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MessagePosté le: Ven 15 Juin - 17:07 (2012)    Sujet du message: INTERNATIONAL TEAM STARTS SEA-BASED ASTEROID DRILLS Répondre en citant


INTERNATIONAL TEAM STARTS SEA-BASED ASTEROID DRILLS


by Staff Writers
Washington (AFP) June 12, 2012




An international team of aquanauts has begun training at a lab deep in the Atlantic Ocean for an eventual visit to an asteroid, NASA said.

The scientists, astronauts and engineers making up the 16th excursion of NASA's Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) come from the United States and the space agencies of Japan and Europe.

They began their latest 12-day mission on Monday at the Aquarius lab, off the coast of Florida, which provides an environment similar to what it would be like to navigate near-weightless on an asteroid.

"Aquarius provides a convincing simulation to space exploration, and NEEMO crew members experience some of the same tasks and challenges under water that they would in space," NASA said in a statement.

The ocean-floor outpost is located three miles (4.5 kilometers) off the coast of Key Largo, Florida, where it has provided lodging and life support systems for underwater scientists since 1993.

NASA has been sending astronauts to the undersea lab 63 feet (19 meters) down for weeks-long space training missions since 2001.

The latest effort is a new push to get ready for an asteroid trip that President Barack Obama has said could happen by 2025.

The commander of the mission is NASA astronaut Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger.
The crew includes European Space Agency astronaut Timothy Peake of Britain, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Kimiya Yui and Steven Squyres who is professor of astronomy at Cornell University and chairman of the NASA Advisory Council.

The last NEEMO expedition was in October 2011.

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/International_team_starts_sea-based_asteroid_drills_999.html


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MessagePosté le: Ven 15 Juin - 21:43 (2012)    Sujet du message: ALERTE!!! TROUPES RUSSES EN DIRECTION DE LA SYRIE Répondre en citant

ALERTE!!! TROUPES RUSSES EN DIRECTION DE LA SYRIE
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ALERTE ! Navire russe transportant des troupes armées russes est sur son chemin vers la Syrie pour se prémunir des actifs russes, les responsables militaires américains disent @ NBCNews

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MessagePosté le: Lun 18 Juin - 19:47 (2012)    Sujet du message: LES PLUS GRANDES MANOEUVRES MILITAIRES, AU MOYEN ORIENT : IRAN, CHINE, RUSSIE, SYRIE, PRÉSENTS! Répondre en citant

LES PLUS GRANDES MANOEUVRES MILITAIRES, AU MOYEN ORIENT : IRAN, CHINE, RUSSIE, SYRIE, PRÉSENTS!

Voyez comment ils utilisent les mots "manoeuvres et exercises militaires" pour nous berner, alors que leur jeu est très clair face à ce qui se passe outre-mer.
 
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Farsnews- Selon des sources non officielles, les plus grandes manoeuvres militaires jamais organisées, dans la région du Moyen-Orient, auront lieu, d'ici un mois.

Les exercices se dérouleront, dans les eaux territoriales et sur le sol syrien, en présence d'éléments armés de la Russie, de l'Iran, de la Chine, et de la Syrie. Quelque 900.000 soldats participeront à ces exercices. Douze navires de guerre chinois s'apprêtent à traverser, avant la fin juillet, le canal de Suez, pour accoster, dans les ports syriens de Lattaquieh et de Tartous. Des forces terrestres et navales, tout comme des centaines de missiles, 400 avions et 1.000 chars seront déployés, à l'occasion de ces exercices.

http://french.irib.ir/info/moyen-orient/item/195293-les-plus-grandes-manoeuvres-militaires-au-moyen-orient-iran,-chine,-russie,-syrie-pr%C3%A9sents


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MessagePosté le: Mer 20 Juin - 13:08 (2012)    Sujet du message: INSIDE STORY AMERICAS - WHAT IS BEHIND OBAMA'S NEW AFRICA STRATEGY? Répondre en citant

INSIDE STORY AMERICAS - WHAT IS BEHIND OBAMA'S NEW AFRICA STRATEGY?



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MessagePosté le: Mer 20 Juin - 21:38 (2012)    Sujet du message: - LE CANADA PROLONGE SA MISSION DE MAINTIEN DE LA PAIX AU KOSOVO Répondre en citant

- LE CANADA PROLONGE SA MISSION DE MAINTIEN DE LA PAIX AU KOSOVO


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20 juin 2012 10:56

L'une des plus longues missions canadiennes de maintien de la paix à l'étranger se poursuivra pendant au moins une autre année








L'une des plus longues missions canadiennes de maintien de la paix à l'étranger se poursuivra pendant au moins une autre année.

La Presse Canadienne a appris que les cinq soldats canadiens qui oeuvrent présentement au sein de la mission de maintien de la paix au Kosovo rentreront au Canada comme prévu, en septembre, mais qu'ils seront remplacés par d'autres militaires pendant l'année qui suivra.

La mission des Casques bleus canadiens au Kosovo devait prendre fin dans trois mois.

C'est l'Organisation du traité de l'Atlantique Nord (OTAN) qui a demandé au Canada de prolonger sa mission, d'après des sources, jusqu'en septembre 2013. Les militaires étrangers de maintien de la paix sont basés à Prishtina, la capitale.

La présence canadienne au Kosovo est très modeste, considérant que 950 soldats du Canada sont à l'oeuvre en Afghanistan afin de contribuer à la formation des forces de sécurité afghanes.

La fin prévue de la présence canadienne au Kosovo mettra donc fin, l'an prochain, à 21 ans de travail militaire dans l'ancienne Yougoslavie. À certains moments, les militaires canadiens ont combattu en Croatie et ils ont aussi été présents lors du siège de Sarajevo, en Bosnie-Herzégovine.

Le Kosovo, de nos jours peuplé majoritairement par des Albanais, a proclamé unilatéralement son indépendance en 2008, ce qui a été contesté par la Serbie voisine qui considère le Kosovo comme un territoire lui appartenant.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 22 Juin - 17:22 (2012)    Sujet du message: EXERCISE PUTS DIFFERENT AGENCIES ON SAME WAVELENGTH Répondre en citant

EXERCISE PUTS DIFFERENT AGENCIES ON SAME WAVELENGTH


June 7, 2012
By Tod Pritchard
Wisconsin Emergency Management


 
Getting information and data to the right people at the right time can save lives during a disaster. That's why more than 200 people representing two dozen federal, state, county, tribal, local and volunteer agencies - to include the Wisconsin National Guard and Wisconsin Emergency Management - gathered at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds May 31 to take part in "SIMCOM 2012."

The State Interoperable Mobile Communications Exercise, held the past few years in Madison, is designed to display, educate and test mobile emergency communications. The goal is develop relationships and understand the capabilities of other agencies before they are needed in a real emergency.  
 
During the exercise, participating agencies worked together in four groups on practice exercises involving incident command structures and incident action plans. They also played out scenarios to simulate the challenges in emergency communications across different platforms.  
 
"We had a lot of participation from different agencies with various communication platforms," said Donna Haugom, director of the Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management. "I believe this was a great learning experience, and hope it can continue with different counties throughout the state."  
 
Agencies involved in SIMCOM 12 included ARES/RACES (HAM radio operators); the Civil Air Patrol; Dane County; Dodge County; Federal Emergency Management Agency; FBI-Milwaukee; Jefferson County; La Crosse County; Menomonee County; Milwaukee County; Minnesota Emergency Management; Ozaukee County; Shawano County; USA Disaster Relief Corps; U.S. Department of Justice; Washington County; Waukesha County; Winnebago County (Ill.); Wisconsin Emergency Management; Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Wisconsin National Guard; and the Wisconsin State Patrol.  
 
Participating Wisconsin National Guard units included the Joint Operations Center, Joint Information Systems, 54th Civil Support Team, 128th Air Refueling Wing, 128th Air Control Squadron, 115th Fighter Wing, and the 724th Engineer Battalion serving as the National Guard Reaction Force. The Minnesota National Guard's Joint Operations Staff also took part in the exercise.  
 
The exercise was funded by a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant through the Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance. It was hosted by the Wisconsin National Guard's Joint Operations Center, Wisconsin Emergency Management, and Jefferson County Emergency Management.  
 
 





Cyndi Skodinski of the Washington County Sheriff's Department takes part in the SIMCOM12 communications exercise May 31 at the Jefferson County Fairground. More than 200 people representing two dozen agencies took part in the exercise. Wisconsin Emergency Management photo by Tod Pritchard

 
Kent MacLaughlin, warning and communication officer with Wisconsin Emergency Management, conducts a radio check May 31 during SIMCOM 12 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. More than 200 people representing two dozen agencies took part in the communications exercise. Wisconsin Emergency Management photo by Tod Pritchard

 
Members of the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 115th Fighter Wing staff a communication cell at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds during SIMCOM12 May 31. More than 200 people representing two dozen agencies took part in the communications exercise. Wisconsin Emergency Management photo by Tod Pritchard


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MessagePosté le: Sam 23 Juin - 22:29 (2012)    Sujet du message: BREAKING MAINSTREAM NEWS - MARTIAL LAW MILITARY VEHICLES IN ST-LOUIS MO. !!! Répondre en citant



BREAKING MAINSTREAM NEWS - MARTIAL LAW MILITARY VEHICLES IN ST-LOUIS MO. !!!



