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MessagePosté le: Dim 23 Oct - 10:59 (2016)    Sujet du message: MARTIAL LAW LEAKED ! EVIDENCES, VIDEOS, BLACKMAIL, ETC ! NEW WORLD ORDER HAS BEGUN (2016) PLEASE SHARE Répondre en citant

MARTIAL LAW LEAKED ! EVIDENCES, VIDEOS, BLACKMAIL, ETC ! NEW WORLD ORDER HAS BEGUN (2016) PLEASE SHARE



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Important video related with MARTIAL LAW and NEW WORLD ORDER! All American People Need to see this! Please share with urgency. This is very important to share! TV News is showing more proof! This is TV News! This is real facts. The power of Internet/YouTube is helping American people! Share please.

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THE JESUIT AND ROMAN EMPIRE AGENDA FOR THESE END TIMES

...Unam Sanctam is one of the most frightening documents of history and the one most quoted as the primary document of the popes claiming their global power. It is an express trust deed. The last line reads:  “Furthermore, we declare, we proclaim, we define that it is absolutely necessary for salvation that every human creature be subject to the Roman Pontiff.” It is not only the first trust deed in history but also the largest trust ever conceived, as it claims the whole planet and everything on it, conveyed in trust.
Triple Crown of Ba’al, aka the Papal Tiara and Triregnum...

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  This 2nd Crown is represented by the 2nd cestui Que Vie Trust, created when a child is born and, by the sale of the birth certificate as a Bond to the private central bank of the nation, depriving us of ownership of our flesh and condemning us to perpetual servitude, as a Roman person, or slave...


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This 3rd Crown is represented by the 3rd Cestui Que Vie Trust, created when a child is baptized. It is the parents’ grant of the Baptismal certificate––title to the soul––to the church or Registrar. Thus, without legal title over one’s own soul, we will be denied legal standing and will be treated as things––cargo without souls––upon which the BAR is now legally able to enforce Maritime law...
 

http://www.theeventchronicle.com/study/critical-knowledge-legal-ownership-s…

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... “On the Cross, the tree of life,” continued Pope Francis, “evil was transformed into good; we too, as disciples of the Crucified One, are called to be ‘trees of life’ that absorb the contamination of indifference and restore the pure air of love to the world.  From the side of Christ on the Cross water flowed, that symbol of the Spirit who gives life (cf. Jn 19:34); so that from us, his faithful, compassion may flow forth for all who thirst today.”

Much has changed in the three decades that have passed since Pope St. John Paul II held the first event: the Cold War has ended, while the shadow of international terrorism has grown and spread, and our failure to exercise good stewardship over creation has created new challenges to peace.

The “spirit of Assisi” however, remains unchanged, and each of us has a part to play in realizing the hope for peace that animates this event.

“Here, thirty years ago,” recalled Pope Francis in concluding his remarks, “Pope John Paul II said: ‘Peace is a workshop, open to all and not just to specialists, savants and strategists. Peace is a universal responsibility.’ Let us assume this responsibility, reaffirming today our ‘yes’ to being, together, builders of the peace that God wishes for us and for which humanity thirsts.”

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2016/09/20/pope_francis_concludes_world_day…

...Responding to questions from the pilgrims, Pope Francis confirmed one of his strong convictions: proselytism is the “worst poison against ecumenism.”...

https://zenit.org/articles/better-not-to-be-a-lukewarm-catholic-or-a-lukewa…

...Archbishop Tomasi: On September 19 the first world summit of Heads of Sate and Government will be held at the United Nations in New York, to find solutions to the phenomenon of immigrations. Answers of solidarity and sharing will be sought for a phenomenon that is marking the 21st century. At the same time, Pope Francis will encourage the different representatives of the religions to a globalization of solidarity that will generate peace and development as indicated in Laudato Si’.  The Assisi meeting is an experience in which the different religions try to work together, discovering many common elements. Religions are not the problem but anti-religious fundamentalism is...

https://zenit.org/articles/archbishop-tomasi-religions-must-globalize-peace…

...In Bishop Ballin’s opinion, the Lord has sent Christians to that land “to be messengers of God in the heart of Islam.”...

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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Oct - 03:40 (2016)    Sujet du message: MILITARY ATTACHES FROM 35 COUNTRIES VISIT SAKHALIN ISLAND IN RUSSIA'S FAR EAST Répondre en citant

MILITARY ATTACHES FROM 35 COUNTRIES VISIT SAKHALIN ISLAND IN RUSSIA'S FAR EAST



03:50 24.10.2016

Military attaches from 35 countries have opened the visit to Sakhalin island in Russia's Far East.

“The delegation comprises 46 members. They are military attaches from Moscow embassies and consulates of the foreign states. They will visit the cities of the Eastern Military District in order to enhance international cooperation and mutual trust," the Head of International Military Cooperation Department of the Eastern Military District Mikhail Chikunov told RIA Novosti news agency.

Among the guests are military diplomats from India, China, Armenia, Poland, Estonia, Italy, Norway, the United States, Canada and African countries
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The diplomats arrived to the Sakhalin island on October 23. On Monday, they plan to take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Glory Memorial in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and visit one of the military units.

According to Chikunov, the last time such a delegation of military attaches visited the Eastern Military District in 2012.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 04:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: AMERICAINS ET NORD-COREENS SE VOIENT DISCRETEMENT EN MALAISIE Répondre en citant

AMERICAINS ET NORD-COREENS SE VOIENT DISCRETEMENT EN MALAISIE

Depuis 19 heures 24 octobre 2016


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D’anciens diplomates américains ont rencontré discrètement de hauts responsables nord-coréens en Malaisie au cours du weekend, au moment où la communauté internationale cherche à isoler encore davantage Pyongyang en raison de ses programmes nucléaires et balistiques.

Cette rencontre de deux jours à Kuala Lumpur entre dans le cadre de contacts non officiels connus sous le nom de processus « Track 2 », selon plusieurs sources, dont le ministère sud-coréen des Affaires étrangères.

En l’absence de tout contact officiel entre Washington et Pyongyang, ce type de rencontre est suivi de près.

En juillet, la Corée du Nord avait rompu sa seule voie de communication diplomatique encore existante avec les Etats-Unis en représailles aux sanctions imposées par Washington à son dirigeant Kim Jong-Un.

Ce « canal de New York » permettait des échanges entre les Américains et les membres de la mission nord-coréenne au siège des Nations unies.

Parmi la délégation américaine dans la capitale malaisienne figurait Robert Galluci, chef des négociateurs américains qui avaient obtenu en 1994 un accord sur un gel par Pyongyang de son programme d’armements nucléaires.

Côté nord-coréen se trouvait le ministre adjoint des Affaires étrangères Han Song-Ryol, ancien ambassadeur adjoint à l’ONU.

Cette réunion s’est ouverte peu après un essai de tir par la Corée du Nord d’un missile Musudan, puissant engin de portée intermédiaire, le deuxième en moins d’une semaine.
D’après Leon Sigal, universitaire spécialiste des deux Corées qui a assisté aux entretiens, le programme nucléaire nord-coréen a dominé les discussions.

Il a expliqué à l’agence sud-coréenne Yonhap que Pyongyang avait réaffirmé qu’il fallait conclure un traité de paix avec Washington avant toute décision sur son programme d’armements.

La partie américaine a répété pour sa part qu’il fallait au préalable que la Corée du Nord tire un trait sur son programme nucléaire.

Sous la présidence de Barack Obama, Washington a renoncé à dialoguer officiellement avec la Corée du Nord et les spéculations vont bon train quant à l’attitude du prochain occupant de la Maison Blanche.

Ceux qui critiquent la politique actuelle relèvent que les sanctions et l’absence de dialogue n’ont pas empêché le Nord d’accélérer sa course vers des armements qui pourraient menacer le continent américain.

Le conseil de sécurité de l’ONU discute actuellement de nouvelles sanctions après le cinquième essai nucléaire nord-coréen du 9 septembre.

Les discussions « Track 2 » se tiennent sporadiquement depuis des années dans des endroits comme Singapour ou Pékin.

Source: AFP

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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 04:27 (2016)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : LES POLICIERS EN COLERE RESTENT MOBILISES DANS L'ATTENTE D'UNE ENTREVUE AVEC HOLLANDE Répondre en citant

FRANCE : LES POLICIERS EN COLERE RESTENT MOBILISES DANS L'ATTENTE D'UNE ENTREVUE AVEC HOLLANDE

Paris - La colère de policiers français réclamant plus de moyens ne faiblit pas au huitième jour du mouvement, malgré le début de concertations et la rencontre prévue mercredi entre le président François Hollande et les syndicats, contestés par la base.

Plusieurs centaines de policiers en civil ont à nouveau manifesté lundi soir à Paris. Ils se sont retrouvés en silence sur le terre-plein central de la place de l'Opéra, en plein coeur de la capitale.

Les manifestants, scandant Policiers en colère, citoyens avec nous ou Cazeneuve démission, ont ensuite commencé à marcher sur la chaussée en direction de la place Vendôme, siège du ministère de la Justice.

Au milieu de la circulation, des voitures de police, vraisemblablement en patrouille, ont brièvement déclenché leur sirène en signe de soutien en passant à proximité. Des taxis, des bus RATP, des piétons ont eu aussi manifesté leur soutien.

Ecoeurés par une attaque au cocktail Molotov ayant visé quatre de leurs collègues le 8 octobre en banlieue parisienne, après une année éprouvante sous le régime de l'état d'urgence lié à la vague d'attentats, les policiers réclament plus d'effectifs et de moyens matériels et des peines sévères pour leurs agresseurs.

Les deux policiers grièvement brûlés lors de cette attaque sont désormais hors de danger, mais le traitement de leurs séquelles va être très long, a indiqué lundi un médecin de l'hôpital parisien où l'un d'entre eux est toujours hospitalisé.

