LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum

LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1)
...

 FAQFAQ   RechercherRechercher   MembresMembres   GroupesGroupes   S’enregistrerS’enregistrer 
 ProfilProfil   Se connecter pour vérifier ses messages privésSe connecter pour vérifier ses messages privés   ConnexionConnexion 

UNITED NATIONS, GLOBAL ARMY, POLICIA, MILICIA, GANG AND... (PARTIE 2) P.1
Aller à la page: <  1, 2, 392, 93, 94118, 119, 120  >
 
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum -> LES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATION/CONCENTRATION CAMPS -> UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL ARMY, POLICIA, MILICIA, GANG .... (PARTIE 2)
Sujet précédent :: Sujet suivant  
Auteur Message
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 15 Mar - 07:02 (2016)    Sujet du message: NOW PUTIN ORDERED THE WITHDRAWAL OF RUSSIAN TROOPS FROM SYRIA / SYRIE : VLADIMIR POUTINE ANNONCE LE DEBUT DU RETRAIT DES FORCES RUSSES DE SYRIE Répondre en citant

NOW PUTIN ORDERED THE WITHDRAWAL OF RUSSIAN TROOPS FROM SYRIA
 


VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glhPoy8YpY8

SYRIE : VLADIMIR POUTINE ANNONCE LE DEBUT DU RETRAIT DES FORCES RUSSES DE SYRIE



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gJ9q8uxN44


Revenir en haut
Publicité






MessagePosté le: Mar 15 Mar - 07:02 (2016)    Sujet du message: Publicité

PublicitéSupprimer les publicités ?
Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Mar - 07:58 (2016)    Sujet du message: REPORT: CHICAGO MAYOR CUT POLICE POWER BEFORE TRUMP RALLY Répondre en citant

REPORT: CHICAGO MAYOR CUT POLICE POWER BEFORE TRUMP RALLY



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YLMSvTJa9Q


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Mar - 09:19 (2016)    Sujet du message: NAVY SUBMARINES ARRICE IN ARCTIC FOR ICEX 2016 Répondre en citant

NAVY SUBMARINES ARRICE IN ARCTIC FOR ICEX 2016

Story Number: NNS160315-18Release Date: 3/15/2016 11:26:00 AM

From Commander, Submarine Forces Public Affairs


160314-N-QA919-151 ARCTIC CIRCLE (March 14, 2016) Sailors and civilians, assigned to Arctic Submarine Lab, clear the ice from the hatch of USS Hampton (SSN 767) during Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2016. ICEX 2016 is a five-week exercise designed to research, test, and evaluate operational capabilities in the region. ICEX 2016 allows the U.S. Navy to assess operational readiness in the Arctic, increase experience in the region, advance understanding of the Arctic environment, and develop partnerships and collaborative efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tyler Thompson)


ARCTIC CIRCLE (NNS) -- Two Los Angeles-class submarines arrived at U.S. Navy Ice Camp Sargo, a temporary station on top of a floating ice sheet in the Arctic, March 14, as part of Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2016.

USS Hartford (SSN 768) from Groton, Connecticut, and USS Hampton (SSN 767) from San Diego will conduct multiple arctic transits, a North Pole surfacing, scientific data collection and other training evolutions during their time in the region.

"Submarine operations as part of ICEX provide the necessary training to maintain a working knowledge of an extremely challenging region that is very different than any other ocean in the world," said Cmdr. Scott Luers, ice camp officer-in-tactical-command and deputy director of operations for Commander Submarine Forces in Norfolk. "Navigating, communicating and maneuvering are all different in an arctic environment as there are surfaces both above and below a submarine."

ICEX 2016 is a five-week exercise designed to assess the operational readiness of the submarine force while also continuing to advance scientific research in the arctic region. The Navy's Arctic Submarine Laboratory, based in San Diego, serves as the lead organization for coordinating, planning and executing the exercise involving two submarines, multiple nations and more than 200 participants.

"Our Arctic Submarine Laboratory, led by Larry Estrada, continues to be the world leader in Arctic undersea operations," said Rear Adm. Jeff Trussler, commander, Undersea Warfighting Development Center.

Submarines have conducted under-ice operations in the Arctic region for more than 50 years. USS Nautilus (SSN 571) made the first transit in 1958. USS Skate (SSN 578) was the first U.S. submarine to surface through arctic ice at the North Pole in March, 1959. USS Sargo (SSN 583), which the temporary ice camp is named after, was the first submarine to make a winter Bering Strait transit in 1960.

Since those events, the U.S. Submarine Force has completed more than 26 Arctic exercises. ICEX 2016 is the latest exercise demonstrating the important and unique role the Submarine Force plays in implementing the Department of Defense's Arctic strategy.

"ICEX 2016 is our continued commitment to the development of undersea warfare capabilities and tactics in all areas of the world," said Trussler. "Our superiority in delivering effects in and from the undersea domain to the operational commanders is dependent on the regular exercise and demonstration of these capabilities."

For more information about ICEX 2016 or to see photos, visit www.navy.mil, www.dvidshub.net, www.facebook.com/SUBLANT or www.facebook.com/ASL.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93648



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Mar - 09:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: NAS WHITING FIELD REOPENS NOLF SUMMERDALE Répondre en citant

NAS WHITING FIELD REOPENS NOLF SUMMERDALE

Story Number: NNS160315-27Release Date: 3/15/2016 3:33:00 PM


By Jay Cope, Naval Air Station Whiting Field Public Affairs

BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (NNS) -- With a quick snip of the oversized, ceremonial scissors and a fluttering of red, white, and blue ribbon, Naval Air Station Whiting Field's Navy Outlying Landing Field Summerdale was officially reopened for business March 14.

The outlying field, located in Baldwin County, had been idle for more than 10 years, but a recent military construction project lengthened the runways to enable them to accommodate the installation's fleet of T-6B Texan II aircraft.

Baldwin County Commissioner Chris Elliott joined NAS Whiting Field Commanding Officer Capt. Todd Bahlau in the ceremony and recalled his time as a youth riding a bike near the airfield and seeing the previous training aircraft performing touch and go operations. The sight spurred his interest in aviation, and engendered a true excitement in the military.

"It is absolutely the most patriotic thing we have going here in Baldwin County," Bahlau said following the ceremony. "It is an awesome aircraft, and the mission of training NAS Whiting Field performs is incredibly important. We are proud to have you back!"

NAS Whiting Field has not utilized NOLF Summerdale regularly since 2005, but with the recent P-266 construction on the facility completed, training flights can now recommence. Construction was necessitated by the installation's planned replacement of the venerable T-34 Turbomentor aircraft with the T-6B Texan II. The T-6B required longer runways and NOLF Barin and NOLF Summerdale were selected as the airfields best able to accommodate the extensions during a lengthy scoping process in 2010.

The construction effort included the purchase of privately owned land, dwellings and structures necessary for the construction of runway extensions, reestablishing clear zones and realigning nearby roadways. Each runway was extended by 1,150 feet, providing total runway lengths of 4,000 feet. Additionally, 500 foot overruns were provided at the end of each runway to comply with Navy and FAA Safety requirements. The construction at NOLF Summerdale represents one half of a $36.5M Military Construction (MILCON) project to revitalize and extend NOLFs Barin and Summerdale.

"The completion of NOLF Summerdale represents a significant increase in flight safety and scheduling flexibility for Training Air Wing 5 to complete their Primary flight training mission," Cmdr. Eric Seib, NAS Whiting Field's Operations Officer said. "With nearly 70 percent of all primary flight training flown out of NAS Whiting Field, the addition of NOLF Summerdale gives a significant increase in airfield training opportunities. The addition of NOLF Summerdale reduces airspace congestion thus increasing flight safety over the other NOLF's that support primary flight training. The completion of P266 represents a major milestone in potential student Naval aviator throughput at NAS Whiting Field."

NAS Whiting Field's complex is the busiest Naval aviation facility in the world and serves as the "Backbone of Naval Aviation." Training Air Wing 5, the major tenant command on the base, regularly accomplishes more than 1.1 million flight operations per year and flies more than 150,000 flight hours. This comprises 14 percent of all Navy and Marine Corps flight hours worldwide.

More than 700 student military aviators completed their primary flight training through Training Air Wing 5 in 2015. This comprises approximately two thirds of all primary Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviators. TRAWING-5 also trains all helicopter pilots for the three maritime services. NOLF Summerdale will be one of five outlying fields that NAS Whiting Field and Training Air Wing 5 use to complete their T-6B aviator training mission.

The others are NOLFs Barin, Evergreen, Brewton, and Choctaw. Bahlau emphasized the need for NOLF Summerdale to augment the other NOLFs.

"The production of pilots for our national defense is just as important now as it was when Outlying Field Summerdale was first constructed in 1943," NAS Whiting Field Commanding Officer Capt. Todd Bahlau said. "The completion of the runway extensions at Summerdale reestablishes a key asset for our mission and will help ensure years of safe, productive flight training for our student aviators."

Navy Outlying Landing Field Summerdale has played an integral part in NAS Whiting Field's military pilot training mission, dating back to its original construction date of 1943. During the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s this airfield supported training flights from both Training Air Wing 5 at NAS Whiting Field and Training Air Wing 6 at NAS Pensacola in support of T-34 touch and goes. The last significant number of operations that occurred at NOLF Summerdale was in 2005, when Training Air Wing 6 at NAS Pensacola began their T-34 to T-6A transition. Since 2005 the airfield has served as a "Low Approach" only airfield due to the runway length restrictions.

Training Air Wing 5 commenced full-time training flight operations March 14.

"The residents of Baldwin County and Summerdale are tremendous patriots and supporters of the military -- it is a great place to fly, and we are happy to be back," Bahlau said.

For more news from Naval Air Station Whiting Field, visit www.navy.mil/local/naswf/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93649



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Mar - 09:31 (2016)    Sujet du message: SAUDI ARABIA PLANNING SUNNI 'MUSLIM NATO' SUPER-ARMY Répondre en citant

SAUDI ARABIA PLANNING SUNNI 'MUSLIM NATO' SUPER-ARMY

Posted on March 15, 2016 by creeping


34-nations have already agreed.

Source: Saudi Arabia planning ‘Muslim NATO’ super-army after North Thunder

The Islamic kingdom has proposed the powerful new fighting force after hosting massive military exercises dubbed “North Thunder” – with the armed forces of 20 Muslim nations.Pakistan – which the US fears may be supplying Saudi Arabia with nukes – is already on board.The new bloc is officially being set to fight terror groups – such as ISIS – just as Russia pulls out of the region.

But it will be seen as a threat to archenemy Iran – and a possible rival to NATO, which includes the UK and US.

Pakistani media is reporting Saudi Arabia has asked its nuclear-armed Muslim ally to lead the initiative and chalk out a framework for the grouping.

The newly-assertive monarchy – which already has the highest military spending in the world – has already established a 34-nation force to fight ISIS.

Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Shareef was reportedly asked to command the alliance.

All members are Sunni Muslim countries and security experts have interpreted the alliance as a counterweight to Shia Muslim Iran – which has been their sworn enemy for almost 1,400 years.

It is unclear if the new NATO-like force – which could have a shared army or command structure – will have the same Sunni membership.

The shock development comes as Saudi Arabia blasted long-time ally America for calling the Muslim oil giant a “free rider”.

US president Barak Obama slammed Saudi Arabia as a “free rider” on US foreign policy and attacked Riyadh’s funding of religious intolerance last week.

Prince Turki al-Faisal – a former Saudi intelligence chief and ex-ambassador to Washington and London – hit back, saying: “No, Mr Obama – we are not ‘free riders’.”

https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/saudi-arabia-planning-sunni…


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Mar - 05:07 (2016)    Sujet du message: UWEX 16: COVERT MULTI-STATE MILITARY DRILL USING CIVILIAN 'ROLE PLAYERS' BEGINS Répondre en citant

UWEX 16: COVERT MULTI-STATE MILITARY DRILL USING CIVILIAN 'ROLE PLAYERS' BEGINS



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR_ZScZ3igY

A special warfare exercise across parts of Texas and the nation will bring civilian role players acting as journalists, government officials and "guerrilla-chiefs."

