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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Avr - 01:56 (2016)    Sujet du message: RUSSIA MATCHES NATO'S BRIGADE ON ITS BORDER. RAISES THE POT BY TWO DIVISIONS AND A TANK ARMY Répondre en citant

RUSSIA MATCHES NATO'S BRIGADE ON ITS BORDER. RAISES THE POT BY TWO DIVISIONS AND A TANK ARMY

NATO has been telegraphing its buildup for two years now. Russians have long since started countering it

Mark Nicholas

Mon, Apr 4, 2016



US has announced that starting next February it will maintain a permanent deployment of a full combat brigade in Eastern Europe to counter an “aggressive Russia“.

A US armored brigade corresponds to about 4,500 men, along with 250 tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and self-propelled artillery, as well as 1,700 cars and trucks.

The unit will be spread out between Bulgaria, Romania, Poland and the Baltic states.

Obviously the Russians are not happy about this. The US foray into Estonia and Latvia in particular means a heavier rival military presence in close proximity to Russian cities since any time since 1944. (Obviously there were more troops arrayed against the Soviets during the Cold War, but these were sitting on the Elbe in central Germany, rather than 200 kilometres from Saint Petersburg.) 

At the same time the Russians have not offered a high-pitched reaction to the move that NATO's Philip Breedlove was perhaps hoping for. Deutsche Well has the reason:
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Moscow's lack of anger at these US plans has a simple explanation, said Alexander Golz, an expert on the Russian military. "The deployment of the armored brigade was already decided at the NATO Summit in Wales in 2014. Russia has already responded."

Moscow already announced it would set up new divisions in the west of the country. Lately there have been conflicting statements about their number. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said a few days ago, Russia planned to station two new divisions permanently in Russia's Western Military District.

"NATO is expanding its military potential in Europe, including in the immediate vicinity of the Russian border," he said. Russia was concerned, he said - and forced to react. But earlier, the defense minister had spoken about three new divisions in Russia's west. One of these divisions would be created from a brigade in the Smolensk region on the border with Belarus.

In addition, the Russian defense ministry announced in early February that it was reactivating the 1st Tank Guards Army, dissolved in 1998, in the west of the country. The new army is being formed from existing divisions and brigades that are to be reorganized and strengthened.



While the recent announcement sheds more detail on NATO's planned and ongoing buildup in Eastern Europe and also revises it to an extent the Russians have understood that NATO was coming ever since mid 2014. They have already moved to meet it. And boy are they some moves.




In the last 15 years the Russian military has slowly transformed from a massive division-based force to a lighter, more modular brigade-based force, better suited to fighting small wars.

However, especially for NATO it is now bringing back two divisions and a tank army!

A Russian tank army is a corps of two to three armored divisions with integrated artillery, bridging and helicopter support and motorized infantry divisions assigned on an ad hoc basis when needed.

So NATO, how do you like them apples?

http://russia-insider.com/en/heres-why-russia-unfussed-about-natos-latest-troop-buildup-its-border/ri13722


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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Avr - 02:05 (2016)    Sujet du message: WORLD'S LARGEST MARITIME EXERCISE UNDERWAY IN MIDDLE EAST Répondre en citant

WORLD'S LARGEST MARITIME EXERCISE UNDERWAY IN MIDDLE EAST

Story Number: NNS160404-18Release Date: 4/4/2016 11:39:00 AM 

From U.S. Naval Forces Central Command Public Affairs

MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- The International Mine Countermeasures Exercise, the largest maritime exercise in the world, kicked off April 4, with international naval and civilian maritime forces from more than 30 nations spanning six continents training together across the Middle East.

The exercise is organized and led by U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, which leads U.S. Navy and afloat Marine Corps forces across the more than 2.5 million square miles of ocean in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility.

"These participating nations are united by a common thread -- the need to protect the free flow of commerce from a range of maritime threats including piracy, terrorism and mines," said Vice Adm. Kevin Donegan, commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command. "This region provides a strong training opportunity for nations worldwide as three of the six major maritime chokepoints in the world are here: the Suez Canal, the Strait of Bab Al Mandeb and the Strait of Hormuz.

Nearly 20 percent of the world's oil transits through the Strait of Hormuz every day. Imagine the impact on the global economy if suddenly that oil stops flowing because of restricted sea lanes. This region is clearly important to the whole world."

Through the course of this exercise, participants will train to execute a wide spectrum of defensive operations designed to protect international commerce and trade consisting of mine countermeasures, maritime security operations, and maritime infrastructure protection.

"This exercise is also a great opportunity for us to build proficiency and test the latest technology available for ensuring the global maritime commons stay open and secure," said Donegan. "It also allows us to work with our partners to reinforce adherence to the international rules and accepted behavioral norms expected of professional mariners. If all nations followed these established practices the result would be a safe and stable maritime global commons with commerce flowing freely for the benefit of the global economy."

IMCMEX is focused on maritime security from the port of origin to the port of arrival and will include scenarios that range from mine countermeasures, infrastructure protection and maritime security operations in support of civilian shipping.

IMCMEX begins with a symposium in Bahrain on Maritime Infrastructure Protection bringing together governments, militaries and industry to discuss how to best provide the necessary foundation of security that supports unrestricted access to the vital maritime infrastructure that is critical to regional and global economies.

IMCMEX will also demonstrate new technologies, such as unmanned underwater vehicles and exercise the sealift capabilities of expeditionary fast transport ship USNS Choctaw County and afloat forward staging base USS Ponce, equipped with the U.S. Navy's only operational laser weapon system. Exercise operations will include mine countermeasures, diving operations, small-boat exercises, maritime security operations coordinated with industrial and commercial shipping, unmanned underwater vehicle operations, and port clearance operations.

"IMCMEX demonstrates the capability and co-operation of the international community and is not about any one nation or group," said Commodore William Warrender, Royal Navy, Combined Maritime Forces deputy commander and leader of the exercise. "Our aim in IMCMEX 16 is to conduct exercises with our partner nations that allow us to continue to develop our interoperability and capability to ensure that we are ready to meet potential challenges now and in the future."

The exercise runs through April 26.

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


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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Avr - 02:28 (2016)    Sujet du message: CYBER INNOVATION CHALLENGE IN SILICON VALLEY Répondre en citant

CYBER SOLDIERS

CYBER INNOVATION CHALLENGE IN SILICON VALLEY


April 1, 2016
By Claire Heininger, U.S. Army


Soldiers with the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade conduct cyberspace operations during a training rotation for the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif., Jan. 24.

