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Tension In Asia As China Flexes Muscles

The Chinese Navy launched a new destroyer on Wednesday at Jiangnan Shipyard in Shanghai. The People’s Liberation Army Navy claimed that the 10,000-tonne domestically designed and produced vessel is the first of the Asian giant’s new generation of destroyers. 435 more words

Defence

Beyond the Split Rail Fence

Charlie was the color of the dust in the road, curled in self defense. Three men surrounded him. The tall one shoved his boot into the pit of Charlie’s stomach. 482 more words

Fiction

Captain Canada: The sequel

The Toronto Blue Jays signed outfielder Michael Saunders to a minor league deal after he was designated for assignment by the Philadelphia Phillies. At first, this deal seems really useless, but this could turn out great for the Blue Jays. 182 more words

Toronto Blue Jays

ZAP!

The US army has successfully hit an unmanned target using a high-powered laser mounted on a Apache AH-64 helicopter.

The demonstration was the first time a fully integrated laser system has successfully fired on a target from a rotary-wing aircraft, according to defence company Raytheon who manufactured the device. 135 more words

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Raytheon restarts its Standard Missile-2 production line

Due to global demand, Raytheon Company has restarted its Standard Missile-2 production line to meet the needs of four international customers who aligned requirements and pooled resources to make a ‘bundle’ purchase through foreign military sales. 160 more words

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Saying Goodbye

There are a lot of things that go hand in hand with army life. Long working hours. Having loads of khaki items lying about the house. 338 more words

Army Wife Life

The Next Ten Years

As Narendra Modi embarks on his trip to Israel, many await the outcome of this historic trip. Modi will be the first Indian prime minister to ever visit Israel and symbolically, the Indian prime minister will not stop to visit the Palestinian Authority while in Jerusalem. 1,552 more words

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