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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 01:45 (2017)    Sujet du message: USNS LEWIS B. PULLER BEGINS FIRST OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT Répondre en citant

USNS LEWIS B. PULLER BEGINS FIRST OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT

Story Number: NNS170711-08Release Date: 7/11/2017 1:41:00 PM

From Military Sealift Command Public Affairs


170710-N-OH262-385 NORFOLK (July 10, 2017) The Military Sealift Command expeditionary mobile base USNS Lewis B. Puller (T-ESB 3) departs Naval Station Norfolk for its first operational deployment. Puller is deploying to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. Navy and allied military efforts in the region. (U.S. Navy photo by Bill Mesta/Released)

NORFOLK (NNS) -- The U.S. Navy's first purpose-built expeditionary sea base, USNS Lewis B. Puller (T-ESB 3), departed from Naval Station Norfolk to begin its first operational deployment, July 10.

Puller is deploying to the U.S. 5th Fleet to provide operational support for U.S. Navy and allied forces operating in the region.

"We call ourselves 'Team Puller,'" said Cmdr. Arlen Rose, the military detachment's officer in charge. "The Puller is a brand new ship, so we had a lot to learn. The military crew has been training with the ship's civil service mariners for a year to prepare for this deployment."

"We are ready to get Puller out there to takes its rightful place in the fleet," added Rose. "Everyone is really excited to get to work and see what the Puller can do."

USNS Lewis B. Puller was delivered to the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command (MSC) in June 2015 and is the Navy's first purpose-built expeditionary sea base. The ship has a hybrid-manned crew with a combination of military personnel and civilian mariners (CIVMAR).

"The CIVMARs aboard Puller primarily focus on the operation of the ship," said Capt. George McCarthy, the Puller's master. "The CIVMARs perform a variety of critical tasks including navigation, propulsion and ventilation services."

The 784 foot-long vessel features a 52,000 square-foot flight deck, fuel and equipment storage, repair spaces, magazines, and mission-planning spaces. Able to accommodate up to 250 personnel, USNS Lewis B. Puller will support multiple missions, such as air mine counter measures, counter-piracy operations, maritime security operations, humanitarian aid and disaster relief missions, and crisis response operations.

According to McCarthy, the Puller is going to be permanently deployed overseas, which saves a tremendous amount of time in terms of operations. So the ship's maintenance, repairs and crew swaps will take place in theater.

USNS Lewis B. Puller is named after Lt. Gen, Lewis Burwell "Chesty" Puller, one of the most decorated members of the Marine Corps. He is one of only two men, and the only Marine, to be awarded five Navy Crosses. He fought in Haiti and Nicaragua, and participated in battles of World War II and the Korean War. Puller retired from the Marine Corps in 1955 and spent the remainder of his life in Virginia.

USNS Lewis B. Puller is the expeditionary sea base-variant of the expeditionary transfer dock (ESD) which includes USNS Montford Point (T-ESD 1) and USNS John Glenn (T-ESD 2). The second expeditionary sea base, USNS Hershel "Woody" Williams (T-ESB 4), is currently under construction by General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) in San Diego.

MSC operates approximately 120 non-combatant, civilian-crewed ships that replenish U.S. Navy ships, conduct specialized missions, and strategically preposition combat cargo at sea around the world, while moving military cargo and supplies used by deployed U.S. forces and coalition partners.

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

For more news from Military Sealift Command, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/MSC/.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 01:50 (2017)    Sujet du message: RONALD REAGAN GEGINS TALISMAN SABER 2017 / BALTOPS LATVIA AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS Répondre en citant

RONALD REAGAN GEGINS TALISMAN SABER 2017

 July 10, 2017

Ronald Reagan Begins exercise Talisman Saber, a joint exercise held off the coast of Australia

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BALTOPS LATVIA AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS

July 11, 2017

Sailors and Marines aboard USS Arlington participated in BALTOPS 2017 along with the Latvian military.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 02:00 (2017)    Sujet du message: USS ROSS DEPARTS NORWAY Répondre en citant

USS ROSS DEPARTS NORWAY

Story Number: NNS170710-07Release Date: 7/10/2017 9:04:00 AM
 
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Robert S. Price, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

TRONDHEIM, Norway (NNS) -- The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) departed Trondheim, Norway, July 8, 2017, after completing a scheduled port visit to enhance U.S.-Norway relations as the two nations work towards a stable and secure Europe.

Cmdr. Bryan Gallo, commanding officer, and Cmdr. David Coles, executive officer, met with Trondheim's mayor and deputy chief of police during the ship's visit. Members of the Norwegian Home Guard and Trondheim police force helped provide security for the ship while in port.

"The Norwegian Home Guard and Trondheim Police seamlessly integrated with the ship's force and provided a high level of security throughout our port visit," said Lt. Harry Gregory, anti-terrorism officer. "They were some of the most capable and professional security forces we've worked with."

During the port visit Sailors aboard the Ross had the opportunity to experience the host nation's culture and witness a day without the sun setting.

"The people of Trondheim were incredibly hospitable and proud to share their rich history with us," said Ensign Nicholas L. McGrath, electrical officer. "It was a privilege to see such a beautiful country while the sun was up for 24 hours of the day."

The ship's presence in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations is a demonstration of our continued commitment to the collective security and NATO under Operation Atlantic Resolve.

USS Ross departed Naval Station Rota, Spain, for the ship's fifth patrol in the U.S 6th Fleet area of operations, April 3rd, 2017.

Ross (DDG 71), forward deployed to Rota, is on a routine deployment conducting naval operations with allies and partners in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in order to advance security and stability in Europe.

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

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

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

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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 02:11 (2017)    Sujet du message: USS HUE CITY ENTERS BLACK SEA / USS CARNEY ENTERS BLACK SEA Répondre en citant

USS HUE CITY ENTERS BLACK SEA

Story Number: NNS170710-08Release Date: 7/10/2017 9:07:00 AM

By Ensign Nicholas Vandiver, USS Hue City (CG 66) Public Affairs

BOSPHORUS STRAIT (NNS) -- The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) entered the Black Sea, July 9th, 2017, in order to participate in the multinational exercise Sea Breeze 2017. Sea Breeze is an annual recurring exercise that will focus on a variety of warfare areas to include maritime interdiction operations, air defense, anti-submarine warfare, damage control tactics, search and rescue, and amphibious warfare.

Sea Breeze is currently in its 17th iteration and is co-hosted by the United States and Ukraine, with the participation of 17 allied and partner countries. Hue City will participate in multiple phases of Sea Breeze, in conjunction with other U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps assets.

"We're building strong relationships here, which are crucial to peace and stability in the region." said Capt. Dan Gillen, commanding officer. "Our presence and participation in Sea Breeze bolsters confidence and reassures our allies and regional partners of our commitment to security in the Black Sea. We are excited for this opportunity to be an integral part of continuing progress between all participating nations."