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (April 1, 2016) -- Before his recent trip to Silicon Valley, Defense Secretary Ash Carter challenged the Pentagon to "innovate and think outside our five-sided box."

The Army did just that this week, venturing into the heart of the tech industry to engage vendors on the leading edge of cyber capabilities.

"This event is definitely about how we work together to solve problems," said Ronald W. Pontius, deputy to the commanding general for U.S. Army Cyber Command. "The Army is continuing to build a world-class cyber mission force that adapts faster than our adversaries, and the Cyber Innovation Challenge keeps us in conversation with the tech industry to work at the pace needed to combat this threat."

Pontius spoke, March 31, at industry day highlighting the third installment of the Army's Cyber Innovation Challenge, a process that allows the Army to rapidly purchase and evaluate prototype technologies from small and non-traditional businesses through a flexible acquisition model. Building on the success of the first challenge, the event attracted approximately 100 industry representatives from more than 60 companies and took place at the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx), the Pentagon's incubator and liaison to commercial and academic innovators on the West Coast.

With a 90-day timeline from announcing a requirement to buying prototype equipment, the Cyber Innovation Challenge works much faster than typical military procurement processes in order to deliver needed technologies to the field quickly and get operational feedback from cyber Soldiers.

"Cyberspace moves too fast for the Army to start from scratch and develop our own kit when the solutions are already out there in industry," said Douglas K. Wiltsie, executive director of the System of Systems Engineering and Integration Directorate, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology). "By tapping into commercial innovation and putting prototypes in the hands of Soldiers early in the process, the Army also gets smarter on our enduring acquisition strategies for cyber equipment."

At the industry day, Wiltsie and other leaders outlined the focus of the third Innovation Challenge, which seeks software solutions to manage the Army's growing infrastructure for defensive cyberspace operations. As the Army increasingly fields both pre-positioned and deployable hardware suites, known as micro-clouds, for Soldiers engaged in defensive cyber missions, it needs technology to manage these resources across different environments and operating systems.

"Looking forward, we are looking to manage potentially thousands of micro-clouds, at scale and within the Army's hierarchical structure," said Ian MacLeod, a technical advisor at Army Cyber Command, who described the challenge to the vendors. "[We're looking at] how do we integrate this technology and environment with the operational side to fully leverage the intellectual skills of our cyber mission forces."

After the industry day, the Army plans to release a formal requirements synopsis in April. That will be followed by technical exchange and/or demonstrations to evaluate selected technologies, leading to potential contract awards for prototype capabilities.

To execute each challenge, the Army works through a consortium, a voluntary organization with members from industry, academia and government. This approach allows the Army to solicit, evaluate and purchase limited quantity prototypes of equipment from a wide range of non-traditional sources, including small and micro companies who may lack the resources to engage in the traditional government contracting process.

The Army launched its first Cyber Innovation Challenge in 2015, which led to agreements with two vendors to provide deployable infrastructure kits to support Army cyber protection teams. The purchased prototypes are expected to be delivered in April, about 10 months after the challenge began. A second challenge aimed at cyberspace analytics capabilities is also underway, with potential awards expected this summer.

The Army's ultimate goal is to hold three to four challenges per year, to investigate priority requirements and fuel the early experimentation that leads to more informed procurement.

"This model allows us to reach innovators who rarely or never work with the military," Wiltsie said. "Building those relationships will only benefit cyber Soldiers, who ultimately keep all of us more secure."


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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Avr - 02:46 (2016)    Sujet du message: SENEGAL, RENFORCEMENT DES FORCES MILITAIRES Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Avr - 18:43 (2016)    Sujet du message: RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE CREATING 3-D SOLDIER AVATARS Répondre en citant

RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE CREATING 3-D SOLDIER AVATARS

April 4, 2016
By Ms. Kelly Field (USARIEM)



Since 2010 researchers at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine have taken on the mission to develop a computer program to create the full-body, complete-anatomy avatar of individual warfighters. Their goal is to create a 3-D fullanatomy avatar for any Soldier regardless of gender, shape or size.

NATICK, Mass. (April 4, 2016) -- Since 2010 researchers at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine have taken on the mission to develop a computer program to create the full-body, complete-anatomy avatar of individual warfighters. Their goal is to create a 3-D full-anatomy avatar for any Soldier regardless of gender, shape or size.

Dr. Gary Zientara, a mathematical modeler, and Dr. Reed Hoyt, chief of the Biophysics and Biomedical Modeling division at USARIEM, designed this project to morph human internal anatomy to fit into a 3-D body scan of Soldiers. When Zientara and Hoyt looked at the range of research and activities occurring at Natick Soldier Systems Center, it was apparent to them that avatars could make an impact on the design of military gear, protective equipment and vehicles, and other applications across military medicine.

"This strategy has the possibility to create a large library of avatars, indeed, an online avatar 'Army' available for research use, and, as importantly, can provide individualized avatars representing uniquely specialized members of special units," Zientara said. "Creating avatar models with this software enables individualized physiological modeling where an individual Soldier's avatar can be clothed and moved through different postures and positions in order to be able to test angles of vulnerability and eventually even exercise and test physiological responses in any climatic environment."

In 2015, as part of their first-generation avatar effort, Zientara and Hoyt formed a partnership with Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center's Anthropometry Team, which provided 500 3-D body scans to USARIEM researchers. Currently, 250 male avatars have been successfully created as a means of testing, demonstrating and constantly improving the USARIEM computer program.

According to Zientara, the one key initial ingredient in the creation of the USARIEM avatars is the 3-D body surface scanning technology provided by NSRDEC. This technology can acquire a representation of the Soldier's external surface.

"Human-like computer graphics figures shown in Hollywood movies or in online games are hollow, lacking internal anatomy," Zientara said. "These movie or game avatars do not differ much from the body scan input used in our computation of full-anatomy avatars. Hollywood graphics figures or gaming avatars are simplified, compared to the full-anatomy USARIEM avatars, and are usually decorated to model superficial physical characteristics and clothing textiles. The simplicity of the Hollywood representation makes those cartoon avatars much easier to animate than the USARIEM avatars."

Dr. Zientara explained that the software USARIEM uses analyzes the structure of the Soldier's 3-D body scan to identify external appendages, surface anatomical landmarks, and a simple skeleton that the computer uses to understand body positioning. The software can then bend and size the standard anatomy figure into the posture representing the Soldier's body scan, and finally expand or contract individual body components to best fit the Soldier's scan.

"We consider our avatar products as 'first generation' due to the approximations made, but highly useful, nonetheless," said Zientara. "The project takes advantage of computer technology now available on off-the-shelf, moderately priced commercial workstations. A great feature is that the computation is a black-box operation, that is, it does not require any expert input. Easy scanning and easy computing make our avatars a widely deployable tool for the Army."

