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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Avr - 22:56 (2017)    Sujet du message: NAVY INSTALLATIONS UNDERWAY WITH TRANSITIONING TO DEFENSE BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM TO ENHANCE BASE SECURITY Répondre en citant

NAVY INSTALLATIONS UNDERWAY WITH TRANSITIONING TO DEFENSE BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM TO ENHANCE BASE SECURITY

Story Number: NNS170421-32Release Date: 4/21/2017 2:11:00 PM

From Commander, Navy Installations Command Public Affairs



WASHINGTON (NNS) -- In 2015 Navy installations began transitioning to the Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) to enhance base access control security.

On April 17, the Navy began transitioning all vendors, contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and service providers seeking base access who currently use or qualify for the Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS) from NCACS to DBIDS. The transition applies to installations in the continental United States, Hawaii and Guam.

The transition that is currently underway from NCACS to DBIDS applies to all eligible vendors, contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, and service providers. Those individuals with Department of Defense (DoD) approved sponsorship to conduct business with the Navy and/or tenant commands aboard a Navy installation, who are not eligible for a common access card (CAC) also may apply for a DBIDS card.

Current NCACS cardholders will have until July 15 to obtain a DBIDS credential at the local base Visitor Control Center. NCACS cards will no longer be accepted after July 15. Contractors, sub-contractors, vendors and suppliers who do not have an NCACS card will have up to 180 days to obtain their DBIDS credential.

For information on how to obtain a DBIDS credential, go to www.cnic.navy.mil/om/dbids.html

DBIDS increases installation security and communications by receiving frequent database updates on changes to personnel/credential status, law enforcement warrants, lost/stolen cards, and force protection conditions. The system provides a continuous vetting anytime the DBIDS card is scanned at an installation entry point.

For additional questions, please contact the local base Visitor Control Center.

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

For more news from Commander, Navy Installations Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/cni/.


http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=100036




Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) increases installation security and communications by receiving frequent database updates on changes to personnel/credential status, law enforcement warrants, lost/stolen cards, and force protection conditions. The system provides a continuous vetting anytime the DBIDS card is scanned at an installation entry point. 

 
If you currently have an Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS) card (used with Rapidgate), the following is required to get a DBIDS credential:
  • Present your NCACS Card and a completed copy of the SECNAV FORM 5512/1 to the base Visitor Control Center representative.
  • The VCC will pull up your information in the computer, ensuring all information is current and correct.
  • Once your information is validated, a temporary DBIDS credential is provided.
  • Your temporary credential will have an expiration date, prior to which you will need to obtain your permanent DBIDS credential (~ 90 days).
  • For each additional U.S. Navy installation to which you need access, the first time you visit you only need to bring your DBIDS credential and statement of purpose for base access when arriving at the Visitor Control Center.
  • The representative will enter base access authorization and then you may proceed to work.
  If you do NOT have an NCACS Card, the following is required to obtain a DBIDS credential:
  • Present a letter or official document from my government sponsoring organization that provides the purpose for your access.
  • Present valid identification, such as a passport or Real ID Act-compliant state driver's license.
  • Present a completed copy of the SECNAV 5512/1 form to obtain your background check.
  • Upon completion of the background check, the Visitor Control Center representative will complete the DBIDS enrollment process, which includes your photo, finger prints, base restrictions, and several other assessments; after all this is done, you will be provided with your new DBIDS credential.
  • You may now proceed to work.
  FOR ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ABOUT OBTAINING A DBIDS CARD, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BASE VISITOR CONTROL CENTER
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SECNAV Form 5512-1.pdf

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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Avr - 23:08 (2017)    Sujet du message: ANTI-TERRORISM TRAINING Répondre en citant

ANTI-TERRORISM TRAINING

Training is a key consideration for combating terrorism.  Through the links below you will be able to take the Level I basic antiterrorism course.  Additionally, you will find information that clarifies the difference between Force Protection Conditions (FPCONs) and Threat levels, as well as the current threat levels throughout our Area Of Responsibility (AOR).  Traveler information is available at the touch of a key and is required for all CNIC  personnel traveling outside their commander's Area of Responsibility.