The ship's operations in the Black Sea and as a part of Sea Breeze are meant to enhance maritime security, support regional stability, and demonstrate naval capability and capacity with our allies and partners.

Following the exercise, Hue City will continue to conduct maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations as part of the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group (GHWBCSG).

GHWBCSG is comprised of the staff of Carrier Strike Group 2, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8, Destroyer Squadron 22 staff, the Alreigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Laboon (DDG 58) and USS Truxtun (DDG 103), and the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruisers USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) and Hue City.

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

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

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USS CARNEY ENTERS BLACK SEA


Story Number: NNS170710-10Release Date: 7/10/2017 9:27:00 AM
 
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Stephen Jones, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Public Affairs

BOSPHORUS STRAIT (NNS) -- The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) entered the Black Sea, July 8, 2017, to conduct maritime security operations and enhance capability and interoperability with allies and partners in the region. While operating in the Black Sea, USS Carney will participate in exercise Sea Breeze 2017.

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"Participating in Sea Breeze 2017 will be a tremendous opportunity for my crew to demonstrate our capabilities with our partners in the Black Sea. We look forward to participating."
- Cmdr. Peter Halvorsen, commanding officer, USS Carney

Quick Facts:
* Carney entered the Black Sea to demonstrate the U.S. commitment to the collective defense of our NATO allies and partners in the Black Sea region. All DoD efforts in support of our NATO allies in Eastern Europe fall under Operation Atlantic Resolve.

* Sea Breeze is an annual, multinational maritime exercise, co-hosted by the United States and Ukraine and scheduled for July 10-22. It is designed to improve training value for participants, enhance flexibility and interoperability, and demonstrate resolve among allied and partner forces in defending the Black Sea region.

* Carney, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting its third patrol in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations.

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

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

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

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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 02:16 (2017)    Sujet du message: AMERICA AMPHIBIOUS READINESS GROUP DEPARTS FOR SCHEDULED DEPLOYMENT Répondre en citant

AMERICA AMPHIBIOUS READINESS GROUP DEPARTS FOR SCHEDULED DEPLOYMENT

Story Number: NNS170710-17Release Date: 7/10/2017 10:15:00 AM   

From Amphibious Squadron 3 Public Affairs


170707-N-FP690-356 SAN DIEGO (July 7, 2017) The amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6) transits the San Diego Bay while departing for a scheduled deployment. The ship and its amphibious ready group is comprised of more than 1,800 Sailors and 2,600 Marines assigned to the amphibious dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52), the amphibious transport dock ship USS San Diego (LPD 22) and America. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Robyn B. Melvin/Released)

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Sailors and Marines from the America Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) departed their homeport of Naval Base San Diego, July 7, for a regularly scheduled deployment.

America ARG is comprised of amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6), amphibious transport dock USS San Diego (LPD 22), and amphibious dock landing ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52). During deployment they will operate with embarked forces of the 15th MEU, Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) 3, the "Wildcards" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 23, and detachments from Assault Craft Unit 5, Naval Beach Group 1, Beachmaster Unit 1, Fleet Surgical Team 1 and Tactical Air Control Squadron 11.

While deployed, the America ARG/15th MEU team is scheduled operate in the Pacific, Middle East, and the Horn of Africa, conducting maritime security operations, crisis response capability, theater security cooperation and forward naval presence.

"It has been incredible to see the America ARG/15th MEU team come together as a highly capable, lethal, and ready force," said Capt. Rome Ruiz, commander, PHIBRON 3. "Not only did they excel at ARG-MEU integration and amphibious warfare, they spearheaded an environment of innovation and dominated the battle space in the training phases by leveraging the unique characteristics of the America ARG as an up-gunned, aviation-centric task force. I have every confidence that we will succeed on deployment."

The 15th MEU is commanded by Col. Joseph Clearfield and consists of the command element; the aviation combat element, Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 161 (Reinforced); the ground combat element, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines; and the logistics combat element, Combat Logistics Battalion 15.

"We are looking forward to conducting persistent forward naval engagement and being always prepared to respond as the nation's force in readiness," Clearfield said. "This team has worked incredibly hard and I couldn't be prouder of everyone. We are ready to accomplish whatever missions our commanders need accomplished."

America ARG units have spent most of the past six months underway preparing for deployment by completing a challenging and comprehensive pre-deployment training cycle. Integrated training evolutions included PHIBRON/MEU Integration Exercise (PMINT), Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX), and Certification Exercise (CERTEX), which collectively ensure the Navy/Marine Corps team is at its highest level of readiness to swiftly and precisely accomplish missions.

"We have trained exceptionally hard to perfect our processes and responses to possible scenarios that we may see during our deployment. I'm very proud of the team work and support across the ARG. I'm confident that through the crew's toughness, resiliency and professionalism, we'll be ready to meet whatever challenges lie ahead." said Capt. Joe Olson, America's commanding officer.

The America ARG/15th MEU is set to provide senior U.S. military leadership and coalition partners with a flexible force which can rapidly respond to contingencies and crises within a region. With ships, aircraft, troops, and logistical equipment, the ARG/MEU is a self-contained and self-sustained task force capable of conducting everything from combat operations to humanitarian assistance.

The America ARG is part of Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 3 and U.S. 3rd Fleet. U.S. 3rd Fleet leads naval forces in the Pacific and provides realistic, relevant training necessary for an effective global Navy.

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

For more news from USS America (LHA 6), visit http://www.navy.mil/local/lha6/.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 12 Juil - 02:21 (2017)    Sujet du message: NIMITZ CARRIER STRIKE GROUP BEGINS MALABAR 2017 Répondre en citant

NIMITZ CARRIER STRIKE GROUP BEGINS MALABAR 2017

Story Number: NNS170710-24Release Date: 7/10/2017 2:22:00 PM   

From Carrier Strike Group 11 Public Affairs


170709-N-VR594-0102 CHENNAI, India (July 7, 2017) Members of the Indian Navy come aboard the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59) as the ship arrives in Chennai, India for Malabar 2017. Malabar 2017 is the latest in a continuing series of exercises between the Indian Navy, Japan Maritime Self Defense Force and U.S. Navy that has grown in scope and complexity over the years to address the variety of shared threats to maritime security in the Indo-Asia Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Kelsey J. Hockenberger/Released)

BAY OF BENGAL (NNS) -- Sailors and Marines assigned to the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group, the Indian Navy and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) commenced the Malabar in-port portions in Chennai, India, July 9.

The maritime exercise Malabar, which was first held in 1992, occurs annually to improve interoperability between U.S., Indian, and Japanese maritime forces. The exercise enhances maritime relationships and demonstrates credible naval power in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

"The exercise continues to grow because we are bringing in more ships and we are bringing together three countries," said Cmdr. Vernon H. Stanfield, from Pittsburgh, and the Nimitz Strike Group operations officer. "We make sure that we strengthen our partnerships, and we learn from the experience so that we continue to become more proficient in the future."