This technology could lessen the costs of physical testing and reduce the man-hours of the subject devoted to actual testing. Since simulation and testing software can be operated as desired, new applications can be tried, high-risk simulations can be easily and safely performed, and results can be compiled from as many avatars as one has available.

"These future applications, coupling avatars with other technologies, present the most sophisticated case of simulation tools to the 21st century Army," Zientara said. "Advanced training tools developed from this technology and coupled with USARIEM avatars can significantly increase Soldiers' knowledge and experience, concretely benefiting effectiveness, efficiency and safety."


http://www.army.mil/article/165340/Research_Institute_of_Environmental_Medicine_creating_3_D_Soldier_Avatars/


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A CLOSER LOOK - 16th SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE

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MessagePosté le: Ven 8 Avr - 02:04 (2016)    Sujet du message: ISRAEL, US HOLD JOINT WORKSHOP TO PREPARE FOR WMD ATTACK Répondre en citant

ISRAEL, US HOLD JOINT WORKSHOP TO PREPARE FOR WMD ATTACK

Israeli and American officials conduct joint training program to deal with growing nuclear, chemical, biological weapons threats.

By Arutz Sheva Staff
First Publish: 4/7/2016, 1:22 PM


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Just days after Washington hosted a summit of world leaders to confront the threat of nuclear terrorism, Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted American officials for a two-day joint workshop on the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

The joint training program took place in Haifa this Tuesday and Wednesday, and brought together officials from multiple ministries and agencies in both the United States and Israel.

Made in conjunction with the US State Department, the workshop was part of the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI), an international effort to prevent the spread and use of weapons of mass destruction and delivery vehicles including ballistic missiles.

As part of the workshop, US and Israeli officials participated in simulated, scenario-based interdiction table top exercises (TTX), with instruction given on courses of action for inspecting, identifying, and safely removing WMD.

The bilateral Israel-US training exercise focused on threats from ballistic missiles, the use of WMDs by terror organizations, and nuclear weapons.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 8 Avr - 05:35 (2016)    Sujet du message: MILITARY CONVOY SPOTTED IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS NEAR THE SPEEDWAY Répondre en citant



MILITARY CONVOY SPOTTED IN KANSAS CITY, KANSAS NEAR THE SPEEDWAY 




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MessagePosté le: Sam 9 Avr - 06:37 (2016)    Sujet du message: NATO TO WORK WITH ISLAMIC COALITION TO COUNTER DAESH Répondre en citant

NATO TO WORK WITH ISLAMIC COALITION TO COUNTER DAESH


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NATO SECRETARY GENERAL JENS STOLTENBERG SAID THAT THE ALLIANCE INTENDS TO COOPERATE WITH THE ISLAMIC COALITION AGAINST THE DAESCH TERROR GROUP.



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Untold Story of Palmyra Battle: How NATO Paved the Way for Daesh Advance

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — NATO intends to cooperate with the Islamic Coalition against the Daesh terror group, the alliance’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in a speech at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC.
 
"If the question is whether we [NATO] are going to work together with the Islamic Coalition to counter ISIL [Daesh or Islamic State], then the answer is — yes," Stoltenberg stated on Wednesday. "I welcome that Islamic Countries are going together to fight ISIL."

Stoltenberg noted that it is important for the Islamic countries to stay at the forefront of the fight against terrorism.

The NATO chief underscored that the alliance has no intention to conduct direct military intervention in Syria within the framework of anti-Daesh campaign.

In December, 34 Muslim nations, including Saudi Arabia, formed a coalition to fight terrorism. The formation of the coalition took place amid criticism that Arab nations could do more to fight Daesh.

The infamous terror group has been outlawed by the United States, Russia and numerous other countries.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 10 Avr - 01:58 (2016)    Sujet du message: AUSTRIAN MILITARY READY TO COOPERATE WITH RUSSIA Répondre en citant

AUSTRIAN MILITARY READY TO COOPERATE WITH RUSSIA

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According to Chief of Defense Staff General of the Austrian Armed Forces, only by joint efforts countries can settle the global problems


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MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. The Austrian armed forces are ready to cooperate with Russia, despite the warnings of other world powers, Chief of Defense Staff General of the Austrian Armed Forces Othmar Commenda said at a meeting with Chief of the Russian General Staff and First Deputy Defense Minister General Valery Gerasimov.

Commenda thanked the Russian General Staff Chief for an invitation to the Russian Defense Ministry.

"Austria and Russia have a long history of mutual relations and, unfortunately, due to the developments in Europe in recent years we have had no possibility to invite Herr General [Gerasimov] to Austria. We are sorry for that. I hope very much that the situation will be improved with our help and your visit will take place in the following years," Commenda told Gerasimov.

He said that one of the reasons for his visit to Moscow was the unwillingness to follow the diktat of a number of countries.

"I'm not going to follow the directions and obey someone’s orders with whom I should communicate and with whom I shouldn’t. For this reason I wanted to visit you," the Austrian Chief of Defense Staff said.

According to him, only by joint efforts countries can settle the global problems. "Russia is much closer to Austria than the other great powers of our world. Thus we are ready within the scope of our possibilities to work together wherever it is reasonable," Commenda said.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 10 Avr - 02:02 (2016)    Sujet du message: RUSSIA READY TO SHARE EXPERIENCE WITH EU IN COMBATING TERRORISM — STATE DUMA SPEAKER Répondre en citant

RUSSIA READY TO SHARE EXPERIENCE WITH EU IN COMBATING TERRORISM — STATE DUMA SPEAKER

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April 06, 11:59 UTC+3
 
"We are ready to share our experience of countering extremism and terrorism and our experience related to the accommodation of refugees," Sergey Naryshkin says


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US State Secretary Kerry says Europe must tighten transportation security — media

MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. Russia is willing to share experience with the European Union in the fight against terrorism as well as in refugee accommodation, Chairman of Russia’s State Duma (lower house of parliament) Sergey Naryshkin said on Wednesday at a meeting with Austrian President Heinz Fischer.

"Of course, we are anxiously following the developments related to the migrant crisis in the European Union member-countries and in Europe as a whole, "Naryshkin said. "We understand that this massive influx of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa stems from the ill-considered and irresponsible policy, above all, of the US aimed at meddling in the internal affairs of countries in this region and attempts to overthrow the undesirable governments in these countries."

"This, of course, seriously affects European countries as well, I mean the terrorist threat but also the economic problems relating to refugee accommodation in the EU member-countries," he noted.

