Month: July 2006

“Photos That Damn Hezbollah”

Australia’s Sunday Herald Sun (via Instapundit): The images, obtained exclusively by the Sunday Herald Sun, show Hezbollah using high-density residential areas as launch pads for rockets and heavy-calibre weapons. Dressed in civilian clothing so they can quickly disappear, the militants carrying automatic assault rifles and ride in on trucks mounted with cannon. The photographs, from […]

Israeli chem weapons?

It’s Still Not Chemical Warfare – Israeli Edition Jason Sigger posting on Defense Tech about the Carpet minefield breaching system: Not much imagination as to the name and its function: the armored vehicle that is the weapon platform can fire up to 20 rockets in a rapid sequence for minefield breaching. The force of the […]

More on small bird farms

Calling for Compact Carriers Strategy Page has more on the subject of the latest look at small or medium-sized aircraft carriers for the US Navy with a focus on UAVs: Work on flight control software for carrier operations is well underway. Combat UAVs (UCAVs) weight about 20 percent less than manned aircraft, and cost 20-30 […]


Landis had positive test after Stage 17 I find this difficult to believe, but only because I cannot fathom someone doing something so blindingly stupid. If he’s truly guilty he I hope the price he pays is steep. Every American will be shamed by this if it turns out to be right.

Second verse, same as the first…

Zawahri tells Muslims to join Mideast conflict Al-Qaida No. 2 says ‘the world is a battlefield’ in taped message Uncle Z:A Happy Camper No More Blah blah blah: Al-Qaida’s No. 2 leader issued a worldwide call Thursday for Muslims to rise up in a holy war against Israel and join the fighting in Lebanon and […]

Wreck of the Graf Zeppelin

Divers find Hitler’s aircraft carrier A reader tips Murdoc off to this exciting discovery: Polish divers have discovered the rusting wreckage of Nazi Germany’s only aircraft carrier, the Graf Zeppelin, solving one of the most enduring maritime riddles of the Second World War. For more than half a century the location of the huge vessel […]