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Fri
19
May

Reconnaissance Aircraft Makes Historic Appearance at Northern Edge

By Air Force Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Schultze, 9th Reconnaissance Wing — (DoD News) — Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska — May 19, 2017.

This year, the distinctly black U-2S Dragon Lady reconnaissance aircraft from Beale AFB, Cal., flew for the first time.

Mon
27
Feb

Air Force to Retire MQ-1 Predator Drone, Transition to MQ-9 Reaper

By Air Force Senior Airman Christian Clausen, 432nd Air Expeditionary Wing — (DoD News) — Creech Air Force Base, Nevada — February 27, 2017.

For the past 21 years, the Air Force has flown the MQ-1 Predator unmanned vehicle in combat, and for the last 10, the MQ-9 Reaper. 

Thu
17
Nov

Cooperation Between Intel, Defense Never Better, Work Tells Lawmakers

By Terri Moon Cronk — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — November 17, 2016.

The intelligence community’s support to the Defense Department has never been better, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work told the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence here today. 

Sat
22
Oct

Advanced Space Surveillance Telescope Has Critical Military Applications

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By Cheryl Pellerin — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — October 22, 2016.

The most sophisticated space surveillance telescope ever developed is ready to begin tracking thousands of space objects as small as a softball. It’s a boon to space surveillance and science and a new military capability.

Mon
17
Oct

Dunford Hosts Chiefs of Defense to Discuss Counter-Extremism Strategy

By Jim Garamone — (DOD News) — Joint Base Andrews, Maryland — October. 17, 2016.

The chiefs of defense from 43 nations and the commanders of the U.S. combatant commands joined Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford for a discussion on the global strategy to defeat violent extremism.

Tue
27
Sep

Cardillo Discusses Importance of Geospatial Intel at Senate Hearing

By Jim Garamone — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — September 27, 2016.

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo drew back the curtain a bit on his organization’s activities during a rare open session of the Senate Intelligence Committee 

Fri
16
Sep

DoD’s Technological Superiority Depends on Out-Innovating Adversaries

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By Cheryl Pellerin — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — September 16, 2016.

Future Defense Department technological superiority hinges on the department’s ability to out-innovate its adversaries, rethink how it sources technology and perhaps rethink its models for product delivery.

Thu
15
Sep

9/11 Drove Change in Intelligence Community, NSA Chief Says

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By Jim Garamone — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — September 15, 2016.

The 9/11 attacks drove “fundamental change” in the way the U.S. government uses and shares intelligence, the director of the National Security Agency said during a panel discussion yesterday.

Tue
13
Sep

Transparency Has Place in Intelligence World, DoD Official Says

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By Jim Garamone — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. —September 13, 2016.

Transparency and intelligence seem like mutually exclusive terms, but they are not. Citizens’ expectation of transparency in intelligence has grown since 9/11. The key is finding the right balance for transparency.

Fri
29
Jun

La Syrie dans la tourmente des « printemps arabes »

Par Alain Chouet ─ Nice, le 29 juin 2012.

Depuis la révolte de Sidi Bouzid, le 17 décembre 2010, la contagion s'est étendue de la Tunisie à l'Égypte, la Libye, Bahrein, au Yémen et enfin en Syrie. Contrairement à ce qui a pu être dit, ces contestations populaires n'ont pas été le fait des "réseaux sociaux"...

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