The U.S. Army Special Operations Command's Unconventional Warfare Exercise 16 (UWEX 16) is scheduled in at least three Texas counties for March through June 2016. It may take many readers back to Jade Helm 15, the SOC's seven-state realistic military training that riled some Texans' fears of federal preparations for martial law.

Started This Week at Camp Rilea, OR- March13th - May 14th 2016
The drill are set to begin in Texas this Monday- March 21st, 2016.
Camp Bullis, TX - March 21-27 2016
San Antonio, TX - March 28- April 30th 2016
Davis Mon AFB , AZ- April 10th-21st 2016
Learn More:
www.undergroundworldnews.com



http://www.oakgrovetech.com/careers



http://www.oakgrovetech.com/careers

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/201...


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Mar - 05:16 (2016)    Sujet du message: OREGON : TRAIN HAULING MILITARY STRYKERS SPOTTED HEADING NORTH FROM PORTLAND Répondre en citant




OREGON : TRAIN HAULING MILITARY STRYKERS SPOTTED HEADING NORTH FROM PORTLAND




VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pwl3hmcy218


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Mar - 07:11 (2016)    Sujet du message: JUDICIAL WATCH : DOCUMENTS REVEAL US ARMY INDOCTRINATED SOLDIERS ON DANGERS OF 'WHITE PRIVILEGE' Répondre en citant

JUDICIAL WATCH : DOCUMENTS REVEAL US ARMY INDOCTRINATED SOLDIERS ON DANGERS OF 'WHITE PRIVILEGE'

MARCH 09, 2016

‘Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual.’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained documents from the United States Department of the Army revealing that in April 2015, 400 soldiers in the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Georgia, were subjected to a “white privilege” briefing, including a PowerPoint presentation instructing the attendees: “Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual …”

The slideshow also informed the soldiers: “Race privilege gives whites little reason to pay a lot of attention to African Americans.” It alleged that there are unspecified “powerful forces everywhere” keeping different kinds of people from being valued, accepted, and appreciated, but “we act as if it doesn’t exist.”

This alleged privilege creates a “yawning divide” in income, wealth, and dignity.  The material described a mythical African woman who isn’t aware that she’s black until she comes to America, encounters “white racism” and discovers the U.S. is “organized according to race.”


The Department of the Army documents were obtained in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking:
Citation:



Any and all materials used in an Equal Opportunity briefing provided on April 2, 2015, to the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Georgia, which included a discussion of “white privilege,” including but not limited to, handouts, PowerPoint presentations, audio/video tapes, course syllabi, and any recordings of the presentation itself.




The response to the Judicial Watch FOIA request included the entire Equal Opportunity Training PowerPoint presentation entitled “Power and Privilege,” which states:
Citation:



Privilege exists when one group has something of value that is denied to others simply because of the groups they belong to, rather than because of anything they’ve done or failed to do.

Privilege has become one of those loaded words we need to reclaim so that we can use it to name and illuminate the truth

***
Race privilege gives whites little reason to pay a lot of attention to African Americans or to how white privilege affects them. “To be white in American [sic] means not having to think about it” [Quotation not attributed]

***
Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual regardless of your social class.

***
Imagine a school or a workplace where all kinds of people feel comfortable showing up. [sic] valued, accepted, supported, appreciated, respected, belonging. [sic] Something very powerful keeps this from us.

The truth of this powerful forces [sic] is everywhere, but we don’t know how to talk about it and so we act as though it doesn’t exist
The trouble we’re in privileges [sic] some groups at the expense of others.

It creates a yawning divide in levels of income, wealth, dignity, safety, health and quality of life.

It promotes fear, suspicion, discrimination, harassment, and violence.

***
Consider the “black woman” in Africa who has not experienced white racism and does not identify herself as a “black woman”.  African, a woman, but not black.

She only became “black” when she came to the U.S. where privilege is organized according to race, where she is assigned to a social category that bears that name and she is treated differently as a result. [Emphasis added]

***
The trouble we’re in can’t be solved unless the “privileged” make the problem of privilege their problem and do something about it.
The fact that it’s so easy for me and other people in dominant groups not to do this is the single most powerful barrier to change.




Though news of the indoctrination incident was briefly reported in Stars and Stripes shortly after it occurred, only one of the above slides previously has been made public.  Confronted with the information at the time, an Army spokesperson claimed the presentation was not officially sanctioned.

Judicial Watch previously obtained Defense Department equal opportunity training materials that depict conservative organizations as “hate groups” and advise students to be aware that “many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place.”  And last month, Judicial Watch uncovered Air Force Academy documents that show how the Academy used its “Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund” to pay for cadets to participate in worship services featuring witchcraft, “Faery Magick,” and voodoo.

Outrageous – that is the only word to describe this type of raw racist indoctrination,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  “The Obama administration undermines the morale of our military with morally repugnant ‘equal opportunity training’ that makes many soldiers feel unwelcome because they are the wrong sex, race, religion or aren’t part of a politically correct group.”

###

https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/judicial-watch-documents-reveal-us-army-indoctrinated-soldiers-on-dangers-of-white-privilege/?utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Judicial%20Watch%20Tipsheet%20-%20Template%202%20%2813%29&utm_content=
 


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Mar - 09:06 (2016)    Sujet du message: IKE CARRIER STRIKE GROUP CONDUCTS MISSILE EXERCISE Répondre en citant

IKE CARRIER STRIKE GROUP CONDUCTS MISSILE EXERCISE

Story Number: NNS160317-19Release Date: 3/17/2016 3:22:00 PM 

By Lt.j.g. Christian Asaban, USS San Jacinto (CG-56)



160317-N-ZZ999-110 ATLANTIC OCEAN (March 15, 2016) In this still capture from video, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Roosevelt (DDG 80), USS Nitze (DDG 94), USS Stout (DDG 55), USS Mason (DDG 87), along with the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruisers USS San Jacinto (CG 56) and USS Monterey (CG 61) launch Standard Missiles 2 (SM-2) at twice the speed of sound to destroy an advanced high-speed target during a live fire test of the ships' Aegis weapons systems. The live-fire event was conducted during the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX), the final certification event prior to deployment. As the world's premier fleet-area air defense weapon, SM-2 is an integral part of the layered defense that protects the world's naval assets and gives warfighters a greater reach in the battlespace. SM-2 variants have successfully intercepted targets and are lethal against subsonic, supersonic, low- and high-altitude, high-maneuvering, diving, sea-skimming, anti-ship cruise missiles fighters, bombers and helicopters in an advanced electronic countermeasures environment. SM-2 has an extensive area and self-defense flight test history with more than 2,650 successful flight tests from domestic and international ships. (U.S. Navy video/Released)

ATLANTIC OCEAN (NNS) -- Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (IKECSG) completed a multi-ship, live-fire exercise with the Standard Missile (SM-2), March 15.

The dynamic exercise was part of the strike group's final preparation for the composition training unit exercise (COMPTUEX) that certifies all strike groups prior to deployment.

The exercise, led by the carrier strike group's Air and Missile Defense Commander and San Jacinto Commanding Officer, Capt. Dennis Velez, also served to demonstrate the Navy's continued efforts to train for today's warfighting environment.

"We have always worked to evolve our training, including live firing exercises against high speed targets during and shortly after the Cold War," said Velez. "And here we are once again adapting and demonstrating our tactical proficiency. With this shoot specifically, we're seeing our Sailors operate their weapons systems successfully against advanced threats in contested battlespace environments."

The six combatants--USS San Jacinto (CG 56), USS Monterey (CG 61), USS Mason (DDG 87), USS Roosevelt (DDG 81), USS Stout (DDG 55) and USS Nitze (DDG 94)--practiced a number of advanced tactical techniques and procedures including cooperative tracking before firing Standard Missiles (SM-2) at the inbound targets. All six ships scored kills as measured by the missile and target instrumentation, including two direct hits. This demonstrates a successful ramp-up in an era of continued complexity and tactical relevance in the employment of the Aegis weapons system against high-end threats.

SM-2 is an integral part of the layered defense that protects the world's naval assets and gives warfighters a greater reach in the battlespace. SM-2 variants have successfully intercepted targets, proving their lethality against subsonic, supersonic, low- and high-altitude, high-maneuvering, diving, sea-skimming, anti-ship cruise missiles fighters, bombers and helicopters in an advanced electronic countermeasures environment.

IKECSG is comprised of the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, Carrier Air Wing 3, USS San Jacinto (CG 56), USS Monterey (CG 61) and the ships of Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 26--USS Stout (DDG 55), USS Roosevelt (DDG 80), USS Mason (DDG 87) and USS Nitze (DDG 94).

http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93693


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Mar - 09:15 (2016)    Sujet du message: EXERCISE OBANGAME / SAHARAN EXPRESS 2016 COMMENCES Répondre en citant

EXERCISE OBANGAME / SAHARAN EXPRESS 2016 COMMENCES

Story Number: NNS160317-18Release Date: 3/17/2016 3:09:00 PM

From U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs


160317-N-GY309-002 DAKAR, Senegal (March 17, 2016) Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet, Vice Adm. James Foggo III give his remarks during the opening ceremony of exercise Obangame/Saharan Express 2016 in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2016. Obangame/Saharan Express, one of three African regional express series exercises facilitated by U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet, seeks to increase regional cooperation, maritime domain awareness, information sharing practices and improve interoperability among participating forces in order to enhance maritime security and regional economic stability. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Adam Cole/Released)


DAKAR, Senegal (NNS) -- Maritime forces from Gulf of Guinea nations, Europe, South America, the United States and several regional and international organizations began the multinational maritime exercise, Exercise Obangame/Saharan Express 2016, March 17.

Exercise Obangame/Saharan Express provides African, European, South American and U.S. partner maritime forces the opportunity to work together, share information and refine tactics, techniques and procedures in order to assist Gulf of Guinea maritime nations with building capacity to monitor and enforce their territorial waters and exclusive economic zones.

"We are seeing success in the increasing quality of maritime security in the gulf of guinea," said Vice Adm. James G. Foggo, III, commander, U.S. 6th Fleet. "The International Maritime Bureau has decreased threat levels off the coast of some zones. The hard work we have all contributed over the years is apparent in the adjusted levels of illicit maritime activity."

"In effect the exercise is to reinforce planning capabilities, drive regional naval cooperation, shar information more effectively and better interoperability for specific missions at sea," said Rear Adm. Cheikh Cissokho, head of the Senegalese navy. "This is so that we have a better mastery of our maritime missions." (translated from French)

"The United States and its West African partners enjoy a strong partnership," said Navy Capt. Heidi Agle, U.S. officer in charge of Obangame/Saharan Express 2016. "Our nations strive for peace and prosperity, and exercises such as Obangame/Saharan Express allow us to build on our partnerships and provides us with the opportunity to get to know each other better. Our partnerships extend across many arenas, especially the maritime realm, where our nations recognize that maritime security is vital, and criminal activities such as piracy, oil theft, illegal fishing and illicit trafficking harms the security and prosperity of our people."

"From Senegal to the Gulf of Guinea, it's a huge space," said Senegalese navy Capt. Abdou Sene, Chief of Operations Division. "Maritime threats and maritime risks are trans-national, and we need cooperation to better deal with these threats and risks."

Sponsored by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), Obangame/Saharan Express will focus specifically on counter-piracy, energy security, counter illegal fishing, and counter illicit trafficking.

This year, the exercise will also feature training on search and rescue operations, and advanced medical training. The exercise will include a wide variety of training for all participating forces including at-sea ship boarding and queries, air operations, communication drills, and regional information sharing.

Security of the seas is important and has a global impact. The ability to govern the seas helps counter problems such as trafficking of people and illegal material, oil bunkering, drug trade, illegal fishing, and piracy.

