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MessagePosté le: Dim 3 Mar - 17:34 (2013)    Sujet du message: NAVY RESERVE CELEBRATES 98th ANNIVERSARY Répondre en citant

NAVY RESERVE CELEBRATES 98th ANNIVERSARY

By Jason Kelly

– March 3, 2013Posted in: Anniversaries, Be Ready, Community, Inside the Navy, Navy Life, Operating Forward, Reserve, Sailing Directions


The Navy Reserve will mark its 98th anniversary March 3. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert released the following message to the Fleet on Feb. 22 in honor of the anniversary.

As we mark the 98th anniversary of the Navy Reserve, I want to thank all Navy Reserve Sailors who are serving our nation at home and abroad, and the families, employers and communities who support them.

Since the Reserve Force’s establishment on March 3, 1915, Reserve Sailors have contributed significantly to our national defense in every major conflict. Over the last decade, nearly 70,000 Sailors have been mobilized, providing both ready units and individual augmentees to support Navy and Joint Force efforts in combat operations, humanitarian and disaster relief missions around the world.

Navy Reservists, serving in all geographic regions of the country, offer unique skill sets and insights from their civilian careers that enrich the diversity of our Navy. The responsiveness, continued readiness and demonstrated commitment to service of our Reserve Sailors are critical elements that enable our Navy to accomplish its mission. From your support of homeland defense, to deploying forward, your contributions to the Total Force prove that you are ready, relevant, and aligned to the Navy’s mission and Core Values.

As we look forward, there is a bright future for the Navy Reserve, with increasing opportunities for Sailors to participate in emerging mission areas. I encourage you to “be ready” when called to serve. I thank each of you, your families and supporting employers for serving our navy and our Nation with Honor, Courage, and Commitment.

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=N8eCSTYDUsY



http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2013/03/03/navy-reserve-celebrates-98th-anniver…


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MessagePosté le: Lun 4 Mar - 21:32 (2013)    Sujet du message: KERRY RELEASES $250 MILLION IN AID TO EGYPT Répondre en citant

KERRY RELEASES $250 MILLION IN AID TO EGYPT

U.S. releases $250 million in aid to Egypt but cuts programs to the U.S. poor.



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March 4, 2013 12:25 am
By Anne Gearan / The Washington Post

CAIRO -- Secretary of State John Kerry released $250 million in badly needed economic assistance for Egypt on Sunday, telling the country's divided political classes that they must make economic and political overhauls to qualify for additional support.

"The United States can and wants to do more," Mr. Kerry said in a statement released to reporters shortly after his more than two-hour session with Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. About an hour of their time was spent one on one, in what U.S. officials said would be blunt discussions of Egypt's tanking economy and political deadlock.

"When Egypt takes the difficult steps to strengthen its economy and build political unity and justice, we will work with our Congress at home on additional support," Mr. Kerry said. "These steps will also unlock much needed private-sector investment and broader financial assistance."

The State Department said Mr. Kerry's meeting with the Islamist leader also covered the crisis in Syria and prospects for Israeli-Palestinian peace. The chaotic domestic situation in Egypt has overtaken the traditional American agenda with Egypt, long its most-valued Arab ally and the linchpin of Arab-Israeli peace.

International investment and the revival of tourism, long the mainstay of the Egyptian economy, depend on a truce between Mr. Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood and secular moderates, and a reduction in street violence that has scared off foreigners.

That violence manifested itself Sunday in the Suez Canal port city of Port Said, where the military intervened in clashes between thousands of protesters and police, the latest in a cycle of violence that killed two security members and two civilians, and which continues to rock Egypt two years after the uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak.

Also on Sunday, a court ruled that Mubarak will face a new trial next month on charges related to the killings of hundreds of protesters during the revolution that forced him from power.

Around 5,000 protesters threw rocks and firebombs at police in Port Said late Sunday, the scene of a civil strike now in its second week. Riot police responded with tear gas and bird shot in street battles that lasted for hours.

Mr. Kerry's visit, part of his first overseas trip as secretary of state, also was the first by a top American diplomat since Egypt approved a new constitution that is at the heart of the current protests and political deadlock. Mr. Morsi's political opponents object both to the Islamic focus of the document and to what they call a ramrod approach to its passage.

Mr. Morsi's Freedom and Justice Party called Mr. Kerry's visit a good-faith effort to ease the political impasse between Islamists and the secular opposition.

Although the United States has voiced concerns over the Egyptian constitution approved last year, Mr. Kerry had no public criticism of the document on this visit. The constitution replicates some of the centralized power structure built by Mubarak, whose toppling came to symbolize the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions.

Mr. Kerry's statement noted that during his two-day visit, he had met with political leaders, business leaders and representatives of non-governmental organizations, who "shared their deep concern about the political course of their country, the need to strengthen human rights protections, justice and the rule of law, and their fundamental anxiety about the economic future of Egypt."

Amid questioning from Congress about Egypt's political instability and the U.S. budget crunch, some $450 million in U.S. aid to Egypt has been frozen on Capitol Hill. In addition, the International Monetary Fund has held off on loans and debt relief worth more than $4 billion.

Associated Press contributed.
First Published March 4, 2013 12:08 am


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MessagePosté le: Mar 5 Mar - 00:41 (2013)    Sujet du message: OBAMA DHS PURCHASES 2,700 LIGHT-ARMORED TANKS TO GO WITH THEIR 1.6 BILLION BULLET STOCKPILE Répondre en citant

OBAMA DHS PURCHASES 2,700 LIGHT-ARMORED TANKS TO GO WITH THEIR 1.6 BILLION BULLET STOCKPILE

Posted by Jim Hoft on Sunday, March 3, 2013, 9:55 PM


  

 
This is getting a little creepy.

According to one estimate, since last year the Department of Homeland Security has stockpiled more than 1.6 billion bullets, mainly .40 caliber and 9mm.

DHS also purchased 2,700 Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicles (MRAP).Modern Survival Blog reported:
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The Department of Homeland Security (through the U.S. Army Forces Command) recently retrofitted 2,717 of these ‘Mine Resistant Protected’ vehicles for service on the streets of the United States. Although I’ve seen and read several online blurbs about this vehicle of late, I decided to dig slightly deeper and discover more about the vehicle itself.

The new DHS sanctioned ‘Street Sweeper’ (my own slang due to the gun ports) is built by Navistar Defense (NavistarDefense.com), a division within the Navistar organization. Under the Navistar umbrella are several other companies including International Trucks, IC Bus (they make school buses), Monaco RV (recreational vehicles), WorkHorse (they make chassis), MaxxForce (diesel engines), and Navistar Financial (the money arm of the company).



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DHS even released a video on their newly purchased MRAPs.

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VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0pS9aw5pcJo
he MRAP featured in this video is was in Albuquerque, New Mexico for Law Enforcement Day which was held at a local area Target Store. This MRAP is stationed in El Paso, Texas at The Homeland Security Investigations Office. MRAP is a Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicle.
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03/obama-dhs-purchases-2700-light-armo…


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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Mar - 01:35 (2013)    Sujet du message: "NOUS DÉPLOYONS LA FORCE ARMÉE AFIN D'ASSURER LA SÉCURITÉ DE TOUS LES VÉNÉZUÉLIENS" - 05/03 Répondre en citant



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MessagePosté le: Mer 6 Mar - 20:20 (2013)    Sujet du message: U.S. ARMY: DON'T CRITICIZE OBAMA Répondre en citant

U.S. ARMY: DON'T CRITICIZE OBAMA


Even civilians reminded commander-in-chief is the boss

Published: 16 hours ago



By Garth Kant

A spokesman for the U.S. Army has sent an email to 6,000 employees with a strong subtext: Don’t criticize President Obama or any political party to members of the press.

The Weekly Standard published a copy of the email, distributed Friday by Stephen D. Abney, the chief public affairs official for the Army’s Joint Munitions Command, to all 6,000 employees he represents.

The email says:

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From: Larson, Angela M CIV (US)Sent: Friday, March
01, 2013 5:59 PM
To: USARMY RIA JMC List DL All JMC Pers


Subject: Sequestration – Media Tips
To JMC employees,

Because of media interest in sequestration and furlough, you may be approached or contacted by a reporter at some point and asked to comment.