The tri-lateral, two-phase exercise is held in Chennai, India and in the waters of the Bay of Bengal. The exercise emphasizes high-end warfighting skills, maritime superiority and power projection. Crews will practice surface and antisubmarine warfare maneuvers, perform medical exchanges, hold explosive ordnance disposal training, and conduct visit, board, search and seizure operations. It also provides the opportunity for the participating nations to build upon their common values and shared seafaring tradition while fostering security and stability in the region through common national goals.

"Each time we do one of these exercises it's a learning curve on how to coordinate with other units," said Cmdr. Bill Selk, from Phoenix, and the Nimitz operations officer. "For Malabar, we are doing the same things but now it's just with other countries. We are learning how to integrate with the Indian Navy. We do this exercise annually so that we can keep those skills honed."

Malabar 2017 is the latest in a continuing series of exercises that has grown in scope and complexity over the years to address the variety of shared threats to maritime security in the Indo-Asia Pacific where the U.S. Navy has patrolled for more than 70 years promoting regional peace and security. Nimitz is currently on deployment in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations.

The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group consists of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68), USS Princeton (CG 59), Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 11, Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 11 staff, and Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 9. The deployed units from DESRON 9 include the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Howard (DDG 83), USS Shoup (DDG 86), USS Pinckney (DDG 91) and USS Kidd (DDG 100).

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

For more news from USS Nimitz (CVN 68), visit http://www.navy.mil/local/cvn68/.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 13 Juil - 00:04 (2017)    Sujet du message: JCS SAILORS GO FULL SPEED AHEAD Répondre en citant

JCS SAILORS GO FULL SPEED AHEAD

Story Number: NNS170712-01Release Date: 7/12/2017 7:32:00 AM  

By Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Eugene Rose, USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) Public Affairs

BREMERTON, Wash. (NNS) -- Sailors aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) are attending 'Full Speed Ahead,' a new Navy training course which encourages positive decision making and highlights mid-level leadership.

'Full Speed Ahead' was announced by Vice Adm. Robert Burke, chief of naval personnel, Jan. 30, and reinforces the values of integrity, accountability, initiative and toughness to combat destructive behaviors and build professional resiliency.

The new training continues efforts in previous trainings, such as 'Bystander Intervention' and 'Chart the Course,' but in its own way.

"It's more entertaining," said Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Equipment) 1st Class Dennis Archer, a command facilitator for 'Full Speed Ahead,' from Coral Springs, Florida. "There are a lot of videos in this training and it's more interactive. You kind of get attached to the characters in the videos and I think that everyone likes it."

Archer and other command facilitators are delivering the Full Speed Ahead training to all hands. Facilitators were selected to reflect the influence that they exhibit up and down the chain of command.

"We all went to training to be facilitators for this," said Archer. "We had to ... believe that we can make a difference in our culture. Change starts with us and we'd like to pass that on to our Sailors who are attending our trainings."

Facilitators were trained and certified by Naval Education and Training Command's (NETC) Master Mobile Training Teams (MMTT) to ensure quality training for Sailors.

Following their training, facilitators lead sessions incorporating the new, more interactive training techniques, such as interactive video and facilitated face-to-face sessions with small, mixed-paygrade groups.

Training is more effective and engaging, according to Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Benjamin Lindsay, from Safford, Arizona, because of the high level of interaction between instructors and Sailors.

"We encourage everyone to participate," said Archer. "The more you participate the more enjoyable that the training will be and the more you'll get from it because you get to engage with Sailors from different ranks, different backgrounds and see their side of it; how they'd handle different situations."

Full Speed Ahead is already making an impact on John C. Stennis Sailors.

"I'll keep in mind what was said and the different decisions that were made in the training," said Electronics Technician 3rd Class Brandon Oakes, from Sacramento, California. "I'll definitely follow that through with how I go about my career."

John C. Stennis is conducting a planned incremental availability at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility, during which the ship is undergoing scheduled maintenance and upgrades.

For more news on John C. Stennis, visit http://navy.mil/local/cvn74/ or follow along on Facebook at www.facebook.com/stennis74.

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

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ACU4 AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS

July 12, 2017

 
Amphibious operations during BALTOPS 2017

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 13 Juil - 01:17 (2017)    Sujet du message: TUNE INTO THE 2017 TECH SUMMIT ONLINE Répondre en citant



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Leaders from DARPA, IARPA, Defense Intelligence Agency, Army Cyber Command, and more will discuss everything from the next-generation solider to the future of drones to protecting the space battlefield. You can view the event agenda below.

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- Alec Ross, Author, Industries of the Future, former Senior Advisor for Innovation at the State Department, and Maryland Governor Candidate
- Katherine Peters, Deputy Editor, Government Executive (Moderator)
8:40 a.m.Using Computer Algorithms to Win Wars
- Colonel Drew Cukor, Chief, Algorithmic Warfare Cross Function Team, ISR Operations Directorate, Warfighter Support, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence
- Marcus Weisgerber, Global Business Editor, Defense One (Moderator)
9:10 a.m.Next Gen Architectures and Artificial Intelligence
- Dr. Jason Matheny, Director, IARPA
- Ardisson Lyons, Director of Science & Technology, Defense Intelligence Agency
- Dale Ormond, Principal Director, Research, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Research & Engineering)
- Patrick Tucker, Technology Editor, Defense One (Moderator)
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- Eric Rosenbach, Co-Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
- Greg Smithberger, Chief Information Officer, National Security Agency / Central Security Service
- Ali Watkins, National Security Correspondent, Politico (Moderator)
10:55 a.m. The Next Space Race
- Brigadier General Mark A. Baird, Director, Space Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Acquisition, U.S. Air Force
- Scot Currie, Director of the Mission Integration Office, NGA's Source Directorate
- Rich Leshner, Vice President of Policy, Planet Labs
- Dr. Bhavya Lal, Research Staff Member, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute
- Kristin Fisher, White House Correspondent, Fox News (Moderator)
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- James Christensen, Portfolio Manager, 711th Human Performance Wing, Air Force Research Lab
- Patrick Tucker, Technology Editor, Defense One (Moderator)
1:25 p.m.Future of Drones
- Colonel Ché Bolden, Assistant Chief of Staff, Ops, Plans, and Governmental Affairs, Marine Corps Installation Command
- Jean-Charles Lede, Program Manager, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
- Rachel Stohl, Director of Stimson's Conventional Defense Program
- Luke Hartig, Executive Director, Network Science Initiative, National Journal (Moderator)
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NAVY AND MARINE CORPS TO DEPLOY F-35B

Story Number: NNS170714-02Release Date: 7/14/2017 7:42:00 AM

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Phillip Pavlovich, U.S. Pacific Fleet Public Affairs

PEARL HARBOR (NNS) -- Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMPACFLT) co-hosted the Joint Strike Fighter Sustainment Summit alongside Marine Corps Forces, Pacific at COMPACFLT Headquarters June 27-28 .

