-AH 20).

Prior to the reception, guests were given a tour of Comfort's Medical Treatment Facility (MTF), where subject matter experts explained the role of each medical space and the capabilities of the ship and mission crew.

On Sept. 15th, the CP-15 medical staff took part in a tour and subject matter expert exchanges (SMEEs) at La Renaissance hospital, a Cuban medical site. During this engagement, two CP-15 optometrists partnered with a Cuban ophthalmologist. Together, they treated a patient and shared information from their respective fields of medicine.

Cmdr. Eric Barnes and Lt. Cmdr. William Hill, both optometrists serving on the CP-15 mission, worked alongside Dr. Zuzel Carulla Mora using a slit lamp to examine the eyes of a Haitian patient under magnification.

"We discussed the Cuban medical clinic's surgical capabilities and the incidence of common ocular diseases seen in the Haitian population," said Barnes. "Learning that the Cuban doctors were seeing similar ocular disease presentations reinforced our understanding of what conditions to look for in the optometry clinic at our U.S. Navy medical engagement sites."

The Cuban medical personnel and Cuban Embassy of Haiti staff, including the Cuban Ambassador to Haiti, provided a tour of La Renaissance hospital to U.S. Embassy staff and the CP-15 mission commander, Capt. Sam Hancock. The tour gave an overview of medical operations at the site, revealing mutual goals that both Cuban and American medical professionals strive to achieve.

On Sept. 17th, Cuban and CP-15 medical staff met for a second time. The second meeting offered an opportunity for leadership and doctors from the MTF to highlight the medical mission and share best practices. The areas of medical expertise focused on during the engagement included pediatrics, general medicine, optometry, ophthalmology and general surgery.

The Cuban medical staff shared similar medical backgrounds with their CP-15 counterparts, allowing for relevant and efficient exchange of information and treatment of patients at the medical site.

"The opportunity we shared with the U.S. Embassy, to collaborate and engage with the Cuban medical delegation, allowed us to optimize the care each of us provides to the people of Haiti," said Capt. Christine Sears, commanding officer of the MTF aboard Comfort. "In each of our mission stops, it has been our goal to provide the best patient care possible. By participating in these engagements, we are able to further that goal by exchanging best practices and observations."

Upon completion of the mission stop in Haiti, the Cuban medical delegation attended the closing ceremony, alongside Haitian government officials, CP-15 personnel, U.S. Embassy staff and other distinguished guests.

During the ceremony, the Charge de Affairs, shared his insights about the engagements that took place between the Cuban medical delegation, the U.S. Embassy and CP-15 mission personnel.

"It is obvious to me that one of the most important aspects of CP-15 is bringing people together," said Shukan. "We all want to see improved and sustainable healthcare in Haiti, and we were excited to do this important work with Cuba. I want to take a moment to reflect on this historic engagement with Cuba in Haiti, where we witnessed Cuban and American healthcare activity at La Renaissance and St. Luc hospital."

By the end of the mission, over 14,000 patients received care in Haiti, with some having been cared for by both CP-15 and Cuban doctors during the collaborations that took place throughout the week. This combined effort was a reflection of the common goal shared by the CP-15 mission team and the Cuban medical delegation, a goal that focuses on providing care and support to the people of Haiti.

Since departing Norfolk, Va. in April, CP-15 personnel have treated more than 122,000 patients throughout 11 mission stops which included Belize, Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador, Colombia, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Haiti.

Continuing Promise is a U.S. Southern Command-sponsored and U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet-conducted deployment to conduct civil-military operations including humanitarian-civil assistance, subject matter expert exchanges, medical, dental, veterinary and engineering support and disaster response to partner nations and to show U.S. support and commitment to Central and South America and the Caribbean.