If you don’t wish to speak with a reporter, politely decline.

If you agree to be interviewed, remember that you’re expressing your personal opinion, not that of anyone else – and certainly not the opinion of JMC or the Army.

Avoid giving an answer that might be perceived as criticism of the Commander in Chief or any political party.
If you’re asked to provide an official statement, refer the reporter to JMC PAO, the official spokesperson for the command. Their number is [REDACTED].

v/r
Stephen D. Abney
Chief, Public Affairs
Joint Munitions Command
DSN [REDACTED]
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED



The Weekly Standard reports that civilian employees also received the email.

Abney said the email was not meant for civilian contractors but can’t swear they did not receive it as well.

Abney told the Weekly Standard that he was just reminding employees that Obama is their boss.

The issue of free speech rights in the military is problematic. The Marine Corps gave Sgt. Gary Stein an “other than honorable” discharge for misconduct after he posted on Facebook: “Screw Obama. I will not follow all orders from him.”

Stein said he meant he wouldn’t follow unlawful orders from the president and that his comments were protected by the First Amendment.

He testified that his comment was part of a discussion about letting U.S. troops be put on trial for the Quran burnings in Afghanistan.

Stein explained he was saying he would not follow orders if they included detaining U.S. citizens, disarming them or otherwise violating the Constitution.

He filed a preliminary injunction in federal court in Southern California, but Judge Marilyn Huff denied the request.

In April 2012, WND spoke with Gary Kreep, who at the time was executive director of the United States Justice Foundation, which defended Stein.

Among the other problems, said Kreep, was the fact that one of the prosecution witnesses had “obscene political comments” on his own Facebook page, yet he had not been disciplined.

Kreep added that a Marine officer who reportedly was to be a neutral adviser at a disciplinary hearing also took on the role of the prosecution.

The hearing also rejected a statement from Brig. Gen. David Brahms, a Marine for over 50 years, with 49 of them as a lawyer.
Brahms said in a written statement: “I do not believe that … the behavior in question violates the cited UCMJ provision.”

The statement also noted that Department of Defense directive 1344.10, which Stein is accused of violating, is difficult to understand.

“My reading of it indicates it is confusing and quite unhelpful. It is also inherently contradictory,” Brahms said. “If I cannot understand 1344.10 as a 74-year-old retired brigadier general and staff judge advocate to the Commandant of the Marines, there is little hope that a sergeant would understand.”

Brahms also challenged the prosecution’s position that Stein represented the Marine Corps with his postings.

“There is nothing in the circumstances to suggest any influence or reasonable possibility of influence that the public would believe these blatherings were official policy or officially sanctioned. They were only the discussions of a Marine concerned about the direction of this country. There simply is no criminal offense here.”

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., a Marine veteran, wrote a letter to Stein’s commanding officer suggesting the sergeant should not face dismissal for an opinion shared by a majority of Marines.

Hunter said he was referencing Stein’s statement that he would not obey unlawful orders. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., also supported Stein.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/u-s-army-dont-criticize-obama/


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 7 Mar - 18:50 (2013)    Sujet du message: RAND PAUL RAISES NATIONAL PROFILE BY USING FILIBUSTER TO TAKE STAND ON DRONE CONTROVERSY Répondre en citant

RAND PAUL RAISES NATIONAL PROFILE BY USING FILIBUSTER TO TAKE STAND ON DRONE CONTROVERSY

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Five hours into Sen. Rand Paul’s old-fashioned, hold-the-floor filibuster Wednesday, top Senate Democrat Harry Reid came to the floor to try to end the affair, asking whether Mr. Paul would settle for going only 30 more minutes before the chamber voted on confirmation of a CIA director.

Nothing doing, said Mr. Paul — not until he got assurances from the Obama administration that it will not use drones to kill Americans on U.S. soil.

“I would be happy with the vote now — I’ve talked a lot today — but the only thing I would like is clarification, if the president or the attorney general would clarify they’re not going to kill noncombatants in America,” Mr. Paul said.

A frustrated Mr. Reid cast a folded paper onto his desk and stalked off the floor, caving to Mr. Paul’s will, at least for the day.

“We’re through for the night,” Mr. Reid told colleagues as he canceled any hope of voting on Mr. Brennan’s nomination Wednesday.

Mr. Paul took the floor at 11:47 a.m. Wednesday and didn’t yield until almost 1 a.m. the next morning, wrapping up almost 13 hours of Senate drama that became an instant sensation on the Internet, especially on Twitter, where “#StandWithRand” was among the top U.S. hashtags all afternoon and evening.

Mr. Paul, a Kentucky Republican in his third year in the Senate and contemplating a presidential bid in 2016, raised his national profile, pushed the issue of drone executions into the public spotlight — and drew comparisons to the Texas heroes who fought in the Battle of the Alamo, which had its anniversary Wednesday.

“It is a brilliant policy and political statement,” one Republican strategist said. “He instantly becomes the man to beat in 2016.”

Indeed, some of the other potential candidates serving in the Senate came to the floor to help him out — and to get some of the camera time Mr. Paul was basking in.

Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, was first, coming to the floor along with Sen. Mike Lee of Utah.

Together, they asked Mr. Paul questions, allowing him to keep the floor while giving his voice a rest. Later in the day, Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican and a potential 2016 candidate, also came to the floor to take part, as did Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat who makes common cause with Mr. Paul on the drone issue.

Democratic leaders, though, wouldn’t give an inch to Mr. Paul.

More than seven hours in, he offered to shut down his filibuster if he could get the Senate to hold a vote on a nonbinding resolution stating the Senate opposed targeted killings of noncombatant Americans on U.S. soil.

Sen. Richard J. Durbin, the No. 2-ranking Democrat, blocked that deal, saying such a vote was “premature.”

He instead offered to hold hearings.

Read more + VIDEO : http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/6/rand-paul-uses-old-filibuster-trick-to-raise-natio/?page=1

 THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION HASN'T RULED OUT DRONE ATTACKS ON US SOIL

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By Adam Clark Estes Atlantic Wire March 6, 2013





A strange thing happened on Tuesday. Just a few hours after an airline pilot spotted an unidentified "drone" hovering a few miles from JFK airport, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that drones strikes on United States soil were not out of the question. Coincidence? We think so.

Let's cut through the sensationalism straight away. The Obama administration is not in favor of drone strikes on U.S. soil. In fact, it's downright opposed to the idea except in the event of "an extraordinary circumstance" like Pearl Harbor or September 11. Read Holder's letter to Senator Rand Paul explaining the administration's stance in full if you don't believe us. Sen. Paul responded accordingly and said that the administration's position on the matter was "more than frightening." From a sober point of view, though, can you imagine what the government wouldn't do to avoid the next 9/11? That contingency is just as frightening as the idea of another catastrophic attack.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire.

http://www.nextgov.com/defense/2013/03/obama-administration-hasnt-ruled-out-drone-attacks-us-soil/61704/?oref=nextgov_today_nl


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MessagePosté le: Ven 8 Mar - 17:07 (2013)    Sujet du message: DC : BAN DEMANDE AU CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ D'AUTORISER LE DÉPLOIEMENT D'UNE BRIGADE D'INTERVENTION AU SEIN DE LA MONUSCO Répondre en citant

DC : BAN DEMANDE AU CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ D'AUTORISER LE DÉPLOIEMENT D'UNE BRIGADE D'INTERVENTION AU SEIN DE LA MONUSCO



Les Casques bleus de la MONUSCO et des soldats congolais patrouillent conjointement à Bunagana, dans le Nord-Kivu. Photo: MONUSCO/Sylvain Liechti

5 mars 2013 – Le Secrétaire général Ban Ki-moon a demandé mardi au Conseil de sécurité d'autoriser le déploiement d'une force spéciale intégrée à la Mission des Nations Unies pour la stabilisation en République démocratique du Congo (MONUSCO) afin de rétablir la sécurité dans l'est de ce pays. 

« La situation sécuritaire reste fragile et requiert des actions urgentes », a plaidé M. Ban devant les 15 membres de l'organe chargé de la PAIX et de la SÉCURITÉ internationales.

