Memorial Day is a very important time to show solemn respect to all those Americans who died in wars, across the globe and in our own fields and forests. Pay special honor to their families who sacrificed so much – so we may live in freedom. Because of these heroes, we enjoy the blessings of liberty, protected from ruthless tyrants who still roam the earth, desperately seeking to enslave humanity.
But don’t forget to celebrate. Celebrate and raise a glass to the men and women who volunteered to fight on our behalf and made the ultimate sacrifice.
- Israel’s Iron Dome weapon has reportedly shot down most of the rockets that Hamas militants have fired at Israeli neighborhoods during the Israel-Gaza conflict this week.
- The Iron Dome is designed to selectively deal with rocket attacks, intercepting only those headed toward populated areas.
- Israel claims the Iron Dome is around 90 percent effective, but even a high probability intercept rate can fall victim to sheer numbers.
by: Brent Smith
The Biden administration was asked whether they would help Colonial Pipeline with their ransomware issue. The spokesperson said NO, they would not. She explained that since Colonial was a “private” company, it really was not up to them to help.
I test the absurdity of this claim by flipping it around, using the Trump administration and Planned Parenthood.
The Army has a new “Woke” recruiting campaign cartoon. It’s not exactly the tough ombre campaign we’re used to seeing from the U.S. military. Rather than concentrating on “all you can be,” they went full woke. It’s disappointing to say the least.
- The U.S. Army’s Lancer Brigade showed off a video from its new Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binoculars.
- The ENVG-B displays a higher-resolution image than previous night vision devices.
- The goggles also include augmented reality capabilities and allow soldiers to see wirelessly through weapon sights.
Twenty-five years ago, in 1995, the U.S. Air Force reached a milestone: Its satellite Global Positioning System became fully operational. Today, GPS directs our world, from supertankers to pizza deliveries. But before the creation of this modern navigational marvel, humans looked to the heavens to find their way.