Les protestataires ont lancé un nouvel appel à se rassembler mercredi devant l'Assemblée nationale, juste avant que le président socialiste reçoive les organisations syndicales.

Débordés par ce mouvement sur lequel ils tentent de reprendre la main, les syndicats ont lancé de leur côté un appel à se rassembler mardi à la mi-journée devant les tribunaux de France.

En tête des revendications des syndicats: la révision du cadre juridique d'emploi des armes et la mise en place de peines plancher pour les agresseurs, créées par la droite et supprimées par la gauche.

Lundi ont débuté dans toute la France des réunions de concertation entre la hiérarchie policière, les autorités locales et le personnel policier. Le ministre de l'Intérieur Bernard Cazeneuve, accompagné du patron des policiers, a participé à l'une d'entre elles dans la matinée à Rouen (nord-ouest).

Ces réunions visent à faire remonter vers le ministère de l'Intérieur une sorte de cahier de doléances dont les conclusions doivent être remises le 15 décembre pour une mise en application dès 2017.

Ces propositions viendront compléter un plan de sécurité publique qui sera lancé en novembre. Le chef de la police Jean-Marc Falcone doit livrer dans la semaine de premières propositions.

Depuis le début de la mobilisation, le gouvernement s'emploie à apaiser la colère et à balayer les critiques de l'opposition de droite, à quelques mois de la présidentielle.

(©AFP / 24 octobre 2016 23h40)


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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 04:33 (2016)    Sujet du message: PENTAGON DEMANDS SOLDIERS REPAY ENLISTMENT BONUSES AFTER SERVICE / DO NOT ACCEPT YOUR ARMY BONUS!!! IT'S A SCAM! Répondre en citant

PENTAGON DEMANDS SOLDIERS REPAY ENLISTMENT BONUSES AFTER SERVICE



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVA2f-keWPM

Now the Pentagon is demanding the money back.

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DO NOT ACCEPT YOUR ARMY BONUS!!! IT'S A SCAM!



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L193QV3muk

I didn't want to make this video. I made this video a few months back but I deleted but now, I'm pissed. So I made the video. The video is about me enlisting with a bonus but only find out that they're taking it. I signed my very first bonus in 2003 for $3,500. My second bonus in 2009 of $5000 for a 3 year re-enlistment. They said that the bonus didn't exist at that time. Then how in the fuck did I get paid? They said, enlist for 3 years, get $5k or 6 years for $10k.

They're recouping both of those. Since I was only paid $2,500 of the $5,000. I will only pay for that. Total of $6,000. You know what's crazy? In 2014, I re-enlisted for $10,000, only to find out it was rejected because of that debt. How fucking amazing is that? So now I will complete 17 years in the Army by 2020 with 0 dollars and fucking 0 cents and they're pulling 20% per paycheck. Fucking AWESOME! THANK FUCKING YOU RECRUITING AND RETENTION. If you're gonna enlist, just enlist. Fuck the bonuses.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 14:44 (2016)    Sujet du message: UP TO 20 UK PERSIBBEK TO TRAIN SYRIAN OPPOSITION INFANTRY, OTHER SKILLS Répondre en citant

UP TO 20 UK PERSIBBEK TO TRAIN SYRIAN OPPOSITION INFANTRY, OTHER SKILLS


© Flickr/ British High Commission, New Delhi Middle East 13:07 25.10.2016(updated 13:14 25.10.2016)

Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said that United Kingdom will step up its training program of Syrian opposition in the campaign to fight the Daesh jihadist group to include infantry and other skills.

Syrian rebels attend a training session in Maaret Ikhwan, near Idlib, Syria in 2012.


 © AP Photo/ Muhammed Muheisen If at First You Don't Succeed: UK to Train ‘Moderate Opposition’ Fighters in Syria Once More

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The United Kingdom will step up its training program of Syrian opposition in the campaign to fight the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group to include infantry and other skills, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said in a statement Tuesday.

"Daesh are the back foot. The RAF is already playing a leading role in the air, hitting them hard in Iraq and Syria. Now we’re stepping up our support by training moderate opposition forces outside Syria in the skills they need to defeat Daesh," Fallon said, using an Arabic acronym for the internationally, including in Russia, banned terrorist organization.

Up to 20 UK personnel would be deployed outside Syria to "provide vetted members of the moderate Syrian opposition groups" with infantry, medical and explosive hazard awareness skills, the statement said.

It specified that the training would focus on "basic infantry tactics, command and control, explosive hazard awareness training (EHAT) and medical training."

The announcement follows a request by the United States to assist its July 2016 train and equip program.

 https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201610251046697931-uk-syrian-opposition-infantry/



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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 14:53 (2016)    Sujet du message: HOLLANDE : AFTER MOSUL'S LIBERATION DAESH WILL FLEE TO RAQQA, AND WE NEED A PLAN / HOLLANDE TO SPUTNIK : FRANCE COULD SUPPORT 'MODERATE TO LIBERATE RAQQA Répondre en citant

HOLLANDE : AFTER MOSUL'S LIBERATION DAESH WILL FLEE TO RAQQA, AND WE NEED A PLAN



© Sputnik/ Hikmet Durgun Middle East 15:24 25.10.2016(updated 15:25 25.10.2016)

Topic: Military Operation to Retake Mosul From Daesh (73) 29702 The French president urged the US-led coalition to elaborate a plan for actions after Mosul is liberated from Daesh.

PARIS (Sputnik) — French President Francois Hollande has called on US-led coalition defense ministers on Tuesday to work out a specific anti-Daesh plan after the Iraqi government' advance to retake Mosul.

"We need to carefully examine how we will act in the coming weeks. I mean [Daesh stronghold] Raqqa in particular. We are convinced that a number of terrorists will flee to this city that, if Mosul will be taken, will become the last Daesh bastion. That is why you have to work together to designate the stages of future operations," Hollande said in opening remarks at a gathering of high-ranking military officials from 12 countries assessing the ongoing offensive.

On October 17, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced the start of a military operation to retake Mosul from Daesh, a jihadist group outlawed in a number of states including Russia.

According to reports, about 30,000 Iraqi soldiers and 4,000 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters are taking part in the operation, backed by airstrikes carried out by the US-led international coalition.

 https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201610251046704575-hollande-daesh-mosul-raqqa/

HOLLANDE TO SPUTNIK : FRANCE COULD SUPPORT 'MODERATE TO LIBERATE RAQQA

In an interview with Sputnik, French President Francois Hollande commented on France's potential involvement in the military operation in the Syrian city and possible deployment of ground troops there.

"You know that France does not have army for that. Although we provide support for the Iraqi forces in Iraq, it does not mean that we are able to intervene directly, using our army," the French president said.

We had been attacking targets in Syria and could continue doing so if it would be in the context of liberating Raqqa. But so far this is not the case," Hollande stated. "In Raqqa, in Syria, we will possibly support Arabic and Kurdish forces as well as anyone one who could unite the moderate elements of the opposition to make them participate in the operation in Raqqa."

On Thursday, French President Francois Hollande stated that Daesh militans are leaving the Iraqi city of Mosul amid attacks of the US-led coalition and fleeing to Raqa, their stronghold in neighboring Syria.

The French President stressed the necessity to stabilize Mosul after the end of the military operation and called for the international community not to abandon the city after the offensive is over. He also stated that after the "liberation of Mosul, the next goal will be Raqqa."

The reports of the prepared offensive on Raqqa have surfaced after the beginning of an operation to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from Daesh. The offensive started on October 17 and involves about 30,000 Iraqi soldiers and 4,000 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, supported by the US-led international coalition.

Mosul and Raqqa are large Daesh strongholds in Iraq and Syria, respectively. Daesh seized Mosul in 2014 and Raqqa in 2013 along with a number of other cities and towns in the two countries.

 https://sputniknews.com/politics/201610211046602472-hollande-moderate-forces-raqqa/


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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Oct - 15:05 (2016)    Sujet du message: "NEWS ALERT' FOX NEWS EXPOSES JIHAD IN AMERICA Répondre en citant

"NEWS ALERT' FOX NEWS EXPOSES JIHAD IN AMERICA

Many had denounce those groups for years, but now the government and the meida don't see any kind of danger about this jihadist groups arguing that they are on their private property. If the patriot movement will do the same, you can be sure that the Homeland Security forces will be there to arrest all these peoples and put all of them in prison under antiterrorist laws.



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Oct - 00:58 (2016)    Sujet du message: ATTENTION! NEW MARTIAL LAW ROLLED OUT & ELECTION STOLEN Répondre en citant



ATTENTION! NEW MARTIAL LAW ROLLED OUT & ELECTION STOLEN




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


AROL-AUTHORITARIAN RULE OF LAW-THE NEW MARTIAL LAW TO BE ROLLED OUT IF THE ELECTION CAN BE STOLEN





They call it AROL, the new Authoritarian Rule of Law.  It basically Executive Order 13603 on steroids in which the government takes control of ALL essential resources and imposes curfews and restricts the movement of the public.

Presently, there is a drill taking place in which the newest form of martial law will be rolled out on October 30th. I have been clearly been told from multiple sources that this is a SNAP drill that will go live if the election cannot be stolen on Clinton’s behalf. Please allow me to emphasize that every effort is being made to keep Trump out of the White House. At the same time, the globalists are seeking to turn lemons into lemonade. In other words, they can kill two birds with one stone. They feel they can stop Trump while at the same time begin what one of my sources calls “The Great American Purge”.

Interestingly, Mac Slavo reports on this in more detail that I am getting. However, we seem to differ on one important point. Mac stated that the drill has not yet happened and it has not announced. It will not be announced. Secondly, the drill is already underway. It was begun under the auspices of UWEX 16, which I have reported on several times on this sie.

