19 Burst results for "Africom"

Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 3 months ago

Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

"Even before the pandemic one way technology has been creeping into students. Lives is through grading and we're not just talking about those multiple choice bubble sheets that have been around for decades. The educational testing service which creates statewide assessments for K. through twelve students along with higher Ed tests like gre has been using artificial intelligence to grade essays since. Nineteen ninety nine but can a I really tell good writing from bad andreas or Anya is vice president of assessment and learning technology development for ets. He says, systems are trained to look for things like style grammar and how arguments are built assist them is trained by to extract a lot of features of good and bad writing, and so what that system does, it's it aggregate all the data from an essay after processing it, and then it produces some kind of professional score. The scores of the computer are being compared to a human reiter, and then if there's a big discrepancy, usually a third raider comes in to resolve the discrepancy. So it's actually sort of a check on the human reviewer. It is the way we use it. It is a check on the human reviewer deal. See this ever the I ever being good enough to replace teachers in their sort of regular grading that they do, which I know is one of their many teachers least favourite activities. Yeah. So I really believe in joining forces of computers and humans and so having. Systems that help teachers, for example, spots like, Hey, a lot of your students are struggling with this topic may be next lesson. You want to take a little bit more time you know expanding on that or maybe you know the degrading rights, especially the the more low low key grading with with fairly straight fair for answers at the lower levels. That's something that a computer can do really well, very reliably and so helping a teacher so that teacher can spend more time on personalizing their instruction and and giving individual attention I. Think it's a great way to go about this. How often do you see the I catching examples of poor writing that that human has missed and in that second expert having to come in? It depends by exam. So for a practice exam, it may be different than for Gre. But we have pretty strict rules surrounded where More than one and a half point difference is already more than we WANNA tolerate and you're talking about maybe six point skill, and so you know it depends on the exam it can be five percent can be ten percents but I think the important point is that whenever there's some discrepancy we're going to check into it. We're never letting something go without the check. We've seen stories of students. You know kind of gaming, the system just writing a bunch of keywords that they know the system is GonNa be looking for and getting a perfect score. What's the usefulness of that kind of grading if it can easily be gamed? If a system is that easily game -able, it's obviously not a very good system and it needs to be revisited. Now you have to take into account what the purpose was. So if the purpose of a system is to help a student in a low six environment learn or to help inform a teacher denise of that system are obviously very different than if you make life decisions about admitting someone or other you know very impactful decisions based on it, and so it depends on how you use it. Clearly. There are some school systems that are using a I. In this way. What role do you see the companies that make the technology having in preventing it from be being used in a way that you think is not actually that helpful We we have done a bunch of presentations over the past couple years to kind of set up Some key questions that we believe teachers should ask is the data that is being used in these systems appropriate for my students. Right is are these models related to what my students need cannot intervene in the system or these kind of questions that? Teachers need to ask and I think it's really important that as we move further and further in this automated world that we really tool people an arm people with with those questions and being able to make good judgments for whether these tools are good for the learning that happens in their classrooms or not. Andreas you've been with the company for a really long time working on this technology. Do you see a point when when your work is done, it's all it all works as well as human grading. I don't think that point will AFRICOM and not because he systems aren't aren't progressing really rapidly because they're getting better and better. But the reason why I don't think that's ever happened is because as soon as we get these systems really well done to do what we know. Now, we as a society want way more things and we are always wanting more things than we wanted before and so our creativity and our desire for new things will always out base what we can model at any point in time Andreas or anya is with eds.

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"africom" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"africom" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Windshield covered in a bunch of snow right now and I don't think you can see anything but at least you stopped and didn't go into like mess up their lineman. Oh man how like I wonder what the Coppola's thanking all the police right on the same side that he was on like he was in there looking at the cars are coming in the opposite direction and like he came from early out direction and went so fast on boom up. An internal everything was in slow mo but he definitely went fast also scary. Unlike I I've never ever seen anything like that. Tell you when you're like in a situation like that you're not supposed to try to correct. You're supposed to like slowly like you know. I don't think you're supposed to like hard. WE'LL ACT I. We like hard cracked. But like he went up then he kinda liked her and then gave towards so he was literally almost vertical in the road and I was like. Oh Gosh Oh man. That's scary scary. And then the right AFRICOM like Jamie. No you called me and asked if I saw that if I passed the accident like there was no accident when I was there because I crossed before. Yeah that was my way. It'd be like to do cross the area. I usually always call you when I see an accident to let you know ahead of time like once. I should've told me about the ice patch. I didn't even realize that that was a danger zone until I saw the lights. Otherwise I would have gone forty and I would have been an accident. Oh I was going to. I didn't know that until everyone can go stop so that was a way of like. Oh otherwise I want us to the next or something like that. You should let me know like warning just call and I pick up a hello alert. There is a big ice patch ahead voice. We like slow down at this point around.