Obangame/Saharan Express provides an excellent opportunity to work as part of a Global Network of Navies to enhance maritime security in this vital region of the world.

The two exercises were combined into one exercise to enhance and increase regional partnerships across West Africa. Combining the exercises allows countries to work together who had not worked together previously.

Pre-exercise work-up began March 14.

Expeditionary Fast Transport ship USNS Spearhead (T-EPF 1), the Commander U.S. Naval Forces 6th Fleet Maritime Operations Center and several U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet staff personnel will participate alongside other international naval forces in this exercise.

Thirty-two nations are scheduled to participate in this year's exercise including Angola, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, Equatorial Guinea, France, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mauritania, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, Republic of Congo, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, South Africa, Togo, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States. Regional organizations such as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) will also participate in the exercise.

U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet, headquartered in Naples, Italy, conducts the full spectrum of joint and naval operations, often in concert with joint, allied and interagency partners, in order to advance U.S. national interests and security and stability in Europe and Africa
.

For more news from Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet, visit www.navy.mil/local/naveur/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93680



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Mar - 09:23 (2016)    Sujet du message: WHAT A REHERSAL INVASION OF NORTH KOREA LOOKS LIKE Répondre en citant

WHAT A REHERSAL INVASION OF NORTH KOREA LOOKS LIKE

Popular Mechanics

March 17, 2016

From Popular Mechanics

The U.S. and South Korean militaries just wrapped up a massive amphibious drill designed to mimic an attack on the North Korean capital of Pyongyang in the event of war. The exercise culminated in a massive naval task force sending a force of Marines against a simulated defended beach. Here's footage of the amphibious task force at sea, and landing footage featuring the AAV7s:

In just the last three months, the regime of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has detonated a nuclear bomb, tested a space rocket, and appeared publicly in front of a model of a nuclear warhead and intercontinental ballistic missile. His regime repeatedly threatens to unleash a nuclear attack on the United States. In response, the U.S. and South Korea are practicing how they would kill or capture Kim and his cronies in the event of real war.

The superior strategic and tactical mobility of U.S. and South Korean forces means they can do an end-run on the 160-mile long, heavily fortified demilitarized zone and strike directly against Pyongyang from the sea. The 2016 version of war exercise Ssang Yong (Korean for "Twin Dragons") saw not one but three large amphibious transports teaming up: USS Boxer, USS Bonhomme Richard, and ROKS Dokdo. Including supporting vessels, the task force could land a combined force of about 5,000 marines.

A major part of the drill involved a beach landing by South Korean and U.S. Marines. AAV7 amphibious assault vehicles from both countries staged a joint landing on a South Korea's Dokseok-ri Beach. In the video, a drone flies overhead as a wave of at least nine AAV7s approaches the beachhead, swimming abreast. The "gators" are using their smoke generators, which burn fuel from the diesel engine to create a white smokescreen.

In the last few moments before landing, all vehicles simultaneously pop their onboard smoke grenades. Each AAV7 can fire eight smoke grenades at once, forming a dirty gray donut-shaped smoke formation. The smokescreen and the smoke grenades combined do a pretty good job of of hiding the lightly armored transports just before landing. Here's a high speed shot of the grenades detonating, before the smoke disperses:

+ VIDEO : https://www.yahoo.com/autos/rehearsal-invasion-north-korea-looks-152100487.…


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Mar - 11:07 (2016)    Sujet du message: TOP ARMY GENERAL RESIGNS, THEN DROPS THIS BOMBSHELL ON OBAMA Répondre en citant

TOP ARMY GENERAL RESIGNS, THEN DROPS THIS BOMBSHELL ON OBAMA
 
By Lee Walker -
March 17, 2016


With only two weeks remaining until general elections in Iraq, U.S. Army Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of Miltinational Forces-Iraq, holds a press briefing at the Pentagon, Feb. 22, 2010, to inform reporters of the current overall situation in the country. DoD photo by R. D. Ward (Released)


Another military great has fallen victim to Obama’s bitter vitriol. However, instead of being cloaked in scandal, this hero resigned. We are talking about United States Army Chief of Staff, Ray Odierno. This is a military big-wig folks and his decision to walk away from Obama is not something to poo-poo.

Why did he do it? Because our president is facilitating the rise of the Caliphate.

http://www.newsfoxes.com/2016/03/military-great-general-odierno-says-i-quit/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 07:12 (2016)    Sujet du message: INTEGRATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION ESSENTIAL TO GETTING FORCES ASHORE - EXERCISE SSANG YONG 2016 Répondre en citant

INTEGRATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION ESSENTIAL TO GETTING FORCES ASHORE - EXERCISE SSANG YONG 2016

By
U.S. Navy
– March 18, 2016Posted in: Exercise

By Rear Adm. John B. Nowell, Jr.
http://www.navy.mil/navydata/bios/bio.asp?bioID=716
Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group Seven


In the weeks that led up to the start of the long-awaited combined amphibious exercise with one of our closest allies, tensions on the Korean peninsula were high. As the world watched the developing situations to the north, the Sailors and Marines of Forward Deployed Naval Forces Japan were preparing for complex and extensive operations that would surely test the cohesion, cooperation, and capabilities of the Blue/Green team.


BUSAN, Republic of Korea (March 3, 2016) Capt. Lee Dong-hee, the commanding officer of ROKS DOKDO (LPH-6111), Brig. Gen. John Jansen, the commanding general of 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade and Vice Adm. John Nowell, the commander of Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 7 stand with Republic of Korea (ROK) Sailors during USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) visit to Busan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist Jermaine M. Ralliford/Released)

Ssang Yong, or “Twin Dragons” in Korean, represents the alliance and commitment to self-defense between the Republic of Korea and the United States of America. Based on shared interests and common values, this 63-year old relationship grows stronger every day.

In the past few weeks the cold waters off the east coast of Korea, flush with commerce, were host also to warships of the United States and the Republic of Korea navies. Expeditionary Strike Group Seven, comprised of the Bonhomme Richard and Boxer Amphibious Ready Groups as well as Commander, Destroyer Squadron 7 and Aegis guided-missile cruiser Shiloh, joined Commander Flotilla 5 of the ROK navy off the peninsula, demonstrating to the region that the ROK-US alliance is a force for peace and stability both on the peninsula, and through-out Northeast Asia.


PACIFIC OCEAN (March 8, 2016) U.S. ships from the Boxer and Bonhomme Richard Amphibious Ready Groups sail with the Dokdo Amphibious Ready Group from the Republic of Korea as part of Ssang Yong 16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Darien J. Bjorndal, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit/Released)

During Ssang Yong, we demonstrated our ability to defend ourselves in all areas of naval warfare while still executing amphibious operations ashore. Complex scenarios, including MV-22 Osprey, heavy lift, and attack helicopter flight operations were coupled with AV-8B Harrier jet launches providing close-air support to the Marines and Sailors on the beach. We flooded the well decks, launching LCACs and AAVs under the naval surface fire support from the Shiloh. ROK navy UH-60 Huey’s supported amphibious operations with personnel transport while ROK destroyers Moonmu Daewang and Sejong Daewang provided defense of the amphibious force. Together these assets increased the capability and capacity of the amphibious force to conduct complex operations at sea. Integration, synchronization, and communication within our combined force was key to our success, and the success of the exercise as a whole.


EAST SEA (March 10, 2016) – A landing craft air cushion (LCAC), assigned to Naval Beach Unit 7, launches from the well deck of amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman William Sykes/Released)

But to understand the enormity and complexity of this exercise, you only have to look at the dynamic forces participating in the exercise. The Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group with embarked Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) 11 and 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group, with embarked PHIBRON 1 and 13th MEU, and the ROK Navy’s Commander, Flotilla 5.

Reflecting on this exercise, it has certainly been one team, one fight. United with the ROK Navy and Marine Corps, we are an unbeatable team. Over the past few weeks we observed a cohesive amphibious force come together and execute a wide range of complex amphibious operations. I look forward to continued integrated operations in the near future.

Katchi Kapshida!
(Korean for “We go together!”)


EAST SEA (March 12, 2016) – Distinguisher visitors assigned to military forces participating in exercise Ssang Yong 16 pose for a photo in the hangar bay of amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) after a tour of the ships operations centers as a part of exercise Ssang Yong 16. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stacy M. Atkins Ricks/Released)

http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2016/03/18/integration-and-synchronization-essential-to-getting-forces-ashore-exercise-ssang-yong-2016/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 07:25 (2016)    Sujet du message: NEW NATO UNITS WILL HELP US ARMY MOVE ACROSS EUROPE Répondre en citant

NEW NATO UNITS WILL HELP US ARMY MOVE ACROSS EUROPE

Michelle Tan, Army Times 9:44 a.m. EDT March 17, 2016


(Photo: Markus Rauchenberger/Army)

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – As the US Army grows its presence and steps up its activities and partnerships in Europe, the service has learned many lessons on navigating border crossings and securing diplomatic clearances across the region.

In fiscal year 2014, the Army processed about 2,000 diplomatic clearances, one for every border crossing, said Maj. Gen. Duane Gamble, commanding general of the 21st Theater Sustainment Command. That number almost tripled in fiscal 2015, with soldiers handling almost 5,700 diplomatic clearances as troops moved and trained in countries such as Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Romania and Bulgaria.

“It frustrates us all that we can’t move stuff rapidly across these borders, but they’re sovereign borders,” Gamble said Wednesday during a meeting here with reporters at the Association of the United States Army Global Force Symposium and Exposition. “The No. 1 friction point is diplomatic clearances.”

For example, it takes 15 to 30 days to get clearance to move materiel across the Polish border, he said.

But “the countries are listening,” Gamble said, adding that at least one is looking to ease its border restrictions for US troop movements.

The challenge of traveling across Europe, including in convoys of heavy armored vehicles, is an issue senior Army leaders in Europe have grappled with at least since the launch of Operation Atlantic Resolve, which sends soldiers across Eastern Europe to train with and reassure US allies in the face of Russian aggression.

Last year, Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, commander of US Army Europe, said the highest demand for his soldiers seems to be for movement control teams.

“We have very few of them, and in order to ensure freedom of movement, all these convoys and in-and-out rotations, we have taken out of hide movement control teams and put them in each of the embassies.”

In March 2015, US Army Europe launched Operation Dragoon Ride, an unprecedented exercise that “road marched” columns of Stryker vehicles across Eastern Europe.

Dragoon Ride was designed to reassure America’s allies, but it also tested the Army’s ability to freely move from one country to another, Hodges said at the time.

“President Putin exercises freedom of movement all the time. He moves troops and stuff around Russia whenever he wants to,” Hodges has said. “For the alliance, you’ve got to do that by moving from country to country, and what we’ve discovered, even though these are all NATO countries and EU countries, each one still has different diplomatic clearance requirements.”


ARMY TIMES
Strykers begin 'road march' across Eastern Europe

Since last spring, the Army has placed soldiers in National Movement Control Centers in each of the Eastern European countries, Gamble said. These soldiers specialize in working with their host nation partners on clearances and other movement control issues, he said.

In addition, NATO recently stood up six NATO Force Integration Units, with two more on the way for a total of eight units. Born out of the Wales summit about 18 months ago, these units each have about 40 people, including a major and lieutenant from the US Army. The units – currently in Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Romania and Bulgaria – are designed to be long-term coordination elements to aid with clearances and reception and staging of troops.

“Our National Movement Control Center soldiers are still there, but there’s a new node in the network,” Gamble said. “This node is not only on the network, but it has authority from the host nation, and it has the authority to coordinate NATO operations.”


Spc. Jace Leeth, of 4th Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, throws a Polish practice grenade Sept. 15, 2015, at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area in Poland. The soldiers are in Poland as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. (Photo: Spc. Marcus Floyd/Army)

As these NFIUs mature, the US Army will continue to place two officers in each unit to help.