The AROL phase of these new military/DHS/FEMA drills will take place the week before the election on 10/30-11/3. How convenient!

The following contains two short videos. In the first video, I briefly explain what is coming if this drill goes live. In the second video, I have proof that part of this was discussed in the US Senate in January of this year.

AROL- YOU SHOULD REALY FIND OUT WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT



VIDEO :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FccJOE1J2M

Here is Senate testimony in which “International Martial Law” was discussed. It give the President total dictatorial powers and he/she can send troops anywhere in the world, for any reason for as long as they choose.

US SENATOR WARNS THAT THE FEDERAL GOVT IS ABOUT TO DECLARE "INTERNATIONAL MARTIAL LAW"



VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zNTX8LaV_k

Ajoutée le 25 janv. 2016


Read the full story here: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/inte...


The dots are all connecting!

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2016/10/23/arol-authoritarian-rule-of-law…


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Oct - 01:13 (2016)    Sujet du message: USS CARNEY ARRIVES IN CONSTANTA, ROMANIA Répondre en citant

USS CARNEY ARRIVES IN CONSTANTA, ROMANIA

Story Number: NNS161026-14Release Date: 10/26/2016 2:46:00 PM


161024-N-ZE250-106 BOSPHORUS STRAIT (Oct. 24, 2016) USS Carney (DDG 64) transits the Bosphorus Strait in route to the Black Sea. Carney, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting a routine patrol in the U.S. 6th fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Weston Jones/Released)

By Petty Officer 3rd Class Weston Jones Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet

CONSTANTA, Romania (NNS) -- Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) arrived in Constanta, Romania, for a scheduled port visit Oct. 25.

Strengthening alliances during the port visit to Constanta, Romania, demonstrates the shared commitment to promote safety and stability within the region while seeking opportunities to enhance interoperability with NATO allies and partners.

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"Constanta, Romania, is a very beautiful place and we're fortunate to be able to enjoy its rich history and culture. This is Carney's first time visiting here since being forward deployed to Europe. The hospitality of our Romanian hosts has ensured a great time, and we can't wait to visit again." - Cmdr. Ken Pickard, commanding officer, USS Carney (DDG 64)

Quick Facts:

Carney is currently operating in the Black Sea, working with allies and regional partners to help develop and improve maritime forces, maintain regional security, and work towards mutual goals in order to advance security and stability in Europe.

Carney's port visit provides Sailors an opportunity to meet with naval counterparts in order to strengthen bonds and enhance partnerships.

The U.S. Navy, on a normal and routine basis, operates ships in the Black Sea consistent with the Montreux Convention and International Law.

Carney, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is on a routine patrol conducting naval operations with allies and partners in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in order to advance security and stability in the Black Sea region.

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

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

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

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Oct - 02:32 (2016)    Sujet du message: MARTIAL LAW "DRILL" FOR ENTIRE MONTH OF NOVEMBER! Répondre en citant

MARTIAL LAW "DRILL" FOR ENTIRE MONTH OF NOVEMBER!

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Month of November Dedicated to Muslims by the U.S President Obama
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UK SENDS TANKS, DRONES AND 800 SOLDIERS



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Oct - 02:48 (2016)    Sujet du message: FAA ISSUES “NO FLY ZONE” OVER AREA OF DAPL PROTESTES AT STANDING ROCK, ND,CANT DOCUMENT TYRANNY Répondre en citant

FAA ISSUES “NO FLY ZONE” OVER AREA OF DAPL PROTESTES AT STANDING ROCK, ND,CANT DOCUMENT TYRANNY



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Oct - 02:52 (2016)    Sujet du message: L’ASIE DU SUD-EST, FUTUR BASTION DE DAECH? Répondre en citant

L’ASIE DU SUD-EST, FUTUR BASTION DE DAECH?

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L’Asie du sud-est pourrait devenir un nouveau foyer d’activité de l’organisation extrémiste État islamique après la limitation de sa liberté de manœuvre en Syrie et en Irak, indique un rapport.

Les Philippines et les régions voisines risquent de former une nouvelle base de l’extrémisme international, prévient l’Institute of Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), un think-tank basé à Jakarta (Indonésie), dans un rapport publié sur son site mardi.

Les îles du sud des Philippines, depuis longtemps devenues le bastion d’organisations islamistes comme Abou Sayyaf, dont l’émir a prêté serment à Daech en 2014, pourraient devenir prochainement une base arrière des partisans de Daech venus de tous les pays d’Asie du sud-est, lit-on dans le texte, intitulé IPAC Report 33.

Les terroristes des Philippines du sud entretiennent déjà des liens étroits avec les islamistes d’Indonésie et de Malaisie. Daech perdant progressivement ses positions en Syrie et en Irak, les islamistes d’Asie du sud-est ont du mal à pénétrer au Proche-Orient et tendent donc à rejoindre les terroristes opérant dans leur voisinage.

Parmi les « conscrits » malaisiens et indonésiens, on trouve de nombreux étudiants ayant des connaissances en informatique, ce qui risque de provoquer une intensification du recrutement et de l’activité terroriste en Asie du sud-est, selon le rapport.

Or, les forces de sécurité de la région ne sont pas préparées à un tel scénario et ne possèdent pas de mécanisme efficace de coopération entre les services secrets dans la lutte suprarégionale contre l’extrémisme.

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LA GAUCHE ACCUSE L'EXTRÊME-DROITE DE NAZISME. L'EXTRÊME-DROITE DIT QUE LES NAZIS ETAIENTS SOCIALISTES : UNE AFFICHE D'EPOQUE LES MET TOUS D'ACCORD


Publié par Jean-Patrick Grumberg le 25 octobre 2016



En période de guerre— et nous sommes en période de guerre idéologique aiguë— la première victime est la vérité.
 
La propagande est partout. Cela fait longtemps que l’extrême-droite est diabolisée par la gauche et accusée d’être l’héritier bâtard des nazis, tandis qu’elle répond que nazi veut dire national socialiste, et accuse le socialisme d’avoir enfanté le monstre.

La propagande est partout oui.

Elle est à l’UNESCO pour dire que les Juifs et les Chrétiens n’ont aucun lien avec Jérusalem ; à Berlin pour dire que les Allemands n’ont jamais été aussi heureux que depuis que les réfugiés violent leurs femmes dans les festivals et défèquent dans les piscines municipales ; à Calais où les médias suivent l’expulsion des violents gangs illégaux, sans évoquer qu’ils vont créer 30 nouveaux Calais partout en France, et à Paris où l’on vous dira tout à la fois que l’immigration est une chance pour la France, mais qu’elle n’existe que dans le cerveau malade des identitaires.

Je regardais, perplexe, une vidéo où une ONG applaudit les «enfants réfugiés» descendant des bus en Grande-Bretagne, et je me disais : même là ?

Ne ratez aucun des articles de Dreuz, inscrivez-vous gratuitement à notre Newsletter.

L’aveuglement idéologique est si puissant que personne ne se souvient plus à quoi ressemble un enfant ?

Voir ces costauds gaillards barbus d’un mètre quatre-vingt descendre du bus, et entendre les commentateurs dire que ce sont des enfants mineurs aura été pour moi un nouveau moment de prise de conscience de la dérive médiatique.

Que dit l’affiche ci-dessus ?

L’armée du socialisme t’appelle

Engage-toi à la Waffen-SS

 
Il me semble que la polémique est tranchée par ce document historique et que nous pouvons refermer ce dossier en concluant : le socialisme est bien à l’origine du nazisme.

Reproduction autorisée avec la mention suivante : © Jean-Patrick Grumberg pour Dreuz.info.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Oct - 05:17 (2016)    Sujet du message: HSC WEAPONS SCHOOL PACIFIC HOSTS INAUGURAL ANTI-SURFACE WARFACE EXERCISE Répondre en citant

HSC WEAPONS SCHOOL PACIFIC HOSTS INAUGURAL ANTI-SURFACE WARFACE EXERCISE

Story Number: NNS161027-17Release Date: 10/27/2016 2:00:00 PM

By Lt. Rebekah Saxon, Helicopter Sea Combat Weapons School Pacific Public Affairs

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Helicopter Sea Combat Weapons School Pacific (HSCWSP) concluded the inaugural Phoenix Fire exercise, Oct. 21.

The training focused on littoral combat in a contested environment utilizing the Navy's Southern California Offshore Range (SCORE) on San Clemente Island, California.

The exercise grew out of HSC Wing Pacific's desire to increase the fidelity of training for its MH-60S Seahawk helicopter squadrons in anti-surface warfare (ASuW) with a focus on close air support (CAS). Cmdr. Frank Ingargiola, the commanding officer of HSCWSP, made the exact purpose of this exercise clear to his crew.

"Joint training is an absolute necessity in today's environment," Ingargiola said. "This exercise was designed to break down intra- and inter-service stove pipes in order to take advantage of one another's capabilities and mitigate HSC gaps through training. This exercise has accomplished that and so much more for our helicopter crews."

As the number of ground participants grew, Phoenix Fire increased in breadth to include the training and evaluation of three nations' personnel, six ground units, more than eight aviation platforms, two surface combatants, and the test, development, and evaluation (TD&E) of the MH-60S, the Advanced Precision Kill Weapons System (APKWS).

Phoenix Fire lead planners from HSCWSP were Marine Maj. Christopher "Habu" Walker, Navy Lt. David "Rage" Richardson, Navy Lt. Drew "Peacock" Kollmann, and U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Tavis "TD" Delaney of the 116th Aviation Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) as the lead joint terminal attack controller (JTAC) for the exercise.