Communément appelée « brigade d'intervention », la force proposée mènerait, seule ou avec les Forces armées congolaises (FARDC), des offensives « ciblées et musclées », « en faisant preuve d'une grande mobilité et d'adaptabilité », contre les groupes armés qui déstabilisent l'est de la RDC. La brigade bénéficierait notamment de l'appui aérien de la MONUSCO, qui serait dotée de deux hélicoptères d'attaque et quatre hélicoptères de manœuvre supplémentaires, précise le rapport spécial du Secrétaire général dont était saisi le Conseil. Son mandat initial serait d'un an, recommande-t-il.

« Cette capacité opérationnelle, qui avait été demandée par les parties prenantes régionales, est nécessaire pour répondre de la manière la plus appropriée à l'environnement conflictuel dans lequel opère la MONUSCO depuis plusieurs années », a expliqué M. Ban.
 
« Chargée de contenir, de neutraliser et de désarmer les groupes armés congolais et étrangers, la brigade d'intervention permettra à la MONUSCO de se concentrer davantage sur les tâches relatives au maintien de la paix », a fait observer le patron de l'ONU.

La brigade a été envisagée pour réaliser les objectifs politiques fixés par l'Accord-cadre de paix, de sécurité et de coopération pour la RDC et la région des Grands Lacs, signé le 24 février dernier à Addis-Abeba en Éthiopie.

En signant cet Accord-cadre, l'Angola, le Burundi, la République centrafricaine, la République du Congo, le Rwanda, l'Afrique du Sud, le Soudan du Sud, l'Ouganda et la Tanzanie se sont notamment mis d'accord pour protéger la souveraineté territoriale et préserver la paix et la stabilité de la RDC. Les Nations Unies, l'Union africaine, la Conférence internationale de la région des Grands Lacs et les 14 États Membres de la Communauté de développement de l'Afrique australe (SADC) se portent garants de cet Accord-cadre.
 
« Nous sommes tous conscient que la signature de l'Accord-cadre n'est qu'un début », a prévenu M. Ban, qui s'apprête à nommer un Envoyé spécial, qui sera chargé de soutenir sa mise en œuvre par toutes les parties prenantes.

Près d'un million de personnes ont été déplacées dans la région du Nord-Kivu par les affrontements entre le groupe rebelle M23 et les forces armées congolaises fin 2012. Cela porte le nombre total de déplacés dans l'est de la RDC à 2,6 millions. Si les combats ont cessé, la situation sécuritaire reste précaire et l'instabilité s'étend à d'autres régions de la RDC.

« Il se peut que certains estiment que cette instabilité s'inscrit simplement dans le cycle de violences interminables dans cette région meurtrie, mais nous avons la possibilité de rompre ce cycle et de faire évoluer les choses de façon différente », a assuré le Secrétaire général.

De son côté, le Haut Commissariat des Nations unies aux réfugiés (HCR) a publié mardi un appel de fonds supplémentaires d'un montant de 69,6 millions de dollars pour aider des centaines de milliers de civils congolais déracinés dans la région des Grands Lacs.
 
Ces fonds supplémentaires incluent 22,6 millions de dollars pour la RDC, sept millions de dollars pour le Burundi, 17,7 millions de dollars pour le Rwanda et 22,3 millions de dollars pour l'Ouganda. Ces sommes s'ajoutent au budget, d'un montant de 282,4 millions de dollars pour 2013, qui avait été approuvé en octobre dernier par l'organe directeur du HCR pour toutes les opérations menées dans ces quatre pays.

« Cet argent est vital pour couvrir les besoins essentiels de près de 453.600 civils congolais déracinés en RDC et au-delà des frontières par les violences commises l'an dernier dans les provinces du Sud et du Nord-Kivu, y compris 5.600 réfugiés au Burundi, 23.000 au Rwanda et 35.000 en Ouganda », précise le porte-parole du HCR, Adrian Edwards, dans un communiqué de presse.

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MISSILE, SPACE INTELLIGENCE CENTER SAVES WARFIGHTER LIVES


By Cheryl Pellerin
American Forces Press ServiceWASHINGTON, March 8, 2013 – Engineers, scientists and analysts of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center provide high-confidence assessments of foreign missile and space systems and other critical intelligence products that help to keep warfighters from harm.
R-18 surface-to-air missile simulators are fired at incoming aircraft during nighttime warfare training at the Yodaville close air support range near Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., April 11, 2011. The Defense Intelligence Agency’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center helps to protect U.S. forces from similar real weapons. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Benjamin R. Reynolds


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Spread out over some of the 38,000 acres of the Army’s Redstone Arsenal in the Appalachian highlands of northern Alabama are the laboratories, high-performance computing operations, test areas and hardware storage spaces that make up MSIC’s vast engineering complex.


“The work itself is pretty detailed and geeky,” MSIC Director Pamela McCue explained during an interview with American Forces Press Service. “We’re a bunch of engineers and scientists, and by nature we love to figure out how things work.”

McCue, an electrical engineer, said the work involves looking at all sources of intelligence and figuring out the characteristics, performance and operations of threat weapons, including surface-to-air missiles, anti-tank guided missiles, ground-based anti-satellite systems and short-range ballistic missiles.

Service members who conduct operations anywhere in the world are likely to encounter a variety of weapons, McCue said.

“Our job is to understand the threat weapons and push intelligence to the military so they will be prepared,” she added. “Hopefully, we can do it so our service [members] won’t even encounter the threat weapons, but if they do, we want them always to come out on top.”

MSIC engineers and scientists focus on how a weapon works, how well it works, and how it’s vulnerable or how it can be defeated, she said. Air and missile defense is a key mission.

“These are surface-to-air missiles primarily that fire at our aircraft, … so anywhere that we have an air operation going, we are likely to face these kinds of systems,” McCue noted.

The missiles range from air defense systems that a person can carry and fire from the shoulder to long-range air defense systems that can engage targets over hundreds of miles. The director said millions of “man-portable” systems are in use around the world.

With the knowledge its scientists and engineers gain, MSIC works with those in the services who design air survivability equipment, the director said, “so if you’re carrying that on an aircraft, it will detect that a missile has been launched against it, and it will take action so the missile, hopefully, will not hit the aircraft.

“It can do that either with some kind of countermeasure,” she continued, “usually a laser-based countermeasure, or perhaps even [by] dropping flares, which are electro-optical infrared devices [designed to] distract the missile and pull it off course. These are techniques that we can equip our military aircraft with -- and especially our helicopters, which have to operate in harm’s way -- so even if they are engaged, they won’t be hit.”

Another important area for MSIC includes ground-based weapons that fire missiles or directed energy at platforms in space. These include anti-satellite missiles and directed-energy weapons.

“We in the United States haven’t had a lot of [directed-energy weapons] programs for a while, [but] others around the world are still developing directed-energy weapons -- Russia and China are the two big ones,” she said.

Very-high-energy weapons include laser systems, she added, and such weapons either would damage sensors on airplanes or satellites, or as technology evolves, physically destroy a platform in air or space.

The other important mission area for MSIC involves short-range ballistic missiles -- those that can engage targets from tens of miles out to 600 miles out.

“These systems are important because they’re the weapon of choice for a lot of [nations] to reach beyond their borders, … and they can be fitted to carry weapons of mass destruction, so they’re a big concern for us and our allies,” McCue said. “They’re certainly a big player in the Middle East and North Korea.”

Today, MSIC helps to defend against ballistic missiles on the same ground where, in 1950, German rocket developer Wernher von Braun and his team of top rocket scientists began working with the Army to develop the Jupiter ballistic missile and others.

The work was done as part of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency, which von Braun headed, and McCue said the organization had a small intelligence cell that was “taking a look at what was going on around the world in similar developments.”

MISC began then as an Army research and development center, the director added, and in the 1990s, it became part of the Defense Intelligence Agency.

“We’ve had some of our missions since the very first days, like looking at those threat missile developments to compare them to what we were doing on this side,” McCue said. “We picked up additional missions as weapons evolved and new things came online, like the ground-based anti-satellite mission.”

