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United States nuclear bomber swoops on Pacific amid fears of war with North Korea – DAILY NEWS



US nuclear bomber swoops on Pacific amid fears of war with North Korea
A US nuclear bomber has flown a mission over the Pacific amid growing fears of war with North Korea.

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North Korea says Big Nuclear States should start Disarmament. United Nations, 6 Oct.



States with the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons should withdraw nuclear weapons from territories outside their own countries and take the lead in the disarmament of nuclear weapons, but instead they are modernizing their arsenals. Ordinary speech by the permanent representative of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, North Korea) at the United Nations First Committee, 6th meeting – General Assembly, 72nd session, 6 Oct 2017.

BREAKING The United States established the first unmanned drones – News


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The United States established the first unmanned drones
The establishment of the unmanned submarine expedition illustrates the US Navy’s strategy to promote the use of automatic weapons.
US Navy Sept. 26 held the founding of the first unmanned drones at Kitsap Naval Base, Washington, Sputnik on Oct. 1.

CAN INDIA AND THE UNITED STATES WORK OUT THE KINKS FOR A FIGHTER PRODUCTION DEAL ?



CAN INDIA AND THE UNITED STATES WORK OUT THE KINKS FOR A FIGHTER PRODUCTION DEAL ?
by Robert Farley

The U.S. and Indian governments continue to work on at least a couple of proposals to shift production of fighter aircraft from the United States to India. The core problem, as outlined by Aditya Kalra and Sanjeev Miglani, is that U.S. firms worry about the security of their technology. Lockheed Martin and Boeing, in particular, have expressed concern that by taking a minority stake in joint ventures with Indian companies, they will lose control of sensitive military technologies.

Acquisition of technology (especially sensitive defence technology) is a key part of the deal for the Indian government, which has continued to struggle with developing a world-class defence industry. Protection of technology, conversely, is a key demand of U.S. firms considering partnerships in India. As Indian rules limit foreign partners to a 49 percent stake in any joint ventures, the U.S. firms have real concerns.

With respect to the F-16, the technologies in question have matured to the extent that it is unclear how exposed Lockheed Martin is to the risk of technology appropriation. However, the terms of the F-16 deal will set a precedent for future collaboration between U.S. and Indian defense and technology companies. Boeing faces a similar situation with the F/A-18, although some of the technologies associated with the Hornet are more cutting edge.

American firms have also expressed concern over the ability of private Indian firms to manage production of sophisticated aviation technology. Apart from HAL, few Indian companies have extensive experience with producing components for military aircraft. Given that Lockheed Martin, at least, expects to produce F-16s for export in India, the ability to manage the manufacturing tree is a serious concern.

‘Prepare for FINAL DOOM’ North Korea vows to launch nuclear attack United States – HOT NEWS



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‘Prepare for FINAL DOOM’ North Korea vows to launch nuclear attack United States

United States Marine Corps Recruit Training – Receiving Phase (MCRD, Parris Island)



United States Marine Corps Recruit Training – Receiving Phase (MCRD, Parris Island)

U.S. Marine Corps recruits with Delta Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, arrive at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Dec. 6, 2016. The recruits received their initial gear and uniform issue after stepping onto the yellow footprints.

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United States Marine Corps: Power Projection On Global Scale



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United States Navy press conference on deployment of USNS Comfort



Navy Capts. Kevin Robinson, commander of Military Sealift Command Atlantic and Task Force 83, and Kevin Buckley, commanding officer of the military treatment facility aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort, brief reporters in Norfolk, Va., before the Comfort departs for Puerto Rico to join humanitarian aid efforts, Sept. 29, 2017. Video courtesy US Navy.