36 Burst results for "United States Navy"
Is America Prepared for China's Potential Invasion of Taiwan?
"Well, we were talking about he's about to go off to Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan, try and bring back some business. But I also asked him about has he prepared the state for a world crisis with China. In other words, what would happen in Virginia with the largest shipbuilding yard in the world for the United States Navy and surge capacity if that world crisis tips over. And I want to ask you the same thing. Do you think Americans are thinking seriously at every level about what happens if the dress rehearsals for the invasion of Taiwan, the second of which has just finished wrapped up second and two months ten months becomes the real deal. What would happen in the United States? If China decided and I don't think they will. So we can come back to our views of timeline here. But let's park timeline, whether it's 6 months a year, three years, 5 years or ten years. Let's park that. So let's just say China decides to invade Taiwan. You are correct. They have shown us kind of two views of how they might approach it. Clearly, it includes a blockade. It includes long-range missile strikes ballistic missile strikes and includes a high degree of cyber activity. So now we've seen all that tracks with the war plans we've had. I think it's the United States saw those events, my belief is we would work aggressively to defend Taiwan.
Fresh update on "united states navy" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"And I would ordinarily, every other year, I would spend the first segment moaning about the loss of the Buckeyes to our rival and the loss of the Browns to our nemesis, but I'm not going to. I'll simply quote Sir Andrew Barton, fight on my men. I am hurt, but I am not slain. Lay me down and bleed a while and I'll rise to fight again. We'll get them next year. I'm really not as obsessed with ball as I normally am because of the ongoing crisis in Israel and the war that could engulf the entire region, if not more, at a moment's notice. And I'm following so closely every day as watching the game, checking on Hamas was screwing around with the hostages on Saturday, the second release, the third release came off fairly closely according to schedule yesterday and the fourth release is expected today. And there are discussions between Israel and Hamas and Prime Minister Netanyahu relayed this to President Biden last night, that Israel is willing to extend the pause in fighting every day that another 10 hostages are released. I believe that a total of 38 Israelis have been released and an extra number of Thais, Filipinos and Russian, a Russian guy got released yesterday and an Irish girl got released. But Israelis, not dual citizen Israelis, but Israeli Israelis, they have to come out at 12 a day minimum or the pause is over. And Hamas danced on the edge of a razor Saturday because Israel was prepared to resume the war and its catastrophic consequences for everyone in Gaza who is innocent, however that number might be, and continue to kill Hamas terrorists and close the net around Sinwar and his butchers. But Qatar got there and Egypt got there and they slapped him around a little bit and said, are you are you morons? Look at Gaza. Look what you've done. Take the pause, release the hostages. And they have not really lived up to the deal, but it is close enough for the Israeli government and the people of Israel. And apparently, now I put this on my Twitter feed so it might sound familiar to you, fanatical religious zealotry doesn't necessarily mean outer stupidity, but Hamas leadership would lead you to conclude that it does. Hamas came close to triggering the renewal of this devastating Israeli offensive on Saturday and any breach of the hostage agreement will do so again today and tomorrow. That would be today and in the days beyond during which Hamas can extend the pause and exchange for ongoing release of hostages, Hamas wholly misjudged Israel when it launched the massacre. And again on Saturday, as well as their allies in Hezbollah and Iran, Hamas had no idea. They thought Hezbollah would come in and Iran would back him. No, Hamas now quite obviously losing and coherence in its decision making is slipped away. So being optimistic about their being serious and careful is just not really grounded in reality. Their best strategy, among many bad ones, would be to reliably deliver on the terms of the current agreement. And at day five or six, propose a comprehensive ceasefire in place of a truce, one that allows the terrorists to escape the desperate trap they've created for themselves and led themselves and all of Gaza into. So it's very difficult to do a retrograde operation. They are caught in a closing newt. It has been devastating to Hamas. It has been devastating to Gaza and the IDF will not stop and the government will not stop. The only possible way that they survive is to escape to Iran, probably. And the only way to get to Iran, Sinwar and the remaining Hamas fighters, killers, warriors, whatever you want to call them, the propagandists call them warriors. Israel calls them gunmen. I just call them terrorists. No matter what you call them, the only way for them to get out is to get to Iran via a deal and the deal would have to be, Israel would hold up its end. It is a state with integrity and if they agree, okay, all, I think it remains at 198 or something like that, 192 hostages of all variety, release them all. And where's baby Kabir? We haven't seen baby Kabir. Release them all. Tell us where everyone is and if you can't, we won't let you go and if you can't deliver everyone 10 a day, we're going to resume fighting. And I believe the people of Israel would support that. If you did not notice in the news last night, two terrible stories, two important stories. One is terrible. Important story, the USS Mason, which is an Arleigh Burke class destroyer, intercepted a oil tanker that had been seized by Houthi terrorists. The crew had locked themselves in the safe room, put out a distress call and the United States Navy came to the aid of the tanker and the Houthis tried to flee, but they got caught by the American Navy and they're prisoners now and I hope they go to Gitmo. We should find out where their orders came from and begin to put together a map of how Houthis, maybe we want to rethink demanding that the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia stop the war with Houthis because they're just an army of Iran. Maybe everyone understands that now. The terrible story came out of Vermont.
Rep. Ken Calvert Discusses the Needs of the U.S. Navy
"Minutes actually ran a story on Sunday Night about the decline in the United States Navy and it's underfunding. Jerry Hendricks wrote a piece in the Atlantic about it this month and finally we've got people in charge of defense subcommittee in the house Ken Calvert to be specific and old friend of mine and he joins me now. It's chairman of the DoD subcommittee. That's the subcommittee of the House committee on appropriations that funds The Pentagon. Good morning, congressman Calvert. Welcome back. Good morning, you. You just got back from the Pacific. What did you find out? I found out that we're weak in the Pacific and that we need to get we need to get to work. We have a lot of things we need to do. Happily, we have allies. Japan is doubling their defense spending. Taiwan is obviously very concerned and we're trying to arm them up get to deterrence and there they need as quickly as possible. And of course we still have problems in South Korea. Because of what's going on in the north and you continuing tests that Kim Jong-un is carrying out. So congressman, you are now chair. You're the guy on defense appropriations and pretty much the full committee will accept what you come forward with. Are you going to remedy the gap? I mean, we have a huge navy gap, a huge navy gap with China. Are you going to help remedy it? Oh, absolutely. I met with the CNO yesterday at McGill day. We were going through that, as you know, we're down to 296 ships. Unfortunately, the navy is asking the fund 9 ships and proposing to decommission 11. It's pretty hard to get our ship numbers above 300 if we decommissioning more ships than we're building.
Intelligence Suggests Pro-Ukrainian Group Sabotaged Pipelines
"Several weeks ago, Seymour hersh, a longtime, a lifelong leftist. Did a bombshell post on his substack, I believe, but certainly he did a blog post. Basically saying, I have evidence that the United States Navy divers from Florida blew up the Nord stream pipeline. And he gave a lot of detail, which was came out of nowhere. The most he was able to do is point a sources that were inside the U.S. government that told him this. And then there was a kind of long silence the media sort of not touching this article it sort of radioactive, even though Seymour hersh has a record of breaking major stories, I believe he broke the story of the my lai, the milai massacre in the Vietnam era. Nevertheless, this article has gone, you may say, untouched by the western media. I talked about it on the podcast, but it's coverage has been very muted. And now something very interesting from The New York Times, quote, intelligence suggests pro Ukrainian groups, sabotage pipelines, U.S. officials say. Now, according to this New York Times article, a huge change, obviously, for the first time here is a major media outlet acknowledging our side blew up the Nord stream pipeline. But they're saying not Biden, and they're saying not even zelensky. They're saying this is not something that was done by kind of Ukrainian officials or say, but some kind of renegade Ukrainian group. U.S. officials said there was much they did not know about the perpetrators and their affiliations. They did not specify the members of the group or who directed or paid for the operation. They implied was quote a proxy force with connections to the Ukrainian government.
