WASHINGTON—Robotic killing machines prowl the land, the skies, and the seas. They are fully automated, seeking out and engaging with adversarial robots across every domain of war. Their human handlers are relegated to the rearguard, overseeing the action at a distance while conflicts are fought and won by machines. Far from science fiction, this is… Continue reading IN-DEPTH: ‘It Is Skynet’: Pentagon Envisions Robot Armies in a Decade
There may be no aliens or extraterrestrial life to worry about, but there are at least 650 possible cases of unidentified flying objects (UFOs), according to the head of the Pentagon’s office that monitors and reports on unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP). “Of those over 650, we’ve prioritized about half of them to be of anomalous… Continue reading US Tracking More Than 650 Possible UFO Cases: Pentagon Official
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke out against the COVID lockdown policies during his fiery Wednesday speech announcing his run for president. The environmental activist and lawyer criticized the government’s handling of the pandemic, particularly its restrictions on personal freedoms, arguing that Democracy was “abolished” by totalitarian policies, while also touching on the widespread censorship involved.… Continue reading WATCH: RFK Jr. Sounds Off On COVID Lockdown Policies And Censorship
The U.S. military failed to properly train, advise, assist, and equip the Afghan military, according to the Pentagon’s watchdog. This assessment comes as watchdog representatives from the Defense Department, the State Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) testified before the House Oversight Committee on April… Continue reading US Military Failed in Training, Advising, Equipping Afghan Forces: Pentagon Watchdog
Some insider threats are more equal than others, so goes the position of the nation’s biggest leaker of classified documents in modern history, and it’s not Jack Teixeira. This story shows the importance of what was hidden by the combined efforts of the national security apparatus in 2018. Readers here are familiar, but most Americans… Continue reading The Legislative Branch’s Biggest Leaker of Classified Intelligence, Rails Against Small Fry Ability to Leak Classified Pentagon Intelligence
Russia is suspected of spying in the waters of the Baltic Sea and North Sea using civilian fishing trawlers, cargo ships and yachts, the public broadcasters of four Nordic countries said in a joint investigation published Wednesday.
Congress is one step closer to dealing President Biden a bipartisan rebuke with legislation to end his pause of tariffs on Chinese solar panels.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday defended a “non-binary” officer who recently appeared in a Navy Instagram video praising an “LGBTQ spoken word night” held on the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier. The video was criticized by GOP lawmakers, including Marco Rubio (R-FL), who slammed the U.S. Navy’s priorities as China “prepares for… Continue reading Top US Navy admiral defends ‘non-binary’ sailor who praised LGBTQ event on USS Gerald R. Ford
The Navy has sailed a drone speedboat through the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world’s most strategically important waterways, to test how well the service can integrate manned and unmanned surface vessels in operations.
This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. A federal grand jury in the U.S. state of Florida has indicted four U.S. citizens and three Russian nationals over allegations that they took part in a “malign campaign” to influence U.S. voters. The U.S. Justice Department announced the indictment… Continue reading Three Russians among seven people indicted by US Grand Jury over alleged election influence campaign