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MessagePosté le: Lun 25 Juin - 17:55 (2012)    Sujet du message: SYRIE: LES USA PRÉPARENT L'OPPOSITION AU TRANSFER DU POUVOIR Répondre en citant

SYRIE: LES USA PRÉPARENT L'OPPOSITION AU TRANSFER DU POUVOIR

Samedi 23 juin 2012623/06/Juin/201221:43



Le New York Times, en se référant à des représentants anonymes de l’administration américaine et du renseignement des pays arabes, a rapporté qu’un groupe d’agents de la CIA se trouvait depuis plusieurs semaines au sud de la Turquie pour empêcher les combattants du réseau terroriste Al-Qaïda et d’autres extrémistes de mettre la main sur les armes fournies à l’opposition armée syrienne.

Selon le quotidien, les armes destinées à lutter contre les autorités syriennes (avant tout, des fusils d’assauts, des lance-roquettes, des munitions et des dispositifs antichars), sont envoyés en Syrie via la frontière turque grâce à des intermédiaires, y compris les membres de l’organisation syrienne des Frères musulmans. Ces fournitures sont financées par la Turquie, l’Arabie saoudite et le Qatar.

La Maison Blanche se refuse à commenter les communiqués de la presse concernant les fournitures d’armes à l’opposition syrienne supervisées par la CIA, mais reconnaît toutefois que les Etats-Unis préparent l’opposition à la “transmission du pouvoir” dans le pays.

Par ailleurs, le porte-parole de la Maison Blanche Jay Carney a reconnu que les Etats-Unis contribuaient activement à l’union de l’opposition syrienne et à la préparation de la “transmission du pouvoir”.


“Tout cela a lieu d’être. Ensemble, avec la communauté internationale, nous aidons l’opposition à s’unir et s’organiser. Mais comme je l’avais dit auparavant, une partie de cette opposition est hostile envers les Etats-Unis”, a fait remarquer Carney.


Le New York Times a rapporté que la CIA espérait obtenir des informations plus détaillées sur la structure du mouvement d’opposition en Syrie. “Les agents de la CIA se trouvent au sud de la Turquie et ils cherchent de nouvelles sources d’informations et recrutent des gens”, a déclaré un agent du renseignement d’un pays arabe.

Les représentants de l’administration américaine ont déclaré au quotidien que Washington étudiait également la possibilité d’apporter un soutien supplémentaire aux rebelles, en particulier, transmettre des photos satellites et d’autres renseignements. On étudie la possibilité de créer pour l’opposition son propre système de renseignement et d’envoyer des agents de la CIA en Syrie même. Aucune décision définitive n’a encore été prise concernant ces projets, font remarquer les sources du New York Times.

Les protestations antigouvernementales qui ont dégénéré en conflit armé entre l’opposition et l’armée durent depuis un an en Syrie. Les communiqués rapportant de nouveaux incidents armés et de nouvelles victimes arrivent constamment, malgré l’annonce mi-avril de la trêve, en conformité avec le plan de l’émissaire de l’Onu Kofi Annan, et les observateurs de l’Onu étaient appelés à veiller au respect de celle-ci.

Selon les informations de l’Onu, le nombre total des victimes du conflit en Syrie dépasse 12.000 personnes, près de 230.000 personnes ont fui le pays, près de 1 million d’habitants ont besoin d’aide humanitaire. Les autorités syriennes déclarent que plus de 2.500 militaires et policiers ont péri dans les affrontements, face à des combattants bien armés, et le nombre de victimes civiles a dépassé 3.200 personnes.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 27 Juin - 17:54 (2012)    Sujet du message: FEMA FIRE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DECLARATIONS UPDATE Répondre en citant



FEMA FIRE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DECLARATIONS UPDATE

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) sent this bulletin at 06/27/2012 10:20 AM EDT

Montana Dahl Fire

06/27/2012 09:49 AM EDT

Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2988 declared on Jun 27, 2012



Montana Corral Fire
06/27/2012 09:48 AM EDT


Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2987 declared on Jun 26, 2012

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MessagePosté le: Mer 27 Juin - 20:09 (2012)    Sujet du message: RUSSIA, CHINA, IRAN PLAN TO STAGE IN SYRIA “BIGGEST MID EAST MANEUVER” Répondre en citant

RUSSIA, CHINA, IRAN PLAN TO STAGE IN SYRIA “BIGGEST MID EAST MANEUVER”

DEBKAfile Special Report June 18, 2012, 8:31 PM (GMT+02:00)




A cordial handshake between Russian and Chinese admirals


Middle East military tensions around Syria shot up again Monday, June 18, with the news reported by the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars that a joint Russian-Chinese-Iranian exercise is to take place in Syria.

It was described as “the biggest of its kind ever staged in the Middle East” with 90,000 personnel, 400 air planes and 900 tanks taking part.

As part of its preparations, Beijing is reported to have asked Egyptian authorities to permit the passage through the Suez Canal in late June of 12 naval ships heading for the Syrian port of Tartus, where Moscow maintains a naval and marine base. debkafile reported earlier this week that Russian naval vessels with marines on board were heading for Tartus. The Iranian media did not itemize their contribution to the joint exercise.

debkafile stresses that this would be the first time that substantial Russian and Chinese military strength has ever been deployed in Syria or anywhere else in the Middle East. It means that the two powers are prepared to parade their unabashed partnership with the Iranian and Syrian armies for the shared purpose of obstructing US-European-Arab military intervention in Syria. A large-scale Russian and Chinese military presence in the embattled country would expect to deter the United States from leading a military operation against Bashar Assad and his regime.

No date was attached to the report but the exercise may possibly take place before the end of the month

The large-scale maneuver was announced in Tehran on the first day of the nuclear crisis talks in Moscow between Iran and the six world powers, their third attempt to resolve the crisis by diplomacy. However, Russian and Iranian sources close to the talks were pessimistic about progress. An Iranian delegation member complained the atmosphere was harsh and unconstructive. A Russian source saw no way of bridging US-led Western differences with Tehran when the parties reconvene Monday.

debkafile also notes that the big joint Russian-Chinese-Iranian exercise “at sea, air and land on Syrian soil,” ws released for publication shortly before US President Barack Obama was due to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Mexico.


http://www.debka.com/article/22094/Russia-China-Iran-plan-to-stage-in-Syria-%E2%80%9Cbiggest-Mid-East-maneuver%E2%80%9D-


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MessagePosté le: Mer 27 Juin - 20:42 (2012)    Sujet du message: L'ARMÉE AMÉRICAINE POURRA-T-ELLE UN JOUR FOUDROYER L'ENNEMI ? Répondre en citant

L'ARMÉE AMÉRICAINE POURRA-T-ELLE UN JOUR FOUDROYER L'ENNEMI ?



mercredi 27 juin 2012



On veut dire par là foudroyer littéralement ! Les lasers militaires font de bien vilaines, mais extraordinaires choses de nos jours comme pouvoir aveugler les instruments optiques (dont les yeux) ou percer des blindages. Il n'y a pas longtemps de cela, on vous narrait ici que des chercheurs arrivaient à faire tomber la foudre en focalisant des lasers sur les nuages. Cette sorte d'application des lasers n'a pas échappé aux militaires américains. Ces derniers testent actuellement cela : le laser engendre un canal de plasma dans l'air (invisible) et l'électricité suit alors ce chemin, comme téléguidée !

L'ingénieur en chef du projet avoue qu'il ne se lasse jamais de « zapper des cibles avec des éclairs ». L'énergie focalisée est plus importante que celle d'une grande ville, mais l'opération ne dure qu'un temps infime. On ne risque pas de voir ce procédé sur les champs de bataille dès demain, mais après-demain qui sait ?
Source: Sur la toile

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 28 Juin - 18:04 (2012)    Sujet du message: FEMA FIRE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DECLARATIONS UPDATE (UTAH) Répondre en citant


FEMA and other government organizations, including USA.gov and GobiernoUSA.gov, the official web portals of the U.S. government, offer additional ways to connect with great information to help you prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.

In fact, this is how the secret government under FEMA is taking position in USA, using catastrophic events. They present themselves as a savior when they're there to enslave you. Concentration camp and rehabilitation program are under their jurisdiction. And by that, we clearly know they're not there to help us!

FEMA FIRE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DECLARATIONS UPDATE

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) sent this bulletin at 06/28/2012 10:20 AM EDT

(Federal Emergency Management Agency). This information has recently been updated, and is now available.

Utah Clay Springs Fire

 
06/28/2012 10:09 AM EDT

Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2990 declared on Jun 27, 2012

http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/USDHSFEMA-468bcd

Colorado Weber Fire

06/25/2012 10:14 AM EDT

Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2985 declared on Jun 24, 2012

Colorado Waldo Canyon Fire

06/25/2012 10:13 AM EDT

Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2984 declared on Jun 24, 2012

http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/USDHSFEMA-461eeb 

Vermont Severe Storm, Tornado, And Flooding

06/22/2012 07:12 PM EDT

Major Disaster Declaration number 4066 declared on Jun 22, 2012

http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/USDHSFEMA-45edfa

New Mexico Romero Fire

06/21/2012 09:35 AM EDT

Fire Management Assistance Declaration number 2982 declared on Jun 20, 2012

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 28 Juin - 18:29 (2012)    Sujet du message: POLICE DRONE LAUNCHED IN THE SKIES NORTH OF HOUSTON, TEXAS Répondre en citant

POLICE DRONE LAUNCHED IN THE SKIES NORTH OF HOUSTON, TEXAS



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POLICE STATE : LOCAL POLICE BUYING AND USING US MILITARY WEAPONS ACROSS AMERICA (Jun 27, 2012)



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MessagePosté le: Sam 30 Juin - 22:15 (2012)    Sujet du message: PANETTA: PARTNERSHIPS BOLSTER NATIONAL SECURITY Répondre en citant



PANETTA: PARTNERSHIPS BOLSTER NATIONAL SECURITY


By Amaani Lyle
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WASHINGTON, June 29, 2012 – Collaboration, as much as military might, should play a key role in national security, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said here last night.

Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta delivers remarks as part of the Acheson lecture series at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., June 28, 2012. DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley

(Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available.

In remarks as part of the United States Institute of Peace’s Acheson lecture series, Panetta outlined a blueprint for building 21st-century partnerships and improving security cooperation across several areas.

We must be bold enough to adopt a more collaborative approach to security, both within the United States government and among allies, partners, and multilateral organizations,” he said, adding that the United States must place even greater strategic emphasis on building the security capabilities of others.

Panetta underscored the need to maintain comprehensive and integrated capabilities in key regions to confront critical security challenges.

"Unlike past defense drawdowns when the threats the country was facing appeared to diminish, we still confront many challenges,” the secretary said.

Destabilizing behavior of nations such as Iran and North Korea, the rise of new powers across Asia and the ongoing need to deter aggression in the Middle East and North Africa, Panetta said, have made partnership a critical component of peaceful and cooperative international order.

“Our new strategy prioritizes the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East – the areas with the most significant security challenges,” he said. “We will retain … our military presence, … but we are also going to help more nations share the responsibilities and costs of providing security by investing in alliances and partnerships.”

These partnerships will include engagement in exercises, training and innovative rotational deployments, the secretary added.

Panetta acknowledged that the United States must face these challenges while grappling with a deficit and debt problem that has led Congress to seek nearly half a trillion dollars in defense savings over the next decade. This, he added, requires reshaped priorities that will include a leaner, agile and quickly deployable force on the cutting edge of technology while continuing to develop key capabilities.

We will … continue to invest in the capabilities of the future such as cyber, unmanned systems, space, special operations forces, and the ability to quickly mobilize and maintain our industrial base,” he said.

Panetta said his strategies built on many enduring philosophies put forth by Dean Acheson, for whom the lecture series is named. As secretary of state from 1949 to 1953, Acheson was a leading proponent for bolstering America’s military might and was a principal architect of America’s foreign policy.

Acheson strongly believed that America should not seek to shoulder the burden and costs for global security alone,” the secretary said. “Instead, he understood that a key part of a strong defense was to build the security capacity of allies and partners.”

Panetta praised Acheson’s forward-thinking in policy from Western Europe and NATO to South Korea, from the Truman Doctrine to the Nixon Doctrine, and the statesman’s involvement with key allies and regional partners to build a sound U.S. national security strategy after World War II.

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MessagePosté le: Sam 30 Juin - 22:20 (2012)    Sujet du message: DEAN ACHESON LECTURE: "BUILDING PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21st CENTURY" Répondre en citant



DEAN ACHESON LECTURE: "BUILDING PARTNERSHIP IN THE 21st CENTURY"
 
 
As Delivered by Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta, U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington, DC, Thursday, June 28, 2012 

Thank you, Dick, for that kind introduction, and thank you for the invitation to deliver the fifth Dean Acheson Lecture.

Dick, let me start by commending you on your two decades of leadership here at the U.S. Institute of Peace. I also want to wish you the very best as you prepare to step down after a long and distinguished tenure here. Don’t get too comfortable in retirement – that comes from somebody who knows what the hell I’m talking about.

I am proud to have served in the House of Representatives when we passed the bill that established this institute back in 1984. Under your leadership, this institute has transformed itself from a research center into an organization that provides invaluable expertise to prevent, to mitigate, and to manage conflict throughout the world, deploying staff to Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and other conflict zones. And that is really what was envisioned when we were working on the legislation at the time – not to just have a research facility, but to have a facility that would actively engage in the effort to preserve piece.

I did have the honor of serving on the Iraq Study Group which was indeed supported and staffed by the U.S. Institute of Peace. It was Chaired by former Secretary of State Jim Baker and former Congressman Lee Hamilton. And I truly believe the Report of the Iraq Study Group made an important contribution to the debate and the strategy that ultimately brought that war to a responsible end.

This institute’s work has saved lives, and enhanced our national security. In doing so, it really has stayed true to the spirit of the man whose legacy we celebrate tonight, Dean Acheson.

The historian Arthur Schlesinger once observed that “in a city of gray and anonymous men, Dean Acheson stood out like a noble monument from another and more vivid era.”

Indeed, sixty years after serving as Secretary of State, and more than forty years after his death, Acheson’s unique blend of strategic brilliance and “personal bravura” are still well remembered in this town.

Having just enjoyed the hospitality of your cocktail reception, I’m reminded of the time when a newly elected President Kennedy paid a call on Acheson at his Georgetown home. Acheson offered him a martini, but Kennedy declined and asked for tea instead. That deeply offended Acheson. After all, according to a friend, “he never trusted a man who wouldn’t have a stiff drink with him.”

I know I would have been his very dear friend.

In fact, I learned that Acheson and I share more than a love of a stiff drink.

We both rose to prominence in the executive branch when we were both relatively young. And we were both fired from our jobs. Acheson was fired from Treasury by FDR in 1933, and I was fired from the Office for Civil Rights by President Nixon in 1970.

In both our cases, we first heard about it from the press.

Acheson was eventually rehired by Roosevelt at the beginning of his third term. I don’t think I was ever in danger of being rehired by President Nixon, and I made the wise decision to return to California.

The nation was deeply fortunate to have the service of Dean Acheson. There is perhaps no span of time in American history where the country faced more international turmoil, uncertainty and conflict than the decade during which Dean Acheson served in the State Department. It began just months…[before] Pearl Harbor in 1941 and extended through the Truman administration.

Despite our victory in World War II, when Acheson became Secretary of State in 1949, the global security landscape was ominous. Stalin was at the height of his power, Western Europe lay in ruins, and we faced a crisis over the Soviet blockade of Berlin. Within months, the Soviet Union would test its first atomic bomb and North Korea would invade the South.

In the face of these challenges and others, Acheson helped guide the Truman administration to take some bold actions – from the Marshall Plan and the Berlin airlift to the intervention in Korea – actions that asserted America’s strength, countered the Soviet Union, and helped lay the groundwork for our ultimate victory in the Cold War.

Dean Acheson was a leading proponent for bolstering and asserting America’s military might. But Acheson also strongly believed that America should not seek to shoulder the burden and costs for global security alone.

Instead, he understood that a key part of a strong defense was to build the security capacity of allies and partners.
 
That legacy is deeply relevant to the argument I want to make tonight. In order to advance security and prosperity in the 21st century, we must maintain and even enhance our military strength. But I also believe that the United States must place even greater strategic emphasis on building the security capabilities of others. We must be bold enough to adopt a more collaborative approach to security both within the United States government and among allies, partners, and multilateral organizations.

From Western Europe and NATO to South Korea, from the Truman Doctrine to the Nixon Doctrine, working with key allies and regional partners to build their military and security forces became a major component of U.S. national security strategy after World War II.

This approach has endured long beyond the Cold War, and for the United States military it has gained new – and appropriate – importance as a mission in the decade since 9/11.

In 2006 – the same year as the Iraq Study Group convened – the Department of Defense’s Quadrennial Defense Review recognized the critical importance of having the authorities and resources to perform what it called “building partnership capacity.”

Since then, as the United States helped turn the tide in Iraq and Afghanistan, confronted terrorism in the FATA, in Yemen, in the Horn of Africa and the Philippines, and participated in the NATO operation in Libya that helped bring down Qadhafi, the approach of working with and through others has only grown in importance to our mission of defending our country. In particular, the task of training, advising, and partnering with foreign military and security forces has moved from the periphery to become a critical skill set across our armed forces.

It is, in many ways, the approach that this institute has promoted for nearly three decades.

Standing up the Iraqi Security Forces was central to our ability to bring the war to a responsible conclusion last December. Achieving our goal in Afghanistan similarly depends on building an Afghanistan that can secure and govern itself – a reality that is now guiding the strategy that General Allen is implementing on the ground as commander of the NATO effort.

As the war in Afghanistan begins to wind down, the United States has an opportunity to begin to focus on other challenges and opportunities of the future. But as we do so, the United States is grappling with a deficit and a debt problem that has led Congress to require us to achieve significant savings – nearly half a trillion dollars in savings over the next decade.

Unlike past defense drawdowns, and we have experienced those throughout the past, often times the threats the country was facing appeared to diminish. But today, we still confront many challenges and many threats: the continuing threat of violent extremism – even though we have done significant damage to al Qaeda in Pakistan, we continue to have terrorism in Yemen, in Somalia, in North Africa; we confront the threat of weapons proliferation; we confront the threat of cyber intrusions; we continue to experience cyber attacks every day – it is, without question, a battlefield of the future; we continue to see the destabilizing behavior of nations like Iran and North Korea; the rise of new powers across Asia; and the dramatic changes that we’ve seen unfold across the Middle East and North Africa.

These challenges, coupled with the new fiscal reality, led us to reshape our priorities with a new defense strategy for the 21st century. It is a strategy that places a greater emphasis on building the capabilities of others to help meet the security challenges of the future, and to sustain a peaceful and cooperative international order.

