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JFK—Gone 52 Years But Not Forgotten

The last real President (read: not beholden to the corrupting influence of the Pentagon, wealthy defense contractors and corporate overlords) we had was brutally murdered 52 years ago today, and those responsible for the crime never will be brought to justice.  599 more words

JFK Assassination

Lockheed airship gets green light...

Lockheed is building  the airship  of the future.  It’s more Star Wars than Hindenburg,  if the artist’s rendering is anything to go by.   It’s main selling point will be that it can move heavy cargo efficiently,  and it could also be scaled up in size for massive load capacity.   7 more words

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

Large Multi-engine Bomber

It was developed in the 1930s for the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) in a request for the army’s demand for a large multi-engine bomber. 521 more words


Chemtrails, ET’s & Alien Technology – The Covert Conquest of a Dying Planet

By V. Susan Ferguson  |  Waking Times

Have we lost our planet Earth to a faction of greedy un-evolved tyrannical extraterrestrials? The connection between early reports of alien craft propulsion systems using tube-like toruses, … 3,974 more words


Lockheed P-3A Orion

@ Museo del Aire, Madrid, Spain

May 2014

This P-3A is on display at this Spanish Air Force Museum located outside of Madrid.  The Spanish Air Force began operating ex-US Navy P-3A DELTIC Orions in 1973 which were eventually replaced with P-3B models purchased from the Royal Norwegian Air Force.  30 more words

Lockheed P-3C Orion

@ Marine Corp Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, HI

October 2015

There was no shortage of Orions for the folks attending the Kaneohe Bay airshow.  Sights like this will become rare as current P-3 units will begin transitioning to the new Boeing P-8 Poseidon in 2016 at their new West Coast base in Whidbey Island.  33 more words

Industry News Wrap-Up: November 7th-13th

Here’s a quick look at some of this week’s top events in for a few of bisco’s top industries.

Boeing & Lockheed Protest Northrop’s LRSB Contract… 233 more words