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Military And Intelligence News Briefs — January 24, 2014

Pentagon Expects To Release 2015 Budget On March 4 — DoD BuzzThe Defense Department is expected to release its budget request for fiscal 2015 on March 4, according to an administration official.That’s the date the Obama administration will issue its federal spending plan for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, according to Steve Posner, a spokesman for the White House’s Office of Management and Budget.Read more ….MILITARY AND INTELLIGENCE NEWS BRIEFSWhite House budget guidance calls for increased Pentagon spending — The HillPentagon will send two warships into Black Sea in case of Olympic terror — NBCRussian Carrier Group Conducting Exercises in Mediterranean — RIA NovostiHead of Major Russian Shipyard Accused of Fraud — RIA NovostiRussia Begins Nuclear-Powered Missile Cruiser Overhaul — RIA NovostiPoland to look into new allegations about secret CIA jail — ReutersSaudi eyeing Pakistan’s JF-17 fighter jet, modeled from U.S. F-16 — World TribuneFinland to splurge 90 million on US Stinger missiles — YLEN. Korea simulates attack on S. Korea’s Incheon airport: report — Global Post/Kyodo News AgencyBritain may order 14 F-35 jets as early as next week-sources — ReutersGurkhas Among 1,500 British Military Job Losses — Defense NewsUK completes military cuts, says it remains worthy U.S. partner — ReutersWarplanes: Iraq Trains To Use Larger UAVs — Strategy PageUS Troops in Jordan Will Train Iraqi Soldiers — Military.comUS Assisting Iraq in Fight Against Al Qaeda 2 Years After Troops Withdraw — ABC newsHold on attack helicopters for Iraq will be lifted soon, Senate aide says — The HillOversight lacking for Afghan training funds — Washington TimesEcuador’s Correa Wants US Military To Leave — Defense NewsHagel orders review of U.S. nuclear force — CNNHagel vows to get to bottom of nuke missile ills — Washington TimesReport: Navy’s New Submarine Hunter Doesn’t Work — Defense TechUS Army Chief Confirms: Ground Combat Vehicle Is Dead (For Now) — Defense NewsPentagon to launch blimps to guard against cruise missiles — CBSOops! Pentagon didn’t actually order 80,000 new BlackBerries — CNNGovernment, Contractors Reach Deal In A-12 Dispute — Aviation WeekSave the A-10: Give It to the Army — Everett Pyatt, Real Clear DefenseArmy opening 33,000 positions previously off-limits to women — Washington TimesSikhs Fight Back Against New Pentagon Dress Code — New York TimesU.S. Sues KBR for Defrauding Its Army in Iraq — ReutersPentagon Proposes $1 Billion Cut to Commissary’s Budget — Washington Free BeaconDOD TOPGUN Fights For Navy To Fight Like It Is 1986 — Next NavyInside the Navy’s Next Air War — Dave Majumdar and Sam LaGrone, USNI NewsMurphy’s Law: 21st Century War, How It Will Be Different And Why — Strategy PageJust How Much Does the U.S. Air Force Spy on China? — David Axe & Joe Trevithick, War is BoringThe U.S. Air Force Even Spies on America’s Friends and Allies — David Axe & Joe Trevithick, War is Boring

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Military And Intelligence News Briefs — January 24, 2014

Where Is Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner?

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner poses with her dog at the Olivos Presidential residence in Buenos Aires in this November 18, 2013 handout supplied by the Argentine Presidency. ( REUTERS/ARGENTINE PRESIDENCY/HANDOUT)Fears Grow For Argentinian President Kirchner Who Has Not Been Seen For More Than A Month — Daily Mail* Has not posted any messages to Twitter since December 13* Speculation in Argentina about her health in the wake of head surgeryA puzzling silence has descended around Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner who has not been since in public for over a month.And she hadn’t posted any messages to Twitter since December 13, when she fired off a typical volley of 20 tweets.That has been feeding speculation in Argentina about her health in the wake of surgery on her head in October, and questions about who is running the country.’She’s decided to stay away from her duties in power,’ opposition Senator Gabriela Michetti told the DyN news agency.Read more ….More News On The Public Absence Of Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de KirchnerConcern grows over Argentina president’s lack of public appearances, tweets — FOX News/APArgentina’s president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner goes off the grid — CNNArgentina ‘Missing’ President Is Making Everyone Nervous — The WireMy Comment: It does not take a genius to figure out that if someone who loves the spotlight drops out after a medical emergency …. that person has a serious health problem.