"For our part, we are ready to share our experience of countering extremism and terrorism and our experience related to the accommodation of refugees," Naryshkin added.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 10 Avr - 02:19 (2016)    Sujet du message: LES POLICIERS FRANCAIS BIENTÔT TOUS EQUIPES D'UNE CAMERA SUR EUX? Répondre en citant

LES POLICIERS FRANCAIS BIENTÔT TOUS EQUIPES D'UNE CAMERA SUR EUX?



Bernard Cazeneuve a annoncé vendredi vouloir que toutes les patrouilles de police françaises soient à terme équipées de caméras sur leurs uniformes pour filmer les interventions.  

Le ministre de l'Intérieur, Bernard Cazeneuve, a annoncé vendredi vouloir équiper toutes les patrouilles de police de "caméras-piétons" filmant en direct les interventions des policiers. En visite dans un nouveau commissariat de police aux Mureaux, dans les Yvelines, le ministre a en effet précisé qu'"à terme", toutes les patrouilles en seraient équipées, ajoutant que "c'est une garantie pour les citoyens mais aussi pour les policiers". 

C'est "un outil qui a beaucoup de vertus, parce qu'il apaise la relation entre la police et la population, et parce qu'il permet d'établir quel a été le comportement des uns et des autres. C'est donc aussi un outil déontologique. Par ailleurs, on a besoin d'avoir des images pour poursuivre ceux qui doivent l'être en raison des infractions pénales dont ils sont les auteurs", a-t-il expliqué, cité par France Info.

Déjà 1900 caméras en service
 

Déjà lancées à titre expérimental depuis 2012 dans des zones de sécurité prioritaires, ces petites caméras que les policiers accrochent à leur uniforme équipent jusqu'à présent 1900 agents sur le territoire.  

"Ces caméras, une par patrouille, filment en direct les interventions de police notamment en situation de crise ou lors de situations difficiles dans des quartiers réputés sensibles par exemple", rappelle Le Parisien. Elles peuvent ainsi éviter certains débordements.
 

En vidéo sur le même thème : A Mandelieu, des caméras parlantes traquent les incivilités

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ALERT! MILITARY "SPY TOWERS" BEING QUIETLY MOVED BY CONTRACTORS IN ARIZONA



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MessagePosté le: Mar 12 Avr - 02:54 (2016)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : ETAT D'URGENCE. LA RESERVE MILITAIRE REFUSE DES CANDIDATS REPONDANT AUX CRITERES Répondre en citant

FRANCE : ETAT D'URGENCE. LA RESERVE MILITAIRE REFUSE DES CANDIDATS REPONDANT AUX CRITERES

Cet appel a peut-être pour but d'accepter seulement les migrants, et les groupes neo-nazi, comme aux Etats-Unis, qui sait? Nous voyons bien que les nations sont toutes en train de s'unir avec les nations arabes pour combattre le terrorisme international et que de plus en plus de criminels sont engagés dans les forces policières et militaires. A suivre de près... 


il y a 5 jours





06/04/2016 – 05h00 Vannes (Breizh-info.com) – Le Monde du 10 mars dernier titrait : « vaste campagne de recrutement de réservistes dans l’armée ». Depuis les attentats de novembre et les attaques islamistes, la réserve militaire opérationnelle, qui permet à des civils de servir dans l’armée à plusieurs périodes de l’année, est particulièrement mise en avant, et nombreux sont les politiciens qui souhaitent optimiser son utilisation.

« Plus que jamais, nous avons besoin des réservistes pour faire face à la menace terroriste inédite», avait déclaré Jean-Yves Le Drian, qui annonçait « 40 000 réservistes opérationnels étaient attendus pour la fin de l’année 2018, avec une capacité de déploiement de 1 000 réservistes par jour, ainsi que la création d’unités de réserve supplémentaires au sein de chaque arme et la mise en place d’une réserve de cyberdéfense, en avril, cette année.».

Le premier ministre Manuel Valls ayant déclaré en novembre que « la France est en guerre », l’un de nos journalistes a voulu lui aussi contribuer à l’effort de guerre régional, en postulant auprès de la réserve militaire opérationnelle (et servir 30 jours par an environ), tout en indiquant sa qualité de journaliste sur son CV. Et le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est qu’il s’agit d’un véritable parcours du combattant, digne du Domaine des Dieux dans Astérix, pour pouvoir franchir la première étape : obtenir un contact physique dans un régiment.

Le site – bien fait et attrayant – de recrutement de la Réserve Opérationnelle indique qu’au préalable, celui qui souhaite devenir sous-officier de réserve doit « constituer son dossier auprès du CIRFA le plus proche ». Après un contact téléphonique établi avec le CIRFA de Saint-Brieuc, un rendez-vous est fixé, deux semaines plus tard. Arrivé au rendez-vous, surprise, le soldat à l’accueil eu manifestement des difficultés à retrouver trace du rendez-vous, avant d’y parvenir enfin. Tout cela pour appeler son supérieur qui déclara, pressé : « la Réserve ne recrute pas dans les Côtes d’Armor », transmettant une feuille avec quelques adresses de régiment en Ille et Vilaine ainsi que dans le Morbihan.

Nous étions alors début Décembre , en début de l’état d’urgence, et à la rédaction, nous eûmes la naiveté de penser que l’armée avait pourtant besoin de bras …
Il fut par la suite difficile d’avoir un interlocuteur entre les régiments de Rennes et ceux de Vannes, nombre d’appels téléphoniques se révélèrent infructueux (pas de réponse, puis « appelez tel ou tel numéro » etc) jusqu’à parvenir enfin, via le CIRFA de Vannes, très professionnel et compétent, à avoir les coordonnées de la réserve opérationnelle du 3e régiment d’infanterie de marine de Vannes.

Mi-décembre, répondant aux critères fixés par le Ministère de la Défense pour devenir sous officier de réserve de l’Armée de terre  ( – avoir la nationalité française, avoir plus de 17 ans, être médicalement apte, être en bonne condition physique et mentale, avoir effectué sa journée Défense et citoyenneté (JDC), jouir de ses droits civiques ) , on demande à notre journaliste de faire parvenir un CV ainsi qu’une lettre de motivation afin d’intégrer la réserve du 3ème RIMA de Vannes. Aussitôt dit, aussitôt fait ; nous sommes exactement le 15 décembre 2015 et la prochaine préparation militaire (15 jours de formation initiale) est prévue durant les vacances de Pâques, nous informe-t-on alors, ce qui laisse quelques mois pour faire l’entretien, les tests médicaux, et pour se préparer physiquement.