"united states navy" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"You wanting us to subscribe to your awesome ass newsletter and your black man's 5 podcast? Because I'm going to explain this in detail. House 5 put out a myriad of fake stories. Well, actually create fake resistance groups, you know, in order to catch unwitting Ukrainians or unwitting westerners and then take claim for things they've never had to take. Look, this bull started with Seymour hersh, a down and out journalist and old guy who said that the United States Navy blew up my ships that were nowhere near it. Now, two weeks ago, a Ukrainian group shows up in Russia perfect equipment supposedly now doing battle in Russia. Then disappeared. Everybody said, oh, look, Ukrainians are up there. You know who said they weren't? But Ukrainians. Right. Now it's a shadowy group, all right? Of amateur divers dive 80 meters down to the bottom of this pipeline and make precision cuts that only military grade weapons using military grade systems with nobody seeing a bunch of amateur divers down there. All right, look, if you go 200 kilometers to the east, there is a Russian commando base full of mini submarines that go into Swedish finished Danish waters all the time and do nefarious acts. Now could it be them or could it be a bunch of amateur Ukrainian divers who don't know anything about fight flies? Or explosives. Oh, the media is gonna go, hey, we're gonna go with them. That's because The New York Times is full of idiots. And what they did was thinly sourced. It's like they want to be ahead of a story. That's breaking news. Okay? Get your butts over to that Russian commando face that has been operating there forever. And maybe you'll find out who actually did it. I mean, this is like chasing OJ. It just they did it. You know, the Russians gonna put that book out. Oh yeah, they are. You're absolutely right. I loved your tweet about Tim Scott. Why? Why do you play me so? I'm trying, I'm sorry. I'm pushing your buttons. I'm riling you up. Okay, now back to domestic American policy. There we go, yeah. Read the tweet. He tweeted out the secret sauce of the next great American century ain't a secret. We need a leader who believes in America's story of faith and perseverance. Tim Scott, who was that all the way up to that point. Donald Trump, that's what Tim Scott was backing. All the way up here. Him Scott. Quote unquote, Ken studies running towards the presidential candidacy. Is nothing more than I believe I called it a step in fetching. Yes, you did. You did. You did. Yeah, well, let me explain something to you. Back in the old days, when slave hunters were out trying to catch runaway slaves. One of the little techniques they bought was also sort of like the Russians, a false flag. You would bring a very Soviet slave. You would feed him better.
US May Send Iranian Weapons to Ukraine
"United States shot down an Iranian made spy drum in Syria last night over our base. We have one base left in Syria, and we shot it down. And we're not going to let the Iranians spy on our troops via Syrian launched drones were not. Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal reports this morning. That suspected Iranian weapons seized by the United States Navy may go to Ukraine. May? Me? The U.S. Military is considering. Sending Ukraine thousands of seized weapons and more than a million rounds of ammunition once bound for Iran backed fighters in Yemen. An unprecedented step that would help keep battle Russian forces U.S. and European officials set.
Admiral Stavridis (USN Ret.) on the Chinese Spy Balloon
"Back America to you to analyze the threat posed, if any, by the Chinese Communist Party's spy balloon over Montana and to follow up on chairman Mike Gallagher's comments about the need to shoot it down in the last segment. I am joined now by admiral James Dave reedus, retired United States Navy, former allied supreme commander of NATO, star of stage and screen and author of many fine books, but the way we couldn't be more timely admiral. My Gallagher just said, shoot it down. What do you think? I think yes, shoot it down. But you do need to be mindful about where the debris lands would have been really good to shoot it down over Canada. And by the way, as you know, Hugh, but some of the listeners may not, the United States and Canada are joined together in a massive air defense zone, that's what norad is, North American air defense. So it would have been quite legitimate in consultation with our Canadian partners to knock it down somewhere over the tundra of Canada. Now it's over the United States. You have to be pretty mindful. I don't think we're in the business of shooting down a lot of balloons. So we're not sure exactly I would suspect how to go about doing that in a way that ensures the debris doesn't go somewhere. But, you know, it's a big western United States. I bet we could figure that out. So yeah, I'll go with soon to be chairman Mike Gallagher, the truth that thing down, the reason being, let's see what's on it.
Your Title Doesn't Make You a Leader
"It's a 40 year career that begins at the Georgia Tech navy game, which I'll come back to. But I want to illustrate how you do name people who get the props. And I want to do it by naming our friend Rebecca, domski, and face. Now faces a call sign. All right, so the admiral's call sign is nasty. Fighter pilots and many other people get call signs, but fighter pilots always have a call sign. Rebecca is not a fighter pilot, but tell us about face and DOM loss. And how they helped you out because looking down for leadership lessons is as important as looking up to mentors. Oh, absolutely. And if there's any of your listeners that think because you have the title, you're the only one with the answers. Please read my book because I demonstrated and all through this book, like good grief, nasty. How come you didn't kill yourself 12 times? How come you didn't get relieved like 15 times? Yes, gosh. I locked a rock. And it was only because of the people on my team that I'm still here today with the ability to write a book from a positive perspective, but Rebecca dunzo is the finest officer of the deck in the United States Navy for only one reason. She stood up to a type a fighter pilot, sure he was right, captain.
"united states navy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Core machines to I'm sorry, a bunch of north machines to core and fortunately there, that seems to be working out well. I've reviewed their plan and it looks like that we're going to be able to stay energized based on what they've informed us so far. So Bruce, just looking at your background originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky, just so you know, I'm a huge fan of Bowling Green, Kentucky has spent a lot of time there. And I also note that you're in the United States Navy for four years on the surface warfare officer. So thank you for your service. My question to you here is, I mean, the Bitcoin mining, I mean, that seems like the nuts and bolts of the business. And I get that. And that's where you guys are focused in. But when you see a big exchange, like FTX blow up, what does that mean to you as an industry participant? How crippling is that if it is at all or in terms of credibility? There's nothing good about it. Other than, I guess it gets this out of the way. I thought as a Bitcoin miner, as I did not buy into the DeFi thing. When we were looking at different companies with our specs, I could not figure out what securities laws they were trying to comply with and found out they weren't. So there's some skadden for it there and watching it, it failed, but what I didn't realize is that our hosting companies were intertwined with the DeFi situation and that it's sucked some liquidity out of the coin and it sucks well, it's put some miners into a bad place because of the financing. The whole DeFi thing to me, I heard it was either late night TV or maybe on Bloomberg when somebody compared it to the Wright brothers finance and their company by selling frequent flyer miles. I loved it because I thought through the example and it is kind of what Sam bankman fried in the magic box we're talking about, you know, they just had here we got an idea. We got this idea. It was going to be a wing and we're going to run down a dune into the wind and we're going to fly and so what we think you should do is buy tickets on these planes that are going to shuttle people over around the earth. And it would have worked out well it really wouldn't work because the airline business turned out not to be so good and so forth. But even if they had done it, they had taken the time delay and flying and the first flight was a little bit and people would have got antsy. So they would have had to invent the stablecoin too and we would have got through that whole thing if the right. The irony is the Wright brothers could have financed their operations by solving frequent flyer miles because it wasn't illegal back. And you've been listening to Bruce Rogers, chief executive officer and president at LM funding with Bloomberg's Mike creek and Paul Sweeney. And coming up what
Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States
"Let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president.
