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Article III the Constitution states: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”

Let’s get a few things straight. Obama has committed treason in so many ways and so many times most people have lost track of the official count. Let’s look at the FACTS for a moment. Forget for a brief moment how quickly a republican would be thrown out of office with this nonsense swirling around all the time, and stop and realize we are letting a COMMUNIST get away with from OUR OWN the Oval Office.



Adm. Ace Lyons: On Benghazi, Obama Needs to Come Clean


I have posted at least 4-5 stories where on SEPARATE OCCASIONS where one of the military’s highest decorated officers , Admiral Lons, has come forward and accused Obama of crimes ranging from Treason, to Colluding with the Enemy, to Supplying the enemy with Stinger Missiles. For anyone who wants to get smart with me, and ask who I mean by “the enemy” I am referring to Al Qaeda! Admiral Lyons has been telling anyone who will listen, that Obama has committed TREASON! I myself have said since the DAY WE LEARNED 400 STINGER MISSILES EN ROUTE TO TERRORISTS WOUND UP MISSING FROM THE BENGHAZI EMBASSY, that it would be THOSE events that one day Obama would answer for. I take that back now. I think at this point the only Admiral Lyons has not told to get Obama are the men who used to be under his command. He should have them storm the White House and drag Obama out in cuffs. I pray that day comes soon.


America has gone SOFT. We are pathetic in SO many ways. I can’t say for sure how things WILL play out, but I can tell you how they WON’T play out. Not if, but WHEN the evidence of Obama’s piles up SO high something HAS to be done, Obama will be long out of office, he’ll flee the country like the Bitch that he is. He may be guilty and run, but he will NEVER see justice. I suspect as I have said since IMMEDIATELY after the Benghazi attack that his final downfall will be the 400 MISSILES HE WAS FUNNELING THROUGH THE EMBASSY IN LIBYA USING CHRIS STEVENS TO GET TO THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD AND AL QAEDA.

Where else but America is the Media SO twisted, and SO biased that they let a man with a SEALED past and a MUSLIM BROTHER NAMED MALIK WHO RUNS A MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD TERRORIST GROUP BECOME PRESIDENT? Anyone with an IQ over 6 (sorry liberals, you’re OUT) knew DAMN well Obama was NOT eligible for office back in 2007, and despite piling up MOUNTAINS OF PROOF, no one even looked into it. Now, in SEVEN of the most disturbing pieces you will ever read you too will KNOWObama is the ENEMY! 

Don’t stop there, the list of Obama’s treasonous acts extends almost as long as there are days he has spent tin the Oval Office. There is a LONG list of people accusing him of TREASON! Lieutenant General Thomas Mcinnerney has declared the government is infected with terrorist cells in every branch. 

ACCORDING TO WIKIPEDIA: Thomas G. McInerney (born March 15, 1937) is a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant General. He is a command pilot with more than 4,100 flying hours, including 407 combat missions (243 in O-1s as a forward air controller and 164 in F-4 C’s, D’s and E’s) during the Vietnam War.

In addition to his Vietnam Service, the McInerney served overseas in NATOPacific Air Forces and as commander of 11th Air Force in Alaska. Currently, he is a Fox News contributor, and is a member of the Iran Policy Committee.

McInerney’s Military Awards and Decorations Include: 

Conservative Tribune continues: It has long been suspected that President Barack Obama has a more than just friendly relationship with the terrorist-affiliated front group Muslim Brotherhood.

In fact, more than just a few sources have made note of how the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated various levels of the U.S. government, including the highest levels of the White House.

Now the former commander of the Navy’s Pacific Fleet is coming forward and speaking up about the issue as well, stating that all of our nation’s intelligence services have been infiltrated by the terrorist front group.

Retired 4-star Admiral James “Ace” Lyons recently spoke to the National Press Club about Obama’s efforts to “fundamentally transform” America, something he has been doing since he was first elected in 2008.

Lyons pointed to Obama’s recent refusal to join other world leaders in Paris to take a stand for freedom of expression, saying this is just the latest of “many signals” of support he has sent to the Islamic jihadists over the years.

“There’s no question we got a hell of a job ahead of us,” Lyons said, “with the Muslim Brotherhood penetration in every one of our national security agencies, including all our intelligence agencies.”

He pointed to the current head of the CIA, John Brennan, who is believed to be a convert to Islam, as proof of his assertions, according to the TPNN.


He went on to call for more action from the new GOP-led Congress, saying they were elected to “stop the transformation of America, not to see how they could work with the president.”

Unfortunately, the admiral is correct.  The Muslim Brotherhood most certainly does hold undue sway and influence over the Obama administration.

One need only ask the people and government of Egypt how they feel about the Muslim Brotherhood and the connections between the terrorist group and the White House.

Congress most certainly needs to do something to address this problem, as it looks remarkably like treason coming out of this administration.
Famous Journalist Drops Bombshell About Benghazi Liars Obama and Rice

Conservative Tribune e Continues: Conservatives have been fed up with the president’s convoluted strategy in the Middle East for years, but now it looks like the mainstream media is also getting tired of President Barack Obama’s indecision.

One of the most well-known journalists in America just criticized Obama and his advisers, including Susan Rice.

Bob Woodward appeared on “Fox News Sunday” and explained his view that the White House has no clear plan for dealing with Islamic terror groups and that the administration was badly micro-managing the military.

Woodward knows a few things about corrupt presidents. He was one of the key reporters responsible for exposing the infamous Watergate scandal during the Nixon administration.

“They (the Obama administration) have not sat down and said, ‘This is where we want to go and this is how we want to do it,’” said Woodward.

He’s exactly right. The Obama administration seems to rely on the backwards strategy of “ready, fire, aim” — if they ever fire at all.

That isn’t leadership, and that isn’t how America should deal with the deep problems of the Islamic State terror group or the Middle East.





“I am a U.S. Army veteran, a Constitutional attorney, Executive Director of the United States Justice Foundation, and a published author, freelance writer, and teacher. I am the author of four books,  ”RIDERS IN THE SKY: THE GHOSTS AND LEGENDS OF PHILMONT SCOUT RANCH,” “THE MORTARMEN,” a story about my father’s unit in WW II; my novel, “AMAYEHLI: A STORY OF AMERICA,“ and the newly released “AMERICA’S LIVELIEST GHOSTS.” In addition, I have an affordable, pocket size booklet on the Constitution called “Our Constitution” that is receiving great reviews. You can read more about these books by going to the pages on each book on this website.” You may also want to check out his radio talk show that airs every Wednesday at 4:00 Eastern.



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I don't agree of what she says about Russia who also part of this global kabbale but sh's giving us very important informations about this global police force. Connect the dots with the coming papal visit in USA as a Commander in Chief of all armies on this earth. Can you see the great persecution who's coming for anyone who will desobey to the international laws?

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Office of Public Affairs

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


In her first address at the United Nations General Assembly, Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch will join other leaders from around the world to launch the Strong Cities Network to combat violent extremism.

Copied below are excerpts from her prepared remarks about how these collaborative efforts will improve social cohesion and resilience to violent extremism:
“Some [violent extremists] aspire to travel overseas to train or to fight.  Others plot attacks on targets within their homelands.  But all are antithetical to the shared vision and common cause that joins us here today in this renowned international forum: commitment to collaboration; dedication to peace; and devotion to the cause of justice within our nations and throughout the world.”


“It is clear that the challenge of building resilience against violent extremism – a challenge that spans vast oceans and borders while impacting our most tightly-knit cities and towns – requires a response that is both wide-ranging and highly focused.”


“As residents and experts in their communities, local leaders are often best positioned to pinpoint sources of unrest and discord; best equipped to identify signs of potential danger; and best able to recognize and accommodate community cultures, traditions, sensitivities, and customs.  By creating a series of partnerships that draws on the knowledge and expertise of our local officials, we can create a more effective response to this virulent threat.” 


“Through the Strong Cities Network that we have unveiled today, we are making the first systematic effort in history to bring together cities around the world to share experiences, to pool resources, and to forge partnerships in order to build local cohesion and resilience on a global scale.  Today we tell every city, every town, and every community that has lost the flower of its youth to a sea of hatred – you are not alone.  We stand together, and we stand with you.”


“Our experience tells us that partnering with city-level officials and the communities they represent extends the reach and deepens the perspective of national governments and international alliances.  And connecting those localities to one another – as the Strong Cities Network is doing – is not only a powerful way to lift up our communities worldwide.  It also sends a message about who we are and what we aspire to be – as an alliance of nations and as a global community.  When the representatives of the Strong Cities Network join together for their first Annual Summit in Paris in Spring 2016, they will be making a strong and clear statement to their citizens and to the world: we stand united against violence, united against fear, and united in the pursuit of a better and brighter future.”


"By connecting municipal leaders, facilitating information-sharing and providing training and other assistance where appropriate, the Strong Cities Network will help to fashion a global response to a global issue, without losing sight of its inherently local roots.  It will offer city leaders a way to learn from one another about successful initiatives and productive programs.  It will provide a platform for discussing community policing and prevention strategies that safeguard the individual rights of citizens.  And it will support the practical delivery of community resilience programs in cities that are taking a new look at this evolving issue."


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Alors que les menaces de leurs petits amis islamiques sur une possibilité d'une guerre nucléaire ne cesse de grandir.

Le secrétaire du Saint-Siège pour les relations avec les États répète un appel du Vatican à ratifier le Traité d’interdiction complète des essais nucléaires.

Marina Droujinina

Rome, 30 septembre 2015 (ZENIT.org)

« L'entrée en vigueur du Traité sur l’interdiction complète des essais nucléaires agira comme une pierre angulaire dans la fondation d'une structure mondiale qui soutient un monde exempt d'armes nucléaires et garantit une sécurité coopérative basée sur une éthique de la responsabilité », a déclaré Mgr Paul Gallagher, secrétaire du Saint-Siège pour les relations avec les États.

Il est intervenu lors de la IXe Conférence sur la facilitation de l'entrée en vigueur du Traité d'interdiction complète des essais nucléaires (TICE) à New York ce mardi 29 septembre.

