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MessagePosté le: Mar 30 Aoû - 02:43 (2016)    Sujet du message: URGENT ! USA – L’ORDRE DE MISE EN PLACE DE LA LOI MARTIALE A ETE EMIS LE 5 AOÛT 2016 !? Répondre en citant

USA – L’ORDRE DE MISE EN PLACE DE LA LOI MARTIALE A ETE EMIS LE 5 AOÛT 2016 !?

J'attends confirmation de ce mémo. Dans le vidéo anglais, une personne a appelé le Département de la guerre qui a nié l'existence, de leur part, d'un tel mémo. A suivre de près car la situation, nous le voyons bien, est des plus critiques.

Dans le prochain article intitulée "
OBAMA ISSUES EXECUTIVE ORDER ON TRANSFER OF POWER, PREPARES EMERGENCY EXERCISES" (OBAMA QUESTIONS D'ORDRE EXÉCUTIF SUR LE TRANSFERT DE POUVOIR, PRÉPARE EXERCICES D'URGENCE), transmis le 6 mai 2016 - traduction google. Le président Obama met donc en place tout son conseil de guerre, comme le fit Hitler quand il pris les pleins pouvoirs. Il y a donc une grande probabilité d'un attentat sous faux-drapeau (false flag) de grande ampleur afin que Obama puisse rester en poste afin de faire face à ses attentats. Une déclaration de loi martiale pourrait très bien être décrétée suite à cela. A suivre...

par Laurent Freeman - Août 22, 2016

Selon le document ci-dessous, l’ordre de mise en place de la Loi Martiale a été émis le 5 Août 2016 et Fort Carson débutera l’entraînement et les préparations le 5 Septembre 2016 a 9h00 (point 1).



point b :

La préparation sera conduite à « range 165 » près du camps d’entraînement de Red Devil (Diable rouge), à la porte 12. Les soldats, à cet évènement, conduiront la préparation pour un hôpital de campagne, FOB (??), contrôle des émeutes, etc…

point c :

L’entraînement durera six semaines avant une rotation des soldats dans le camps toutes les 3 semaines après les six semaines.

point 2 :

Le point de contact pour ce memorandum est G3-426-1299



J’attends d’autres confirmations pour savoir si ce document est légitime ou pas.

S’il ne l’est pas, cela ne change pas que de toute façon, au vu de la crise politique et économique actuelle, la fin de l’année va connaître de profonds bouleversements, notamment en France.

Par contre si ce document est légitime et confirmé….

Cela veut dire que ça y est, c’est parti !

La fin du jeu va commencer. Il est fort a parier que les évènements qui vont se passer seront coordonnées aussi avec d’autre en Europe (certainement en France).

La Cabale tente le tout pour le tout.

Et la victoire est proche.

Namasté
Laurent

http://stopmensonges.com/usa-lordre-de-mise-en-place-de-la-loi-martiale-ete…


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The White House
Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
May 06, 2016

Executive Order -- Facilitation of a Presidential Transition

EXECUTIVE ORDER

- - - - - - -

FACILITATION OF A PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 7301 of title 5, United States Code, and the Presidential Transition Act of 1963, as amended, and to assist the Presidential transition, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Policy. The peaceful transition of power has long been a hallmark of American democracy. It is the policy of the United States to undertake all reasonable efforts to ensure that Presidential transitions are well-coordinated and effective, without regard to party affiliation.

Sec. 2. Establishment of the White House Transition Coordinating Council. (a) To facilitate the Presidential transition, including assisting and supporting the transition efforts of the transition teams of eligible candidates, there is established a White House Transition Coordinating Council.

(b) The White House Transition Coordinating Council shall be composed of the following officials or their designees:

(i) Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff, who shall serve as Chair;

(ii) Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, who shall serve as Vice Chair;

(iii) Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Implementation;

(iv) Counsel to the President;

(v) Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel;

(vi) Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs;

(vii) Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism;

(viii) Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director, National Economic Council;

(ix) Director of National Intelligence;

(x) Director of the Office of Management and Budget;

(xi) Administrator of General Services;

(xii) Federal Transition Coordinator;

(xiii) the transition representative for each eligible candidate, who shall serve in an advisory capacity;  and

(xiv) any other executive branch official the President determines appropriate.

(c) The White House Transition Coordinating Council shall:

(i) provide guidance to executive departments and agencies (agencies) and the Federal Transition Coordinator regarding preparations for the Presidential transition, including succession planning and preparation of briefing materials;

(ii) facilitate communication and information sharing between the transition representatives of eligible candidates and senior employees in agencies and the Executive Office of the President, including the provision of information relevant to facilitating the personnel aspects of a Presidential transition and such other information that, in the Council's judgment, is useful and appropriate, as long as providing such information is not otherwise prohibited by law; and

(iii) prepare and host interagency emergency preparedness and response exercises.

(d) In order to obtain a wide range of facts and information on prior transitions and best practices, the White House Transition Coordinating Council, its members, or their designees may seek information from private individuals, including individuals in outside organizations, who have significant experience or expertise in Presidential transitions. The White House Transition Coordinating Council, its members, or their designees shall endeavor to obtain such facts and information from individuals representing a range of bipartisan or nonpartisan viewpoints. If the White House Transition Coordinating Council, its members, or their designees find it necessary to seek advice from private individuals or outside organizations, such counsel should be sought in a manner that seeks individual advice and does not involve collective judgment or deliberation.

Sec. 3. Establishment of the Agency Transition Directors Council. (a) To implement the guidance provided by the White House Transition Coordinating Council and to coordinate transition activities across agencies, there is established an Agency Transition Directors Council.

(b) The Agency Transition Directors Council shall be composed of the following officials or their designees:

(i) Federal Transition Coordinator, who shall serve as Co-Chair;

(ii) Deputy Director for Management of the Office of Management and Budget, who shall serve as Co-Chair;

(iii) a senior career representative from each agency described in section 901(b)(1) of title 31, United States Code, the Office of Personnel Management, the Office of Government Ethics, and the National Archives and Records Administration whose responsibilities include leading Presidential transition efforts within the agency;

(iv) during a year in which a Presidential election will be held, a transition representative for each eligible candidate, who shall serve in an advisory capacity;

(v) a senior career representative from any other agency determined by the Co-Chairs to be an agency that has significant responsibilities relating to the Presidential transition process; and

(vi) other senior employees serving in the Executive Office of the President, as determined by the President.

(c) The Agency Transition Directors Council shall:

(i) ensure the Federal Government has an integrated strategy for addressing interagency challenges and responsibilities around Presidential transitions and turnover of non-career appointees;

(ii) coordinate transition activities among the Executive Office of the President, agencies, and the transition team of eligible candidates and the President-elect and Vice-President-elect;

(iii) draw on guidance provided by the White House Transition Coordinating Council and lessons learned from previous Presidential transitions in carrying out its duties;

(iv) assist the Federal Transition Coordinator in identifying and carrying out his or her responsibilities relating to a Presidential transition;

(v) provide guidance to agencies in gathering briefing materials and information relating to the Presidential transition that may be requested by eligible candidates;

(vi) ensure materials and information described in subparagraph (v) of this subsection are prepared not later than November 1 of the year during which a Presidential election is held;

(vii) ensure agencies adequately prepare career employees who are designated to fill non-career positions during a Presidential transition; and

(viii) consult with the President's Management Council, or any successor thereto, in carrying out its duties.

(d) The Agency Transition Directors Council shall meet:

(i) subject to subparagraph (ii) of this subsection, not less than once per year; and

(ii) during the period beginning on the date that is 6 months before a Presidential election and ending on the date on which the President-elect is inaugurated, on a regular basis as necessary to carry out its duties and authorities.

Sec. 4. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to a department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c) The terms "eligible candidate," "Federal Transition Coordinator," and "Presidential election" shall have the same meaning as those terms used in the Presidential Transition Act of 1963, as amended. The term "President's Management Council" shall have the same meaning as that term is used in the Presidential Memorandum of July 11, 2001.

(d) This order is intended only to facilitate the transition and is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

BARACK OBAMA
THE WHITE HOUSE,
May 6, 2016.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 04:38 (2016)    Sujet du message: NAVAL WAR COLLEGE OPENS RUSSIA MARITIME STUDIES INSTITUTE Répondre en citant

NAVAL WAR COLLEGE OPENS RUSSIA MARITIME STUDIES INSTITUTE

Story Number: NNS160831-22Release Date: 8/31/2016 3:12:00 PM 

By Daniel L. Kuester, U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs



NEWPORT, R.I. (NNS) -- U.S. Naval War College (NWC) has opened a Russia Maritime Studies Institute (RMSI) on their Newport, Rhode Islandv campus today, tasked with the mission of better understanding Russia's expanding role in the global maritime environment.

Establishing the institute is partially in response to a resurgent Russian military that has enabled Moscow to assert itself in Ukraine, Syria and elsewhere as well as the need to better understand the factors that drive Russian decision making about maritime issues, according to Michael Petersen, the founding director of RMSI.

The mission of the RMSI is to conduct research on Russian strategic and operational maritime issues on behalf of the U.S. Navy. The RMSI is developing a research agenda that is responsive to the Navy's needs and will execute that agenda through collaborative and independent scholarly research projects both inside and outside of NWC.