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"africom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"africom" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast curricula with us. Like, I said we'll take phone calls with Craig next hour. Craig this parent trade war with China. China has for years been dumping, cheap labor and cheap goods on our markets. What's happening now? Well, you know this corporate empire that I've constantly referred to is no different than any other empire in the past going back to the middle ages. It's it's a mercantilist. Tom set. They don't have a problem doing business with China or Russia or any any country. They don't they don't have problems with dictators. In fact, it's been said dictator is there a lot easier to bribe then democracy, so it's our corporations western corporations and dominated by American corporations and banks that are in fact doing business with China. So it's not like China is dumping cheap goods on our shores. It's. U S corporations and companies that are US on western on their hiring, the Chinese to produce the products are dump on our shores, and that also includes the transfer of jobs overseas. That's that's the problem is with you could think the problem is with Manhattan. It's Wall Street. It's it's the kind of capitalism that Adam Smith rejected its monopoly capitalism, or what Lenin called finance capitalism, and it has nothing to do with free enterprise. They don't care who they do business with as long as they make an enormous profit. And they fully intend to carve up places like Afghanistan in Africa. We're we're the ones that are at war in seven different countries right now on three continents. Not Russia China. It's not China. China is in Africa building roads hospitals airports hotels. They're hiring the people in those countries with the assistance of Chinese supervisor's. They're putting up the money. The bricks groups are lending those countries money, and the African leaders have no interest in being bribed by the west or the east. They don't care where the money comes from. And they don't care what they have to do. But were they only wanted over there killing these so-called terrorists which amounts to and what I'm going to say here. This isn't my opinion about this. By the way, I use my material about what we're doing an African on the continent comes from the military. I go to military analyst and authors and writers in news people that were. For the Pentagon that worked for the hill. These are the people that know what's going on. Well, we we just blew up fifty or sixty Somalis. Yes. Why are we doing it and nobody else's what's going on tamales that we blew up are the ones that are getting in the way of the government? We wish to put in power to deal with the natural resources of that country. Vice Admiral Robert Mueller was the military deputy to former commander of Africom general William ward, Kip ward, they called him. He told a conference in two thousand and eight that we're there. Africom is goal was and I quote, protecting the free flow of natural resources from Africa to the global markets period. It's what the Brits wanted to do in the eighteen hundreds being them that the model we call it free enterprise, but it is anybody at the Cato Institute, including my old friend, Ron Paul if you believe free enterprise is what's operating market dynamics is what's operating on. World-scale you're completely ignorant. Adam Smith knew what monopolies would do any new that free enterprise would evolve into monopolies if it was not regulated properly that was the bane of free enterprise monopoly corporatism. Well, that's that's who China is. That's who Russia is that to Germany was in y mar Germany of Hitler hadn't gone to war. Germany would look like China today is mistake is he went to war to achieve all that. You're right. Got his butt kicked. You're right. You got to greedy. I guess down the problem with Beijing is they have the cheapest labor on earth. That's true. But you're wrong. If you assume all the shopping products that they produce are shoddy. They're not no they used to be they used to be. They are now extremely competitive, and they're taking over certain. Areas of industry, and frankly, free enterprise IRS small companies over here that used to make the best products are having a real time keeping up with the Chinese now because they're still undercutting us pricewise because their labor is still so cheap. Aren't they also the best at taking a product and duplicating it? Yes, they are amazing. Cheaper price. All I know a lot of people because it has done a phobia are going to point the finger at the Chinese for doing it. But I know American businesses right here in America that copy other American businesses product to do exactly the same thing. Yes. So it's not like this Horry Antle, saying, that's you know, being imposed on the American workers or producer. We do it to ourselves. But they're really probably the big problem with China is they have the capability because they're they're incredibly focused their state industries, are what you're dealing with very rarely are you dealing with anything like free enterprise, it's a state run industry, and they dump a lot of currency into those industries that when they go into places like Afghanistan, and they mine and they offered to mine raw-materials materials in Afghanistan by the end of the last twenty years. They're the only country that knows how to mind some of that. Product, the only ones that know how to transfer it into a commercial use. We wouldn't have flat screen TV's iphones. If it worked for the Chinese because there are no western corporations producing the products necessary. It's solely in the control of China. So when Trump slap tariffs on China? I just started laughing. It's ex laughing at tariff on Saudi Arabia, take all their money out of Wall Street and Senate to Brazil are we still in Afghanistan because of minerals gold and things like that. Yes. Everything thank you can't even pronounce that. I don't even really understand the usage job. I've only begun the research. But lithium gold platinum strategic raw materials it used to be supplied exclusively by South Africa have been discovered. In fact, that's why we're in Afghanistan. We're not there for any other reason, we had a Geological Survey done it two thousand and. To and satellite. Technology was used to discover the raw materials in Afghanistan. And that's why they honestly said Dick Cheney Condoleeza Rice. They also the same thing. This is gonna be a war this generational, but it's not a war on terror. It's a war to control the natural resources in that country and no country. No empire has ever been able to control the Afghan people never what did the Soviets. What when they went in. Well, they went in. And they did. In fact, install a communist regime, which we are now backing. That former communist regimes that the Russians a stall. That's who we're now backing in Afghanistan against the Taliban. Rated the Taliban Osama bin Laden and put the Taliban power to get the communists out that the Russians put it bowed. And we took the Taliban back out again exactly because they wouldn't agree to the pipeline deal with Unocal when I started reporting on the cars I worked for pardons that Karzai worked for. Yes. Yes. Karzai was a CIA asset. And so was his brother, by the way. His brother is still there. He runs the opium trade, but it any which the Taliban stopped.