"united states navy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So again recapping ten year yield 2.59% S&P down 44 a drop of 1% I'm Charlie pallet that hit is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much Charlie Well joining us now is congressman Derek Kilmer a democratic lawmaker from the state of Washington Congressman thank you so much for taking the time to join us today I wanted to start off by asking a little bit about what Democrats need to do going forward It is 216 days until the midterms and while we don't know what happens this November we know that Democrats have control of the house at least until then What does your party need to do in the next 216 days Well it's good to be with you Emily I think the agenda for the rest of the year needs to focus on a few big pieces One passing a bipartisan innovation Bill and that's important in terms of securing our supply chains all of us are concerned about rising costs and the impacts that those costs have on our constituents And so an innovation bill that reduces costs and that creates jobs here in our country I think is a priority for us On top of that I think there's an opportunity to pass a budget reconciliation bill that will also lower costs the cost of healthcare the cost of prescription drugs and that will make important progress in tackling the climate crisis You also heard at the end of the president's State of the Union him speak about the presence speak about a unity agenda on key issues like opioids on mental health on curing cancer and helping our veterans The reality is Democrats and Republicans have a lot of common ground on those issues And I think we should answer the president's call by sending bills on those issues to his desk Congressman I have to hone in on that second point there The fact that you think there might still be a chance to get a reconciliation package done I know that the build back better as it once was is dead But I'm wondering at this point when you talk with your colleagues when you speak with your colleagues in the Senate where is the momentum at Could something get done this year And what would actually be a part of that package Well I think you saw a good example this last week when the House passed a bill focusing on lowering prices of insulin That's a good example of an area that actually got some bipartisan support I think there is bipartisan support and I think there is 50 votes for doing something related to prescription drug prices I think you've also seen broad support for taking action on climate and there's debate and discussion around what the specifics of that should be But from one side of the Senate democratic caucus to the other I think there's agreement on taking action on that issue So I think those are two big issues that could make a real difference There's others that I would like to see move forward as well But my hope is that we see as big and bold a plan as can pass Because frankly having continued debate without actually getting a puck into the net doesn't help my constituents So my hope is that we can see the House and the Senate work together and get something across the finish line Congressman what about the expanded child tax credit Is that just too expensive Should we rule that out for these reconciliation priorities Or is that still alive Well it's been a priority for the new Democrat coalition obviously it's been a priority for House Democrats We've seen the enormous benefit of it in a district like mine In the district I represent there's 121,000 kids who benefited from that expanded tax credit So I'd like to see that happen I think it's really important for reducing child poverty in our country You've seen what it's meant for the families that have benefited from it Most of them used it to pay for housing and to pay for food And just to keep the lights on And so I do think that is an important priority I'd like to see it move forward one way or the other Time will tell whether we'll whether that's something that's able to get 50 votes In the United States Senate Congressman you're also on House appropriations my personal favorite committee you guys actually have bills that always become law Where are the talks in the early stages and in particular yesterday we had Ken Calvert on who's on the defense subcommittee A lot of Republicans including him are talking about a defense spending increase He said around 9 to 11% where do you see that conversation on the defense versus non defense debate going and can you get off to a fast enough start to actually make progress this year I hope we get off to a fast start and to the credit of chair de lauro and the chairs of each of the subcommittees Nobody's waiting around As soon as the president's budget was put out you saw fast action to start having hearings We had been in multiple hearings for the last couple of weeks going into the specifics of the president's budget not just with regard to defense spending but with regard to the other priorities laid out in the presence in the president's budget Listen the reality is it's important for Congress to pass its spending bills on time Congress has not had a particularly good success rate on that over the last three decades But I had a meeting earlier today with some of the senior leadership of the United States Navy and they talked about just the negative impact it has for them In terms of planning in terms of procurement when Congress faces delays in passing spending bills on time they also talked about the negative impact it has for taxpayers because they see increase in some of those procurement costs if they're not able to have a full year to plan So we're not waiting the appropriations committee is doing its work for what it's worth this last year The house did its job early and got bills out not just of committee but out of the house early our hope and our intent and the process that we are undertaking is to once again do that And we'll definitely be following that process Congressman we only have about a minute left but I do want to quickly ask because you are the chair of the House modernization committee had a really interesting hearing today on what might happen if there was a major attack or disaster and a majority of Congress was incapacitated Is there something that Congress needs to do to protect itself from future disasters I think one of the clear things that came out of today's hearing was that Congress is not ready The status quo is inadequate And listen no one wants to imagine a future that doesn't involve them And so it's not fun to think about these awful worst case scenarios but it's important if we want to have a function in the United States House of Representatives I mean you heard Mike bishop during today's hearing testify the fact he was on the baseball field when whip scalise was shot And his comment was you know that could have been far more disastrous.
Rep. Michael Waltz: Our Money Is Funding the Threat of Communist China
"America needs a wake-up call An American people need to wake up to the fact and just a couple of data points The Chinese navy is now larger than the United States Navy More ships and newer ships They are launching more into space than the rest of the world combined including the United States They're on track to have a separate space station and a manned station on the moon Within the next decade that will all be militarized and prepared to attack the United States And just don't take it from us mark or even from me listen to president Z speeches where he has openly talking about replacing the United States as a global leader replacing capitalism and democracy with their form of socialism and communism as a superior system And they just launched a hypersonic weapon that is a first strike nuclear weapon that we can't defend against but the thing that has me so damn mad is they're doing it with our money It's our money that is funding their military build up their debt diplomacy their belt and road initiative or they're taking up power grids and ports and airports all over the world And between Wall Street between Hollywood between the sports industry our trade deficit which president Trump knew and got on top of it is historians are going to look back and say the American people and the American tax dollars funded their greatest adversaries So my call to action to so many is if you see made in China put it down I've reached out to my financial adviser and told them to divest I get us out of investing into the Chinese economy But we have a long way to
"united states navy" Discussed on E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"We discuss a polk. Rhea topics which we'd like to call smoke pit topics lose their real world topics. That concern is our marriage in our navy. Sailor twist so join us each week as we dive into the deep end blah. Three to one. Hey everyone welcome back to eat. Fourteen podcast i'm jeannie bread together. We are eat fourteen before we get started. Let me put the disclaimer back on the visa. Opinions are expressed in this podcast. Here those of our own and not united states navy or our respective commands. so all. y'all get pissed off. You can take it or leave it from the retired guy and introduce our guest today star gas. I'm gonna talk about this fall. It got got can't see her studio. We got pumpkins up lights up pumpkins good in housing like eight today. He has a super by and we still don't have a scene so it's like ninety here was not. This is my second year show etienne we have just let her hopefully soon. But i digress. Got with this atom from the average. Gi joe podcast. Thanks for joining us. Hey thank you for having me. I've been a fan of you guys since i started. You know i've been listening to you guys for a while now so i'm excited to be here. Yeah road i likewise super superstock having here. You're you're a former se. Two in the navy. I was tomahawk Nice so Settle combat systems got. Etf city no keep the old combat systems over there. He keeps us going a fix it. So where are you from originally from fresno california cool fresno new there. I'm right now. I'm in everett washington hang. Still representing the raiders. As on your head so ever of my first duty station. Lincoln at of everett washington Allied is nelson hundred years. Been there but i ended super under mount rainier. mount ranier the distance It was a retail. I had smoky. Point was near their arlington beautiful area. I'll still sailing around. Jesus was awarded a second class right here house available there. It's it's beautiful here. The pacific northwest i. I came out here. Non military related..