RMSI will leverage connections across the U.S. government and academia to conduct research into Russian naval policy, strategy, maritime operations, shipbuilding, international law and other topics. RMSI will then disseminate that research to the U.S. Navy, NATO allies and the academic world.

"RMSI's goals are to inform the Navy's and our NATO partners' decision making with regard to Russian maritime issues, provide analysis that supports U.S. planning and engagement efforts and develop new knowledge that contributes to scholarship," said Petersen.

While the focus of this new institute is on Russia, the intention is not to be a policymaking group.

"We don't make policy," said Petersen. "We are here to inform those who do make policy and give them the best analysis of Russian maritime issues that we can."

NWC also has a similar group, China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI), devoted to researching and analyzing that country's maritime forces.

RMSI was officially opened with a brief ceremony in the office of Rear Adm. Jeffrey A. Harley, president of NWC.

During the ceremony, Harley indicated that the establishment of RMSI will be an asset to the college and also to national decision makers.

"The world is changing quickly and Naval War College continues to position itself as a preeminent intellectual center for our Fleet and our Navy," said Harley. "The faculty and staff of RMSI will locate strategic knowledge gaps and work to fill them. One of our missions is to support defining the future Navy and associated roles and missions. Establishing RMSI is another way we fulfill this."

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

For more news from Naval War College, visit www.navy.mil/local/nwc/.


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 05:54 (2016)    Sujet du message: ALERT NEWS_ WAR WAR RUMORS OF WAR, RUSSIA MOVING 300 THOUSAND TROOPS, USA SENDS TANKS Répondre en citant

ALERT NEWS_ WAR WAR RUMORS OF WAR, RUSSIA MOVING 300 THOUSAND TROOPS, USA SENDS TANKS

August 30, 2016 Geopolitics, War, World War 3By Super Station

On Monday, August 29, we reported that Russia had mobilized Reserve Army Troops for the first time since the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia.  Today, Tuesday August 30, we have found that the total mobilization is actually 80 mobilization brigades.  About 10 tank brigades, 30 motor rifle brigades, 20 artillery and 20 other support brigades. So about 300,000 men. Our original story appears HERE.


SuperStation95 has reached out to our contacts in the Pentagon, The Intelligence Community and the State Department and the answers we’re getting are very serious.

According to the Pentagon, there has never been a mobilization like this in Russia before.  The shear size of it is described by seasoned Pentagon officials as “staggering!”  According to two separate sources in the Intelligence Community, various intel sources indicate the Russians intend to take action – but they are not certain if that action will be in Ukraine, Syria or . . . Turkey.  The fear is that the size of this mobilization may mean “all of the above.”

Our source in the Pentagon put it this way:
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Russia has also mobilized divisions of the National Guard, and the NAF is mobilizing its reserves to go from 35,000 men to 95,000.

Russia has assured this will be a coalition war by sending its CSTO allies to the Belarussian-Polish border. So that includes units from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

When you count it all up, Russia and allies now have something like half a million men on alert opposite Ukraine, the Baltics and Poland.
I’ve never seen anything like it.



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 05:57 (2016)    Sujet du message: BREAKING RUSSIA MOVING TROOPS. EXPECTED TO BE STATIONED 50 MILES FROM ALASKA. Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 06:16 (2016)    Sujet du message: FULLY LOADED MILITARY VEHICLES ON THE MOVE IN CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONING OF THE PUBLIC Répondre en citant

FULLY LOADED MILITARY VEHICLES ON THE MOVE IN CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONING OF THE PUBLIC



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I have received at lot of info on military movement in California. The pics of the armored vehicle with police was in Citrus Heights. The convoy with troops was witnessed on and off exits along I-10 Headed west. This could be part of a drill, but i wouldn't write it off as nothing to see. They are conditioning the minds of the masses to get use to seeing troops manning the guns of these vehicles.

This is why they were zig zagging through the small towns, as if it were Iraq. They want the people to get used to seeing this. I will continue to update and please email me if you have any info on this at dahboo7@yahoo.com


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 06:34 (2016)    Sujet du message: RUSSIA AMASSES 100,000 TROOPS IN DONBAS, CRIMEA, UKRAINE BORDER – LYSENKO / UNCONFIRMED : #UKRAINE'S MILITARY COMMISSARIATS ORDERED TO PREPARE FOR URGENT MOBILIZATION Répondre en citant

RUSSIA AMASSES 100,000 TROOPS IN DONBAS, CRIMEA, UKRAINE BORDER  – LYSENKO

Russia has amassed some 100,000 soldiers in occupied Crimea and Donbas as well as along the eastern border with Ukraine, Andriy Lysenko, administration spokesman for Anti-Terrorist Operation issues, said on Radio Liberty.

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"There are some 40,000 troops in Donbas along the northern border and nearly 50,000-60,000 in the east. This group constantly changes and evolves. Three military districts are involved. There is a transfer of airborne units, as they are deployed along the border and in Crimea. There is movement of military equipment, and some 700 Russian tanks are now in occupied Donbas," Lysenko said.

Read alsoRussia increases quantity of heavy weapons in occupied part of Donbas in last two years"Any escalation of the conflict will have bloody consequences both for Russia and our side, so the Russian aggressor is weighing its strength. It is conducting a very thorough reconnaissance," he added.

http://www.unian.info/war/1495219-russia-amasses-100000-troops-in-donbas-cr…


UNCONFIRMED : #UKRAINE'S MILITARY COMMISSARIATS ORDERED TO PREPARE FOR URGENT MOBILIZATION

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 1 Sep - 06:41 (2016)    Sujet du message: U.S., INDIA SIGN MILITARY LOGISTICS AGREEMENT Répondre en citant

U.S., INDIA SIGN MILITARY LOGISTICS AGREEMENT

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By Yeganeh Torbati and Idrees Ali | WASHINGTON

The United States and India signed an agreement on Monday governing the use of each other's land, air and naval bases for repair and resupply, a step toward building defense ties as they seek to counter the growing maritime assertiveness of China.

The agreement, a relatively mundane one concerning day-to-day military logistics, is nonetheless a milestone in the U.S.-India defense relationship because of the outsized political importance it had taken on in India, where it had touched on domestic sensitivities, experts said.

The signing of the agreement will "make the logistics of joint operations so much easier and so much more efficient," U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a news briefing with Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

The agreement will allow the Indian and U.S. navies to have an easier time supporting each other in joint operations and exercises and when providing humanitarian assistance, Parrikar said.

Washington's desire for deeper security cooperation with India had been complicated without the signing of the logistics agreement as well as two other pacts that would allow for secure communications and the exchange of nautical and other data. The agreements are considered routine between the United States and its other defense partners.

But India has had concerns such an agreement would commit it to hosting U.S. troops at its bases, or draw it into a military alliance with the United States and undermine its traditional autonomy. Carter and Parrikar reached an agreement "in principle" in April, but had yet to finalize the details.

Carter has made closer military ties with India a priority, and established a special unit within the Pentagon last year to promote cooperation with that country. Parrikar's visit to Washington this week marks the sixth interaction between the two top defense officials.

The signing of the logistics agreement indicates the priority the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi places on a closer defense relationship with the United States, said Benjamin Schwartz, until last year the India country director at the Pentagon.

"For years, there has been tremendous misinformation put out into the Indian press about these agreements," said Schwartz, now with the U.S.-India Business Council, which promotes trade ties between the two countries.

"What the signing of this shows is that the Modi government is willing to take and suffer the short-term political criticism of signing these things for the longer-term benefit of building the defense relationship with the United States."

Both Carter and Parrikar went to pains on Monday to make clear that the logistics agreement did not allow for basing of U.S. troops in India.

"It's not a basing agreement of any kind," Carter said.

The debate over the logistics agreement had served as a vehicle for the distrust some of India's political class has towards the United States, said Shane Mason, a research associate at the Stimson Center. The United States had previously imposed sanctions on India related to its 1998 nuclear test, although the sanctions were eased later.

"From the U.S. perspective this was kind of a low hanging fruit," Mason said. "We have logistic support agreements with many, many other countries and in most cases it's a relatively uncontroversial thing."

The U.S. military has made clear it wants to do more with India, especially in countering China, which U.S. officials say is risking stoking conflict through its claims in the South China Sea, a vital trade waterway.

Without naming China, both Carter and Parrikar mentioned the importance of the free flow of trade to both countries.

"India and the United States have a shared interest in freedom of navigation and overflight and unimpeded commerce as part of rule-based order in (the) Indo-Pacific," Parrikar said.

China hoped cooperation between India and the United States would be "constructive and positive" for the region's peace and stability and development, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters at a regular briefing on Tuesday.

"So, we look favorably on this sort of normal relationship between India and the United States," Hua said.

(Additional reporting by Ruthy Munoz and Phil Stewart in Washington, and Michael Martina in Beijing; Editing by Peter Cooney and Alistair Bell)

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-usa-military-idUSKCN114241?il=0


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Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany invades Poland, start of World War II; Beslan hostage crisis begins in Russia; Bobby Fischer beats Boris Spassky for world chess crown; Boxer Rocky Marciano and singer Gloria Estefan born. (Sept. 1)


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MessagePosté le: Ven 2 Sep - 01:30 (2016)    Sujet du message: AL-QUEADA, ISIS, CIA, AND PAPACY! DO THEY CONNECT? : BILL HUGHES / SECRETARY KERRY SAYS ISIS MEMBERS AREN'T MUSLIMS Répondre en citant

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SECRETARY KERRY SAYS ISIS MEMBERS AREN'T MUSLIMS

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9:00 PM 02/04/2016

  
  
At a conference of coalition members tasked with fighting ISIS in Rome yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry said members of the terrorist organization are not Muslims but apostates of Islam. “Daesh [ISIS] is in fact nothing more than a mixture of killers, of kidnappers, of criminals, of thugs, of adventurers, of smugglers and thieves,” Kerry said. “And they are also above all apostates, people who have hijacked a great religion and lie about its real meaning and lie about its purpose and deceive people in order to fight for their purposes.”