In the beginning, the weapons were pretty basic, she said. “For instance, a surface-to-air missile would be capable of tracking a single aircraft at a time,” she explained. “It would have a very tightly controlled process for controlling the missile to the target, and it would be very straightforward.”

Now, the director said, there’s a lot more flexibility.

“On the surface-to-air missile side, you have systems that can track many targets at one time and send many missiles to different targets at the same time,” she added, and on the ballistic-missile side, a simple ballistic trajectory may be replaced by extreme maneuvers and countermeasures.

“A lot more complexity in the weapons has come from having more capability, more technology and more computers,” the director observed.

Computers have boosted capability on the analysis side, McCue said. “It makes the weapon systems harder to figure out,” she said, “but it makes our analysis a little easier and more capable.”

The center also has put more emphasis on command and control, as the processes and communications surrounding the launch of a rocket or missile become more computer-driven, she said.

MSIC now has fewer people than it did during the Cold War. But amid the geopolitical instability of much of the world today, MSIC’s scientists, engineers and analysts have many more kinds of weapons to deal with. Computer power helps keep the pace, along with a good priority system, McCue said.

“We don’t have more people, but we do what I like to call ‘risk management,’” the director said. “Every weapon system out there in the world doesn’t have an equally high probability of being in an engagement at any given time, so we’re constantly assessing priorities and putting the resources we have on the most important weapons, knowing that we can’t cover everything.”

Over time, major developments in technology could drive changes in MSIC’s work, but McCue said she believes being an engineering organization gives MSIC an advantage.

“We tend to keep up with technology, because we use it in our analysis techniques. The folks in the … labs we work with and the national labs across the country also keep up with technologies, and we’re well-linked there,” she said. “So … we have the right mindset, and we are following the technology as a matter of course. The trick is anticipating how that might play into threat weapons.”

Technologically, she added, one game-changer could involve people who do unexpected things with weapons, driven by conflicts such as the unrest in Syria or North Korea’s use of missiles.

Along with keeping up with evolving technology, working with partners is an important aspect of the work at MSIC these days.

“We are very integrated into the whole intelligence system,” the director said, adding that MSIC also works closely with the services and with U.S. allies and partners.

Each service has aircraft they have to fly, she added, “so they have to worry about surface-to-air missiles, [and] they’re all what we call customers of ours. We make sure we understand what they need [and] we understand what kind of intelligence they need to put the right things on their military systems, … and we push intelligence to them in the right form.”

Where international partners are concerned, McCue said, “with virtually every partner that the United States has, we work with our counterparts in those countries.”

The budget problems plaguing the nation and the Defense Department present a challenge that McCue said the center’s scientists and engineers will have to tackle.

“In my observation over the years,” she said, “there’s a lot of innovation that can come from tight times -- when you’re really focused on getting the job done and you’ve got to figure out some way to do it. We’re adaptive and we’re flexible, and we’re going to keep putting those priorities up there and making sure we get the important things done.”

Biographies:

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Related Sites:

DIA Missile and Space Intelligence Center
Special Report: Defense Intelligence



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La péninsule coréenne va virtuellement se transformer à partir de lundi en champ de bataille lorsque les deux Corée engageront des manoeuvres militaires séparées de grande envergure, dans une logique d’escalade qui fait craindre une confrontation à haut risque.

Nous nous attendons à une provocation nord-coréenne dans les semaines à venir, s’alarme Victor Cha, titulaire de la chaire d’études coréennes au Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) de Washington.

Menaces, bravades et démonstrations de force sont habituelles de part et d’autre de la ligne de démarcation coréenne depuis la fin
de la guerre fratricide en 1953, mais certains observateurs jugent la situation si tendue que le moindre incident pourrait avoir des conséquences graves.


Aux sources de ce contexte explosif, le tir réussi en décembre d’une fusée considérée par Séoul et ses alliés comme un missile balistique, suivi d’un troisième essai nucléaire en février puis de nouvelles sanctions votées cette semaine par le Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU.

Pyongyang a menacé de dénoncer dès lundi l’accord d’armistice mettant fin à la guerre de Corée en 1953, brandi la menace d’une guerre thermonucléaire et averti les Etats-Unis qu’ils s’exposaient à une frappe nucléaire préventive.

Vendredi, le régime a fait savoir, quelques heures après le vote du Conseil de sécurité, qu’il considérait désormais comme nuls et non avenus tous les accords de non-agression entre le Nord et le Sud.

La Corée du Sud a promis de répondre à la première occasion.

L’armée sud-coréenne a récemment diffusé des images vidéo d’un nouveau missile de croisière capable, selon Séoul, de mener des frappes chirurgicales sur des centres de commandement n’importe où en Corée du Nord.

Lundi, la Corée du Sud et les Etats-Unis –qui comptent 28.500 soldats sur le territoire sud-coréen– lanceront leurs manoeuvres annuelles, baptisées Key Resolve.

Celles-ci sont majoritairement virtuelles tout en mobilisant des milliers de soldats.
La Corée du Nord y est particulièrement sensible parce que l’exercice simule le débarquement d’importantes forces américaines sur la péninsule coréenne en cas de conflit.


De son côté le régime nord-coréen semble se préparer pour de vastes manoeuvres interarmes prévues elles aussi dans les prochains jours.

Enhardie par le tir réussi de sa fusée en décembre et son troisième essai nucléaire, la Corée du Nord fait monter la pression,
affirme Yoo Ho-Yeol, politologue à la Korea University de Séoul.


Le chercheur estime qu’il existe un risque significatif de confrontation, en particulier près de la ligne de séparation maritime en mer Jaune, contestée par Pyongyang, où deux incidents meurtriers ont eu lieu en 2010.

Pour Bruce Klingner, expert de la Corée au centre d’études conservateur Heritage Foundation, à Washington, le risque de malentendu et d’escalade est d’autant plus important que les dirigeants des deux Etats antagonistes sont aux affaires depuis peu.

Le Nord-coréen Kim Jong-Un, qui serait âgé de moins de trente ans, a succédé à son père Kim Jong-Il à la mort de ce dernier il y a un peu plus d’un an. Kim Jong-un manque d’expérience et il pourrait franchir des limites que ses prédécesseurs savaient devoir respecter, estime Bruce Klingner.

La présidente sud-coréenne Park Geun-Hye est en fonction depuis deux semaines à peine. En raison d’un blocage au Parlement, elle ne dispose toujours pas d’un gouvernement en ordre de marche.

Or les recherches montrent que, depuis 1992, le Nord procède à une provocation militaire dans les semaines qui suivent
l’investiture d’un président sud-coréen, observe Victor Cha.


La Corée du Nord, qui revendique son statut de puissance nucléaire, est soupçonnée de détenir plusieurs bombes nucléaires et de procéder à des essais atomiques afin de parvenir à les miniaturiser.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 11 Mar - 02:58 (2013)    Sujet du message: CANADA PREPARES FOR MARTIAL LAW, ECONOMIC COLLAPSE: RCMP ARMORED TRUCKS – MORE PROOF OF THE MILITARIZATION OF THE ‘NORTH AMERICAN UNION’? Répondre en citant

CANADA PREPARES FOR MARTIAL LAW, ECONOMIC COLLAPSE: RCMP ARMORED TRUCKS – MORE PROOF OF THE MILITARIZATION OF THE ‘NORTH AMERICAN UNION’?

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You have got to check out this video below from our brothers in the 'Great White North' of the 'war' vehicles recently purchased by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. This video will take you up close and personal as the creators of the video, the Canadian Awareness Network, gain access to check out these vehicles for a first hand inspection. This clearly shows that America is not the only North American country being heavily 'militarized'. Is this more proof of the coming North American Union? What will the govt in Canada be using these vehicles for, hostage situations as the govt states or economic collapse and martial law? After watching the video, please let me know what you think. "If people don't see the walls being built around them, I'd say they're quite naive." First, a bit of background on this video/story from the Canadian Awareness Network.:

Not too long ago the new department of homeland security armored vehicles hit the streets of America. The vehicles are massive and are built for nothing short of all out war.


Now the RCMP is rolling out their new armored personnel carriers according to a Navistar Defense Canada press release.
The models being employed by the RCMP will look more like this one.