For more news from Continuing Promise, visit www.navy.mil/local/cp/.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 25 Sep - 05:10 (2015)    Sujet du message: NMCP ER NURSES, SIMULATION TRAINING TEAM CONTINUING PROMISE 2015 Répondre en citant

NMCP ER NURSES, SIMULATION TRAINING TEAM CONTINUING PROMISE 2015

Story Number: NNS150924-04Release Date: 9/24/2015 10:32:00 AM 

By Cmdr. Christopher Niles, Lt. Robert Williamson, and Ens. Norving Gutierrez

USNS COMFORT, At Sea (NNS) -- A training team from Naval Medical Center Portsmouth's (NMCP) Bioskills Simulation and Training Center and Emergency Room nurses embarked the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) in support of Continuing Promise 2015 (CP-15) from April through Sept. 2015.

The multidisciplinary team was led by Cmdr. Christopher Niles, who currently serves as Comfort's senior nurse educator and department head for the Casualty Receiving (CASREC) department.

Nine additional staff members comprised of nurses and Hospital Corpsmen joined Niles in CASREC to serve as instructors for the Trauma Nurse Care course (TNCC), the Tactical Combat Casualty Care course (TCCC), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS).

Additional tasks included instructor's simulation drivers, moulage experts and assisting with the coordination of mass casualty training exercises, code blue drills, man overboard drills, pandemic outbreak drills and general trauma training.

The embarked team assisted in the training of 1,000 medical personnel during two multidisciplinary mass casualty drills, 16 code blue drills, four general trauma drills and three pandemic/infectious disease drills containing over 50 simulated casualties. The simulated casualties included life actors with moulage gear and high-fidelity patient care simulators.

During the series of mass casualty drills, simulated patients were triaged on the ship's flight deck and then moved to CASREC for continued treatment.

Once in CASREC, patient simulators augmented the shipboard actors as training aids for continued treatment. The simulators allowed the medical providers to perform hands-on training skills including: intravenous (IV)/ intraosseous (IO) placement, chest tube placement, intubation, defibrillation with live electricity, tourniquet placement, and focused assessment with sonography for trauma (FAST) exams. Several of these simulations were recorded to provide staff with performance improvement opportunities and feedback.

The training was accomplished by providing moulage for the live-actors and utilized advanced patient simulators.

Additionally, senior Nurse Corps officers served as observers and facilitators, challenging the staff's critical thinking skills and enhancing the overall learning experience. After each drill, the training team members provided feedback and discussed lessons learned with the crew to encourage an environment of continuous improvement, efficiency and quality.

The training team consisted of NMCP Nurse Corps officers, Hospital Corpsmen and a civilian volunteer representing Latter-day Saints Charities. The team brought with them first-hand experience in emergency medicine and real-world experience with combat medicine and humanitarian assistance from their previous operational assignments.

The training team taught three Tactical Combat Casualty Care courses (TCCC) to 15 shipboard personnel and over 130 host nation personnel, as well as nine ACLS classes, seven PALS classes and 12 BLS classes to over 890 host nation participants.

Additionally, the team facilitated ten skill stations for first time deployed personnel at the "Skills Station Fair", teaching a range of topics including basic electrocardiogram (EKG) interpretation, suture skills, IV placement, bag-valve mask ventilation, cardiac monitoring, defibrillator use, nasogastric tube placement, FAST scan assessment, respiratory and circulatory assessment.

This mission was the first time that advanced patient simulation equipment was used aboard Comfort while underway. The collaboration with host nation partners greatly enhanced the military medicine objectives of the common goal of interoperability of a combined medical force and increasing the familiarity of partner nation military medicine practices, capabilities and experiences through the use of subject matter expert exchanges (SMEEs).

"Having the simulation equipment has increased my skills as a junior nurse corps officer and my confidence in the ability to deliver high quality care," said Ensign Norving Gutierrez, assigned to CASREC. "The training here is so realistic that it reminds me of real-world scenarios that I have encountered while deployed to combat zones as a prior enlisted Hospital Corpsman with the Fleet Marine Forces."

Gutierrez's statements were furthered echoed by other members of the training team and crew.