"united states navy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Fell on the radio K T. McFarland. United, former deputy National security advisor, author of Revolution Trump Washington and we, the people, Katie how awesome it is to have you on the program are welcome back and happy Tuesday to you. Always great to be with you, Joe. Thank you. Everything Well in your life, Katie on a personal level, all good. Everything is terrific. I'm about to be a grandmother for the sixth time in about two weeks, seventh time in about two months. That was all good. God bless you, girl. That's this is great. I'll tell you, you know, I was going to say you're too young. You're too young for that. But it's great, though, because you're young and you can play with the grandkids and everything. Which is nice. Yeah, I can babysit the grandkids is what happened. I got that. Isn't that the truth? So Katie. So Cuba can I start here and you know, we're very upset in New Jersey because we had a state trooper that was assassinated Warner Forster 1973. By Joanne Chesimard. She calls herself Asada Shakur and she seeked asylum. She sought asylum in Cuba as you got it, and we don't even address it now. The Biden administration doesn't even mention it. Can we get justice for Trooper Warner Foster, among other things that are happening in Cuba. Where are we with this? And how will this end up? You know, under this administration, Katie Well, Here's the sort of unintended consequence of the Biden administration's previous incarnation. The Obama administration when they opened, Um you know, context to Cuba and let tourists and and And sort of forgave Cuba for all of its previous sense of problem is as a result of that a lot of Cubans Saw what the outside world was seen. They saw how their cousins were living in Miami. They saw that they were they realized that they were in abject poverty Otherwise, before that, they've been cut off from the world. And so what it fostered in them was the sense of well, why don't we have those things and watching merit? So the protests that you're saying now and by the way, these are really significant protests there is spontaneous. It came all around the country. It wasn't just young people or poor people. It was all across the age group in socioeconomic status, and it was protesting communism and the incompetence of it. And the lack of freedoms that count the straw that broke the camel's back and send all these people to the streets was unbelievably mis handled were, um Covid response. So the Cubans who have a very poor public health system to start with when the pandemic kit, they refused to get aid, they refused vaccines. They were offered vaccines by the U. S by China by Russia but U N And they said no, no, no, we're going to develop our own Cuban vaccines. Well, you can imagine how that went. And so they've got these fail vaccines that they're administering to their own people. Meanwhile, the death count Is rising and their ability to deal with it in the public health setting is very, very minimal. So as a result of that people have really taken to the streets saying Basta enough and there's no you know, and their leadership. Cuba saying Well, the true revolution look, the true revolution in Cuba was 60 years ago. And the people who are marching on the streets are not 80 year olds. There 2030 year olds and they don't have They don't care about that stuff. They care about their their normal. What is my life like today? And so the government of Cuba There are no Castro's. Those guys are long dead. The government of Cuba is sending out thugs. Into the streets, but not unlike Iran to beat the people who were protesting. I think that this is the begin, if if the Biden administration encourages it, and I'm not saying send in any troops to say, make a couple of statements What should I say? We encourage this. We think it's really great. We really advocate democracy and freedom. We've been hoping for that for Cuba for 60 years, but you know, they finally sort of sent out a music mealy mouth statement yesterday, but Here's what we should do to help the Cuban pro democracy people is that the government has shut down the Internet. They shut down access to the World Wide Web so they can talk to each other. They can't talk to anybody outside. We have the ability to take down those walls pretty easily, and I think we should let the Cuban people talk to themselves and then let them do their own revolution. Which they seem to be ready to do. Yeah, Hopefully it will all turn out and you need to exactly what you're saying Katie, but it is puzzling to me. It's just the layman and nearly expert here, Katie is I look at Venezuela as he dollar bills in the street, because apparently, money doesn't mean anything down to Venezuela and Cuba. And yet you still have Bernie Sanders and you have the The squad talking about socialism like it's good. The only people who was only people are really in favour of socialism now around the United States Congress that's right here in the budget, frustration and teaching into high schools and colleges. Those were the only ones everybody else has tried it. That's on that For me. It's and we see it yet. It is so unnerving and you must have felt this when you were in the previous administration and you watch the news. And this is what just blows me away because again I went to school for radio and television. I'm not near as smart as you are Katie McFarland, But I studied journalism and television and radio and I know you have to be objective. I talk about that every single morning. I'm watching the news and they're virtually lying to us, and they won't speak the truth. About what? What happens when you absorb socialism when you absorb communism? It's the they're not teaching history in school about these things. You know they're not teaching history of school, or did you walk over? Oh, and it accepted. It makes sense. This is crazy. I mean, I've just I've just been reading before you called. I just was reading, um are devastating report on the condition of the United States Navy. And it's a Devastating report. It was anonymous interviews of naval officers current and former naval and listed and said, Well, do you think we're ready to fight the next war? And and there's like 95% of them, and they were able to do it unanimously, not in the chain of command. So you were getting the truth. And they said, Look, the focus on the cultural issues. The woke ism stuff has been at the expense. Focus on how to fight and win wars. That's the same thing we're having in our schools to focus on the other stuff. Now that you shouldn't mention. I mean, of course, it's an issue, but it's not the only issue. But it's coming at the expense of teaching kids history or literature or Shakespeare's is debt. And so why study him? I mean, it's to me it's just really loony. A will pay the price. Yes, we will. And it seems like we're paying it already. KT McFarland Joe on the radio Afghanistan, Katie, if we may you know, we stepped away with. I know President Trump on it to step away as curious to hear your taking on it. Because, uh, now jihad China seems to be moving everywhere. This is scary. The Communists are moving in, like everywhere. But but you're comfortable with us getting out of Afghanistan and and just getting out of that fray over there. Are you sitting down at 20 years ago, But we in three months after September 11th we organized a brilliant military campaign to destroy Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, and we did. In three months by December of 2000 and one they were down to like I'm 152 100, ragtag. Are Al Qaeda fighters, including Osama bin Laden, who was out of they run a rickety bus and he wrote his last will and testament. They thought they were going to die, and somehow they managed to To sort of escape our clutches and flee over the mountains from Afghanistan into Pakistan. And so the decision at the time made by who knows the Bush administration, the Afghans who knows made the decision not to follow them in hot pursuit into the tribal regions of that. Pakistan. I mean, I would have followed him in and finished him off. What do they do know the decision was able to stay in Afghanistan. They will build it into a modern state and we're going to make it Al Qaeda proof. We're going to make it into a modern democracy and a thriving economy so that al Qaeda can't come back and make a foothold. Was one of the dumbest strategic decisions because we were never going to win a war in Afghanistan. The Afghan don't want it. You know, maybe they They fought Alexander the great they Ganga's can't have the Buddhists. In the fifth century, there's a valley in Afghanistan called a Bamian Valley, and you can see all the different empires. Came to that one valley and couldn't succeed. So We're leaving Good. The Chinese are coming in. Good luck because very big black two things. They want the mind. They want to mine minerals, and they want to create a road to link Asia and the Pacific a trade route. Can you imagine as Afghan tribesmen they're going to sabotage that every single night. Yeah. Yeah..
Admiral Michael M. Gilday Defends Racist Critical Race Theory for U.S. Navy
"Admiral Department of Defense undertook the stand down because they understand that extremism detracts from military readiness. So if sailors except Candies argument that America and the United States Navy are fundamentally racist. As you've encouraged them to do. Do you expect that to increase or decrease morale and cohesion or even recruiting into the United States? Navy? I do know this. Our strength is in our diverse Nobody said our strength is in our diversity You smell If our strength is in our diversity, Why are you proposing racist reading material? For our Navy. Candy. This is amazing. Kenny doesn't believe our strength is in our diversity. This is Marxism. They don't believe in diversity of thought. Diversity of anything If you disagree with them, whatever your race. Here is the enemy. He doesn't believe in diversity. In fact, as I've explained before it as well discuss much greater length in about three weeks. They reject Martin Luther King. They reject the civil rights movement. They reject Brown versus Board of Education. That's what Derek Bell taught. One of the more modern So called icons of critical race theory. And this admiral is pushing this pushing it.
"united states navy" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They're going to eat their own. they always do they. They come for their own. And you know this is getting so pervasive. Now the pentagon there was an awkward hearing with the chief of naval operations in washington. Listen to this guy. He is thoroughly indignant. That republicans don't like them teaching Critical theory it's admiral michael kildee. He is the chief of naval operations grilled before a congressional committee on the critical race theory. They're forcing cadets to learn you. Kennedy's book states that capitalism is essentially racist and kennedy is clear that racism must be eliminated so yes or no. Do you personally consider advocating for the destruction of american capitalism to be extremist. Here's what. I know congressman so yes racism in the united states navy. Admiral you recommend every sailor in the united states navy. Read this book so yes or no. I'm not forcing anybody to read the book. It's on a recommended reading lists admiral. Did you read the book. I did okay and in college. Kandy stated that white people are a different breed of humans and are responsible for the aids virus. Yes or no. Do you personally consider the conspiracy that white people started aides to extremist belief. Sir i'd have to understand the context is somebody made. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna admiral. This is a book that you recommend. Every in the united states navy very picked quotes from. Somebody's book i'm gonna do that. This is a bigger issue than kennedy's book. What this is really about is trying to paint the united states military in this case the united states navy is weak as woke. Ed kind of getting that way. Isn't it one last clip. You're listening to this one. So if sailors. Except kennedy's argument that america and the united states. Navy are fundamentally racist as. You've encourage them to do. Do you expect that to increase or decrease morale and cohesion or even recruiting in the united states navy. I do know this. Our strength is in our diversity in our sailors understand. That race is a very racism in the united states is a very complex issue. What we benefit from is an open discussion about those issues that we don't try to ignore it a rewrite it but we actually have a discussion about it. And they'll be various views. And i trust sailors will come and and to an understanding of hopefully separating fact from fiction agreeing or disagreeing with kennedy in this case and come to hopefully very useful conclusions about how to treat each other in the united admiral. Why why did you put this book on. The reading list recommended that every single united states sailor read it. Because i think it's really important to consider a variety of us remember. You said you read this book. What part of. This book is redeeming and and qualifies as something that every every sailor critical about his own journey as an african american in this country. What he's experienced. Let me ask you again admiral. Do you expect that. Say after sailors. Read this book that says that the united states navy racist that we will increase or decrease morale cohesion and recruiting race into the united states navy. I think will be better navy from having open honest conversations about racism.