Mgr Gallagher a souligné que l’entrée en vigueur du TICE serait le témoignage de l’établissement de l’éthique de la responsabilité nécessaire pour « répondre adéquatement aux défis du XXIe siècle ». « Il est essentiel de remplacer la logique de la peur et de la méfiance par l'éthique de la responsabilité, a-t-il dit, et ainsi de favoriser un climat de confiance qui valorise le dialogue multilatéral grâce à une coopération cohérente et responsable entre tous les membres de la communauté internationale. »

Le secrétaire du Vatican pour les relations avec les États a rappelé que le Saint-Siège avait ratifié le TICE le 18 juillet 2001 et que « l'interdiction des essais et de la poursuite du développement des armes nucléaires, le désarmement et la non-prolifération sont étroitement liés ». Il a « réitéré » un appel du Saint-Siège aux États qui n’avaient pas encore ratifié le Traité en les invitant à démontrer un « leadership courageux et un sens élevé de la responsabilité politique ».

Mgr Gallagher a souligné que « le Saint-Siège donnait son soutien moral complet à l'acte solennel de la ratification ». « Il est de notre devoir envers l'humanité dans son ensemble, et en particulier envers les pauvres et les générations futures, d’utiliser la puissance sans précédent que constituent la science et la technologie pour le service du bien commun, et pour promouvoir une véritable culture de la paix », a-t-il dit.

Mgr Gallagher a évoqué le bombardement nucléaire d'Hiroshima et de Nagasaki qui était devenu « le symbole de la puissance destructrice sans limites de l'homme quand il fait un usage déformé du progrès scientifique et technique ». Il a cité l’encyclique Laudato si’ sur le pouvoir irresponsable de l’homme et ses conséquences : « Jamais l’humanité n’a eu autant de pouvoir sur elle-même et rien ne garantit qu’elle s’en servira toujours bien, surtout si l’on considère la manière dont elle est en train de l’utiliser » (n. 104).


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Story Number: NNS150930-01Release Date: 9/30/2015 8:29:00 AM

From Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet Public Affairs

150514-N-BQ948-008 PACIFIC OCEAN (May 14, 2015) The guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd (DDG 100) is underway off the coast of southern California. (U.S. Navy pho
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SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- The U.S. Navy announced the homeport change of three Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers today. USS Gridley(DDG 101), USS Sampson(DDG 102), and USS Kidd(DDG 100) will relocate from San Diego to Naval Station Everett, Wash., in 2016.

The Navy continually monitors and adjusts the location of its forces to provide a maritime force that protects and defends U.S. national security interests. USS Gridley (DDG 101), USS Sampson (DDG 102), and USS Kidd (DDG 100) provide a significant multi-mission warfighting capability to the Pacific Fleet. They will contribute combat capable rotational presence and represent the long range U.S. commitment to the security and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers are capable of sustained combat operations supporting forward presence, maritime security, sea control, and deterrence. Additionally, they perform key roles in support of carrier strike groups, expeditionary strike groups, and surface action groups.

Each ship contains a crew of approximately 250 who are trained to execute multi-mission tasking to include air, surface, undersea, space, and cyber warfare.

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Le Pentagone n’a jamais pris pour cible aucun des camps d’entraînement de l’Etat Islamique : pourquoi?

Il n’y a jamais eu aucune frappe aérienne de la coalition dirigée par Obama contre un seul des 60 camps d’entraînement de Daesh produisant plus de 1.000 djihadistes prêts à tuer par mois. N’est-ce pas extrêmement étrange, alors qu’on prétend couper les ressources de cette organisation terroriste sans doute la plus brutale jamais vue.

Screenshot from MEMRI

Le Pentagone n’a jamais mené de frappes aériennes contre un certain nombre de camps d’entraînement de Daesh (l’Etat Islamique) estimé à plus d’une soixantaine et qui fournissent chaque mois des milliers de combattants au groupe terroriste, selon des responsables des renseignements et de la Défense.

Ces camps sont répartis à travers toutes les zones contrôlées par Daesh (Etat Islamique) d’Irak et de Syrie et seraient hors des limites de la campagne de bombardements impartie à la coalition internationale dirigée par les Etats-Unis, à cause de préoccupations au sujet d’éventuels dommages collatéraux, affirment les responsables habitués à planifier et à procéder à l’exécution des campagnes de bombardements, depuis plus d’un an.

En outre, les camps de Daesh (l’Etat Islamique) connaissent un tel succès que les dirigeants de Daesh envisagent d’étendre cette répartition des camps d’entraînement en Libye et au Yémen. Ces deux Etats, en effet, sont devenus des secteurs totalement ingouvernables au cours de ces dernières années.

Cet échec programmé dans le ciblage des camps d’entraînement par des frappes aériennes des Etats-Unis et de leurs alliés soulève bien des questions, parmi les cercles autorisés des renseignements militaires et de la défense, quant à l’engagement pris par le Président Barack Obama et ses principaux adjoints, dans le cadre de la stratégie actuelle de lutte contre Daesh, destinée à « dégrader et finalement anéantir ce groupe terroriste ».

« Si nous connaissons la localisation de ces camps et le Président veut réellement détruire Daesh, pourquoi donc ces camps continuent-ils de fonctionner encore? » demande, interloqué, un responsable assez critique envers la ligne politique suivie.

Ces camps sont perçus par les analystes des renseignements américains comme une source majeure des succès que rencontre le groupe terroriste dans détenant et en s’emparant de nouveaux territoires. Le principal bénéfice apporté par ces camps d’entraînement est qu’ils offrent un afflux incessant de nouveaux combattants.
Une inquiétude supplémentaire des analystes des renseignements provient du fait que les combattants étrangers qui sont entraînés dans ces camps retourneront en définitve dans leurs pays d’origine en Europe et en Amérique du Nord pour commettre des attentats terroristes.

Un porte-parole de la Maison Blanche a refusé de commenter cette échec patent dans l’absence de bombardement contre les camps terroristes et s’est contenté de renvoyer la question en direction du Pentagone.

Le porte-parole du Pentagone, le Major Roger M. Cabiness a lui aussi refusé de dire pourquoi aucun des camps d’entraînement de Daesh n’avait jamais été bombardé. « Je ne vais pas être en mesure d’entrer dans les détails concernant notre procédure de ciblage », a t-il déclaré, visiblement embarrassé…

Cabiness a affirmé que la coalition dirigée par les Etats-Unis « a frappé Daesh par plus de 6.000 frappes aériennes ».

« La coalition a aussi repris des milliers de positions de combat, détruit des tanks, des véhicules, des usines de bombes, mais aussi des camps d’entraînement »,a t-il déclaré. « Nous avons aussi frappé leurs cercles dirigeants, dont, de façon la plus récente, le 18 août, lorsqu’une frappe aérienne américaine a éliminé Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali, aussi connu sous le nom de Hajji Mutazz, le commandant en second du groupe terroriste, sur le champ de bataille ».

On a aussi conduit des efforts pour interrompre les circuits financiers de Daesh et « rendu plus difficile pour ce groupe d’attirer denouveaux combattants étrangers », a écrit Cabiness dans un courriel.

Un porte-parole du commandement central a aussi refusé d’apporter plus de détails sur ce qu’il a déclaré être des « engagements opérationnels » contre des camps d’entraînement de Daesh.

« Dès qu’une cible est identifiée comme commettant des actions hostiles, ou qu’elle fait partie d’une force hostile évidente, un camp d’entraînement par exemple, nous poursuivons cette cible en conformité avec les règles d’engagement de la coalition et des lois relatives aux conflits armés », a dit ce porte-parole.

Selon certains responsables de la défense et des renseignements, une raison pour laquelle ces camps d’entraînement sont considérées hors du champ serait que les dirigeants politiques à la Maison Blanche et au Pentagone craignent que les toucher provoquera des dommages collatéraux. Certains de ces camps sont situés près d’installations civiles et qu’ils subsiste des craintes que le nombre de pertes inspirerait encore plus de djihadistes, soudain prêts à se joindre au mouvement terroriste.

Cela pris en compte, cela n’empêche pas que des responsables militaires ne cessent de plaider pour dire qu’à moins que ces camps d’entraînement en soient mis hors d’état de nuire, l’Etat Islamique (Daesh) continuera de progresser sur le terrain, de recruter  et de former toujours plus de djihadistes pour mener ses opérations.

Le dévoilement de ce fait que les camps d’entraînement de Daesh sont effectivement maintenus hors du champ des campagnes de bombardements survient au moment où des responsables des renseignements à l’Agence des Renseignements de la Défense (ARD ou DIA) et au Commandement Central des Etats-Unis, qui a la charge du conflit à mener, supposent que plusieurs responsables américains  importants ont délibérément déformé des rapports des renseignements indiquant que la stratégie américaine contre Daesh ne fonctionne pas ou s’avère bien moins efficace que ne le prétendent les officiels face au public.

L’Etat Islamique (Daesh) contrôle de vastes territoires en Syrie et en Irak et est parvenu à attirer des dizaines de milliers de djihadistes à partir de ces deux pays et de l’étranger. Le nombre exact de combattants n’est pas connu avec précision, mais les renseignements estiment que les indicateurs démontrent que ce chiffre n’a cessé d’augmenter au cours de l’année en cours.

La campagne militaire, connue sous le nom de Détermination Absolue apparaît en train de patauger,malgré une campagne de frappes aériennes de plus d’un an et de programmes d’entraînement militaire destinés à renforcer les forces armées irakiennes.

Un rapport du Commandement Central révèle que les frappes militaires menées depuis l’an dernier n’ont jamais conduit d’attaques contre les camps d’entraînement.

Au lieu de quoi les cibles comprennent des véhicules de l’Etat Islamique (Daesh), des bâtiments, des unités tactiques, des dépôts d’armes, des positions de combat au front, des snipers, des tractopelles, des positions de mortiers et des nids de mitrailleuses,des bunkers et des usines de fabrication de bombes.

La nature de la version au risque, pour cette campagne de frappes aériennes a été mise en lumière le mois dernier par le Général de Brigade Thomas Weidley, chef d’Etat-Major pour ce que l’armée appelle la Force de Frappe combinée et Conjointe de l’Opération Détermination Absolue.

« La Coalition continue de faire usage de sa puissance de feu aérien de manière responsable », a déclaré Weidley le 1er juillet. « Des frappes de haute précision, un armement détaillé, un développement de la recherche de cibles en profondeur, une réduction des dommages collatéraux et des effets maximisés contre Daesh sont les caractéristiques des opérations de frappes aériennes de la coalition en Irak et en Syrie ».