This strategy is built on five key elements:
First, we know we are going to be smaller and leaner – that’s a reality – but we must remain agile, flexible, quickly deployable, and on the cutting edge of technology.

Second, we must remain strong enough to confront aggression and defeat more than one enemy at a time. If we face the threat of a land war in Korea, we have to be able to deal with that at the same time that we deal with the possibility of the closure of the Strait of Hormuz. And we feel we’ve maintained that capability.

Third, we will also continue to invest in the capabilities of the future. Yes, we obviously have to meet our responsibility with regard to reducing the deficit burden. But at the same time we also need to invest – invest in cyber, invest in unmanned systems, invest in space, invest in special operations forces, and invest in the ability to quickly mobilize and also the importance of maintaining our industrial base.

Fourth, our new strategy prioritizes the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East. These are the areas with the most significant security challenges. In those regions, we will retain and even enhance our military presence, to ensure that we can project power and deter aggression. But we are also going to help more nations share the responsibilities and costs of providing security by investing in alliances and partnerships, as I explained at the Shangri-La Dialogue earlier this month.

And lastly, we will maintain a presence elsewhere in the world, particularly in regions like Europe, Africa and Latin America. We must use our best skills and our assistance to build new alliances, new partnerships throughout the world by engaging in exercises, in training, in assistance and in innovative rotational deployments.

The benefits of this emphasis on a partnered approach to security were apparent to me during a trip that I took to Colombia in April. There, the United States has spent years training and equipping the military to take on the FARC, a narco-trafficking terrorist organization. Not only has Colombia made significant gains over the past few years against the FARC, it is stepping up to help combat illicit trafficking in Central America. Colombia is now one of fourteen countries working cooperatively to disrupt narco-traffickers in Central America. I also visited Brazil and Chile, and saw impressive demonstrations of their growing military capabilities – capabilities that are enabling them to contribute to security in Central America, Africa and across the globe.

What I saw in these countries reinforced a new reality. In the past, the United States often assumed the primary role of defending others. We built permanent bases. We deployed large forces across the globe to fixed positions. We often assumed that others were not willing or capable of defending themselves.

Our new strategy recognizes that this is not the world we live in anymore. But implementing this new strategy will demand adjustments across the entire national security apparatus.

Tonight, let me outline a Department-wide initiative – “Building Partnerships in the 21st Century.” Its fundamental purpose is to improve our security cooperation across three broad areas:
  • First, by taking a strategic approach to security cooperation and making sure that we have comprehensive and integrated capabilities in key regions in order to confront critical security challenges;
  • Second, ensuring the Defense Department continues to enhance the skill sets and capabilities that are needed to build and sustain partnerships;
  • Third, streamlining the Department’s internal processes to speed up and improve security cooperation programs – and working with the Department of State and Congress to do the same.

Let me talk about the first point, which is a Comprehensive and Strategic Approach to Security Cooperation
I have urged the Department to develop innovative approaches to meeting future security challenges, approaches that take better advantage of the opportunities for partnership and help us to more effectively advance a common security vision for the future. To that end, I’ve directed all of the geographic Combatant Commanders to think and plan strategically when it comes to security cooperation, including all their regional activities – from joint exercises, exchanges, and operations to more traditional forms of security assistance.

During the Cold War, U.S. partnership efforts were principally directed at countering a single adversary, the Soviet Union. In the 21st century, we must build partnerships that enable us to better meet a wider range of challenges.

To that end, I see us building networks that leverage our unique capabilities – and the unique strengths of our allies and partners that share common interests – to confront the critical challenges of the future.

That means continuing to work with nations in the Horn of Africa, the Middle East and Asia to counter violent extremism. It means working with partners in the Persian Gulf to strengthen their ability to counter Iran’s destabilizing activities, and it means advancing collaborative efforts with Israel to deploy systems like Iron Dome, which protects Israeli citizens against the threat of rockets. It means investing in new capabilities with allies in Northeast Asia, such as missile defense, to counter North Korea. We will also work to strengthen the maritime security and humanitarian assistance capabilities of key partners in the Indian Ocean and in Southeast Asia. We will work with partner nations in the Western Hemisphere to tackle the challenge of illicit trafficking and response to natural disasters. And we will strengthen NATO’s capabilities in missile defense, meet our Article 5 commitments, and ensure that we can conduct expeditionary operations with our European allies. And we must ensure that they can assume a greater burden of the responsibility when we do engage.

These networks will be supported by innovative, small-footprint deployments of U.S. forces and capabilities to key strategic locations around the globe – from Northern Australia to Singapore, from Djibouti to Rota. Combined with our traditional forward presence and other capabilities, these deployments will enhance our ability to train and to operate with partners, and to respond to future crises.

To succeed in these efforts, we have to coordinate even more closely with the Department of State. My goal is for the Department of State to have a leading role in crafting and conducting U.S. foreign policy, so that we can reaffirm and strengthen our strategic approach to defense partnerships. But it is also clear that building partnership capacity is a key military mission for the future.

A second area is to enhance DoD’s capabilities in this area.

Building strong partnerships around the world will require us to sustain and enhance American military strength. But all of the military services, and the Department as a whole, also must adapt as partnering with foreign militaries becomes even more of a mainstay of the U.S. defense strategy. We have got to develop a “partnering culture.”

To that end, those security cooperation capabilities and skill sets once considered the exclusive province of the special operations community will need to be built up and retained across the force and among civilians. In particular, it is critical that we invest in language training and in cultural expertise throughout the Department.

Building the capacity of defense ministries and other institutions, which have not been a main focus of efforts, must become more prominent. We need to work collaboratively with State, USAID and non-governmental organizations to help partner countries so that they can modernize and reform in a way that contributes to regional security.

The U.S. Army’s plan to align a brigade combat team with each regional combatant command – which will be rolled out next year with Africa Command – is one example of the kind of approach that will boost our partnership capabilities and regional expertise.

And more broadly, I want to see the military retain the hard-won capability to train and advise foreign security forces in support of stability operations like in Iraq and Afghanistan. But I also want us to become better at working with more capable security partners on our shared security interests – particularly rising powers like Brazil and India [that] can make significant and positive contributions to global security and prosperity.

And lastly, streamlining processes.

To better partner with our more capable friends and allies requires that we make our security cooperation processes more efficient and more agile. As part of this effort, we are working with the State Department to ensure that our new and most flexible security cooperation tools – particularly the new Global Security Contingency Fund – are used to their maximum advantage. These “dual key” programs – which require approval by me and by Secretary Clinton – have been a big step forward to create incentives for collaboration. But our security cooperation programs still rely on a patchwork of different authorities, different funding, different rules governing defense exports depend on processes that are truly cumbersome and were built during the Cold War.

I strongly support efforts to achieve comprehensive reform in these areas through legislation. But I have also directed the Department of Defense’s senior leadership team to streamline and strengthen those security cooperation procedures that are under our control, and that maximize our use of the highest priority and most effective programs.

We have also made substantial progress in facilitating defense trade with a broad range of allies and partners – an area I believe of critical importance to both our national security and the global economy. As one indication, annual U.S. government foreign military sales have grown from an average of about $12 billion at the beginning of the last decade to an average of roughly $38 billion over the last three years. There has also been a tremendous growth in cooperative acquisition efforts with allies and partners, including the Joint Strike Fighter and the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance programs, and in U.S. industry’s direct commercial sales of defense equipment and services abroad.

Defense trade is a promising avenue for deepening security cooperation with our most capable partner nations. Our on-going work in reforming our export control system is a critical part of fostering that cooperation. Each transaction creates new opportunities for training, for exercises, for relationship building. It also supports our industrial base, with roughly one third of defense industry output supported by defense exports. This is important for American jobs and for our ability to invest in new defense capabilities for the future.

India is one such country that would benefit from changes to our system. While in New Delhi earlier this month I announced that my Deputy, Ash Carter, will work with Indian counterparts to streamline our respective bureaucratic processes to better enable defense trade.

It is clear to me that there is more that can be done to facilitate defense cooperation, with our traditional allies and our new partners alike. We are working to make U.S. government decision-making simpler, faster and more predictable for our partners. This means better anticipating their needs ahead of time, fast-tracking priority sales, and incorporating U.S. exportability requirements up front in the development process. A new Special Defense Acquisition Fund is allowing us to begin procuring long-lead, high demand items in anticipation of our partner requests. And we’ve also built Expeditionary Requirements Generation Teams that send acquisitions experts abroad to help our allies better define and better streamline their requests. And a proposed Defense Coalition Repair Fund will allow us to repair equipment in anticipation of partner requests.

All these efforts are a priority for me, and for the Department of State. And I firmly believe that judicious sales or transfers of capabilities to responsible governments are vital in maintaining peace and deterring would-be aggressors. The security challenges of the future require us to partner, and the plan of action I’ve outlined will allow us to do so prudently – by protecting the “crown jewels” of U.S. technology while putting in place the programs and capabilities and processes to build partnership in the 21st century.

But only some of this is within the control of the executive branch. Congress too must also take action – and we will work with them to do so.

