Category Archives: Advanced Research & New Millennium Warfare

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7 Obscure, Remote and Super-Geeky Military Bases

  The military doesn’t always pick prime real estate for its bases. Often it prefers strange, far-flung and obscure parts of the world — particularly when it comes to its…

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Future Soldiers Will Have Flexible Electronics Everywhere

  More than 10 years ago, U.S. Army researchers saw potential in flexible displays. With nothing in the marketplace, the Army decided to change that by partnering with industry and…

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A Global Cyberwar Arms Race Is Underway

US in cyberwar arms race with China, Russia The United States is locked in a tight race with China and Russia to build destructive cyberweapons capable of seriously damaging other…

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Did God Rods Cause A US Space Weapon, Not Meteors, To Hit Russia And Cuba?

  The Western media cover-up, promoted by so-called “meteor experts” planted by the military complex, tells of a fantastic meteorite striking Russia’s Urals region, while trying to ignore a second…

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Indian armed forces building deadly drone arsenal

  With an eye on both the western and eastern fronts with Pakistan and China, the Indian armed forces are steadily building a formidable arsenal of spy, target acquisition and…

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Philadelphia Courts Begin Using Computer Forecasts to Predict Future Criminal Behavior

Judges in the Philadelphia court system are now taking advantage of powerful new computer models to help determine how much jail time an offender should get. Computers have been forecasting…

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Negotiations between India and Israel Underway to Proceed with Aerostats Program

  India and Israel are negotiating a follow-on delivery of four aerostat systems, augmenting the first delivery of aerostats that has already been deployed along India’s north-eastern border. Both India…

A drone flown from the base was used in September 2011 to kill Anwar al-Awlaki, a US-citizen who was alleged to be AQAP’s external operations chief.

Report reveals secret US drone base in Saudi Arabia

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been using a secret drone airbase in Saudi Arabia for the last two years, according to a BBC report. The base was established in order…

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Israel Using Deadly ‘Less-Lethal’ Crowd Control Weapons ‘Unlawfully’

The Israeli army is systematically using crowd control weapons and live ammunition unlawfully against Palestinians in the West Bank, signaling a widespread breach of military regulations and an alarming culture…

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‘US can spy on Cloud documents without a warrant’

  All personal information stored by British internet users on major “cloud” computing services including Google Drive can be spied upon routinely without their knowledge by US authorities under newly-approved…

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US Establishes Drone Base in Niger, Targets Regional Militia

  The United States of America is planning to establish a drone base in Niger, a country sandwiched between Nigeria and Mali, two nations that have been under attack from…

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Meet ARGUS: The World’s Highest Resolution Video Surveillance Platform

DARPA shows off 1.8-gigapixel surveillance drone, can spot a terrorist from 20,000 feet DARPA and the US Army have taken the wraps off ARGUS-IS, a 1.8-gigapixel video surveillance platform that…

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Iran monkey in space ‘masks missile plan’

Iran’s claim to have lofted a monkey into space atop a Kavoshgar rocket as a step toward a manned space program is making headlines but Western experts worry it’s really…

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US military plans drone base near Mali: Official

  The US military plans to set up a base for drones in northwest Africa to bolster surveillance of al-Qaida’s affiliate in the region as well as allied Islamist extremists, a US official told AFP…

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Pentagon Announces Cyber Force Expansion As Anonymous Hacks Government Websites

The Pentagon plans to expand its cybersecurity force from 900 personnel to 4,900 troops and civilians over the new several years, Ellen Nakashima of The Washington Post reports.   The expansion reflects…