Project Sealab 1 Summary Report - Part 1
"Way back in the nineteen sixties when i was growing up most of us were intently focused on the space race in one thousand nine hundred sixty four. The united states was making the transition from the mercury program to the gemini program and there really wasn't allowed manned spaceflight going on that year but there was another amazing exploration going on in interspace natwest project lab. One well i didn't know a great deal about c. lab until i started doing some research for the segment. I did hear on the show about scott carpenter. I did read. Ben held hells worst book about c. lab and that gave me a really good understanding of the magnitude of the entire c. Lab project both one two and three. And as i was doing more research i came across a report from the office of navel research. And it's the project sea labs summary report so today. I wanna start two part series on this report in part one today. I'll take you through the report up until the c. Lab one habitat is placed in position and then in part to a couple of weeks from now will review the mission some of the findings and conclusions by the project sea labs. Some report is subtitled. An experimental eleven day undersea saturation dive at one. Hundred and ninety three feet and report is dated june fourteenth nineteen sixty five for anyone looking for the report you might want to search on n r report. Ac are one zero eight. It's not that long to sixty two pages now. The copy. I got had a stamp on the cover. Then indicated. hard copies of the report would cost three dollars while microfiche would be seventy five cents and the copy was also stamped. Archived copy of this report are ha o.'neil from the office of navel research. Gif bond captain united states navy from the united states naval medical research. Laboratory are eland. Fear lieutenant commander. Us n. office of navel research and t odum of the mind defense laboratory in the preface pen by rear admiral. Leighton he says project sea lab one was the navy's first step into space. He also states that this report is being published by the navy so that all may share the information it is interesting to note that the background section of the report the authors do reference the work being done by captain shot cousteau and mr edwin a link and that was on their man in the sea concept they they stated indeed. The navy seems to be left at the post by the well-publicized efforts of captain cousteau and mr link. So it sounds like there's a little bit of sour grapes. Their report goes on to describe a december nineteen sixty three conference with the navy's bureau of ships where they obtained support for a c. lab now at that conference. They decided that the mine defense laboratory would build a habitat needed to select a location and they had five critique criteria for the selection one was the prospect of good weather too was good visibility. Three was a level bottom for was moderate water. Temperatures at depth and five was the general features of ocean graphic and marine biology biological interest. Now the site that they selected was argus island off of bermuda by march of nineteen sixty four all the appropriate approvals were obtained and they were often running and the operations were supposed to be conducted in the summer of one thousand nine hundred sixty four now. The mine defense laboratory selected an old experimental minesweeping float. Now the report has quite a few pictures and illustrations in it. Unfortunately the pictures are really not that great because of this. Pdf being produced either from a microphone. Show old old dot copiers but the stations are pretty good. Particularly the architectural drawings of c. lab won both the plan view and the cross section views by marched by may nineteen sixty four. C. lab was ready for sea trials off panama city. Florida on may twenty second nineteen sixty four. It was towed out to sea and sank uncontrolled and flooded over half full of seawater. Fortunately there were no injuries. The habitat was lifted. Towed back dried out and ready for another try on may twenty six this time with success. The previous incident was attributed to a misunderstanding of line handling waters by july. They were in bermuda and ready to sink. C. lab on july fourteenth. They again had issues because of the three to five foot swells and the yard patrol boat that they were using just wasn't powerful enough like chief brody said in jaws. I think you're gonna need a bigger boat. Well in this case. It was a crane that they took from bermuda. The reach the report details the adventure of getting c. lab on the bottom but they finally did an after getting everything hooked up and twenty four hour checkout on monday july twentieth. One thousand nine hundred sixty four at seventeen thirty five. That's five thirty five pm for you. Civilians c. lab one was manned by robert e. less anderson robert a barth sanders w manning and robert e thompson. Now what were the conditions like on c. lab interesting. The report says see lab proper dry inhabitable atmosphere satisfactory temperatures. Seventy eight degrees chilly. Water supply water not available heaters operable. Tv monitor not hooked up properly. Hot water heaters not operating refrigerator not operating co two scrubbers satisfactory. Electro writer. Satisfactory calibrated microphones not functioning. Crass burgo two meters satisfactory lights satisfactory. So you can see. There was still a lot of things that needed to be repaired. So i had to do was fixed everything that wasn't working and then complete their mission so in part to this series i'll take you through the mission the findings and conclusions from project sea lab some report of nineteen sixty five americas first journey into interspace. And that will be next time here on scuba shack
"united states navy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But go say, Welcome America. That is, it means Admiral Stavridis joins us. Retired former Admiral in the United States Navy former commander of the Allied Supreme Command of NATO and of Southern command. Good morning, Admiral. How are you this morning? One. Well hew down here in Florida. All good. Well, I've got three stories free today that I love you to get your comment on in Southern command days. I would assume hey, was in your jurisdiction. Was it or was it not? Oh, of course, and I've been there many, many times. Well, it's plunged into a constitutional crisis, the latest whenever we talk about Haiti, it's never good news, right And they are having convulsions over whether or not the president is the president. What are we to do on? Are you following the story and what ought we to do? Because it seems that Haiti is one of the commentators in the Washington Post story says is Somalia in our hemisphere? Yeah. I think it is not anywhere near as bad as Somalia. For starters, it doesn't export terrorism the way Somali does it sort of base for al Shabaab Big Islamic radical terrorist group, so Let's keep it in perspective. It is a very unlucky country, and every time Haiti starts to get traction, something bad always happens. And sometimes it's a natural disaster. You'll recall the big earthquake back in 2009 or so you'll recall, the waves of Colorado swept through it. But above all, it has political term. What Which brings us to the moment? Yes, I'm following this story. They have a president who is claiming that he should be able to stay another year in office. Because the start of his term got delayed politically it Zoe fabricated argument. It has no bearing here is what we ought to do. We should only start with what we should not. We should not. Intervene militarily in any way you'll recall if you wave a long history of the century of intervening in Haiti. It's a bad thing. Militarily. We got to go to the organization of American States headquarters is right there in Washington. It's the many United Nations from the hemisphere. They are to take this problem on and by the way, if we need He's keeping troops. The president is there to send Brazilians and Chileans that who was in Haiti, keeping the peace after some of these natural disasters, So stay out of it. It is unilateral act. In a way, yes, working within the atmosphere. So there is no doubt in your mind that the claim of the incumbent president who yesterday had 23 people arrested is an illegitimate claim. And so we need. It's always important at the beginning of this to get our moral bearings right? It is the incumbent president who has the illegitimate club claim. That is my view. Based on what I have seen in press reporting, I have not died in to this one at a classified level. As you know, I still hold a security clearance. But I've seen no classified information. But I've seen nothing in the open press that would, in my view, lend support to his claim or his legitimacy. Okay. And then, if that is the case, we have toe. We have to actually lean on the OS to do their job because we do not want pretenders like Maduro and other places to get Legs. I mean, that's how authoritarian regimes begins with the initial send the original sin. That's exactly right. And you'll recall around the time you