Speaking of Congress, the strategy I have outlined cannot succeed without their stable and consistent support.
One of the greatest dangers to national security today is the partisan gridlock that too often fails to address the problems facing this nation. I came to Washington over 40 years ago and in part of a different generation. When I first went to the Senate as a legislative assistant, there were bold leaders like Senators Mansfield, Aiken, Russell, Javits, Jackson, Fulbright, Dirksen and others. Republicans and Democrats who were willing to work together to meet our domestic and foreign challenges. Even when I was a member of Congress, I saw Speaker Tip O’Neill and Congressman Bob Michel work with Senators Bob Dole and George Mitchell to address budget, social security and foreign crises together.

Too often today, the nation’s problems are held hostage to the unwillingness to find consensus and compromise. And in the face of that gridlock, artificial devices like sequester are resorted to in order to force action. But in the absence of action – in the absence of action –sequester could very well threaten the very programs critical to our national security – both defense and domestic.

Any new defense strategy is dependent on new and innovative deployments, on diplomacy and on assistance, and it must rest on a reliable political system prepared to make decisions on behalf of our national security. That is a critical ingredient to the success of the partnership strategy I just outlined.

It is clear that even as we turn the page on a decade of war, the international security environment will remain complex and threatening. But as we look at each challenge we face, it is clear that wehave many allies and partners who share an interest in helping advance a common security vision, and that we are more secure when they are more capable of helping us.

Nearly fifty years ago, and more than a decade after he left government, Dean Acheson wrote an article called, and I quote, “The Practice of Partnership.” In the aftermath of the Cuban missile crisis, Acheson argued for a revitalized military strategy to counter Soviet expansionism. A key part of Acheson’s vision was for European allies to build up their conventional military forces, complemented by a strong U.S. force posture and nuclear deterrent. He saw a strengthened network of Alliances as the key to security and prosperity in his time.

What I described tonight are some of the broad outlines for what I’ve called building partnership in the 21st century. We must continue to map out a new path to build up the strength of our allies and partners around the globe, using both old and new tools. We must, and we will, remain the strongest military power on the face of the earth, but more than ever – more than ever – our strength depends on our ability to govern and to lead, and it depends on capable allies and partners willing to help shoulder the burden of global security. That is the key to preserving and protecting not just our national security but our democracy.

Thank you again for having me. God bless you and God bless the United States of America.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 1 Juil - 15:15 (2012)    Sujet du message: IRAN POINTS 1000 MISSILES AT U.S. BASES IN THE MIDDLE EAST: ‘THERE WILL BE WAR AND WE WILL WIN,’ SAYS REPUBLICAN GUARD Répondre en citant


IRAN POINTS 1000 MISSILES AT U.S. BASES IN THE MIDDLE EAST: ‘THERE WILL BE WAR AND WE WILL WIN,’ SAYS REPUBLICAN GUARD


Posted on June 30, 2012by The Extinction Protocol

June 30, 2012 – TEHRAN - Just days after the breakdown of talks with the West over Iran’s nuclear program, the deputy chief commander of the Revolutionary Guards announced that there soon will be war – and that Allah will ensure his forces are victorious. The last round of talks between Iran and the P5+1 (the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany) ended in Moscow last week without any agreement on Iran’s illicit nuclear program. Gen. Hossein Salami, in a televised interview, boasted that, “Iran has complete control of all the enemy’s interests around the world and is on a path to reach equivalency with world powers.” The commander emphasized that Iran’s nuclear program is irreversible, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported. Salami said war is inevitable, and the Iranian forces are ready. “The current sanctions will only help Iran with its progress, and the Iranian ballistic missiles can target the enemy’s moving carriers with 100 percent accuracy,” he warned the West. “The Guards’ operational plan includes a radius of deterrence in the region in which all interests of the enemy have been identified, and in case of war, those interests will be attacked.” Guards’ commanders have stated previously that all U.S. bases in the region are targeted with missiles and will be attacked should America strike Iran. Salami said Iranian ballistic missiles can travel at several times the speed of sound and cannot easily be tracked and destroyed. “Our defense inventory is so great that at times our brothers in the Guards face limitations with space.” The Revolutionary Guards have more than 1,000 ballistic missiles capable of reaching all U.S. bases in the region, all of Israel and some capitals in Europe. In collaboration with China and North Korea, they are also working on intercontinental ballistic missiles. Salami said the Guards are on high alert, adding, “Our forces in relation to our internal security will complete their mission with all of their capability.” –WND

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MessagePosté le: Dim 1 Juil - 15:46 (2012)    Sujet du message: FEMA : OHIO SEVERE STORMS /WEST VIRGINIA SEVERE STORMS Répondre en citant

OHIO SEVERE STORMS

Emergency Declared June 30, 2012 (EM-3346)
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MessagePosté le: Lun 2 Juil - 00:17 (2012)    Sujet du message: LES ÉTATS-UNIS SONT ACTUELLEMENT EN EXERCICES NAVALS AVEC 22 PAYS, LES PLUS IMPORTANTS JAMAIS MENÉS JUSQU'À CE JOUR Répondre en citant

LES ÉTATS-UNIS SONT ACTUELLEMENT EN EXERCICES NAVALS AVEC 22 PAYS, LES PLUS IMPORTANTS JAMAIS MENÉS JUSQU'À CE JOUR


ENGLISH : US hosts largest naval exercises ever in Hawaii
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dimanche 1 juillet 2012

* Si on compte les exercices militaires nationaux et locaux menés dans les derniers mois, il est évident que les autorités se préparent à de nombreux scénarios!

Environ 25 000 marins et autres personnels militaires provenant de 22 nations ont convergé vers Hawaï depuis vendredi. Des pratiques de chasse aux sous-marins et de capture de pirates sont à l'agenda.

Ces exercices doivent se dérouler pendant les cinq prochaines semaines et parmi les participants on trouve le Japon et la Russie.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 4 Juil - 14:30 (2012)    Sujet du message: WISCONSIN : WI EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER-SITUATION REPORT - STORM DAMAGE & HEAT Répondre en citant






DATE: July 3, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Clean up continues today following severe storms that moved through the northern portions of Wisconsin overnight. Strong winds, hail, and heavy rain were reported. Several utilities are reporting about 10,000 customers are without power this afternoon in northern Wisconsin due to downed power lines but most power should be fully restored later today. There were no injuries reported.

Hot temperatures and high humidity will persist across much of Wisconsin through the week. Currently, the National Weather Service has issued Heat Warnings for West Central counties and Heat Advisories for most of the counties thru Friday.

Here is the storm information reported:

Forest County: County officials report scattered tree and power line damage throughout the county. The Town of Freedom appears to be the hardest hit. Efforts are underway to remove debris and restore power.
Winnebago County: Winnebago County Emergency Management reports that a strong storm hit most of the county last night causing downed trees, hail and some flash flooding. Hail ranging in size from dime to quarter size, and even golf ball sized hail were reported throughout the Clayton/Winchester area, Oshkosh, Town of Algoma and southern areas of the county. In addition, the National Weather Service estimated wind gusts of 60 to 70 mph in those same areas. With the Highway 41 construction in progress - many signs, barrels and even a crane tipped over from the winds. Business signs along the Hwy 41 corridor also sustained some damages. Minor street flooding was also reported in the Oshkosh area. Four homes are suspected of being struck by lightning.

Barron County: Power outages were reported in Chetek. The Knapp Haven Nursing Home and Barron County's radio tower are both on generator power. Full power is expected later this afternoon. Town of Clinton had shoulder washouts, but crews were repairing them this morning.

Bayfield County: Bayfield County had trees and power lines down in many of the towns in the southern half of the county, specifically Barnes, Cable, Drummond, Grand View, Hughes and Iron River. Most utilities should be restored later today.

Iron County: Initial reports of scattered power outages throughout the county. Officials report downed trees on power lines, roads and a tree on a garage in Hurley. Their south tower is currently on backup power. All major road have been cleared some secondary roads will be cleared later today.
Other Storm Damage: Ashland, Sawyer, Polk and Oneida counties reported minor storm damage and scattered power outages. No damage reports from Burnett, Rusk and Washburn counties.
Here is the weather information:

Heat Warnings: The National Weather Service has issued Heat Warnings for 33 counties in west central and southern Wisconsin and a Heat Advisory for 24 counties in the state until Thursday at 10:00 p.m. Yesterday, Wisconsin Department of Health Services issued a Public Health Advisory due to the heat. Many communities have opened up cooling shelters where people can go to seek relief if they don't have air conditioning. A list of those cooling center is located at http://ready.wi.gov/. This list will be updated daily. Information is also available by contacting 2-1-1 Wisconsin. Simply call 2-1-1 or go to http://www.211wisconsin.org/centers.html for assistance.

Other heat-related information: Wisconsin Department of Transportation reports that all lanes on U.S. 51 near Tomahawk are now open. This morning, the left lane closed due to road buckling. Motorists are advised to check their routes ahead of time for road construction and other possible delays by calling 511 or go to www.511wi.gov.

Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has provided information for farmers and pet owners to help keep animals safe during this heat wave. In addition, emergency burning restrictions remain in effect by the Department of Natural Resources. Information is available at http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.asp

Wisconsin Emergency Management remains engaged with local officials and state agencies in monitoring the heat wave and storm damage. The State Emergency Operations Center currently remains at Level 4, monitoring events. While there have been no requests for state assistance, Wisconsin Emergency Management stands ready to help.