Lt. Robert Williamson, an emergency room nurse assigned to CASREC and former Navy Diver, said he had little experience working with the simulators prior to the deployment, but now regularly uses them to train Navy nurses and hospital corpsmen.

"This level of realistic training significantly increased the practical knowledge and confidence of our staff," said Williamson. "With this equipment, I was able to conduct several drills each day, covering multiple topics. In a real world environment, the first-hand exposure to all of these situations could potentially take months, possibly years."

Williamson added that the training contributed to a deeper level of understanding and application of ACLS, PALS, and other algorithms that are used in daily practice.

"The experience, education, and confidence gained by training with the simulators teach an amazing level of critical thinking and decision making to our staff," he said.
The Comfort training team also implemented the Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (Team STEPPS) system into each of their training scenarios and classes in order to improve communication and skills that are vital to successful teamwork in the healthcare environment.

The Team STEPPS system was developed by the Department of Defense's Patient Safety Program. The goal of the system is to increase a team's awareness and understanding of the roles within that team in order to improve the sharing of information and eliminate barriers to patient safety.

The program gives every team member the ability to provide crucial information to the team and uses a simple process of escalation to ensure that all input, regardless of the source, is given the appropriate amount of consideration. The training serves to empower members to have a more proactive role within the team and encourages people to speak up when they notice preventable mistakes and changes in the patient's condition.

The training team is currently preparing to setup a permanent simulation center aboard Comfort that will be used to conduct training for future missions.

Plans are currently underway to gain accreditation from the American College of Surgeons through collaboration with the Bioskills and Simulation Center located at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth.

Continuing Promise is a U.S. Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet-conducted deployment to conduct civil-military operations including humanitarian-civil assistance, subject matter expert exchanges, medical, dental, veterinary and engineering support and disaster response to partner nations and to show the United States' continued support and commitment to Central and South America and the Caribbean.

For more news from Continuing Promise, visit www.navy.mil/local/cp/.

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http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/en/operations-training/index.page

Les Forces armées canadiennes intègrent l’exercice multinational PANAMAX 2015

San Antonio, Texas — Une discussion énergique de groupes de travail, des briefings et des conversations assistées par des traducteurs dans de multiples langues ont composé l’horaire quotidien au Centre de commandement des forces terrestres combinées (CCFTC) lors de la tenue de l’exercice PANAMAX 2015 (PMX 15).
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L’exercice stalwart guardian tire à sa fin à la garnison petawawa

Après environ deux semaines de travail acharné et d’entraînement à la Garnison Petawawa, plus de 1 500 participants de l’exercice STALWART GUARDIAN 2015 (SG 15) ont terminé leur formation et sont retournés à leurs unités d’attache partout en Ontario. L’exercice a été expressément conçu pour les réservistes de l’Armée canadienne de la 4e Division du Canada.
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Ex KHAAN QUEST: Un reportage photo de Caporal Andrew Wesley

Oulan-Batar, Mongolie — Caporal Andrew Wesley, un technicien en imagerie de l'Armée canadienne, documente les efforts humanitaires du Canada en Mongolie au cours de l'exercice KHAAN QUEST 2015.
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Des techniciens médicaux de l’armée s’exercent aux évacuations par hélicoptère dans le cadre de l’exercice stalwart guardian

Un Griffon CH146 du 427e Escadron d’opérations spéciales d’aviation se positionne pour atterrir à la station médicale de la base, pendant que quatre brancardiers se préparent à transporter une victime vers l’hélicoptère en vue de son évacuation.
Le 27 août 2015

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SOUTHERN SEAS | UNITAS 2015

9/21/2015

The U.S. Navy has deployed the USS George Washington task group to the waters surrounding Latin America and the Caribbean to conduct the Southern Seas 2015 deployment and take part in the multinational UNITAS naval exercises.  From September - December 2015, the task group will train alongside multinational forces to enhance cooperative partnerships with regional maritime services and improve operational readiness.  USS George Washington will also circumnavigate South America as it transits to Norfolk, Va. for scheduled refueling. 