During the summit Rear Adm. John Palmer delivered remarks to more than 50 service members and civilians to include representatives from Lockheed Martin, who built the aircraft, Pratt and Whitney, who built the engine, Marine Corps Headquarters, Defense Logistics Agency, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific, Commander Naval Air Forces Atlantic, Commander Naval Surface Forces Pacific, and Military Sealift Command. The attendees focused on planning and preparing the logistical support for the F-35B Lightning II first deployment scheduled to happen within the next year.

"The summit was primarily built to maximize communication, elevate problems, and arrive at solutions. This aircraft has a unique maintenance and support structure, and it is unlike any aviation weapon system presently in the Navy and Marine Corps inventories," said Palmer, U.S. Pacific Fleet director of logistics, fleet supply and ordnance.

According to Palmer, deploying the F-35B will require focused efforts by all stakeholders to ensure logistics resources are available to support the Fleet introduction to include funding, spares, tools, support equipment, information systems support, and training.

"The aircraft and engine are large and require keen planning for hangar and flight deck spotting & storage. The best strategy for overcoming the Joint Strike Fighter roll-out challenge is to engage in continuous communications across all stakeholders," Palmer added.

After reaching initial operational capability, 10 F-35Bs were delivered to the fleet.

"The Marine Corps has been successfully operating the F-35B Lightning II in the western Pacific for almost 7 months now with VMFA-121 at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni in Japan. Next year, we will make the first shipboard deployment for the squadron as part of a Marine Expeditionary Unit. The F-35B is a tremendous upgrade from the legacy AV-8B and these new capabilities will be demonstrated in future operations. This aircraft, unlike any others in the past, brings unique challenges due to the global logistic network associated with this platform," said Brig. Gen. Brian C. Cavanaugh, deputy commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific.

The aircraft is a short takeoff, vertical landing (STOVL) variant, and is the world's first supersonic STOVL stealth aircraft. It's designed to operate from austere bases and a range of air-capable ships near front-line combat zones. It can also take off and land conventionally from longer runways on major bases. The F-35B will replace the AV-8B Harrier and F/A-18 Hornet.

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

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

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USS HUE CITY CONDUCTS VBSS TRAINING DURING EXERCISE SEA BREEZE 2017

Story Number: NNS170714-14Release Date: 7/14/2017 9:57:00 AM   

By En. Nicholas Vandiver, USS Hue City (CG 66) Public Affairs

BLACK SEA (NNS) -- The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66), and Ukrainian auxiliary ship Balta (U811), conducted visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) training during exercise Sea Breeze 2017, July 13.

VBSS is one of the many missions that Hue City routinely conducts while on deployment. The training exercise during Sea Breeze consisted of the Hue City VBSS boarding team approaching and boarding Balta. Balta played the role of a non-compliant vessel, allowing Hue City Sailors to demonstrate the techniques and maneuvers necessary during such a scenario.

"The boarding event between Ukrainian vessel Balta and the USS Hue City boarding team was a huge success," said Lt. j.g. Matthew G. Huetson, a boarding officer aboard Hue City. "My boarding team benefited tremendously from this event. Exercise Sea Breeze afforded us the opportunity to demonstrate, practice and maintain our proficiency in various boarding techniques with the Ukrainians in a realistic VBSS scenario."

VBSS is a critical part of maritime security operations, ensuring that the free flow of commerce remains intact throughout all the world's waterways.

Exercise Sea Breeze is an annual recurring exercise that focuses on a variety of warfare areas to include maritime interdiction operations, air defense, anti-submarine warfare, damage control tactics, search and rescue, and amphibious warfare.

Following exercise Sea Breeze, Hue City will continue to conduct maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations as part of the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group (GHWBCSG).

GHWBCSG is comprised of the staff of Carrier Strike Group 2, Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), the nine squadrons and staff of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 8, Destroyer Squadron 22 staff, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Laboon (DDG 58) and USS Truxtun (DDG 103), and the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruisers USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) and Hue City.

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

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

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INS JALASHWA HOSTS EXERCISE MALABAR OPENING CEREMONY

Story Number: NNS170714-17Release Date: 7/14/2017 10:29:00 AM  

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170710-N-FO714-201 CHENNAI, India (July10, 2017) Leaders from the U.S., Indian, and Japanese maritime forces pose for a photo after a press conference aboard the INS Jalashwa (LPD 41) following the opening ceremonies of exercise Malabar 2017. Malabar 2017 is the latest in a continuing series of exercises between the Indian navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Navy that has grown in scope and complexity over the years to address the variety of shared threats to maritime security in the Indo-Asia Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Deanna C. Gonzales/Released)

CHENNAI, India (NNS) -- The landing platform dock INS Jalashwa (LPD 41) hosted the opening ceremonies of exercise Malabar 2017 in Chennai, India, July 10.

Leaders from U.S., Indian, and Japanese maritime forces gathered for the ceremony and a press conference. In attendance were the commanding officers of the three navies, more than 200 members of the Japanese and Indian media, and hundreds of Jalashwa crew members. Attendees watched multimedia video presentations that described past Malabar engagements and listened to the various leaders discuss the purpose of the exercise.

Malabar is an annual maritime exercise with the Indian Navy. The objectives of Malabar 2017 are to improve interoperability between U.S., Indian and Japanese maritime forces, provide an opportunity to conduct engagement with India and Japan, and demonstrate U.S. naval presence in the Indo-Asia Pacific region.

"It indicates a joint commitment to preserve good order at sea and address common maritime challenges across the spectrum of operations in the Indo-Asia Pacific region for the benefit of the global maritime community", said Vice Admiral H. C. S. Bisht, flag officer commanding-in-chief, Eastern Naval Command, India.

The exercise takes place in two parts. The in-port phase includes engagements with community organizations in Chennai, India designed to strengthen ties. The at-sea phase exercises the participating ships and aircraft capabilities to harness high warfighting skills in the Bay of Bengal.

The in-port phase will also include subject matter expert and professional exchanges on carrier strike group operations; maritime patrol and reconnaissance operations; surface and anti-submarine warfare; helicopter operations; medical operations; damage control; explosive ordnance disposal (EOD); ship tours; and visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) operations.

The at-sea phase will consist of training exercises involving surface warfare, air defense, gunnery, mine, communications, search and rescue, and VBSS exercises. There will also be professional exchanges and embarks, submarine familiarization, high-value unit defense, helicopter cross-deck evolutions, underway replenishments, and anti-submarine warfare exercises. These exchanges give crews an invaluable opportunity to learn from one another and share best practices.

U.S. participants in exercise Malabar include the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68); Carrier Air Wing 11; Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Howard (DDG 83), USS Pinckney (DDG 91), USS Shoup (DDG 86), and USS Kidd (DDG 100); the guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59); a P-8A Poseidon aircraft; and a submarine.

"The strength of the Navy is important to us because the United States has interests in the Indian Ocean", said Rear Adm. Bill Byrne, commander, Nimitz Strike Group. "Our participation in Malabar 2017 and in past Malabar's indicates our intense interests in maritime security in the Indo-Asia Pacific region".