« La procédure de recherche de cibles de la coalition minimise les dommages collatéraux et maximise les effets de précision contre Daesh. Les équipages aériens prennent des décisions éclairées et appliquent une patience tactique chaque jour qui passe », ajoutait Weidley.

D’autre porte-parole de la coalition ont indiqué que le fait de déterminer des cibles en fonction des réactions aux frappes contre les groupes opérationnels de djihadistes de Daesh : « Dès que les terroristes de Daesh s’exposeront eux-mêmes ainsi que leurs équipements, alors nous les frapperons »,a déclaré le Colonel Wayne Marotto, le 27 mai.

Le site internet militaire, le  Long War Journal a publié une carte révélant 52 camps d’entraînement de Daesh et a fait remarquer que certains seulement n’étaient plus opérationnels à cause de la campagne de bombardements dirigée par les Etats-Unis.

Bill Roggio, le rédacteur en chef dirigeant le Long War Journal a déclaré que les camps d’entraînement de l’Etat Islamique représentent une menace directe contre la région et la sécurité nationale des Etats-Unis.

« Alors que la vaste majorité des combattants entraînés sont utilisés à combattre au sein d’insurrections locales, on doit les considérer comme une menace réelle. Historiquement, les groupes djihadistes ont toujours sélectionné un petit nombre de combattants provenant de leurs camps pour mener des attentats contre l’Occident. Daesh est très certainement en train de suivre ce modèle », a dit Roggio.

Suivant cette carte, parmi les localisations en Irak et en Syrie où l’Etat Islamique (Daesh) gère des camps d’entraînement, on trouve Mossoul, Raqqa, Ninive, Kobané, Alep, Fallujah et Baiji.

Le groupement MEMRI a obtenu une vidéo d’un camp d’entraînement de Daesh dans la province de Ninive, en Irak, datant du 1er octobre 2014.


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September 22, 2015

On 15 September, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for an emergency security meeting to discuss the impending security troubles in Jerusalem. The meeting was called after a citizen was killed in a car accident caused by a rock-throwing incident in Temple Mount. The growing security concern could negatively affect diplomatic relations between Israel and Jordan and could lead to further conflict in the area.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Oct - 07:28 (2015)    Sujet du message: TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2015 KICKED OFF Répondre en citant


Major Weber (middle) and Warrant Officer Claß (left) are being updated by Colonel Tölkes (right).

3 Oct 2015

After finishing all necessary preparations, the military and civilian Staff of Joint Force Command Brunssum reinforced by augmenting personnel from various commands throughout NATO finally started their certification command post exercise.  Highly motivated and focused this accumulation of professional subject matter experts from various fields are now training in a comprehensive fictitious scenario, which describes a very complex and unstable environment. Rising political instability, ethnic tension and persisting socio-economic challenges are climaxed by a blatant invasion of one state’s territory by another. Ultimately, the crisis leads to a UN-mandated and NATO-led, non-Article V Crisis Response Operation under Chapter VII of the Charter of the UN, in a region far from NATO’s home territory.

Challenged by a wide range of conventional and unconventional threats within a whole-of-government context tactical, operational and strategic levels of warfare will be trained.

Testing of the command & control concept, interoperability, strategic communication, intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance, at the conclusion of Trident Juncture 2015 command post exercise, the Headquarters Staff from Joint Force Command Brunssum will be officially certified to lead the NATO Response Force, if activated throughout 2016.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Oct - 18:18 (2015)    Sujet du message: L'OTAN LANCE SES PLUS IMPORTANTS EXERCICES EUROPEENS EN DIX ANS Répondre en citant

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08:08 03.10.2015(mis à jour 08:14 03.10.2015) 

Les manœuvres Trident Juncture-2015, qui impliquent 36.000 militaires d'une trentaine de pays dont l'Ukraine, se poursuivront jusqu'au 6 novembre.

Les exercices se dérouleront sur le territoire de l'Italie, de l'Espagne et du Portugal avec la participation des forces terrestres et aériennes et des unités spéciales des pays membres de l'Alliance ainsi que de leurs partenaires. Des manœuvres navales sont également programmées en Atlantique et en Méditerranée.

Le scénario des exercices reflète les réalités de la guerre moderne: antimissiles, résistance aux attaques informatiques et aux opérations de propagande. Le programme des manœuvres prévoit notamment la lutte contre des ennemis "fictifs comme réels" sur les réseaux sociaux.

Au total 200 avions et 50 navires militaires prendront part aux exercices.

Fin août, le commandant suprême allié pour la transformation de l'Otan Jean-Paul Paloméros a souligné que les manœuvres Trident Juncture étaient programmées depuis 2 ans et demi et ainsi n'étaient pas liées à la crise en cours en Ukraine et à l'aggravation des relations entre l'Alliance et Moscou.

Lire aussi:Les "jeux de guerre dangereux" de l'Otan dans les pays baltesL’Otan s’implante un peu plus en Europe de l’estOtan: exercice aéroporté de grande envergure en EuropeL'Otan montre ses muscles en Europe


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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Oct - 18:24 (2015)    Sujet du message: DAVID CAMERON JUSTIFIE L'USAGE DES ARMES NUCLEAIRES Répondre en citant


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16:34 04.10.2015(mis à jour 16:48 04.10.2015)

L'emploi de l'arme nucléaire peut être justifié dans certaines conditions, estime le premier ministre britannique David Cameron.

Intervenant lors du congrès du parti conservateur à Manchester, il a critiqué le leader des travaillistes Jeremy Corbyn qui avait déclaré récemment qu'il n'autoriserait pas l'emploi d'une arme atomique même si la Grande-Bretagne était elle-même menacée d'une attaque nucléaire.

"Vous devez reconnaître qu'il existe des circonstances dans lesquelles le recours à l'arme nucléaire sera justifié", a insisté le chef du gouvernement britannique cité par la chaîne Sky News.

Le problème de modernisation du potentiel nucléaire du Royaume-Uni figurait parmi les sujets les plus discutés pendant la campagne électorale britannique de 2015. Les conservateurs, qui ont remporté les législatives, se sont engagés à maintenir le projet de construction de quatre nouveaux sous-marins nucléaires dans le cadre du programme Trident remplacement.

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Ancien combattant US: l'utilisation des armes nucléaires au XXIe siècle serait "une folie"


Les travaillistes, ainsi que le Parti national écossais, s'opposent à ce projet qui risque de coûter jusqu'à 100 milliards de livres sterlings au budget britannique, selon leurs évaluations.

Le projet Trident comprend aujourd'hui quatre submersibles nucléaires capables de porter des charges nucléaires et thermonucléaires. Il s'agit de l'élément le plus puissant et le plus onéreux des forces armées britanniques.

Lire aussi:Et si la Méditerranée devenait une zone libre d'armes nucléaires?Gorbatchev: les USA, obstacle à un monde sans armes nucléairesSécurité nucléaire: le prochain sommet se tiendra à WashingtonArmes nucléaires: Russie et USA testent leur nouvel arsenal


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MessagePosté le: Lun 5 Oct - 10:21 (2015)    Sujet du message: NAVY KICKS OFF NEW TOURS WITH INDUSTRY PROGRAM Répondre en citant


Story Number: NNS151005-01Release Date: 10/5/2015 3:15:00 AM
 From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy kicked off a new program Oct. 5, designed to give high performing officers and Sailors experience at large corporations for approximately one year. Three participants began work today with Amazon in Seattle, Washington, and two with FedEx, in Memphis, Tennessee, as part of program's first cohort.

As Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus first announced in his May 2015 speech at the Naval Academy, this program is designed give our Sailors exposure to leading-edge business practices, techniques, and technologies with the competitiveness of the corporate business cycle.

"This program is a win-win for both the Navy and corporate America," said Chief of Naval Personnel, Vice Adm. Bill Moran. "We need Sailors in our Navy who think differently and aren't afraid to challenge the status quo. This program will help our folks learn different problem-solving approaches, leadership styles and business models that they can bring back to the Navy. It will also provide a unique opportunity for Sailors and civilians to interact, and hopefully inspire others to serve their country."

The Navy's five participants were selected by their community leaders, and while assigned to Amazon and FedEx, they will work as normal employees of each company.

"We are proud to partner with the Navy in launching this program and are excited to learn from the officers during their time at Amazon," said Dave Niekerk, an Army veteran and Culture & Engagement Leader at Amazon. "We know our company and customers will benefit from their contributions, as we do from all Amazonians with military experiences. These officers working on daily process improvements and solving complex problems will have the opportunity to make quick assessments, implement plans and drive them to completion."
Shannon A. Brown, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for FedEx Express, expressed similar sentiments.

"FedEx is tremendously proud of our long association with all branches of the U.S. Military, and we look forward to working with Cmdr. Rice and Cmdr. Finley," she said. "We will do our best to make their FedEx experience beneficial, and we will undoubtedly learn much from them as well."

Next year, the Navy is working to expand the program to 10-15 officers and 10-15 enlisted per year. The program is open to officers O-3 and above with greater than five years of service and who have completed their first operational tour, as well as to enlisted E-6 and above.

Sailors participating in the program will remain on Active Duty with the Navy paying all of their salary and benefits. Following their industry tour, Sailors will work with their community detailer to receive a special assignment known as a utilization tour where their new skills will be put to best use by the Navy.

Those participating as part of program's first cohort are:

Cmdr. Shane D. Rice is a Human Resources Officer stationed at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Mid-South, Tn. He is currently assigned as the Deputy Director, Production Management Office Bureau of Naval Personnel responsible for the integrated planning, production and execution of the Navy's Enlisted Supply chain. Cmdr. Rice will be assigned to FedEx.

Lt. Cmdr. Tenisha M. Finley is a Human Resources Officer stationed at NSA Mid-South, Tennesee. She is currently assigned as the Division Director, BUPERS-071, Information Management Office, Bureau of Naval Personnel responsible for the Financial Management and Capitol Planning and Navy and Marine Corps intranet branch. Lt. Cmdr. Finley will be assigned to FedEx.

Lt. Cmdr. Jared F. Loller is an EA-18G Growler pilot stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. He is currently the Maintenance Officer at Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 133. LT. Cmdr. Loller will be assigned to Amazon.

Lt. Niki Y. Elizondo is a second tour division officer aboard USS Dewey (DDG 105) out of Naval Base San Diego, California. She is the Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer. Lt. Elizondo will be assigned to Amazon.