 
Photo of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) transiting the Eastern Pacific Ocean Aug. 7, 2015.  The carrier is in the U.S. 4th Fleet area of operations for the Southern Seas 2015 deployment and participate in UNITAS 2015, from late Sept. to mid Dec. 2015. (US Navy photo)
Latest  Sept. 21: USS George Washington in Latin America for Southern Seas 2015
 

Overview

Southern Seas 2015 is a U.S. Southern Command-directed operation planned by Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command / Commander, U.S. Fourth Fleet and carried out by USS George Washington (CVN 73). USS George Washington task group includes Carrier Strike Group NINE (CSG9), Carrier Air Wing TWO (CVW-2), USNS Big Horn (T-AO-198), USNS Guadalupe (T-AO-200), USS Chafee (DDG 90) and USS McFaul (DDG 74).

Southern Seas 2015 supports the U.S. Maritime Strategy and U.S. Southern Command objectives for enhanced maritime security in the region.  The deployment provides the opportunity for U.S and partner nation forces to operate in a multinational environment, refine coordination, improve interoperability and demonstrate flexibility.

The task group will conduct a variety of exercises and multinational exchanges. These exchanges include Distinguished Visitor embark engagements with Panama, Peru, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay; and bilateral at-sea operations with Japan, Peru, Chile and Brazil.  USS George Washington will also visit Peru, Chile, and Brazil during port visits.

As part of Southern Seas 2015, the multinational exercise UNITAS 2015 will be conducted in two phases: UNITAS Pacific and UNITAS Atlantic.

About UNITAS

UNITAS, Latin for “unity,” is a longstanding, combined South American and U.S.-sponsored annual exercise series.  

UNITAS supports U.S. Southern Command objectives for enhanced maritime security in its area of responsibility.  It is intended to train participating forces in a variety of maritime scenarios to test command and control of forces at sea, while operating as a multinational force to provide the maximum opportunity to improve interoperability.

UNITAS Pacific

UNITAS Pacific is scheduled for mid-October 2015. Chile will host the exercise, with participation from Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, and the United States.

The following U.S. assets will participate in UNITAS Pacific: USS George Washington (CVN 73), Carrier Strike Group NINE (CSG9), Carrier Air Wing TWO (CVW-2), USS Chafee (DDG 90), USNS Guadalupe (T-AO-200), Commander, Destroyer Squadron 23 (CDS-23), U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet staff, VP-9, VP-62 ANG KC-135, and U.S. Navy Reserve augmentees.

Participating Chilean forces include seven ships, two submarines, and four aircraft. Colombia and Mexico will each provide one ship with a helicopter detachment.

UNITAS Atlantic

UNITAS Atlantic is scheduled for mid-November 2015. Brazil will host the exercise, with participation from Cameroon, Chile, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, and the United States.

The following U.S. assets will participate in UNITAS Atlantic: USS George Washington (CVN 73), Carrier Strike Group NINE (CSG9), Carrier Air Wing TWO (CVW-2), USS Chafee (DDG 90), USS McFaul (DDG 74), USNS Big Horn (T-AO-198), Commander, Destroyer Squadron 23 (CDS-23), U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet staff, VP-8, KC-135, and U.S. Naval Reserve augmentees.

Brazil will participate with six ships, one submarine, and eight aircraft. Chile will participate with one ship and a helicopter and Peru will participate with one ship, one helicopter, and one Fokker F-60 aircraft.

Background

This is the eighth Southern Seas deployment conducted in the region since 2006.  The first deployment, then known as Partnership of the Americas, also included the aircraft carrier USS George Washington.

UNITAS, the U.S. Navy`s longest-running annual multilateral exercise, was first carried out in 1960 and has been held every year since. UNITAS exercises are conducted annually in Atlantic and Pacific waters around South America. UNITAS enhances friendly, mutual cooperation and understanding between participating navies by developing interoperability in naval operations among the nations of the region.