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LA MAJORITÉ DU PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN PERSISTE DANS LA LIBÉRALISATION DU RAIL


Ce projet de libéralisation complète du secteur du rail pourrait cacher un agenda beaucoup plus sombre que l'on croit. Avec tous ces trains (2 étages) que nous voyons dans plusieurs pays, et qui doivent servir à transporter le bétail humain vers les camps de concentration, nous pouvons nous attendre à voir des partenaires onusiens s'emparer du marché, pour un meilleur contrôle et stabilité (personne ne se met à travers leur chemin).

Quant à garantir le DÉVELOPPEMENT DE LA CONCURRENCE, nos gouvernements corrompus nous démontrent depuis si longtemps comment tout se passe sous la table, avec les enveloppes brunes, pour donner les contrats à leurs petits amis partenaires et maçonnique qui soutiennent leur campagne électorale. Les grandes décisions de ce monde ne sont pas pris lors d'élection mais dans les grandes rencontres internationales dont le contenu reste secret aux yeux du grand public.

Nous ne pouvons nous attendre à mieux sous ce gouvernement mondial qui nous démontre chaque jour toute la perversion de leur agenda sous un langage mielleux. Regardez ces liens, le vidéo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9NJvWMjEBk qui protège encore mieux certains groupes haut placés par de nouvelles régulations et un plein contrôle ainsi que la charte des groupes d'entrepreneurs qui contrôlent ce monde. Les employés ordinaires sont les esclaves de ces grandes corporations. Ni vous, ni moi ne sommes capables d'occuper des postes importants dans aucune de ses sociétés. http://www.businessinsider.com/this-chart-shows-the-bilderberg-groups-connection-to-everything-in-the-world-2012-6

Ils sont la tête et nous la queue. Lorsque le Seigneur Jésus reviendra, il détruira tout cet Empire corrompu. Seuls ceux qui Lui seront soumis et qui obéiront à ses lois seront jugés dignes de régner sur les masses avec JUSTICE et ÉQUITÉ.

Ce mardi 3 juillet le Parlement européen a confirmé une vision totalement mercantile du transport ferroviaire, à l’opposé du service public. Il a confirmé les orientations votées en première lecture le 16 novembre 2011 sur la refonte du premier “paquet ferroviaire” (
cliquez ici pour lire ma note de décryptage à ce sujet).

Certes, il a été légèrement amélioré sur quelques aspects techniques comme le fait que les opérateurs “historiques” ne sont plus obligés de donner accès à leurs installations de maintenance. Mais reste l’essentiel des dispositifs négatifs : la mise en concurence favorisant de nouvelles entreprises privées sur “le marché du rail”. Le texte organise la séparation financière et fonctionnelle complète entre le gestionnaire de réseau et l’entreprise historique qui l’utilise. Il demande à la Commission de préparer les textes d’ici la fin de cette année, textes qui parachèveront l’ouverture du marché.
C’est donc la mise en concurence à marche forcée qui est à l’oeuvre, avec de nouvelles menaces de privatisation.

Soyons vigilants et actifs pour défendre, améliorer, démocratiser notre SNCF .

04/07/2012

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SEEDS OF WORLD WAR 3: HEZBOLLAH AND IRAN SAY THEY WILL FIGHT WITH ASSAD TO DEFEND SYRIA AGAINST ANY INVASION


Posted on July 4, 2012by The Extinction Protocol



July 4, 2012 – MIDDLE EAST – Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah and Iran will fight alongside the Syrian regime if it is attacked by foreign forces, a pro-Damascus Palestinian fighter leader said on Tuesday. In the event of “a foreign attack, we discussed with our brothers (in the Syrian regime), with (Hezbollah chief) Hassan Nasrallah and our brothers in Iran, we will be part of this battle,” said Ahmad Jibril of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command. In an interview with Beirut-based Mayadeen television, Jibril said that if a “Turkish-European alliance or NATO escalate… we will take to the streets and fight on behalf of all those with honour and our Syrian brothers.” Jibril also cited Nasrallah as saying Hezbollah would fight on behalf of the Syrian regime, and described the Iran-Syria-Hezbollah alliance as “one axis” that the PFLP-GC is part of. He added that he met recently with Nasrallah, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad, without specifying when. He also noted that the Hezbollah chief “said he would join this battle, in the event of a foreign attack” on Syria. The Iranian regime, he said, told him it would not allow a strike on Syria. “We have warned the Turks several times not to play with fire,” Jibril said. Echoing the Syrian regime’s discourse, the PFLP-GC chief said the 16-month uprising against Assad was not a genuine local movement, but rather “a change in the foundations of this region in order to create a new Middle East,” referring to a term coined in 2006 by former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Jibril described the defence of the Syrian regime as “a decisive battle.” Victory would be necessary, he said, in order to “defeat the American and Zionist projects.” –Gulf News


Iran says missiles could destroy US missile bases: Iran has threatened to destroy U.S. military bases across the Middle East and target Israel within minutes of being attacked, Iranian media reported on Wednesday, as Revolutionary Guards extended test-firing of ballistic missiles into a third day. Iran on Tuesday test-fired in its central desert a ballistic missile capable of striking Israel as part of war games designed to show its ability to retaliate if attacked, media said. Israel has hinted it may attack Iran if diplomacy fails to secure a halt to its disputed nuclear energy program. The United States also has mooted military action as a last-resort option but has frequently nudged the Israelis to give time for intensified economic sanctions to work against Iran. “These bases are all in range of our missiles, and the occupied lands (Israel) are also good targets for us,” Amir Ali Haji Zadeh, commander of the Revolutionary Guards aerospace division, was quoted by Fars news agency as saying. Haji Zadeh said 35 U.S. bases were within reach of Iran’s ballistic missiles, the most advanced of which commanders have said could hit targets 2,000 km (1,300 miles) away. ‘We have thought of measures to set up bases and deploy missiles to destroy all these bases in the early minutes after an attack,” he added. It was not clear where Haji Zadeh got his figures on U.S. bases in the region. U.S. military facilities in the Middle East are located in Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Turkey, and it has around 10 bases further afield in Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan. -Reuters



U.S. increases military presence: The United States has quietly moved significant military reinforcements into the Persian Gulf to deter the Iranian military from any possible attempt to shut the Strait of Hormuz and to increase the number of fighter jets capable of striking deep into Iran if the standoff over its nuclear program escalates. The deployments are part of a long-planned effort to bolster the American military presence in the gulf region, in part to reassure Israel that in dealing with Iran, as one senior administration official put it last week, “When the president says there are other options on the table beyond negotiations, he means it.” But at a moment that the United States and its allies are beginning to enforce a much broader embargo on Iran’s oil exports, meant to force the country to take seriously the negotiations over sharply limiting its nuclear program, the buildup carries significant risks, including that Iran’s powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps could decide to lash out against the increased presence. –NY Times


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VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yfnq_8UqxNc

by Ben Shapiro4 Jul 2012

Even on July 4, President Obama can't stop campaigning.


On the 236th anniversary of America’s declaration of independence from Great Britain, President Obama has decided to celebrate in a rather unusual way: by politicizing immigration. President Obama trotted out his teleprompter for a naturalization ceremony for military members – a beautiful event. Except that Obama couldn’t keep his yap shut about the DREAM Act: “We’re still perfecting our union, still extending the promise of America. That’s why, as another step forward, we’re lifting the shadow of deportation from serving — from deserving young people who were brought to this country as children. It’s why we still need a DREAM Act — to keep talented young people who want to contribute to our society and serve our country. It’s why we need — why America’s success demands — comprehensive immigration reform.”

Or, we could just allow America to celebrate these immigrants who wanted to serve their country in the most courageous possible way, rather than turning their citizenship ceremony into a political talking point.

This is particularly offensive to me; my wife waited some 12 years to obtain her full citizenship, and just swore her citizenship oath a few months ago. Clearly something must be done about the illegal immigrants in America. But had President Obama used the grand occasion of her citizenship ceremony to stump for a shortcut for illegal immigrants, she (and I) would rightfully have been upset.

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MessagePosté le: Ven 6 Juil - 13:33 (2012)    Sujet du message: LE CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ PROROGE D'UN AN LE MANDAT DE LA MISSION DE L'ONU AU SOUDAN DU SUD Répondre en citant

LE CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ PROROGE D'UN AN LE MANDAT DE LA MISSION DE L'ONU AU SOUDAN DU SUD


Des Casques bleus de la MINUSS à Mayom, dans l’Etat de l’Unity, pour évacuer des civils blessés. Photo ONU/Isaac Billy


5 juillet 2012 –

Le Conseil de sécurité a décidé jeudi de proroger jusqu'au 15 juillet 2013 le mandat de la Mission des Nations Unies en République du Soudan du Sud (MINUSS).

En adoptant une résolution à l'unanimité, le Conseil charge la Mission de protéger les civils et d'améliorer la sécurité, en l'autorisant à employer tous les moyens nécessaires, dans la limite de sa capacité et dans les zones de déploiement de ses unités. La Mission est encouragée à se rapprocher encore des collectivités locales pour faire mieux comprendre son mandat.

Le Conseil exige également du Gouvernement sud-soudanais et de toutes les parties concernées qu'ils coopèrent sans réserve au déploiement et aux opérations de la MINUSS, ainsi qu'à ses missions de surveillance, de vérification et de constatation, en garantissant la sécurité et l'entière liberté de circulation du personnel des Nations Unies.

Le représentant du Soudan du Sud, Francis George Nazario, a rappelé que son pays était pleinement attaché à une circulation sans entrave du personnel des Nations Unies et que des progrès considérables ont été accomplis dans le domaine de la consolidation des institutions publiques, même si « beaucoup reste encore à faire ».