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Apostate, according to The Washington Post, has traditionally been used to describe an individual or, in the plural, a group who abandoned or renounced their religion. Kerry’s application of the term to ISIS is somewhat ironic considering the terrorist organization has justified its attacks on other Muslims by claiming the victims were apostates themselves, which suggests ISIS militants are active participants in the Muslim faith.

This is not the first time Kerry has referred to ISIS as apostate. At the Saban Forum in December, Kerry said the terrorist organization is “a mixture of killers and kidnappers, smugglers, thieves, and apostates who have hijacked a religion and combined a medieval thinking with modern weapons to wage an especially savage brand of war.”

Cairo’s Al-Azhar, the world’s preeminent authority on the Sunni branch of Islam, has refused to call ISIS an apostate group, since ISIS fighters do believe and practice Islam, even though their understanding of the religion is flawed in his opining, CNS News reports.


Social media users have attacked Kerry’s usage of the term as untrue and Kerry lacks any authority on Islam:
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Who is Kerry to determine who is an apostate of Islam? https://t.co/k3WknobM5v
— Chris Bowers (@chrisbowers) February 4, 2016



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I am actually apostate. Kerry's use doesn't make sense. https://t.co/TYddSx1M8G
— Alison (@tikidaisy) February 4, 2016




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So Kerry, who isn't even a faithful Catholic, is somehow able to pass judgement on who is an apostate of Islam: https://t.co/K6kLHLrSpw
— Adam Cassandra (@adamcassandra) February 3, 2016


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Did John Kerry really say that ISIS members are apostate?
— Yunus (@Unenemous) February 3, 2016



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@AdamPlatt1999 @shadihamid How is a non-Muslim calling any Muslim an apostate? Not sure John Kerry qualifies as an expert in Islam.
— Jeremy (@jthurgood1) December 15, 2015




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CNO TO HOST WORLD'S LARGEST MARITIME CONFERENCE

Story Number: NNS160901-09Release Date: 9/1/2016 12:13:00 PM   

From Chief of Naval Operations Public Affairs


150728-N-CS971-116 NEWPORT, R.I. (July 30, 2015) U.S. Naval War College's (NWC) Luce Hall located at Naval Station Newport in Newport, Rhode Island. Named after NWC's first president, Rear Adm. Stephen B. Luce, Luce Hall was built in 1892 and is a national historic landmark. Luce founded NWC's study of strategy, tactics, and operations based on a core of history. His lectures, readings, and seminars transformed from a month-long course to an intensive one-year professional naval study. Luce Hall now houses NWC's Naval Command College and College of International Programs. (U.S. Navy photo by Haley Nace/Released)

NEWPORT, R.I. (NNS) -- Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. John Richardson will host the 22nd International Seapower Symposium (ISS-22) Sept. 21-23 at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) in Newport, Rhode Island.

Senior representatives from more than 110 countries, including many of their senior-most navy and coast guard officers, are expected to attend this biennial event.

"The world has become globalized to an unprecedented degree. Maritime traffic fuels the global economy; both cooperation and competition are growing at record pace," said Richardson. "Amidst this record pace of change, ISS with its theme of "Stronger Maritime Partners" aims to deepen relationships with our network of international Navies and Coast Guards."

"Contributions from all Navies - blue water Navies, regional security exporters, choke point guardians and coastal Navies- are needed for maritime security. More than 80 Chiefs of Navy and 15 Chiefs of Coast Guard will gather to discuss the continued protection of open and free sea lanes," said CNO.

First held in 1969, ISS has become the largest gathering of maritime leaders in history. The symposium provides a forum for senior international leaders to create and solidify solutions to shared challenges and threats in ways that are in the interests of individual nations.

Richardson and Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus will kick off the event with opening remarks on Sept. 21 in NWC's Spruance Auditorium. Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work and Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zunkunft will also address the symposium during the week.

ISS is the world's capstone seapower conference, bringing together navy leaders from around the world to exchange ideas and broaden our international partnerships.

Representatives from participating countries are providing briefings, participating in panel discussions, and contributing to seminar sessions addressing regional and global maritime issues. The symposium's breakout sessions are organized by region to encourage attendees to develop practical initiatives that will be pursued over the next two years.

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

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USS MASON CONDUCTS ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE EXERCISES WITH UK, AUSTRALIAN NAVIES

Story Number: NNS160901-13Release Date: 9/1/2016 1:07:00 PM
 
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Janweb B. Lagazo, USS Mason (DDG 87) Public Affairs


160826-N-CL027-271 ARABIAN SEA (Aug. 26, 2016) Sailors assigned to the guided-missile destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87) retrieve a torpedo from the water during an anti-submarine warfare exercise. Mason, deployed as part of the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group, is supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 3rd Class Janweb B. Lagazo)

ARABIAN SEA (NNS) -- Sailors aboard Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87), part of the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (Ike CSG), concluded bilateral anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercises with the Royal Australian navy and the United Kingdom's Royal navy, Aug. 29.

Mason, recently the recipient of the U.S. Navy's prestigious ASW Bloodhound Award, led the Ship Anti-Submarine Warfare Readiness and Evaluation Measurement (SHAREM) exercise with U.K. Royal navy's Fort-class fleet replenishment ship RFA Fort Victoria and Type 23 frigate HMS Portland (F 79), Australian Royal navy's Anzac-class frigate HMAS Perth (FFH 157), Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Nitze (DDG 94) and Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Dallas (SSN 700).

"We love training," said Mason Command Master Chief Ronn Shasky, from Mansfield, Ohio. "We love showing how much we've learned, how much we've absorbed, and continuing Mason's great legacy as submarine fighters. It's no secret that we've been one of the better, if not the best ship in the Atlantic Fleet for a long time. The ASW Bloodhound award is a tribute to our ASW team which includes our watch team on the bridge, in combat, and on the flight deck."

The multi-day exercise featured procedures which tested the ships' capacity to detect, locate, and engage submarines using fathometers, multi-functional towed arrays (MFTAs), sonobuoys, and active and passive sonar.

"It's important to work with foreign allies in ASW," said Lt. j.g. Nick Gutierrez, Mason's ASW officer, from Chicago. "The more opportunity we have to work with foreign nations to help build our cohesiveness and mission readiness is absolutely crucial for the future."

Gutierrez explained the scenarios measured the groups' "abilities to work individually and as one cohesive ASW unit."

"We started out as four ships that have never worked together," said Lt. Cmdr. Thom Hobbs, executive officer of Portland. "We came together using a whole series of common tactics and procedures we learned from our home navies and we put them into practice in a difficult area of the world for [ASW]. We improved on them and accomplished what we set out to do."

Hobbs continued to emphasize SHAREM allowed the ships to evaluate "how effectively surface ships and aircraft can work together to detect and track submarines," culminating in the launching of a training torpedo to prosecute a simulated target.

"It was great to work with such a proficient team," said Lt. Cmdr. Katie Lunser, air boss of the "Swamp Foxes" of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 74, from Holland, New York. "We always appreciate the time and coordination it takes for this type of training."

Gutierrez said Mason's anti-submarine tactical air controllers have a "unique connection and relationship" with the pilots of HSM 74 and are able to work "near flawlessly together."
SHAREM challenged the watchstanders' abilities in successfully tracking, localizing, and targeting an undersea target.

"This gave us the chance to knock off our ASW rust," said Cmdr. Christopher J. Gilbertson, Mason's commanding officer, from Minneapolis. "It allowed us to do what we're best at -- our job. The key now is making lessons learned, not just lessons documented. Implementing is our goal now. Overall, it was great to work with professionals and we always appreciate the exercise."

Mason continues to be part of the United States' commitment to Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), a multi-national naval partnership, which was created between 31 navies, including the United Kingdom's Royal navy and the Royal Australian navy.

CMF's mission is to promote security, stability, and prosperity across approximately 3.2 million square miles of international waters while working with regional partners in countering terrorism, preventing piracy and promoting a safe maritime environment.

"This exercise was an opportunity to show the fleet and the world why we're number one when it comes to [ASW]," said Shasky. "Our ASW team is top-notch. All of our Sailors' professionalism, training, motivation, drive, hunger, and what they do are second to none."

Mason has worked with seven of the 31 member nations in CMF since beginning their scheduled deployment -- Italy, Greece, Turkey, France, Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom.

Mason is deployed to support maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations and deployed with the Ike CSG. Along with Mason, Ike CSG includes 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 DESRON 26 guided-missile destroyers USS Stout (DDG 55), USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) and Nitze.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil/, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy/, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy/.

For more news from USS Mason (DDG 87), visit http://www.navy.mil/local/ddg87 or http://www.facebook.com/MASONDDG87/..