Pourtant, malgré des relances en janvier, en février, puis en mars, aucune réponse à la candidature. Un interlocuteur administratif nous expliquera ce retard par de nombreux dossiers à traiter et une administration militaire débordée. Inquiétant pour un pays « en guerre » selon son premier ministre.

Début avril, enfin, une réponse, émanant d’un officier en charge du recrutement dans la réserve. Et celle-ci nous interpelle : « J’ai bien reçu votre candidature à servir la réserve opérationnelle du 3e régiment d’infanterie de marine de Vannes, et vous sais gré pour l’intérêt que vous portez à nos forces armées. J’ai toutefois le regret de vous informer qu’après une étude attentive de votre dossier, je ne peux retenir votre candidature car votre profil ne répond pas aux critères exigés. Avec mes meilleures salutations, ».

Ainsi donc, après avoir fait patienter plus de trois mois un candidat à la réserve opérationnelle militaire, un officier de l’armée renvoie un email de trois lignes, pour refuser une candidature qui pourtant, correspondait en tous points aux critères exigés pour intégrer l’armée. Malgré nos demandes d’explications, nous n’avons reçu, à ce jour, aucune réponse sur ce refus.

Le statut de journaliste serait-il incompatible avec celui de réserviste ? Ou bien alors le recrutement de la réserve opérationnelle était-il un simple effet d’annonce de Jean-Yves Le Drian afin de rassurer les Français ? Il est vrai qu’à voir le peu de contrôles opérés dans les grandes gares (nous avons là aussi testé, sur plusieurs allers-retours, les gares parisiennes de Montparnasse et de Lyon, l’aéroport de Roissy, sans constater ni d’état de guerre, ni de sécurité renforcée), toute cette mise en scène et cette communication paraissent de moins en moins crédibles …

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MASON PARTICIPATES IN MULTISHIP LIVE-FIRE EXERCISES

Story Number: NNS160411-20Release Date: 4/11/2016 2:28:00 PM 

By Seaman Janweb B. Lagazo, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Public Affairs


160405-N-CL027-021 ATLANTIC OCEAN (April 5, 2016) The guided-missile destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87) fires a MK 45 5-inch gun during a Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) Exercise. Mason is underway conducting a Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) with the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group in preparation for a future deployment (U.S. Navy photo by Seaman Janweb B. Lagazo/Released)

ATLANTIC OCEAN (NNS) -- Guided-missile destroyer USS Mason, assigned to Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group, participated in a multiship warning shot/disabling fire exercise during a composite training unit exercise in the Atlantic Ocean, April 4.

The training scenario allowed Mason to hone its ability to engage a non-compliant vessel with a variety of weapons in order to increase its effectiveness during maritime interdiction operations.

"The warning and disabling exercise simulates a scenario where Mason is faced with a potential MIO (maritime interdiction operation) vessel that refuses to slow and allow a boarding," said Cmdr. Christopher J. Gilbertson, Mason's commanding officer.

Gilbertson explained, if the threat is validated and the fleet commander authorizes it, the ship will use warning shots or if deemed necessary disabling fire to force a vessel to accept Mason's boarding team alongside.

"The purpose of WD-EX is to increase our overall weapons familiarity and increase our proficiency to react during these situations," said Ensign Kenneth Williams-Spittner, anti-terrorism tactical watch officer during the exercise.

The target was an unmanned vessel towed with a 5,000 foot cable by a training support vehicle, Hugo. Hugo, a government-owned and civilian-crewed ship, is able to perform a variety of military training functions to include electronic warfare services, operational security monitoring, cryptologic training, threat simulation, maritime interdiction operations training support and mine laying and retrieval operations.

"This was my first time granting release authority," said Williams-Spittner. "We definitely performed well and maintained a safe environment for the evolution."

Mason engaged the unmanned vessel with 10 blind, loaded and plugged rounds fired from the MK 45 5-inch gun, 100 rounds from a M2HB .50-caliber machine gun, 100 rounds from an M240B machine gun, 100 rounds from a 25mm M242 Bushmaster chain gun, and 200 rounds from close-in-weapons system.

"It was a great demonstration of American firepower and superior gunnery skills," said Lt. j.g. Alex Bracco, officer of the deck during the exercise.

All rounds were deployed to the stern of the towed target. Half of the rounds served as warning shots while the remaining rounds were aimed to hit the target.

Bracco praised his bridge team for their flexibility and effort.

Ensign Derek Fox, the conning officer during the evolution, explained their success was due to a thorough pre-watch tour and a detailed brief.

"I knew the criteria for green range and gave the orders to maneuver accordingly," Fox said.

Mason, along with guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey and guided-missile destroyers USS Stout and USS Roosevelt participated in WD-EX.

"The exercise is intended to hone Mason's skills and practice key elements of counter-piracy operations. You never know what kind of actions you will need to take when deployed, and we train for the worst so we are prepared for almost every eventuality," said Gilbertson.

Along with Mason, Ike CSG includes the Carrier Strike Group 10 staff, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 3, aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), 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) and USS Nitze (DDG 94).

Join the conversation with Mason on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MASONDDG87/

Find more information about Mason at www.navy.mil/local/ddg87

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


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A NEW VIRGINIA BILL WOULD KEEP ALL POLICE NAMES SECRET - Newsy



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=De1-i-WPGqE

Should the names of police officers always be kept a secret? The Virginia Senate says yes.

Senate Bill 552 would keep the names of law enforcement officers and fire marshals secret, even during the event of an officer-involved shooting. To get around the state's disclosure law, those names would be classified as "personnel records," which would make them exempt. The bill passed with a 25-15 vote.

Sen. John Cosgrove, the sponsor of the bill, says it's just to protect officers from becoming targets. He said: "The culture is not one of respect for law enforcement anymore. It's really, 'How, how can we get these guys? What can we do?' . . . Police officers are much more in jeopardy. There’s no nefarious intent behind the bill."

The bill is apparently a response to a court ruling that forced the state to release the names of current and former law enforcement officers for a newspaper story. But opponents call it "an extreme reaction" to a scenario that doesn't happen often.

Backlash to the bill has been pretty swift. Virginia's American Civil Liberties Union said police being attacked by people using public records is rare, adding: "To say every officer’s name ought to be confidential is just a step too far in government secrecy. We are dangerously close to a police state in some respects."
A bill like the one in Virginia doesn't pop up often, but it's definitely not the only state trying to shield officer identities.

A proposal in Oregon would allow police to keep a name secret for about three months if a judge rules there's an actual and credible threat to the officer. The move comes in response to an officer who claims he received death threats after shooting and killing a member of the Oregon militia.