"The exercise began as a one-week focus on CAS at San Clemente Island," said Richardson. "Once we brought 'TD' on board, we were able to turn it into a two-week, incredibly dynamic exercise including more assets than seen even at Air Wing Fallon."

"Phoenix Fire is unique as the first HSC wing-hosted exercise in that its focus is rotary-wing employment," said Walker. "Real air crew and real JTACs working together in full scenario from wheels-up to wheels-down resulted in real successes and real failures. Debriefing to those successes and failures is where the learning occurred."

Phoenix Fire focused on the integration of multiple assets from all over the world. Participants included JTACs from the 116th ASOS, 6th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO), Canadian Special Operations Forces (CANSOF), Special Operations Command (SOCOMD) Australia, and the U.S. Army's Special Forces Group (SFG).

HSC Wing Pacific MH-60S squadrons provided the bulk of the air support, but were frequently accompanied by MH-60R Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadrons (HSMs), F/A-18 Super Hornet Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFAs), Marine Fighter Attack Squadrons (VMFAs), Air Test and Evaluation Squadrons (VXs), KC-130 Hercules Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadrons (VMGRs), and Royal Netherlands air force with F-35A Lightning II. Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91) provided surface combatant support with Coastal Riverine Group (CRG) 1 with their MK VI patrol craft. These forces prosecuted land-based targets on the island, one expendable high-speed maneuverable surface target (HSMST), and multiple towed targets.

Training included live and simulated fires from rotary wing, fixed wing, and surface assets.

"As we shrink our footprint in the GWOT (global war on terrorism), military branches are again regressing to the misbelief that they alone can win the next war," said Delaney. "Incestuous, compartmentalized, single-service centric training is becoming the norm. It is extremely unlikely that the U.S. military will ever again act unilaterally. The importance of coalition forces training together in a littoral environment, while simultaneously combining surface, air, and ground elements cannot be stressed enough. Phoenix Fire and events like it will ensure that the hard-won lessons of the past are not lost."

Phoenix Fire represents the foundation of CAS mission development within the Navy's HSC community. Each participating entity received a unique training opportunity and helped to develop, foster, and sustain cooperative relationships that are critical to ensuring safe and effective mission execution.

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

For more news from Commander, Naval Air Forces, visit www.navy.mil/local/airpac/.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Oct - 05:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: STATEMENT FROM SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ASH CARTER ON CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD BONUS PAYMENTS Répondre en citant

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STATEMENT FROM SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ASH CARTER ON CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD BONUS PAYMENTS

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Release No: NR-379-16
Oct. 26, 2016

 There is no more important responsibility for the Department of Defense than keeping faith with our people. That means treating them fairly and equitably, honoring their service and sacrifice, and keeping our word Rolling Eyes . Today, in keeping with that obligation, I am ordering a series of steps to ensure fair treatment for thousands of California National Guard soldiers who may have received incentive bonuses and tuition assistance improperly as a result of errors and in some cases criminal behavior by members of the California National Guard Rolling Eyes .
 
While some soldiers knew or should have known they were ineligible for benefits they were claiming, many others did not. About 2,000 have been asked, in keeping with the law, to repay erroneous payments. There is an established process in place by which service members can seek relief from such obligations. Hundreds of affected guard members in California have sought and been granted relief. But that process has simply moved too slowly and in some cases imposed unreasonable burdens on service members. That is unacceptable. So today, on the recommendation of Deputy Secretary Work, I am ordering measures to make sure we provide affected service members the support they need and deserve.
 
First, I have ordered the Defense Finance and Accounting Service to suspend all efforts to collect reimbursement from affected California National Guard members, effective as soon as is practical. This suspension will continue until I am satisfied that our process is working effectively. Second, I have ordered a team of senior department officials, led by the senior personnel official in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Peter Levine, to assess the situation and establish no later than Jan. 1, 2017 a streamlined, centralized process that ensures the fair and equitable treatment of our service members and the rapid resolution of these cases. The objective will be to complete the decision-making process on all cases as soon as possible - and no later than July 1, 2017.
 
Ultimately, we will provide for a process that puts as little burden as possible on any soldier who received an improper payment through no fault of his or her own. At the same time, it will respect our important obligation to the taxpayer.
 
I want to be clear: this process has dragged on too long, for too many service members. Too many cases have languished without action. That's unfair to service members and to taxpayers. The steps I've outlined are designed to meet our obligations to both, and to do so quickly.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Oct - 05:33 (2016)    Sujet du message: MD5 – A NEW DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE NATIONAL SECURITY TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATOR – OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES WITH DISASTER RELIEF HACKATHON IN NEW YORK CITY Répondre en citant

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MD5 – A NEW DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE NATIONAL SECURITY TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATOR – OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES WITH DISASTER RELIEF HACKATHON IN NEW YORK CITY


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Release No: NR-368-16
Oct. 14, 2016


The MD5 National Security Technology Accelerator, a public-private partnership between the Department of Defense (DoD), New York University (NYU) and a large network of top U.S. research universities, is being officially launched at a hackathon today in Brooklyn, New York.  During the inaugural MD5 Hack, technologists from across the country will work together with military and civilian first responders, including the New York Fire Department, to create solutions to humanitarian assistance & disaster relief challenges in dense urban environments.
 
Through programs like the hackathon, MD5 aims to educate and build a network of innovators and entrepreneurs equipped with the incentives, expertise, know-how, and resources required to successfully develop, commercialize and apply DoD technology.
 
Civil-military collaboration has led to some of the most significant technology innovations of the modern world, including the Internet, GPS, and autonomous vehicles. Following on this tradition, a range of stakeholders led by some of the nation’s leading research universities have come together to make the inaugural MD5 Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief hackathon a reality. Partners include: New York University, Columbia University, West Virginia University, University of Southern Mississippi, GE, One Defense, Bunker Labs, the Partnership for New York City and many more.
 
“While the Department of Defense maintains an unparalleled commitment to inventing the future, we do not have a monopoly on innovation or sufficient resources to apply and scale all of the great technology that we produce,” said Adam Jay Harrison, director of MD5. “Our mission is to develop the people and human-centered networks necessary to compete and win in the rapidly changing technology and national security environments.”
 
Over three days, hackathon teams comprised of researchers, entrepreneurs, first responders, and military personnel will develop prototype products in three core challenge areas related to disaster relief: logistics and planning, real time communications and response efforts. Solutions will potentially incorporate a range of technologies including augmented reality, sensor fusion, crowdsourcing, data analytics, robotics, wearables, autonomy and AI.
 
Gen. Paul Selva, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff and a leading advocate for innovation in the Department of Defense, said today's national security environment is different from the one the U.S. faced in the Cold War. "Through programs like MD5, the defense department will continue to cultivate innovation and creative problem solving as a core leadership competence and expand opportunities to collaborate with our partners in academia and industry to solve our biggest national security challenges."
 
This hackathon will be the first in a series of MD5 Hack events that focus on bringing together participants from diverse civilian and military backgrounds to prototype solutions to challenges of shared interest.
 
Speakers at the event will include André Gudger, deputy assistant secretary of defense for manufacturing and industrial base policy, Katepalli R. Sreenivasan, president and dean of engineering at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and Josh Wolfe, co-founder and managing partner at Lux Capital.
 
MD5, part of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy, is an important element of the DoD innovation enterprise. Within this context, it supports three key functions related to building the future national security workforce: one, developing national security innovators who continuously test and improve legacy processes and technology; two, creating human-centered networks that address DoD’s capability needs in an agile, cost-effective manner; and three, spurring ventures that develop, commercialize, or apply technology relevant to the DoD.
 
To learn more about the hackathon and MD5, please visit https://md5.net/hackathonf16.
 
  About MD5

The MD5 National Security Technology Accelerator is a public-private partnership between the Department of Defense, NYU and a large network of top U.S. research universities that promotes civil-military technology collaboration. MD5 does not make dilutive investments in technology startups. Instead, it provides the tools, training, and access to DOD assets like infrastructure and intellectual property that empower entrepreneurs to build businesses that make a difference.

By creating high-impact ventures based on non-sensitive Defense technology, we are reclaiming DOD’s historical role at the center of the nation’s commercial technology value chain.
 
In the coming months, MD5 will be rolling out programming across each of its three portfolios of activity.  Its ‘education’ portfolio trains entrepreneurs to bring new technologies to life.  The ‘collaboration’ portfolio, which includes its hackathon events, connects skilled innovators to solve pressing challenges.  The ‘acceleration’ portfolio provides the support needed to turn an idea or functioning prototype into a scaling venture

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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Oct - 23:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: ALERT. ALERT COVERT 18 STATE SWAT DRILL IN PREP FOR BACKLASH FROM STOLEN ELECTION Répondre en citant

ALERT. ALERT COVERT 18 STATE SWAT DRILL IN PREP FOR BACKLASH FROM STOLEN ELECTION 



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MessagePosté le: Sam 29 Oct - 00:36 (2016)    Sujet du message: L’OTAN MUSCLE SA PRESENCE EN MER MEDITERRANEE Répondre en citant

L’OTAN MUSCLE SA PRESENCE EN MER MEDITERRANEE

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L’envoi de matériel militaire supplémentaire dans la zone méditerranéenne serait destiné à endiguer l’immigration clandestine. D’ici deux semaines, l’Otan enverra de nouveaux avions et navires en mer Méditerranée dans le cadre de l’opération Sea Guardian, a annoncé le secrétaire général de l’Alliance Jens Stoltenberg.

L’Otan soutiendra ainsi, selon lui, l’opération de l’UE réalisée dans la région méditerranéenne afin d’endiguer l’immigration clandestine. Parallèlement, l’Alliance atlantique suit de près les déplacements du groupe aéronaval russe dans la mer Méditerranée, mais considère comme admissible la présence dans les eaux internationales du porte-avions russe Admiral Kuznetsov.