and I were graduating from college in the late seventies early eighties, otherwise known as 1.2 million years ago in those days In those days, almost every nation in this hemisphere south of the United States was a dictatorship Normally a military dictatorship that's been turned around other than Nicaragua. Arguably, Obviously it has not turned around in Cuba and has not turned around in Venezuela. We don't want to add Haiti to the list of back sliders. All right now, let's go to the second one. Iran launched a new rocket yesterday. Tehran to rock It features a key component scene in I C B M Right now they have ballistic missiles, they do not have intercontinental ballistic missiles. How significant and what's it do to the Biden team's approach? Do you think when Secretary Blinken and the president sit down to talk about this? It is significant and it really is just about range. You could make the argument by the way that some of Tehran's missiles are already intercontinental in that they can reach Portions of southeastern Europe from Iran. But let's let's park that and simply say this is going to increase the range the accuracy the legality of there. Long sweet of missiles. So what it should do, in my view for the president and for Secretary Tony Blinken, who I know very well both of them and I think they will do this. It's a flashing yellow light. It means Hey, let's slow down, and frankly, I have said on your show many times. The last thing in the world we want to do is simply jump back into the old Iran nuclear deal. We ought to go slow. We got to see, for starters, see Iran comeback in compliance with the deal in the president has said that and so has Secretary Blinken, but I would argue, Let's not go to Tehran. Let's go to Brussels. Let's get a line it with our allies. And then go collectively to Tehran. And re negotiate this deal in the Iranians are not gonna like that. They're gonna make a lot of payout of Hey, broken agreement and etcetera, etcetera Dave elections coming in June, which will complicate all this. My advice is go slow here. Eventually, we're gonna have to get a new deal. This is another good indicator that simply jumping back in the old one. Not a good idea. The post reports Until negotiations start, Iran is racing to build leverage and dissuade any American ambition to curtail its conventional missile program, according to Fabian Hinn's An independent, open source intelligence analyst with expertise and missiles. Quote. This was a very, very clear message by the Iranians that they're advancing, and they can build longer range stuff that they want to. They want to show that if you put pressure on our missiles, we can react. Well, of course they can react. That doesn't mean we don't put pressure on their missiles. Do you think we ought to demand that the missiles be included in any new deal, Admiral? I would certainly put that up front as one of two major conditions in any deal. In addition to the nuclear the two new conditions have to be controls on their long range missile systems as you just mentioned And the other one is their activities all around the region supporting rebels in Yemen, supporting radical elements in the Iraqi political system. Their pressure on his bollocks which drives up pressure on to Israel. So there are two new things if you will, that we're just gonna have to negotiate with the Iranians. And yes, they're trying to build leverage. Showing us longer range missiles. What else are they do it? They just sees the South Korean tanker and have held it now for some weeks on a fake claim of environmental damage, they're going to continue to show they can control the strait of her moves. They can launch wrong ring missiles. I wouldn't be surprised to see a cyber attack, perhaps against Saudi oil field. Another drone attack has occurred a year and a half ago against Saudi oil field. That's their idea of leverage bad behavior. They're taking a page out of Kim Kim's playbook in North Korea. And it's not smart, because it is not gonna pay off for them in negotiations that was Secretary Pompeo's argument all along that all we asked him to be is a normal country. They act in ways that no other normal country accents all we want them to do so if they actually if the Biden Blinken team negotiated on that basis, I wouldn't have an objection to an agreement that got those three things done because then they'd be a normal regime..
"united states navy" Discussed on Go All In
"Think you could go on this podcast for like ours if we really wanted to. So this may not a lot of fun hanging out with you for an hour so here and if you'd be so inclined to weed what you back to do one interrail around leadership because i think that's a really important topic to cover. Would you be that absolutely one hundred percent. I would truly be an honor to come back to your show rob awesome. What's next few. What's on the horizon. Few you back in japan you've got a couple of years to rotate through. There is some fun things at the olympics. You mentioned that is going ahead as well. That sounds exciting. Yes i knock on what. I truly hope. It happens this summer. Because i would love to go i actually. One of my friends is competing in the uk and Weightlifting there might be some might still be holding in my american flags in the uk section. I hope to go that actually right now. A couple of things. I'm working on is reading a book. It's something that has been on my mind. A lot of people have asked me inquired about it. So we have that going on. And then also just really. Just building my network with podcasts. Because i love listening to podcasts. I don't even listen to the radio anymore having for years. It's what i listened. When i cook when i'm getting ready and i truly hope that i'm able to travel that outside of japan that actually come down to your neck because i have some great people in australia that i would love love to reconnect with all. That's awesome and when you come down here my she looked me up and we'll look after you take you out in In russia around. I would love to show the city wonderful. Thank you so much. It's my absolute pleasure so Is there anything that we left out on today's podcast. He wanted to cover. 'cause we covered a lot of ground. We talked a lot of different things. That i just wanted to give you a chance to To to pop in there that we might have left up. You know something that i would. I would tell full. That is always helped me be very successful and even today is you know. I have a couple of quotes or words that i have for the year. And that's really what's helped me stay focused on my goals but one of the things that is always kind of maybe is dr seuss. He's definitely a children's book story and wanting he said that i learned from my father is always remember. You are braver than you believe. Stronger than you seem smarter than you think. Twice as beautiful as you ever imagined. And i think that's something that needs to be said. And not just to the young women that i meet in my life like your daughter but so many others especially during the time that we have on right now in our new world as navigating to what will be hopefully a better and more healthier and safer place. Yeah that's a beautiful beautiful sentiment. The trend if there's if someone wants to connect with you and reach out with you. What's the best way to do that. So they're several ways they can reach me. What is at my email. Which is dr. Karen devon at gmail.com. Our instagram which is dr. Karen devon st our c. o. r. n. e. n. or facebook dr karen devon. I do have a youtube channel. That i am slowly building that i hope to watch some day but being in the military there is a lot of rules and regulations that i have to go by so in the meantime on those three areas that i just mentioned i or the best way to reach me and i'd love to connect help you but any questions about pageants dentistry orthodontics life in the navy. You name it. i'm. I'm more than happy to share the resources and the people that helped me get to where i'm at today. That's good stuff in always gentlemen just taking a little picky your phone and all of the links to connect with carina right there in the show notes. He wouldn't to go digging around in google for the monopoly on therefore you as well so if you want to reach out my you connect with her and lock was if you want to connect with major head over to the golden website and you can send me a message through the contact page there or you can connect with me via the instagram world. As well my handle is our brought. Seven seven sent me a message. There get back to you. A right over there dr korean pleasure to host you. He on the goal in podcast. Thank you so much for your energy. Thank you so much for your love of life and your wisdom and knowledge always like to give my the paternity for the potting commit a final piece of wisdom from korean. What have you got frustrated. I remember every day is a new day and no matter what the days before each day will just be better and just think of how you bring the world a better part of you. So that's what i would say. Beautifully said thanks again for coming on we look forward to speaking with you soon as burnell.