A bill that passed the House in Pennsylvania would go a bit further and would keep the name of any officer involved in a use-of-force investigation a secret unless that officer is actually charged with the crime.

All of these bills come at a time when protests of police brutality and officer-involved shootings are prompting more police transparency rather than less.
The Virginia bill is now in the hands of the House.

This video includes images from Getty Images and Anderskev / CC BY 3.0 and clips from C-SPAN and Virginia General Assembly.

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US NAVY SHIP ENCOUNTERS AGGRESIVE RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT IN BALTIC SEA

Story Number: NNS160413-20Release Date: 4/13/2016 3:48:00 PM 

By Headquarters, United States European Command


160412-N-ZZ999-007 BALTIC SEA (April 12, 2016) A Russian Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft makes a low altitude pass by USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) April 12, 2016. Donald Cook, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer forward deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting a routine patrol in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

STUTTGART, Germany (NNS) -- A United States Navy destroyer operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea experienced several close interactions by Russian aircraft April 11 and 12.

USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) encountered multiple, aggressive flight maneuvers by Russian aircraft that were performed within close proximity of the ship.

On April 11, Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an allied military helicopter when two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes at approximately 3 p.m. local. One of the passes, which occurred while the allied helicopter was refueling on the deck of Donald Cook, was deemed unsafe by the ship's commanding officer. As a safety precaution, flight operations were suspended until the SU-24s departed the area.

On April 12, while Donald Cook was operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea, a Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter conducted circles at low altitude around the ship, seven in total, at approximately 5 p.m. local. The helicopter passes were also deemed unsafe and unprofessional by the ship's commanding officer. About 40 minutes following the interaction with the Russian helicopter, two Russian SU-24 jets made numerous close-range and low altitude passes, 11 in total. The Russian aircraft flew in a simulated attack profile and failed to respond to repeated safety advisories in both English and Russian. USS Donald Cook's commanding officer deemed several of these maneuvers as unsafe and unprofessional.

Quotes:

"April 11-12, USS Donald Cook was operating in a professional manner in international waters conducting operations and exercises with our allies in the Baltic Sea."

"In my judgement these maneuvers in close proximity to Donald Cook are unprofessional and unsafe."

-Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, Adm. Mark Ferguson

Quick Facts:

We have deep concerns about the unsafe and unprofessional Russian flight maneuvers. These actions have the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries and could result in a miscalculation or accident that could cause serious injury or death.

U.S. officials are using existing diplomatic channels to address the interactions while the incidents are also being reviewed through U.S. Navy channels.

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



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100k+ FORMER SOLDIERS NOT CONSIDERED VETERANS BY VA, DENIED BENEFITS 



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A number of former active duty men and women who are being denied veterans benefits based on discharge paper claims against them, according to a new report that reveals they are being denied the most basic terms of care more so than any era in US history. RT America's Manila Chan reports.


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Deux avions militaires russes Su-24 ont effectué mardi des survols du destroyer USS Donald Cook dans les eaux internationales de la mer Baltique, a annoncé mercredi l'armée américaine.

Selon la vidéo publiée par le Pentagone mercredi, les deux avions ont survolé le Donald Cook à courte distance:



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkkCZwiENh8


© AFP 2016 PETRUT CALINESCU
Officier américain: "On ne tue pas des gens parce qu'ils nous agacent"

Suite à cela, le Commandement des forces américaines en Europe (EUCOM) a publié une déclaration exprimant sa "profonde préoccupation" au sujet
des "manœuvres aériennes russes dangereuses et non professionnelles".
 
Ces manœuvres de l'avation russe ont commencé le 11 avril dans les eaux internationales de la mer Baltique après que le destroyer américain a quitté
le port polonais de Gdynia et se trouvait à environ 70 miles nautiques (près de 130 kilomètres) de Kaliningrad, le territoire le plus occidental de la Russie.




VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5deRj1umjM0

"L'avion russe a simulé une attaque et ne répondait pas aux mises en garde en russe et en anglais", a déclaré l'EUCOM.

Selon l'EUCOM, deux Su-24 russes ont survolé lundi à 20 reprises le destroyer Donald Cook à une altitude d'environ 30 mètres et à moins
de 900 mètres de distance. Mardi, un hélicoptère Ka-27 et deux avions Su-24 ont survolé le navire américain.

"Cet incident est en contradiction avec les normes professionnelles qui s'appliquent à des militaires opérant à proximité les uns des autres
dans les eaux internationales et dans l'espace aérien international", a réagi Josh Earnest, porte-parole de la Maison Blanche.

Ces incidents surviennent alors que les relations entre Moscou et l'Occident se sont dégradées sur fond d'événements en Ukraine et en Syrie.

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TOUJOURS PLUS D'ARMES : LE PLAN US POUR ASSURER LA PAIX EN SYRIE

Fausse paix car les deux côtés sont contrôles par les mêmes personnes.

Publié par wikistrike.com sur 14 Avril 2016, 06:18am

Catégories : #Politique internationale



Le plan B américain en Syrie, prévoyant de fournir des armements aux forces de l'opposition, fait beaucoup jaser à peine paru sur les pages du Wall Street Journal. Visiblement, Washington a du mal à comprendre le terme de "paix", s'accordent les commentateurs dans n entretien à Sputnik.


La CIA et ses partenaires régionaux ont établi un plan d'action applicable en cas d'échec de la trêve en Syrie. Ce "plan B" prévoit la fourniture de systèmes d'armement capables de détruire les avions et les positions d'artillerie du régime syrien.
Entre-temps, la CIA a prétendument garanti à ses alliés que les armes ne seraient livrées qu'en cas de rupture de la trêve et du règlement politique (le plan A) et de reprise des hostilités.
A la demande de Sputnik, le porte-parole de la CIA a refusé de commenter ce sujet.Mais pourquoi cette initiative émerge-t-elle maintenant, lorsque la trêve est déjà en vigueur depuis longtemps? François Asselineau, président de l'Union populaire républicaine (UPR), aide Sputnik à trouver la réponse.
"Il faudrait que ce plan qui avait été conclu entre M. Kerry et M. Lavrov soit appliqué de bonne foi", estime M. Asselineau. "Mais s'il est appliqué de mauvaise foi par l'une des parties qui menace en permanence de changer de registre ou qui continue d'ailleurs, parce qu'en fait les livraisons d'armements n'ont jamais cessé, les livraisons d'armements et de financements venant notamment des pays proches des Etats-Unis dans la région n'ont jamais cessé. Pour assurer la paix…".

