Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Air Force Will Lose Hundreds of Planes in New Pentagon Plan....

Air Force Will Lose Hundreds of Planes in New Pentagon Plan....

A legacy of Hubris, corruption, criminality and ill-gotten power, lack of any morals in Zioconned USA....of the most infamous White House Murder INC,

The Air Force is preparing to trim hundreds of aircraft from its aging fleet in order to meet an Obama administration austerity order. The move will strike many Air Force supporters as ironic. Because just as the fleet is set to shrink, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is getting ready to argue, at least implicitly, that the country needs it more than ever.

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Close Up Photos of China’s Carrier -- Defense Tech

Iran’s Nuclear Fuel Rod Isn’t Military Threat, U.S. Analysts Say -- Bloomberg Businessweek

Mideast Weapon Sales Part of Long-Term Plan: U.S. -- Defense News

As budget cuts loom, questions arise about U.S. forces in Europe -- Stars and Stripes

S. Korea, US to boost guard against N. Korea attack -- Breitbart/AFP

The $30billion removal bill: U.S. military faces tough task of shipping vast cache of equipment home from Afghanistan -- Daily Mail

Spec-Ops troops study to be part-spy, part-gumshoe -- Stars and Stripes/AP

US military's non-lethal weapon plans revealed -- The Register

Navy Testing Drone That Tracks Suspicious Vessels --

Air Force Buys Light Attack Planes For Afghans -- Not U.S. -- Aol Defense

Reshuffles In The JSF Office
-- Ares/Aviation Week

F-35 program engineering reshuffle -- Eric Palmer blog

Boeing’s iron Eagles, part 2 -- DoD Buzz

Obama signs bill to accelerate TSA screenings for military personnel -- The Hill

Air Force: Firing For Effect?
-- Time

'The Devil of Rahmadi' named America's deadliest sniper -- The Telegraph

Risky Rescue for Crippled Air Force Satellite -- The Danger Room

Pentagon To Unveil New Strategy This Week -- Defense News

The $450 Billion Question: Remains Unanswered -- Mark Thompson, Time

The Forgotten Wages of War -- John Tirman, New York Times

Hackers reveal personal data of 860,000 Stratfor subscribers -- L.A. Times

The Stratfor Scandal -- J.R. Dunn, American Thinker [ Stratfor is CIA Disinformation wall to wall .....]

At least 1,741 US military deaths in Afghanistan since 2001
-- Washington Post