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"africom" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"africom" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The say I am strong I'm improvised today, is a, jazz you Thursday So I'm. Going to be ingenious I will, be improvisational I will be creative in my approach to this day and it is. My hope and sincere prayer that. You will as well Make it do what to do to get up into this weekend You feel me Official London breed would. At one time if, you don't mind Yeah Is going to be all right. Trust And. Believe For your here All right It was crazy on elevator, this morning but I ain't. Gonna. Do no I'm not going to do, a reprieve. Elevated Tiffany Just Justifies to say that America is is just interesting in life Attempting to be human is just Is easy, if you let it be easier what is hard if you try to figure it out Anyway let me conclude Our final Look into the, Virgin Islands US and British As recorded by Africom o- the encyclopedia of the. African and African, American experience by Anthony Appier Henry, Louis gates junior Virgin, islands Conclusion So The economies of each of the Virgin Islands also changed. Dramatically With the advent of the tourist industry today the Virgin Islands, have some of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean And the US islands in particular How become a haven for other West Indian immigrants This prosperity comes largely from the islands continuing status Dependent territories but much of it is. Also directly linked to their. Popularity as tourist destinations particularly among American, and British Well, the island's black majorities this admit jobs, in every sector of, the, tourist industry from service to construction, virgin islanders. Today enjoy citizenship status in their respective countries but retain the afro Caribbean cultural, heritage of their island homes There have, been hurricanes that have, come, in significant damage has been sustained But the tourist industry continues to provide The money for the comeback And so the Virgin Islands are entering This twenty-first-century as. One of the Caribbean's most successful regions And this new period of relative prosperity is a welcome change and a reward for virgin islanders Ashley So that was. Good? Right We hope things continue to look up for our. Sisters and brothers Virgin Islands thank you all for. Being down with the movement. I I see you Roman these are folks you, hear me talking to people who is. He. Talking to these are folks are getting interactive with, me on thirteen eighty w. a. okay the voice of community on, Facebook live okay and if you wanna stay in communication with me kick it. With me on the movement without the slaughter on. Facebook All morning long for seventeen Stay interactive. You say something to me I talk back to you on a Pulitzer They got these things called computers In.