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U.S. Army Is Starting To Test ‘Smart Rifles’

US Military Is Testing Gun That Could Turn ANYONE Into An Ace Sniper — Daily Mail* Users simply ‘tag’ their target using a button near the trigger* Smart rifle can then work out the range and weather conditions before shooting* Can even send target details to other nearby rifles – and be controlled by an iPad appThe US military is testing a radical ‘smart rifle’ that can automatically aim itself, it has been revealed.The army is believed to have acquired six $27,000 ‘smart rifles’ from Texas firm Tracking Point.It uses a built in computer to aim at a target, and can even ‘lock on’ top targets and automatically track them.Oren Schauble, a marketing official with the Austin, Texas-based company, confirmed the military bought a handful of them in recent months for evaluation.Read more ….More News On The U.S. Army Now Starting To Test ‘Smart Rifles’U.S. Military Begins Testing ‘Smart’ Rifles — Defense TechUS military begins purchasing and testing smart rifles — Daily CallerU.S. military begins testing ‘smart’ rifles — FOX News/Military.comThe US Army Is Now Field-Testing Smart Rifles — MotherboardUS Army buys 6 self-aiming smart rifles for evaluation — Geek

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iRing, un ratón aéreo para DJ y compositores en iOS

Filed under: Periféricos, CES Como ya habrás podido comprobar estos últimos días, el CES es toda una mina de oro para conocer todo tipo de rarezas tecnológicas y más cuando se trata de periféricos. Sobre estas líneas tienes al iRing de IK Multimedia, una especie de ratón aéreo para iOS que se coloca en el dedo y puede servir tanto a aspirantes a DJ como a todo aquel jugón que quiera tomarse las cosas a su manera. Para que el truco surta efecto, es necesario que el usuario se coloque frente a la cámara frontal del dispositivo manzanero y la aplicación de la casa se encargará de ir traduciendo todos estos gestos en instrucciones para la tarea que se esté llevando a cabo en esos momentos. Dado que el fabricante está muy centrado en la creación multimedia, el conjunto está preparado no sólo para editar pistas sencillitas, sino también algunas más elaboradas para los más puestos en materia; además se acompaña de algunas aplicaciones propias de edición para que puedas aplicar efectos de una manera más sencilla. ¿Crees que te puede encajar la propuesta? En ese caso no dejes de curiosear su funcionamiento en el vídeo de después del salto y por supuesto ir preparando los 25 dólares/20 euros que pretende pedir la firma por la reserva de este anillo tan vitaminado.Continue reading iRing, un ratón aéreo para DJ y compositores en iOSRead | Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Something To Think About

Assembling B-25 bombers at North American Aviation, Kansas City, Kansas. October 1942. WikipediaInteresting ……………………During the 3-1/2 years of World War 2 that started with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and ended with the Surrender of Germany and Japan in 1945, America produced:22 aircraft carriers8 battleships48 cruisers349 destroyers420 destroyer escorts203 submarines34 million tons of merchant ships100,000 fighter aircraft98,000 bombers24,000 transport aircraft58,000 training aircraft93,000 tanks257,000 artillery pieces105,000 mortars3,000,000 machine guns AND2,500,000 military trucksWe put 16.1 million men in uniform in the various armed services, invaded Africa, invaded Sicily and Italy , won the battle for the Atlantic, planned and executed D-Day, marched across the Pacific and Europe, developed the atomic bomb and ultimately conquered Japan and Germany .It should be noted that during a similar amount of time the current Federal bureaucracy couldn’t build a functioning web site.WNU Editor: Hat Tip to Theo Spark

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