Pdf document : http://www.southcom.mil/aboutus/Documents/UNITAS GOLD booklet.pdf


http://www.southcom.mil/newsroom/Pages/Southern-Seas-UNITAS-2015.aspx


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DRONES ARMED WITH HIGH-ENERGY LASERS MAY ARRIVE IN 2017


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By Patrick Tucker Defense One September 24, 2015
NEXTGOV

Flying military robots armed with high-energy lasers? It’s a future that is exciting, terrifying — and perhaps just two years away.

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc., or GA-ASI,  the San Diego-based company that makes the Predator and Reaper drones, is undertaking a privately funded study to integrate a 150-kilowatt solid-state laser onto its Avenger (née Predator-C) drone. If the company succeeds, a drone with a high-energy laser will be a reality at some point in 2017, company executives told Defense One.

“We’re funded right now to develop a laser module compatible with the aircraft and study putting it on the Avenger,” Michael Perry, Vice President for Mission Systems at GA-ASI, told Defense One. “We hope to be funded to do that,” he said.

The company is far better known for its MQ-1s and MQ-9s — the backbones of the Pentagon’s drone strike force — than for its work with lasers. But in June, the company delivered a 150-kilowatt liquid laser to the Pentagon for extensive testing at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.

For comparison, the 30 kw laser (output) currently on the Ponce in the Persian Gulf has more than enough output to destroy an enemy drone or blow a hole in a boat. In addition to 5 times the power, the significant increase in beam quality provides significantly higher lethality than the system on the Ponce.

Bringing these two technologies together involves a lot more than strapping a laser cannon under the drone’s wings. Hitting a target with a laser mounted on a vibrating platform moving quickly through air laden with dust and water vapor is tougher than launching a Hellfire at a moving vehicle.

“Before you spend any money on a laser you better darn well show that you can acquire, ID, and track the objects of interest so that you could put a laser on them,” said Perry. “You have to be able to compensate for aero-optic distortion.”

After you solve the targeting problem, the laws of physics present their own challenges. Lasers in the 150-kilowatt range are big, heavy, and power-hungry. Shrinking size-weight-and-power, or SWAP, scores to workable levels remains the biggest obstacle to arming aircraft with lasers. Weight alone will likely bar 150 kw lasers from the MQ-1; engineers have set their sights on building weapons for the Predator-C and its 3,000-pound payload capacity.

GA-ASI has designed a power system for drone lasers that works almost like a hybrid car, the non-plugin kind. “You use the aircraft power to charge an intermediate storage system, and then that runs the laser when it’s doing laser shots,” said Perry.

He said the current design can get off five or six shots before needing to recharge, which happens in the air, over the course of several minutes.

“If there’s enough time between shots you never have to recharge at all. It depends on how much time you have to re-target,” said Perry.

While GA-ASI is underwriting the current research, the military is keen get lasers onto aircraft. The Missile Defense Agency, orMDA, has funded research on tracking and targeting capabilities for drones.

“The work that we’re doing with the General Atomics Reaper and the work that we did with the Boeing Phantom Eye starts to show it can be done, in terms of these long-range sensing and tracking capabilities that we need,” MDA director Vice Adm. James Syring told reporters last month.

“We’ve been funded for years to develop high-energy laser systems. The maturity of our approach is further along than others because we’ve been working on it for a long time, for 15 years. [high-energy laser research is] coming out of the laboratory in a leakage-type way” GA-ASI’s Perry said.

The company has another advantage over its competitors in the race to build laser-armed drones: they make the ground control stations, including the next generation ground control station that the Pentagon hopes will improve the dreary job of drone operation. This gives them an advantage when it comes to creating the virtual gunsights and trigger for the laser.

“What we’ve shown is that the laser control is compatible with the new ground station,” he said. ”From a hardware standpoint, all the hardware exists to control it inside the station.”

However, Perry says that laser drones will require an entirely new software load, and that’s not all: “You’ll have a whole new concept of operations. Completely new training will be required,” he said.