Normalement, ce que devraient faire les différentes parties prenantes, c'est de retirer leurs troupes, retirer leurs soldats, retirer leurs conseillers, couper les sources de financement et d'approvisionnement en armes, c'est-à-dire en fait, respecter la Charte des Nations unies, poursuit-il.
"Je rappelle que, suivant la Charte des Nations Unies, un Etat n'a pas le droit d'intervenir militairement dans un autre Etat même pour soutenir une rébellion, ça s'appelle du terrorisme".
Ainsi, le problème de fond auquel on est confronté, c'est que la Charte des Nations Unies n'est plus appliquée de bonne foi ou même appliquée en général.

En cela, mettre en préalable le départ de Bachar el-Assad n'était pas une démarche sage, maintient M. Asselineau.

"Je trouve ça assez extraordinaire qu'on discute du sort d'un dirigeant d'un pays qui n'est peut-être pas un régime extrêmement démocratique mais il y a beaucoup d'autres régimes dans la région à commencer par celui de l'Arabie saoudite, à continuer par celui du Qatar qui sont beaucoup moins démocratiques que celui de Bachar el-Assad", explique-t-il. "Donc moi je trouve que mettre en préalable le départ de Bachar el-Assad, je pense que ce n'est pas une bonne chose".

Selon Jean Lassalle, vice-président du MoDem, candidat à l'élection présidentielle de 2017, les Américains ne comprennent pratiquement jamais la marche du monde, ils ne le ressentent pas. Par ce plan B, ils veulent de nouveau aider l'opposition à Bachar el-Assad. Mais ce dernier, n'étant certainement pas une lumière de pureté, est quand même en place.En définitive son régime a fait quand même preuve d'une certaine résistance et même d'une résistance certaine. S'il s'agissait d'un régime désavoué par 90% de la population, il n'aurait pas résisté. Ce qui suggère qu'il y a un pourcentage significatif de la population syrienne qui en fait a soutenu le gouvernement légal et tout ce qui, de toute façon, ira vers la normalisation de la situation.

"Les Américains, ils sont jaloux parce que les Russes ont obtenu des résultats", résume M. Lassalle.

Oui, il y a déjà assez de problèmes au Proche-Orient sans encore en rajouter plus. Mais rien n'empêchera ces Américains d'assouvir leur désir de succès… même aux dépens de nouveaux problèmes et victimes.

 Lu ici

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La 13ème conférence annuelle de l'Organisation de la coopération islamique s'est déroulée à Istanbul, rassemblant plus de 50 pays, dont 30 chefs d'Etats, avec l'objectif de lutter contre le jihadisme et d'apaiser la région.

Le président turc a annoncé officiellement la prochaine création d'une nouvelle organisation, une sorte d'Interpol islamique, basée à Istanbul, pour coordonner la lutte antiterroriste, mais il n'a donné aucun détail sur le fonctionnement précis de cette structure.

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PACFLT ENHANCES BILATERAL COOPERATION WITH VIETNAM

Story Number: NNS160415-11Release Date: 4/15/2016 11:38:00 AM 

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tamara Vaughn, U.S. Pacific Fleet Public Affairs

PEARL HARBOR (NNS) -- U.S. Pacific Fleet senior military leaders hosted bilateral staff talks with officials from Vietnam to exchange ideas on a variety of technical and operational topics at PACFLT headquarters, April 12- 14.

The talks, the sixth between the PACFLT staff and their Vietnamese counterparts, focused on strengthening ties between the two nations by agreeing on bilateral and multilateral naval activities that deepen cooperation; exchanging knowledge and developing methodologies ranging from maritime domain awareness, maritime security, and submarine rescue; and learning lessons from past cooperative efforts.

Rear Adm. Patrick A. Piercey, PACFLT's director of maritime operations, met with Rear Adm. Do Minh Thai, deputy chief of staff of the Vietnam People's Navy to discuss planning and joint training concentrated on maximizing future opportunities, including expanding on the scope and complexity of bilateral engagements, and humanitarian and disaster response efforts that will allow countries to rapidly respond in the event of a crisis.

"The bilateral naval talks provided a great opportunity to build and strengthen our existing Navy and Marine Corps relationships with our counterparts from Vietnam," said Piercey. "Our forces are better prepared and more versatile because of our ability to better communicate with our partners and learn from each other and contribute to the norms, rules, standards, and laws that maintain stability in maritime Southeast Asia."

The three-day conference included a tour of the Pacific Aviation Museum and the Battleship Missouri Memorial, demonstrations at Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3, a tour of a P-3C Orion from Patrol Squadron 47, and a visit to the Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific.

For more news from U.S. Pacific Fleet, visit www.cpf.navy.mil/local/cpf/


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CHINA OUTLINES PLAN FOR MILITARY BUILDUP ON DISPUTED ISLAND

Website reveals future warship deployment to Philippines’ Scarborough Shoal




A Chinese coast guard vessel approaches a Filipino fishing boat off Scarborough Shoal / AP

BY: Bill Gertz Follow @BillGertz
April 13, 2016 5:00 am


China’s plan for a new military buildup on a disputed island near the Philippines shows the future deployment of Chinese warships close to where U.S. naval forces will be stationed in the future.

Details of the militarization plan for Scarborough Shoal in the Spratly Islands were obtained by U.S. intelligence agencies over the last several months, according to defense officials.

The plans were confirmed last month when a website for Chinese military enthusiasts posted a detailed dredging plan for Scarborough Shoal, including a runway, power systems, residences, and harbor capable of supporting Chinese navy warships.

The shoal is located about 150 miles from the Philippines’ coast. It is claimed by Manila but has been under Beijing’s control since 2012.

Disclosure of the buildup plan for the shoal is the latest element of a dispute that has pitted the United States and regional states against China.

China is engaged in what U.S. government officials have said is a gradual attempt to take over the entire South China Sea. The Pentagon has said the takeover threatens $5.3 trillion annually in international trade that passes through what are legally international waters but that China asserts are its sovereign territory.

Earlier Chinese militarization was detected last month on Woody Island in the Paracels, located in the northern part of the sea, when Chinese air defense and anti-ship missiles were spotted.

Satellite photographs taken recently of Woody Island reveal deployment of two Chinese J-11 fighters jet, Fox News reported Tuesday.

The plan to develop and militarize Scarborough Shoal, however, has set off alarm bells in both the Pentagon and State Department because of the area’s proximity to the Philippines, a U.S. treaty ally that recently agreed to enhance defense cooperation in the face of Chinese aggression.

Secretary of State John Kerry in February raised the issue of Chinese activities on Scarborough Shoal during a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Washington. According to a source familiar with the meeting, Wang told Kerry that Chinese expansion of Scarborough Shoal would take place.

