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A Flock of Seagulls

The South Korean government says it did not detect any North Korean submarines near the western sea border on the night a Navy vessel was struck a mine and sank. Officials have been wondering whether North Korea had launched an attack. So what are the chances it was an accident? South Korea says another of it's ships which was nearby at the time of the incident, opened fire northward toward an "unidentified object," believing it was an enemy vessel fleeing after an attack, but the object caught on radar was probably a flock of birds.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , Navy

Thursday - 04/01/2010, 07:01pm EDT

EADS Getting in the Game

European aerospace giant EADS is nearing a decision to compete directly with Boeing for a contract to build billions of dollars of aerial tankers for the U.S. Air Force. Reuters news service says all indicators seem to suggest that EADS will follow through with a bid, now that it has been granted prime contractor status by the Pentagon and may get a 90-day extension that would give it time to examine classified documents critical to a tender.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , Air Force , EADS , Boeing

Monday - 03/29/2010, 03:25pm EDT

al-Qaida: Shifting into the shadows

There are indications terrorist recruiters are using every available opportunity and option to lure more people into their world and plan attacks against the United States.

Tags: terrorism , Army Maj. Nidal Hasan , al-Qaida , Falls Church , U.S. intelligence , sleeper cells , Anwar al Awlaki , Colleen LaRose

Thursday - 03/11/2010, 08:25pm EST

Taliban's top military commander arrested

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has details.

Tags: newscast , Taliban , national security , Homeland Security ,

Tuesday - 02/16/2010, 04:30pm EST

The Taliban pre-empting the surge

Intelligence suggested the Taliban were not going to wait for the spring thaw to intensify their operations.

Tags: national security , Taliban

Thursday - 01/21/2010, 07:23pm EST

Security risks abound in Haiti

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green reports.

Tags: newscast , Haiti , national security , Homeland Security ,

Tuesday - 01/19/2010, 06:45pm EST

Update: National Security correspondent J.J. Green in Afghanistan

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green is embedded with an Air Force Intelligence Unit in Afghanistan.

Tags: newscast , Afghanistan , national security , Homeland Security

Thursday - 12/10/2009, 05:16pm EST

Analysis: President plans to increase troop levels in Afghanistan

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has details.

Tags: newscast , national security , Afghanistan ,

Tuesday - 12/01/2009, 06:38pm EST

The Hunt: Ft. Hood - Why is more important than where

Military leaders at Ft. Hood are beginning their investigation into the Nov. 5 massacre that killed 13 people. And observers want to know where Maj. Nidal Hasan was radicalized. National Security Correspondent J.J. Green speaks with Paul R. Pillar, former deputy chief of the CIA's Counterterrorism Center, who says finding out where Hasan was radicalized is not the key question.

Tags: security , The Hunt , Nidal Hasan , Ft. Hood , Paul Pillar

Wednesday - 11/25/2009, 09:00am EST
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