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

For more news from Nimitz Strike Group, visit www.nimitz.navy.mil/.

For more news from USS Nimitz (CVN 68), visit www.navy.mil/local/cvn68/.

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US ARMY LOOKING TO INTEGRATE NETWORK SOLDIERS WITH TACTICAL UNITS

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Brigades are working out various ideas at training centers, says the head of the service’s Cyber Command.

Bringing network-attack-and-defense skills to tactical units is the next step in the evolution of U.S. Army cyber capabilities, the head of the service’s Cyber Command said.

“We’re going to have some capability there — whether it’s resident permanently at a brigade combat team or a division or a corps, but it’s where we see the future,” Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone said Thursday at the Defense One Tech Summit in Washington, D.C.

Nakasone leads 41 Army Cyber Mission Force Teams, a good chunk of the 133 teams coordinated by U.S. Cyber Command that reached initial operating capability last year. Initially, the Army created these specialized groups “just like the other services, really for the flavor of joint operations,” he said.

Now, Nakasone said, it’s time to begin figuring out how the Army can decentralize that capability. And they’re not alone. The U.S. Air Force has begun pushing cyber responsibilities down to the squadron level as well.

“The Army has now looked at it and said, ‘What do we need at the tactical level? What does a brigade combat team need?’” he said.

The service has begun figuring out the answers to those questions, conducting seven rotations at combat training centers, looking at “what might a brigade commander do in social media, how do they better defend their networks, and what are the capabilities that they need for reach back to be able to prosecute a target.”

There’s still a lot to be decided, but tactical leaders are ready.

“Certainly, what our initial findings from our rotations is that brigade commanders can take this information and they can synchronize it along with all the other enablers they have,” Nakasone said.

It’s not all about offense. The most difficult thing Army Cyber Command does is operate and defend its networks and weapons, Nakasone said. A team of about “30 to 40 folks” spend their days seeking out vulnerabilities and fixing them, guarding against intrusions, and providing early warning.

“Whether or not you’re on the far reaches of Eastern Europe or any place deployed today, even in the United States, we see a number of different intrusions every day,” he said. How many? “Tens, hundreds of thousands a day.”


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July 12, 2017

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Breakthroughs in biometric science mean future troops will fight with weapons that understand them — inside and out.

Imagine a group of volunteers, their chests rigged with biophysical sensors, preparing for a mission in a military office building outfitted with cameras and microphones to capture everything they do. “We want to set up a living laboratory where we can actually pervasively sense people, continuously, for a long period of time. The goal is to do our best to quantify the person, the environment, and how the person is behaving in the environment,” Justin Brooks, a scientist at the Army Research Lab, or ARL, told me last year.

ARL was launching the Human Variability Project, essentially a military version of the reality-TV show Big Brother without the drama. The Project seeks to turn a wide variety of human biophysical signals into machine-readable data by outfitting humans and their environment with interactive sensors.

The Army is not alone. The Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, and their special operations forces are also funding research to collect biophysical data from soldiers, sailors, Marines, and pilots. The goal is to improve troops’ performance by understanding what’s happening inside their bodies, down to how their experiences affect them on a genetic level. It’s not exactly genetically engineering soldiers into superhero Captain Americas; the U.S. military insists they have no intention of using biometric data science for anything like the genetic engineering of superior traits :roll: . But it’s close. The military is after the next best thing.

If today’s Pentagon leaders get their way, the next generation of fighter jets, body armor, computer systems, and weapons will understand more about the pilots, soldiers, and analysts using them than those operators understand about the machines they are using. The very experience of flying the plane, analyzing satellite images, even firing a gun could change depending on what the weapon, vehicle, or software detects about the person to whom the weapon is bound.

To make this dream real, Pentagon-backed researchers are designing an entirely new generation of wearable health monitors that make Silicon Valley’s best consumer fitness gear look quaint. They’re discovering how to detect incredibly slight changes in focus, alertness, health, and stress — and to convey those signals to machines. Design the boots well enough and the super soldier will arrive to fill them.

Army Research Lab researchers already monitor individual subjects from six months to two years. Brooks wants to expand that to other military training environments, such as the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and then to more than a dozen universities. He hopes the data will reveal how people of varied size, weight, height, he...

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CAIR "debunked" by a women who's working for the US government. Debunked or the good timing to release this news? 

"You must fight this war..."
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...It is difficult to determine who finances their movement, since their new organization has yet to win tax-free status requiring documentation of donations. Mr. Spencer estimated that since 2009, the two have raised and spent about $150,000 for things like the bus ads and giant television screens for the 9/11 rally, some of it donated through Mr. Spencer’s Jihad Watch, a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency. In recent years, Jihad Watch has been a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, which pays him a $132,000 salary and, as Politico.com has reported, has received significant contributions from philanthropists who back the Israeli right...

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MACRON - MERKEL - TRUMP REUNIS POUR LA FÊTE DU 14 JUILLET 2017


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NAVSUP GLS STANDS UP NEW LOGISTICS OPERATIONS CENTER

Story Number: NNS170717-02Release Date: 7/17/2017 10:16:00 AM
 
By Suzanna Brugler, Deputy, NAVSUP GLS Office of Corporate Communications

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Naval Supply Systems Command Global Logistics Support (NAVSUP GLS) officially stood-up its new technologically advanced logistics operations center (LOC) at its headquarters building, July 12.

The stand-up of the new LOC, with its Tandberg video conferencing capabilities and 15 flat-screen monitored terminals reporting real-time logistics support services around the world, has been several years in the making.

"This is a major milestone for NAVSUP GLS and a leap forward to ensure we apply current technological advancements to support the fleet world-wide, around the clock," said Rear Adm. James McNeal, NAVSUP GLS commander.

Beginning in 2012, the Naval Operational Logistics Support Center in Norfolk was disestablished, and its functions moved to NAVSUP GLS in San Diego.

Three of the support center's functions included global logistics planning and coordination, operational readiness support, and joint logistics planning support.

Combined, these three functions demand a worldwide, theater-focused team of personnel skilled in fleet operations, contingency response, and synchronization of NAVSUP support to the regional fleet logistics centers (FLC). This required a more robust operations center than the secure facility originally established at the NAVSUP GLS headquarters building.

"The old LOC originally established at NAVSUP GLS was small and inadequate for our growing demands, having only five SIPR (secret internet protocol router) terminals, older communications technology, and no ventilation," said Cmdr. Alex Maitre, NAVSUP GLS LOC future plans officer.

In 2013, planning began to move and upgrade the LOC within the NAVSUP GLS headquarters building.

"Construction on the new LOC, in order to meet strict secure facility requirements, began in May 2016 and lasted six months," said Maitre. "It expanded the communications equipment from five terminals to 15 terminals, which also allowed the entire operations department of seven officers, one enlisted and one government civilian, to consolidate into one room, working in a combined NIPR (non-classified internet protocol )/SIPR environment instead of commuting between three different floors."