In public remarks after the meeting Kerry urged China not to take unilateral actions in the sea.

Last month, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson voiced concerns about expanded Chinese activities on Scarborough Shoal. “I think we see some surface ship activity and those sorts of things, survey type of activity, going on,” Richardson told Reuters. “That’s an area of concern … a next possible area of reclamation.”

President Obama also raised China’s aggressive South China Sea activities during a meeting last week with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. A White House spokesman would not say if Scarborough Shoal was discussed. A statement on the meeting said only that Obama urged Xi to address regional differences peacefully and that the United States would uphold freedom of navigation and overflight.

Defense officials said the disclosure of the development plan that appeared on a Chinese military enthusiast website in March are bolstering worries.

China is calling the construction project for Scarborough Shoal its plan for Huangyan—“Yellow Rock”—Island, where a settlement will be set up.

The shoal is located about 168 miles from Subic Bay in the Philippines, where U.S. warships will be regularly deployed in the future as part of the enhanced defense agreement recently concluded between Washington and Manila.

The website included satellite photographs purportedly based on a construction bid proposed by the “Huangyan Island Township,” a municipality created under what China claims is its regional authority on Sansha Island, located near China’s Hainan Island.

A graphic with one photo outlined the development plan, with three Chinese guided-missile frigates at a wharf at the southern opening of the shoal.




Other features include an airport and runway at the northern end, an electrical plan, a water treatment plant, a residential building, a hotel, and a “travel holiday” area.

The post appeared on the website Super Camp Military Forum March 9. Chinese authorities have used such websites to disclose new military developments in the past.

Defense officials said it is not clear whether the post reflects the actual plan of development or an earlier, conceptual stage.

One official, however, said there is specific intelligence indicating China has clear plans to build an island out of the shoal and place military forces on it.

The graphic is labeled “invitation to bid” and is based on a press release published online Dec. 15 by Tianjin Dredging Co., a subsidiary of the China Communications Construction Company.

The press release stated that Tianjin Dredging has commissioned another company, Zhenghua Heavy Industry, to build a dredging vessel. The electric-powered ship will be capable of digging up sand at a depth of up to 115 feet—an indication China plans a harbor deep enough to accommodate larger warships once the shoal is fully developed. The dredging ship will be delivered by July 2017.

Rep. Randy Forbes (R., Va.) said he is concerned about Chinese activities on Scarborough Shoal.

“China’s strategy in the South China Sea is clear, and has been for some time,” Forbes told the Washington Free Beacon. “They intend to use coercion and force to reshape the region in accordance with their preferences, regardless of international law or norms.”

Forbes called for an American declaration that the defense treaty between the United States and the Philippines extends to cover personnel, ships, and aircraft in the area.

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) said China’s plan to build up Scarborough is meant to secure existing gains in the region and pursue new forms of coercion.

“This could include further reclamation and militarization at strategic locations such as Scarborough Shoal, attempts to expel another country from a disputed territory, or the declaration of an Air Defense Identification Zone in all or part of the South China Sea,” McCain said in an op-ed published Tuesday in the Financial Times.

McCain called for fresh policy options, such as adding an aircraft carrier strike group to upcoming exercises in the region. The carrier group would patrol waters near Scarborough Shoal “in a visible display of U.S. combat power.”

Retired Navy Capt. Jim Fanell, a former Pacific Fleet intelligence chief, said he has been closely watching Scarborough Shoal since April 2012, when China took control of the area after a standoff with the Philippines.

Fanell said China appears to be weighing its next move in a larger strategy of “tightening the noose” over the entire South China Sea.

“Heretofore, they’ve been satisfied with reclaiming and building on the seven existing outposts that they’ve had in the Spratly Islands and at Woody Island, but have not moved out to try and take ‘new’ territory within the South China Sea,” Fanell said.

“That surely will change as China’s ‘maritime sovereignty campaign’ is not just the seven existing Spratly Island outposts and Woody, but is in fact the entire content of the Nine-Dash Line,” he added, referring to the vague territorial claim by China that covers most of the sea.

China’s plans to build up Scarborough Shoal also could be a response to an international court ruling anticipated later this month or early next month that is expected to rule in favor of Manila’s claims to the Spratlys.

China may also be moving quickly to build up Scarborough Shoal over concerns the next U.S. president will be tougher on Chinese maritime expansion.

“So, in order to get ahead of this potential confrontation, they will move this year to slice off the next piece of salami—the uninhabited shoals like at Scarborough,” Fanell said.

Scarborough was used by the U.S. Navy as a bombing target in the early 1980s, something that could complicate the Chinese development plan.

However, China has controlled the shoal since June 2012 and maintains coast guard ships nearby at most times.

“It would take literally very little effort for China to come in with the same resources and tools that they used at the seven reclaimed islands in the Spratly Islands, and do the same kind of dredging and work to build an ‘island’” at the shoal, Fanell said.

China also has been eyeing Reed Bank, located just north of the Spratly’s Second Thomas Shoal.

“This is another signal that China intends to complete its ‘Wall of Sand’ to close off the South China Sea to whomever it chooses,” said Rick Fisher, a senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center.

The ships shown in the graphic appear to be Type 054 frigates capable of carrying 32 medium-range surface-to-air missiles and eight anti-ship missiles, Fisher said, noting they are being upgraded for improved anti-submarine operations.

Other warships that could be deployed there include smaller Type 056 corvettes that have two variants, one for maritime patrol and another for anti-submarine warfare, he said.

A military base on Scarborough Shoal would permit China to dominate northern access to the sea and is just over 120 miles west of Subic Bay, where the Navy will soon deploy additional forces to bolster defenses in the region.

Scarborough could be used to deploy combat aircraft, warships, anti-aircraft missiles, and anti-ship missiles.

“From this future base the 400-kilometer range YJ-62 can attack targets in most of the Philippine main island of Luzon,” Fisher said. “China could also deploy longer range anti-ship ballistic missiles to this base.”

State Department spokeswoman Gabrielle Price said international fishing on the disputed shoal has been blocked by Chinese coast guard vessels since 2012.

“We encourage all claimants to clarify their territorial and maritime claims in accordance with international law and to commit to peacefully manage or resolve their disputes including through the use of peaceful dispute settlement mechanisms, such as arbitration,” she said.

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"A missile brigade of the Central Military District has live-fired a cruise missile from the Iskander tactical missile system at the Kapustin Yar practice range in the Astrakhan Region today against a simulated enemy’s command post at a distance of about 200 km," the press office said in a statement obtained by TASS.

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