Lt. William J. Hall is a second tour division officer aboard USS Shoup (DDG 86) home ported in Everett, Washington He is the Damage Control Assistant. Lt. Hall will be assigned to Amazon.

For more news from Chief of Naval Personnel, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnp/.


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MessagePosté le: Lun 5 Oct - 10:26 (2015)    Sujet du message: USS RONALD REAGAN ARRIVES IN JAPAN TO SUPPORT SECURITY, STABILITY IN THE INDO-ASIA-PACIFIC REGION Répondre en citant


Story Number: NNS151001-01Release Date: 10/1/2015 8:02:00 AM 

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Nathan Burke, USS Ronald Reagan Public Affairs

151001-N-TE278-340 YOKOSUKA, Japan (Oct. 1, 2015) Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Ray Mabus speaks with media during a press conference after arriving to Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). Ronald Reagan and its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5, provide a combat-ready force that protects and defends the collective maritime interests of the U.S. and its allies and partners in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Paolo Bayas/Released)

YOKOSUKA, Japan (NNS) -- The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) arrived at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) for the first time as the U.S. Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, Oct. 1.

Ronald Reagan's arrival to CFAY highlights her role as the fifth U.S. carrier forward deployed to the 7th Fleet area of responsibility following USS George Washington (CVN 73), USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63), USS Independence (CV 62) and USS Midway (CV 41).

"Deploying our most capable units forward enhances the Navy's ability to contribute to the defense of Japan and meet our commitments under the terms of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America," said Rear Adm. John Alexander, commander, Battle Force 7th Fleet.

Ronald Reagan departed Naval Base North Island in Coronado, California, Aug. 3 after completing a hull swap with the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier George Washington. During her transit across the Pacific Ocean, Ronald Reagan completed a blue water certification, replenishment at sea, day and night flight operations and damage control and medical drills.

Ronald Reagan arrived in Yokosuka equipped with the U.S. Navy's newest technological upgrades including a new local area computer network, The Consolidated Afloat Networking Enterprise Services (CANES).

"Ronald Reagan is 11 years newer than George Washington, which means the [Ronald Reagan] has benefited from 11 years of evolving technology," said Capt. Christopher Bolt, Ronald Reagan's commanding officer.

Although Ronald Reagan newly arrived to Yokosuka, the carrier brings about two-thirds of the George Washington crew who cross decked to Ronald Reagan during the hull swap.

"The Sailors aboard Ronald Reagan embody the spirit of the ship's namesake as President Ronald Reagan had a strong personal friendship with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone," said Bolt. "In the same way, Ronald Reagan Sailors will continue to strengthen ties between the United States and Japan."

In 2011 Ronald Reagan served as a refueling station for Japanese coast guard and U.S. military helicopters, providing humanitarian assistance and disaster relief off the Sendai Coast of Japan during Operation Tomodachi, after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.

"The United States values Japan's contributions to the peace, security and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and its long-term commitment and hospitality in hosting U.S. forces forward deployed there," said Alexander. "These forces, along with their counterparts in the Japan Self-Defense Forces, make up the core capabilities needed by the alliance to meet our common strategic objectives."

Ronald Reagan and its embarked air wing, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 5, provide a combat-ready force that protects and defends the collective maritime interests of the U.S. and its allies and partners in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.


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MessagePosté le: Lun 5 Oct - 11:34 (2015)    Sujet du message: REMARKS TO THE AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION Répondre en citant

Secretary of Defense Speech


As Delivered by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, National Harbor, Maryland, September 16, 2015

...After a period of 14 years when our men and women in uniform performed with tremendous professionalism, skill and valor, in Iraq and Afghanistan, the force is now at the start of a critical strategic transition.  As our military adjusts its focus on counter insurgency and redoubles its full spectrum capabilities, the Air Force will play a critical role.

Just take the Asia-Pacific, a region that encompasses close to half of humanity, accounts for more than half the world’s economic power, and where we are positioning the majority of the Air Force’s high-end assets.  This is part of the President’s strategic rebalance, where we are working to align our security, economic, and diplomatic investments in the region to match our vital – and growing – interests there. 

Our rebalance has always been about sustaining peace and prosperity across the Asia-Pacific and helping the region continue to fulfill its promise. 

We will preserve America's support for a regional security architecture in the Asia-Pacific that is inclusive enough, capable enough, and resilient enough to ensure that all nations – all nations – have the opportunity to continue to rise.  Here, the Air Force is playing a vital role with a stronger posture in the region, including tactical aircraft like the F-22, space and cyber forces, and ISR assets like the MQ-9, and the Global Hawk.  We will continue to strengthen and modernize our infrastructure in places like Guam and across the Pacific.  And we will continue to deepen our security cooperation with longstanding allies like Japan, South Korea, Australia, and the Philippines, and new partners like India and Vietnam. 

We will strengthen our partnerships, our presence, and posture so that the Asia Pacific is a region where everyone rises together … and so that its security architecture grows stronger, not weaker.

With China, we see our relationship as defined by elements of both cooperation and competition.  Our military engagement with China seeks to build sustained and substantive dialogue, to advance concrete, practical cooperation in areas of mutual interest, and to enhance risk reduction measures to diminish the potential for miscalculation. 

At the same time, given our concern about China’s growing military capabilities and coercive approach to disputes, we are taking prudent steps to prepare for heightened competition. 

Along with many of our Pacific partners and nations across the world, the United States is deeply concerned about the pace and scope of land reclamation in the South China Sea, the prospect of further militarization, as well as the potential for these activities…to increase the risk of miscalculation or conflict among claimant states.  As a Pacific nation, a trading nation, an ally and partner to many – most actually – of the nations of the region from Japan to Australia to India, the United States will persist in its decades-long strategic approach.

First, we will continue to seek a peaceful resolution of all disputes.  To that end, there should be an immediate and permanent halt to land reclamation by all claimants.  We also oppose any further militarization of disputed features.  We all know there is no military solution to the South China Sea disputes.   Right now, at this critical juncture, is the time for renewed diplomacy, focused on a finding a lasting solution that protects the rights and the interests of all.  As it is central to the regional security architecture, ASEAN must be a part of that effort.

Meanwhile, the United States will continue to protect freedom of navigation and overflight – principles that have ensured security and prosperity in this region for decades.  There should be no mistake: the United States will fly, sail, and operate wherever international law allows, as U.S. forces do all over the world.  America, alongside its allies and partners in the regional architecture, will not be deterred from exercising these rights.  After all, turning an underwater rock into an airfield simply does not afford the rights of sovereignty or permit restrictions on international air or maritime transit.

Finally, with its actions in the South China Sea, China is out of step with both the international rules and norms that underscore the Asia-Pacific’s security architecture, and the regional consensus that favors diplomacy and opposes coercion. These actions are spurring nations to respond together in new ways, including bilateral and multi-lateral exercises with us, joint operations with us, and the new U.S. Maritime Security Initiative.  

The United States will always stand with its allies and partners.  It’s important for the region to understand that America is going to remain engaged…continue to stand up for international law and universal principles…and help provide security and stability in the Asia-Pacific for decades to come, as it has for many decades.

And that brings me to my last commitment, which is to the future of our country and the great institution that I now have the privilege to lead.   To stay the best, we have to embrace the future.  And that has several dimensions.  We need a 21st century personnel system to match a 21st century military.  We have to be open to a wider world of technology. And we need a sensible long-term budget that does right by our military and our taxpayers. 

For our people to stay the best, we have to attract and compete for the best talent from a new generation.  We have an all-volunteer force. So for us to keep recruiting and retaining the best, the military has to continue to be recognized for what it is, which is a wonderful place to work and serve.  We’re aligning our personnel management system with 21st century trends – like the digital revolution in talent management.  We must also understand the reality that some young Americans aren’t satisfied with industrial-era career tracks. 

You may have read about recent proposals on personnel changes. We are thinking many ideas through and we need time to get the best ideas and advice, and especially from the armed services.  The people of the U.S. Armed Forces are the best, and always will be the best, and how we manage them should be, too.

Today, we need to innovate, not only to continue to attract the best people, but to develop the next generation of capabilities.  Our technology remains the best.  At the same time, we can’t ignore the overall trend:  High-end military technologies long possessed by only the most advanced foes are finding their way into the hands of both non-state actors and previously much less-capable militaries.

It’s evident that nations like Russia and China have been pursuing military modernization programs to close the technology gap with the United States.  They’re developing platforms designed to thwart our traditional advantages of power projection and freedom of movement.   They’re developing and fielding new and advanced aircraft and ballistic, cruise, anti-ship, and anti-air missiles that are longer-range and more accurate.  

Just as Russia and China have advanced cyber capabilities and strategies ranging from stealthy network penetration to intellectual property theft, criminal and terrorist networks are increasing their cyber operations.  Low-cost and global proliferation of malware have lowered barriers to entry and made it easier for smaller malicious actors to strike in cyberspace. 

From cyber, to electronic warfare, to threats in outer space and under the sea, we need to redouble our effort on those frontiers.  And just as DOD and government investment played a historic role in helping spur ground-up technology innovation in the past – from the Internet, to GPS, to Apple’s Siri – today we need to invest in new technology, new partnerships, and new innovation for this new environment. 

All of this – having the best people, maintaining the best technology, and executing the best strategy – takes resources. 

To that end, we proposed investments in key areas of the U.S. Air Force program in to support this strategy in the President’s 2016 Budget – in our nuclear deterrence forces; in space and counter-space capabilities; in counter-A2/AD platforms, systems, and technologies; in cyber capabilities; in guided munitions; and in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms, systems, and technologies.
I believe these remain the right areas of focus for the Air Force program in PB17, and I look forward to continuing conversations with Air Force leadership and the senior leadership of the Department about these investments.  But throughout these discussions, we ought to be clear and determined about the way forward given some real constraints we face.

Time and again, our military has proven extraordinarily capable and adaptive.  And despite the decrease in defense spending since Fiscal Year 2013, the four big pillars of our national defense strategy remain sound: providing for homeland defense; having the capacity and capability to respond to multiple contingencies at the same time; conducting a global counterterrorism campaign with partners; and responding to emerging 21st century threats like cyber and space.
But we also can’t ignore certain constraints on our operations and strategy.  Budget uncertainty, a decrease in defense resources, and Congressional reluctance to agree to proposed reforms – including eliminating overhead and unneeded infrastructure, retiring older platforms, and making reasonable adjustments in compensation – amount to a tax on how we plan and how we operate.