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Kenya, Africa and Alshabaab discussed on Capitol Connection

Capitol Connection

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Kenya, Africa and Alshabaab discussed on Capitol Connection

"Arrive first to leave seeming to confirm his lack of appetite for this whole forum where he can't make the individual deals he much prefers the chinese president xi jinping is hosting a twoday regional summit in the eastern coastal city of chengdu president vladimir putin of russia and the iranian president hassan rohani or attending here's been learnings security is tight in qingdao for the annual meeting of the shanghai cooperation organisation it's spearheaded by the major powers of china and russia and amongst its members are four former soviet republics in central asia iran holds only observer status for spires to greater influence in eurasia analysts say the sco may grant tefron full membership to show that the region still supports the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement even after president trump announced the us was pulling out of the deal bbc news japan's foreign minister says china has charged japanese mound with spying after arresting him for allegedly conducting a geological survey without a permit five other japanese were detained with him before have been released japanese media say the six men had been invited by chinese companies to conduct the research australia will form a task force to god upcoming elections against cyber interference and attacks is that the precautionary measure was necessary in the age of increasing levels of cyber enabled interference and disruption australia is preparing to hold federal byelections amid concerns that regional powers including china have increased their influence in trillion politics in recent years a us special forces soldier has been killed and four other american service personnel wounded in an attack by islamist militants in somalia the incident happened in the southwestern area of jupiter land where us forces are operating alongside somali troops to clear large area from alshabaab militants here's tommy alati pu local media report that the attack took place not far from the southern city of kismayo on friday afternoon the us africa command or africom sees a large force made up of troops from kenya somalia and the us came under fire during a counterinsurgency operation africom adds that its personnel were providing.

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"africom" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Two in oppression that is what so many of these films are about and black panther is not about that like that's just that just is bizarre to me that like these like you know hunger games maize runner or more radical films than black panther like that that just doesn't five with me whatsoever all right so i have a few thoughts in response to to what you said i mean i think they're you know there's a lot of what you're saying is really interesting why i am a a people in the chat room are pointing out that timothy may believe me chat room for instance points out the kill monger is basically just magneto in the xmen movies he wants world supremacy he wants to take down governments that's not justice that's domination but the cello learn something from in any way in the end to tell learns from the mistakes of his ancestors and sees or selfishness sharing will contact with world so i think you know one i don't know that the the movie is necessarily 100 percent anti revolutionary because uh isn't in the to in the text the film to tell a does learn from kill manga ray had with us he does take a different position on laconda then he took at the beginning of the film so the movie is kind of arguing like let's not necessarily kill everyone um but there is perhaps a moderate yet more move revolution lymph might be more palatable to everyone and he said some diesel okay so there is no such thing as a moderate revolution but you did you hit the point yet it argues for moderation yes and that's and that's you know he he's opens up a he decides to gentrify oakland and opening up outreach dinner and teach kids out of the cold unlike let's coal but that's not rather coal that's not revolutionary that's not freeing all the oppressed of the world's let as kill monger just says we're going to do like like if we're going to have let if black panther was a rather coal hero and radical film i feel like the end of the film should have been at least a lease him you know going up to you know africom right or going out up to you has drone base and destroying it and kicking you know all the.

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"africom" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Hung on africom as we should see this great power uh the focus went the military which is not due to africa funding in troop levels in support such as for personnel recovery are they still going to be asked to do more with less but we're certainly committed to developing capabilities to support africom including personnel recovery as the as the national defense strategy is implemented resources will be allocated appropriately to meet the missions of the combatant commanders in the national defence strategy so there is a determination yet the follow on the breakdown between commands but it will be a very dynamic and fluid in which that proceeds based on the situation that the that we find ourselves next question and so they must be genes can you give us a sense of power if interest on the national debt factors in your future budget planning because severe weather rejected somewhere in the next thirty years it would become about a third of uh of federal spending so does that start to squeeze out your discretionary funding so anytime soon so let's go back to the chart that had the the percent of gdp on it because i think this is a a useful he go slight fourth so one of the things while they're bringing in this light up his understand um that as when you look at the effect on on spending in the national debt defense has gone down consistently as a percentage of gdp and even after this increase when you look at the eu's will only growing at the rate of inflation which means as the economy grows it will continue to grow faster than the department of defense so our share of the economy our share of the of that process will continue to go down and so it we think this is strikes an appropriate balance between security and solvency is necessary to implement the national defense strategy but the national defense strategy while it was odd not resourceconstrained irs weesource informed recognizes that the longterm competition requires the united states to be effective across the number of errors economic growth and solvency into this.