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YOUR NAVY OPERATING FORWARD – MALAYSIA, KOREA, GULF OF ADEN

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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 00:16 (2017)    Sujet du message: TRUMP PULLS PLUG ON GOVT JUST IN TIME FOR APRIL 26th. / THERE'S NO EVIDENCE LINKING POWER OUTAGES IN SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK AND LA Répondre en citant

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TRUMP PULLS PLUG ON GOVT JUST IN TIME FOR APRIL 26th.



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THERE'S NO EVIDENCE LINKING POWER OUTAGES IN SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK AND LA
A series of power outages in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City on Friday left people across the country struggling to complete their morning commutes. There is currently no evidence to suggest that this is more than just a coincidence, despite worries about some sort of cyber attack.

Read more : https://www.inverse.com/article/30643-power-outage-nyc-sf-la-coincidence


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 03:51 (2017)    Sujet du message: NORTH KOREAN BORDER : “FEARS U.S. IS PREPARING TO ATTACK ” Répondre en citant

RUMOR OF THERMONUCLEAR WAR

NORTH KOREAN BORDER : “FEARS U.S. IS PREPARING TO ATTACK ”


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We can all pretend like there is nothing going on around the Korean Peninsula and hope that cooler heads will prevail, but if history is any guide, when the militaries of multiple nations begin to mass troops at borders, it takes only a single, often seemingly inconsequential, catalyst to plunge the situation into all-out war.

That’s exactly what’s happening in North Korea today. Two weeks ago China deployed some 150,000 troops to the North Korean border and put their entire military on high alert in anticipation of a U.S. military strike on Kim Jong Un.

Now we learn that Russia is rapidly deploying troop and equipment to their border with North Korea, as well.
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Vladimir Putin is sending troops and equipment to Russia’s border with North Korea over fears the US is preparing to attack Kim Jong-un.



A video purports to show one of three trains loaded with military equipment moving towards the 11 mile-long land frontier between Russia and the repressive state.

Another evidently highlights military helicopter movements towards the North Korean border and manoeuvres across rough terrain by army combat vehicles.
Other reports suggest there have been military moves by road as well.

There have been concerns that if a conflict breaks out Russia could face a humanitarian exodus from North Korea.

But Putin has been warned, too, that in the event of a US strike on Kim Jong-un’s nuclear facilities, contamination could swiftly reach Russia.

‘Railway trains loaded with military equipment moving towards Primorsky region via Khabarovsk have been noticed by locals,’ reported primemedia.ru in the Russian far East – linking the development to the North Korean crisis.

‘The movement of military equipment by different means of transport to southern areas is being observed across Primorsky region over the past week,’ said military veteran Stanislva Sinitsyn.

Full report: The Daily Mail




A few hundred thousands troops on the North Korean border, a U.S. Naval Strike Fleet awaiting orders from President Trump and constant threats of missile and nuclear tests from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un…

What could possibly go wrong?

Related: This FDA Approved “Nuke Pill” Could Save Your Life In A Nuclear Emergency

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/tension-builds-vladimir-putin-mobilizes-troops-and-equipment-to-north-korean-border-fears-u-s-is-preparing-to-attack-the-united-states1_04202017


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 03:56 (2017)    Sujet du message: FLASHBACK: RUSSIA HAS “SATAN 2” NUCLEAR MISSILES THAT CAN WIPE OUT AN ENTIRE AREA THE SIZE OF TEXAS Répondre en citant

FLASHBACK: RUSSIA HAS “SATAN 2” NUCLEAR MISSILES THAT CAN WIPE OUT AN ENTIRE AREA THE SIZE OF TEXAS

Thursday, April 13, 2017 by: Jayson Veley
Tags: Donald Trump, nuclear war, Russia, Satan 2, Vladimir Putin, War



(Natural News) It’s strange, but for some reason, millions of Americans, including many members of the Republican Party, seem to have developed a bizarre infatuation for Russia and Vladimir Putin. This is odd, considering the fact that Putin has a long dark history of corruption, theft and murder. Not surprisingly, it has recently been revealed that the Russians may have known in advance that the Syrian chemical attack was in progress. According to a senior U.S. official, a drone that was being operated by the Russians was sighted flying over a hospital as Syrians were rushing to get treatment. The official said that there is no possible way that the presence of the drone was a coincidence, and that the Russians must have known that the chemical attacks were forthcoming.