If we have to carry these burdens further, it’s clear we will have to approach parts of our defense strategy differently than we have before.  I believe we should be thoughtful and direct about this.  As a Department, we will have to make changes in order to provide the best defense for our nation....

The men and women of the Air Force and of this organization, AFA, have been a critical link between where we are and where we need to be. You have helped change this country and change the world. 

Together, in these next few weeks, we must push for the sensible decisions we need so the Air Force can continue to succeed, so that America can fly, and fight, and win … so that we can out-perform, out innovate, and out compete anyone in the world.  The decisions and investments we make in the next several months, and the next several years, will determine our strength and security for the next several decades

From cyberspace, to outer space, to the defense of the global commons, every one of us – not just in this room but across the country – benefits from the security and peace of mind the Air Force provides.  That’s why it is so important, and why we must all be part of the effort to reinvent what AFA calls our aerospace nation.  That’s our opportunity and that’s our obligation.  And that’s how we will continue America’s supremacy in air and space for the next aerospace century and beyond.

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Secretary of Defense Speech


As Delivered by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2015

Thank you so much, Minister of Defense Ursula von der Leyen.  Thank you.  More about her in just a moment.

But first, Guten Morgen.  Ich freue mich sehr hier in Berlin zu sein, danke Ihnen fuer das herzliche Willkommen.

I hope that makes my instructors at the Goethe Institute in Rothenburg ob der Tauber long ago, Brigitte [unclear], if you’re still around, thank you.  I hope I made you proud.

I want to thank all of you for coming together today to talk about the future of the U.S.-German partnership and the Transatlantic relationship, and I’m pleased to say that future is incredibly bright. 

We have many people to thank for that.  Ambassador John Emerson has done a remarkable job deepening ties here.  Thank you, John.  I’d also like to thank Atlantik-Brücke, its Chairman Friedrich Merz and Executive Director Eveline Metzen for hosting us today and doing so much to support the Transatlantic relationship.  Thank you.

And I, more importantly we, must thank Defense Minister von der Leyen.  I knew from our first meeting that she would be an excellent colleague and a fierce advocate for Germany’s men and women in uniform.

Just as I studied in Germany, she studied in California at Stanford.  I value her remarkable candor as she pursues defense reforms and explores ways to attract more men and women to military service, two initiatives that I also focus on in America’s military.  I welcome her advocacy for an increased German leadership role, and I appreciate her willingness to challenge convention.  I can think of no better representative for Germany’s military and for Germany’s leadership in NATO and Europe. I look forward to continuing our visit today and in the days ahead and in deepening the U.S.-Germany partnership in the years ahead.

We gather here during a year when history fills the air and at a moment when we have the opportunity to continue the dramatic progress this continent has made in recent decades.  For even as we face challenges in Europe’s south and Europe’s east, and also around the world, we do so with unique advantages as a community

At a time when some have suggested our relationship is suffering from a crisis and others have questioned the staying power of our partnership, we know better.  The new threats facing Europe have revealed more of our collective strengths and our collective shortcomings.  And our unity – so powerful when intact – will help assure Transatlantic security and ensure that we move forward together. 

And as we think about our future, we gain confidence from our shared history.  There were many symbolic ends to the Cold War.  The most obvious, and welcome and well-known happened just outside these doors when the Berlin Wall was torn down and the Brandenburg Gate reopened.  But for many, the Cold War ended on more personal terms.  For some, it was the opportunity to visit a family in East Berlin or to study abroad. 

For me, it was when the last nuclear weapon rolled out of Ukraine.  I was there in Pervomaysk that summer day in 1996 when sunflowers were planted where a missile silo once stood.  As someone who dedicated the early part of his career to understanding – thankfully theoretically – the technical and terrible nature of nuclear weapons, it demonstrated that the world could indeed change that day.  That despite human nature’s very real need for security, a country could choose to give up nuclear weapons.

In this year of anniversaries we can look back on decades of decisions that brought us to this point.  And 70 years after the end of World War II, 60 years after the western part of a divided Germany entered NATO, and 25 years after Germany’s reunification we can see remarkable progress here in Berlin and around Europe

That progress was made possible by shared interests, shared history, shared sacrifices, and most critically, a shared commitment to democratic principles and a rules- and norms-based international order.  But it was made real by the brave choices and steps taken by individuals here in Germany, in the United States and throughout all of Europe.  Some steps were bigger, like NATO and EU enlargement; some were smaller, like restoring the Reichstag and reopening the American embassy near here.  All those choices mattered.

Today we can and will make choices like that again.  One only needs to take a walk outside these doors to see the good that unity can do. 

The success in bustling Berlin, around Germany, and throughout Europe demonstrate the value of the choices we’ve made together since the end of World War II and the Cold War.  And while we cannot predict the future, by choosing to preserve our unity and secure the rules-based international order that got us here, we can ensure that the future remains bright and that it’s widely available to all.

Europeans, like all people, deserve the right to live in peace, to be part of a healthy economy, and to decide the form of government they want for themselves. 

That’s why we must work together to tie our trade and economies closer.  That’s why we must continue to deepen the cultural and educational exchanges that Ursula and my youths represent and that already make our citizens smarter and better prepared for their future.  And because none of the rest, none of the rest is possible without security, we need to confront new security challenges to Europe’s south and east.

To the south, terrorism and state failure have put tremendous pressures on countries in North Africa and the Middle East.  Instability has caused waves of migration, stressing law enforcement and domestic institutions throughout Europe.  And around the continent, thousands of radicalized individuals have gone to fight in Syria and Iraq, and some seek to return. 

ISIL poses a grave threat to Europe, the United States and our friends and allies around the world because of it steady metastasis and its evil intentions.  The United States is working with a global coalition including Germany to help extricate ISIL from its safe haven, build partner capacity and deliver ISIL a lasting defeat.  I’m confident we’ll do so.

To the east, Russia has used its political, economic and military power to undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of neighboring countries, flouted international legal norms, and destabilized the European security order by attempting to annex Crimea and continuing to fuel further violence in eastern Ukraine. 

Meanwhile, as Russia aggressively modernizes its military capabilities and warfighting doctrine, it’s also actively seeking to undermine NATO and to erode the security and economic ties that bind us all together.  And after violating the longstanding INF Treaty, Moscow’s nuclear sabre rattling raises questions about Russia’s commitment to strategic stability and causes us…to wonder about their respect…and whether they continue to respect the profound caution…that world leaders in the nuclear age have shown over decades to the brandishing of nuclear weapons.

The challenges from both the south and the east are different, but both must be addressed with equal vigor.  Both require new 21st Century approaches and both the threats – and our responses – to them will define the future of Europe’s security in the Transatlantic community for years to come.

To meet these challenges and secure our bright future the United States is pleased to see this great nation choose to make important contributions to international peace and security and be poised to provide leadership and security commensurate with its economic and political weight.

Twenty years since Germany offered military support to UN peacekeepers and later to the NATO mission in Bosnia, Germany has been playing an important role in some of the most difficult challenges facing the world and the Transatlantic community.

Today Germany is playing a leading role in the effort to diffuse the Russia-Ukraine crisis and sending military support and observers to the OSCE mission in Ukraine. 

Germany continues its leadership role in Afghanistan, supplying significant forces to NATO’s Resolute Support mission. 

Germany’s participated in the P5+1 Talks that seek to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. 

And most recently, Germany is providing critical training and capabilities to the fight against ISIL in northern Iraq. 

These are hard challenges and Europe, the United States, and the world are safer for Germany’s leadership in them. As the Secretary of Defense I’d like to thank the German government and particularly the German Bundestag for advancing and sustaining Germany military deployments and efforts that promote our mutual security.

I know there’s a vibrant debate underway on Germany’s global responsibilities, one component of which is the role of Germany’s military power.  The United States is pleased that Germany is willing to open a discussion on the constitutional parameters governing security and defense activities here.  And we’re pleased that after almost ten years a new defense White Book is being written to consider the changed strategic environment and to help set your priorities. 

I am committed, and the Department of Defense is prepared to support these important efforts.  The United States and Germany need to explore more concrete ways to work together. 

Generational bonds once made this a bit easier, but times have changed and remembrance of the past will only carry our relationships so far -- especially as memories fade.  As the world changes, issues will arise that we need to solve together such as the relationship between technology, privacy and security.  And while differences between friends are natural, we must remember that our relationship is always rooted in shared interests, shared values, and our common security.

We cannot take this for granted.  The United States and Germany should continue to revitalize our relationship and find new ways to extend the bonds of friendship.  To enhance…enhance our military ties I’m pleased that together we have established a Transatlantic Capability Enhancement and Training Initiative –TACET – to further coordinate our military activities, training and exercises, thus strengthening what we’re capable of doing together. 

That cooperation and Germany’s willingness to step up are indispensable to Transatlantic security. But we also must assure that NATO, long the gold standard in alliances, continues to evolve to meet new types of threats and secure the bright future that can be ours. 

Last fall in Wales, NATO’s 28 leaders agreed to several powerful steps.  Steps that together represent one of the most significant efforts in the history of the alliance.  NATO has nearly doubled the number of military exercises in just one year; set up new command centers; reorganized the NATO Response Force; and established the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force, or VJTF.  Later today Defense Minister von der Leyen and I will…travel to Münster and visit with that VJTF brigade led this year by Germany and fresh from an exercise that demonstrated its ability to deploy on 48 hours’ notice from multiple locations in Europe to any crisis on NATO territory.  We’ll be joined by the Defense Ministers of Norway, and the Netherlands -- other significant contributors to the VJTF.

The VJTF is only one way NATO is adapting.  To be prepared for the threats of the future we must review our plans and approaches and be ready to change the way we think about these new challenges.  How do we confront cyber attacks, propaganda campaigns, and hybrid warfare?  How do we balance liberty and security in preparing for migration surges, terrorism, and flows of foreign fighters?  How do we ensure we can deal with more than one challenge at a time? 

The answer, of course, is that we will do so together as we always have, but the Cold War play book doesn’t apply to this future. 