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"africom" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Of a heart attack teams to be she die broken heart probing prisons they should is this movie i thought who jomaa since the don d africom us military command in africa in two thousand eight us troops and spread across the face of the continent black agenda report editor run senior columnist market kimberly says the congressional black caucus has been glaringly silence on the us militarization of africa kimberly was part of a panel discussion on africom at a baltimore conference of a coalition against us foreign military bases we are here today you can see to talk about us military presence in africa and about the africa command a few months ago africom although the corporate media didn't use the term very much was very much in the news because of a us troop de deaths in the country of nizhny air most of the media didn't even know how to pronounce it but at any rate but needs years it's one of those places that flies under the radar for most americans and that's to say they don't even know that it exists until they find out about some american military activity there and that's what happened in october after four american soldiers died there actually it was donald trump stupidity and racism which made their deaths the news story at first the administration wasn't going to say anything about it then he was guarded by someone who's suggested while he said that the obama didn't call the troops families and he was going to call their families but of course he messed it up he couldn't even make a decent condolence call to the widow and that became the news story the african american soldier leaks david johnson he spoke to his widow and a congresswoman who was a friend of the family overheard the conversation he was very rude to her.

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"africom" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on WEEI

"The top of the first round and my guess is the definitely get one if feels like manning's days of new yorker done i don't see him stick in their next year has got a year left on his contract vacuum who said it would go is go back to next year when closed the door on that but it feels like today was the beginning of the end of eli in new york he'll be in buffalo he'll be in that a gesture uniform will be in jacksonville or somewhere else next year harrison a medfield six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 what's going on harrison aid holiday africom enough to what you i had to say about kopai quarterback nato oughta fame a when he her of quarterback seven you think about joe tanner if surrounded lever in the game with moscow so i mean you've got great numbers while wta super bowl but come brady have had the sammer shivers that you hats bradshaw hasn't put up the same sort of numbers that tom brady has you by manning was throwing the great receiver suit most of his career um threat merv neither career out of making something out of nothing being very mobile and fixed place and also lisa league in interceptions throw is going to say that that's the with with breeze puts slower than you don't manning in that category manning's reputation harrison you would agree was failing in the big spots breeze succeeding in fars was a turnover machine legal with with brady he is the big strength for him was not turn the ball over and having your recordsetting interception percentage years it's the exact opposite of far so what do you add at into all by the way brady as five super bowls i don't know how would they right mind you put those gbs ahead of brady i just doesn't those guys in particular manning and far make no sense to put had a brady this point yeah and ought also thing about elway or bradshaw like those guys are usually not in the top five chicken a l odd but he's a great leader and he was very mobile and from great played but you think about tom brady making uh change it up a line of.

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"africom" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"But that means that there's a whole i mean even had use is made of that that extra bit of edible but that doesn't mean that the other bids through there so we don't use it all true that's why only that's why i my my response to that is that it's here we don't actually use it all although and actually while we're talking about that one of the parts we use the least aarp things like the lungs so if it were a processing plant for pena even like cows or something like that that might be something that would be more readily discarded that could have been picked up and you know who the heck can tell the difference between cow lungs and horse lungs over really especially when other luxury and gene seventy sir and really when they're like third threeinch squares sprea really who can tell going along with ariel was were probably pretty recognizable humble a big version by saying long material but it's but it is one of the things i mean like we i will use like the organs and the heart and the brain oftentimes people will use and like livers and even intestines a lot of times as key things but like the lungs are one of those ones where it's like very rarely d do you go somewhere and they say oh in tonight we have the delicacy of a lungs the core i've never seen area there are eighteen stealing they this skull yeah i know i'll i've had brain i've well let's now caldes injury algorithms chicken remembering or what brune yeah human brain how wasn't yeah africom is initially care of dimwit handed kennedy gelatinous the you know.

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"africom" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Some eight hundred of them in niger alone a a lot to work through with you here i wanna be clear one thing you're saying is that it's been three weeks and a four americans were killed you would have hoped that the administration would have come to the armed services committee much sooner and started answering questions about those deaths is that what you're saying they have an obligation certainly the family general gunther articulated so well by clearly they have an obligation to the armed services committee and to the american people and that's one reason why there needs to be consideration of an authorization for the use of military force a revised him renewed one which both chairman mccain and to some lesser found chairman corker respectively of armed services and foreign relations have fed to be considered but one of the very showing facts about the record so far is that clearly the congress was hold back in june there would think nip again number of troops in africa and also there was a very showing warning from the africom commander general waldhauser in effect money laugh the armed services committee about the failure to meet key resource critical requirements and capabilities that were necessary poor if kind of mission so you new back in june that i mean that there were some some to attend situation in africa and a country like news your could be very risky for for us troops and the congress have a obligation back if an opportunity now to grill down and know what the mission is fair why we have a very significant number of crew there and why in the words of general walk out her only approximately twenty thirty percent of africa command isr requirements are met goes isro requirement our intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance exactly the kinds of situational awareness that are necessary for this kind of hich relation in niger that be menem men face well this this raises a larger question a you you sort of brought up on me one question is what the administration's told you since this happened.