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

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: Sam 3 Sep - 03:03 (2016)    Sujet du message: THE GLOBAL COALITION TO COUNTER ISIL / JOINT STATEMENT BY FOREIGN AND DEFENSE MINISTERS OF THE EXPANDED SMALL GROUP OF THE GLOBAL COALITION TO COUNTER ISIL / DAESH Répondre en citant

THE GLOBAL COALITION TO COUNTER ISIL

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JOINT STATEMENT BY FOREIGN AND DEFENSE MINISTERS OF THE EXPANDED SMALL GROUP OF THE GLOBAL COALITION TO COUNTER ISIL / DAESH

Media Note

Office of the Spokesperson

Washington, DC

July 21, 2016

The Foreign and Defense Ministers of the Counter-ISIL (Da’esh) Coalition Small Group, Military Coalition and members that have made major non-military contributions met today in Washington at the invitation of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter to build momentum and accelerate the multi-front campaign to defeat Da’esh in Iraq and Syria.

Read more : http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2016/07/260379.htm

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On September 10, 2014, President Obama announced the formation of a broad international coalition to defeat The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) emphasizing, “Our objective is clear: We will degrade, and ultimately destroy, ISIL through a comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy.”

The ISIL Threat: A Global Challenge

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has dramatically undermined stability in Iraq, Syria and the broader Middle East and poses a threat to international peace and security. ISIL continues to commit gross, systematic abuses of human rights and violations of international law, including indiscriminate killing and deliberate targeting of civilians, mass executions and extrajudicial killings, persecution of individuals and entire communities on the basis of their identity, kidnapping of civilians, forced displacement of Shia communities and minority groups, killing and maiming of children, rape and other forms of sexual violence, along with numerous other atrocities. ISIL presents a global terrorist threat which has recruited thousands of foreign fighters to Iraq and Syria from across the globe and leveraged technology to spread its violent extremist ideology and to incite terrorist acts. As noted in UN Security Council Resolution 2170, “terrorism can only be defeated by a sustained and comprehensive approach involving the active participation and collaboration of all States… which is why our first priority is to encourage others to join in this important endeavor.”

The Global Coalition to Degrade and Defeat ISIL


Secretary Kerry Presides Over the Counter-ISIL Coalition Ministerial in Brussels, December 3, 2014

Sixty-six coalition partners have committed themselves to the goals of eliminating the threat posed by ISIL and have already contributed in various capacities to the effort to combat ISIL in Iraq, the region and beyond. The breadth and diversity of partners supporting the coalition demonstrate the global and unified nature of this endeavor.

Afghanistan
Albania
Arab League
Australia
Austria
Kingdom of Bahrain
Kingdom of Belgium
Bosnia and
    Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Canada
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Arab Republic of
    Egypt
Estonia
European Union
 
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Republic of Iraq
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Republic of Korea
Kosovo
Kuwait
Latvia
 
Lebanon
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malaysia
Moldova
Montenegro
Morocco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Panama
Poland
Portugal

 
Qatar
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Serbia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
Somalia
Spain
Sweden
Taiwan
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States

Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL


Brett McGurk is the Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL. The President appointed Brett McGurk as Deputy Envoy on September 13, 2014 and he acceded to the position of Special Presidential Envoy on November 13, 2015.

From September 2014 until November 12, 2015, General John Allen served in the role of Special Presidential Envoy and played a critical and central role in building the 65 member strong Global Coalition that remains committed to degrading and defeating ISIL.

The Five Lines of Effort

Secretary Kerry and Secretary Hagel set forth five mutually reinforcing lines of effort to degrade and defeat ISIL at an early September 2014 meeting with NATO counterparts.
These lines of effort include:
  1. Providing military support to our partners;
  2. Impeding the flow of foreign fighters;
  3. Stopping ISIL's financing and funding;
  4. Addressing humanitarian crises in the region; and
  5. Exposing ISIL's true nature.
As Secretary Kerry has said, “there is a role for every country to play” in degrading and defeating ISIL. Some partners are contributing to the military effort, by providing arms, equipment, training, or advice. These partners include countries in Europe and in the Middle East region that are contributing to the air campaign against ISIL targets.

International contributions, however, are not solely or even primarily military contributions. The effort to degrade and ultimately defeat ISIL will require reinforcing multiple lines of effort, including preventing the flow of funds and fighters to ISIL, and exposing its true nature.

Humanitarian assistance to those affected by the conflict is equally important to meeting urgent needs and maintaining regional stability, and contributions to humanitarian assistance, including a critical contribution of $500 million by Saudi Arabia to the humanitarian response in Iraq, have been essential. With the needs of vulnerable civilians continuing to grow, additional contributions from the international community are necessary in order to address the greatest needs—including shelter, food and water, medicine and education.

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SPACE RAILGUN AND ROBOT-AVATAR : RUSSIAN MILITARY STEPS INTO SCI-FI TERRITORY


© Sputnik/ Michael Klimentyev Russia 16:15 02.09.2016

 Russia’s weapons designers keep wowing the world with already existing “arms of the future” and exotic designs that border on science-fiction.

Smart bullets The “smart bullet,” currently being tested in Russia, is exactly one such wonder weapon. And smart it really is because, as it flies, it is able to correct its path either automatically or with the shooter’s help, to hit the bull’s eye.

Its creators call their unique brainchild “a jet-propelled sniper complex with a guided bullet,” adding enigmatically that there is an entirely new generation of long-range armor-piercing bullets made from two or more types of metal now in the making.


Robot Ball exhibition © Sputnik/ Vladimir Astapkovich Russia’s Future Weapons: Avatars, Combat Robots and Mind-Controlled Quadcopters A bullet like this will hit targets 8-10 kilometers away. Just what this complex really looks like or how the smart bullet is going to “think” is a big secret though.

Avatar joins the army ranks

A new robot-avatar, designed to have functions comparable to those of a human being, was revealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Central Institute for Scientific Research in January 2015.

The human-like robot made five shots with its gun and drove a quad around the training area. Special sensors, attached to the robot’s limbs, allow an operator to drive the robot remotely.

The machine is expected to be able to effectively work on its own in the conditions of human infrastructure, travel on a variety of terrains, drive a vehicle and provide emergency medical aid.

Rail gun fires into space

An electromagnetic railgun was tested in the US earlier this year firing bullets at Mach 6 — six times the speed of sound. Not to be outdone, Russian engineers are now at work developing this country’s very own such weapon of the future. In a series of laboratory tests the Russian prototype has fired its projectile at a whopping 6.25 kilometers per second. A weapon capable of firing at a speed like this renders useless all existing means of ship, plane or tank protection.

Moreover, a projectile made from several kilos of tungsten is comparable to a small-yield nuclear artillery shell as it generates almost as much energy without leaving behind a deadly trail of radiation. During the latest such test the projectile reached the speed of over 11 kilometers a second, which means that the Russian railgun can send payloads right into space! Talk to me, Ratnik!

The development of the third generation Ratnik infantry combat system is already under way in Russia. As an upgraded version of the Ratnik-2 "soldier of the future " outfit more than 80,000 Russian servicemen were equipped with last year, Ratnik-3 will integrate various biomechanical tools, including exoskeletons. What makes ratnik-3 so special is that it will enable the soldier to control his “onboard” systems by voice this radically increasing his chances of survival in combat.


A soldier in 'Ratnik' modern military garment © Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov

A soldier in 'Ratnik' modern military garment

The Ratnik outfit is mainly designed for snipers, riflemen, drivers of armored vehicles and airborne combat vehicle gunners. Russian military engineers are working out unified combat subsystems where a soldier could act as part of a single structure.

The Ratnik gear helps a soldier maintain a stable radio contact with all its other elements and receive continuously updated reconnaissance data about enemy positions and the overall situation in the combat zone, something that makes him an intellectual fighting machine.

Related: Just Add Muscle: Russia's 'Future Soldier' to Get Exoskeletons and Robotics
http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160819/1044431274/russia-army-tech-exoskele…

Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160902/1044897242/russia-future-weapons.htm…


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CITING OBSCURE LAW, NYPD WILL HALT RELEASE OF OFFICER RECORDS TO THE PUBLIC


© AP Photo/ John Minchillo US 03:59 03.09.2016(updated 04:00 03.09.2016)

The NYPD has announced that it will no longer publicly share the disciplinary records of its officers. The department claims that the information is protected by section 50-a of a 1976 state Civil Rights Law, which protects such information from the public, unless a judge orders it to be released, the New York Daily News reported http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/exclusive-nypd-stops-releasing-cops-dis… .

Members of the NYPD Counterterrorism unit talking outside the old federal courthouse in Manhattan. © AP Photo/ Mary Altaffer, File FBI Charges Three NYPD Officers Amid Corruption Investigation The decision comes just weeks after Mayor Bill DeBlasio signed a series of bills on police oversight, compelling the NYPD to release information on use of force procedures.

Reporters had access to this information for decades by consulting a "Personnel Orders" clipboard that hung in the department’s public information office. The clipboard listed retirements, promotions and administrative cases that were closed out by internal trial or plea deal. Currently that list has not been updated since April, as the NYPD made the snide claim that they were attempting to tighten their budget by using less paper.

Adam Marshall, a legal fellow with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press said, "I think it’s part of a larger pattern of secrecy by the NYPD. It’s hard to imagine information more in the public interest, and the public interest in determining what has happened in these types of adjudications is incredibly important."

