Posted onJune 24, 2017bycarl|Comments Off on Critics Advise Caution as Pentagon Looks to Overhaul Nuclear Triad.
For over a year and a half it has been known that the Pentagon is preparing for an extensive, and expensive modernization of the country's half-century-old land, air and sea-based nuclear weapons capability. Supporters contend that a fully-equipped nuclear triad is essential for national defense and deterrence. However there are some critics that say it's time to reexamine the extent of our arsenal in a post-Cold War World, or is the Cold War still in existence
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Posted onJanuary 4, 2017bycarl|Comments Off on Russian Site Visitors on WOW/WOK Gains Local Attention
Last week, Carrie Rengers, Reporter with The Wichita Eagle Newspaper, interviewed Carl Chance, Editor/Publisher of Wings over Kansas and Wings over the World. To read the full article, click here.
The newspapers interest in contacting Chance came from the fact that in the latter part of 2016, the Google Analytic site stats for Wings Over The World (WOW) had gained a large Russian influence in audience percentages. Actually the Russians were #1 in the Statistical listings registering at 44.06% Read more [...]
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Posted onApril 8, 2015bycarl|Comments Off on Space warning squadron keeps watch at ‘top of the world’
Space warning squadron keeps watch at 'top of the world'
By Senior Airman Tiffany DeNault, 21st Space Wing Public Affairs / Published April 07, 2015
THULE AIR BASE, Greenland (AFNS) -- Located at the “top of the world,” the 12th Space Warning Squadron's location offers a unique and strategic vantage point in the execution of its missile warning and defense, and space surveillance missions in support of U. S. Strategic Command.
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Thunderbirds release 2015 show schedule
U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron Public Affairs / Published December 11, 2014
NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. (AFNS) -- The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds have finalized their 2015 show schedule. In its 62nd season, the team is slated to perform 71 demonstrations at 39 locations.
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Posted onJune 19, 2014bycarl|Comments Off on NASA Announces Latest Progress, Upcoming Milestones in Hunt for Asteroids
June 19, 2014
NASA Announces Latest Progress, Upcoming Milestones in Hunt for Asteroids
This image of asteroid 2011 MD was taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope in Feb. 2014, over a period of 20 hours. The long observation, taken in infrared light, was needed to pick up the faint signature of the small asteroid (center of frame).
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Posted onJune 16, 2014bycarl|Comments Off on Cybercom Chief: Cyberspace Operations Key to Future Warefare
Cybercom Chief: Cyberspace Operations Key to Future Warfare
By Cheryl Pellerin
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, June 16, 2014 – In the cyber domain of 2025, the ability of military formations to operate offensively and defensively will be a core mission set, and commanders will maneuver the capability much as they maneuver ground forces today, the commander of U.S. Cyber Command said recently.
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Air Force tests new surveillance capability
By Justin Oakes, 66th Air Base Group Public Affairs / Published April 28, 2014
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HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. (AFNS) -- The Air Force successfully completed the first Maritime Modes program risk reduction flight April 14, 2014, as the service moves toward providing a new air-sea battle surveillance capability.
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Posted onMarch 27, 2014bycarl|Comments Off on Soyuz Docking Delayed Till Thursday as Station Crew Adjusts Schedule
Soyuz Docking Delayed Till Thursday as Station Crew Adjusts Schedule
March 26, 2014
Space Station Mission Operations Integration Manager Kenny Todd talks about the postponement of the Soyuz docking with the International Space Station.
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