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"africom" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Last decade or so and the pipe danger to teheran and under the longoverdue conversation it out guess what it is were doing not just in africa in other parts of the world on gas you know how significant rte intentional already conflict to the direct foreign policy interested in the united states and weather being involved in these conflicts his worst worth off the vine and again i am speaking with laura c who's a professor of government a call be college she studies african politics conflict in development with a focus on central africa and she's also written for foreign policy the atlantic ganic and aljazeera english well as what we none from africom zip briefings is that the us has about two between uh six and seven thousand troops say in africa on any given day according to rub in mac the spokesman for africom and that they're in countries such as chad somalia libya cameroon they have a big base in djibouti uh which is largely preoccupied with war in yemen as far as i know uh that they also building a major drawn base in agadez in central asia and i believe that is one of the criticisms fond not that the details orion on what happened to that special forces soldiers that were ambushed that's what i've had so far is that they didn't have drone coverage had to rely on the french who came into bat twenty minutes late and that had they had drawn coverage they may not have been ambushed and that drone coverage was vetoed by the us ambassador in nizhny this so what are you know about those details so i don't know anything about that i i thought that report on earlier today i think it was john nagle an hugh hewitt commening and he i what the report that i read hunting about the us ambassador in tunisia vetoed the drones which did make me continue wedding and after in that we'd have beaten up hard or something i nominee here on but that's why we have had to give him i know i can hear the pitcher andy from vendor construction we do know that um you know part of their reason i think that it thing i've beaten so willing to partner with the nikkeiren.

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"africom" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Sell it to thought is where did they looked to sat their caliphate in the answer is definitely africa that's where the majority of those people have gone already plus yet boko haram yet i evolve qaeda in africa been there's a lot of arizona a prime opportunity for chair in africa right now so how do we get a dui get permission do we call up there president of some country and say we need to come in there to go get the die is yours that you shan isis at the same thing i prefer not to call them isis because they don't like dietician now that anybody's listening to me from terror bill but i just i like giving them a little of the needle anyway the number of henry if we're focusing on africa it's one thing but there is a focus all over the place and so but we have a did you know we had a separate africa command that is if you i didn't know that didn't africom or something like that yeah yeah a f r i c o m africa yup the people who run the military say this was a small but wise investment in the capability the legitimacy the accountability of african defence institutions and so we can spend a little money there and have a lot of impact i i think it is something that we all ought to be conscious of where we are in terms of our presence and why we are there and whether or not we are in africa they're happy to have his spend our money there because the most of the countries are poor but.

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"africom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Is an investigation is always an eviction unless it's a a very very conventional deaths a in a in a conventional war there's always an investigation of course that operation is is conducted by africom that is of course works directly for the sector fence there is a talk to gyp mattis this morning i think he statements this afternoon as its investigation ongoing investigation doesn't mean anything was wrong and investigate in doesn't mean people's heads they're gonna roll the fact is they need to find out what happened and why it happened but at the end of the day ladies and gentlemen you have to understand that these young people sometimes olga put on the uniform go to where we stand them to protect our country sometimes they go in large numbers to invade iraq invaded afghanistan sometimes of working age volume it's working with our partners in africa asia latin america helping them be better but the at the end of the day are helping those partners be better at fighting isis north in north africa to protect our country so that we don't have to send large numbers of troops any other someone who knows who knows a gold star fallen person john general thank thank you for your service there has been some talk about the timetable of the release of a statement the result who were killed in these year office lisa that information of what park these the fact that if beacon was pigging during that time with the release of state concerned that divulging information early might jeopardize the soldiers first of all that's you know we are at the at the at the highest level the us government the people at lance those questions will be the other people at the other end of the military a pyramid i'm sure there the the special forces group is conducting it i know they're involved in conducting investigation that investigation of course under the auspices of uh africom ultimately will go to the white house go to the pentagon i've read the same stories you have actually know a lot more than a leading on its own but i'm not gonna tell you there is an investigation being done but as i say the the.