Activists and advocates, including Marshall, feel that city officials like Mayor DeBlasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton are reneging on their promise of transparency and accountability within the New York police department. The move also calls into question how much access the public will have concerning police brutality, including the 2014 choking death of Eric Garner at the hands of New York officer Daniel Pantaleo.

Will Serve No Time After Killing Unarmed Akai Gurley While serving as public advocate In 2013, DeBlasio released a "transparency report card," giving the NYPD a failing grade for public disclosure. One of his recommendations was for city agencies to "proactively disclose frequently requested dat"” which would require them to "mandate online publishing of the most commonly-sought information. Proactive disclosure will save time and resources by posting minutes, public schedules and license data online for easy access."

DeBlasio’s report card caused transparency groups to applaud his stance on accountability. Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause NY remarked, "The public loses out when government agencies suppress the disclosure of relevant information. Democracy demands accountability.” adding that her organization “urges all City agencies to tighten their procedures so that FOIL [Freedom of Information Law] requests no longer fall "between the cracks.'"

Police spokesman, Deputy Chief Edward Mullen, said the change occurred when "someone" in the NYPD’s legal department discovered that they had been giving out information that they were not required to. Christopher Dunn, associate legal director for the New York Civil Liberties Union, said the sudden shift is policy "is a troubling example of the NYPD becoming more secret and thus less accountable."

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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Sep - 02:29 (2016)    Sujet du message: SECRETARY CARTER TO TRAVEL TO UK, NORWAY TO MEET ALLIES AND DISCUSS UN PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS Répondre en citant

IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SECRETARY CARTER TO TRAVEL TO UK, NORWAY TO MEET ALLIES AND DISCUSS UN PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS



Press Operations
Release No: PA-150-16
Sept. 2, 2016

  Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will travel to the United Kingdom and Norway Sept. 6-9 to meet with top officials from the two longstanding NATO allies, to participate in discussions regarding UN peacekeeping operations and to update counterparts on recent momentum in the counter-ISIL campaign.
 
Secretary Carter will visit with UK leaders on Sept. 7, highlighting the enduring special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom and the ongoing and important role the United Kingdom plays on security in Europe and globally. His public events will include a major speech at Oxford University, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar, and a joint press conference with UK Secretary of State for Defense Michael Fallon.
 
On Sept. 8, Secretary Carter will lead the U.S. delegation to the UK-hosted UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial, where he will highlight U.S. contributions to UN peacekeeping operations and discuss areas of potential improvement. The defense ministerial will provide an update on pledges made during the Leaders’ Summit on peacekeeping that President Obama hosted in 2015, at which more than 40 nations discussed efforts to strengthen and modernize UN peacekeeping operations.  Secretary Carter will also announce additional US contributions to UN peacekeeping. 
 
While in London, Secretary Carter is expected to hold bilateral meetings with several of his defense counterparts, including Secretary Fallon, Turkish Minister of National Defense Fikri Isik and Israeli Minister of Defense Avigdor Lieberman.
 
On the afternoon of Sept. 8, Secretary Carter will travel to Norway, a close NATO ally actively strengthening security in the North Atlantic. In addition to being a NATO stalwart, Norway has proven a valuable contributor to the counter-ISIL campaign. On Sept. 9, Secretary Carter will meet with Minister of Defense Ine Eriksen Søreide in Bodø to view Norwegian military capabilities. Secretary Carter and Minister Søreide will then travel to Oslo for a joint press conference.
 
Press interested in covering any of these events locally can request contact information from OSD Press Operations at 703-697-5131 or osd.pa.dutyofficer@mail.mil.

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TRAINING EXERCISE INTEGRATES REAL WORLD LESSONS AT PACIFIC ENDEAVOR 2016

By Air Force Master Sgt. Todd Kabalan Defense Media Activity - Hawaii

 
BRISBANE, Australia, Aug. 30, 2016 — The Pacific Endeavor 2016 exercise is in full swing after it began Aug. 22, and military communicators from 22 Indo-Asia Pacific nations, nongovernment organizations, and academic advisors have come together to focus on improving humanitarian assistance and disaster response in the region.

 
 


Royal Australian Navy Vice Adm. David Johnston, chief of joint operations, addresses participants at the Pacific Endeavor 2016 exercise in Brisbane, Australia, Aug. 23, 2016. Sponsored by U.S. Pacific Command and hosted by the Australian Defence Force, Pacific Endeavor 2016 is a multinational workshop designed to enhance communication interoperability and expedite humanitarian assistance and disaster relief response in the Indo-Asia Pacific region. The workshop involved 250 participants from 22 allied and partner nations. DoD photo by Air Force Master Sgt. Todd Kabalan

Hosted by the Australian Defence Force and U.S. Pacific Command’s Multinational Communication Interoperability Program, this year’s Pacific Endeavor here is the culminating event of a year-long planning effort, which took participants and planners to Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, and Mongolia. The exercise wraps-up Sept. 2.

Based on recent real-world events, Pacific Endeavor 2016 features a scenario based on a Category 5 typhoon striking Brisbane, which requires participants to set up a Multinational Coordination Center and forward deploy to two other locations in the affected area. Their mission is to validate and document high frequency voice and data transfer using ordinary field radios. Commonly referred to as Internet protocol over radio frequency, the practice involves transmitting not only voice, but images and e-mail data over the same IPRF signal.

‘No Simulations Here’

There are no simulations here.” said Scott Griffin, director of Pacom’s multinational communication interoperability program. “We’re actually focusing more on real-world-type communications and real-world-type of events, by deploying them out there, setting up their antennas, setting up their radios and then transmitting back.”

Forward-deployed teams set up the forward operating bases at Damascus Barracks and Victoria Barracks, which are far enough away from the coordination center at Gallipoli Barracks that radio operators can truly test their equipment.

“It’s really important to test your high frequency [radios] by having a reasonable amount of distance between the two locations to make sure the systems are properly working,” said Australian Army Lt. Col. Michael King, Australian national lead for the multinational communication interoperability program. “Doing it here on the base allows for that, as well as the other locations around Australia- allow for a more realistic training environment to validate the interoperability between our radio systems.”

Most countries have digital radio frequency capabilities, but not all have satellite, which is the reason this exercise is great for interoperability. The challenges exercise participants encounter provide “hands-on” experience of what they might encounter during a real crisis.


“You’ve always got to prepare for those eventualities, you’ve never going to have everything perfect,” said New Zealand Army Cpl. Daniel Stratton, a radio operator.  

 

Pacific Endeavor 2016 exercise participants place high frequency radio antennas at Victoria Barracks in Brisbane, Australia, Aug. 28, 2016. DoD photo by Air Force Master Sgt Todd Kabalan

With today’s technology, sending images or data over RF signal wouldn’t be needed because of the accessibility of the internet and Wi-Fi. But, when a disaster or humanitarian crisis occurs, that same signal may become a lifeline.

“If you’re at an outside location, and I need you to send me a picture of the damage in a certain location, I can actually see what it looks like,” said U.S. Army Maj. Mitchell Lester, future operations chief with the 311th Signal Command.


Disaster Communications

“When a disaster hits, a lot of times everything is wiped out.” said Tom Grant, MCIP technical director. “You might not have any satellite links,” Grant said. “Your cell systems might be down, and you might not have access to the Internet. It’s a valuable skill.”

Nongovernment organization representatives like Catherine Graham, vice president for business development with Humanity Road Inc., highlighted how lessons learned from a recent disaster response in Nepal were integrated into this year’s exercise.

“We can improve how [information sharing] happens in the future,” Graham explained. “The success of them doing their radio tests today will help improve the relaying of urgent needs like medicines and urgent needs for information on the condition of roads, so logistics can be improved.”

Raymond Doherty, U.S. Army Pacific’s data subject matter expert for Pacific Endeavor 2016, said that during the exercise, participants are learning real-world lessons about how they can communicate better, even though they aren’t necessarily using the same equipment or speaking the same language all the time.

“These are the things that are going to impact future missions,” Doherty said, “because we don’t know where the next disaster is going to be, and we don’t know who’s going to be there first. So these guys can do it together -- that’s perfect -- that’s what we’re looking for.”

Previously, “we’ve always understood disaster response was water, food and shelter, but nowadays with the usage of the Internet and social media, communications is an everyday life function,” Griffin said. “Before someone is asking for food, shelter, or water, someone is asking, is my loved-one safe?”

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MessagePosté le: Dim 4 Sep - 05:14 (2016)    Sujet du message: FACT SHEET: EXECUTIVE ORDER ON THE US POLICY ON PRE & POST-STRIKE MEASURES TO ADDRESS CIVILIAN CASUALTIES IN THE US OPERATIONS INVOLVING THE USE OF FORCE & THE DNI RELEASE OF AGGREDATE DATA ON STRIKE OUTSIDE AREA OF ACTIVE HOSTILITIE Répondre en citant

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
July 01, 2016

FACT SHEET: EXECUTIVE ORDER ON THE US POLICY ON PRE & POST-STRIKE MEASURES TO ADDRESS CIVILIAN CASUALTIES IN THE US OPERATIONS INVOLVING THE USE OF FORCE & THE DNI RELEASE OF AGGREDATE DATA ON STRIKE OUTSIDE AREA OF ACTIVE HOSTILITIE


Since President Obama took office, he has been clear that, when necessary, the United States will use force abroad to protect the American people consistent with our values and all applicable law, including the law of armed conflict.  He has also emphasized the need to be as transparent as possible with the American people about the basis for our counterterrorism operations and the manner in which they are conducted in order to enhance the public’s confidence in these activities, set standards for other nations to follow, and counter terrorist propaganda and false accusations about U.S. operations.  Additionally, the President has underscored that we will continue to develop a sustainable legal and policy architecture to guide our counterterrorism activities going forward.  To these ends, in 2013 the President approved and publicly described policy guidance formalizing and strengthening the rigorous standards and procedures governing our use of lethal force against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities.  Today, the Administration is taking additional steps to institutionalize and enhance best practices regarding U.S. counterterrorism operations and other U.S. operations involving the use of force, as well as to provide greater transparency and accountability regarding these operations.

