Category emp threat

Modernizing The Marshal Shaposhnikov: Russian Frigates And Stealth Technology

Modernizing the Marshal Shaposhnikov: Russian Frigates and Stealth Technology Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 17 Issue: 35 By: Roger McDermott March 18, 2020 07:19 PM Age: 17 mins Russian frigate Marshal Shaposhnikov (Source: TASS) As the modernization of Russia’s military inventory continues, with its primary focus remaining on upgrading the nuclear triad, Moscow has adopted a fairly […]

US Intrusions In South China Sea Can Be Stopped By Electromagnetic Weapons

A US intrusions in S.China Sea can be stopped by electromagnetic weapons: experts By Liu Xuanzun Source:Global Times Published: 2020/3/17 18:18:38 20 US intrusions in S.China Sea can be stopped by electromagnetic weapons: … Chinese military experts on Tuesday suggested the use of non-lethal electromagnetic weapons, including low-energ… Photo: Chinese military experts on Tuesday […]

China Threatens EMP Attack In South China Sea

Comment From Dr. Mark Schneider:  “The Global Times is the main Chinese English language IO outlet. It would not publish something like this without high level sanction. EMP is not really my area and I have not researched Chinese EMP for over a decade. When I did, I found a lot of Chinese literature on […]

Three Huge Defense Threats For Which Washington Is Woefully Under-Prepared

Three Huge Defense Threats For Which Washington Is Woefully Under-Prepared Forbes · by Loren Thompson · January 31, 2020 The United States outspends every other nation on defense, and as a result has the best trained, best equipped military in the world. The joint force regularly undertakes missions that no other country’s military would be capable of executing. […]

Injecting Electromagnetic Pulses Into The Electric Grid And Infrastructure: The Poor Man’s EMP Nuke

Injecting Electromagnetic Pulses into the Electric Grid and Infrastructure: The Poor Man’s EMP Nuke By Paul F. Renda January 20, 2020 The United States has experienced disruptions from electromagnetic pulses (EMP) due to high-altitude hydrogen bomb explosions and also space weather. The first time that this occurred with the hydrogen bomb was the starfish test detonation […]

Countering EMP Threat Now In Law

Countering EMP threat now in law · by Bill Gertz U.S. infrastructure is vulnerable to devastating electromagnetic pulse attacks. (Associated Press/File) more > The latest defense authorization bill signed into law by President Trump on Dec. 20 contains new measures requiring the federal government to protect the nation from the danger of nuclear-blast-produced electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks and […]

New Legislation Could Protect Electric Grids The Old Fashioned Way 6/id/924690/ Newsmax New Legislation Could Protect Electric Grids the Old Fashioned Way Tuesday, July 16, 2019 03:24 PM By: Dr. Peter Vincent Pry New York City’s July 13 blackout that put over 70,000 people in the dark, on the 40th anniversary of the 1977 city-wide blackout effecting 9 million (the latter resulting in riots […]

Military Satellites Are Still Worryingly Vulnerable To Cyberattack

Military satellites are still worryingly vulnerable to cyberattack   A new report says hackers could wreak havoc by interfering with space-based communications and navigation services that NATO armies rely on. The threats: The study, published by the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs, says that military satellites face the threat of hackers using malicious code to […]

Worst Case Scenario (EMP Threat)

Worst Case Scenario By Brian F. Sullivan When last I wrote about the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) issue, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) had yet to publish its proposed rule for Mitigating Beyond Design Basis Events (MBDBE). Since then, in a 3 to 2 vote, the NRC has gutted the rule, so as to leave our […]

The EMP Executive Order — Where Were Bush And Obama?

The EMP Executive Order — Where Were Bush and Obama? By William Graham, , R. James Woolsey & Peter Vincent Pry May 3, 2019 1:05 PM Department of Homeland Security workers at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va., January 13, 2015. (Larry Downing/Reuters) A threat that could literally mean the end of civilization is finally getting the attention […]