The RCMP version comes with multiple gun ports, and can carry a full tactical team.


As we watch countless police forces around our nation and even our national police force the RCMP totally militarizing, we must stop. Take a step back and ask is this really necessary? Do we need or want military vehicles in the hands of local police? And most of all. When do we start calling Canada a total police state?


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TRAILER: THEY COME TO AMERICA II

During this time, they oppress thousand of americans citizens at the checkpoints to supposedly defend against illegal immigrants.

Posted on March 11, 2013 by creeping

THEY COME TO AMERICA. The Cost of Illegal Immigration.


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The film exposes who and what is crossing the southern border, the risks to national security, and the severe consequences of granting amnesty to the 20 million illegal aliens currently in the US. The film releases Spring 2013. Register your email to stay informed. The riveting, non-partisan documentary that exposes the true costs of illegal immigration. Some say it’s an Oscar worthy film capable of sparking change. And yet, Hollywood, film festivals and the liberal media refuse to acknowledge the film. So the question becomes, “Why?” Available on DVD.


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Posted on March 12, 2013 by creeping

If Fox News can find him, a drone could too. Will imam Obama and his top cleric John al-Brennan classify “The American” an imminent threat and exercise some of those extrajudicial executive powers? Not likely, he’s Muslim and fighting on their side – possibly funded, armed and trained with U.S. taxpayer dollars. We told you about Harroun here and here.


via US-born former Army vet known as ‘The American’ fights alongside Al Qaeda | Fox News.



He’s a U.S.-trained soldier turned Muslim warrior who moves between America and countries where the winds of the Arab spring blow, fighting alongside jihadists and America-hating terrorists while celebrating his bloody exploits on YouTube videos.

Eric Harroun, 30, grew up in Phoenix before joining the U.S. Army in 2000. Although Harroun was never deployed during his three-year hitch, he has seen plenty of combat fighting with Syrian rebels and, more recently, Jabhat al-Nusra, a group the U.S. State Department classifies as an alias for Al Qaeda in Iraq.

“I was separated in a battle and most of my group was K.I.A. and Al-Nusra picked me up,” Harroun told FoxNews.com during one of several brief interviews conducted via Skype.

Harroun, who said he is now in Turkey, shrugged off a question about fighting alongside Al Qaeda terrorists who have joined the Syrian rebellion, saying, “the U.S. plays both sides, too.” He said the offshoot of the terror group behind the 9/11 attacks welcomed him.

“Getting into Al-Nusra is not rocket science,” he said. “It just takes balls and brains.”

Harroun, known among Syrian rebels and loyalists alike as “The American,” has moved from one country to another, joining protesters in the takedown of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak before fighting alongside rebels attempting to depose Syria’s Bashar al-Assad. A prolific poster of online diatribes against the infidel, he’s joined the threads of those calling for the deaths of Zionists.

His father, Darryl Harroun, told FoxNews.com that his son was discharged from the Army after he was seriously injured while riding in a pickup truck that hit a tree. He was left with full disability pay and a steel plate in his head, according to his father.
“Now he has mood swings and what-not,” said Darryl Harroun, who lives in Arizona and talks to his son by phone frequently. “He was already suffering from depression before that, and the accident just kind of multiplied it.”

Darryl Harroun said his son is seen as an adventurer by friends and relatives, who call him “Arizona Jones.”

“He just loves that part of the world,” said Darryl Harroun, who said his family has been in the U.S. for several generations and is not Muslim. “We scratch our heads and wonder what the hell he’s doing. I told him, ‘You’re never going to change those people’s minds over there.’ But he says they treat him like a hero.

“I know one day I’m going to get a message from over there, telling me my son is dead,” he said.

Darryl Harroun said he doesn’t believe the U.S. — much less his own son — has any business in Middle Eastern affairs. But at least one family member seems to believe Harroun is fighting a noble battle.

Dad seems to have it figured out.

“Keep fighting Eric!” Harroun’s sister, Sarah Harroun, posted on Facebook this week. “The people of Syria and you are in my prayers.”

Is she an imminent threat?

Harroun’s descent into Islamic fanaticism seems to have begun sometime after his discharge from the military. With seemingly no way to pursue his lifelong dream of being a soldier, he fell in with two Iraqi brothers, Maadh and Hayder Ibrahim, who he met while attending Pima Community College in Tucson, and began to identify himself as a Muslim, according to people who know him.

Tucson? You don’t say. Read it all.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 15 Mar - 15:36 (2013)    Sujet du message: LA RUSSIE S'ORGANISE POUR INTERCEPTER DES MÉTÉORITES AVEC DES ARMES NUCLÉAIRES…. Répondre en citant

LA RUSSIE S'ORGANISE POUR INTERCEPTER DES MÉTÉORITES AVEC DES ARMES NUCLÉAIRES….

15mar (2013)




Un programme de lutte contre les menaces spatiales verra le jour en Russie vers la fin de cette année. La nouvelle a été annoncée par le chef de l’agence Roskosmos, Vladimir Popovkine. Prenant la parole à la chambre haute du parlement russe, il a évoqué la mise en place d’un centre d’alerte et de défense contre les menaces spatiales.

Ces derniers jours l’humanité a été vivement sensibilisée par de telles menaces. Le 15 février le monde entier a été bouleversé par l’information sur le météorite de Tcheliabinsk.

A l’heure actuelle les spécialistes russes proposent de mettre au point un système mondial de surveillance des corps célestes et, le cas échéant, de destruction d’astéroïdes dangereux, dit Vladimir Popovkine.

Les spécialistes russes proposent de mettre au point un système de surveillance des astéroïdes près de la Lune. Ils veulent notamment lancer trois observatoires pour suivre le déplacement de gros objets célestes, explique le président du groupe spatial Energuia Vitali Lapota.

Pour neutraliser les objets célestes il faut trois types d’appareils spatiaux : des satellites d’observation, des satellites de reconnaissance et des satellites d’interception, estime le directeur du Centre de la défense planétaire Anatoli Zaïtsev.

Il est prévu d’utiliser des missiles balistiques intercontinentaux pour acheminer les appareils de destruction, note Oleg Choubine, directeur adjoint du département s’occupant du développement et des essais des munitions nucléaires et des dispositifs énergétiques militaires au sein de l’agence Rosatom.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 15 Mar - 17:00 (2013)    Sujet du message: LE CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ PROROGE D'UN AN LE MANDAT DE LA MISSION D'APPUI DES NATIONS UNIES EN LIBYE (MANUL) Répondre en citant

LE CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ PROROGE D'UN AN LE MANDAT DE LA MISSION D'APPUI DES NATIONS UNIES EN LIBYE (MANUL)
 

Le Représentant spécial et Chef de la Mission d’appui des Nations Unies en Libye (MANUL), Tarek Mitri. Photo: ONU/Evan Schneider

14 mars 2013 – Le Conseil de sécurité a prorogé, jeudi, pour une nouvelle période de 12 mois, le mandat de la Mission d'appui des Nations Unies en Libye (MANUL) en tant que mission politique spéciale intégrée, tout en allégeant certaines des dispositions de l'embargo sur les armes imposé à la Libye.

Aux termes d'une résolution adoptée par le Conseil de sécurité à l'unanimité de ses quinze membres, la MANUL aidera désormais le gouvernement libyen à déterminer les besoins et les priorités dans tout le pays, à y répondre en donnant des conseils stratégiques et techniques, selon qu'il conviendra, et à appuyer l'action que mène la Libye dans la gestion de la transition démocratique, dans la promotion de l'état de droit, dans le rétablissement de la sécurité, dans la lutte contre la prolifération illicite des armes, ainsi que dans la coordination de l'aide internationale.

Le Conseil a également décidé d'alléger certaines des dispositions concernant la fourniture de matériel militaire non létal et toute assistance technique, formation ou aide financière à la Libye en la matière lorsque celles-ci sont destinées à un usage humanitaire ou de protection; ou quand elles ont pour but exclusif l'aide au Gouvernement libyen pour la sécurité ou le désarmement.

