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U.S. intelligence agencies 'sharing too much'

Intelligence agencies may be ordered to limit the information they share.

Tags: national security , Mike McConnell , Mike Rogers

Wednesday - 01/19/2011, 08:19pm EST

Plug pulled on border fence

Obama administration is going to shut down problematic "virtual fence" designed to guard parts of the U.S. border with Mexico. The project, being run by Boeing Co involving video cameras, radar, sensors and other technologies was supposed to catch smugglers trying to cross the porous border. Bennie Thompson, the senior Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee said, "The SBInet program has been a grave and expensive disappointment since its inception."

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Monday - 01/17/2011, 12:06pm EST

Trouble in West Africa

The Ivory coast is in serious turmoil. Forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo began attacking and burning U.N. vehicles in yesterday as tensions rise between Gbagbo and those who say he lost the election to Alassane Ouattra. The United Nations says Ouattara won the vote, but Gbagbo, who came to power in 2000, has rejected the U.N.-certified tally. There are reports of atrocities. A U.N. human rights officials says there are reports of mass graves around the capital of Abidjan.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Monday - 01/17/2011, 12:06pm EST

Pentagon involved in Giffords' treatment

The U.S military is playing a significant role in the treatment of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Dr. James Eklund, a retired Army Colonel who served in Iraq, one the most experienced with penetrating trauma in the U.S. Col. Geoffrey Ling, currently on active duty and acting chair of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, were sent the Tucson to help out. They have developed extraordinary expertise in treating some the most difficult and delicate trauma cases.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Monday - 01/17/2011, 12:06pm EST

Troops kill sleeping man

Another potential flare-up has surfaced in Middle East. Palestinian and Israeli officials say Israeli troops mistakenly shot and killed a 65-year-old Palestinian man in his bed during a pre-dawn raid Friday in order to arrest a Hamas militant. Palestinian security and rescue officials in the West Bank city of Hebron said Israeli troops shot and killed the man who lived in the same building but on a different floor as the Hamas militant targeted in the early morning raid.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Sunday - 01/09/2011, 02:18pm EST

New Army chief coming

General George Casey will complete his tour as Army Chief of Staff later this spring. Gen. Martin Dempsey is expected to replace him. If President Barack Obama accepts and nominates Dempsey, he would have to be confirmed by the Senate. Dempsey is now commander of Army Training and Doctrine Command and previously was acting commander of Central Command. He also led the multi-national training effort in Iraq and commanded the 1st Armored Division in Baghdad.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Sunday - 01/09/2011, 02:16pm EST

Al-Qaida University?

A former U.S covert intelligence officer tells J.J. Green, al-Qaida is working very hard to organize a distance learning program and in a couple of years it could achieve its goal.

Tags: national security , al-Qaida , al-Qaida University , Fred Burton , Stratfor , Rashid Rahman , Intel Briefing , data vacuum

Thursday - 01/06/2011, 02:13pm EST
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U.S. denies drones downed

No evidence that U.S drones were shot down in the Persian Gulf. That's the word from the Pentagon. But Iran is claiming that it took out two Western drones in the Gulf. Reuters reports, the last time a U.S. drone crashed in the Gulf was in 2009 after a mechanical failure. Pentagon spokesman Colonel Dave Lapan says there are "no recent reports that would corroborate what the Revolutionary Guard said about unmanned aerial vehicles."

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Tuesday - 01/04/2011, 12:08pm EST

Afghan government faces a tough fight

Pieces of the suicide bomber's car were strewn across the street. Three police cars and a handful of civilian cars and shops in the area were destroyed by the blast in Kabul Monday. In a statement, President Hamid Karzi condemned the midday attack. But the incident and others like it highlight the wobbly state of security in Afghanistan as that weak nation tries to build a security force and stomp out insurgents hiding in Afghanistan's rugged terrain and porous borders.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Tuesday - 12/28/2010, 11:06am EST

The last police woman goes down

The last policeman standing or in this case policewoman has gone down in a strip of border towns in the Juarez Valley of Mexico. Gunmen stormed into the home of Erika Gándara in the town of Guadalupe about 6 o'clock am. two days before Christmas and kidnapped her. The 28 year ood Gándara, was the only police officer in the municipality of Guadalupe which is about two miles from the Texas border. All the rest of the police, the men, had fled the town, giving in to the powerful drug cartels and their henchmen. No word on her condition.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , defense

Tuesday - 12/28/2010, 11:01am EST
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