These steps include promulgating an Executive Order on United States Policy on Pre- and Post-Strike Measures to Address Civilian Casualties in U.S. Operations Involving the Use of Force, as well as releasing aggregate data regarding both the number of strikes undertaken during this Administration by the U.S. Government against terrorist targets located outside areas of active hostilities and the range of assessed combatant and non-combatant deaths resulting from those strikes.  The Executive Order provides additional information on best practices and procedures that are already in place for current operations and that will be applied in future operations, regardless of the location.  Collectively, these measures demonstrate the professionalism and high standards employed by U.S. Government personnel who help keep Americans safe from terrorist threats overseas, while also underscoring our commitment to constantly refine and strengthen our counterterrorism framework and enhance accountability for our actions.

Executive Order to Address Civilian Casualties

As President Obama has said, “All armed conflict invites tragedy.  But by narrowly targeting our action against those who want to kill us and not the people they hide among, we are choosing the course of action least likely to result in the loss of innocent life.”  In that spirit, this Executive Order applies to all of our operations, regardless of where they are conducted, and underscores that our legal and policy commitments regarding the protection of civilians are fundamentally consistent with the effective, efficient, and decisive use of force in pursuit of our Nation’s interests.

First, this Executive Order catalogues the best practices the U.S. Government currently implements to protect civilians in the context of operations involving the use of force inside and outside areas of active hostilities, and it directs relevant departments and agencies to sustain such measures in present and future operations.  These measures include conducting training on implementation of best practices that help reduce the likelihood of civilian casualties and dedicating operational resources to mitigate that risk.  It also includes, as appropriate, maintaining channels for engagement with the International Committee of the Red Cross and non-governmental organizations that can assist in efforts to distinguish between military objectives and civilians; acknowledging U.S. Government responsibility for civilian casualties and offering condolences, including ex gratia payments, to civilians who are injured, or to the families of civilians who are killed; and, when civilian casualties have occurred, taking steps to minimize the likelihood of future such incidents.

Second, to help address challenges associated with assessing the credibility of reports of civilian casualties in non-permissive environments, the Executive Order emphasizes the U.S. Government’s consideration of credible reporting provided by non-governmental organizations in its post-strike reviews, including drawing on existing information-sharing arrangements to ensure the availability of such reporting to those conducting post-strike analyses. 

Third, it directs the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), or such other officials as the President may designate, to release publicly an annual summary of information obtained from relevant departments and agencies about the number of strikes undertaken by the U.S. Government against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities and the assessed range of combatant and non-combatant deaths resulting from those strikes, based on relevant and credible post-strike reporting and consistent with the need to protect sources and methods.  The annual report will also include information regarding the general sources of information and methodology used to conduct these assessments and address general reasons for discrepancies between post-strike assessments by the U.S. Government and credible reporting from non-governmental organizations.

Finally, the Executive Order establishes a mechanism for experts from relevant U.S. Government departments and agencies to convene to consult on civilian casualty trends and consider potential improvements to the U.S. Government’s civilian casualty mitigation efforts. 

Background on Processes and Procedures Taken by the U.S. Government to Mitigate Civilian Casualties

In May 2013, President Obama issued Presidential Policy Guidance (PPG) that, among other things, set forth policy standards for U.S. direct action outside the United States and outside areas of active hostilities.  These policy standards generally include that the United States will use lethal force only against a target that poses a “continuing, imminent threat to U.S. persons,” and that direct action will be taken only if there is “near certainty” that the terrorist target is present and “near certainty” that non-combatants will not be killed or injured.  As the President has said, the “near certainty” standard is the “highest standard we can set.”


Thus, unlike terrorist organizations, which deliberately target civilians and violate the law of armed conflict, the United States takes great care to adhere to the law of armed conflict and, in many circumstances, applies policy standards that offer protections for civilians that exceed the requirements of the law of armed conflict.  Moreover, even when the United States is not operating under the PPG – for example, when the United States is taking action in “areas of active hostilities,” such as it is today in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, or when the United States is acting quickly to defend U.S. or partner forces from attack – the United States goes to extraordinary lengths to minimize the risk of civilian casualties. 

In particular, in dealing with enemy forces that do not wear uniforms or carry their arms openly, the United States goes to great lengths to apply the fundamental law of armed conflict principle of distinction, which, among other things, requires that attacks be directed only against military objectives and not against civilians and civilian objects.  The United States considers all available information about a potential target’s current and historical activities to inform an assessment of whether the individual is a lawful target.  For example, an individual may be targetable if the individual is formally or functionally a member of an armed group against which we are engaged in an armed conflict.  As Administration officials have stated publicly, to determine if an individual is a member of an armed group, we may look to, among other things: the extent to which the individual performs functions for the benefit of the group that are analogous to those traditionally performed by members of a country’s armed forces; whether that person is carrying out or giving orders to others within the group; or whether that person has undertaken certain acts that reliably connote meaningful integration into the group.    
Before a strike against a terrorist target is considered in any theater, U.S. Government personnel review all available information to determine whether any of the individuals at the location of the potential strike is a non-combatant.  A body of standards, methods, techniques, and computer modeling, supported by weapons testing data and combat observations, informs the analysis as to whether those not specifically targeted would likely be injured or killed in a strike.


Releasing Aggregate Data on Strikes Undertaken by the U.S. Government Against Terrorist Targets Outside Areas of Active Hostilities

Demonstrating the legitimacy of our counterterrorism efforts requires not only complying with the law of armed conflict and setting policy standards that offer protection that exceeds the law’s requirements, but also providing information to the American people about our counterterrorism efforts.  As President Obama has said, when we cannot explain our efforts clearly and publicly, we face terrorist propaganda and international suspicion, we erode the legitimacy of our actions in the eyes of our partners and our people, and we undermine accountability in our own government.  That is why the President believes it is important to provide the public with as much information as possible regarding the basis for and results of U.S. counterterrorism operations.  In keeping with this commitment, today the DNI is releasing a summary of information obtained from relevant departments and agencies about both the number of strikes undertaken by the U.S. Government against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities between January 20, 2009, and December 31, 2015, and the best assessed range of combatant and non-combatant deaths resulting from those strikes.  Going forward, figures for the preceding year will be released annually on May 1, consistent with the need to protect sources and methods. 

We recognize that U.S. counterterrorism strikes have killed non-combatants, a reality that exists in all conflicts.  As the statement today from the DNI notes, in releasing these figures, the U.S. Government also acknowledges that there are differences between U.S. Government assessments and reporting from non-governmental organizations on non-combatant deaths resulting from U.S. operations.  Although the U.S. Government has access to a wide range of information, the figures we are releasing today should be considered in light of the inherent limitations on the ability to determine the precise number of combatant and non-combatant deaths outside areas of active hostilities, including the non-permissive environments in which these strikes often occur.  But as the information we are releasing also shows, the rigorous standards and procedures we apply to such strikes have resulted in extraordinarily precise targeting.  The U.S. Government remains committed to continually refining, clarifying, and strengthening the standards and procedures that govern our use of force abroad to keep the Nation safe from terrorist threats.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 06:55 (2016)    Sujet du message: YOUR NAVY OPERATING FORWARD - JEBEL ALI, YOKOSUKA, EAST CHINA SEA Répondre en citant

YOUR NAVY OPERATING FORWARD - JEBEL ALI, YOKOSUKA, EAST CHINA SEA

By ltall

– September 6, 2016
Posted in: Inside the Navy, Your Navy Operating Forward

Right now your Navy is 100 percent on watch around the globe helping to preserve the American way of life. Whether it be operating and training off the coast of Spain or forward deployed to the Arabian Gulf, the flexibility and presence provided by our U.S. naval forces provides national leaders with great options for protecting and maintaining our national security and interests around the world. The imagery below highlights the Navy’s ability to provide those options by operating forward.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 06:59 (2016)    Sujet du message: US NAVY SAILORS BEGIN PARTICIPATION IN EXERCISE NORTHERN COASTS 2016 Répondre en citant

US NAVY SAILORS BEGIN PARTICIPATION IN EXERCISE NORTHERN COASTS 2016

Story Number: NNS160906-05Release Date: 9/6/2016 12:25:00 PM

From U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

BALTIC SEA (NNS) -- Sailors from Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 8 began participation in the annual multinational maritime exercise Northern Coasts 2016 in the Baltic Sea region Sept. 2.