If GA-ASI  — or someone else — succeeds in making lasers into a practical wing-mounted weapon, it will usher in a new battlefield role for medium-sized tactical drones. Perry imagines a completely different mission than simple loitering and striking targets, one more geared toward protecting U.S. forces from enemies that are firing on them.

“You would have a capability for close-air support, aircraft defense, counter-air, and even some types of non-lethal actions. You would really be expanding the mission space… The focus at this point is principally defensive missions,” he said.

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UN PEACEKEEPING NEEDS MAJOR TECHNOLOGICAL UPDATE


An Argentinean UN peacekeeper stands guard in northern Cyprus. // Petros Karadjias/AP

By Nadeen Shaker Quartz September 24, 2015
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UN peacekeeping troops used to say that if villagers wanted to alert troops that they were in danger, they had to “bang their pots and pans together.” The saying shows how outdated UN technology used to be. Even now, UN missions do not use their technology to its full potential, according to a recent report.

Written by the Expert Panel on Technology and Innovation in UN Peacekeeping, referred to as the Expert Panel, it proposes that peacekeepers begin to incorporate new technologies into their peacekeeping missions. The recommendations have the support of the UN’s peacekeeping department. Yet, which technologies to incorporate, as well as their hefty costs, complicate the initiative.

UN troops go on missions without technology that most militaries, law-enforcement agencies and international-aid organizations take for granted. Besides facing outdated accommodations and transportation, UN troops have little to no access to radio, telephone, or data communications. Even smartphones and tablets are not in the peacekeepers’ kits.

Forces on the ground do not use crucial surveillance and monitoring technologies, such as video-enabled observation posts or ground-surveillance radar monitors, to keep staff-residential and refugee camps safe. Geographic information system-operated devises (GIS) that are used to gather topographical data, or aircrafts and drones, which can fly out and capture aerial visuals, are either missing from missions or have not been developed to the point of feasible employment. If UN troops are forced to leave an area in a hurry, resources for fast redeployment are not up to the task.

Among the needed technologies mentioned in the report are unmanned autonomous vehicles, or drones, reconnaissance and surveillance suites, and the means for real-time visibility into mission areas. The report also recommends making improvements in areas such as surveillance, command and control, and monitoring, all of which allude to the need for more military-style equipment.

“Why shouldn’t the UN enjoy the same technology as those used by countries’ military forces and police?” the Expert Panel’s chair, Jane Lute, tells Quartz. She added that it is up the UN to ensure that the principles of transparency and disclosure apply.

Some technologies may raise red flags with the UN, nonetheless. The organization, for example, has been hesitant to authorize the use of drones—a tool that the report’s authors argue is becoming is “ever more widely available for every conceivable application in the commercial, law-enforcement, military and social spheres.”

Many of the UN’s member states such as Pakistan, which has been subject to controversial drone strikes piloted by the US military in recent years, also vehemently oppose use of drones. Yet in that regard, the Expert Panel calls on member states to embrace the technology and to shatter ideas that drones are “particularly non-transparent and intrusive technology.”

“It feels like more of an excuse if we are not using this technology,” Lute notes, making the case for a logic that the UN has been resisting: Why not use advanced technology that is already available?

Bearing the costs

Dirk Druet who works at United Nations Departments of Peacekeeping Operations and Field Suppor, tells Quartz that that the undersecretaries of the departments of Peacekeeping and Field Support have endorsed all of the Expert Panel’s recommendations and the peacekeeping department’s offices are currently in the process of implementing them. (Druet coordinates the taskforce that is working on the implementations.)

Besides taking “a new and strategic approach to technology,” the report is challenging the UN to take on more innovative technologies. “It’s not just a set of tools helping you to do tasks, but it fundamentally shifts the way we do business,” Druet adds.