"united states navy" Discussed on Go All In
"You starting to get there. Can you remember what that was. Yes so in dental school. When i master taking oral exams and dr goblets told me a little trick of covering the multiple choice and writing the answer all of a sudden. I went from failing every single midterm to graduating from dental school. It's like it just started clicking and residency was the same way in just so people know in residency programs especially in the military. There was three branches of service army air force navy which they all have their own culture. I was the only female in the program. And i had faculty that didn't care how early in the morning late at night. It was like drinking out of a fire. It was a whole new way of learning. But i remembered once it clicked that i remember material when i say it out loud or put in different colors. It was just like oh my gosh. That was like the missing link and it just felt so good. It felt like all that hard work all that blood sweat and tears along the way really made a difference. And and i've had it in different points inven- training giving any pageants or you know facing A leadership hurdle and. it's also learned to be very introspective. You if you ask for people's opinions astra people so be prepared. They're going to be really critical of you. And you know what you just gotta sit there and listen as hard as you want to jump in and say. Oh well. I had this going on life or know i was not feeling one hundred now. Just take him because you know what they are taking time to help. You be better and that to me is huge. It's when your credit stop talking to. That's when i kind of get worried. Like do they not care or something more speed doing you know it. it's tough. I love it when people can give me some really great constructive criticism and makes me feel like. They want me to do better. And i want to do better. Yeah it's beautifully said and it's and it's i think it's such a strong and solid remind you such great way of articulating The message that i'm trying to get out of you there in in the answer. That question beautifully. I just think that you shoot the human mind and your potential as an individual is boundless. You have so much and so much to give but you seem to be constrained by all of these outside influences in the world and like you said when you when the penny dropped for you and you were just you were learning and you will just reciting combination units. Bang bang bang. It's such an empowering feeling to have that. I think we forget as people we get caught up in the minutiae of decided i activity in life. That you are incredibly powerful creator and you can do. It doesn't matter who you are away from your education standards. You can do any think that you apply your mind to with determination application and the rotman and the right people around you you can do whatever it is that you wanna do so going all in committing to something. Yeah it can be scary yet can be really hard but whatever you apply your mind to. You can't and i think for some reason in this this world where everybody is wrapped in cotton wool. And everybody's offended by everything else. This can be forgotten thing. It's people seem to have forgotten that stole the offense in amongst all of these craziness that we have going on in our world but how many if you just concentrate on yourself you can achieve amazing things and that's a real gripe reminded that you've you've shared with us. Thank you for that if somebody was listening to you here on the front end of the podcast and they well. It's all good for you. York monitoring navy and you'll sifi down the road with your career on just kicking off. And i'm just starting if somebody's standing on the precipice of a giant commitment like you had to mike with dental school. What would you say to them to encourage them. Well if they want to go to dental school. I would tell them no. They're why know why they really wanted to do it. And make sure they re they're like totally invested into it because there's going to be a time where they're gonna wanna give up. There was times. I want to give up an anyone along. The journey is going to give up and they need something to remind themselves. And i would definitely say in residency. Some of the best advice i got was from my big sister. My big brother is that were here ahead of me is like even if you feel the the world is against you know that there is a hundred people that would give the right arm to be in that spot. There's all these people that would immediately take your spot in line and you're also getting paid more than any president of the country and accruing time and serving our military so there is all these positive things wade out that one off day or that one bad day because let's be honest. We all have rough and crazy weeks. We all have days at just winner bride. I would be lying if i was not immune to that but it's more just hey acknowledge it is what it is washed. Marlton new day. And i'm going to start on a new foot and i think that's normal. That's being human and even with covert there things at some times. Get me down. I'd be lying to say that you know every day wasn't like you know roseanne sunshine but yeah it's definitely a real thing for sure it's beautifully said one of the things that Men from all cultures all over the world and as a side issue. Of course. I caused like that especially being a mild dominated environment. A lot of guys Filed to recognize when they need to ask for help particularly when they've committed to something and the they're out there in the public. I'm going to do this. And i'm gonna win and i'm gonna and they're struggling with. It may have been embarrassing for a guy to an ego. Gets in the way where gosh are are really need some help here and often men don't know how put their hand up and ask for help when i should and often white to light if you just have offer some help and some assistance or some mental shape earlier on in the process. She'd be so much better off than where you are right now. And one of the things that i've learned and i'd love to hear your thoughts on this as well is to ask not ask for help early and often but just to have conversations often with the people that are going through the same things as you at the same time you going through them and that way. It doesn't feel like the this little thing that's happening to you right now. He's not going to snowball out of control into something. That's a real problem for you in a week's time it's a little thing. Now you can address that you can share it with one of your friends. A trusted partner. Somebody that you you can confide in. And i think that's a really sensible y to aas help particularly when things when the decision making processes hard or maybe you feel like you're egos in the line a little bit. You've got to have the right people around. Europe one hundred per se. If you show me the five people who surround with. I will show you your future and something that i always like to do for you. Know everyone that i lead is have an open door and i always ask them if they wanted to have the conversation between us versus allowing their leading petty officer. Senior enlisted leader know about it. And if they do grain if not then it stays in these walls. And i feel that when people know that their information going to be broadcast. It's not going to be shared. Sometimes they can be a bit more oddest. And i always tell people if you wanna come to me and it's about you but you don't wanna make it about you. Just say to your friend say it's a family members. Say it's a cousin. I won't know probably could really could be your brother your sister. That's going through this. You don't even have to make it about you. And i'm more always. I'm always willing to listen and kind of find a way. Because there's everything is figure out. There is nothing in this world that cannot be figured out we are in the middle of a pandemic and there's how many hundreds of exhibitions that are getting ready to be given. I mean it's just the science behind. Some of the stuff is just incredible just and honestly it took a pandemic for some of that technology right and so what does that tell you in a world. Where sometimes people also. There's always a way to figure out and no matter. How small and insignificant maybe. Yeah beautifully beautifully. Said i just wanna to pull on that leadership thread there in this segment of the show because as a commander in the united states navy. You're in a reasonably senior role there. and your as you mentioned you were department head you dealing a lot of people. Many people are in your department at the moment thirty. I believe we have a staff of seventy eight or clinic. I'd have to double check the exact numbers but it's anywhere between twenty five.
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"To the input costs how you doing today. I'm doing marvelous. Thank you so much for having me on your show. I'm delighted to be here very. Welcome and you darling. In from whereabouts on this crazy planet of evil kuni japan. I'm currently stationed at marine corps. Air station cooney at it is super bowl. even though it's money super bowl sunday for a lot of my americans watching the game right now. I saw that has happened. It just started about an hour ago. So we'll see. If the kansas city chiefs are able to fend their super bowl championship ear and number two in a row soap. We'll find out in a few hours. Well that's an absolute american tradition. That is celebrated pretty heavily. He down under in australia. I'm not sure that you realize that. But there's a lot of people that take a day off work go. What's the foot in the pub in the middle of the day. That's what we call it. He fully right. So i don't know that a lot of americans actually know that. Is that something of a tradition in your household or is that something you did with your growing up as well actually. It wasn't so much of a tradition. It really dependent on who the teams work because either my family was very engaged. If it was the team they wanted or they were very boycotting the teams who are. But you know you'll find in america that you have someone like tom brady. Who was part of the new england patriots and well now. He switched to another team. So you know. I guess it depends on where your allegiance lies. If it's the actual city work the team or if it's certain players that you just admire have you got an allegiance to the. She is teams at all. And i don't actually i feel bad saying it's the honest truth. I have not been living. United states for the last four years so football for me is more soccer than actually throw in an actual football. But i think that's true in most parts of the world. Have you been japan full. I've actually have only been here for about four and a half months but it's my second time here. So the last time i was here was based in yokosuka japan which is in the greater tokyo area with the navy. And so this time. I get it be with the marina an air squad and it's just marvelous. I mean every day if you looked outside my window here he would actually get quite a bit of an air show if joss s thirty five. What's what's going on out there. All of the above anything you can imagine The cag- that carrier air group deploys out of here and it goes up with the usa's ronald reagan when they go out on their missions but when they come home you definitely hear it and see it on a day to day basis. And what's it like. Leaving in japan is they must be. Well used to you in that part of the world where you are. Do you enjoy it. Are you learning a little bit of language. Some culture from las time to remember. It'll yeah so my japanese is go. She's so if you were here. I would say ohio seimas geeky jessica. What talk show karen son