Avant d'adopter cette résolution, le Représentant spécial et Chef de la Mission d'appui des Nations Unies en Libye (MANUL), Tarek Mitri, a fait un exposé sur les développements récents de la situation en Libye.

« Le 17 février, le peuple libyen est descendu dans les rues pour marquer le second anniversaire de sa révolution. Des manifestants se sont aussi réunis sur la Place de la liberté de Benghazi pour demander la fin de la marginalisation politique et socioéconomique de l'est du pays. Ces événements n'ont pas déstabilisé le pays, et les manifestants ont témoigné un sentiment de fierté envers les promesses de la révolution », a souligné M. Tarek Mitri.

Dans ce contexte, il s'est réjoui que le Président libyen, Mahommad al-Magariaf, et le Premier Ministre, Ali Zeidan, aient pris contact avec l'ensemble du spectre politique de l'est du pays. Il a, cependant, mis en évidence la controverse et les divisions politiques qui persistent dans le pays au sujet de la proposition de loi visant à exclure de la vie politique ceux qui, par le passé, se sont adonnés à la corruption.
 
« La MINUL a appelé à la prudence en ce qui concerne l'adoption de cette loi et a transmis au Président un mémoire dans lequel elle répète la nécessité de respecter les normes internationales en la matière », a précisé M. Mitri.

Le 5 mars, une séance de travail du Congrès général national, destinée à débattre de ce projet de loi, s'est soldée par des échauffourées et des tentatives d'intimidation armée. En outre, une chaîne de télévision et d'autres institutions ont été victimes de groupes armés. Tarek Mitri a fermement condamné ces actes, ainsi que la tentative d'assassinat du Président qui a suivi.

Il s'est également déclaré grandement préoccupé par le fait que des milliers de détenus ne fassent toujours pas l'objet d'une procédure judiciaire ou continuent d'être détenus dans des fermes ou des habitations privées. Il a cependant précisé que le Gouvernement libyen avait pris des mesures en vue d'accélérer les entrevues avec les personnes détenues, ainsi que leur transfert vers des installations contrôlées par l'État.

Enfin, le chef de la MANUL a souligné que les problèmes sécuritaires en Libye demeuraient importants et constituaient la principale source de préoccupation de la population. « Le pays déborde d'armes et de munitions dont le contrôle n'est pas garanti, ce qui menace également la sécurité régionale étant donné la porosité des frontières », a-t-il dit.

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NORAD EXERCISE PLANNED FOR NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

Remember what happen on Sept.11, 2001 with Norad exercise and look more closely what's going on with North Korea. "U.S. deploying Missile Interceptors after latest North Korea Threat (Mar 15, 2013)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-Am54hzRCw  
and North Korea who SAYS it will nuke America and the "USA AND N.KOREA SECRET MEETINGS"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZzI7ybAxWE   and the possibility of the destruction of Washington.



D.C Posted: Wed 2:42 PM, Mar 13, 2013

Reporter: Associated Press


A U.S. Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopter will be participating in the exercise.

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and its geographical component, the Continental United States NORAD Region (CONR), will conduct exercise Falcon Virgo 13-06 beginning tonight, in the National Capital Region (NCR), Washington, D.C. The exercise will conclude early Thursday morning.

Flights in the NCR are scheduled to take place between midnight and 2 a.m. (EDT).

The exercise is comprised of a series of training flights held in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Capital Region Coordination Center, the Joint Air Defense Operations Center (JADOC), Civil Air Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard and CONR's Eastern Air Defense Sector.

Exercise Falcon Virgo is designed to hone NORAD's intercept and identification operations as well as operationally test the NCR Visual Warning System and certify newly assigned command and control personnel at JADOC. Civil Air Patrol aircraft and a U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter will participate in the exercise.
In the event of inclement weather, the exercise will take place the following evening. If bad weather continues, officials will then make a decision to postpone or cancel the exercise.

For more information, please contact NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs at 719-554-6889.

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Raison invoquée par l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé afin de mettre en place les check-points ou les barrages routiers.



14 mars 2013 – Selon le Rapport sur la sécurité routière dans le monde 2013 publié jeudi par l'Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), la législation en matière de sécurité routière doit rapidement évoluer afin de réduire le nombre de décès imputables aux accidents de la circulation.

Seuls 28 pays, soit 7% de la population mondiale, sont dotés d'une législation complète couvrant les cinq grands facteurs de risque qui sont la conduite en état d'ébriété, la vitesse, la non-utilisation des casques par les motocyclistes, des ceintures de sécurité et des dispositifs de sécurité pour enfants.

En 2010, les accidents de la route ont entraîné 1,24 million de décès dans le monde, un chiffre voisin de celui enregistré en 2007. Le rapport indique que même si 88 États Membres ont été capables de réduire ce nombre, il a augmenté dans 87 pays.

Selon le rapport, 59 pays ont limité la vitesse en agglomération à 50 km/h ou moins, 89 pays sont dotés d'une législation complète sur la conduite en état d'ébriété fixant le seuil d'alcoolémie à 0,05 g/dl ou moins. 90 pays possèdent une législation sur le port du casque, 111 pays possèdent une législation sur le port de la ceinture de sécurité et 96 pays possèdent une législation sur les dispositifs de sécurité pour enfants.

Cependant, le rapport souligne que la législation est mal appliquée dans la plupart des pays.

« Il faut qu'une volonté politique s'affirme au plus haut niveau pour garantir que la législation sur la sécurité routière soit adaptée et qu'elle soit strictement appliquée par tous », a affirmé le Directeur général de l'OMS, Margaret Chan, dans un communiqué de presse.

« Il faut qu'une volonté politique s'affirme au plus haut niveau pour garantir que la législation sur la sécurité routière soit adaptée et qu'elle soit strictement appliquée par tous. Sinon, les drames vont continuer d'endeuiller les familles et les communautés comme les systèmes de santé devront encore supporter tout le poids des traumatismes et des handicaps imputables aux accidents de la route », a-t-elle ajouté.

Dans le monde, 59% des personnes tuées dans un accident de la route ont entre 15 et 44 ans et 77% sont de sexe masculin et 27% des tués sur les routes sont des piétons et des cyclistes. Dans certains pays, ce chiffre dépasse 75%, ce qui reflète les décennies durant lesquelles les politiques de transport ont favorisé les engins motorisés et négligé les besoins des piétons.

Le rapport montre que risque de décéder des suites d'un accident de la route est le plus élevé en Afrique avec 24,1 décès pour 100.000 habitants. L'Europe est la région avec le plus faible risque avec 10,3 décès pour 100.000 habitants.

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RUSSIAN AIR FORCE READIES FOR MASSIVE DRILLS




MOSCOW, March 19 (RIA Novosti) – More than 70 aircraft and some 1,000 troops will be deployed in a series of tactical drills in preparation for a large-scale exercise next week in northwest Russia, military officials said on Tuesday.

Preparations for the exercise, codenamed Ladoga-2013, have begun in the Republic of Karelia, and the Leningrad, Smolensk and Tver regions with tactical drills by fighters, bombers and army aviation.

Aviation to be used includes MiG-31 Foxhound and Su-27 Flanker fighters, MiG-25RB Foxbat interceptors, Su-24M Fencer attack aircraft, Su24MR reconnaissance aircraft and Mi-8 Hip multirole helicopters and Mi-24 Hind attack helicopters.

Ladoga-2013 will start next week over Lake Ladoga in Karelia, which borders Finland, the Western Military District operation command said.

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MessagePosté le: Sam 23 Mar - 15:47 (2013)    Sujet du message: DOD RELEASES STRATEGY FOR HOMELAND DEFENSE AND DEFENSE SUPPORT FOR CIVIL AUTHORITIES Répondre en citant

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March 22, 2013



DOD RELEASES STRATEGY FOR HOMELAND DEFENSE AND DEFENSE SUPPORT FOR CIVIL AUTHORITIES 
 
The Department of Defense announced today the release of the Strategy for Homeland Defense and Defense Support of Civil Authorities. This policyestablishes DoD’s priorities in the areas of homeland defense and defense support of civil authorities through 2020, consistent with the president’s National Security Strategy and the 2012 Defense Strategic Guidance. It links with other DoD and national strategic documents related to missile defense, space, cyberspace, counterterrorism, and the Western Hemisphere. The strategy identifies two priority missions for the department in the homeland: defend U.S. territory from direct attack by state and non-state actors; and provide assistance to domestic civil authorities in the event of natural or manmade disasters, potentially in response to a very significant or catastrophic event.