Professor Walter Dorn at Royal Military College of Canada has advised the UN many times on technological innovations. He explained to Quartz how the UN could adopt new technologies that are easy to implement, some of which include motion-activated illuminators, night-vision goggles, acoustic sensors, and tracking, communication, and GPS devices.

He added that to overcome connectivity issues troops face on the field, the UN could expand the range of cellphone receptivity, or subsidize certain areas to receive low-cost cell phone reception.

Cost will depend on what technologies the UN decides to invest in. Dorn said it could range from a few million US dollars to several billion—possibly surpassing the peacekeeping department’s entire annual budget for this year, which is just $8.5 billion.

Based on budget performance reports of UN peacekeeping missions, 14 out of 16 missions have spent over $50 million dollars on information technology between 2013 and 2014 while the overall budget for that year totaled roughly $7.8 billion dollars. Though that is indeed a large sum, it remains insufficient.

Druet says his department will soon be making budgetary recommendations to the UN’s member states, which generally share these costs. Druet said in addition, the countries sending troops on a given mission also cover the technologies deployed by their own battalions or units.

Moreover, Druet hopes that when the peacekeeping summit takes place during the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, technology will part of its goals.

Although US president Barak Obama is expected to ask leaders to boost peacekeeping efforts, this will most likely translate as committing more troops to peacekeeping. “For the summit, we have issued a call that as our operating environment has become more complex in recent years, and have made a request  for some of the more sophisticated capabilities and technologies,” he said.

Another purpose of incorporating new technology would be to raise the UN’s accountability. With reemerging news of child rape committed by UN peacekeeping forces in the Central African Republic, following a series of cases that were covered up then reported last year, the peacekeeping department is falling under immense scrutiny.

“We know that some peacekeepers misbehave,” Dorn says. “Technology can be used to get evidence of [violations]. Body cameras can record whatever is happening, and those cannot be turned off.”

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SHOCKING! NEW ARMY PATCH LOOKS JUST LIKE THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD PATCH


By Shoebat Foundation on September 27, 2015 in General


By BI: U.S. ARMY Soldiers in Iraq will soon have a new shoulder sleeve patch to signify their service in the fight ‘against’ the Islamic State (ISIS).

ARMY TIMES  All told, there are about 3,335 troops in the region training Iraqi troops, providing security and conducing bombing missions on Islamic State targets in Iraq and neighboring Syria. (Which have done virtually nothing to stop the spread of the Islamic State)

The Army’s patch features crossed scimitars, a palm wreath and stars. The scimitars, short swords with curved blades, are meant to symbolize the twin goals of the U.S.-led (Operation Inherent Resolve) coalition: to defeat the Islamic State, also referred to as ISIS, and to restore stability in the region, according to Army documents.





MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD PATCH





MOHAMED MORSI, the now deposed Muslim Brotherhood leader of Egypt

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POPE ACTING AS U.S. MILITARY COMMANDER IN CHIEF (COURT OF AGES ACTS TO COUNTER)



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Pope Francis has assumed command of the U.S. military and the people unknowingly consent. Those who are awake and aware counter this action.

Pope Francis Declares War On Obama Via Attorney
http://www.thelibertybeacon.com/2015/...

Pope Francis Apostolic Letter
http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesc...

Pope, through his private attorney, claims civil authority over the United States of America
https://www.faceuni.com/document/307/...

Order Nullifying the Office of Pontiff
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByoB...

"THE WORLD POWER AND AUTHORITY OF USA GOVERNMENT IS BEING CHANGED BY THE VATICAN RIGHT NOW"



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Pope disarms America (people consent unwittingly)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkd0D...

Published on Sep 27, 2015

Pope Francis has ordered the Joint Chiefs of Staff to disarm Americans. Civil Orders issued July 4, 2014: "All federal agency personnel are limited to unarmed service until further notice."

Vatican Civil Orders via Pope Francis's Private Attorney
https://www.faceuni.com/document/307/...

Two Constitutions
http://presscore.ca/two-constitutions...

Obama Disarming Cops, Fox News
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/05...

