SECDEF Carter to Putin: We will Defend

Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter, let Russia know that the United States will meet its commitment to its allies in Europe. Showing great resolve in an address to the U.S. military’s European Command in Stuttgart, Germany. Hopefully, Putin, is paying attention. As Written By Lucas Tomlinson & first appeared on FOX News: Carter sends message to Moscow: US ready […]

Allen West “ALERT: Russia and Iran make dangerous move”

Sadly, this isn’t a Coke commercial where a bunch of folks hold hands and sing kumbaya. We have enemies who are not seeking a virtuous state of mind, benevolence or justice. ~ Allen West As Written By Allen B. West: Does anyone remember the shoot down of the Malaysian Airlines jet over Ukraine? Yep, how […]

Russia’s World Wide Military Build Up

Russia has stated plans for a military build up. The reasons for this are convoluted. Follow me on this. Russia decided to go adventurism in the Crimea, and when the United States, NATO, and others responded in kind, Russia now felt threatened. This latest announcement seems to portend a move like in the old Cold […]

SECDEF Budget Request Statements Are Reason For Concern [VIDEO]

Sequestration rhymes with castration. That is what seems to have happened to the Defense Department budget during the Obama administration. Red flags are up everywhere but National Defense is not getting the nod. The mind set in Washington seems to be that they are still cashing in on the Peace Dividend from the fall of the […]

Russian Military Might? Not. So. Much.

The Russian Bear has been a symbol of military might handed down from the cold war. Is it all that mighty? The author of this article paints a different picture. Pointed out are the extreme and sometimes bizarre measures Putin has used in order to pull off his foreign policy using his military. Read the full story below. […]

The United States Navy Needs A Long Range “BITE”

The United States Navy has an anti ship missile. But it has a short coming, literally. It has a range of 70 miles. What it needs is one with a range of 1000 miles. Where is this missile? It does not exist. Where is it coming from and when? What stop gap measure is available? Read more […]

Russian Fighter in ‘Unsafe’ Intercept of U.S. Plane

This seems like a flash back to the Cold War that President Reagan won for us. Military units use to push the envelope of behavior, trying to get the other side to flinch. The issue is not for just the safety of the personnel involved.  It was always the worry of the nation’s leaders that an incident […]

Obama’s War Advisors Turn On Him

Barack Obama remains a fortunate president, insofar as the press is still invested in his success. Or, at least, in muting outrage over his failures. Any other American president who, while prosecuting an unpopular war, saw a series of critical national security advisors resign would probably generate some rather unfavorable coverage. BY NOAH ROTHMAN, Commentary […]
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