M. Nazario a réaffirmé que la protection des civils était la priorité de son Gouvernement avant de se féliciter des initiatives prises par la MINUSS pour expliquer son mandat auprès de la population du Soudan du Sud.

Les défis du Soudan du Sud découlent pour une grande partie des relations difficiles avec le Soudan, a-t-il poursuivi, avant de qualifier de « réaliste » l'objectif de deux États vivant côte à côte dans la paix.

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SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS UN MISSION IN SOUTH SUDAN FOR ANOTHER YEAR


UNMISS peacekeepers deployed in Jonglei State. UN Photo/Tim McKulka


5 July 2012 –


The Security Council today extended for 12 months the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), while focusing its mandate on civilian protection and the improvement of security in the African country.

In a unanimously adopted resolution, the Council stressed the need for UNMISS to focus on its capacity-building efforts, and called on the Government of South Sudan to take greater responsibility for the protection of its civilians, and encouraged its cooperation with the Mission.

Almost one year ago, South Sudan gained its independence, becoming the newest country in the world. Around the same time, under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, the Council adopted resolution 1996, which determined that the situation faced by South Sudan continued to constitute a threat to international peace and security in the region, and established UNMISS for an initial period of one year to consolidate peace and help establish the necessary conditions for development.

Since its inception, South Sudan has experienced border violence with its northern neighbour, Sudan, which has led to the displacement of thousands of people.
In its resolution, the Council expressed deep concern at the humanitarian situation caused by “heightened insecurity along the Sudan/South Sudan border region and the conflict in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile States, as well as the inter-communal violence and widespread food insecurity,” and demanded that all parties immediately cease all hostilities and human rights abuses against the civilian population, in particular gender-based violence.

The 15-member body also called on the Government to take measures to improve women’s participation and engagement in public decision-making and in the revision of the country’s constitution to be able to “counter negative societal attitudes about women’s capacity to participate equally.”

In addition, the Council called upon UNMISS to coordinate with Government authorities its participation in regional mechanisms that seek to protect civilians and support disarmament, demobilization and reintegration, in light of attacks by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in South Sudan.

The LRA carried out the worst of its atrocities in northern Ugandan in the 1990s, but had, by 2004, largely been driven out of the area through a sustained military effort. However, remnants of the insurgent group continued to attack civilians in the four affected countries. Led by Joseph Kony, the group is notorious for carrying out massacres in villages, mutilating its victims and abducting boys for use as child soldiers, while girls are forced into sexual slavery.

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IRS WILL HAVE TERRIFYING NEW POWERS TO INVESTIGATE YOU UNDER OBAMACARE

IRS army - The IRS, there are 16,000 new agents

July 02, 2012





BEGIN TRANSCRIPT


RUSH: From Fox Business: "SCOTUS Ruling Means Bigger, More Intrusive IRS." This is a very long story. I am not going to by any means share it all with you, but I have enough salient excerpts here. "IRS officials on background tell FOX Business the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on health reform gives the IRS even more powers than previously understood." Yeah, guess we had to pass it to find out what was in it. Are you ready, folks? "The IRS now gets to know about a small business's entire payroll, the level of their insurance coverage -- and it gets to know the income of not just the primary breadwinner in your house, but your entire family’s income, in order to assess/collect the mandated tax."

Now, this won't start until 2014 or 2015. So from now 'til November we're gonna have stories like this, this is headed your way, but if people look at us as just a bunch of shouting, doubting Thomases, nobody's gonna believe us, 'cause it isn't going to happen until 2014 or 2015. I tell you, once this thing gets fully implemented, folks, the IRS is gonna have a free look at not just the breadwinner's tax return, but everybody in the house so that they can accurately assess and collect the mandated tax. They don't have the right to know all this now. Your tax return's what it is, and they audit you if they do, and you have to prove and confirm what's on the return, but they can't ask you to turn over your kid, your 25-year-old still living with you, for example.



In addition to being able now to learn all about every penny involved in a small business, the IRS will then, because of this law, be able to share all of that information "with all sorts of government agencies, insurance companies and employers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. 'We expect even more lien and levy powers,' an IRS official says. Even the Taxpayer Advocate is deeply concerned. The IRS army will inexorably increase in size, too. The IRS will now add new agents to hunt down tax cheats, as it has been budgeted to spend $303.5 million building a new system," 4,000, 5,000 new agents and so forth. (interuption)

Yeah, they have the authority. Well, I don't know if you don't pay the fine, they have the authority put a lien on your business. He just says even more lien and levy powers. They're not specified here in the whole story. Maybe put a lien on your business if you don't pay the fine. But I don't know that you're gonna even have a choice to pay it.

If you're an employee, it might just be deducted. If you're self-employed you of course will have to pay it. I don't know. For example, will the self-employed small business types be double charged, one for not buying insurance, and two for not providing insurance for your employee, you. If you're self-employed, if you don't buy insurance, you're in trouble, and you're also in trouble for not providing insurance for your employee, which is you. I don't know. I have to think that any question we have that has in any part of question, "Can the IRS do X," the answer is gonna be yes. That's the point of the story here.



"Nina E. Olson, who runs the Taxpayer Advocate Office [TAO], a federal IRS overseer, has warned the new health law may require more IRS intrusions on taxpayer privacy, to determine whether individuals got appropriate health coverage, and whether small businesses provide 'affordable' coverage, all of which is defined by the government." I don't know why you're so surprised in there is. What do you think this bill is? The IRS, there are 16,000 new agents.

What are they for? You don't have to buy insurance, folks, you have to buy the right kind. The government will determine how much you need based on your situation. And then they'll determine what that costs. Oh, you're under the impression you get to keep your coverage if you like it? Oh, no, maybe 20% of the people will. If you like your coverage and doctor, no, no, no. That's "the secretary shall determine." Obama lied about that.

Let's say you like your plan. Don't you understand that the whole point of this is to get your company to give up the plan? How can you keep what your employer no longer provides? That's just one instance of how you will not be able to keep your plan if you like it.

The Taxpayer Advocate Office, which I guess is a government institution that oversees the IRS, "has noted Americans must now tell the IRS under the new law: Insurance plan information, including who is covered under the plan and the dates of coverage; The costs of your family’s health insurance plans; Whether a taxpayer had an offer of employer-sponsored health insurance; The cost of employer-sponsored insurance; Whether a taxpayer received a premium tax credit; and whether a taxpayer has an exemption from the individual responsibility requirement. The TAO has warned: 'This is different from the type of information the IRS typically deals with, and some taxpayers may feel uncomfortable about sharing it with the IRS.' ... But the TAO has warned that the IRS may not have the necessary skill sets, budget, or staffing to adequately enforce the new health reform law. Olson notes that the federal tax code is already so complex that even the IRS makes numerous mistakes in administering it."

What that all adds up to is that they're gonna have the leeway of being wrong in assessing, and you're gonna have no recourse. The final authority. Look, Snerdley, nobody knows better than I if you're under 30, and you're listening to me, even if you're under 40 and you're listening to me say all this, I know exactly what you're doing. You're pooh-poohing it, and you're thinking that I'm just some hell-bent right-wing partisan trying to scare you. I assure you, I have no desire for you to doubt me. I have no desire to be wrong. There nothing in it for me to mislead anybody about anything, particularly this. If you're under 30 or under 40, you might not even be cognizant of the concept of a big and growing government as a problem. You might think it's cool. You might think it's gonna level the playing field for everybody, it's fair, everyone is gonna get insurance and treatment.



The whole concept of the impact of all this on your freedom you might think is a joke. You might think people who worry about losing their freedom or their liberty are just a bunch of outlier fringe cooks. You might think that. I mean that's what you've been taught. It's how you've been educated. You've been raised and educated to believe that the only word that adequately describes government is benevolent. So, as far as you're concerned, I may be from the Florida militia, some little kook here trying to scare you. "None of that stuff can ever happen, Rush, this is America. You're just so eager to get rid of Obama. You just don't like Democrats."

I'm just telling you what the IRS has told Fox News, pure and simple. That's what the IRS is saying. I don't have the ability to make this up because I don't think of controlling people this way. I couldn't write this script. I don't think this way. I don't even for a second of any day ponder how I can exert power over people. I have no desire to, I don't know how. It's not something I want to do. And nor is it something I want to have happen to me, either. But it is.

"If the IRS finds that you've fallen short of the law --" remember, we just heard that they're understaffed and a lot of people there don't even know what they're doing, and don't understand the tax code. There's probably not a single person alive who does, from cover to cover understand it. "If the IRS finds you have fallen short of the law, it would hit you with a penalty tied to your household income (which may be that of an individual or several family members)." In order to determine what your household income is, they're gonna have to know about every dime of income in your family to properly assess what you owe. This is just on the health care. In the process of finding all this stuff out, what if they think that you've lied to 'em in previous years? 'Cause you know what? We're gonna have to audit you here based on what we've just learned. We've gone back and we've looked at your tax returns and you're not reflecting any of this.

I don't know if you've ever been audited, folks, but you're always guilty on day one, and you have to prove that they're wrong. The assumption is you're lying to them. The assumption is your returned is filled with untruths and you have to go about proving to them, in my case, 14 different ways I have to show them where I was or wasn't every day of the year. New York state. Fourteen different ways, credit cards, computer IP addresses. It's cockeyed, crazy.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: It's not it's a rhetorical question. I still want to ask, why are there 16,000 new IRS agents if Obamacare's not a tax? I know, I'm just being difficult.