Following the U.S. airstrikes launched at a Syrian airfield late last week, Iran and Russia threatened a “lethal response” to further military action in the region. A statement issued from the Syria-Iran-Russia Joint Operations Room warned, “We will respond to any aggression powerfully, as Russia and Iran would never allow the U.S. to dominate the world.” Even though world domination is not and never will be the goal of the United States, a threat from one of the world’s strongest nations is something that should be taken very seriously.

As reported by CNN last May, Russia’s military’s is arguably the strongest it has been since the Cold War. According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Russia’s active military personnel totals about 798,000 – 240,000 fighting in the Army, 148,000 fighting in the Navy, 145,000 fighting in the Air Force, and 265,000 fighting in various other branches. Furthermore, according to IHS Jane’s, Russia spent $44.6 billion on defense in 2014, $54.5 billion in 2015, and $49.2 billion in 2016. Although these figures are significantly less than the amount the United States spends on defense each year, Russia’s defense budget is still among the highest in the world.

In October, The Telegraph reported on one of Russia’s newly developed weapons, which has the ability to wipe out nearly all of the United Kingdom, France, or the entire state of Texas. Images of the missile, called “Satan 2,” have been declassified for quite some time but have just recently been published and made available to the public. (RELATED: Read about Russia’s new nuke deployment strategy that could destroy the entire east coast of the U.S.)

Obviously, a missile that is capable of creating such widespread destruction must be massive both in size and in carrying capacity. Russian media reports that Satan 2 is expected to weigh an estimated 10 tons once complete, and will be able to carry 10 tons of nuclear cargo.

In order to understand how much power Satan 2 has, it helps to put things into perspective by first looking at the damage caused by the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. The atomic bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed 135,000 people and 64,000 people respectively. For both bombs, the destruction radius was astoundingly far. Within one mile of ground zero, every single structure was completely destroyed. Within three miles most structures were heavily damaged, and some minor damage even occurred up to 12 miles away.

Consider all of this power, multiply it by 2000, and you’ve got the power of Russia’s Satan 2. That’s right – Russia’s new weapon has the ability to create a blast 2000 times larger than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Clearly, Russia has the military might to do serious damage to any country that it deems a threat, including the United States. While it wouldn’t be wise for President Trump to back down or apologize for striking Syria, it’s important that at the very least, he takes the power of our enemies into serious consideration before taking any further action.

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Telegraph.co.uk
CNN.com
APNews.com
FreeBeacon.com
AtomicArchive.com

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-04-13-flashback-russia-has-satan-2-nuclear-…


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 21:59 (2017)    Sujet du message: JAPANESE DESTROYERS JOIN US ARMADA HEADED TOWARD NORTH KOREA Répondre en citant

JAPANESE DESTROYERS JOIN US ARMADA HEADED TOWARD NORTH KOREA



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Two Japanese Navy destroyers have joined the carrier strike group ‘USS Carl Vinson’ heading towards the Korean Peninsula for a massive show of force as North Korea prepares to mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its military.

The Japanese warships, destroyers ‘Ashigara’ and ‘Samidare’, left the navy’s Sasebo base early on Friday for a rendezvous with the ‘USS Carl


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:03 (2017)    Sujet du message: MILITARY EXERCISE 'NEPTUNE FALCON' USES B2 STEALTH BOMBERS IN MISSOURI Répondre en citant

MILITARY EXERCISE 'NEPTUNE FALCON' USES B2 STEALTH BOMBERS IN MISSOURI



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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:08 (2017)    Sujet du message: NORTH KOREA WARNS CHINA OF "CATASTROPHIC CONSEQUENCES" FOR SIDING WITH US Répondre en citant

NORTH KOREA WARNS CHINA OF "CATASTROPHIC CONSEQUENCES" FOR SIDING WITH US 



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Having repeatedly threatened the annihilation of its neightbor to the south, and most recently warning of a "super-mighty preemptive strike" against the US, one day after it emerged that Pyongyang appeared to have resumed activity at its Punggye-ri Nuclear test site, North Korea asked China not to step up anti-North sanctions, warning of "catastrophic consequences" in their bilateral relations.