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"We're glad to be a part of this important exercise and work side-by-side with our allies and partners to exercise mine countermeasures and counter-IED
response capabilities. This type of operation builds interoperability with other explosive ordnance disposal units so that we can work more closely
together in the future and exchange best practices."
-Lt. Cmdr. Jake Keefe, executive officer, EODMU 8

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Nations scheduled to participate in the exercise this year include Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belgium, Netherlands, Poland, France, Canada, Finland and the United States.

During the exercise, maritime forces will work side-by-side with counterparts from partner nations - both on land and at sea.

Northern Coasts 16 provides the opportunity for personnel of participating nations to engage in realistic maritime training to build experience, teamwork and strengthen our interoperability as we work toward mutual goals.

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

For more information, visit www.c6f.navy.mil

Additional information can be found at www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

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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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 07:04 (2016)    Sujet du message: NATIONS COME TOGETHER FOR HOSTAC, EMPHASIZE SAFETY AND INTEROPERABILITY Répondre en citant

NATIONS COME TOGETHER FOR HOSTAC, EMPHASIZE SAFETY AND INTEROPERABILITY

Story Number: NNS160906-11Release Date: 9/6/2016 2:37:00 PM

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Micah Blechner, CTF 73 Public Affairs

SINGAPORE (NNS) -- Navy and Coast Guard representatives from 11 countries came together for dialogue and information sharing during a Helicopter Operations from Ships other Than Aircraft Carriers (HOSTAC) conference in Singapore, Aug. 29-Sept. 2.

Conference participants represented Great Britain, Canada, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and the United States. HOSTAC is an international military standardization program that provides a venue to align standards and streamline information to safely conduct cross-deck helicopter operations with more than 50 navies and coast guards around the world.

"Helicopter operations are critical to advanced maritime operations and they must be synchronized," said Lt. Cmdr. Bryan Weatherup, aviation operations officer for Task Force 73. "From Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) missions, maritime domain awareness operations, anti-submarine warfare or moving personnel or supplies, aircrews must work closely with other operators and those from various partner forces"

Weatherup said interoperability in helicopter operations between allies and partners underlined the importance of the training and dialogue at the conference.

"The bottom line is that maritime-based aircraft need a place to land at sea," said Weatherup. "To be successful in both bilateral and multilateral operating environments, we need to conduct effective helicopter operations with our friends and partners."

Weatherup said beyond interoperability, the conference dialogue and discussions placed a strong emphasis on aviation safety.

"Multilateral participation from all of our partner nations in HOSTAC strengthens aviation safety while increasing our understanding of the platforms and the technology that each nation operates," said Weatherup. "Conferences like this go a long way in deepening partnerships and enhancing our ability to conduct multi-national helicopter operations at sea."

Commander, Task Force 73 conducts advanced planning, organizes resources and directly supports the execution of maritime exercises such as SEACAT, the bilateral Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise series and the Naval Engagement Activity (NEA) with Vietnam.

The U.S. 7th Fleet conducts forward-deployed naval operations in support of U.S. national interests in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. As the U.S. Navy's largest numbered fleet, 7th Fleet interacts with 35 other maritime nations to build maritime partnerships that foster maritime security, promote stability and prevent conflict.

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

For more news from Commander, Task Force 73, visit www.navy.mil/local/ctf73/.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 07:19 (2016)    Sujet du message: FLASHBACK : McCAIN AWARDS ISIS LEADER & IRANIAN-BORN MUSLIM TAKES OVER FBI WMD PROGRAM Répondre en citant

FLASHBACK : McCAIN AWARDS ISIS LEADER & IRANIAN-BORN MUSLIM TAKES OVER FBI WMD PROGRAM

Posted on September 6, 2016 by creeping

A few acts of infiltration we missed. Source: John McCain Awards ISIS Leader & Iranian-Born Muslim Takes Over FBI WMD Program – Understanding the Threat
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This kind of crazy stuff only happens at the highest levels of the United States government.  In different decades people would call it “Treason,” but in today’s world…nothing.

Here is today’s UTT Throwback Thursday.  A look back at some news that matters in this war.


John McCain Loves Him Some ISIS

US Senators Richard Blumenthal (CT), John McCain (AZ), and Lindsey Graham (SC) give AQ/ISIS Leader Abdelhakim Belhadj an award for being a wonderful human being

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To say Senator John McCain cannot tell the good guys from the bad guys would be the understatement of the century.  Abdelhakim Belhaj was the leader of Al Qaeda in Libya (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group), and the target of a rendition operation by the U.S. government.  Belhaj was returned to Libya and spent seven years in prison because he is a senior jihadi leader and everyone knew it. Before that and now, as the reasoning must go, he was/is a “moderate Muslim.”

To be “bipartisian,” Mrs. Clinton also had her own part in this.  As Secretary of State her office coordinated the shipment of weapons/arms from Libya to Syria that went to ISIS fighters.  Ambassador Stephens, who was killed in Benghazi, met directly with Belhaj.

Adbelhakim Belhaj is “moderate” – just like Abdurahman Alamoudi, Anwar al Awlaki, and all the rest who turn out to be Al Qaeda or ISIS after they have worked with the U.S. Congress, White House, and everyone else in our government.

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FBI’s Assistant Director for The Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate was an Iranian Born Muslim




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Where do you even go with this?

Dr. Vahid Majidi is an Iranian-born Muslim.  He was the FBI’s Assistant Director for their WMD Program from 2006-2012?  And Iranians are very proud of him.

Don’t worry though, Dr. Majidi is no longer with the FBI.  He is now the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Matters.
Somewhere in Tehran, Islamabad, Riyadh, and elsewhere in the Islamic world, Muslim leaders must be laughing uncontrollably at how easy this war is for them.



jMore on Belha: WikiLeaks Cache Links AKP and Libya’s Al-Qaeda Chief Belhaj

https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2016/09/06/mccain-awards-isis-leader/


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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 20:06 (2016)    Sujet du message: GABON : PARIS ENVOIE SON 2ème REGIMENT DE LEGION ETRANGERE SUR LIBREVILLE Répondre en citant

GABON : PARIS ENVOIE SON 2ème REGIMENT DE LEGION ETRANGERE SUR LIBREVILLE 

Publié par wikistrike.com sur 7 Septembre 2016, 09:02am

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Les prochaines heures risquent d’être mouvementées à Libreville. La France vient, en effet, de prendre une décision lourde de conséquences sur la crise qui sévit dans la capitale Gabonaise. Faut-il craindre un putsch contre le président Ali Bongo qui n'est plus en odeur de sainteté avec Paris?

La grave crise post-électorale qui secoue le Gabon depuis l'annonce de la réélection d'Ali Bongo, le 31 août, ainsi que la disparition d'une dizaine de ressortissants français dans ce pays, pousse Paris à déployer un dispositif militaire en vue de sécuriser ses ressortissants.

Selon nos sources, une compagnie du 2e Régiment étranger de parachutistes (REP) de la Légion étrangère, dirigée par la colonel saint-cyrien, Jean de Monicault et basée à Calvi, en Haute-Corse, a été mise en alerte Guépard. 

Elle est prête à se rendre à Libreville dans les prochaines heures. 

Par ailleurs, le bâtiment de projection et de commandement (BPC) Dixmude et le patrouilleur Cdt Ducuing, actuellement présents dans les eaux ouest-africaines, se dirigent vers le Gabon après avoir vu leur dispositif renforcé par des équipes de protection et des équipes cynophiles. 

Enfin, les 450 hommes des ex-Forces françaises au Gabon (FFG) rebaptisées Eléments français au Gabon (EFG) peuvent être également mobilisés à tout moment.
Dakaractu

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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Sep - 20:10 (2016)    Sujet du message: ALERT NEWS FOREIGN MINISTERS WORK TO JUSTIFY A GLOBAL ARMY Répondre en citant

ALERT NEWS FOREIGN MINISTERS WORK TO JUSTIFY A GLOBAL ARMY

A global army for a global Jihad



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 8 Sep - 04:26 (2016)    Sujet du message: L'UNION EUROPEENNE AVANCE VERS LA CREATION D'UNE ARMEE EUROPEENNE Répondre en citant

L'UNION EUROPEENNE AVANCE VERS LA CREATION D'UNE ARMEE EUROPEENNE

7 septembre 2016 15 h 30 min·


 
Profitant de « l’espace politique » créé par le Brexit – même si celui-ci est loin d’être consommé – les hauts responsables de la Commission de Bruxelles s’activent pour obtenir une nouvelle avancée vers la création d’une armée européenne. Le « ministre » européen des Affaires étrangères, Federica Mogherini, se prépare selon des sources citées par le Telegraph à accélérer le calendrier de mise en place de structures militaires propres à l’Union européenne, capables d’agir de manière « autonome » par rapport à l’OTAN.
 
Parler d’« armée européenne » comme le font certains pays n’est certes pas un abus de langage. Il s’agirait d’une prise en mains par le pouvoir non élu de Bruxelles d’une des fonctions régaliennes par excellence des pays membres, d’une atteinte supplémentaire et pour ainsi dire définitive à leur souveraineté. Mener la guerre, ne pas la mener relèverait dès lors de l’UE, à mesure que son « armée » prendrait forme.
 
Le Brexit a permis d’accélérer le pas vers la création d’une armée européenne
 
Federica Mogherini ne s’est pas cachée, selon la presse britannique, de vouloir saisir une chance pour l’UE de se « relancer » après le « choc » du vote favorable au Brexit. « Nous avons l’espace politique aujourd’hui de faire des choses qu’il n’était pas vraiment possible de faire auparavant », a-t-elle déclaré aux ambassadeurs de l’Union européenne.
 