Construction on the new LOC was complete before Thanksgiving 2016, and space certification was completed immediately following, permitting the NAVSUP GLS LOC team to work through the equipment installation with Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, NAVSUP Business Systems Center, and Navy Marine Corps Intranet.

The new LOC went live, June 22, one month before exercise Talisman Sabre 2017 (TS17).

During TS17, July 14-25, the LOC team of 12 personnel from both the active duty and Reserve components trained specifically to run the LOC, will operate a 24/7 "battle rhythm" to support Pacific Fleet, 7th Fleet and 3rd Fleet as they command and control a combined command post exercise and field training exercise.

"With the opening of the new LOC, we are now going 24/7, with depth on the bench due to a year's worth of training, for the first time since the Haiti Earthquake in 2010," said Maitre. "There was the Japan earthquake and tsunami in 2011, then the Philippines typhoon in 2013, and no other significant natural disasters since. That streak of luck is going to end one day, and we are going to be ready to support whichever FLC, fleet and region gets caught in it; whatever 'it' will be."

NAVSUP GLS provides global logistics for a global Navy. The organization is made up of approximately 6,300 military and civilian logistics professionals operating from 105 locations worldwide, providing an extensive array of integrated global logistics and contracting services to Navy, Marine Corps, joint operational units and allied forces across all warfare enterprises.

For more NAVSUP Global Logistics Support, visit http://www.navsup.navy.mil/navsup/ourteam/navsupgls/news/ or http://www.facebook.com/navsupgls/.

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

For more news from Naval Supply Systems Command, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/navsup/.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 18 Juil - 14:53 (2017)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : APRES LE FN ET MELENCHON, UN DEPUTE PS APPORTE SON SOUTIEN AU GENERAL DE VILLIERS CONTRE MACRON Répondre en citant

FRANCE : APRES LE FN ET MELENCHON, UN DEPUTE PS APPORTE SON SOUTIEN AU GENERAL DE VILLIERS CONTRE MACRON

18 juil. 2017, 11:59

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Après le FN et Mélenchon, un député PS apporte son soutien au général de Villiers contre Macron



© Stephane Mahe Source: ReutersLe président de la République Emmanuel Macron

En pleine polémique, et alors que Pierre de Villiers doit être reçu par le chef de l'Etat après avoir menacé de démissionner suite aux coupes budgétaires dans le budget de la Défense, les soutiens au général se multiplient.

«Qu'est-ce que c'est que cette histoire inventée pour les enfants ?», a lancé Luc Carvounas à un journaliste de Sud Radio et Public Sénat, qui lui demandait si le chef d'état-major des armées Pierre de Villiers avait manqué de respect au chef de l'Etat.

«Je voudrais porter le débat sur l'aspect institutionnel», a-t-il poursuivi. «On a le chef d'état-major des Armées qui se rend où ? A la commission de Défense de l'Assemblée nationale, qui est une des commissions permanentes. Dans un huis-clos avec qui ? Les représentants de la nation. Encore heureux : le Parlement est censé contrôler l'exécutif.

C'est notre rôle. J'ai bien compris que le président de la République souhaiterait être aujourd'hui seul sur tous les leviers de commandement mais en France il y a une Ve République, des institutions», a expliqué le député du Val-de-Marne.

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A la veille des festivités du 14 Juillet, le chef de l'Etat a reproché sans le nommer au général, qu'il vient pourtant de prolonger pour un an, d'avoir mis de façon «indigne» une polémique budgétaire «sur la place publique». Le général avait, devant la commission de la Défense à l'Assemblée, émis de sérieuses réserves au sujet des 850 millions d'euros d'économies réclamées cette année aux armées, et assuré qu'il ne se laisserait pas «baiser» par Bercy.

«Ca envoie quoi comme message pour tous les autres futurs auditionnés à huis-clos de la commission Défense ? Que si le ton de l'échange avec les parlementaires censés contrôler l'exécutif ne convient pas au président, c'est peut-être, on va le savoir dans quelques jours, une sorte de limogeage habillé ?», a accusé Luc Carvounas.

«Ca en dit long sur la verticalité, et ça en dit long aussi sur le fonctionnement des institutions vécu par celui qui est censé en être le garant. Et on n'est qu'au début du mandat», a conclu Luc Carvounas.

Plusieurs personnalités politiques, de Jean-Luc Mélenchon à Florian Philippot en passant par les ténors de la droite, ont dénoncé le traitement fait au chef d'état-major des armées par le président de la République.

Pierre de Villiers sera reçu le 21 juillet par Emmanuel Macron. Il déjeunera auparavant avec Edouard Philippe en compagnie des chefs d'état-major de l'Armée de terre, de la Marine et de l'Armée de l'air, selon l'agenda de Matignon.

Lire aussi : Pétition : Emmanuel Macron prié de s'excuser auprès du général de Villiers par 18 000 personnes
https://francais.rt.com/france/41098-petition-emmanuel-macron-prie-sexcuser…

https://francais.rt.com/france/41118-affaire-villiers-depute-ps-tacle-macro…


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UNITAS 2017 NAVAL EXERCISE BEGINS IN PERU

Story Number: NNS170718-10Release Date: 7/18/2017 12:07:00 PM  

From U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/ U.S. 4th Fleet Public Affairs


170717-N-GP524-0751 CALLAO, Peru (July 17, 2017) U.S. and Peruvian sailors conduct a joint diving and salvage training exercise as part of UNITAS 2017. UNITAS is an annual, multi-national exercise that focuses on strengthening our existing regional partnerships and encourages establishing new relationships through the exchange of maritime mission-focused knowledge and expertise during multinational training operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Bill Dodge/Released)

MAYPORT, Fla. (NNS) -- Naval maritime forces from 19 countries are gathering in Lima, Peru, to kick off the 58th iteration of the annual multilateral exercise UNITAS. The meeting will conclude on July 26.

This year's exercise will be hosted by Peru and commanded by Peruvian navy Rear Adm. Alberto Alcala. Participating countries include the United States, Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Australia, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Italy, Panama, Mexico, Spain, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

While participating in UNITAS 2017, U.S. forces will be under the operational control of Commander, Task Force (CTF) 138/U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet (USNAVSO/FOURTHFLT) Rear Adm. Sean Buck. The combined landing force will be under the command of Capitan de Navo Victor Robles, Peruvian Marine Corps, with Marine Col. Paul Konopka as his deputy.

The U.S. forces participating in the exercise are drawn from across the country and include Navy and Coast Guard vessels, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft, and Marine ground units.

UNITAS 2017 is comprised of two phases, UNITAS Pacific and UNITAS Amphibious, both occurring concurrently with multinational partners.

UNITAS Pacific is designed to train each navy to conduct combined naval operations through the execution of littoral warfare, anti-piracy, maritime interdiction operations, countering transnational organized crime, anti-surface warfare, electronic warfare, communications exercises, and air and amphibious operations in order to increase the capabilities of participating naval and marine forces.