“We have two years of experience moving forces in and out of those countries,” Gamble said. “We know where the friction is, what the bureaucracy requires.”
Other transportation and movement issues the Army is working through include the challenge of moving heavy vehicles across Europe, Gamble said.

The axle weight on the Army’s Heavy Equipment Transporter, or HET, exceeds European Union road limitations, he said.

“When we put an M1 Abrams tank on a US Army HET, we can’t drive it anywhere in Europe except for the Baltic countries,” Gamble said. “We’re limited in our freedom of movement currently to move in tanks [and they] have to go by rail.”

This leads to other challenges such as the 45-day lag time required to order rail from a private company in Germany.

The Army also lacks information about roadways and systems in Eastern Europe, Gamble said.

During the Cold War, we reconned every route and marked them,” he said. “There were signs that said ‘this bridge can take XX weight.’ In Eastern Europe, that wasn’t the case.”

To fix that lack of information, military police and engineer soldiers from the 21st TSC have conducted route reconnaissance on more than 15,000 kilometers of roads in Eastern Europe and logged all of that information in a single database.

“The US is very well practiced in moving across the countries, but in the long run, the NFIUs will help the US with mobility,” Gamble said.


Maj. Scotty Autin, operations officer for the 173rd Airborne Brigade Special Troops Battalion, ushers in a Stryker-armored vehicle convoy, from 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, as part of a forward passage of line movement at Smardan Training Area, Romania, March 24, 2015. (Photo: Staff Sgt. Opal Vaughn/Army)

In addition to ensuring freedom of movement, the 21st TSC, which is tasked with sustaining US European Command and US Africa Command by opening ports and lines of communication and sustaining the theater with everything from laundry and showers to supplies and medical, is staying busy across Europe.

One of its priorities is preparing for the pending upgrade of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment’s Stryker vehicles.

The Army approved upgrades for 81 vehicles in response to urgent requests from the Germany-based brigade to replace its .50-caliber machine guns with a 30mm gun and turret amid fears the eight-wheel vehicles were being outgunned by their Russian counterparts.

Plans call for the new vehicles to begin fielding in fiscal 2018.


DEFENSE NEWS
US Army Seeks New Stryker Capability Beyond Bigger Gun


The upgrade “is something everybody is looking forward to,” Gamble said.

“Anything to make our assigned forces more lethal is absolutely the right thing to do,” he said. “The Strykers give us a level of mobility that we don’t have in our mechanized forces in Europe.”

As 21st TSC prepares for the upgrades, it is working to make sure there is enough ammunition for training and combat loads, Gamble said. The command also is making sure the Stryker maintainers are ready for potential issues that may arise by the added weight on the new vehicles.

This includes sending welders for additional training on hull repair, he said.

“There’ll be more weight on the older Stryker hulls, and we are already taking measures now … to establish some capability organic in Europe to do hull repair on Strykers,” Gamble said.

http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/show-daily/ausa-global-force/2016/03/17/new-nato-units-help-us-army-move-across-europe/81897446/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 07:30 (2016)    Sujet du message: ROBOT TARGETS MAY BE SOLUTION TO IMPROVING ARMY MARKSMANSHIP Répondre en citant

ROBOT TARGETS MAY BE SOLUTION TO IMPROVING ARMY MARKSMANSHIP

Michelle Tan, Army Times 9:14 a.m. EDT March 17, 2016


(Photo: Marathon Targets)

1997 CONNECTTWEET 75 LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – As the US Army works to improve soldiers’ marksmanship skills, the folks at Marathon Targets believe they have just the answer.

Marathon Smart Targets move, react and behave like humans. Outfitted with artificial intelligence, the robots move on their own, scatter and seek cover when one of them is shot, and sometimes even will regroup to launch an attack. They can be dressed as enemy fighters, hostages or innocent bystanders.

The company showed off its 5-foot-eight-inch, 500-pound robots at the Association of the United States Army Global Force Symposium and Exposition here.


ARMY TIMES
Army tackles marksmanship shortfalls with new training course


A recent test of the Smart Targets at Fort Bliss, Texas, showed a marked improvement in soldiers’ marksmanship, said Ralph Petroff, president of the North America subsidiary of the Australian company. On the soldiers’ first run, they didn’t hit a single Smart Target. But after a few hours of training, they were hitting their marks – which were set to move at running speed – out to 300 meters.

“Here you’ve got a situation where guys are improving their marksmanship skills by an order of magnitude in a day,” Petroff said. “Increasing a squad’s lethality changes the equation significantly.”


The robot targets are made of a durable plastic that can withstand hundreds of shots. (Photo: Marathon Targets)

Marksmanship – one of the most fundamental skills of soldiering – is a problem all militaries have, Petroff said.

“The only time militaries are able to do realistic training on moving targets is in firefights,” he said. “The battlefield is a horrible place for on-the-job training.”

In training, soldiers mostly train with stationary targets; even the moving targets only move from left to right, he said.


MARINE CORPS TIMES
Marines will soon have moving target rifle qualification


The Smart Targets, made from self-healing plastic and have heavily armored bottoms, more closely simulate how enemy fighters might move or react during a real firefight; the robots even scream when they’re shot and can move up to a mile in five minutes.

They’re so smart that they can be programmed to be used as an opposing force during a field training exercise, Petroff said.

“This isn’t laser tag. This is serious live-fire,” he said.


Smart Targets move at human running speed, across a wide ranger of terrain. (Photo: Marathon Targets)

And when you’re done training, the Smart Robots, which have run-flat, foam-filled all-terrain tires, drive themselves back into their trailer.

Smart Robots are the only autonomous ground robots in any kind of regular use in the Defense Department, Petroff said.

They cost $35 an hour per robot to rent under an extended lease, Petroff said. A typical training scenario will use about eight robots. Each robot can cover almost 13 miles on one battery charge, he said.

The Smart Robots can serve five functions for users, Petroff said.

They can act as standing targets, pop-up targets, moving targets, realistic moving targets and as a robotic opposing force, Petroff said.

“It’s solving this fundamental problem,” Petroff said.

http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/show-daily/ausa-global-force/2016/03/16/robot-targets-may-solution-improving-army-marksmanship/81875724/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 07:47 (2016)    Sujet du message: CARRIER USS JOHN C. STENNIS ARRIVES IN KOREA FOR PORT VISIT, EXERCISES Répondre en citant

CARRIER USS JOHN C. STENNIS ARRIVES IN KOREA FOR PORT VISIT, EXERCISES

By: Sam LaGrone

March 14, 2016 2:39 PM


USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) arrives at Commander, Republic of Korea Fleet base in Busan, the new home on March 12, 2016. US Navy Photo

The U.S. has sent a carrier strike group to South Korea to take part in Operations Foal Eagle and Key Resolve – the annual bilateral exercises between the two countries.

The CSG, centered on USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74), arrived in Korean port of Busan on Sunday for a several day port visit ahead of joining the exercise, defense officials told USNI News last week.

In addition to Stennis, “ the guided-missile destroyers USS Stockdale (DDG-106) and USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93) moored in Busan. The guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG-53) settled in Mokpo and the guided-missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence (DDG-110) is in Donghae,” according a release from the service.

The two bilateral annual exercises are the largest between the two countries since 2010, according to a story in Marine Corps Times.

For the first time, Key Resolve will test the new U.S.-South Korean military strategy operation plan, Operations Plan 5015, which aims to deter North Korea’s possible use of weapons of mass destruction by preemptive attack,” wrote the paper.

The U.S. has committed 15,000 troops to join 300,000 Republic of Korea (ROK) forces.

In the related Ssang Yong 16 exercise, Marines from the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit assigned to the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group conducted amphibious exercises with the ROK troops, as well as with forces from New Zealand and Australia on March 12.

North Korea has vowed military action in response to the exercises.

The following is the complete March 14, 2016 release from the U.S. Navy on Stennis’ Busan port visit.

By Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Dakota Rayburn

BUSAN, South Korea – John C. Stennis Strike Group (JCSSG), the centerpiece of the U.S. Navy’s Great Green Fleet (GGF) initiative, arrived in the Republic of Korea (ROK) for a scheduled port visit March 13.

USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) and the guided-missile destroyers USS Stockdale (DDG 106) and USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) moored in Busan. The guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) settled in Mokpo and the guided-missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110) is in Donghae.

Local children welcomed the strike group with a ceremonial gift exchange in Busan, followed by a press conference with Commander, John C. Stennis Strike Group Rear Adm. Ron Boxall and Commander, Naval Forces Korea Rear Adm. Bill Byrne. Stennis will host guided tours for more than 1,200 locals while in port to enhance partnerships, develop goodwill and create friendships in the area.

Coordination for this port visit has been in the works for a long time, highlighting the close relationship enjoyed by the U.S. and ROK navies.

Korea is a major fuel hub for U.S. Navy vessels in 7th Fleet area of operations. JCSSG has spent the first two months of its deployment using an alternative fuel blend consisting of 10 percent biofuel manufactured from animal fat mixed with standard petroleum-based fuel. The ships are also using operational procedures and energy conservation measures to increase capability and adaptability.

By transforming energy use and awareness, we become a more flexible fighting force-whether in the waters around Korea or in the waters we sail around the globe,” said Boxall.

During their time in Korea, JCSSG Sailors have the opportunity to explore the region, participate in community relations (COMREL) events, and morale, welfare and recreation (MWR) tours. Whatever they decide to do, Sailors will have the chance to learn more about the culture and practices of one of the U.S.’ greatest allies in the Indo-Asia-Pacific.

“I’m looking forward to the trip to the DMZ,” said Hospital Corpsman 2nd class Alex Perez, from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. “I never thought I’d ever make it over to Korea, but I’m happy that I finally will.”

While some Sailors are excited for exploring the nearby areas, other Sailors are excited for the native cuisine.

“I can’t wait to try the food,” said Engineman Fireman Steven Bressler, from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. “I’ve never had Korean food before so this is going to be a pretty exciting experience.”

JCSSG will participate with the ROK navy in Exercise Foal Eagle, an annual training exercise that incorporates scenarios such as gunnery exercises, communication drills, dynamic ship maneuvers, logistical rehearsals, salvage training and liaison officer exchanges between the two navies.

The strike group is comprised of Stennis with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9 and Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 21 embarked Chung-Hoon, Stockdale, William P. Lawrence, and Mobile Bay.

CVW-9 consists of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 71, Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 14, Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 112, Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 133 and Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFA) 151, 97, 41, 14.

Providing a ready force supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific, Stennis is operating as part of the Great Green Fleet on a regularly scheduled 7th Fleet deployment.

Article Keywords: North Korea, south korea, U.S. Navy, USS John C. Stennis

http://news.usni.org/2016/03/14/carrier-uss-john-c-stennis-arrives-in-korea…


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 08:06 (2016)    Sujet du message: TRUTH BOMB SANDY HOOK MOVIE "NEWTOWN" + SEE FEMA SH MANUAL Répondre en citant




https://memorygapdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/drill-site-activation-c…
 

TRUTH BOMB SANDY HOOK MOVIE "NEWTOWN" + SEE FEMA SH MANUAL



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RcpxWfnR9U

Artisan Tony vid, clip of Eric Holder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYyqB...

Free PDF “Nobody Died At Sandy Hook”: http://www.rense.com/general96/Nobody...

Jane Strange’s vid showing lanyards (AND MORE!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kPON...

The Sandy Hook FEMA Drill Manual for a Mass Casualty Event involving children: https://memorygapdotorg.files.wordpre...

Barry Soetoro’s vid of Sandy Hook ‘Dad’… (David Wheeler): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaHtx...

http://newtownfilm.com: Send them a truth bomb @ info@NewtownFilm.com

ADDITIONAL SANDY HOOK LINKS PROVING THE LIES: Sofia Small storm, Unraveling Sandy Hook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1yfJ...

We Need To Talk About Sandy Hook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxTaf...