The strategy emphasizes cost-effective policy mechanisms and innovative approaches to defend the homeland against direct attacks and to provide timely responses to routine and catastrophic events on U.S. territory. It stresses the continuation of DoD capabilities to defend against conventional and emerging threats in the air and maritime domains, while expanding cooperation with federal, state, and local partners to defeat asymmetric threats – including, for example, homegrown violent extremists who may seek to use improvised explosive devices. Additionally, it addresses DoD preparations for responding to man-made and natural disasters.

“The Department of Defense’s contributions to the defense of our nation have evolved over the past decade and account for new threats and challenges. Lessons learned from events like Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy and collaboration with our interagency partners and State Governors have framed our current approach to DoD civil support activities,” said Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas’ Security Affairs Todd Rosenblum. “This strategy emphasizes strengthening our partnerships with federal agencies like the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice, with state and local governments, with the private sector, and with our Canadian and Mexican neighbors – not only for more comprehensive approaches to complex security challenges in the homeland, but also to create efficiencies through collaboration and joint action,”

For further information about this strategy, please access http://www.defense.gov/news/Homelanddefensestrategy.pdf


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MessagePosté le: Sam 23 Mar - 16:40 (2013)    Sujet du message: NATIONAL GUARD KICKS OFF ’JOINING COMMUNITY FORCES’ Répondre en citant

NATIONAL GUARD KICKS OFF ’JOINING COMMUNITY FORCES’

By By Army Sgt. Darron Salzer
National Guard Bureau


WILMINGTON, Del., March 21, 2013 – The National Guard has kicked off a new effort to support service members, veterans and their families at the community level.



my Brig. Gen. Marianne Watson, director of manpower and personnel at the National Guard Bureau, signs the agreement between the bureau and the Corporation for National Community Service, March 13, 2013, in Wilmington, Del., for the National Guard’s Joining Community Forces initiative. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Darron Salzer

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The “Joining Community Forces” initiative is an expansion of the national-level Joining Forces campaign championed by First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden. It focuses attention on identifying grassroots solutions at the community level to assist veterans, service members and their families with employment, wellness, and education issues, said Army Brig. Gen. Marianne Watson, director of manpower and personnel at the National Guard Bureau. “After 10 years of [continued operations], … all of the services -- not just the National Guard -- have been reaching out to communities to help solve community-based problems and bring solutions to our service members, families, and veterans,” Watson said.

The chief of the National Guard Bureau, Army Gen. Frank J. Grass, agreed. “The National Guard is the perfect organization to take the lead with a great program like Joining Community Forces,” he said, “because that is where we operate every single day – in the community.”

Although Joining Community Forces is a National Guard initiative, Watson said, the program’s benefits are not meant for Guard and Reserve personnel alone.

“This effort is for all service members, all veterans, and all families of service members across the U.S.,” she said. “It doesn’t matter what reserve component or what active component, either still on active duty or you’ve transitioned to a community, this network is for everyone – active, Guard or reserve.”

Watson added that the program may help active duty members transitioning to civilian life find their transition more comfortable.

“They are used to -- or comfortable with -- this network of support they’ve received through installations previously. … They overwhelmingly deserve our support and attention in our ability to help them in these areas where they have issues each and every day,” she said.

The National Guard Bureau recently signed an agreement with the Corporation for National and Community Service to work together to develop and mature a network of support in the three critical areas of employment, wellness, and education.

Watson said the CNCS already has dedicated more than 100 members of Volunteers in Service to America to help develop and foster this critical network of support at the local level across the United States.

“As the budget situation gets tighter and tighter, this network of support is even that much more important because of the reduction of resources and our ability to continue that support,” Watson said. “We need the communities in the states [and the organizations within] to come together and to build that network for our members.”

Darla Haines, outreach program manager for manpower and personnel at the National Guard Bureau, said one goal of Joining Community Forces is to establish liaisons in communities who can identify and aggregate local resources for those who might need them.

We’re looking to [establish] a community liaison, or community point-of-contact in that community that is kind of like the ‘belly-button’ … of where to go in that community and who knows what is in that community and what the needs are for the service members in that community,” she said.

With the drawdown overseas and service members leaving the Guard, the Reserve, and the active duty forces – as well as veterans already in living in local communities – the number of people who need support will continue to grow, and more rapidly than before, she said.

“For our returning soldiers and airmen, reintegration can be challenging,” Grass said. “Having someone in the local community who can show these young men and women what resources are available to them to ease that process is a huge service.”

Biographies:
Army Gen. Frank J. Grass

Related Sites:
National Guard Bureau


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MessagePosté le: Sam 23 Mar - 20:50 (2013)    Sujet du message: U.S. SOLDIER WHO SAID THAT 30,000 TROOPS ARE TRAINING IN THE HOUSTON AREA RIGHT NOW TO CONFISCATE U.S. CITIZENS WEAPONS Répondre en citant

U.S. SOLDIER WHO SAID THAT 30,000 TROOPS ARE TRAINING IN THE HOUSTON AREA RIGHT NOW TO CONFISCATE U.S. CITIZENS WEAPONS

Hi Steve,

I just heard from a friend who is at the Houston hamfest. He said today that he spoke with a U.S. soldier who said that 30,000 troops are training in the Houston area right now to confiscate U.S. citizens weapons. Make up of the nationality of the troops is unknown. But, this is for the Houston area only, so I am assuming that many nationalities are included.

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BREAKING HUGE DHS MILITARY EQUIPMENT MOVEMENT ON TRAIN IN AZ MARCH 2013 MARTIAL LAW!



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NATO OFFICIALS HOST YOUNG PROFESSIONALS AT JOHNS HOPKINS

By Amaani Lyle
American Forces Press Service


WASHINGTON, March 27, 2013 – NATO’s supreme allied commander for transformation encouraged about 70 college students here yesterday to apply their talent and motivation in assessing current and future crisis management and security challenges.

NATO, Allied Command Transformation and partner organizations hosted the 2013 Young Professionals Day at Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies here, where Gen. Jean-Paul Paloméros of the French air force delivered the keynote address.The general called participants “active crew members” charged to provide fresh and innovative perspectives in strategic thinking for an ever-changing security environment to NATO leadership and analysts from the alliance’s 28 member nations and its partners.


“In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, NATO fully recognized that threats to the security of our nations are increasingly global and transnational,” Paloméros said.

The general reminded the students that two major milestones, both unforeseen, marked NATO’s transformation: the dismantling of the Soviet Union and 9/11.

As joint cyber, missile defense and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities increasingly define technology, the general said, new risks and opportunities can influence the security landscape. And since the alliance has become more inclusive -- nearly doubling its membership since Paloméros was a college student -- the NATO response must constantly evolve as a younger, more diverse force helps to create the strategic blueprint for interoperability.

“Within a very ambitious strategy concept, we still need to solve our security equation,” the general said. “We need to find the best way to match the security requirement to the security supply and resources.”

While the interconnection of people, ideas, trade and economies is not itself a security challenge, Paloméros said, it does have a direct effect organizationally on Allied Command Transformation, based on access to resources and the sharing of ideology.

“Interdependence of nations and regions can also create vulnerabilities,” Paloméros said. “[It] creates a growing demand for international security, and this has to be addressed … [with] a comprehensive approach.”

Assessing resources is critical to that approach, he continued, as the alliance cannot underestimate financial realities that jeopardize allies’ ability to resource their armed forces. NATO can do more through collaborative initiatives, he added, but individual nations may not be able to do more due to budget constraints that may be the norm for years to come.

NATO’s vision for outreach is not limited to allied nations, Paloméros emphasized, noting key partnerships with the European Union, United Nations, African Union, and the Red Cross among others. “Those partnerships are the key components of our vision for the alliance,” he said.

The links with these organizations will be fundamental to success in the way ahead, he said. “The ultimate goal of this work will be identifying security implications for future operation capabilities,” the general told the students.