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South (MARFORSOUTH), in conjunction with USNAVSO/FOURTHFLT, the Peruvian navy and marines, and other regional partner nations will conduct UNITAS Amphibious in the vicinity of Callao, Ancon and Salinas de Huacho, Peru. UNITAS Amphibious is designed to enhance interoperability and improve partner nations' ability to plan combined amphibious operations, stability operations, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions in the region, and further develop common practices and procedures that result in common doctrine for use in future operations.

UNITAS began in 1960, making it the world's longest-running annual multinational maritime exercise. UNITAS, which means "unity" in Latin, is a demonstration of U.S. commitment to the region and to the value of the strong relationships forged between our partner militaries.

UNITAS has evolved over many years and now includes training for 21st century threats that are encountered in today's maritime environment. By training with our Caribbean, Central and South American counterparts, U.S. forces further develop professional understanding and mutual respect with our regional partner nations by sharing best practices and expertise, and will gain new knowledge about each other's culture and people throughout the exercise.

USNAVSO/FOURTHFLT and MARFORSOUTH support USSOUTHCOM's joint and combined military operations by employing maritime forces in cooperative maritime security operations to maintain access, enhance interoperability, and build enduring partnerships in order to enhance regional security and promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the Caribbean, Central, and South American regions.

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

For more news from U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command and U.S. 4th Fleet, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/cusns/.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 02:39 (2017)    Sujet du message: DEPART DU GENERAL DE VILLIERS : L’EPEE LE CEDE A LA TOGE Répondre en citant

FRANCE : DEPART DU GENERAL DE VILLIERS : L’EPEE LE CEDE A LA TOGE

Aujourd'hui


Depuis quarante ans, c’est sur les doigts de la main que l’on compte les officiers généraux de très haut rang démissionnés ou démissionnaires.

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« Cedant arma togae » : l’épée le cède à la toge. Qui en douterait dans notre République, plus héritière en cela de la royauté capétienne que de la monarchie napoléonienne ! La foudre a frappé, le général de Villiers quitte ses fonctions de chef d’état-major des armées. Depuis quarante ans, c’est sur les doigts de la main que l’on compte les officiers généraux de très haut rang démissionnés ou démissionnaires, après un désaccord avec l’autorité politique.

En 1980, le général Jean Lagarde, chef d’état-major de l’armée de terre (CEMAT) depuis 1975, démissionne à la surprise générale, six mois avant la limite d’âge de son rang. Une démission sans tambour ni trompette, à l’image de cet officier discret qui fut incontestablement l’un des grands CEMAT de la fin du XXe siècle. On lui doit, notamment, une série de réformes profondes, tant dans l’organisation des commandements territoriaux et opérationnels que dans le mode de commandement (nous sortions de Mai 68). « Il n’y a aucune ambiguïté et il n’y a aucune exégèse à faire à mon départ », déclara-t-il laconiquement pour expliquer son départ.

La suite : http://www.bvoltaire.fr/depart-general-de-villiers-lepee-cede-a-toge/?mc_ci…


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 03:31 (2017)    Sujet du message: BULGARIA_ MULTINATIONAL NAVAL FORCES FLEX MARITIME MUSCLE IN ANNUAL EXERCISE / MILITARY MUSCLE_ CHINA DEPLOYS TROOPS TO FIRST OVERSEAS BASE IN AFRICA Répondre en citant

BULGARIA_ MULTINATIONAL NAVAL FORCES FLEX MARITIME MUSCLE IN ANNUAL EXERCISE



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MILITARY MUSCLE_ CHINA DEPLOYS TROOPS TO FIRST OVERSEAS BASE IN AFRICA



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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 12:02 (2017)    Sujet du message: RUSSIA-BELARUS STRATEGIC MILITARY DRILLS TO INVOLVE OVER 10,000 TROOPS Répondre en citant

RUSSIA-BELARUS STRATEGIC MILITARY DRILLS TO INVOLVE OVER 10,000 TROOPS

Military & Defense July 17, 18:11

Up to 680 pieces of military hardware will be used in the drills

MINSK, July 17. /TASS/. Over 10,000 Russian and Belarusian troops will take part in the joint strategic drills dubbed Zapad-2017 (West-2017) , Belarus’ Defense Minister Lieutenant-General Andrei Ravkov told TASS on Monday.

" Up to 12,700 servicemen are planned to be involved in the drills. About 10,200 troops will be involved on the territory of our country, including 7,200 servicemen from the Belarusian Armed Forces and about 3,000 from the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation ," he said.

According to the general, up to 680 pieces of military hardware will be used in the drills.

The Zapad-2017 joint strategic drills are of planned nature and will be held by decision of the presidents of both countries, the general stressed.

"The military exercise is the demonstration of our continuity in ensuring the security of both fraternal peoples," he said.

As the Belarusian defense minister said, "this exercise is not a response to the buildup of NATO’s military component near the borders of our states, although these actions cause natural concern of the leadership of the Union State."

As the defense minister explained, during the drills the militaries of both countries will practice "improving the inter-operability of headquarters at various levels and linking the advanced systems of troops and armament command and control."

"It is important to test the provisions of new statutory regulations developed in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus," Ravkov said, noting that it was also necessary for the senior command, commanders and headquarters to get the practice of planning military measures for stabilization and troops’ command and control.

Practical exercises for the bodies of military governance and troops will be held in Belarus at the Lepel, Borisov, Losvido and Osipovichi training ranges, the Ruzhansky and Domanovsky Air Force and Air Defense Force practice grounds and also on the terrain near the community of Dretun, the general said.

"As for the scope of the exercise, this is the largest event of the joint operational training of the Armed Forces from both countries," the general said.

On the eve of the Russia-Belarus strategic drills, about 40 joint operational and combat training events have been held, including special exercises by the type of logistic support, the Belarusian defense minister said.

http://tass.com/defense/956641/amp


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 12:24 (2017)    Sujet du message: U.S. FORCES WORK WITH PARTNERS IN NUMEROUS MILITARY EXERCISES Répondre en citant

U.S. FORCES WORK WITH PARTNERS IN NUMEROUS MILITARY EXERCISES

Mon Jul 17, 2017 11:45 pm

In the Pacific region, Exercise Talisman Saber 2017 involves more than 33,000 U.S. and Australian personnel who are participating in the biennial military training exercise in Australia, June 23 to July 25.

U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force personnel, as well as Australian forces and members of other government agencies in both countries are participating in Talisman Saber, which is jointly sponsored by the U.S. Pacific Command and the Australian military's Joint Operations Command.

It features 21 ships, including the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, the Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group, and more than 200 joint aircraft. This year's seventh iteration of the exercise is focusing on training a combined task force of U.S. and Australian forces in a mid-intensity, high-end warfighting scenario, incorporating interagency participation, along with a command post exercise involving a transition between a three- and four-star headquarters.

"Talisman Saber provides an invaluable opportunity to conduct operations in a combined, joint and interagency environment that will increase both countries' ability to plan and execute contingency responses, from combat missions to humanitarian assistance efforts," Davis said.