Our new play book takes the lessons of history and leverages our Alliance’s strengths in new ways for these new threats.  We will use small footprint, high impact rotational presence; build partner capacity; integrate planning between cyber, space and conventional forces; ensure combined military and civilian responses together; use smart sanctions; and launch new media information efforts. 

I will see some of what we’re doing to make that new play book a reality this week.  I already mentioned our trip to the VJTF in Münster this afternoon.  But I’ll also be traveling on to Tallinn, Estonia to visit the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence there, and the Sailors and Marines aboard the USS San Antonio who just participated in the multinational Baltic operations, or BALTOPS exercise there.  And later this week at the NATO Defense Ministerial I’ll work with my colleagues to be bold and creative as we seek new ways to adapt our alliance for these 21st Century challenges.

To implement new plans and the new play book NATO has to be more capable and able, if necessary, to meet two or more challenges at once.  Or as we Americans say, NATO needs to be able to walk and chew gum at the same time.  We do not have the luxury of addressing challenges one at a time.  Despite the progress since the Wales summit, the challenges and opportunities before us require that the Alliance do more.  No country can retrench and escape responsibility for confronting the threats that face us all. 

Throughout NATO’s history the United States has provided the lion’s share of funding for the Alliance.  Today we provide 70 percent of all defense spending in the Alliance.  And make no mistake, America remains capable of and committed to leveraging all the elements of our national power to assure our collective security, but the United States cannot, should not, and will not meet these challenges in Europe alone.  The Transatlantic relationship and Transatlantic security is, as ever, a two-sided affair.

As allies, we must all ensure the Defense Investment Pledge made at last year’s Wales Summit means something.  As allies, we must all accept our fair share of security responsibility to each other; and as allies we all must choose to invest in, develop, and field new capabilities now and in the future.  Germany is stepping up on this score.  Your recent commitment to a six percent defense spending increase puts you on a positive trajectory, but more is required to ensure that Germany’s defense investments match Germany’s leadership role.

That example is important because there’s an undeniable tendency to turn inward here, around Europe, and also in America.  We need to guard against that temptation, to move forward together.  We need to explain to those who doubt the value of our NATO commitments that the security of Europe is vital to everything else we hold dear

Transatlantic economic prosperity is intimately tied to the security of our nations, this continent, and the world.  Our political freedoms, so hard-won over the decades, cannot be taken for granted.  NATO and Europe have long stood for a set of principles that make us the envy of most of the world.  And NATO and Europe have long been engaged and capable of standing up for those principles here and around the world.  The world needs Europe…needs Europe…to continue to do so.

A more active Germany and a more adaptive NATO will ensure that while Vladimir Putin may be intent on turning the clock back in Russia, he cannot turn the clock back in Europe.

Since Russia began its campaign against Ukraine early last year -- violating the UN Charter, the Helsinki Accords, and the NATO-Russia Founding Act, as well as the commitment it made in Budapest – the Budapest Memorandum – that I myself saw signed in Budapest in 1994.  Since then the United States, NATO, and the EU have made clear to Russia that its aggressive actions have no place in today’s world.

The best tool we have to confront Russia’s aggression in Ukraine is the economic sanctions regime the United States and Europe are leading against those responsible for this unacceptable behavior.  These sanctions are having an effect, and they’ve increased the cost Russia is paying for its aggression.

Chancellor Merkel with her exhaustive personal diplomacy, has been a tremendous leader in this effort and I encourage the EU to maintain solidarity and support for these sanctions as they did last week, as long as it takes to convince the Kremlin to fully implement the Minsk Agreements.

Ukraine is only one part of our larger concerns these days about Russia.  In response, we’re taking a strong but balanced strategic approach.  An approach that seeks to ensure Russia cannot force anyone to turn…toward the past, all the while welcoming and encouraging Russia to turn back toward the future.

In our response, we will not rely on the Cold War play book. 

We will take a new, strong, and balanced strategic approach.  We will take necessary steps in the U.S. and NATO capabilities, posture, and plans to deter Russia’s maligned and destabilizing influence, coercion, and aggression, including its efforts to undermine strategic stability and challenge the military balance in Europe.  To do so we’ll leverage strong and modern U.S. forces -- the greatest fighting force, the world has even known – an adaptive and agile NATO working, as I said, from a new play book; and deepening security partnerships throughout Europe and around the world.  Just this week, just this week there are 20 named exercises of U.S. forces in Europe.  Just this week.

We will continue to help reduce the vulnerability of allies and partners, not only through military training and support, but also through work to enhance European energy security, and therefore decrease dependence on Russian energy

Even as we take prudent steps to guard against a more aggressive Russia we will continue to cooperate with Russia when it is willing and where it is applying its influence on the many issues where Russia’s leaders do indeed see that their interests align with the interests of the international communityThis includes the P5+1 negotiations with Iran, nonproliferation more generally, counter-terrorism -- countering ISIL-like movements, and other issues

Finally, and this is important, the United States will continue to hold out the possibility that Russia will assume the role of respected partner moving forward, not isolated and going backward as it is today. 

Let me focus on that last point for a moment.  Much of the progress we’ve made together since the end of the Cold War, we accomplished with Russia.  Let me repeat that.  Not in spite of Russia, not against Russia, not without Russia, but with it. 

Russia has worked toward the future before.  In 1995, for example, I worked with the Russian Minister of Defense to ensure that it joined NATO in bringing peace to Bosnia.  In 1996 that same Minister was there planting sunflowers in Pervomaysk with his American and Ukrainian counterparts.  And more recently, Russia has hosted a key NATO supply route into Afghanistan.

People in the United States, here in Europe, and it should be clear in Russia, all benefited from that collaboration and progress.  That’s why we’ll keep the door open for Russia.  But it’s up to the Kremlin to decide. 

We do not seek a cold, let alone a hot war with Russia.  We do not seek to make Russia an enemy.  But make no mistake, we will defend our allies, the rules-based international order, and the positive future it affords us.  We will stand up to Russia’s actions and their attempts to reestablish a Soviet-era sphere of influence.

The United States will not let Russia drag us back to the past.  We want to move forward together. 

But whatever is decided in the Kremlin, we will move forward, and Europe will move forward.  That’s why we will continue America’s strength and leadership.  That’s why we encourage Germany’s efforts to lead on security.  And that’s why we’re working so hard to assure NATO’s capabilities and unity.  That’s why we still, despite past history and today’s deeply troubling trends, hold open the possibility of a turn to the future by Russia.

And moving forward…moving forward will be better still.  I look forward to coming back to Europe years from now for anniversaries to come at NATO’s 100th Anniversary that celebrates the adaptive Alliance’s singular role in this new century.  For the 50th Anniversary of a unified Germany that commemorates this nation’s increased global security leadership.  For the 25th Anniversary of the VJTF that helps NATO respond to new threats.  At each of these anniversaries we hope Russia is present and contributing to global peace and prosperity

That’s the future that can be ours when we move forward together.  And if we meet our commitments to each other and stay unified, I’m confident we will reach it.

Vielen Dank für ihre Aufmerksamkeit.  Ich beantworte sehr gerne ihre Fragen.  Thank you.


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USA OBAMA 2015 United Nations Full Speech Obama states in speech USA joins peacekeeping Force it is really called Global Police http://www.worldproblems.net/english/... Breaking News October 5 2015 http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/... Obama Administration and UN Announce “GLOBAL POLICE FORCE” to Fight “Extremism” IN USA CITIES - Loretta Lynch Attorney General announced before the United Nations in collaboration with several USA cities, will form a global law enforcement initiative called the Strong Cities Network. This is the implementation of UN rules and laws on US soil, bypassing Congress and circumventing the Constitution. - http://pamelageller.com/2015/10/obama...

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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Oct - 01:57 (2015)    Sujet du message: RUSSIAN SHIPS ENTER THE MEDITERRANEAN AS FIGHTERS TEST TURKEY'S AIRSPACE Répondre en citant


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Filed to: Syria10/05/15 7:50pm

More evidence of Russia’s deepening and seemingly erratic involvement in Syria’s civil war has now appeared via movements of parts of its Black Sea Fleet into the Mediterranean and blatant incursions into Turkey’s airspace by their Syrian-based tactical aircraft.

First Video Report From Russia's Air Base In Syria Shows Su-34s In Action

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Russia’s mission creep in Syria seems more like a mission sprint over the last month, with a fully established air base supporting daily air strikes humming away and an Iranian-Iraqi-Hezbollah backed ground offensive, which Russia will support, looming.

According to NATO, two aerial incidents occurred near the Turkish-Syrian border this weekend involving tactical aircraft emanating out of Syria. The first saw a Russian Su-30SM cross into Turkey’s airspace and after repeated warnings Turkish Air Force F-16s were vectored in to intercept the jet. As the F-16s approached, the Su-30 crossed back over the border into Syrian airspace. A similar incident is said to have occurred with a Russian Su-24 Fencer.

Moscow has fully admitted to the incursions, stating that it was a “navigational error,” which is laughable considering how modern the Su-30SM’s avionics suite is and how even a mobile GPS, which Russian Su-24s are known to use, could keep the pilots aware of what territory they are over.

Check Out The Walmart-Grade GPS Systems In These Russian Attack Jets

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Turkish F-16C:

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu played down the violation, unlike his NATO collegues, stating that it was a mistake and that contacts between the two countries (Russia and Turkey) remain strong:


“Our foreign minister called the Russian foreign minister and said clearly that this should not be repeated. The information from Russia this morning was that this happened by mistake and that they respect Turkish borders and that it will not be repeated... Whoever violates our airspace, our rules of engagement are clear. We will warn whoever violates our borders and our airspace in a friendly manner. This country can be whichever and Russia is our neighbor, our friend. In this way, there is no tension between Turkey and Russia. The Syria issue is not a Turkish-Russian crisis.”

This softer, kinder approach to aircraft busting through the Syrian-Turkey border from the south is a far cry from Turkey’s previous hard-line stance, which resulted in a Turkish F-16 downing a MiG-23 over a year and a half ago. Obviously the implications of downing a Syrian MiG are far less than a Russian fighter operating on behalf of the Assad regime.

Why Turkey Shot A Syrian Air Force MiG-23 Out Of The Sky

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The intercept of Russian aircraft in Turkish airspace was not the only aerial incident between Turkey and Assad-aligned forces in Syria over the weekend. On Sunday, reportedly a MiG-29 Fulcrum flying near the Turkish-Syrian border locked its fire control radar on Turkish F-16s patrolling on their side for almost six minutes straight, which was an unnerving event for the Turkish F-16 crews.

