The United States government has engaged in sustained military engagement with “non-state actors” or trans-national armed groups over the past fifteen years. The fight against these unnamed armies less able to be tied to nations hasn’t been easily able to be mapped, or clearly conceived in clear geospatial terms–or limited to a single theater of operations. 1,807 more words
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ARROGANCE LIKE THIS IS RARELY SEEN OUTSIDE THE INSANE ASYLUM OF WASHINGTON D.C
The NRO – NATIONAL RECONNAISSANCE OFFICE is seriously screwed up! Here – in the above photo, they are launching one of their “newest” technological marvels into space which has such advanced spying capabilities – that most people could not even fathom them! 321 more words
A bright and hot early morning saw Sam and I watching the launch of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying a classified payload – spy satellite in street lingo – for the National Reconnaissance Office from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 99 more words
CAPE CANAVERAL (CBSMiami/AP) — The Air Force launched a top-secret satellite into space Thursday, May 22nd.
The unmanned Atlas V rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, soaring through a clear morning sky. 152 more words