The US Navy's Blue Angels acrobatic team has taken delivery of its first F/A-18 Super Hornet test aircraft. The fighter is the first of 11 Boeing plans to deliver to the Navy team this year and will be used for flight testing and evaluation.
• https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Phillip F. Nelson
The 53rd anniversary of the United States' closest-ever nuclear confrontation event will soon come and go with nary a mention of its significance – certainly not in the "Main Stream Media" (MSM) where it should appear, but probably very littl
At a moment a US Navy destroyer just rolled up on China's doorstep in the South China Sea near the contested Paracel Islands, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy has taken the country's first domestically-made aircraft to sea trials.
• https://www.sfgate.com, John Hudson and Paul Sonne
The Trump administration has discussed whether to conduct the first U.S. nuclear test explosion since 1992 in a move that would have far-reaching consequences for relations with other nuclear powers and reverse a decades-long moratorium on such acti
Physicist Dr. Katherine Horton believes that not only is 5G toxic to your health, but it's also a high-tech weapon of mass destruction that could be used to kill unwanted dissidents without leaving a trace.
The idea that SARS-CoV-2 originated in a bioweapons laboratory is gaining traction. May 3, 2020, The New York Times reported1 that during an ABC "This Week" interview Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had stated "the coronavirus originated in a la
Mark Steele, an engineer. inventor, patent writer, chief technology officer and weapons systems expert, has been highlighting the dangers of a secret 5G rollout by Gateshead Council where residents are complaining of increased illness and Cancer in t
It appears Trump's newly establish Space Command has something to keep it busy with as Russia on Wednesday flexed its muscle in space in a new test of what's being described as a ground-based, direct-ascent anti-satellite weapon (or ASAT weapon).
• https://www.strategic-culture.org, Matthew Ehret
A little over 20 years ago, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) conducted a military exercise that involved a "hypothetical scenario" of hijacked planes flying into both the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.
The leaders of two controversial pandemic simulations that took place just months before the Coronavirus crisis – Event 201 and Crimson Contagion – share a common history, the 2001 biowarfare simulation Dark Winter.