Although the MiG-29 is flown by Russia as well as Syria, Russia does not have any of the aircraft deployed to its base near Latakia. As such, the MiG-29 belonged to Syria unless they were misidentified Russian Su-30SMs, which is doubtful.

Amazing Video: What It's Like When A Syrian MiG-29 Shoots At You

Up until now, Syria's MiG-29s have stayed largely out of the fighting. This incredible video… Read more

All this is just a reminder of how volatile and complex the situation, both on the ground and in the air, has become in and around Syria since Russia dived into the conflict.

Meanwhile, reports that a portion of Russia’s primarily Crimea-based Black Sea fleet have entered the Eastern Mediterranean under the guise of executing various anti-surface, anti-submarine and anti-air drills. This flotilla includes the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet, the Slava Class cruiser Moskva.

Read all about Russia’s Black Sea fleet here:

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The Slava class cruiser Moskva, the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet:

This multi-role picket ship is capable of area air defense and packs the S-300P surface-to-air missile system, which has a range of around 50 miles. By parking this ship off the coast of northwest Syria, it could provide an anti-air early warning and engagement umbrella for Russia’s interests around the Syrian port cities of Latakia and Tartus, and everything in between, including Russia’s airfield south of Latakia. Currently Russia’s air defenses in Syria only consist of a handful of fighter aircraft and SA-22 short-range point air defense systems.

The Slava class cruiser’s S-300 missile vertical launch silos:

Russia’s current eastern Mediterranean flotilla is supposedly made up mainly of the Moskva, two Krivak Class frigates, one Kashin class destroyer and a couple amphibious landing ships, among smaller patrol vessels (you can see pictures of some of these vessels passing through the Bosporus recently here). According to Russian military officials, these ships may also be used to form a blockade of the Syrian coastline, which is about 100 miles long, and to deliver naval gunfire support against coastal and inland targets.

The inclusion of Russian naval forces in Moscow’s growing strategy in Syria is not an illogical one. By using the Black Sea Fleet as a “bookend” to their forces already deployed to Syria, it sends a powerful message to Washington and NATO that they intend to stay there no matter what and it creates layer of air and sea defenses they don’t currently enjoy in the region. These ships also provide a flexible set of capabilities that Russia can use at will without really any risk or need for additional force protection like land-based forces require. Above all else it is a display of Russia’s might on a global stage, something President Putin has grown quite fond of over the last two years.

As for how effective these ships actually are at high-end tasks like area air defense against modern military capabilities, it remains a very debatable issue. Russia’s Black Sea Fleet was neglected over the years and is largely made up of weapons designed in the 1970s and early 1980s. But just because they are dated does not mean they are are not a threat to be factored in, especially in a low-intensity conflict like the one in Syria where mistakes can easily be made and no real surface-to-air missile threat has previously materialized.

If Russia uses its fleet to blockade the Syrian coast, it could curtail resupply of rebel fighters, especially to those in northwest tip of the country. If Russia uses their naval assets to shell targets within a few miles of the coastline it will be lower-risk and more efficient than flying individual air sorties. Considering that Russia has been seen primarily using dumb bombs with its aerial attack fleet since strikes began just days ago, naval shelling really is no different and it is a more persistent and psychologically damning way of delivering similar affects on targeted positions.

Russia’s potential use of naval power in Syria is also a reminder that they don’t aim at fighting ISIS by using such tactics, they are primarily fighting more moderate anti-Assad forces as ISIS holds no coastal territory and is not known to be deeply embedded in western Syria at all.

A Krivak and Kashin class frigate at anchor in Sevastopol, Crimea:

Contact the author Tyler@Jalopnik.com
Image credits: Top Shot screen cap via youtube, Slava Class photo and shot of two frigates via AP, Turkish F-16s via Turkish AF, all others DoD


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By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Joshua DuFrane, USS George Washington Public Affairs

PACIFIC OCEAN (Oct. 2, 2015) An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter assigned to the Black Knights of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 4 flies over Peruvian navy Carvajal-class frigate BAP Mariategui (FM 54) as it prepares to land aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Jonathan Nelson)

PACIFIC OCEAN - Aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2 and Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 23 conducted a bilateral exercise with the Peruvian Navy and Air Force Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 as part of Southern Seas 2015.

The bilateral exercise helps regional forces work together to address shared maritime security priorities during a series of cooperative training events and subject matter exchanges.

"The opportunity for our two navies to train together is important," said Rear Adm. Lisa Franchetti, commander, CSG-9. “During this exercise, our strike group trained with Peruvian Navy and Air Force partners across the full spectrum of maritime operations to include anti-submarine warfare, air defense and maritime interdiction. Through this type of focused training, we develop the capability to respond to all types of threats.”

Their integration aims to improve joint interoperability, carrier strike group operations and to practice war fighting against various threats.

"In a bilateral exercise you have the opportunity to plan, conduct and debrief," said Franchetti. "We can tailor the exercise to achieve objectives for both nations. We work together to ensure we are trained to handle all types of situations.”

During Southern Seas 2015, U.S. forces will also conduct two multilateral exercises with participants from Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.

"Anytime you have a language barrier or an opportunity to work with a foreign country it benefits our training," said Capt. Fernando Garcia, CSG-9 operations officer. "It gives us a better cultural understanding of their country. It also benefits their training because they see our tactics, procedures and techniques which help them to gain experience."

This is the first time in several years an aircraft carrier with an embarked air wing and destroyer squadron is transiting around South America.

Washington, embarked CSG-9, CVW-2 and DESRON-23 are deployed as part of Southern Seas 2015 which seeks to enhance interoperability, increase regional stability and build and maintain relationships with countries throughout the region through joint, multinational and interagency exchanges and cooperation.


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Intercession of St. Michael. Sorry but St. Michael is under the authority of Jesus Christ, not to the Pope of Rome and to the Babylonian Catholic church who persecuted the saints for thousand of year.

Calls on Them to Seek Intercession of St. Michael to Avoid Falling Into the Snares of the Devil

Rome, October 05, 2015 (ZENIT.org) Junno Arocho Esteves 

In the war between good and evil, the devil will seek to corrupt souls through riches, vanity and pride. This was the central theme of Pope Francis’ homily at a Mass with members of the Vatican Gendarmerie on Saturday morning.

The Mass commemorated the feast of the Archangel Michael, patron saint of the Vatican Gendarmerie, which was celebrated on September 29th.

The Pope began by reflecting on the first reading from the Book of Revelations, which details the war between the angels of God commanded by St. Michael against Satan. Although this speaks on the final battle, the Pope said that this war has been waged daily throughout history.

“It is waged in the heart of men and women, in the hearts of Christians and non-Christians,” he said. “It is the war between good and evil, where we must choose what we want, good or evil. But the method of war, the methods of war of these two enemies are totally opposite.”

Regarding the devil, the Pope said that Satan wages war by seducing “with demonic fascination” that leads one to believe everything. “He knows how to sell with this fascination, he sells well, but in the end he pays badly!” the Pope exclaimed.

This method of seduction is exemplified in the devil’s temptation of Jesus in the desert. These temptations comprise three steps, the first being through riches which ultimately leads to corruption. “Corruption is everywhere: many people sell their soul, sell their happiness, sell their life, sell everything for two cents. It is the first step: riches,” he said.

This first temptation, which leads to a sense of self-importance, precedes the second step: vanity. The final step is pride or the love of power which can make “one thinks one is God, and this is the great sin.”

“This is our struggle, and therefore today we ask the Lord that, through the intercession of the Archangel Michael, we are defended from the snares, the fascination, the seductions of this ancient serpent who is called Satan,” he said.

The Pope encouraged the members of the Gendarmerie to pray, through the intercession of their patron St. Michael, to defend them from every temptation of corruption. He said that like Jesus, the more humble their service, the more fruitful it will be. The Pope also encouraged them to follow Jesus’ example when the devil attempts to ensnare them.

“If we go to the account of the temptation of Jesus, we never find a word of his. Jesus does not answer with his own words; he answers with the words of Scripture, all three times. It is what he teaches us. One cannot dialogue with the devil, and this helps so much when temptation comes: I won’t speak with you; only the Word of the Lord,” he said.

“May the Lord help us in this struggle of every day, but not for ourselves; it is a struggle for service, because you are men and women of service: of service to society, of service to others, of service to make goodness grow in the world,” he concluded.

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On ZENIT's website:

For the full text of the Pope's homily, go to: http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/pope-s-homily-at-mass-with-vatican-gendarmerie

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This is shocking beyond belief. Kindergarteners and 1st Graders are to go through traumatic Shooting Drills in New Jersey.
And what's most shocking is, this was made compulsory in September 2011 (14 months BEFORE Sandy Hook).
How do American mums and dads just allow this. It staggers me.


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Geoffrey Grider | October 7, 2015

According to the Russian Senator Igor Morozov, Beijing has taken decision to take part in combating IS and sent its vessels to the Syrian coast.

“And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.” Revelation 16:12 (KJV)

The following was translated from the Russian news site Pravda: Igor Morozov, member of the Russian Federation Committee on International Affairs claimed about the beginning of the military operation by China against the IS terrorists. “It is known, that China has joined our military operation in Syria, the Chinese cruiser has already entered the Mediterranean, aircraft carrier follows it,” Morozov said.

According to him, Iran may soon join the operation carried out by Russia against the IS terrorists, via Hezbollah. Thus, the Russian coalition in the region gains ground, and most reasonable step of the US would be to join it. Although the stance of Moscow and Washington on the ways of settlement of the Syrian conflict differs, nonetheless, low efficiency of the US coalition acts against terrorists is obvious. Islamists have just strengthened their positions.

As Leonid Krutakov told Pravda.Ru in an interview, the most serious conflict is currently taking place namely between China and the US. Moscow may support any party, the expert believes, and that is what will change the world order for many years. source

This article first appear on Pravda on September 29, 2015, and since that time Iran’s participation has been 100% confirmed. Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s elite Quds Force, has sent hundreds of ground soldiers into Syria in the past few days apparently in cooperation with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, said a senior Israeli security official Thursday.

Breitbart New has also confirmed reports of Chinese participation in the ongoing Russian war in Syria.

Looks like the “kings of the East” are waking up.