Gene Rosen, Exposed (practicing his lines): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqJh7...

Sandy Hoax - Full Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJLIq...

Lenny Pozner's HONR Network, The Fine Art of On-Line Stalking and Harassment: http://memoryholeblog.com/2016/01/08/...

Free PDF, Nobody Died At Sandy Hook: http://www.rense.com/general96/Nobody... (Yes, there is enough proof of Sandy Hook being a fraud to write an entire book about)

Sandy Hook Donation Sites Created BEFORE Sandy Hook Shooting: http://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2013/...

Wolfgang Halbig, Sandy Hook is Bigger Than Watergate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_n4X...

Robbie Parker laughing it up the day after his daughter is allegedly murdered: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JoeX...

Barry Soetoro video, David Wheeler, two Sandy Hook roles, grieving father and sloppy FBI agent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaHtx...

…and Gov Malloy lying on camera: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FThj8...

Wolfgang Halbig successes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_n4X...

Here he exposes the fact that DHS put up the "Everybody must check in sign": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpQxc...

Speaking of FOIA requests, this one got his the success of having deemed PUBLIC the dash cam videos that don't show a single child being evacuated: http://memoryholeblog.com/2016/02/23/...

And here Halbig caught Governor Malloy in his lie...ON CAMERA!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FThj8...

This video: https://youtu.be/3RcpxWfnR9U


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mar - 08:25 (2016)    Sujet du message: PREPARING FOR THE BIG ONE CASCADIA RISING EXERCISE COMING SOON PLUS... Répondre en citant

PREPARING FOR THE BIG ONE CASCADIA RISING EXERCISE COMING SOON PLUS... 



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PNC2XHw2rQ

Stock up on Survival Food Today
http://www.foodforliberty.com/doom


BE PREPARED, NORTH IDAHO


By RICHARD DANCE/Special to The Press | Posted 4 weeks ago

A disaster of epic proportions is headed our way sometime in the perhaps not-so-distant future.

Therefore, a simulation of epic proportions will be held June 7-10 to prepare for a possible magnitude 9.0 earthquake which scientists tell us is overdue to devastate the northwestern coastal areas. Kootenai County Office of Emergency Management will be involved along with Region X of FEMA, authorities from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia, along with 38 counties, tribal nations, many other city and local agencies, the military, and volunteer agencies.

The simulation project is called Cascadia Rising because it is planned around a Cascadia Subduction Zone that could unleash ground shaking to last up to five minutes, a tsunami wave height 20 to 80 feet with multiple waves, and the likelihood of many severe aftershocks.

Tremors of up to 3.0 could be felt as far away as Coeur d’Alene but the biggest impact here would be from having up to 10 million people impacted, causing mass migration to Spokane and Coeur d’Alene for shelter, medical needs, food and supplies, maybe for years to come.

The simulation will help practice coordination and integration of all levels of governments and non-governmental organizations such as the Red Cross, the private sector, and many faith-based organizations in preparation for the magnitude and complexity of such an event and the life-saving and life-sustaining response operations that would be required.

The population impacts, injuries, fatalities and infrastructure damages predicted paint a bleak picture of reality if such an event occurs for our friends and loved ones who live in these coastal areas and along the I-5 corridor.

To get a sense of what is projected by computer modeling, consider this summary statement made after reviewing 140 pages in the Cascadia Rising Exercise Scenario Document: 50 percent to 100 percent with an average of 74.75 percent of the following items will be damaged beyond repair along the coast — roads, bridges, seaports, electrical power, fire stations, natural gas, hospitals, schools, wastewater systems, communication systems, not to mention airports, rail, water resources, dams, public safety buildings, police headquarters, and hazardous material locations. Not included in this estimate are residential and commercial buildings.

The short-term feeding needs are estimated to be 1.1 million people for Washington and 1.3 million for Oregon. With few places to go north or south, once Seattle people can travel, the flow along 1-90 to Coeur d’Alene and Spokane would be steady and continuous.

By the time the shaking has ceased and the tsunami has receded, the region will be unrecognizable.

Kenneth Murphy, who directs FEMA’s Region X, says, “Our operating assumption is that everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast.” This would be the worst natural disaster in the history of North America.

So what can you do to prepare?

• I’ll be writing monthly articles for The Press. Each will be designed to move you a little further along the way to disaster preparedness.
• Watch for information that Lt. Stu Miller of the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office shares with media. He is the Public Information Officer in the event of a disaster.
• If you are part of an organization that could offer volunteers, you must be identified, trained and screened ahead of time. Contact Mike Bullard, president of Inland Northwest VOAD, by emailing him at mabullard@gmail.com.
•••
Anyone who remembers the story of Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds in 1938 will recognize the importance of letting people know that throughout the Northwest, they might see police, fire, emergency medical and military vehicles. Remember, It’s just a practice, but a big one.

•••

For more reading:

• FEMA’s involvement. See:
http://community.fema.govdelivery.com/connect.ti/cascadiarising2016/view?ob…
• For information on planning or assessment findings by the State of Oregon, please review “The Oregon Resilience Plan Reducing Risk and Improving Recovery for the Next Cascadia Earthquake and Tsunami” report to the 77th Legislative Assembly from Oregon Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission (OSSPAC). http://www.oregon.gov/OMD/OEM/osspac/docs/Oregon_Resilience_Plan_Final.pdf
• Orson Welles scares the nation in 1938 with War of the Worlds broadcast. See www.history.com/this-day-in-history/welles-scares-nation
• See the July 20, 2015, issue of The New Yorker Magazine for “The Really Big One”: www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/07/20/the-really-big-one
http://sinewsweb.com/news/Cascadia-Rising-Exercise-Scenario-Document has a fair amount of news and documents including the original 182-page Exercise Scenario.

http://m.cdapress.com/news/local_news/article_b3c8c264-d865-11e5-b1f2-c345f…



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Dim 20 Mar - 08:24 (2016)    Sujet du message: CANADA - QUEBEC : LA MEUTE, UN GROUPE CONTRE "L'INVASION DE L'ISLAM» / LA MEUTE DANS LA MIRE DE L'ARMEE Répondre en citant

CANADA - QUEBEC : LA MEUTE, UN GROUPE CONTRE "L'INVASION DE L'ISLAM»

Un groupe au Québec, qui se fait passer pour des défenseurs et protecteurs du citoyen appelle à la mobilisation de tous. Ce groupe n'est en fait qu'un autre groupe de plus qui  se joint à cette grande inquisition de l'empire Romain pour lutter contre cette invasion islamique M. Corvus avait souligné lors de son entrevue que le groupe avait été créé pour «protéger nos terres, nos valeurs, nos fondements, notre liberté, notre sécurité ainsi que l'avenir de nos enfants contre l'envahisseur islamique. Ce Eric Corvus,  un vétéran des Forces armées canadiennes et dont on nous dit que seul le prénom est réel dit avoir combattu en Afghanistan en 2004 et en 2007, et souffrirait d'un trouble de stress post-traumatique pour lequel il est suivi. Donc, il serait encore sous le contrôle des médecins militaires via l'équivalent programme du PTSD post traumatic stress disorder  http://marialeroux1.clicforum.fr/t52-REHABILITATION-PROGRAMS-PROGRAMME-DE-R… , qui leur prodiguent des traitements qui peuvent changer et contrôler leur personnalité entière. Et encore, cet homme est-il vraiment un vétéran ou est-il encore sur la liste de paye de l'armée canadienne? Nous ne savons rien sur ce personnage sinon ce qui nous est rapporté, via les médias. Attention, danger!

Ce même agenda de regroupement est global afin de lutter soit contre cette invasion soit contre ISIS. Jamais nous n'avons vu autant de manifestations dans le monde depuis le début janvier 2016. Il est devenu impossible de toutes les mettre tant il y en a. Nous voyons cela prendre place dans tous les pays, et même au niveau des forces de l'OTAN, des 34 nations arabes, et de tous les gouvernements. Les 2 groupes d'oppositions sont bel et bien là pour créer cette 3e guerre mondiale planifiée par les forces occultes qui contrôlent ce monde et qui a pour but d'amener les humains à s'entretuer afin de faire place à tout ce programme de l'IA (Intelligence Artificielle), les nouveaux humains créés et contrôlés par le diable lui-même via ses technologies destructrices.

Tout ce que je peux vous dire est : tenez-vous lien de tous ces groupes, car contrairement à ce qu'ils nous font croire, ils ne sont pas mis en place pour apporter la Paix et la Sécurité, mais pour entraîner les gens à prendre part à ce conflit destructeur. Mettez toute votre foi et confiance dans le Seigneur et protégez votre famille, qui elle, plus que jamais a besoin de vous. Si vous êtes détournés de cet objectif, vous jouez leur jeu et je peux vous garantir que tout cela se retournera contre vous. Ces entités vous veulent sur le terrain afin de combattre pour pouvoir mieux vous accuser par la suite de désordre public, de terroriste, etc. Ne jouez pas leur jeu. Cette guerre est spirituelle et c'est spirituellement que nous pouvons être protégés par le Dieu Tout-Puissant contre qui s'élève toutes ses forces de ténèbres.



«La Meute sert à réunir ceux qui sont inquiets face à l'envahisseur islamique qui avance sournoisement sur nos terres et gravite tranquillement à travers la sphère politique. Il est impératif que notre génération se lève avant que nos enfants et petits-enfants deviennent victimes de notre inaction face à l'islam pour des siècles et des siècles»



David Rémillard
Le Soleil

Suivre @DavidRemillard

(Québec) Un groupe Facebook lancé par un vétéran des Forces armées canadiennes opposé à l'arrivée des migrants syriens gagne du terrain. «Secret», le regroupement appelé «La Meute» attire des milliers de membres. Son fondateur souhaite en faire un mouvement au-delà du virtuel pour ainsi devenir «une véritable force politique».

La description du groupe Facebook est on ne peut plus claire. «La Meute sert à réunir ceux qui sont inquiets face à l'envahisseur islamique qui avance sournoisement sur nos terres et gravite tranquillement à travers la sphère politique. Il est impératif que notre génération se lève avant que nos enfants et petits-enfants deviennent victimes de notre inaction face à l'islam pour des siècles et des siècles», peut-on lire sur le réseau social.

Le Soleil s'est entretenu avec le fondateur et leader de La Meute, qui se présente sous le nom d'Eric Corvus (seul le prénom est réel). Âgé de 44 ans, ce dernier a été déployé en Afghanistan en 2004 et en 2007, a-t-il raconté. Il souffre depuis d'un trouble de stress post-traumatique, pour lequel il est suivi. = Le chiffre 44/IV est l'inverse de 66/VI, si vous le mettez en chiffre romain devant un miroir.

Très actif sur la page créée cet automne, le résident de la région de Québec veut dépasser les limites du virtuel avec le regroupement. «On veut éventuellement devenir un groupe suffisamment important afin d'être un poids politique qui permettra de faire entendre ceux qui sont en désaccord avec les positions actuelles du gouvernement fédéral et provincial», a-t-il expliqué dans un échange de messages.

Et avec quoi êtes-vous en désaccord? «Nous ne sommes pas contre l'aide octroyée aux migrants syriens. Ce dont nous sommes contre est l'entrée en grand nombre de ces migrants et cela en si peu de temps, a-t-il précisé. Le problème est que nous faisons face à un cheval de Troie qui facilitera l'entrée de terroristes sur nos terres. [...] Il s'agit qu'il y en ait qu'une dizaine et cela peut mener à une situation semblable à celle de Paris.» Leur philosophie repose sur le dicton «mieux vaut prévenir que guérir».

Pour se faire entendre au-delà du virtuel, La Meute vise notamment à obtenir un statut d'organisation à but non lucratif, idéalement dans les prochaines semaines.