Source: Sputnik

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MessagePosté le: Sam 29 Oct - 01:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: ALERTE - PREUVE QUE QUELQUE CHOSE SE PREPARE EN AMERIQUE Répondre en citant

ALERTE - PREUVE QUE QUELQUE CHOSE SE PREPARE EN AMERIQUE



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En France aussi beaucoup de convois militaires ...

Source : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDrHU...

TRAIN MILITAIRE ALLEMAND EN FRANCE - DEUTSCH MILITÄRISCHEN ZUG IN FRANKREICH .(1/3)

2010 - Autres vidéos sur YouTube


Il semble que depuis 2010 la France s'est positionnée et est déjà prête par tous les équipements militaires qui y sont entrés. Nous voyons de plus en plus de jets, d'hélicoptères et d'avions militaires au-dessus de nos têtes. De plus, les forces de l'OTAN aussi sont de plus en plus présentes sur tout le sol européen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7jTfiyLAwY

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MessagePosté le: Lun 31 Oct - 11:12 (2016)    Sujet du message: EMERGENCY MESSAGE TO MILITARY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT Répondre en citant

EMERGENCY MESSAGE TO MILITARY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

By all the vaccines, the alien implant they have received over the years, and the SPLC therapies (new age health care!!!) + the killer soldiers and killer robots around the world, how this emergency message will have effect on those troops? Most of them are disconnect to this reality.



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US, ROYAL CAMBODIAN FORCES COMBINE FOR CARAT CAMBODIA 2016

Story Number: NNS161031-13 Release Date: 10/31/2016 10:44:00 AM
 
From 30th Naval Construction Regiment Public Affairs



161031-N-OU129-011 SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (Oct. 31, 2016) The official party render salutes during the playing of the national anthems during the opening ceremony of Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Cambodia 2016. CARAT is a series of annual maritime exercises between the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the armed forces of nine partner nations to include Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Timor-Leste. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Fulton/Released)

SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (NNS) -- U.S. and Royal Cambodian navy (RCN) service members kicked off the 7th annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise in Cambodia with an opening ceremony at Ream Navy Base, Oct. 31.

Held consecutively since 2010, CARAT Cambodia is a bilateral training exercise to increase cooperation and enhance maritime security between the U.S. and Cambodian navies.

"Our navies enter into CARAT with a common goal to increase force readiness and interoperability," said Capt. Erich Diehl, commander, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Pacific. "CARAT provides a unique opportunity to work alongside and learn from the Royal Cambodian navy, and build upon our core expeditionary capabilities. The benefit is mutual, and ensures a strong collective capacity to employ our maritime capability most effectively."

Throughout the week, U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 5; Sailors from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 5; Coastal Riverine Group (CRG) 2; Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit (NEPMU) 6; and Marines from 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment will work hand-in-hand with their Cambodian counterparts in subjects such as command and control, small unit tactics, amphibious operations, preventive medicine, boat operations, and maintenance, among others.

Each topic discussed during the week will be demonstrated during a field training exercise, flexing the different learned skill sets which will include an amphibious landing.

"We look forward to an exciting week and the opportunity to strengthen our longstanding relationship with the Royal Cambodian armed forces," said Capt. Jeffrey Kilian, commodore, 30th Naval Construction Regiment. "We view this exercise as a premier event bringing our two countries together, and a model for how the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps and Royal Cambodian armed forces can work together to address shared maritime security priorities, develop relationships, and enhance interoperability."

Approximately 150 U.S. Sailors and 200 Royal Cambodian sailors are participating in CARAT Cambodia 2016. The U.S. 7th Fleet Band will also perform for local communities around Sihanoukville at the M'Lop Tapang Orphanage, Don Bosco Technical School, Ream Primary School, Village D'enfant, as well as a public concert.

Many of the U.S. service members and their equipment arrived in Cambodia aboard USNS Millinocket (T-EPF 3), a Spearhead-class expeditionary fast transport.

CARAT is a series of bilateral naval exercises between the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and the armed forces of Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Timor-Leste. CARAT 2016 is the most complex series to date. Its continuing relevance for more than two decades speaks to the high quality of exercise events and the enduring value of regional cooperation among allies and partners in South and Southeast Asia.

Commander, Task Force (CTF) 75, is the primary expeditionary task force responsible for the planning and execution of coastal riverine operations, explosive ordnance disposal, diving engineering and construction, and underwater construction in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility.

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

For more news from Destroyer Squadron 7, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/ds7/.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 1 Nov - 04:01 (2016)    Sujet du message: IKE CSG CONDUCTS JOINT ADEX Répondre en citant

IKE CSG CONDUCTS JOINT ADEX

Story Number: NNS161031-12Release Date: 10/31/2016 10:31:00 AM   

By Petty Officer 3rd Class Cole Keller, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) Public Affairs


161019-N-QN175-071 ARABIAN GULF (Oct. 19, 2016) Sailors prepare for flight operations aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69). Dwight D. Eisenhower and its carrier strike group are deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve, maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Seaman Dartez C. Williams/Released)

ARABIAN GULF (NNS) -- The Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (Ike CSG) and the U.S. Air Force conducted a joint air defense exercise (ADEX) in the Arabian Gulf, Oct. 25.

The objective of the ADEX was to improve integration of Navy and Air Force defense efforts while protecting aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) (Ike) from simulated aerial threats.

The training was designed to simulate real-world scenarios the ship may encounter at sea.

The exercise consisted of multiple platforms from both branches, including guided-missile cruisers USS San Jacinto (CG 56) and USS Monterey (CG 61), guided-missile destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70), and the squadrons of embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 3 aboard Ike.

"The exercise was a big accomplishment," said Lt. Anand Jantzen, San Jacinto's fire control officer and liaison officer aboard Ike. "Not only was the strike group still conducting our primary mission supporting Operation Inherent Resolve, but we also directed a joint exercise simultaneously."

The U.S. Air Force provided two big-wing tankers and two F-22 Raptors from the "Bulldogs" of the 525th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron to support 13 aircraft from the Ike CSG. During the exercise, both forces were utilized and divided into "red air" hostile threats and "blue air," the strike group's air defense force.

The air support provided by the red and blue air allowed a simulation of actual engagements and an opportunity to train in scenarios, which created a challenging environment. The air crews were able to work on their proficiency and meet different mission objectives.

"We were able to exercise the full Ike CSG capability and integrate that with the Air Force," said Lt. Cmdr. Tommy Kolwicz, Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 86's operations officer. "We had full integration from the fighters in the air to the tactical actions officers and watchstanders on the surface ships."

Red air's objective was to overwhelm the CSG's air defenses with simulated air-to-surface missiles. Aircraft flew missile profiles towards the surface ships so they could practice going through pre-planned responses and simulate shooting down anti-surface missiles.

The cruisers were tested in their ability to protect Ike, which acted as a high-value unit (HVU), and demonstrated their ability to conduct air defense.

"The main goal for the cruisers is to protect the HVU from air threats, and fill in as the alternate air intercept controllers in case the E-2C Hawkeye is unable to do so," Jantzen said.

Kolwicz further explained across the CSG and between both branches, there was an emphasis on gathering perspective from areas outside of normal operations. As a pilot, he was able to provide a personal view of his role to the watchstanders on the ship and learn from subject matter experts. Overall, the Navy and Air Force were able to gain hands-on understanding of each other's tactics and capabilities.

"The biggest focus was on integration," Jantzen said. "In a real-world scenario the Air Force has aircraft that we can request to support our mission, just like we support theirs. Joint missions are the cornerstone of the United States military, and our ability to work with the other services towards a common mission makes us stronger. I'm extremely confident in the ability of all the personnel involved. It allowed everyone to see different aspects of the normal routine."

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USS MITSCHER SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCTS MISSILE FIRING EXERCISE

Story Number: NNS161031-10Release Date: 10/31/2016 9:21:00 AM

From USS Mitscher Public Affairs

ATLANTIC OCEAN (NNS) -- Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57) successfully launched a Standard Missile (SM) off the coast of Virginia Oct. 18 as part of testing the latest version of the AEGIS Weapon System.

The SM was launched against a representative target which was successfully destroyed.

Cmdr. Brett Oster, commanding officer, was extremely pleased with the crew's performance.

"I couldn't be more proud of the crew coming together as a team after a long yard period. They demonstrated their professionalism and performed flawlessly. Their families and country should be proud of them and have the confidence that they are prepared to do their duty. It was a great day for each of them, Mitscher, and the Navy."

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeffrey Goforth was responsible for verifying the veracity of the firing solution information and firing the missile. His role as the Missile Systems Supervisor ensured the missile was aligned to the target.

"It's always exciting to fire a missile whether it's in training or in real life. These types of events are the key to prepare us to go into harm's way and to be able to defend the ship against any threat."

Goforth spoke about his confidence in his team to launch a missile in defense of the Mitscher and shared his optimism on future improvement.

"I think we'll only get better because we will go into a training phase where we will spend a large amount of time honing our skills."

Mitscher recently completed the AEGIS ACB-12 upgrade during and Extended Dry-dock Selected Restricted Availability where major portions of the ship's combat systems were upgraded. The missile shoot is part of Mitscher's overall test schedule that will flex the entire combat system ensuring total combat lethality.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Richard Tennant, who operated the SPY-1(D) phased array radar, shared his thoughts on the success of the exercise. He gave an insider's perspective highlighting the hard work of his division and the technical support industry partners.

"The AEGIS Fire Controlmen put in an incredible amount of effort and time to ensure the system was operating perfectly.

The support we received from our industry partners was excellent and was a great help in being prepared. It was a total team effort to successfully shoot down the target!"