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:11 (2017)    Sujet du message: NORTH KOREA'S PUNGGYE-RI NUCLEAR TEST SITE : BACK TO WORK WE GO Répondre en citant

NORTH KOREA'S PUNGGYE-RI NUCLEAR TEST SITE : BACK TO WORK WE GO
  
By 38 North
21 April 2017

A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. and Jack Liu.

Commercial satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site from April 19 indicates probable trailers near the North Portal, the tunnel that North Korea appears to have been preparing for a nuclear test. While no recent dumping is observed, there are at least five mining carts along the tracks leading to the spoil pile and one probable small equipment trailer adjacent to the support building. A net canopy remains in place, presumably concealing equipment, and the pumping of water out of the tunnel to maintain an environment optimal for instrumentation and stemming seems to have ceased.

Figure 1. Probable trailers observed near the North Portal.


Image © 2017 DigitalGlobe, Inc. All rights reserved. For media licensing options, please contact thirtyeightnorth@gmail.com.

At the Main Administrative Area, no volleyball games are observed, but the outline of the court in the north courtyard is still visible. There is a small truck or van present in the south courtyard along with several unidentified objects and activities. While the imagery is not high enough resolution to determine what these objects are, some may be supplies or equipment with tarps or netting draped over them.

Figure 2. Several unidentified objects and activities observed at the Main Administrative Area.


Image © 2017 DigitalGlobe, Inc. All rights reserved. For media licensing options, please contact thirtyeightnorth@gmail.com.

No activity of significance is noted at the West Portal, South Portal, Command Center Area or elsewhere in the facility.

It is unclear if the noted activity represents a “tactical pause” before a forthcoming nuclear test, a broader more prolonged “stand down” from testing or normal facility operations. Regardless, satellite imagery continues to indicate that the Punggye-ri nuclear test site appears able to conduct a sixth nuclear test at any time once the order is received from Pyongyang.

http://38north.org/2017/04/punggye042117/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:17 (2017)    Sujet du message: RUSSIAN VKS DETECTED PATROLLING OFF ALASKA COAST FOURTH NIGHT IN ROW, USAF INTERCEPTED TWO OF FOUR PATROLS Répondre en citant

RUSSIAN VKS DETECTED PATROLLING OFF ALASKA COAST FOURTH NIGHT IN ROW, USAF INTERCEPTED TWO OF FOUR PATROLS

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"Russian military aircraft were spotted flying off the coast of Alaska for the fourth time in as many days, a spokesperson for the North American Aerospace Defense Command told CNN on Friday. The two most recent sightings occurred late Wednesday and on Thursday, with the first involving two IL-38 maritime patrol aircraft and the second involving two Tu-95 nuclear-capable Bear bombers. Russian aircraft never entered US airspace but US F-22s and Canadian CF-18s jets were dispatched to perform an intercept during Thursday's encounter, according to NORAD ... On Thursday, the bombers entered the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone 700 nautical miles southwest of Anchorage -- significantly farther from the US coastline than two other encounters that occurred on Monday and Tuesday ... There is 'no other way to interpret this other than as strategic messaging,' one official told CNN ... 'We haven't seen this sort of level of activity for a couple of years,' said John Cornelio, a NORAD spokesperson"
http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/21/politics/ ... ons-trump/

"There are reports of Russian bomber patrols along the West Coast each of the past four nights, but this is not exactly the case. One was a maritime patrol by two IL-38s, which are not bombers. The Ilyushin Il-38 'Dolphin' is a patrol plane. U.S. aircraft intercepted ... Canadians were involved ... There is a classified set of criteria for determining which Russian bomber flights need to be intercepted and which don’t. Tuesday night’s flight did not meet the criteria"
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/russian-pla ... est-coast/

"Canadian fighter jets have intercepted Russian bombers off Canada's northern coast for the first time in more than two years ... Two CF-18s were scrambled on Thursday after North American early-warning air defences spotted two TU-95 Bear bombers approaching Alaskan and Canadian airspace from the west around 7 p.m. The long-range bombers, which can carry nuclear weapons, were also tracked by U.S. F-22 jets based out of Alaska ... It was also the fourth time in as many days that Russian aircraft have been spotted approaching North American airspace. Norad also dispatched F-22s on Monday to track Bear bombers that were flying near Alaska. Two TU-95s were also spotted near Alaskan airspace on Tuesday while two IL-38 maritime patrol aircraft were tracked on Wednesday, though Norad opted not to scramble fighters in either case. 'We haven't seen this level of activity since July 2015,' Stadnyk said"
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/rus ... -1.4081048