Valeurs nationales

Le combat de La Meute est cependant plus large, selon M. Corvus. Au-delà de l'actuelle situation des réfugiés syriens immigrant au Canada, la vingtaine de membres formant «la base» - M. Corvus n'est pas l'unique administrateur - veut «protéger nos terres, nos valeurs, nos fondements, notre liberté, notre sécurité ainsi que l'avenir de nos enfants contre l'envahisseur islamique».

Et le message porté semble faire écho chez une frange de la population 2.0. Chaque jour, des dizaines, voire des centaines d'internautes s'ajoutent à la page Facebook, bien qu'il soit impossible de la trouver par une simple recherche. Elle n'est accessible que sur invitation et déjà 12 000 personnes y ont adhéré à ce jour.

«Enfin! J'ai trouvé la meute, je ne serai plus un loup solitaire, bonne journee!!!!!» a écrit un internaute pas plus tard que dimanche après-midi. Le Soleil a aussi pu observer des images d'adeptes s'étant fait tatouer le logo du groupe, soit une empreinte de loup.

La Meute dit ne pas être «nationaliste ou fédéraliste». M. Corvus assure que le seul combat est «de protéger notre nation contre l'invasion de l'islam».

Conscient qu'il traite «un dossier délicat», Eric Corvus a mis en place plusieurs règles sur le regroupement Facebook. «D'une manière générale, tout contributeur s'interdit de publier un commentaire préjudiciable, menaçant, illégal, diffamatoire, non autorisé, abusif, injurieux, malveillant, incitant à la violence, à la haine raciale, religieuse ou ethnique», peut-on lire à l'entrée de la page.

http://www.lapresse.ca/le-soleil/actualites/societe/201512/28/01-4935114-la…

LA MEUTE DANS LA MIRE DE L'ARMEE



Photothèque Le Soleil, Jean-Marie Villeneuve







Jean-Michel Genois Gagnon
Le Soleil

(Québec) L'armée surveille de près les membres des Forces armées canadiennes (FAC) inscrits dans le groupe Facebook La Meute.


Agrandir
Un logo du groupe Facebook La Meute

Photothèque Le Soleil


Dévoilé par Le Soleil à la fin du mois de décembre, le regroupement «secret» compte aujourd'hui plus de 16 000 invités (membres et observateurs). Son fondateur, Eric Corvus, un vétéran des Forces armées canadiennes, avait souligné lors de son entrevue que le groupe avait été créé pour «protéger nos terres, nos valeurs, nos fondements, notre liberté, notre sécurité ainsi que l'avenir de nos enfants contre l'envahisseur islamique».

Pour l'heure, aucune enquête n'a été ouverte par la police militaire concernant certains membres des FAC inscrits sur la page Web. Rolling Eyes «On [la police militaire] s'intéresse aux cas les plus graves qui peuvent mener à des accusations de nature criminelle», stipule le major Mercier. Cela ne signifie toutefois pas que les militaires inscrits ne s'exposent pas à des sanctions. «On est au courant de la situation. On connaît le site et on l'observe. Il n'y a pas d'enquête comme telle de la police militaire, mais il peut y avoir plusieurs autres types d'enquêtes. Ça peut être des enquêtes disciplinaires, des enquêtes sommaires ou des enquêtes administratives», précise-t-il. «Cela relève davantage de la chaîne de commandement de l'individu.»

Les Forces armées canadiennes ne sont pas en mesure de chiffrer le nombre de militaires inscrits sur le groupe et ne possèdent aucune politique particulière qui restreindrait un membre des FAC à participer à un forum dans les médias sociaux. Néanmoins, «les militaires des FAC sont tenus de respecter les normes les plus élevées en matière de conduite professionnelle et personnelle. Le ministère de la Défense nationale et les FAC ne tolèrent pas la discrimination», a écrit l'armée dans un échange de courriels.

«Si la participation ou les activités d'un membre des FAC sur un site Web ou une page de Facebook remettent en question la pertinence du maintien en service d'un militaire, ce dernier peut faire l'objet de mesures administratives ou de mesures disciplinaires. Chaque incident sera évalué au cas par cas. Les résultats de mesures administratives sont confidentiels, en vertu de la Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels», ajoute le FAC. = Tout cela ne tient pas la route. Un militaire qui joindrai un groupe de "patriotes" serait automatiquement sanctionné par ses supérieurs, cela étant considéré comme un acte de désobéissance et de rebellion. Cela pourrait même aller jusqu'à la Cour martiale.

Deux plaintes

Inquiète de voir que le groupe La Meute prend de l'expansion, une personne avec qui Le Soleil a discuté a déposé deux plaintes au cours des dernières semaines contre le regroupement, l'une à la Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC) et l'autre à la Sûreté du Québec. «Ce que je dénonce, c'est le fait que c'est un groupe qui devient lui-même des extrémistes. Ils dénoncent les musulmans qui sont extrémistes, qui veulent radicaliser le peuple. Mais ils le deviennent eux-mêmes en ayant des propos haineux sur leur page. Ce n'est pas tous les musulmans qui sont pareils.» = Et voilà, cela vous mettra sur la liste des terroristes!

La GRC n'a pas voulu confirmer si une enquête a été ouverte.

Afin de clarifier la position du groupe, Eric Corvus a tenu à publier un message le 2 janvier sur la page Facebook La Meute. «À tous ceux qui croient et désirent que La Meute ait été créée afin de nous conduire vers l'anarchie, briser des vitres, mettre le feu, prendre les armes, je vous prierais de prendre le temps d'analyser votre perception, car il n'en est rien. Nous ne sommes pas un berceau de la haine.» = Mais en son temps, les casseurs seront incorporés dans ce groupe comme il a été fait dans tous les autres. Et là, on connaît la suite : le désordre, le chaos, la police militarisée qui arrive et c'est parti pour une destruction et une tyrannie assurée.

La page Facebook La Meute a été créée à l'automne par un ancien militaire qui a été déployé en Afghanistan en 2004 et en 2007. Il souffre depuis d'un trouble de stress post-traumatique, pour lequel il est suivi. La Meute souhaite éventuellement obtenir son statut d'organisation à but non lucratif.

http://www.lapresse.ca/le-soleil/actualites/societe/201601/06/01-4937335-la…



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Dim 20 Mar - 09:23 (2016)    Sujet du message: MUSLIM POLICE IN FRANCE REFUSE TO PROTECT SYNAGOGUES Répondre en citant

MUSLIM POLICE IN FRANCE REFUSE TO PROTECT SYNAGOGUES
 

March 19, 2016

Daniel Greenfield 

At least they're not bombing them. Yet.

As Gatestone's Yves Mamou reports, the growing support for Jihad among Muslim settlers in France is affecting law enforcement.

Citation:

A leaked confidential memo from the Department of Public Security, published by Le Parisien,details 17 cases of police officers radicalized between 2012 and 2015. Particularly noted were the police officers who listen to and broadcast Muslim chants while on patrol.

Some of these police officers have openly refused to protect synagogues or to observe a minute of silence to commemorate the deaths of victims of terrorist attacks....the police were alerted to a policewoman who incited terrorism on Facebook, and called her police uniform a "filthy rag of the Republic" while wiping her hands on it. In January 2015, immediately after the attacks on Charlie Hebdo and the Hypercacher kosher supermarket in Vincennes, which had left 17 people dead, she wrote on her Facebook page: "Masked attack led by Zionist cowards... They need to be killed."



How long until we get the first Muslim police terror attack in France... or right here at home.

http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/262214/muslim-police-france-refuse-protec…



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Mar - 08:36 (2016)    Sujet du message: USS SAN JACINTO CONDUCTS EXERCISE BOARDING Répondre en citant

USS SAN JACINTO CONDUCTS EXERCISE BOARDING

Story Number: NNS160321-11Release Date: 3/21/2016 12:21:00 PM 

By Lt j.g. Bobby Dixon, USS San Jacinto Public Affairs


160317-N-UY653-744 ATLANTIC OCEAN (March 17, 2016) A member of the visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) provides forward cover during a training exercise. San Jacinto is underway conducting Composite Unit Training Exercise (COMPTUEX) with the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group in preparation for a future deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Ryan U. Kledzik/Released)

ATLANTIC OCEAN (NNS) -- Sailors of the visit, board, search and seizure team from guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) conducted a simulated boarding on training support vessel Hugo, March 17.

The operation was part of the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group Composite Training Unit Exercise in preparation for an upcoming deployment.

These evolutions will prepare San Jacinto's VBSS team for potential boarding evolutions in the future.

"'We train how we fight' is a phrase you hear often in the military," said Capt. Dennis Velez, commanding officer of San Jacinto. "Our training now keeps our skills sharp and prepares us to enforce the freedom of the seas in the future."

As part of the exercise, San Jacinto received simulated a distress call from Hugo about pirates attacking the vessel. Upon arrival, VBSS team members boarded Hugo and offered assistance to ensure the vessel was safe and clear of unwanted guests. The simulated crew was cooperative and happy the team responded.

"We train our team as often as we can, but nothing beats training at sea," said Lt j.g. James Mosychuk, one of the VBSS team's boarding officers.

After the vessel had been secured, the team demonstrated its ability to navigate and control the vessel should the need arise to take a vessel into port.

As part of COMPTUEX, Commander, Carrier Strike Group 4 mentors, trains and assesses the ability of San Jacinto and the entire IKE CSG to work as an integrated team capable of worldwide operations. Ultimately, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command certifies if the IKE CSG is ready to deploy following COMPTUEX.

IKE CSG is comprised of CSG 10 staff, Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 26 staff, aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 3, guided-missile cruisers USS San Jacinto (CG 56) and USS Monterey (CG 61), and guided-missile destroyers USS Nitze (DDG 94), USS Mason (DDG 87), USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) and USS Stout (DDG 55) of DESRON 26.

For more news from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn69/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93726



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Mar - 08:43 (2016)    Sujet du message: SAN JACINTO TRAINS FOR DEPLOYMENT Répondre en citant

SAN JACINTO TRAINS FOR DEPLOYMENT

Story Number: NNS160321-07Release Date: 3/21/2016 12:02:00 PM

From USS San Jacinto Public Affairs


140331-N-ZG705-210 MEDITERRANEAN SEA (March 31, 2014) The guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) transits the Mediterranean Sea. San Jacinto, deployed as part of Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group, is operating in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Karl Anderson/Released)

ATLANTIC OCEAN (NNS) -- USS San Jacinto (CG 56) departed Naval Station Norfolk to begin composite training unit exercise (COMPTUEX), March 16.

San Jacinto will join the rest of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group to conduct COMPTUEX, which tests the strike group's ability to effectively react to real-world scenarios and perform as an integrated unit.

"The entire strike group coming together to train for the future is important," said Capt. Dennis Velez, commanding officer of San Jacinto. "COMPTUEX gives us that opportunity like never before."

Throughout COMPTUEX, San Jacinto will face training scenarios that simulate real-world situations the ship could encounter during its upcoming deployment.

"San Jacinto is ready and her crew is ready to work hard and prepare for our deployment; this is the real deal," said Lt. j.g. Bobby Dixon, training officer and anti-air warfare coordinator.

"We will be as tactical as possible while performing in a realistic wartime scenario," said Lt. j.g. Christian Asaban, anti-terrorism officer and the lead surface warfare coordinator.

Following the successful completion of COMPTUEX, Carrier Strike Group 4 will declare San Jacinto and the entire Ike CSG capable of worldwide operations and ready for its upcoming deployment.

Ike CSG is comprised of the Carrier Strike Group 10 staff, aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), Carrier Air Wing 3, guided-missile cruisers USS San Jacinto (CG 56) and USS Monterey (CG 61), and Destroyer Squadron 26 with its associated ships: USS Stout (DDG 55), USS Roosevelt (DDG 80), USS Mason (DDG 87) and USS Nitze (DDG 94).

