Category space

Special Forces Soldiers Could Soon Be Deployed In SPACE To Strike Anywhere On Earth In Minutes

Special Forces Soldiers Could Soon Be Deployed In SPACE To Strike Anywhere On Earth In Minutes By The Sun, www.thesun.co.uk View Original July 14th, 2017 SPECIAL Forces soldiers could be stationed in space, the head of the US Airforce said yesterday. US General David Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the US Air Force, said space “special operators” […]

Mattis Opposes Plan To Create New Military Branch For Space

Mattis Opposes Plan To Create New Military Branch For Space By Rebecca Kheel, thehill.com View Original July 12th, 2017 Defense Secretary James Mattis opposes a provision in the House’s version of the annual defense policy bill that would create a new military branch dedicated to space, a development congressional opponents of the move are hoping will bolster […]

Would The West Be Able To Save Japan Or South Korea After An EMP Strike?

Would The West Be Able To Save Japan Or South Korea After An EMP Strike? The Hill · by Max Brooks, opinion contributor · July 9, 2017 What would war with North Korea look like? It’s a topic on everyone’s mind. We know we can win, but in doing so, how much damage could Kim Jong Un cause […]

North Korea Missile May Not Have Re-Entered Atmosphere

North Korea Missile May Not Have Re-Entered Atmosphere, Report Says By Susan Miller , Usa Today, www.usatoday.com View Original July 11th, 2017 North Korea claims it tested an intercontinental ballistic missile. If true, it would put the country closer to being able to fire a nuclear missile at the US mainland. The US says it was a […]

U.S. Spies Rush To Fix Spotty Satellite Coverage Over North Korea

This is where tactical intelligence satellites, or pop-up, reusable, stealth satellites should be strongly considered. RCP, fortunascorner.com Speeding To Fix Spotty Satellite Coverage Over North Korea By Rachael Kalinyak, www.c4isrnet.com View Original The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is looking to create new partnerships that will close gaps present in tracking North Korea’s expansion of their missile arsenal. The […]

The Secret To Kim’s Success? Some Experts See Russian Echoes In North Korea’s Missile Advances

The Secret To Kim’s Success? Some Experts See Russian Echoes In North Korea’s Missile Advances By Joby Warrick, www.washingtonpost.com View Original July 8th, 2017 Four months before its July 4 missile test, North Korea offered the world a rare technical preview of its latest missile engine, one said to be capable of lobbing nuclear warheads at U.S. cities. […]

Still On Standby: Continued Lack Of Significant Observable Activity At The Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site | 38 North: Informed Analysis Of North Korea

Still On Standby: Continued Lack Of Significant Observable Activity At The Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site | 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea 38north.org · by 38 North · July 7, 2017 A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Frank Pabian, Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr. and Jack Liu. At the same time, there does appear to have been […]

2017 Black Hat Security Pros Expect Major Breaches In 2018/2019; Attendees Predict That A Major Compromise Of U.S. Critical Infrastructure Will Occur In The Next Two Years;  And, Some Potential Cyber Threats They Did Not Address

2017 Black Hat Security Pros Expect Major Breaches In 2018/2019; Attendees Predict That A Major Compromise Of U.S. Critical Infrastructure Will Occur In The Next Two Years;  And, Some Potential Cyber Threats They Did Not Address http://www.fortunascorner.com      Tim Wilson, Editor-In-Chief of the cyber security website — DarkReading.com — had a July 6, 2017 article based […]

Preparing The Cyber Space Battlefield?  Suspected Russian Hackers Have Been Targeting U.S. Nuclear Facilities

Preparing The Cyber Space Battlefield?  Suspected Russian Hackers Have Been Targeting U.S. Nuclear Facilities www.fortunascorner.com      WIRED.com’s senior technology writer Andy Greenberg had an article on the technology publication’s website on July 6, 2017, discussing the worrisome development that a number of U.S. nuclear facilities have recently been victimized by suspected Russian hackers.  Mr, Greenberg […]

In North Korea, ‘Surgical Strike’ Could Spin Into ‘Worst Kind Of Fighting’

In North Korea, ‘Surgical Strike’ Could Spin Into ‘Worst Kind Of Fighting’ By Motoko Rich, www.nytimes.com View Original July 5th, 2017 South Korean soldiers in the border-straddling village of Panmunjom on the Demilitarized Zone in April. Nearly half of the South’s population lives within 50 miles of the border, well within the range of some of the […]