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The Pentagon is Monitoring an out of control Chinese rocket Anticipated to crash into Earth

The Chinese Long March 5B rocket launched Tianhe, the core module of the Chinese Space Station. CMS It sounds like the plotline for a Bruce Willis movie: The Pentagon said in a statement Tuesday that it’s tracking a large Chinese rocket that is out of control and expected to reenter Earth’s atmosphere this weekend. The…

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Pentagon identifies Army Reserve soldier found dead in Kuwait

April 28 (UPI) — The Department of Defense on Wednesday identified a U.S. Army Reserve soldier who was found dead in his living quarters this week while serving in Kuwait. Staff Sgt. Christopher F. Pantos, 55, of Richmond, Va., died Monday at Ali Al Selem Air Base “as the result of a non-combat related incident,”…

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Pentagon explains odd transfer of 175 million IP addresses to Vague company

IP address mystery — Something weird happened minutes before Trump left—US says it was security research. Jon Brodkin – Apr 26, 2021 9:00 pm UTC The US Department of Defense puzzled Internet experts by apparently transferring control of tens of millions of dormant IP addresses to an obscure Florida company just before President Donald Trump…

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The Pentagon gave a firm control of 175 million IP addresses

The US military has turned to an unusual strategy to check for security holes in its networks: it’s giving up some power over a key internet resource. Kentik and the Washington Post have learned that the Defense Department gave Florida startup Global Resource Systems control of roughly 175 million IPv4 addresses. The company started managing…

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The Pentagon Is Not Taking Covid Seriously Enough

Over a third of active-duty military personnel have refused to be vaccinated. The Pentagon’s response has mostly been silence. April 19, 2021 EDITOR’S NOTE:&nbspThis article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch. Herd immunity? Don’t count on it. Not if…

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Pentagon Verifies UFO Video Ahead of Congressional Hearing

CNNThe Department of Defense confirms that leaked photos and videos of a pyramid-shaped UFO are authentic, and were captured by Navy personnel. Verification of the sighting comes as U.S. intelligence agencies prepare to share declassified UFO reports during a congressional hearing in June. The video in question shows a large, pyramid-shaped UFO blinking and moving…

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Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin meets with PM Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel

April 12 (UPI) — U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a visit to on Monday, part of a two-day swing through the Middle Eastern nation. During his visit, he tweeted that the United States is committed to close consultations with Israel concerning “threats posed by Iran” and Israeli…

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Pentagon officer arrested on murder charges confronts fresh allegation of attacking woman

A Pentagon police officer who was arrested on murder charges last week was accused Saturday of assault in a separate case.The officer, David Dixon, faces charges of first- and second-degree assault and using a firearm while committing a felony or violent crime, the Takoma Park Police Department said in a statement.The allegations stem from an…

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Pentagon chief declares’ironclad’ U.S. devotion to Israel

TEL AVIV, Israel — U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Sunday declared an “enduring and ironclad” American commitment to Israel, reinforcing support at a tense time in Israeli politics and amid questions about the Biden administration’s efforts to revive nuclear negotiations with Israel’s archenemy, Iran.Austin’s first talks in Israel since he became Pentagon chief in…

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Why the Pentagon is serious about reducing its carbon footprint

For decades, the impact of climate change has created challenges for the Department of Defense around the world. In Syria, for example, a stretch of droughts from 1998 to 2012 turned desperate farmers into easy recruits for Islamic extremists. But it was the environmental damage to bases in the United States that focused the Pentagon’s attention…