Based in Norfolk, Va., Allied Command Transformation is central to NATO’s efforts to lead continuous military transformation that enhances effectiveness in current and future operations through training, education, capabilities, doctrine and concepts.


Biographies:
French Air Force Gen. Jean-Paul Paloméros

Related Sites:
NATO Allied Command Transformation
NATO
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies


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No. 017-13March 27, 2013


 
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE CHUCK HAGEL WELCOMES AFRICAN LEADERS

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will host an honor cordon to welcome the presidents of Sierra Leone, Senegal, Malawi, and the prime minister of Cape Verde to the Pentagon Thursday at 9:45 a.m. EDT. The event will be held on the steps of the Pentagon River Entrance. Sierra Leone's President Bai Koroma, Senegal's President Macky Sall, Malawi's President Joyce Banda and Cape Verde's Prime Minister Jose Maria Neves are in Washington, D.C., for several days of events.

Secretary Hagel welcomes the opportunity to meet with these African leaders and appreciates their partnership in addressing regional security challenges. The group is meeting at the Pentagon to discuss shared priorities in countering terrorism, combating transnational threats, and enhancing maritime security. While in Washington, they will also meet with President Obama and other U.S. officials, and will participate in additional events focusing on economic development, trade, and consolidating democratic gains in Africa.

Journalists without a Pentagon building pass will be picked up at the Pentagon River Parking Pedestrian Bridge only. Plan to arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to the event; have proof of affiliation and two forms of photo identification. Please call 703-697-5131 for escort to the cordon.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 31 Mar - 20:38 (2013)    Sujet du message: UN APPROVES DR CONGO 'INTERVENTION BRIGADE' / L'ONU CRÉE UNE BRIGADE OFFENSIVE DE CASQUES BLEUS EN RDC Répondre en citant

UN APPROVES DR CONGO 'INTERVENTION BRIGADE'



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L'ONU CRÉE UNE BRIGADE OFFENSIVE DE CASQUES BLEUS EN RDC
 
Mise à jour le jeudi 28 mars 2013 à 21 h 28 HAE
| Radio-Canada avec Agence France-Presse, Associated Press et Reuters


Des rebelles du M23 à Bunagana, en RDC, le 3 janvier 2013 Photo : AFP/ISAAC KASAMANI

Le Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU a approuvé jeudi la création d'une brigade militaire offensive pour combattre les rebelles de l'est de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC), une initiative sans précédent pour les Nations unies.

Jamais auparavant une mission de maintien de la paix de l'ONU n'a obtenu un tel mandat à caractère offensif. De plus, l'intervention des Casques bleus sera pour la première fois couplée à l'utilisation de drones.

 Intégrée à la Mission de l'ONU pour la stabilisation en RDC (MONUSCO) et aidée de l'armée congolaise, la brigade sera chargée de neutraliser et désarmer les groupes d'insurgés ainsi que de rétablir la paix dans l'est du pays.

Cette nouvelle force d'intervention devrait compter plus de 2500 militaires pour une période initiale d'un an.

La résolution, préparée par Paris, a été adoptée à l'unanimité par les 15 membres du Conseil de sécurité.

L'est de la RDC est le théâtre de conflits quasiment ininterrompus depuis une vingtaine d'années, en raison de ses richesses minières et agricoles que dispute le gouvernement congolais à certains pays voisins, principalement le Rwanda et l'Ouganda. L'ONU accuse ces pays de soutenir les rebelles du M23, ce que démentent les deux pays.

« Imposition de la paix » 

Bien que sa principale mission fut jusqu'à présent la protection des civils, la MONUSCO a été critiquée pour n'avoir pas empêché la progression des insurgés du M23, l'un des principaux groupes rebelles, et les violences qui l'accompagnent. Le M23 a pris le contrôle de Goma, la capitale, en novembre dernier avant de se retirer.

Depuis plusieurs mois, Kinshasa demandait que la mission soit renforcée. Certains pays y étaient réticents, mais selon des sources diplomatiques, l'examen de la résolution aurait été accéléré de manière à ce qu'elle soit adoptée avant le 1er avril. À partir de cette date, le Rwanda, soupçonné de complicité vis-à-vis des rebelles, occupera la présidence tournante au Conseil de sécurité.

Malgré l'adoption de la résolution, les États-Unis disent douter de la capacité de la brigade renforcée à chasser les groupes rebelles.

L'ambassadeur du Guatemala aux Nations unies, Gert Rosenthal, se dit quant à lui préoccupé que l'ONU prenne le risque de compromettre sa neutralité en organisant une « imposition de la paix ».

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AIR FORCE TO IMPLEMENT FORCE STRUCTURE CHANGES

By Jennifer Cassidy
Air Force Public Affairs



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WASHINGTON (3/29/13) - The Air Force released its plan Thursday to implement force structure changes mandated by the fiscal year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act.

The bill authorized the service to complete actions approved in previous years, such as aircraft retirements, and directed execution of congressionally approved force structure actions.

Some of these changes were outlined in the Air Force's Total Force Proposal, developed in coordination with the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve. Others were congressionally directed.

"Our Air Force continues efforts to maximize the strength of our Total Force, and we are pleased with the progress that is being made on this front," said Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley. "This implementation plan illustrates the Air Force's continued commitment to transparency as it completes the force structure requirements directed and authorized by the NDAA."

The NDAA directs a reduction of 65 aircraft and approximately 1,400 military billets from the Air National Guard, 57 aircraft from the Air Force Reserve, and 122 aircraft and approximately 6,100 military billets from the active-duty Air Force.

"Working together we can combine the personnel, equipment and readiness necessary to build a total Air Force equal to all the challenges our nation faces," said Lt. Gen. Stanley (Sid) E. Clarke III, director of the Air National Guard.

The Air Force's implementation plan includes a state-by-state description of changes for each base and the associated timeline. Each major command developed activation, reassignment, re-missioning or divesture options.

"We've developed guiding principles to ensure that as we make decisions, we continue to have a strong foundation for what is best for our Air Force," said Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, chief, Air Force Reserve and commander, Air Force Reserve Command. "We must leverage regular and reserve component strengths and align our decisions with a commitment as one total force team."

Key principles include: ensure personnel readiness, training and retention for transitioning units to remain at the highest level practicable and minimize mission gaps for units transitioning to new or different missions. Each of the components embraces these principles.

The Air Force will apply this collaborative approach to facilitate open communication with key stakeholders on future total force efforts. Recently, the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force created a Total Force Task Force.

TF2 will create an enduring strategic process to determine how to correctly balance the strengths of each component to sustain capabilities required to defend our nation now and into the future.

"Our active, Reserve and Guard components are increasingly integrated --training, deploying and conducting a full range of missions together as one Air Force," said Donley, "and we're committed to ensuring that our active and reserve component mix correctly balances the strengths of each component, meeting our strategic requirements and our fiscal demands as well. The FY13 implementation plan gets us on a path toward that end."

Find the full text of the Air Force Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act Implementation Plan "A Strong Total Force for the Future" here.

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CHINA MOBILIZING TROOPS, JETS NEAR N. KOREAN BORDER, US OFFICIALS SAY

US MOVES GUIDED-MISSILE DESTROYER INTO PACIFIC ON N. KOREA. APRIL-1-2013



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Published April 01, 2013
Washington Free Beacon

China has placed military forces on heightened alert in the northeastern part of the country as tensions mount on the Korean peninsula following recent threats by Pyongyang to attack, U.S. officials said.

Reports from the region reveal the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently increased its military posture in response to the heightened tensions, specifically North Korea's declaration of a "state of war" and threats to conduct missile attacks against the United States and South Korea.

According to the officials, the PLA has stepped up military mobilization in the border region with North Korea since mid-March, including troop movements and warplane activity.

China's navy also conducted live-firing naval drills by warships in the Yellow Sea that were set to end Monday near the Korean peninsula, in apparent support of North Korea, which was angered by ongoing U.S.-South Korean military drills that are set to continue throughout April.

North Korea, meanwhile, is mobilizing missile forces, including road-mobile short- and medium-range missiles, according to officials familiar with satellite imagery of missile bases.

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