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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:24 (2017)    Sujet du message: READOUT OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JIM MATTIS' MEETINGS WITH QATARI EMIR BIN HAMAD AL THANI AND DEFENSE MINISTER AL-ATTIYAH / READOUT OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JIM MATTIS' MEETINGS WITH ISRAELI LEADERSHIP Répondre en citant

IMMEDIATE RELEASE

READOUT OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JIM MATTIS' MEETINGS WITH QATARI EMIR BIN HAMAD AL THANI AND DEFENSE MINISTER AL-ATTIYAH

Press Operations
Release No: NR-142-17
April 22, 2017

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 Pentagon Spokesman Eric Pahon provided the following readout:
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis met today with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and Defense Minister Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah in Doha. This meeting closely followed a March 27th meeting between the defense minister and the secretary at the Pentagon.

The secretary reinforced the importance of deepening the U.S.-Qatari strategic partnership and discussed shared security interests, which include the defeat of ISIS.

Secretary Mattis reiterated the value of the Qatari support to the counter-ISIS coalition as well as the country's role in maintaining regional stability and security.

https://www.defense.gov/News/News-Releases/News-Release-View/Article/116025…


READOUT OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JIM MATTIS' MEETINGS WITH ISRAELI LEADERSHIP


Press Operations
Release No: NR-141-17
April 21, 2017

Alpha

 Pentagon Spokesman Eric Pahon provided the following readout:
 
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis met today with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, and Minister of Defense Avigdor Lieberman.
 
The secretary reaffirmed the United States’ unwavering commitment to Israel’s security and qualitative military edge, and the importance of our enduring relationship with the government and people of Israel.
 
Secretary Mattis and Prime Minister Lieberman held a joint press conference at the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv. The secretary reinforced the need for vigilance and the strongest possible cooperation to counter threats from terrorist groups and from Iran's destabilizing activities.
 
Secretary Mattis acknowledged next week's Holocaust Remembrance Day, noting the two countries' common determination to never allow such horrific events to recur.
 
https://www.defense.gov/News/News-Releases/News-Release-View/Article/115966…


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:38 (2017)    Sujet du message: PREPARATIONS ARE WELL UNDERWAY FOR NATO’S PREMIER MISSILE DEFENCE EXERCISE IN 2017 Répondre en citant

                                                                                                              


PREPARATIONS ARE WELL UNDERWAY FOR NATO’S PREMIER MISSILE DEFENCE EXERCISE IN 2017

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The meaning and origin of the expression: Burning the midnight oil


To work late into the night. Originally this was by the light of an oil lamp or candle. More recently, the phrase is used figuratively, alluding back its use before electric lighting.

Origin

The English author Francis Quarles wrote in Emblemes, 1635:

Citation:


Wee spend our mid-day sweat, or mid-night oyle;
Wee tyre the night in thought; the day in toyle.




http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/80200.html

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Allied Air Command personnel using the integrated planning tool AirC2IS. Photo by Cynthia Vernat, HQ Allied Air Command Public Affairs.

20 Apr 2017

RAMSTEIN, Germany - In preparation for STEADFAST ARMOUR 17, NATO’s premier Missile Defence Exercise for 2017, running April 24 to 28, action officers are "burning the midnight oil” using NATO’s latest planning tool Air Command and Control Information System (AirC2IS). 
 
With this integrated planning system NATO has an enhanced capability to plan coordinate and view Missile Defence Designs and display current events pertaining to Missile Defence.

Operators at HQ Allied Air Command and Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO (STRIKFORNATO) will construct Missile Defence Designs to enable planning, and Operational decision making in support of deployed and simulated forces during the exercise.  This tool has the ability to link planners from different locations and to synchronise the display of information to be used at distributed commands.  The robust functionality and utility of the system will greatly support the hard efforts of the operators, when they are 'put through their paces'. 

