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KFC will fly their Chicken Sandwich on a Balloon Test Flight

The KFC fried-chicken sandwich is scheduled to fly on a World View Stratollite balloon system later this month. The payload will sit inside a specially made bucket-shaped container outfitted with a high-definition TV camera and a “chicken sandwich flying system” to keep the food fresh during what is expected to be a four-day flight, said Taber MacCallum, World View’s chief technology officer. 117 more words


Esteemaudit, Metasploit, and your "End of Life" Machines!

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Once again we dive into the hot topic of security flaws that were widely exposed by the leaking of NSA tools by the ShadowBrokers last April. 1,623 more words


Virginia Class Attack Submarine - SSN, more than capable to meet the modern threat

Military.com, 24 May 2017


General Dynamics Electric Boat Division and Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. – Newport News Shipbuilding.




Tomahawk missiles, twelve VLS tubes, MK48 ADCAP torpedoes, four torpedo tubes… 599 more words

Review Article

Commercial UAVs: Fad or the Future?

What is a UAV? UAVs or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, more commonly referred to as drones, have been in development since the early 20th century [1]. Originally intended for military uses such as carrying and detonating explosives remotely, a wave of civil and commercial UAVs have garnered significant attention in recent years.

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SpaceX to launch classified US government payload on Sunday

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

MIAMI (AFP) – SpaceX on Sunday (April 30) is scheduled to make its first military launch, with a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, which makes and operates spy satellites for the United States. 226 more words

Current Affairs

Bomb Semiotics: The Meaning of MOAB

I have trouble understanding the reality of the MOAB dropped in Afghanistan – why the MOAB is a bigger deal than a carpet bombing using the same volume of explosive material (the combined payload of a B-52 is three times greater than the MOAB), which is something we do with alarming frequency, in more highly-populated areas. 289 more words


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