For more news from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn69/.

http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93704


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Mar - 08:46 (2016)    Sujet du message: WATCH AS THE LOS ANGELES-CLASS SUBMARINE USS HARTFORD (SSN-768) BREAKS THROUGH SEVERAL FEET OF SOLID ICE IN ORDER TO SURFACE IN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE DURING ICEX 2016. Répondre en citant

WATCH AS THE LOS ANGELES-CLASS SUBMARINE USS HARTFORD (SSN-768) BREAKS THROUGH SEVERAL FEET OF SOLID ICE IN ORDER TO SURFACE IN THE ARCTIC CIRCLE DURING ICEX 2016.

VIDEO : http://www.navy.mil/media/multimedia/icex-2016/icex2016.mp4


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Mar - 09:19 (2016)    Sujet du message: EXERCISE ALAMO SHIELD PROVIDES LIFE-SAVING TRAINING Répondre en citant

EXERCISE ALAMO SHIELD PROVIDES LIFE-SAVING TRAINING


En-route Patient Staging System team members, from the 433rd Aeromedical Staging Squadron, transport a patient toward a C-130 Hercules during Exercise Alamo Shield held at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland and Camp Bullis Training Annex. Alamo Shield is a comprehensive training exercise designed to deploy and exercise an aeromedical evacuation system in an initial urgent response scenario. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Bryan Swink)


3/18/2016 By: Senior Airman Bryan Swink, 433rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs

http://www.health.mil/Military-Health-Topics/Health-Readiness JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas — Airmen from different units of the 433rd Airlift Wing recently conducted an eight-day training exercise to hone their skills and prepare for future deployments.

Alamo Shield, held here and Camp Bullis Training Annex is a comprehensive training exercise designed to deploy and exercise an aeromedical evacuation system in an initial urgent response scenario.

This wartime, initial contingency mission centered on the fictitious country Biloxistan. Camp Bullis' airfield served as the country of Biloxistan with different regions surrounding the flightline that simulated multiple locations down range.

Members of the 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, 433rd Airlift Control Flight, 433rd Aeromedical Staging Squadron and the 433rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron's Critical Care Air Transport Team worked together to provide the logistics and execution of evacuating injured patients out of the danger zone.

Two aeromedical evacuation liaison teams were spread out on different sides of the "country" and served as the first step in the process to evacuate patients out.

"We are imbedded down range with specific Army, Navy, Marine Corps or Air Force units and serve as the liaison between that unit and the aeromedical system," said Air Force Capt. Charlie South, 433rd AELT member. "We work with our communication personnel to relay the necessary information required to evacuate the patients out of the region. This exercise gives us the opportunity to truly refine our skills and make sure we have our processes as perfect as they can be."

The AELT members, consisting of a flight nurse, a Medical Service Corps officer and two communication personnel, provide clinical expertise in knowing exactly what the patients need regarding aircraft specific requirements, equipment requirements, clinical implications of altitude and stresses of flight while preparing the patients for the flight.

With the AELT's coordination, the rest of the aeromedical evacuation teams know what they will need to do to complete the mission.


Air Force 1st Lt. J.C. Allen, 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron flight nurse, secures a stretcher aboard a C-130 Hercules shortly before injured patients are brought on board. Flight nurses and medical technicians are responsible for maintaining the care of patients while being transported in flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Bryan Swink)

 
The Aeromedical Evacuation Operations Teams downrange receive the instruction from the AELTs and begin their role. The AEOTs coordinate the air crews and provide operational and mission management support by coordinating the proper equipment necessary for the mission, directs AE ground support activities like mission launch and recovery, aircraft set up and configuration, and manages medical equipment and supplies.

"We are responsible for managing the crews for our AE missions," said Air Force Lt. Col. Deborah Deja, 433rd AES flight nurse and overseeing operations for one of the two AEOT units during the exercise. "During the exercise we are only managing two crews, but we have the capability to manage up to 10 crews and launch and recover up to six missions in a 24-hour period."

During the exercise, the AEOTs ensured all the necessary equipment was ready to load onto the incoming C-130 Hercules assigned to the 908th Airlift Wing at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.  With the exercise being simulated in an active war zone, the engines for the aircraft were continuously running, which helped maintain a high sense of urgency.

As soon as the arriving aircraft came to a complete stop, the AEOT members and aircrew began loading and setting up the aircraft in the arrangement necessary to keep the patients stable.

After the equipment was loaded, patients were taken from the En-route Patient Staging System and boarded onto the aircraft. ERPSS is a staging facility that provides temporary holding capability for up to six hours for patients transiting the Air Evacuation System.

While inflight, AE crews continue care of the non-critical patients while Critical Care Air Transport Teams worked on the critical patients.  CCATT teams consist of one critical care physician, a critical care nurse and a respiratory technician to ensure the best care possible is provided to those patients who need it most.

This training couldn't have come at a better time for many of the exercise participants. Some are just keeping their skills up-to-date, but many are preparing for a deployment in the upcoming months.

"I am about to deploy for the first time and this exercise couldn't have come at a better time," said Air Force Senior Airman Sarah Clark, 433rd AES medical technician. "This is an opportunity for me to learn from my mistakes so when I'm in the field, I will be sharper, quicker and more on point.

Disclaimer: Re-published content may have been edited for length and clarity. Read original post.

http://www.health.mil/News/Articles/2016/03/18/Exercise-Alamo-Shield-provides-life-saving-training


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 23 Mar - 09:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: STENNIS STRIKE GROUP TO PARTICIPATE IN FOAL EAGLE Répondre en citant

STENNIS STRIKE GROUP TO PARTICIPATE IN FOAL EAGLE

Story Number: NNS160322-07Release Date: 3/22/2016 10:07:00 AM 

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Christopher Frost, USS John C. Stennis Public Affairs


160311-N-GZ947-114 WATERS TO THE EAST OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA (March 11, 2016) Airman Stephen Pate, from Georgetown, Ky., directs the landing of an MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter assigned to the Chargers of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 14 aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). Providing a ready force supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific, John C. Stennis is operating as part of the Great Green Fleet on a regularly scheduled 7th Fleet deployment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kenneth Rodriguez Santiago / Released)

WATERS SURROUNDING THE KOREAN PENINSULA (NNS) -- The John C. Stennis Strike Group left the Republic of Korea to participate in exercise Foal Eagle with the Republic of Korea armed forces, March 18.

Foal Eagle is an annual exercise based on realistic training scenarios intended to improve U.S. and ROK forces' interoperability.

The Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines will participate in the exercise, with the naval portion of Foal Eagle taking place in international waters around South Korea, featuring a full spectrum of maritime operations.

The training incorporates scenarios such as gunnery exercises, communication drills, dynamic ship maneuvers, logistical rehearsals, salvage training and liaison officer exchanges with the ROK navy. JCSSG is slated to participate in Maritime Counter Special Operations Forces simulating joint defense operations.

Sailors and locals had the opportunity to interact during JCSSG's port visit in Republic of Korea. Nearly 1,500 South Koreans toured USS John C. Stennis' (CVN 74) flight deck and hangar bay. Sailors participated in multiple community service events at schools, senior centers and a foundation for disabled children and adults; and participated in cultural tours of historical sites such as the Dragon Temple, Beomosa Temple and the Demilitarized Zone.

"It was interesting to see worshippers practicing their traditions," said Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class Ian Garconnette, from Miami, who toured the Dragon Temple. "It was a fascinating clash of ancient and modern."

The strike group is comprised of John C. Stennis with Carrier Air Wing 9 and Destroyer Squadron 21 embarked, Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93), USS Stockdale (DDG 106), USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110) and Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG 53).

CVW-9 consists of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 71, Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 14, Airborne Early Warning Squadron 112, Electronic Attack Squadron 133 and Strike Fighter Squadrons 151, 97, 41, 14.

Providing a ready force supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific, JCSSG is operating as part of the Great Green Fleet on a regularly scheduled 7th Fleet deployment.

For more news on USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn74/ or www.facebook.com/stennis74.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93745



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 23 Mar - 09:28 (2016)    Sujet du message: 30th NCR WRAPS UP FOAL EAGLE Répondre en citant

30th NCR WRAPS UP FOAL EAGLE

Story Number: NNS160322-05Release Date: 3/22/2016 9:32:00 AM 

From 30th Naval Construction Regiment Public Affairs


160315-N-HA376-573 JINHAE, Republic of Korea (March 15, 2016) U.S. Navy Capt. James Meyer, commodore of the 30th Naval Construction Regiment (30 NCR), speaks with Republic of Korea (ROK) navy Vice Adm. Jung, Jin-soep, during exercise Foal Eagle 2016. 30 NCR is forward deployed to provide command and control of U.S. Navy Seabees working with their ROK counterparts during Foal Eagle. Foal Eagle is an annual, bilateral training exercise designed to enhance the readiness of U.S. and ROK forces, and their ability to work together during a crisis. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Lowell Whitman/Released)

JINHAE, Republic of Korea (NNS) -- The 30th Naval Construction Regiment completed construction with Republic of Korea navy Seabees for exercise Foal Eagle 2016, March 18.

The regiment provided command and control for numerous projects between ROK engineers and Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4, NMCB 133, Underwater Construction Team 2, and Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 303 during the exercise.

"It has been impressive to see the interoperability and exchange of tactics and procedures across all levels, as capabilities were demonstrated and readiness was confirmed," said U.S. Navy Cmdr. Ross Campbell, 30 NCR operations officer. "We had ROK navy and U.S. Seabee crews working side-by-side on projects. This was not one nation leading another, but a true partnership to learn together as we jointly built our projects."

NMCB 133, working hand-in-hand with its ROK counterparts, constructed a temporary forward-operating base in Busan using ROK design modifications. The structures included a wooden bunker, a Southwest Asia hut, timber watch tower, head facilities, and various tent structures.

The lead for the different projects was undertaken jointly. Although communication was an initial struggle, a rhythm of daily objectives, safety briefs, and aggressive communication between the U.S. and ROK Seabees brought the camp to completion ahead of schedule, according to Lt. Van Nguyen, NMCB 133 Det. Busan officer-in-charge.

UCT 2 completed expeditionary wharf construction, crane operations and underwater topography at Commander-in-Chief ROK Fleet base, as well as underwater welding and cutting for pier repair training with their ROK counterparts at the ROK engineering school, continuing their close relationship with the ROK Seabee dive team.

Further cooperative efforts brought together NMCB 4, CBMU 303 and their ROK counterparts in repairing collapsed wharf walls, piers, and airfields, demonstrating their capabilities during major combat operations, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, theater security cooperation, and construction readiness operations.

NMCB 3, also participating in the exercise, provided support to Naval Special Warfare.

For the regiment, the exercise tested the unit's operational abilities to include embark, logistics, communications, and engineering and construction outside of a stateside training environment.

"The close relationship between our U.S. and Korean Seabees creates great synergies, improving our interoperability and readiness to respond to any crisis," said Capt. James Meyer, 30 NCR's commodore. "They continue to amaze me with their professionalism, 'Can Do' spirit and execution success. I have no doubt our Seabees will be ready when our nation calls upon them."

Foal Eagle 2016 is a combined field-training exercise conducted annually by the ROK armed forces and the U.S. armed forces with the support of the Combined Forces Command. One of the largest military exercises in the world, it is defensive in nature and provides tactical level units the opportunity to confirm force deployment readiness, capabilities, validate interoperability and familiarize forces with the environment.

30 NCR provides operational control over naval engineering forces throughout the Pacific, Southwest Asia and the western U.S. in response to combat commander and naval component commander requirements. They serve an integral part of the Naval Construction Force and accomplish major combat operations, theater security cooperation, humanitarian assistance, disaster recovery and Phase Zero requirements across the Pacific area of responsibility.

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


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=93743



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 24 Mar - 08:35 (2016)    Sujet du message: EXERCICE MILITAIRE INEDIT DU HAMAS POUR TESTER SA PREPARATION EN CAS DE GUERRE Répondre en citant

EXERCICE MILITAIRE INEDIT DU HAMAS POUR TESTER SA PREPARATION EN CAS DE GUERRE

L’équipe du site




Le Hamas a organisé mardi un exercice militaire d'une ampleur inédite pour tester son "degré de préparation" en cas de nouvelle agression israélienne contre la bande de Gaza, ravagée depuis 2008 par trois guerres.