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"africom" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

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"africom" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"It prop vare and it's very difficult for the pulley to do anything about it well because first we don't have it now mental how already um or a mental health train people that work with the fully i don't believe in understanding how to deal with people when they're in a mental of a chrysler and did we just don't have enough police officer hearing it i don't think for them that the 'evil hit do an adequate job occurred and especially in game incurred getting your joker i don't know it name he you keep asking the police hit them fell and monitor their own behavior is it fair the problem when they really need to be helping our community with the problems that are out there and i think is most we went problems that i see i feel really bad for people whose family member suffer because you're not able to help them i'm sure his mother would have white africom from the police while that was happening it he might have had an opportunity and what it what is the liability there too you you know if the police caller and then they put her on the phone in he starts opening fire on all the cops you know because let's face it it's maybe you could have helped but there's the a flip side to that too you know and nobody wants to talk about that either is you know what if it woulda gone south thin so and then you just involved an amateur in police negotiate you know what i mean there's a flip side to that as well and then there's policy and procedure beyond that now should this man young man have been shot we'll never know the answer to that because we i wasn't there but the problem is was this excessive force might have been but he didn't just involving the family to say i think is over simplifying the situation perhaps say but because there's of helps i did that to wears on may inc somebody that could be there between the pulley a mental health professional absolutely but i i don't see that you know that's part of the problem is our mental health.

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"africom" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show bill rodgers on sunday marcus keeps long war journal with his colleagues tom joscelyn and others we go night now to us african command africom because there is significant fighting going on all the time with els chabab shabaab is an integral part of the jihadists there are linked to the worst acts in east africa and bill is reporting on a us self defense strike this is bq your language it reminds me of a protective reaction strikes from the vietnamera language by any other means bill a very good evening to you why do we require self defense in quotes when we're dealing with an alqaeda branch in somalia good evening to you good evening john yet i i do appreciate that you picked up on that and use the the vietnam analogy it's really it it silly and useless i don't understand why afc africom is continuing to do this what they're doing is they're claiming they're launching these offensive act russian uh what they're doing it for defensive purposes and and i realize that that could be somewhat true but the reality is launching offensive action against shabaab in shabaab held territory and are targeting troop formations their targeting i d factory these are targeting logistic knows and instead of calling the calling the airstrikes or offensive strikes or whatever their hiding behind this terminology that into that into that began under the obama administration in the sky bombing ministration didn't want to appear like it was expanding the war against your hot as in africa up to have a hot were in in afghanistan that wanted to extracted from in the war in islam estate iraq and syria what we're really doing as we are fighting a low intensity warfare with a an organization that is part of a global ambition to destroy a dominate so it's not a minor war it's not like we're doing it with one hand this is africom your measure of this what you'd have to say slow pace every six months we get a major row a major report how do they make their decision wendy shoot and when not too yeah that's a it's a really good question in.

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"africom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"That's tough mantle hake have it is it's a really weird dynamic and as one of the reasons i wrote about i wrote of a com about blowing up the clippers on friday at africom thank while the nfl back derided by the way danka appreciate it yeah um but one of the one of the reasons was at they had this this fivemonth window of a sorry may yet my friend jakob keeps com near popular guy did this five your window where the lakers are chain wreck and they have chris palm blake griffin and the j and lab city and it's like the laker blood just runs so deep here and the laker fans hated clippers and you feel it like a little moments said that dodgers game where it's like the clippers are supposed to be an la team and yet they had this small group of fans i love them they do diane man the metal on and then a ton of lake nona cooper darrow and those people makoma whether they're sucker not so i get why he had do the blake thing like a if i think it's really tough to rebuild you can do it if you're in philly you can do it if you're in oklahoma city i dunno if you can do it here when there's ten other teams it's a big reason why in houston we'd we'd never would choose i think just because you're a of the as it grows editor as our honour yeah there's the competitiveness of me james harden loyd and james of time but also had a great group of veterans so would have been hard together tanker out anyway but we also felt like houston is a town where obviously they're coming back to the stroh's now is great but like for a while stroh's were like.

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"africom" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"africom" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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