NATO is assigned the task of providing overarching protection to the geographic territory and populations of the 28 member nations. NATO’s Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) capability is purely defensive. This exercise will further demonstrate NATO’s ability to integrate, plan and execute a complex BMD mission in defence of the Alliance

Story by HQ Allied Air Command Public Affairs
 
To learn more about Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO, visit their website at www.sfn.nato.int

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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:47 (2017)    Sujet du message: ALLIED AIR COMMAND EXERCISES COMMAND AND CONTROL OF AIR OPERATIONS Répondre en citant

                                                                                                              



ALLIED AIR COMMAND EXERCISES COMMAND AND CONTROL OF AIR OPERATIONS


Joint Force Air Component personnel execute Command and Control of Air Operations from the Situation Centre. Photo by Cynthia Vernat, HQ Allied Air Command Public Affairs.
20 Apr 2017

RAMSTEIN, Germany- Exercise Ramstein Ambition (RAAN) runs from Apr. 24 to May 5 and is Headquarters (HQ) Allied Air Command’s primary training event for 2017, focused firmly on exercising the Joint Force Air Component Headquarters’ (JFAC HQ) ability to Command and Control(C2) a Small Joint Operation Air Heavy in a Joint environment

Around 700 staff from across Allied Air Command’s Deployable Air Command and Control Centre at Poggio Renatico and the Combined Air Operations Centres (CAOCs) at Torrejon, Spain, and Uedem, Germany, will form a scaled JFAC with HQ colleagues at Ramstein, Germany.  In total, personnel from 33 units representing 28 nations will participate. The JFAC will be tailored in size and composition to provide full functionality of the NATO Command Structure JFAC HQ within a scenario designed around a Peace Support Operation and based on a simulated contemporary hybrid war scenario.

NATO’s Allied Air Command is tasked to provide effective C2 of air operations.  This exercise ensures that NATO evolves to meet new security challenges and serves to demonstrate the range and scale of military capabilities that the Alliance can bring to bear, in the Sea, Land and Air domains, to collectively defend against a range of threats.

Story by Allied Air Command Public Affairs Office

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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 22:55 (2017)    Sujet du message: NATO AIR EXERCISE RAMSTEIN ALLOY 4 TO BE HOSTED IN LITHUANIA Répondre en citant

                                                                                                              


NATO AIR EXERCISE RAMSTEIN ALLOY 4 TO BE HOSTED IN LITHUANIA




A Royal Netherlands F-16 currently conducting NATO's Baltic Air Policing mission. Photo courtesy of Gerben van Es, Royal Netherlands Air Force

19 Apr 2017

ŠIAULIAI, Lithuania – The fourth edition of the NATO air exercise series RAMSTEIN ALLOY is going to take place in Baltic airspace, mainly over Lithuania on April 25 and 26. Fighter jets from both Baltic Air Policing detachments, the Netherlands and Germany, from Poland and from Norway as well as a transport aircraft from Lithuania, a US tanker and NATO AWACS aircraft will be involved in this live flying training event.
 
RAMSTEIN ALLOY 4 serves to exercise Baltic Air Policing alert aircraft as well as to enhance relations and interoperability amongst allied Air Forces. Specifically, participants will practice air intercepts, air to air refueling, search and rescue operations as well as practice diversions, the approaches to different Baltic airfields. Furthermore, involved aircraft will also train intercept procedures for COMLOSS situations, a scenario in which a civilian aircraft loses contact with ground controls and requires midair identification by Air Policing alert jets. Overseen by NATO’s Combined Air Operations Centre at Uedem, Germany,mission control will be provided by the AWACS and the Karmelava Control and Reporting Centre.
 
On April 25, the first day of the exercise, media will be provided the opportunity to witness the COMLOSS scenario up close from onboard the Lithuanian C-27 transport aircraft. During a COMLOSS scenario, the C-27 will be intercepted by the Dutch F-16 fighters. After landing, the F-16 and the AWACS will be on static display on the ground to inform journalists about their capabilities.
 