Guns Banned for Those on Soc. Sec. Benefits
http://www.breitbart.com/big-governme...

Veterans Losing Gun Rights
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ARMES ET DROGUES DECOUVERTS DANS UN BATEAU A DESTINATION DE LA RDC, AFFRETE PAR LA MONUSCO 

Posté le:  23 September 2015   

Les armes et la drogue étaient cachés dans une cargaison de véhicules des Nations Unies, a déclaré la société norvégienne, Hoegh Autoliners, propriétaire du navire, Hoegh Transporter.

La cargaison a été trouvée par la police kenyane la semaine dernière alors que le bateau venait d'amarrer au port de Mombasa (Ocean Indien).

La cargaison venait de Mumbai (Inde) et était destinée à la mission de maintien de la paix des Nations Unies en République démocratique du Congo.

"Ces armes appartiennent au propriétaire des véhicules de l'ONU dans lesquels ils ont été trouvés et étaient pour une utilisation par les Nations Unies au cours de leur mission de maintien de la paix," a indiqué la compagnie dans un communiqué sur son site Internet.

"La compagnie ignorait la présence à bord de ces armes au moment où la cargaison a été embarquées, et le fait que les armes étaient dans les véhicules est en violation avec nos conditions de transport, qui stipule clairement qu'aucune arme ou munition n'est acceptée pour l'expédition", a déclaré à Reuters Francis Wanjohi, le commandant de la police kenyane, qui n'a pas donné plus de détails sur la nature des armes et des drogues saisis.

Personne ne sait si toute la cargaison était destinée à la Monusco mais, indique l'agence de presse Reuters, l'Afrique de l'Est est devenue une plaque tournante du transit de l'héroïne afghane à destination de l'Europe. 

En Juillet, la police kenyane a effectué sa plus importante saisie, 341 kg d'héroïne cachée dans le réservoir d'un navire au port de Mombasa.

(  reuters , via www.congosynthese.com)

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THE FACTS ARE IN : OBAMA GAVE OVER 1?500 TERRORISTS ASYLUM IN US, DOCUMENTS REVEAL

by MIKAEL THALEN | INFOWARS.COM

Documents obtained by Judicial Watch reveal that the Obama administration gave more than 1,500 terrorists asylum in the United States in 2014.

According to the government watchdog, “the administration let 1,519 ‘inadmissible’ foreigners embroiled in terrorism into the U.S. last year because the crimes were committed ‘while under duress.'”

“Before the Obama administration tweaked a federal law last year, these foreign nationals would have been banned from the country for supporting terrorist causes,” Judicial Watch writes. “But under the changes the Secretary of Homeland Security has ‘discretionary authority’ to waive certain grounds of inadmissibility relating to terrorism.”

Data obtained from the DHS and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service reveals that more than 50 percent of those rewarded residency, most of which whom were linked to the refugee crisis, provided material support to terrorist organizations.

“The others received military-type training from a terrorist organization, voluntarily provided medical care to members of a terrorist group and solicited funds or individuals for membership in a terrorist organization,” Judicial Watch continues. “After a case-by-case review, Obama’s DHS Secretary, Jeh Johnson, determined that the recently admitted terrorists only participated in these activities ‘while under duress.'”

The policy of admitting known terrorists began last year after the Obama administration altered legislation, the Immigration and Nationality Act, designed to keep anyone who may have provided material support to terrorists from stepping on US soil.

“In other words, the federal law rightfully had a zero tolerance for any kind of involvement with terrorist elements,” adds Judicial Watch. “But a joint effort by DHS and the State Department created an ‘Exercise of Authority’ that allows ‘an alien who provided limited material support’ to a terrorist organization to stay in the U.S. if the powers that be in our government believe they pose no threat.”

Judicial Watch also links the revelation to the Obama administration’s secret terrorist “hands off” list, uncovered in DHS emails last year by a U.S. senator, which shows suspected Muslim Brotherhood members were allowed to openly travel within the US.

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