Dans sa configuration actuelle, le plan militaire pour l’UE prévoit que des pays comme la France, l’Allemagne, l’Italie, l’Espagne et la Pologne créent des structures militaires permanentes qui soient en mesure d’agir au nom de l’Union européenne, de manière à permettre le déploiement de groupes de combat européens, ainsi que de 18 bataillons nationaux.
 
Qui dit groupes de combat dit unités de commandement. Un nouveau QG de pour la planification et les opérations militaires de l’UE verrait le jour à Bruxelles.
 
Celui-ci pourrait-il devenir un rival de l’OTAN ? C’est la crainte de certains, et c’est peut-être l’objectifs de pays membres comme la Hongrie et la République Tchèque qui ont fait savoir la semaine dernière qu’ils sont favorables à la « mise en place d’une armée européenne conjointe » alors qu’ils résistent de manière décidée à de nombreuses politiques européennes.
 
L’UE veut renforcer son fédéralisme à travers la création d’une armée commune
 
Une résistance qui connaît des failles, donc : à leur manière, ces Etats de l’ancienne Europe de l’Est, dans leur désir de se démarquer de l’Alliance atlantique et de marquer la puissance européenne face aux grands blocs servent malgré tout le projet de régionalisation du monde et de suppression des pouvoirs propres aux nations, à défaut de souhaiter l’abolition des frontières.
 
Le Premier ministre italien, Matteo Renzi, est lui aussi réputé favorable au projet, demandant à tout le moins une plus importante coopération européenne sur le plan de la défense selon le quotidien italien La Repubblica. Il souhaite entre autres voir les équipementiers militaires dispensés de TVA et bénéficier de subventions européennes pour la recherche – faudrait-il dire « fédérales » ?
 
Prendrait-on la peine pour cela de renégocier les traités, et de quelle manière ? Théoriquement, cela s’imposerait puisque en leur état actuel, ils restreignent sévèrement le recours au budget de l’UE pour les dépenses militaires.
 
L’Union européenne prendra-t-elle la peine de renégocier ses traités ?
 
Quoi qu’il en soit, une réunion sur le sujet est prévue le 16 septembre prochain à Bratislava lors de la prochaine rencontre des chefs d’Etat, à l’exception de Theresa May, bien entendu. Le Brexit élimine en effet des discussions le Royaume-Uni, seule grande puissance de l’UE à avoir manifesté son hostilité à un projet porté à la fois par la Commission, la France, l’Allemagne et l’Italie. Débarrassées de l’importun…
 
Côté britannique, les conservateurs sont peut-être lucides sur la motivation fédéraliste du projet, invoquée par le porte-parole pour la Défense, le parlementaire Geoffrey Van Orden, mais leur souci est surtout de maintenir intacte la puissance de l’OTAN :
 
« Les Etats-Unis et le Royaume-Uni aussi, d’ailleurs, se laissent tromper s’ils pensent que de telles manœuvres vont renforcer l’OTAN, le garant clef de notre défense collective. Au contraire, la création de structures de défense UE, séparées de l’OTAN, ne feront que conduire à la division parmi les partenaires transatlantiques à un moment où la solidarité est nécessaire face aux nombreuses menaces, complexes et dangereuses, qui pèsent sur les démocraties », a-t-il dit.
 
D’un mondialisme l’autre ?
 
Anne Dolhein

http://reinformation.tv/union-europeenne-creation-armee-dolhein-59338-2/


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PATROL SQUADRON 45 CONDUCTS STATIC DISPLAY AT NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY NAPLES

Story Number: NNS160907-15Release Date: 9/7/2016 12:30:00 PM 

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tyler Fraser

SIGONELLA, Sicily (NNS) -- Sailors from Patrol Squadron (VP) 45 flew a P-8A Poseidon to Naval Support Activity Naples Sept. 6 in support of a static display to highlight the aircraft and the improved capabilities it brings to the region.

During the static display, Sailors from VP-45 explained the capabilities of the P-8A to Italian media personnel and U.S. Sailors from the 6th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR).

"As we bring new technology into this theater, with coordination and cooperation with our Italian partners, it's important that we cultivate our relationships. Engagements like this give us this opportunity," said Capt. Bill Ellis, Commander, Task Force 67.

The P-8A Poseidon improves upon the capabilities of the P-3C Orion with an extended global reach, greater payload capacity, higher operating altitude and open systems architecture.

The P-8A will also allow fleet operators the added benefit of interfacing with unmanned aircraft systems when performing operational missions. This aircraft is one of seven that will be operating throughout the theater, providing continued support to U.S. allies and partners in the region.

VP-45 is currently deployed to Sigonella as part of its regularly scheduled deployment to the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations.

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

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

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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CHILEAN NAVY SUBMARINE ARRIVES IN SAN DIEGO FOR CHILEMAR VI

Story Number: NNS160907-06Release Date: 9/7/2016 9:22:00 AM

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class (SW) Derek Harkins

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- The Chilean Navy diesel-electric submarine SS Thomson (SS 20) arrived at Naval Base Point Loma on Sept. 6 to participate in the bi-lateral exercise CHILEMAR VI.

CHILEMAR is designed to demonstrate interoperability between U.S. submarine rescue systems and Chilean submarines, including a simulated submarine rescue operation, and to promote greater understanding and cooperation between the two nations.

Cmdr. John Croghan, senior deputy, Commander, Submarine Squadron 11 (CSS-11), greeted Chilean Navy Cmdr. Oscar Manzano, the commanding officer of Thomson, on the pier upon the ship's arrival.

Manzano, a staff and submarine warfare officer, holds a professional degree in weapons engineering with a major in submarines and a Master of Science in naval and maritime sciences. With more than 10 years of seagoing experience, he has navigated more than 15,000 miles submerged aboard Thomson.

"I am very pleased and excited to work with the U.S. Navy," said Manzano. "My crew and I are blessed to have the opportunity to come to San Diego and work with your fine Sailors. We are ready to get started."

During this iteration of CHILEMAR, Undersea Rescue Command (URC), assigned to CSS-11, plans to conduct a full scale submarine rescue exercise with Thomson. URC intends to utilize divers donning atmospheric diving suits (ADS) along with a pressurized rescue module (PRM). The PRM is a submarine rescue chamber that submerges to the submarine on the ocean floor and seals over its hatch to conduct a personnel transfer.

"I'm pleased we have been able to add submarine rescue as an additional capability on top of those we already get through the DESI initiative," said Croghan.

CHILEMAR supports the Diesel-Electric Submarine Initiative (DESI). DESI enhances the Navy's capability to operate with diesel-electric submarines by partnering with South American navies equipped with these vessels. This provides a degree of authenticity and realism to exercises, providing the Navy with opportunities to build experience both tracking and operating with them. The program strengthens partnerships and encourages cooperation between partner nations, furthering the capabilities of U.S. maritime strategy.

"Submarine rescue operations involve very challenging procedures, and they require consistent training to maintain proficiency," said Croghan. "Our ability to cooperate with our partner nations during such a technical evolution will ensure that, in the unlikely event of an actual submarine emergency, we will be operationally prepared."

URC has the only U.S. based deep ocean submarine rescue capability and is trained to respond to submarine emergencies around the world.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy.

For more news from Commander, Submarine Squadron 11, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/css11/.


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US PACIFIC COMMAND FORCES TO COME TOGETHER FOR EXERCISE VALIANT SHIELD

Story Number: NNS160907-16Release Date: 9/7/2016 12:59:00 PM

From U.S. Pacific Fleet Public Affairs



PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (NNS) -- Forces from the U.S. Pacific Command are scheduled to participate in exercise Valiant Shield (VS) 2016 Sept. 12-23, in Guam and around the Marianas Island Range Complex.

Participants include USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), nine surface ships, the Bonhomme Richard Amphibious Ready Group--to include three amphibious vessels--an estimated 18,000 personnel and more than 180 aircraft from the U.S. Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.

Valiant Shield is a U.S. only, biennial field training exercise (FTX) with a focus on integration of joint training in a blue-water environment among U.S. forces. This training enables real-world proficiency in sustaining joint forces through detecting, locating, tracking and engaging units at sea, in the air, on land, and in cyberspace in response to a range of mission areas.

The participating forces will exercise a wide range of capabilities and demonstrate the inherent flexibility of joint forces. The range of capabilities include maritime security operations, anti-submarine and air defense exercises, amphibious operations, and other elements of complex warfighting.

The lessons learned from exercises like VS16 will assist U.S. forces in continuing to develop regional and global power projection capabilities that provide a full range of options to succeed in defense of its interests and those of its allies and partners around the world.

The VS series is aimed at developing a "pre-integrated" joint force built from habitual relationships. This force builds interoperable and complementary cross-domain capabilities and benefits from realistic, shared training enhancing the flexibility to develop new tactics, techniques and procedures as operational conditions dictate. Such forces will provide the deterrence and stabilizing effects of a force-in-being, ready at the outset of a contingency without delays for buildups or extensive mission rehearsal.

This is the sixth exercise in the Valiant Shield series that began in 2006.

For more information, visit www.navy.mil, www.facebook.com/usnavy, or www.twitter.com/usnavy.

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


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