Mitscher is the second U.S. Navy warship named in honor of Adm. Marc A. Mitscher. Adm. Mitscher was a famed naval aviator who earned distinction as one of the U.S. Navy's great battle commanders in his 41 years of service to his country.

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Secretary of Defense Speech: Remarks on "The Path to an Innovative Future for Defense" (CSIS Third Offset Strategy Conference)

As Delivered by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, Washington, D.C., Oct. 28, 2016.

Thanks, John, for that introduction, and, more importantly – where’d John go? – for your many years of service, many years of friendship to me, and wonderful service to our country over so many years, and leadership of this great institution.

I also want to thank CSIS for hosting this important conference, and I want to commend my Deputy Secretary of Defense – Bob – and General Paul Selva – guys, thanks for holding the fort down last week – for their leadership and hard work in leading the technology investment thrusts we call the Third Offset Strategy.  I’ll speak about that, but of course, in this speech I also want to speak about about innovation in all its dimensions – of which technological innovation is a piece, a very important piece.  Because being more innovative in every way we can is critical to the future success of our military and our Defense Department.

Today, we have the finest fighting force the world has ever known.  There’s no other military that’s stronger, more capable, more experienced, or frankly, more innovative.  That’s why our military edge is second-to-none.  And it’s a fact every American ought to be proud of.

But it’s also a fact that our military’s excellence isn’t a birthright.  It’s not guaranteed.  And we can’t take it for granted in the 21st century – we have to earn it again and again.  And that’s what this is all about:  innovating to stay the best.  And I want to talk to you today about how we’re doing that in some different areas – our technology, our operations, our organization, and above all, our people.

And right now it’s imperative we do so, because we live in a relentlessly changing, and fiercely competitive world.  There’s the faster pace of change, which sets up a fierce competition between the present and the future; competition with other nations, not only with us, but also with each other; and competition with terrorists and other malefactors for whom we are the game to beat – if they can – even if only in one place and at one time.

Technology is one example of such change and competition that many of us have long been familiar with.  When I began my own career in physics decades ago, most technology of consequence originated in America, and much of that was sponsored by government, especially the Department of Defense.  Today, we’re still major sponsors, but much more technology is commercial.  The technology base is global.  And other countries have been trying to catch up with the breakthroughs that for the last several decades made our military more advanced than any other.  And much of the frontier of innovation is commercial, leading to additional sources of competitive dynamism outside our five walls.

Against this background, your Defense Department is confronting a world security environment that’s also dramatically different than the last generation, and even the generation before that.  Indeed, the U.S. military is at this moment addressing five major, unique, and rapidly evolving challenges.  We’re countering the prospect of Russian aggression and coercion, especially in Europe.  We’re managing historic change in the Asia-Pacific – the single most consequential region for America’s future.  We’re strengthening our deterrent and defense forces in the face of North Korea’s continued nuclear and missile provocations.  We’re checking Iranian aggression and malign influence in the Gulf, and protecting our friends and allies in the Middle East.  We’re accelerating the certain and lasting defeat of ISIL – destroying it in its parent tumor in Iraq and Syria, and everywhere else it metastasizes around the world, even as we help protect our homeland and our people.  And at the same time as all of this, we’re preparing to contend with an uncertain future – ensuring that we continue to be ready for challenges we may not anticipate today.

We don’t have the luxury of choosing between these challenges – we have to do them all.  And as the world changes and complexity increases, we’ll have to change, too – how to invest, how we fight, how we operate as an organization, and how we attract and nourish talent.

As we do, we have to be able to move fast, because the advantages we expect to derive from each innovative cycle today will not last as long as they used to.  All the commercial and global change that’s occurred across the technology landscape has made repeated and rapid cycles necessary, and made high-end tech a lot more accessible to competitors.

Think about it.  While the Cold War arms race was characterized by the inexorable but steady accumulation of strength – with the leader simply having more, bigger, or better weapons – today’s era of military competition is characterized by the additional variables of speed and agility, such that leading the race now frequently depends on who can out-innovate faster than everyone else, and even change the game.  In the area of investment, it’s no longer just a matter of what we buy.  Now more than ever, what also matters is how we buy things, how quickly we buy things, whom we buy them from, and how rapidly and creatively we can adapt them and use them in different and innovative ways – all this to stay ahead of future threats and future enemies technologically.

That’s why I’ve been so intent as Secretary of Defense not only to plant the seeds for a number of different technologies that we think will be determinative in giving us a warfighting advantage for the future – more on those in a moment – but also to be more innovative and agile in all aspects of DoD:  in our operations, in our organization, and in the talent management of our all-volunteer forces.

In each of these four areas, I – along with the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, the Service Chiefs, all our excellent Combatant Commanders, and the Defense Department’s civilian leadership – have had a lot of help.  We’ve had help from Washington think tanks like CSIS, from our defense labs and industry partners, and also from many innovative Americans who understand the innovation imperative and who aren’t in our community now, but understand the need for our mission of national security and want to help.  And all of us have been pushing the Pentagon to think outside our five-sided box and invest aggressively in innovation.

And I want to focus on that in the rest of my remarks – the clear strategic imperative we have to innovate in each area, how we’ve been innovating so far, and how we need to innovate going forward.

Given the topic of this particular conference, I’ll start with technology.

The strategic imperative to innovate technologically is well-known to those who’ve been paying attention, and that’s many of you here at CSIS.  Nations like Russia and China are trying to close the technology gap with the United States, and as I noted, high-end military technology has diffused – sometimes becoming available to countries like North Korea and Iran, as well as non-state actors.  And at the same time, our own reliance on technological systems like satellites and the Internet has grown, creating vulnerabilities that our adversaries are eager to exploit.

To stay ahead of these threats, and to stay the best, we’re pushing the envelope with research and development in new technologies like data science, biotech, cyber defense, electronic warfare, robotics, undersea warfare, autonomy, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and much, much more.  And I’ll repeat yet again, since it keeps coming up, that when it comes to using autonomy in our weapons systems, we will always have a human being in decision-making about the use of force.

Now we’re making some serious investments here.  Just to remind you, the latest budget I’ve proposed – a budget I strongly encourage Congress to pass when they return to Washington next month – will invest $72 billion in research and development in the next year alone.  That’s more than double what Apple, Intel, and Google spent last year on R&D combined.

This budget marked a strategic turning point for the Department of Defense, with our Third Offset Strategy driving a wide range of new, innovative technological investments in order to advance and sharpen our military edge.  We’re making these investments because we aren’t yet exactly certain what, or where, this offset is going to come from – it could be one area of technology, or several.  Remember, previous offset strategies were generational successes, reflections of the security environment of their eras, and were only recognized as such after the fact.  Today, speed and agility are key, and because of the world we live in, the next offset will not look like previous ones.  And it may not even end up being what we might consider a traditional ‘offset’ strategy at all.  That’s why we’re seeding these investments in lots of different technologies – so we can see which ones germinate, how they develop, what they produce, and how we can use them most effectively.

And in addition to these critical investments, it’s important to note how DoD is innovating technologically – how we’re innovating technologically – by creating technologies from within, by bringing in technology from without, and by repurposing technologies and capabilities we already have.  Because different entities are focused on each.

Within the Defense Department, we have dozens of DoD labs and engineering centers across the country – each one home to great technological innovators, both civilian and military, who work closely with a very innovative defense industry that’s long supported us and kept us on the cutting edge.  And they’re continuing to do so today, across a wide range of critical technologies.  For example, our Navy labs are developing and prototyping undersea drones in multiple sizes and with diverse payloads – which is important, since among other reasons unmanned undersea vehicles can operate in shallow waters where manned submarines cannot.  Also, our Army labs are working on gun-based missile defenses, which can help defeat incoming missile raids at much lower cost per round than more expensive interceptors – imposing higher costs on the attacker.  And our Air Force labs are pioneering applications for neuromorphic computing – that is, hardware, software, and systems inspired by the working mechanisms of the human brain – which offers the prospect of overcoming the limitations of current computing architectures, and enabling information superiority in air, space, and cyberspace.

As I said, America’s innovative defense industry is a key partner in this – because, remember, we don’t build anything in the Pentagon.  That’s not the American way.  The Soviet Union tried that, and it didn’t work out very well for them.

Today, with more technological innovation happening in the commercial sector, we need to be able to identify and do business with companies outside our traditional defense orbit as well as those within, and welcome them into our defense technology community.  That’s why last year I created our Defense Innovation Unit-Experimental, or DIUx – to help build bridges with startups and other commercial technology firms located in innovation ecosystems across the United States, and help us more quickly adopt technologies that can help our troops accomplish their missions.  DIUx opened its doors last August with a West Coast office in Silicon Valley, and since then, we iterated and launched DIUx 2.0 in May, and opened a DIUx East Coast office in Boston, and established an outpost in Austin, Texas.  One important area where DIUx recently solicited proposals is in micro-satellites and advanced analytics – leveraging the revolution in commercial space and machine learning to transform how we use space-based tools and advanced data processing to provide critical situational awareness to forces around the world.  And it also adds resilience, by the way, to our national space architecture.

