Sink the Murtha I had missed the announcement that LPD 26 would be named after John Murtha. That’s ridiculous. Warrior Pride Ride A Contribuventure to support America’s wounded veterans. Army Cancels NLOS-LS Missile System; LCS Implications Could Be Big The LCS loses its lite alternative to vertical launch tubes. The Desert One Debacle A 2006 […]
Month: April 2010
Via Donovan: “I say this again, as someone who has walked that border, ridden it, flown it and driven it,” she said. “I believe it is as secure as it ever has been.” Yes, and that’s why so many Americans are pissed off.
Ex-student admits to aiding al-Qaida A former college student in New York admitted in court he conspired to help al-Qaida get what prosecutors described as military gear. The admission by former Brooklyn College student Syed Hashmi, 30, was part of a plea agreement reached the day before he was to go to trial Wednesday in […]
Just a bunch of footage:
Yon has some great nighttime photos with 5/2 Stryker artillery before he was shown the door.
Footage from this month’s NATO naval exercises in the North and Baltic Seas: From Marine Nationale.
Got this in an email: It was apparently captured by the Israelis. The sign on the door reads “In case of traffic violations, please contact The Palestinian Authority.” Not sure about the timing or even the authenticity, but it seems to be more or less in line with what we’ve seen in the past. Incidentally, […]
Boeing F-15K41 fighter notches first flight At first I thought this might be an F-15SE ‘Silent Eagle’ but it appears to be an upgraded F-15K. What are the upgrades on the K41 model?
155 coming your way: More below:
Aviation Week: Plans to begin technology development for a reusable booster system to replace its existing expendable launch vehicles beyond 2025 are being finalized by the U.S. Air Force. With the Air Force facing escalating costs on the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program, the new system offers the promise of cutting launch costs more […]