The RAMSTEIN ALLOY exercise series began in 2016 as a sequel of the successful BALTIC REGION TRAINING EVENT (BRTE). It is held three times a year in each of the three Baltic States. As Baltic Air Policing detachments rotate on a four months term, the exercise series provides the opportunity to
exercise with various Allies in each edition.

http://www.airn.nato.int/archive/2017/nato-air-exercise-ramstein-alloy-4-to-be-hosted-in-lithuania


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AFRICOM HOSTS FIRST EVER CHIEFS OF DEFENSE CONFERENCE


African CHoDs gather to discuss countering VEOs, peace support operations


By Brenda Law, United States Africa Command Public Affairs

Apr 21, 2017


  9 photos: AFRICOM hosts first ever Chiefs of Defense conference

Photo 1 of 9: More than 40 African Chiefs of Defense or their representatives participated in the first ever CHoD conference hosted by U.S. Africa Command, April 19-20, 2017, in Stuttgart, GE. Countering VEOs and peace support operations were the central topics for discussion. (Photos by Brenda Law and Staff Sgt. Grady Jones, U.S. AFRICOM Public Affairs/Released)


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 23:23 (2017)    Sujet du message: US, ROMANIANS TRAIN IN WIND AND RAIN Répondre en citant

US, ROMANIANS TRAIN IN WIND AND RAIN

By Pvt. Nicholas VidroApril 21, 2017


1 / 4 Show Caption + U.S. and Romanian soldiers march from their tanks in formation after a live fire training exercise at Smardan Training Area on April 19, 2017. Both forces have been training closely together as a part of Operation Atlantic Resolve, a NATO mission involving the U.S. and its European Allies and partners in a combined effort to strengthen friendships and promote peace in Eastern Europe. (Photo by Army Pvt. Nicholas Vidro, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) (Photo Credit: Pvt. Nicholas Vidro) VIEW

 


2 / 4 Show Caption + A M1A3 Abrams tank fires a round during a live fire training exercise at Smardan Training Area on April 19, 2017. The combined exercise had US and Romanian armored crewmen taking commands from a Romanian commander to prove the cohesion between units in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, a NATO mission involving the U.S. and its European Allies and partners in a combined effort to promote regional stability and deter aggression in Europe. (Photo by Army Pvt. Nicholas Vidro, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) (Photo Credit: Pvt. Nicholas Vidro) VIEW ORIGINAL
 

3 / 4 Show Caption + U.S. Maj. Gen. John Gronski, deputy commanding general for the Army National Guard, and U.S. Brig. Gen. Benjamin Corell, deputy commander of NATO's Multinational Division South-East, Bucharest, Romania, greet US and Romanian soldiers as they arrive at a live fire exercise conducted at Smardan Training Area on April 20, 2017. The exercise showcased the cohesion of U.S. and Romanian forces during Operation Atlantic Resolve, a NATO mission involving the U.S. and its European Allies and partners in a combined effort to strengthen bonds of friendship and deter aggression in Europe. (Photo by Army Pvt. Nicholas Vidro, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) (Photo Credit: Pvt. Nicholas Vidro) VIEW ORIGINAL
 

4 / 4 Show Caption + U.S. Maj. Gen. John Gronski, deputy commanding general for the Army National Guard, speaks with Romanian Maj. Gen. Nicolae Ciuca, the chief of the Romanian Land Forces Staff, during a live fire training exercise at Smardan Training Area on April 20, 2017. The training exercise is a testament to the success of Operation Atlantic Resolve, a NATO mission involving the US and its European Allies and partners in a combined effort to strengthen regional stability and promote peace in Europe. (Photo by Army Pvt. Nicholas Vidro, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) (Photo Credit: Pvt. Nicholas Vidro) VIEW ORIGINAL

SMARDAN TRAINING AREA, Romania -"Train as you fight," the mantra of the combined fighting forces of America and Romania, was put to the test on April 20, 2017 at a wintry Smardan Training Area. The training exercise showcased the cohesion of the combined forces to the many military officials and news agencies in attendance.

The exercise, involving armored, infantry and artillery elements, was conducted in the face of high winds and piercing snow, demonstrating the mobility of both armies as they worked together to fire on multiple targets in limited visibility. Despite the adverse conditions, the soldiers on the field were unshaken in their movements. U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jason Sabat, commander of the 1st Infantry Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, commented on what his troops take away from events like this.

"The Romanian forces have contributed a significant amount of time and resources to train with us. The soldiers have really gotten a lot out of it," he said.

Among the media and military in attendance was US Maj. Gen. John Gronski, deputy commanding general for the Army National Guard as well as Romanian Maj. Gen. Nicolae Ciuca, the chief of the Romanian Land Forces Staff. Gronski shared his thoughts on the demonstration.