Meanwhile, under the guidance of the Strategic Capabilities Office, or SCO, we’re also changing and adapting how we use existing platforms and technologies already in our inventory – giving them new roles and game-changing capabilities to confound potential opponents.  As some of you know, I created SCO in 2012 when I was Deputy Secretary of Defense – putting Will Roper, by the way, in charge of it, Will – and earlier this year, I lifted the veil on several of its projects that we’re investing in, such as the arsenal plane, a new anti-ship capability for the SM-6 missile, and swarming drones on the sea and in the air.  In fact, this technology took a large step forward just this week.  You’ll be hearing more about that in the months to come

A prominent theme of SCO’s work is spearheading creative and unexpected new ways to use our existing missiles and advanced munitions across varied domains.  One example of this I want to highlight – it’s something that we haven’t talked about publically before today – is SCO’s project to develop a cross-domain capability for the Army Tactical Missile System, or ATACMS.  By integrating an existing seeker onto the front of the missile, they’re enabling it to hit moving targets, both at sea as well as on land.  With this capability, what was previously an Army surface-to-surface missile system can project power from coastal locations up to 300 kilometers into the maritime domain.*

Going forward, as these and other investments yield new weapons systems and warfighting capabilities in the coming years – some of them much sooner than you might think – they’ll need to be demonstrated so that they’re effective in deterring future conflict.  And it will be important to ensure they are allowed to run their course.  We have to protect the most promising, and integrate those concepts and ideas into our programs, rather than let them be uprooted just because they’re new – which is always a tendency in tight budgets.

Of course, how we use technology is just as important as the technology itself, if not more, which is why we’re also investing aggressively in operational innovation.  Our plans and operations must account not only for the evolving challenges we face from our competitors, but also the opportunities afforded by new capabilities as they come on line – so technological and operational innovation must go hand-in-glove.

Here, the strategic imperative is rooted in the fact that while we’ve spent the last 15 years innovating expertly – and I’m very proud of it – in how we kill terrorists and counter insurgencies, we did so to some extent at the expense of our expertise in full-spectrum warfighting.  Other nations have gotten good at that over the years, and in some cases they’ve been devising new methods to try to counter our advantages and pre-empt us from being able to respond – not just by developing high-tech weapons, but also by crafting operational approaches such as hybrid warfare techniques.

For these reasons, we’ve been reinvigorating our training across the services to return to full-spectrum readiness, and we’ve been re-thinking how we operate to find new advantages against potential adversaries – including by changing and adapting how we might fight with friends and allies.  For example, in Europe, we’ve been working with our NATO allies to adapt and write a new playbook for our Strong and Balanced strategic approach to Russia – one that takes the lessons of history and leverages our alliance’s strengths in new, networked ways to counter new challenges like cyber and hybrid warfare; to integrate conventional and nuclear deterrence; and to adjust our posture and presence so we can be more agile and responsive.  And in the Asia-Pacific, we’ve been modernizing our alliances, strengthening new partnerships, and helping to build a Principled and Inclusive regional Security Network.

This rubber meets the road in how we’re revising our actual plans for potential operations themselves.  Now, we’re always updating our plans and developing new operational concepts to account for any changes in potential adversary threats and capabilities, but we’ve also updated our core contingency plans to make sure they apply innovation to our operational approaches – including ways to overcome emerging threats, such as cyberattacks, anti-satellite weapons, and anti-access, area denial systems.  And at the same time that we innovate in our plans to counter these conventional threats, we’re also ensuring that – with respect to potential confrontations with nuclear powers – we continue to sustain America’s nuclear deterrent as we recapitalize our nuclear triad and infrastructure.

Overall, we’re building in modularity that gives our chain of command’s most senior decision-makers a greater variety of choices.  We’re making sure planners take into account how to prevail if they have to execute their plan at the same time another contingency is taking place, so they don’t fall into a trap of presuming the one they’re planning for would be the only thing we’d be doing in the world at that time.  We’re injecting agility and flexibility into our processes, because the world, its challenges, and our potential opponents are not monolithic, and we have to be just as dynamic to stay ahead of them.  And we’re prioritizing transregional and transfunctional integration in our plans – which is an imperative considering that conflict doesn’t segment anymore, and the challenges we face today are less likely than ever before to confine themselves to neat regional or functional boundaries.  This was one of the Goldwater-Nichols reforms I proposed here at CSIS nearly seven months ago, and it will be coordinated on my behalf by our Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Joe Dunford – whom, by the way, we’re very fortunate to have in his job.  Recommending him to President Obama was one of the best decisions I’ve made as Secretary of Defense.

The result of this is that we’ve revised all of our war plans to ensure we have the agility and ability to win the fights we’re in, the wars that could happen today, and the wars that could happen in the future.  And while I can’t say more – and if any audience can appreciate why, a CSIS audience can – I’ll tell you that I’m very proud of this evolving family of plans.

Now, innovation in technology and in operations are necessary for us, but they’re not sufficient – because at the pace today’s world demands, we can only succeed in these by being an agile organization that nurtures innovation in all its forms.  So we’re also investing in innovative organizational structures and practices.

The strategic imperative here is that DoD must be an organization that better fosters innovative thinking and ideas that can help us to stay ahead of our competitors.  The Defense Department is one of the largest organizations in the world, and as many of you know well, we can be pretty bureaucratic and slow-moving, where it’s easy to default to the status quo of continuing to do things the same way we’ve always done them.  But we can’t afford that in today’s security environment – we need to be a place where thinking differently is welcomed and fostered, not where good ideas go to die just because they happen to be new.

Over the last few years, I’ve created a number of entities to help signify and drive innovation throughout DoD – including SCO, DIUx, and the Defense Digital Service.  And I most recently created the Defense Innovation Board, to advise me and future leadership on how we can keep growing more competitive.

As you know, the Defense Innovation Board is one of several advisory boards that report to me, each with a distinctive mission and membership chosen for a distinctive kind of expertise.  The Defense Science Board, of which I was long a member, is comprised of scientists and technologists with deep expertise in weapons systems and defense R&D. 

The Defense Policy Board, on which I also served – and which, by the way, we’re grateful that John Hamre chairs – has a membership with exceptional foreign and defense policymaking experience.  The Defense Business Board, to name another, has members who understand DoD’s vast business enterprise and practices.  The Defense Innovation Board has a different membership and a different role – its members were chosen for their record of innovation outside of the Defense Department, and for their ability to suggest innovative approaches that have worked in their leadership experience, and that might be applicable to us.

The Innovation Board is chaired by Google Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt, and its membership represents a cross-section of America’s most innovative industries, organizations, and people – people like Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, LinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman, Code for America’s Jennifer Pahlka, astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson, Mike McQuade from United Technologies, and retired Admiral Bill McRaven, now chancellor of the University of Texas.  And I’ve charged them and the rest of the board to help keep DoD imbued with a culture of innovation – to support innovators themselves, the people in our defense enterprise who are willing to try new things, fail fast, and iterate – and to make sure we’re always doing everything we can to stay ahead of our competitors.

At the outset, I gave them the very specific task of identifying innovative private-sector practices that might be of use to us in DoD, along the lines of our Hack the Pentagon pilot program, which invited hackers to help us find vulnerabilities in our networks and report them to us, similar to the bug bounties that several of America’s major companies already routinely conduct.  While this approach to crowdsourcing cybersecurity is fairly widespread in the private sector, our use of it in the Pentagon was the first time in the entire federal government.  And it was so successful, we’re now expanding it to other parts of DoD.  This is the perfect example of the kind of recommendations I’m looking for from the Innovation Board – things that are out there and that might be useful to us.

Now, of course, not everything in the private sector will make sense for us, because we’re always mindful that the military isn’t a company – it’s dedicated to the profession of arms.  And so for important reasons, we’re not always going to be able to do everything the same way others do.  But that doesn’t mean we can’t look ourselves in the mirror and look around the country for new ideas and lessons we can learn, and ways we can operate more effectively.

The Defense Innovation Board held its first public meeting earlier this month and made some preliminary recommendations to me and the public about some innovative practices that might make sense for us to adopt.  And today I want to tell you about several that I’ve decided we’re going to do.

First, we’re going to increase our focus on recruiting talented computer scientists and software engineers into our force, both military and civilian.  We’ll do this through targeted recruiting initiatives ranging from our Reserve Officer Training Corps to our civilian scholarship-for-service program that’s intended to help build the next generation of DoD science and technology leaders – all with the goal of making computer science a core competency of the department.

Second, we’re going to invest more broadly in machine learning, through targeted challenges and prize competitions, and not through a new brick-and-mortar institution, but rather through a ‘virtual center of excellence’ model that establishes stretch goals and incentivizes academic and private-sector researchers to achieve them.  Since this is an area where both the academy and commercial technology companies have been making significant strides, I’ve asked DIUx to pilot this approach by sponsoring an initial prize challenge focused on computer vision and machine learning.

And third, we’re going to create a DoD Chief Innovation Officer, who will act as a senior advisor to the Secretary of Defense and will serve as a spearhead for innovation activities, including but not limited to those suggested by the Defense Innovation Board – such as building software platforms and human networks to enable workforce-driven innovation across DoD at scale, sponsoring innovation contests and tournaments, and providing training and education that promotes new ideas and approaches to collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.

Many different organizations have recently embraced this position, and also started to regularly run these kind of innovation tournaments and competitions – including tech companies like IBM, Intel, and Google – and it’s time we did as well, to help incentivize our people to come up with innovative ideas and approaches, and be recognized for them.

Going forward, I’m confident that the logic behind everything I’m talking about today will be self-evident to future defense leadership, as will the value of these efforts – but they also need to have the momentum and institutional foundation to keep going under their own steam and to continue to thrive.  We must ensure that we keep leading the way, and keep disrupting, challenging, and inspiring all of us to change for the better.

And this brings me, finally, to how we’re innovating in terms of our people, and in the talent management of our all-volunteer force.  While it’s the last area of innovation I’m going to discuss today, it’s also the most important – because the fact is, our people are the source of every innovative thing we’ve ever done, are doing, or will do.

Indeed, much more than our technology, operations, and organization, our people are the key to us having the finest fighting force – in our uniformed military, in our DoD civilian workforce, and in the defense industry that supports us.  And that means we need to compete for good people as far into the future as we can.