By the way, there is noncourt news. The Wall Street Journal is reporting manufacturing has slowed in America for the first time in three years, and in fact is at as low a point as it's ever been during the recession. It's in bad shape.

Manufacturing and prices are plummeting. Now, on the consumer side prices plummeting to an extent is good, but it's not good, it's deflationary if people can't sell what they're manufacturing for a profit. They're not gonna make it. It makes no sense to make something if you can't sell it for a profit. If you can sell it for what it costs you there's no reason to stay in business. Now, the left thinks that would be ideal. "That's right, Mr. Limbaugh, I think Apple should make an iPhone and sell it to us for exactly what it cost them to make it. That would be fair."

"Why would they do that, Mr. New Castrati?"

"To be fair, so that everybody would be able to enjoy the benefits of the iPhone, Mr. Limbaugh. Why should they have to make any profit doing it? It's gouging people. It's screwing people."

"Well, it's how they... I don't even want to waste my time with you, Mr. New Castrati." Anyway, prices plummeting is okay to a point, but if they get to the manufacturing cost, then they're gonna stop being made altogether and we got nothing. Anyway, it's just more bad economic news. The private sector we're being told is doing great, everything's fine there. It isn't.


END TRANSCRIPT


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FASTER THAN A SPEEDING BULLET: PENTAGON WANTS TO FLY ANYWHERE IN UNDER AN HOUR


The Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 // DARPA


By Dawn Lim July 9, 2012


After last year’s failed attempt to fly what would have been the fastest aircraft ever built -- the experimental Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 -- the Pentagon wants to develop a flight vehicle that would “enable DoD to get anywhere in the world in under an hour,” the Defense Advanced Research Program Agency announced. DARPA is looking to spend $70 million on the program.

The Defense Department wants to “develop, mature, and test next-generation technologies needed for global-range, maneuverable, hypersonic flight at Mach 20” -- 13,000 miles per hour, or 20 times the speed of sound -- with the goal of test-flying an experimental vehicle by 2016, according to a draft solicitation.

The technology would give the U.S. an edge in stealth technology, where other nations are rapidly catching up.

DARPA, the Pentagon’s venture capital wing, is seeking engineers and scientists to develop the aircraft. The agency will host an industry briefing on August 14 in Arlington, Va., to discuss research areas it intends to fund. It plans to spend $40 million in base awards and an additional $30 million for optional renewals as part of the Integrated Hypersonics funding program.

DARPA is specifically interested in funding thermal protection technology. Aircraft get hot when flown at such high speeds and have to endure temperatures over 3,500 degrees Fahrenheit. The skin of the experimental Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle began peeling off during its 2011 flight in the searing heat, an investigation into the failed demonstration revealed.

The agency also is seeking proposals on how to design the vehicle’s aerodynamics along with its guidance, navigation and control system, propulsion elements, and data collection technology.

DARPA will issue another solicitation for a contractor to integrate the technologies developed into the vehicle for a test flight by 2016, contract documents say.

In the meantime, DARPA intends to tap aerospace contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. to draw on designs from the Hypersonic Technology Vehicle to assemble and test in-progress ideas through 2014, according to a notice of intent to award the contract without competition.

http://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2012/07/faster-speeding-bullet-pentagon-wants-fly-anywhere-under-hour/56670/?oref=nextgov_today_nl


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NORAD EXERCISE PLANNED FOR WASHINGTON, D.C.


NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs
July 9, 2012



TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – The North American Aerospace Defense Command and its geographical component, the Continental United States NORAD Region (CONR), will conduct exercise Falcon Virgo 12-10 beginning Tuesday night, July10, at midnight into early Wednesday morning, July 11, in the National Capital Region, Washington, D.C.

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

Flights in the National Capital Region are scheduled to take place between midnight and 2 a.m.

Exercise Falcon Virgo is designed to hone NORAD’s intercept and identification operations as well as operationally test the NCR Visual Warning System and certify newly assigned Command and Control personnel at JADOC. Civil Air Patrol aircraft, Air Force F-16s, and a U.S. Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopter will participate in the exercise.

These exercises are carefully planned and closely controlled to ensure CONR’s rapid response capability. NORAD has conducted exercise flights of this nature throughout the U.S. and Canada since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command’s response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

In the event of inclement weather, the exercise will take place the following evening. If bad weather continues, officials will then make a decision to postpone or cancel the exercise.

As the Continental United States geographical component of the bi-national command NORAD, CONR provides airspace surveillance and control, and directs air sovereignty activities for the CONUS region. CONR and its assigned Air Force and Army assets throughout the country ensure air safety and security against potential air threats.

Since Sept. 11, 2001, CONR fighters have responded to more than 3,400 possible air threats in the United States and have flown more than 59,000 sorties with the support of Airborne Warning and Control System and air-to-air-refueling aircraft.




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NATO, RUSSIAN NAVAL-AIR BUILDUP IN E. MEDITERRANEAN, FRENCH UNITS TO GULF

07/11/2012




NATO, which proclaims non-involvement in the Syrian conflict, and Russia, which vows to block foreign military action against the Assad regime, are both moving large naval forces into the eastern Mediterranean opposite Syrian shores.

A flotilla of at least 11 Russian warships has been detached from Caspian Sea, Black Sea and North Sea fleet bases and is on its way to the Syrian coast for a maneuver; NATO has consigned its rapid response Maritime Group 2 to the same stretch of sea - where also five Israeli warships are deployed. The Western alliance has also increased surveillance flights over the Mediterranean from the Geilenkirchen air base in Germany.

This rush of military movements is explained officially by the big air-and-sea exercise launched by Syria Sunday, July 8, to simulate outside aggression. It follows Iran’s practice of continuous military drills for repelling mock Western or Israel attacks.


The exercise began with a barrage of dozens of surface-to-sea missiles simulating naval and shore defense against approaching enemy craft and landing forces.

At about the same time, Iran embarked on a big air-cum-missile defense exercise in the south to fight off potential aggression from the direction of the Gulf of Oman and the Gulf of Aden, where US air force units are clustered.

DEBKAfile’s military sources report that this is the first simultaneous, coordinated Syrian-Iranian military maneuver for drilling action against an advancing enemy. It is synchronized from a joint headquarters established for the purpose in Damascus.

While these coordinated maneuvers are being presented as designed to fend off foreign intervention in the Syrian conflict, our sources report that they are in fact preparing for a potential US attack on Iran’s nuclear program, which is now expected in Gulf and European military quarters to take place in October, three months hence.

High-ranking Saudi princes associated with their national military and intelligence agencies frankly confided to Arab and Western officials on recent visits to Riyadh that the US and, possibly Israel too, are on the verge of war on Iran. “It is already decided,” they say. The only question still open is the date, which could be before or after the US presidential election on November 6.

In line with this prediction, France is reported in Paris to be massing a large naval force in the United Arab Emirates. The French nuclear aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle-R91 is expected to dock soon at the French naval base in Port Zayid on Abu Dhabi’s northeastern coast opposite the strategic Strait of Hormuz. The French are also boosting their air units at Al Dhafra Air Base, stationing them alongside a large American air force presence. http://propheticseer.com/5/post/2012/07/nato-russian-naval-air-buildup-in-e… 


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BREAKING NEWS!!! TWO MORE US CARRIERS, DOZENS OF MINI-SUBS RUSHED TO HORMUZ

07/12/2012




As Russia and NATO continued to boost their military strength in the eastern Mediterranean, DEBKAfile's military sources report substantial US reinforcements, led by the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier, are being rushed to the Persian Gulf opposite Iran, with dozens of unmanned underwater craft for destroying mines.

The USS John C. Stennis arrives in August, raising the number of American aircraft carriers in waters off Iran to four including the USS Enterprise and the USS Abraham Lincoln, with the French Charles de Gaulle due soon to make up a fifth.
The Eisenhower, which reached its new position in the first week of July, operates under the joint commands of the US Sixth (Mediterranean) and Fifth (Gulf) Fleets.

Thursday, July 12, American military officials announced that the US is also dispatching to the Persian Gulf dozens of tiny, unmanned SeaFox submersibles that can detect and destroy mines if strewn by Iran to block the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the chokepoint for transporting one-fifth of the world’s oil.

About 4 feet long, they each carry an underwater television camera, homing sonar and an explosive charge.

There are now additionally eight American minesweepers in the Persian Gulf as well as theUSS Ponce, a platform for the special forces, helicopters and warships there to fight off Iranian marine units attempting to plant mines in the vital waterway.
DEBKAfile's military sources say that Washington decided to expand its military deployment in the area after concluding, in consultation with French and British naval experts, that Iran is short of the military strength and sophisticated measure for completely sealing off the Strait of Hormuz to all sea traffic, especially oil tankers.

All the Iranians can do is plant enough underwater mines to impede traffic and slow it down.



The new, bolstered US deployment in the Persian Gulf, the Red Sea and the Mediterranean is on the ready for immediate action against any Iranian military threat. "If Iran starts spreading underwater mines in international waterways, i.e., the Strait of Hormuz, it will find American forces ready to dismantle them on the spot," said a Western military source.

In any case, said the source, a slowdown of oil traffic through Hormuz won’t have an immediate impact on the world oil market or prices. "The world has enough reserve oil in storage to supply its needs for six full months,” said the source.


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