"What I saw was outstanding soldiers conducting tough and realistic training, and working together," he said.

After the ceremony ended, many in attendance took the chance to escape from the cold and take advantage of the courtesy tent offered, to enjoy warm beverages and discuss further what they had just witnessed. Despite the severe weather, the soldiers from both nations who had participated in the exercise emerged with renewed focus and optimism. Romanian 1st Sgt. Andi Tinjala with the 282nd mechanized brigade spoke on the cohesion and camaraderie of participating soldiers.

"It's all about cooperation and learning how to work together to have success on the battlefield," he said.


https://www.army.mil/article/186445/


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FRANCE : SECURITE : FIN DE LA REUNION DU CONSEIL DE DEFENSE A L'ELYSEE

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François Hollande a présidé ce matin un Conseil de Défense à l’Elysée. Le dernier avait eu lieu mercredi matin.

Sa composition est variable. Y participent dans tous les cas, le Premier ministre, le ministre de l’Intérieur, ceux de la Défense et des Affaires étrangères, les responsables de la police et de la gendarmerie (DGPN, prefet de police, DGGN), les responsables des principaux services de renseignement comme le directeur général de la sécurité intérieure (DGSI), le directeur général de la sécurité extérieure (DGSE), le chef d’état major des armées, le secrétaire général de la défense et de la sécurité nationale.

Les ministres de l’Économie et des Finances, ceux du Budget ou encore de la Santé peuvent également être convoqués.

Cette nuit, vers 1h du matin sur les Champs-Élysées, le ministre de l’Intérieur Matthias Fekl dont c’était le baptême du feu, avait à ses côtés Michel Delpuech, nommé préfet de police mercredi dernier et qui, officiellement, n’a pas encore pris ses fonctions (*)

Michel Delpuech était depuis 2 mois, le « préfet méconnu » de la capitale, puisque certains ignorent qu’il y a un préfet de Paris qui est aussi préfet de région. Dans le protocole, il passe avant le préfet de police et dans le corps préfectoral c’est le poste le plus prestigieux. Normalement il n’y a plus rien après, c’est la meilleure fin de carrière possible. C’est d’ailleurs le préfet de Paris qui, traditionnellement, préside l’Association du corps préfectoral et des hauts-fonctionnaites du ministère de l’Intérieur.

Jusqu’à la réforme de 1964, il n’y avait pas de préfet de Paris mais un préfet de la Seine. Il siégeait à l’Hôtel de Ville de Paris, puisqu’il n’y avait pas de maire de Paris (jusqu’en 1977).

La préfecture de Paris siège actuellement dans le XVe arrondissement, près du Parc André Citroën, face à France Télévisions. Le préfet est logé dans le prestigieux Hôtel de Noirmoutier, près de Matignon, dans le VIIe.

Michel Delpuech connait bien la PP. il y a été en poste 2 fois, occupant même les fonctions de directeur du cabinet, le N°2 de la Grande Maison. Il a aussi été directeur du cabinet du ministre de l’Intérieur (Michèle Alliot-Marie) et plusieurs postes de prefet et de préfet de région.

Michel Cadot, qui était préfet de police a démissionné après une chute de Vélib’ lundi. Il est hospitalisé. L’actualité prouve qu’il devait être remplacé en urgence.

Pour la petite histoire, l’indicatif radio du préfet de police est TI 1000 (indicatif de sa voiture: TV 1000).

Il est secondé, notamment par un directeur de cabinet, également préfet, dont l’indicatif radio est TI 1100.

(*) Le préfet de chaque département marque sa prise de fonction par un dépôt de gerbe au monument aux morts de la ville chef-lieu. À Paris, pour le préfet de Paris comme pour le préfet de police, la cérémonie se déroule à l’Arc de triomphe.

Le ministre de l’Interieur, dès sa nomination également, dépose une gerbe au monument aux morts dans la cour de l’Hôtel de Beauvau. Il est accompagné, en léger retrait, par le chef du SSMI (Service de sécurité du ministère de l’Intérieur).

http://www.bvoltaire.fr/actu/securite-fin-de-la-reunion-du-conseil-de-defen…


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