Now the good news is, there’s lots of opportunity here, as well as new techniques and technologies in talent management – such as the kind of advanced data analytics that underpin companies like LinkedIn.  But there are also challenges we face – in terms of the limitations of our current technology in the human resources area, and as generations and labor markets change.  Even so – so even as our force of today is outstanding – we must ensure that we continue to attract and retain the most talented young men and women that America has to offer in future generations of defense.  And that’s why we’ve been taking step after step to build what I call the Force of the Future.

I’ve announced four different ‘links’ so far to the Force of the Future.  The first focused on building and increasing on-ramps and off-ramps for technical talent to flow in both directions – creating the Defense Digital Service, expanding the Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellows Program, and more.  This will let more of America’s brightest minds contribute to our mission of national defense, even if only for a time or a project.  And it will also allow more of DoD and the defense industry’s innovative military and civilian technologists – of which there are many – to engage in new ways with our country’s larger innovative ecosystem, especially the parts that may have no experience with, or even have hesitations about, working with defense.

Next, the Force of the Future’s second link focused on increasing retention among our ranks through increased support to our military families.  It’s often said that when you recruit a servicemember, you retain a family; after all, it’s no secret that military life is difficult, and can be especially tough on our military families.  And let me remind you that our force is largely a married one, with about 70 percent of officers and 50 percent of enlisted who are married.  Now, we can’t change the fundamentals of military service, but we can make some changes to make life easier for our married people – and increase the possibility that they’ll want to stay at that critical moment when they’re trying to reconcile military life and family life.  That’s why we expanded maternity and paternity leave, why we extended childcare hours on bases, and why we’re giving more families the possibility of some geographic flexibility in return for additional service commitments.

After that, the third link to the Force of the Future focused on how we can make some common-sense improvements to military talent management – particularly for our officer corps.  In some cases, our current system proves too rigid.  It can limit the ability of our services to achieve the right force mix they need, especially at a time when we’re seeking to promote a wider range of experience, perspective, and training to strengthen the overall effectiveness of the force.  That’s why we want to give the military services the authority to do things like expand lateral entry for more specialties and adjust lineal numbers based on superior performance.

And most recently, link number four to the Force of the Future made clear that this is not only about our military, but also about our civilian workforce.  When people talk about DoD civilians, they’re talking about over 700,000 talented Americans serving across the country and around the world.  More than 85 percent of them live outside of the DoD – D.C., excuse me – the D.C. area.  They fix aircraft, they operate shipyards and ranges, and more.  They do critical jobs, and without them DoD wouldn’t function.  So the goal here is the same as with our military personnel:  to make sure our future civilian workforce is just as great as the one we have today, in several ways – by directly hiring civilian employees from college campuses, by creating a new two-way civilian talent exchange program with the private sector, by expanding our scholarship-for-service program in mission-critical science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, and more.

Also, in addition to each of these links, over the last year we opened up all combat positions to women, and lifted DoD’s ban on transgender servicemembers, so that we can now draw on 100 percent of America’s population for our all-volunteer force – focusing purely on a person’s willingness and ability to serve our country and contribute to our mission, and giving everyone the full and equal opportunity to do so.

Going forward, there will still be much more work to do – and you’ll soon be hearing from me more about the Force of the Future.  But these links span the spectrum of our opportunities, our challenges, and the lifetime of a member of our all-volunteer force – recruitment, retention, development, transition – and also our valuable civilian workforce.

 And for the first time in a long time, DoD’s Personnel and Readiness office has a real, proactive agenda – a concrete action plan to guide its efforts, so that they’re doing more than just being reactive belatedly to issues that crop up.  And based on support for these efforts that I’m seeing in the military services and across our department, I’m confident that the implementation of all these initiatives will continue moving forward, and ensure that the Force of the Future is as great as the force of today.

I’ve described today a lot of ways the Department of Defense is changing and will continue to change in the future, but I want to close by reminding all of you, all of DoD, and all of America that as we sit here this morning, our country’s strengths are undeniable.

We have the best military, of course – spanning our people, our investments, our dedication to the mission, and the public support we receive from the American people – but there’s much more than that.  Our economy is growing Rolling Eyes .  We have world-class schools and universities.  We uphold the right values, which is one reason why we have an unrivaled network of friends and allies.  Meanwhile the operational experience of our force – hard-earned – is second-to-none.  And we have the greatest innovative culture on the planet.  When we’ve brought that innovative culture to bear in service of others – that is, to defend our country and help make a better world for our children – it’s long been America’s open military secret.  And we remain dedicated to doing so, and it can be so.

We have a legacy of innovating, but that in itself is not enough.  That’s why we’re moving aggressively toward a more innovative future, and why everything I’ve talked about today is intended to ensure exactly that.  Going forward, our success will depend on whether we can keep it up.

Like its predecessors, the next wave of innovation and advantage will be a generational success – and it’s only just beginning.  We probably don’t even know yet the names of the people who will make it a reality.  More likely than not, it won’t be by me or anyone from my generation.  Instead, it’ll be the generation that comes after.

It’ll be junior officers and DoD civilians fresh out of graduate school – some of them here today, perhaps – who decide to spend a year outside of the department at Google or somewhere else, and work with an expert in data science or machine learning.

It’ll be the software engineers and bioscientists who get to know our mission by working with one of our DIUx outposts, and then choose to do a tour of duty in the Defense Digital Service or working at one of our DoD labs.

It’ll be the enlisted soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines who come up with new operational concepts for overcoming potential adversaries using advanced technologies that may not even exist yet, or defeating a terrorist group we haven’t heard of.

They’re the ones – they’re the ones – who will end up reinventing and changing a new how we will deter, fight, and win wars in the future.  Our job is to give them the foundation, the right kind of Pentagon to help them succeed:  one that’s more agile and innovative than ever before.  As long as we do, they will ensure – like those who came before them – that our military remains the finest fighting force the world has ever known.

Thank you.

[*Please note, due to an unfortunate error, the following paragraphs were omitted from this speech.]

DIUx and SCO share the characteristics of speed and agility, which has long been a focus of mine.  When I served as Under secretary for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics at the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, it was imperative that we quickly get our troops in harm’s way the tools they needed to accomplish their mission.  We started the Warfighter Senior Integration Group http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/500071p.pdf , which is designed to bring together and bring to bear the full weight of the Defense Department’s senior leadership on addressing our most critical operational needs.  And we established a “fast lane” to rapidly field cutting-edge, much-needed capabilities, like mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles and inexpensive aerostat balloons equipped with cameras to help monitor the security of our forward operating bases.

Ultimately this evolved into what we in the Pentagon today call Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs) – or the things we need right away for fighting the wars we’re in now – and Joint Emergent Operational Needs (JEONs) – the things we need as soon as possible for a conflict that could start tomorrow.  As I’ve said before, the system is far from perfect, but it has injected some badly needed agility into the Pentagon’s notoriously slow bureaucracy – agility that I’ve been determined to enhance as Secretary of Defense. And DIUx and SCO build on this legacy with their focus on quickly meeting the near-term needs of not only today’s, but also tomorrow’s warfighter.

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122 OFFICIERS ISRAELIENS ET AMERICAINS DANS UNE BASE MILITAIRE EN ARABIE SAOUDITE

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Arabie saoudite - Monde arabe - Pays du Golfe

La dirigeante du parti social-démocrate israélien Meretz, Zehava Gal-On, vient de révéler les noms de 122 militaires américains et israéliens qui travaillent activement dans une base saoudienne, la base aérienne Saoud al-Fayçal à Tabouk.

Un autre site israélien a récemment révélé qu’une note d’entente a été signée entre Washington et Riyad sur le déploiement dans cette base d’un système de défense antiaérien et d’un système radar sophistiqué.

Selon un rapport du site israélien « Israel in Arabic » et d’après un document révélé par la secrétaire générale du parti israélien de gauche Meretz, cet accord a été signé avec les Saoudiens au cours d’une visite d’Obama en avril 2016 à Riyad et vise à renforcer le système antimissile israélien « Dôme de fer ».

À cette fin, vu que l’Arabie saoudite envisage de mettre à la disposition de l’armée israélienne les deux îles de Sanafir et Tiran, il n’est pas nécessaire que « nos officiers spécialisés se déploient dans la base aérienne de Saoud al-Fayçal à Tabouk », a-t-elle dit.

Qualifiant d’irréfléchie cette décision de Benjamin Netanyahu, Zehava Gal-On a conclu qu’un tel geste pourrait tôt ou tard faire tomber « Israël » dans le piège du terrorisme saoudien.

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Inside: Creating competence, confidence, and credibility among the surface warfighters / USS Coronado (LCS 4) Conducts Live Fire Testing / The Future of 3-M Inspections

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...NECC/NECC Pacific is an enduring warfighting force providing sea-to-shore and inland operating environment capabilities across the full range of military operations that is focused on delivering combat effective expeditionary forces ready for worldwide operations now and into the future....

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  Fighter jets will fly over Irvine today. Earlier in October, the Breitling Jet Team performed above the Pacific Ocean during the Huntington Beach Air Show. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

By JOSHUA SUDOCK / STAFF WRITER

The North American Aerospace Defense Command announced a series of aerial homeland security exercises that were to take place Tuesday afternoon between Julian in San Diego County and Irvine.

The announcement was made just hours before the training.

During the exercises, scheduled for between 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., the public may see low-flying NORAD-controlled fighter jets near civilian aircraft, the agency said. The fighter pilots will be practicing intercept and identification procedures with the civilians, who are helping with the training.

“In order to test responses, systems and equipment, NORAD continuously conducts exercises with a variety of scenarios, including airspace-restriction violations, hijackings and responding to unknown aircraft,” the agency said.

Similar exercises have occurred across the country since the 9/11 attacks.

Contact the writer: 714-796-7802 or jsudock@scng.com

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