In Africa, The U.S. military, in partnership with the South African military, will conduct Shared Accord 2017, a command post exercise and field training exercise at South Africa's combat training center. It began today and runs to Aug. 3.

"Shared Accord 2017 is an annual, combined, joint military exercise that brings together U.S. forces and partner nations to foster security cooperation while improving operational planning and mission command capabilities," Davis said.

"Shared Accord promotes regional relationships, increases capacity, trains U.S. and South African forces, and furthers cross training and interoperability," he added.

The exercise will provide participating military forces the skills required to enable readiness in support of peacekeeping operations, Davis said, noting that the U.S. military is getting valuable training as well, in areas such as planning for peace support operations, combined command and expeditionary operations.

United Kingdom - Royal International Air Tattoo

In the United Kingdom over the weekend, U.S. airmen and sailors participated in flying demonstrations and static displays for the Royal International Air Tattoo at Royal Air Force Fairford.

" U.S. participation in RIAT highlighted the strength of the U.S. commitment to European security, the NATO alliance, our ever-strong alliance with U.K., and demonstrates interoperability with allies and partners from around the world," Davis said.

This year's airshow also was designated as a commemoration for the U.S. Air Force's 70th birthday by U.S. Air Forces in Europe with the theme "American Airmen: Breaking Barriers since 1947."

Europe Exercises

Exercise Saber Guardian 17, a U.S. Army Europe-led multinational exercise, is nearing completion in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. The exercise began July 11 and will end July 20. Saber Guardian 17 is larger in both scale and scope over previous iterations, Davis said. About 25,000 service members from 22 allied and partner nations are taking part, he added, and the exercise highlights participant deterrence capabilities -- specifically, the ability to mass forces at any given time anywhere in Europe.

Davis also highlighted several enabling and integrated exercises:

-- Tobruq Legacy 2017, a U.S.-led air defense artillery exercise July 12-22 at several Czech Republic, Lithuanian and Romanian locations ;

-- Swift Response 2017, a U.S.-led, airborne exercise involving the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team at several Bulgarian, Hungarian and Romanian locations July 13-23 ; and

-- Sea Breeze 2017, a U.S. Naval Forces Europe-led multinational exercise in the Black Sea supporting NATO's Partnership for Peace initiative, July 11-21;

Allied and partner exercises involving about 40,000 personnel from 30 nations comprise the Black Sea Region Exercises for 2017, with Saber Guardian 17 being the largest , Davis said. While each is separate and distinct, the exercises as a whole demonstrate the commitment of the United States and its allies and partners as well as NATO's superior joint and combined capabilities, and they highlight the collective will to defend against regional aggression, Davis said.

South America – UNITAS

Naval maritime forces from 18 countries gathered in Lima, Peru, for the 58th iteration of the annual multilateral exercise UNITAS, which starts today and runs through July 26 , the captain said.

This year's exercise is hosted by Peru. Participating countries include the United States, Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Australia, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Italy, Panama, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom .

UNITAS 2017 comprises two concurrent phases:

-- UNITAS Pacific is designed to train each navy to conduct combined naval operations through the execution of littoral warfare, anti-piracy, maritime interdiction operations, countering transnational organized crime, anti-surface warfare, electronic warfare, communications exercises, and air and amphibious operations to increase the capabilities of participating naval and marine forces.

-- UNITAS Amphibious is designed to enhance interoperability and improve partner nations' ability to plan combined amphibious operations, stability operations, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions in the region.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 12:34 (2017)    Sujet du message: MORE THAN 35 THOUSAND SOLDIERS WILL PARTICIPATE IN NATO EXERCISES OF "TRIDENT JUNCTURE" Répondre en citant

MORE THAN 35 THOUSAND SOLDIERS WILL PARTICIPATE IN NATO EXERCISES OF "TRIDENT JUNCTURE"

Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:47 am

More than 35 thousand servicemen will participate in NATO exercises of "Trident Juncture-2018" , the secretary general of alliance Jens Stoltenberg has said. "We speak about large volumes, about 35 thousand soldiers, but final number will be still solved because we learn more about that how many countries will direct the military personnel" — Stoltenberg has told journalists.

These doctrines will pass in the fall of 2018 in Norway . For the first time Trident Juncture have taken place in October-November, 2015 in Portugal, Spain and Italy, then about 36 thousand people from more than 30 countries have taken part in them.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 12:57 (2017)    Sujet du message: BELARUS—CHINA MILITARY EXERCISE UNITED SHIELD 2017 LAUNCHES IN MINSK Répondre en citant

BELARUS—CHINA MILITARY EXERCISE UNITED SHIELD 2017 LAUNCHES IN MINSK

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A joint anti-terrorist training officially launched in Minsk on July 11. The drills are held with the participation of the special forces of Belarus and China .

The military exercise United Shield 2017 will go on for a week. During this time, the special forces of the two countries will hone their skills in shooting, detention of dangerous criminals, and they will exchange experience in conducting special operations.

Upon completing the training, the Chinese military will be given a tour of the historical sites of Belarus. They will visit the Brest Fortress, Khatyn, as well as the Museum of the Great Patriotic War.

Disclaimer: This article was originally produced and published by The Belarus National State TV and Radio Company. View the original article at The Belarus National State TV and Radio Company.

http://eng.chinamil.com.cn/view/2017-07/12/content_7672759.htm


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Juil - 13:14 (2017)    Sujet du message: CHINESE MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO SHUT DOWN MAJORITY OF PAID ARMY SERVICES Répondre en citant

CHINESE MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO SHUT DOWN MAJORITY OF PAID ARMY SERVICES

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2017-06-23

One year after the death of a young man who was conned into receiving substandard treatment at a military hospital, which subcontracted its cancer clinic to private owners, China's military authorities have shut down 70 percent of the army's paid services.

According to an announcement released by China's Ministry of National Defense on June 23, Chinese military authorities had shut down 70 percent of the army's paid services by the end of May. The announcement also noted that 10 more such services will be shut down by the end of June, including preschool education, press and publication. Meanwhile, paid services in the medical and scientific fields will be completely halted by the end of 2017. Real estate leasing, military farming and sideline production, as well as hospitality services, will be stopped by the end of June 2018.

Chinese authorities have proposed four methods to shut down complicated and sensitive military paid services: immediate termination, transfer and displacement, mandatory administration and socialized support. According to the announcement, medical cooperation between the army and local enterprises or individuals will be immediately terminated, while similar joint scientific research will also be stopped.

The massive clampdown on military paid services were spurred by the death of a synovial sarcoma patient, Wei Zexi, on April 12, 2016. Wei passed away after receiving immunotherapy from a private biomedical center at the Second Hospital of Beijing Armed Police Corps, which allegedly claimed to Wei's parents that its immunotherapy would guarantee an 80 to 90 percent survival rate, and was the "most advanced technology," administered in cooperation with Stanford University.

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