Cet exercice n'est pas une "anticipation ou un signal d'alarme qui annonceraient une guerre", a assuré le porte-parole du ministère de l'Intérieur à Gaza.

Un millier de policiers, membres de la Sûreté et des services de secours ont participé à l'exercice, pour lequel l'état d'urgence a été déclaré pendant deux heures dans les localités du nord de l'enclave sous blocus: Beit Hanoun et Beit Lahya, frontalières des territoires occupés, et Jabalia, un peu plus au sud.

La presse n'était pas autorisée à s'approcher de la zone.

Le bruit de fortes explosions a secoué le nord de ce petit territoire surpeuplé, où hôpitaux et écoles avaient été placés en alerte. Les radios locales avaient prévenu la population dès lundi.

Des simulations de bombardements aériens ont été menées pour tester la réactivité des membres de la Sécurité dans le cas d'éventuelles évacuations en urgence et de secours de victimes bloquées dans les décombres.

Lors de la dernière guerre, la plus longue et la plus meurtrière, à l'été 2014, plus de 100.000 maisons ont été en partie ou totalement détruites par l'aviation et les troupes israéliennes au sol, ainsi que des dizaines de bâtiments de la police et de la sécurité.

"Cet exercice militaire est sans précédent", a affirmé à l'AFP Iyad al-Bozoum, le porte-parole du ministère de l'Intérieur. Il s'agissait, a-t-il poursuivi, de "tester et de garantir le degré de préparation en situation d'urgence en cas de guerre ou d'une agression israélienne contre la bande de Gaza".

M. Bozoum a affirmé que l'exercice avait été "un succès". Il a indiqué que l'expérience devait être renouvelée dans différentes régions au cours du mois, ajoutant qu'un exercice mobiliserait ensuite 15.000 membres des forces de sécurité et des secours à travers l'ensemble du territoire.

Avec AFP

Source: Agences  
23-03-2016 - 11:57 Dernière mise à jour 23-03-2016 - 11:57

http://www.almanar.com.lb/french/adetails.php?fromval=1&cid=18&frid…


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 24 Mar - 08:55 (2016)    Sujet du message: DISPOSITIF DE SECURITE MAXIMAL DANS LES AEROPORTS EUROPEENS Répondre en citant

DISPOSITIF DE SECURITE MAXIMAL DANS LES AEROPORTS EUROPEENS



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

La sécurité a été renforcée dans les principaux aéroports européens, au lendemain des attaques de Bruxelles et à quelques jours du week-end de Pacques.

A Paris Charles de Gaulle, les treillis militaires côtoient le bleu d'une soixantaine d'uniformes de CRS, fraîchement appelés en renfort. Les contrôles aléatoires sont multipliés et chacun est prié d'être muni d'un billet, ou au moins d'une pièce d'identité.

La présence policière est également renforcée à Francfort, principal aéroport d'Allem…


DISPOSITIF DE SECURITE MAXIMAL DANS LES AEROPORTS EUROPEENS

Par Cyril Fourneris

23/03 18:13 CET

La sécurité a été renforcée dans les principaux aéroports européens, au lendemain des attaques de Bruxelles et à quelques jours du week-end de Pacques.
 

A Paris Charles de Gaulle, les treillis militaires côtoient le bleu d’une soixantaine d’uniformes de CRS, fraîchement appelés en renfort. Les contrôles aléatoires sont multipliés et chacun est prié d‘être muni d’un billet, ou au moins d’une pièce d’identité.

La présence policière est également renforcée à Francfort, principal aéroport d’Allemagne, ou encore à Rome Fiumicino. Ce qui a le mérite de rassurer certains voyageurs.

Mais partout les terminaux restent ouverts au public. Un filtrage à l’entrée risquerait d’engorger des aéroports plus grands les uns que les autres.
Aux États-Unis, un terminal de l’aéroport d’Atlanta, le plus fréquenté du monde, a été évacué brièvement ce mercredi, en raison d’un bagage suspect.

Par Cyril Fourneris

http://fr.euronews.com/2016/03/23/dispositif-de-securite-maximal-dans-les-aeroports-europeens


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 24 Mar - 09:06 (2016)    Sujet du message: NATO TO BUILD NEW HQ BUILDING Répondre en citant

NATO TO BUILD NEW HQ BUILDING 



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahx5jFc9qLI



The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO /ˈneɪtoʊ/; French: Organisation du traité de l'Atlantique Nord; OTAN), also called the North Atlantic Alliance, is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4 April 1949. The organization constitutes a system of collective defence whereby its member states agree to mutual defense in response to an attack by any external party. NATO's headquarters are located in Haren, Brussels, Belgium, where the Supreme Allied Commander also resides. Belgium is one of the 28 member states across North America and Europe, the newest of which, Albania and Croatia, joined in April 2009. An additional 22 countries participate in NATO's Partnership for Peace program, with 15 other countries involved in institutionalized dialogue programmes. The combined military spending of all NATO members constitutes over 70 percent of the global total.[4] Members' defense spending is supposed to amount to 2 percent of GDP.[5]

NATO was little more than a political association until the Korean War galvanized the organization's member states, and an integrated military structure was built up under the direction of two US supreme commanders. The course of the Cold War led to a rivalry with nations of the Warsaw Pact, which formed in 1955. Doubts over the strength of the relationship between the European states and the United States ebbed and flowed, along with doubts over the credibility of the NATO defence against a prospective Soviet invasion—doubts that led to the development of the independent French nuclear deterrent and the withdrawal of France from NATO's military structure in 1966 for 30 years. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the organization was drawn into the breakup of Yugoslavia, and conducted its first military interventions in Bosnia from 1992 to 1995 and later Yugoslavia in 1999. Politically, the organization sought better relations with former Warsaw Pact countries, several of which joined the alliance in 1999 and 2004.

Article 5 of the North Atlantic treaty, requiring member states to come to the aid of any member state subject to an armed attack, was invoked for the first and only time after the 11 September 2001 attacks,[6] after which troops were deployed to Afghanistan under the NATO-led ISAF. The organization has operated a range of additional roles since then, including sending trainers to Iraq, assisting in counter-piracy operations[7] and in 2011 enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya in accordance with U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973. The less potent Article 4, which merely invokes consultation among NATO members, has been invoked five times: by Turkey in 2003 over the Iraq War; twice in 2012 by Turkey over the Syrian Civil War, after the downing of an unarmed Turkish F-4 reconnaissance jet, and after a mortar was fired at Turkey from Syria;[8] in 2014 by Poland, following the Russian intervention in Crimea;[9] and again by Turkey in 2015 after threats by the Islamic State to its territorial integrity.[10]

History Beginnings


Eleven men in suits stand around a large desk at which another man is signing a document.

The North Atlantic Treaty was signed in Washington, D.C., on 4 April 1949 and was ratified by the United States that August.

The Treaty of Brussels, signed on 17 March 1948 by Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, and the United Kingdom, is considered the precursor to the NATO agreement. The treaty and the Soviet Berlin Blockade led to the creation of the Western European Union's Defence Organization in September 1948.[11] However, participation of the United States was thought necessary both to counter the military power of the USSR and to prevent the revival of nationalist militarism, so talks for a new military alliance began almost immediately resulting in the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed in Washington, D.C. on 4 April 1949. It included the five Treaty of Brussels states plus the United States, Canada, Portugal, Italy, Norway, Denmark and Iceland.[12] The first NATO Secretary General, Lord Ismay, stated in 1949 that the organization's goal was "to keep the Russians out, the Americans in, and the Germans down."[13] Popular support for the Treaty was not unanimous, and some Icelanders participated in a pro-neutrality, anti-membership riot in March 1949. The creation of NATO can be seen as the primary institutional consequence of a school of thought called Atlanticism which stressed the importance of trans-Atlantic cooperation.[14]

The members agreed that an armed attack against any one of them in Europe or North America would be considered an attack against them all. Consequently, they agreed that, if an armed attack occurred, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defence,



Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

En ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 701
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 25 Mar - 06:54 (2016)    Sujet du message: CAMERON URGES CHRISTIAN LEADERS TO 'REACH OUT' TO MUSLIM COMMUNITIES Répondre en citant

CAMERON URGES CHRISTIAN LEADERS TO 'REACH OUT' TO MUSLIM COMMUNITIES

By Pamela Geller on March 24, 2016

Global Jihad 2016 UK



And do what exactly? Convert? Christianity is not the problem. How many murders, attacks, etc. will it take for these craven quislings to realize their appeasement and submission is not working?

Here is the most absurd statement yet: “The Prime Minister said Christians had to join the ‘great fight’ by ‘reaching out’ to Muslims and helping to stop people drifting into extremism.” Christians are their target — how can they stop Muslims from going jihad?

More: “Our brothers and sisters who are Muslims, they want our assistance.” Uh, no they don’t.

Citation:



“Cameron urges Christian leaders to ‘reach out’ to Muslim communities,” Express, March 23, 2016:
DAVID Cameron has urged Christian leaders in the UK to help Muslim communities to tackle extremism in the wake of the Brussels bombing
The Prime Minister said Christians had to join the “great fight” by “reaching out” to Muslims and helping to stop people drifting into extremism
.

Speaking at an Easter reception for Christians in Downing Street, he said he wanted to build “stronger and more resilient” communities. = Agenda 2030 - Strong cities



GETTY

The Prime Minister’s come after Islamic State bombed Brussels, killing 31

He said: “This is the great fight that we have to join.“Our brothers and sisters who are Muslims, they want our assistance.
 
“We should be reaching out and wanting to help them battle against extremism. We have to build stronger and more resilient communities.


GETTY

The blasts also injured at least 250 people

“We have to make sure that people who are drifting into an extremist mindset are yanked back.”The call comes after barbaric Islamic State jihadis bombed the Belgian capital’s airport and metro system, killing at least 31 and injuring more than 200. Setting out why liberal democracy would defeat extremism, Cameron added: “In the end our values are far stronger, far more appealing than anything they have to offer… It’s not weak because we question our own faith. It’s immensely strong.

The Brussels airport and Metro bombings in pictures, including the aftermath of the tragic scenes.



AFP/Getty Images

A member of the civil protection holds his face in his hands as he come back from the Maalbeek metro station in Brussels

“We are rational rather than extremist, but don’t mistake that for lack of passion.”Mr Cameron used the event to talk again about his faith and why he believes Britain is a Christian country. “We shouldn’t be embarrassed about that,” he said. “Sometimes people wonder if you say Britain is a Christian country that is somehow ‘doing down’ other faiths. Absolutely the reverse.”





http://pamelageller.com/2016/03/cameron-urges-christian-leaders-to-reach-ou… http://pamelageller.com/2016/03/cameron-urges-christian-leaders-to-reach-ou… http://pamelageller.com/2016/03/cameron-urges-christian-leaders-to-reach-ou…

Revenir en haut
Contenu Sponsorisé






MessagePosté le: Aujourd’hui à 04:48 (2016)    Sujet du message: UNITED NATIONS, GLOBAL ARMY, POLICIA, MILICIA, GANG AND... (PARTIE 2) P.1

Revenir en haut
Montrer les messages depuis:   
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum -> LES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATION/CONCENTRATION CAMPS -> UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL ARMY, POLICIA, MILICIA, GANG .... (PARTIE 2) Toutes les heures sont au format GMT + 2 Heures
Aller à la page: <  1, 2, 392, 93, 94118, 119, 120  >
Page 93 sur 120

 
Sauter vers:  

Portail | Index | Creer un forum | Forum gratuit d’entraide | Annuaire des forums gratuits | Signaler une violation | Conditions générales d'utilisation
Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group
Traduction par : phpBB-fr.com