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Geoffrey Grider | October 1, 2015

Hundreds of Iranian troops have arrived in Syria in the last 10 days and will soon join government forces and their Lebanese Hezbollah allies in a major ground offensive backed by Russian air strikes, two Lebanese sources told Reuters.

“Keep not thou silence, O God: hold not thy peace, and be not still, O God. For, lo, thine enemies make a tumult: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head.” Psalm 83:1,2 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: One day after Russia began airstrikes on pockets of resistance to the Assad regime in Syria, news had surfaced that Iran is sending ground troops to join the battle. Russia and Iran are not there to defeat ISIS, they are there to restore power to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad. Huge difference. By doing this, a permanent military front will be created on Israel’s northern border. The complete balance of power in the Middle East has changed and seemingly overnight. But this is not random happenstance, this is the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. And where the American President as all this is happening? On the sidelines, pushing gay rights from the golf course. 

“The Russian air strikes will in the near future be accompanied by ground advances by the Syrian army and its allies,” said one of the sources familiar with political and military developments in the conflict.

“It is possible that the coming land operations will be focused in the Idlib and Hama countryside,” the source added.

The two sources said the operation would be aimed at recapturing territory lost by President Bashar al-Assad’s government to rebels.

It points to an emerging military alliance between Russia and Assad’s other main allies – Iran and Hezbollah – focused on recapturing areas of northwestern Syria that were seized by insurgents in rapid advances earlier this year.

“The vanguard of Iranian ground forces began arriving in Syria: soldiers and officers specifically to participate in this battle. They are not advisors … we mean hundreds with equipment and weapons. They will be followed by more,” the second source said. Iraqis would also take part in the operation, the source said.

Thus far, direct Iranian military support for Assad has come mostly in the form of military advisors. Iran has also mobilized Shi’ite militia fighters, including Iraqis and some Afghans, to fight alongside Syrian government forces.

Lebanon’s Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran, has been fighting alongside the Syrian army since early in the conflict.

The Russian air force began air strikes in Syria on Wednesday, targeting areas near the cities of Homs and Hama in the west of the country, where Assad’s forces are fighting an array of insurgent groups, though not Islamic State, which is based mostly in the north and east.

An alliance of insurgent groups including the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front and powerful Ahrar al-Sham made rapid gains in Idlib province earlier this year, completely expelling the government from the area bordering Turkey. source


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MessagePosté le: Ven 9 Oct - 05:43 (2015)    Sujet du message: U.S. AND REPUBLIC OF KOREA NAVY SENIOR ENLISTED LEADERS CONDUCT JOINT TRAINING Répondre en citant


Story Number: NNS151007-12Release Date: 10/7/2015 3:01:00 PM

By Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea Public Affairs

CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (NNS) -- Chief Petty Officers from the U.S. and Republic of Korea (ROK) navies teamed up to conduct the first Chief Petty Officer Training Symposium in Chinhae, Oct. 5-7.

During the three-day event, the combined chief's mess discussed different leadership principles, shared personal experiences and examples on ways each chief can improve their communication skills.

"This has been an absolute great opportunity for both navies to learn from each other," said Command Master Chief (CMDCM) Jason Knupp, chief petty officer training lead assigned to Pacific Fleet Command. "The ROK navy has such a rich history and we are honored to learn from each other."

The symposium, comprised of 60 U.S. and ROK chief petty officers, also featured discussions centered on how enlisted leaders can help improve the quality of life of their Sailors.

"This [symposium] has served as a great reminder that leadership is 'action' required of our positions," said ROK Naval Academy command master chief Ko, Young-Soo.

ROK Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Kim Cheon-Yong said the symposium is a testament to the strong U.S. and ROK alliance.

"Our quantity of leadership education has grown over the years and the U.S. Navy is helping us improve the quality of our leadership training," said Kim.

"Many of the things discussed during this training we have experienced in our own Navy" said Commander, Naval Forces Korea CDMCM Jim Honea. "I would like see the ROK Navy forge ahead with some of what we have learned here together and successfully navigate through their own challenges."

Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea is the regional commander for the U.S. Navy in the Republic of Korea and provides expertise on naval matters to area military commanders, including the Commander for the United Nations Command, the Combined Forces Command, and Commander, U.S. Forces Korea.

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


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MessagePosté le: Ven 9 Oct - 13:23 (2015)    Sujet du message: READOUT OF SECRETARY CARTER'S MEETING WITH FRENCH MINISTER OF DEFENSE JEAN-YVES LE DRIAN Répondre en citant


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Release No: NR-388-15
October 8, 2015

PRINT | E-MAIL Secretary of Defense Ash Carter met with French Minister of Defense Jean-Yves Le Drian today on the sidelines of the NATO Defense Ministerial in Brussels, Belgium.

Secretary Carter and Minister Le Drian reaffirmed the importance of the enduring defense partnership between the United States and France. They discussed a range of security issues, including Russian activities in Syria, and the need to maintain the pace of counter-ISIL coalition operations. ‎Secretary Carter thanked the minister for his leadership role in countering terrorism worldwide.


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MessagePosté le: Sam 10 Oct - 04:47 (2015)    Sujet du message: NAVY ANNOUNCES ROLLOUT AND WEAR DATES FOR UPCOMING UNIFORM CHANGES Répondre en citant


Story Number: NNS151009-04Release Date: 10/9/2015 11:40:00 AM 

By Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs Office

The Navy has been working to meet Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus' plans to redesign several uniform elements for Sailors that improve uniformity across the force as well as improve the function and fit of their uniforms. Several wear-tests have been conducted, and the Navy has incorporated Sailors' feedback into the final uniform and cover designs announced today.Washington (NNS) -- The Chief of Naval Personnel released NAVADMIN 236/15 Oct. 9, which announces several key uniform changes.

The Navy has been working to meet Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus' plans to redesign several uniform elements for Sailors that improve uniformity across the force as well as improve the function and fit of their uniforms. Several wear-tests have been conducted and the Navy has incorporated Sailors' feedback into the final uniform and cover designs announced Friday.

NAVADMIN 236/15 provides detailed information on the upcoming uniform changes and rollout plans, including:

* Unisex covers
o Effective immediately, the Alternative Combination Cover (ACC) and current male combination cover for officers and CPOs can now be worn by both men and women in service dress uniforms.
o The ACC is now available in Navy Exchange (NEX) Uniform Stores and through the call center.
o All Officers and Chiefs will be required to wear either the ACC or current male Combination Cover Oct. 31, 2016.
o The enlisted white hat, or Dixie Cup, is available for wear by E-6 and below April 2016, and must be worn in service dress whites (Oct. 31, 2016) and service dress blue (Jan. 1, 2020).
o Recruit Training Command (RTC) will begin issuing the Dixie Cup to all recruits beginning April 2016.

* Redesigned E-6 & below Service Dress Blue (SDB)
o Beginning Oct. 1, 2016, Recruit Training Command (RTC) will begin issuing the redesigned SDBs for E6 and below.
o Jumper style for both men and women.
o The jumper will incorporate a side zipper and the slacks will have a front zipper to help with changing in and out of uniform.
o Both men's and women's uniform pants will have the traditional 13 buttons, though they will not be functional.
o Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, the enlisted white hat, or Dixie Cup, must be worn by both men and women in the E-6 and below Service Dress Blue uniform.
o The redesigned uniform for men will be added to existing stock until the old style inventory is gone.

* Redesigned E-6 Service Dress White (SDW) with Navy Blue Piping
o New SDW for E6 and below with navy blue piping will be issued at RTC beginning Oct 1, 2017.
o Jumper style for both men and women.
o The jumper will incorporate a side zipper and the slacks will have a front zipper to help with changing in and out of the uniform.
o Mandatory wear date for SDW is Oct. 31, 2021.
o Beginning Oct. 31, 2016, the enlisted white hat, or Dixie Cup, must be worn by both men and women in the E-6 and below Service Dress Blue uniform.

* Choker style women's Officer and Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Service Dress White (SDW) Coat will be worn by both men and women
o It will be available through Navy Exchange uniform stores and call center beginning Jan. 1, 2017.
o Mandatory wear date is Jan. 1, 2020.
o The ACC or current male combination cover will be worn with the new choker coat.

* Lightweight NWU Type I for Officers and Sailors
o Will be available April 2016 at NEX Uniform Centers in Guam and Hawaii, and through the call center for Diego Garcia and Singapore.
o Beginning Oct. 1, 2016 RTC will issue to recruits.
o Sailors can wear these lighter NWU uniform items with all current NWU Type I uniform components.
o Gray-tinted garment label will be used to identify the lighter version of the NWU Type I.
o Current NWU Type I will no longer be manufactured and the lightweight NWU Type I will become the standard uniform.
o The current NWU Type I will be phased out as stock is depleted.

* New Navy Fitness Suit for all Officers and Sailors
o Navy Fitness Suit has dark blue jacket and pants with gold Navy logos and silver reflective piping. It is 100 percent nylon.
o May be worn off duty
o Will be issued to recruits at Great Lakes Beginning Oct. 1, 2016.
o The fitness suit will be available for purchase in NEX uniform stores and call center beginning January 2017.
o Mandatory wear date is Jan. 1, 2020.

* Expansion of the allowable styles of purses that women may carry in uniform. Highlights include:
o Purses must be between 5 1/2 to 16 inches wide, 5 1/2 to 14 inches high and 2 to 6 inches deep.
o Must match shoes in black, brown or white in leather or synthetic leather.
o Must match shoes in plain black, brown or white in leather or synthetic leather.
o Rectangular or square with zipper or magnetic closure with or without flap.

For more details on all the uniform changes and requirements see NAVADMIN 236/15 at www.npc.navy.mil

For more news from Chief of Naval Personnel, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnp/.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 11 Oct - 02:36 (2015)    Sujet du message: INFANTRY MILITARY DRILL CARRIED OUT IN N CHINA Répondre en citant


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An infantry brigade of the 39th army group under the Shenyang Military Area Command held a drill recently in north China's Inner Mongolia.

Following the principle of "firepower first, troops second", the commander organized the attack by taking advantage of drones reconnaissance, air raid and rocket fire to eliminate the "enemy".

"The situation on the battlefield in the future will be unpredictable. So we should organize our exercises as real, difficult and dangerous as possible so as to force officers and men to find solutions under difficult conditions," said Feng Zhongguo, commander of the drill.

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