and i definitely say i love being tall at five foot three. That is tall here in japan and blonde hair blue eyes. I'm definitely a flashlight. So the people. I can't blend into say my life but they are respectful kind. they're so welcoming. There's something that. I feel that i definitely learn and always miss when i leave this country. It's a beautiful place. I in the royal navy in non and ninety four one of the very first trips. That are join hydrolyzed. Brisbane in singapore so i was lucky enough to fly up to asia joining singapore and it was at the time when they finish the exercise. So all of the work related stuff had finished. Aim we were gone just on a flag-waving junk it as you do. When you're in the navy go from puerto bought and we were in a different port. Every couple of days and one of the we went to was nagasaki and all of the history and what will to and all that sort of stuff and what happened there and always like wow. This is conical and nagasaki isn't a very southern of japan. And you kind of you drive right up the river and you poke at the very end of. Its kind of like a cul de sac. You feel like that's what it sort of reminded me of that. I remember up being alongside their in nagasaki and and kind of just finishing work for the diane laying on the guardrails of the ships and we were Unloading the ship and taking out all the fruit and veg. And we'd had everything that you could possibly imagine on worship as it is you. You know you've been at say and all the locals were they. Were marveling at all of the watermelons and all the fruit and veg that we had because at the time it was so expensive in japan for those things and we were giving them some stuff and whatnot and i was leaning on the guardrail. the Talking to some of the locals or attempting to as a young blog and this comes over and he goes is completely japanese looking fellow. And you guys get. I write how you going watch. What could i hell. And he turns out. He was from melbourne. he grew up in milwaukee. Each family was from australia and he'd gone back to japan to visit some of his family and he was so hospitable and he took us around negga sake and he took us out for dinner and he did all these things that i can remember. Just thinking this guy has come down to the ward tomato. Australia more shape to say hello to some people he found some random silos took out on the on the cans and we were drinking beer and drinking sake and doing all sorts of stuff and i just remember thinking what an incredible place in never encountered that anywhere else in the world. When i was in ninety it was just amazing. And it's so true. I have so many japanese people who've helped me where i dropped my wallet or i couldn't hold something open. And they don't know me or anything but they will stop what they're doing to help you and in fact consciously say goeman side which means i'm sorry which is why are you sorry. I'm be irresponsible one. I'm not paying attention to what i'm doing so it's quite it's quite marveling at how they are just always. They always think of others before themselves. They're always insensitive service so there's something to be said by their society. It's a beautiful culture. Now you've been fortunate enough to travel the world With your family when you a bit younger 'cause you wav as well but for yourself as well as their ever stand standout place on this crazy planet that we live on your main always love to ask people that have traveled the world like you have because you go to places in the navy and are no because i was in an ivy that you just wouldn't pay money to visit and sometimes they are the most exotic exotic beautiful unexpected places that you've ever been to on the planet end of couple of those that are people from time-to-time be interested to hear what you will went up. I would say would probably be the ones that were very unexpected. Bit also very fascinating between the history and cambodia learned about the killing fields. I wonder how inker what is not one of the seven wonders of the world with its history. And its background with the hindu religion and in thailand. I really enjoy going to shame my at side of bangkok. I mean that was just a city full of so much culture so much life. And i just couldn't believe how grateful they were. We remembered giving. I remember giving my tourists that we are tour guide given her like three thousand bought which is really equivalent about thirty dollars and she wouldn't accept it. After being our tour guide for week it was too much money. She wouldn't accept it. Which for you. And i were like thirty dollars. That's that's not even a full meal someplace. Like if anything i feel like i should give you more and so both those places i would love to go back especially thailand and just see more of the history and experience the food. I mean the food there. You'll have some of the most exotic fruits and vegetables you've ever had and i believe in cambodia. We got pretty adventurous with their pellets. We just made sure it wouldn't kill us but we had an and frogs and spiders and all sorts of stuff and we just like. Oh it taste like chicken or are we just at least tell ourselves because we really wanted to fully immerse ourselves in the whole experience there. I love it. That's really cool. I think many australians listening to this podcast job. A well familiar with thailand. That's one of favorite holiday destinations. He australia bali and talk. Did you have you managed to. Have you gone to bali before. I haven't that's on my list sped. I'm waiting for uncle. Sam having to leave japan right now before before i can do that posting loss rotate. In and out for actually. They're they're usually two years and some much italy my previous tour. I was there for three years. Which was the first time. I've ever had a full tour because of the nature of my job. I'm a board certified orthodontist. I've actually moved about seven times in the last fourteen years with the military. So i never get a chance once.
"united states navy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"26 year old Rufer and amateur mixed martial arts fighter. Who is raising the two year old granddaughter. The president has never met. You see, he's raising the Joe Biden's bastard grandchild. As his own. But Joe Biden has never met the child. And if you ask Joe Biden how many grandchildren he has. He just gets a confused look on his face, and he looks around, hoping that somebody will hold up a number of fingers for him. Behind the questioner. Something like that. But this is exciting. I couldn't be happier for them. President Joe Biden won the election. He was surrounded by his beloved family. His wife, Jill, Of course, his daughter, Ashley, son Hunter and his wife and baby Bo. That's right, and his five other grandchildren. His seventh grandchild was nowhere in sight. Perhaps because Hunter has made it brutally clear he wants nothing to do with the toddler daughter he had with former stripper. After their brief Trist in 2017, You know how brief it was. Do you have any idea how debris just just getting but London Roberts and two year old Navy Joan? Maybe Joan kinda like Davy Jones. But Navy like the United States Navy. Have a new man in their corner. Hunky cage fighter who's raising the adorable little girl as his own? The daily mail can exclusively reveal you see, Princeton Foster is the name of the young man. He looks like a fine young man. 26 year old Rufer and ripped amateur M. M A fighter has been secretly dating London since 2018. I think there might be some kind of a child support arrangement in there. I wonder if the money is going straight from the Chinese Communist Party into their bank account. Er, maybe someone in Moscow and oligarchy is funneling money. So the bastard grandchild of Joe Biden and the bastard son Excuse me, daughter of.
"united states navy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sands. Just the ship. Welcome back America to you at that music means I'm joined by Admiral James Stavridis. He retired United States Navy. Former Allied supreme Commander of NATO also former head of Southern command. Good morning, Admiral. How are you? I'm doing well here and I want you to note that I am wearing a sweater under my sport coat. And I'm doing that in solidarity with those in the Northeast today. Since down here in Florida, it'll probably hit 65 anyway, so I feel for everybody up there. I feel time in California where it's gonna be 70 today and I agree with you. We should be in solidarity with our friends in the Northeast. Admiral. I want to do two things. First. I want you to explain your column. Trump got a space for its Biden should get a cyber for us. I agree with that explain what it is. And then my tweet on it is that it's an excellent idea. Which of the president, the secretary of defense and the White House chief of staff embrace It could be part of reconciliation or part of a compromise provided that the DJ Hopey hawks get a top line add to the D O D to pay for it. So the Florida York Let's start with Cyber S O think about the world today and all of those devices that are connected to the Internet. In 2011, there were only seven billion same number of devices connected to the Internet as people on the planet 2011. Let's go forward 10 years where we are today, close to 50 billion devices or on the Internet, and that's great. Right. I'm holding up my iPhone. I can use it to open my garage door from 1000 Miles away. That's great. But those 50 billion devices you are an enormous threat surface. It is the means. By which nation states criminal gangs. Terrorists will infiltrate our society, steal our money break down our infrastructure. Lock up our ability to land airplanes on and on and on. So massive vulnerability that is only increasing. We're going to see billions and billions. Hundreds of billions of devices connected to that world Wide Web, the Internet. So how do we guard it? We need a cyber force. In my view, that's a highly professional. Relatively small, I'd say maybe 10 to 15,000 cyber warriors out of, you know, 1.5 million in the Department of Defense. But here's the key. Hugh, like the Air Force is focused like a laser beam on flying airplanes, and the space force is focused on a laser beam like a trajectory on space. We need a similar team. Small elite. Think of them as the seals of cyber who can focus entirely from the minute they walk in the door at their service Academy. They're focused on cyber. They're learning coding. They're getting ready. They have that military ethos, and they're also predispose. I'll finish here that they're predisposed. To conduct their operations with the private sector because you can't defend that vast surface area with just military capability. This is not for Apache. In the Amazon server farm. This is working with the private sector. So government interagency, our cyber force. In our private sector, gonna have to work together because the threat surfaces so big. That's the fundamental rationale for this. They would also I imagine be joint by nature, meaning that they're cross purposes, cross services, but I go back to my old OPM days and I had a fellow is my deputy director. And I was the lawyer and I replaced him when he left who had come from China Lake and he always used to argue. We gotta have a different pay scale for China, like physicist or they're gonna leave. And I actually think the cyber force when they get set up is gonna have to have a different pay scale because you're gonna be competing against Silicon Valley types who will just try and buy them, Admiral. And so from the start, if you recognize that you can set it up coherently. Absolutely correct, And frankly, we do this already. You may or may not know this in the medical world. We pay additional additional pay scale. Two physicians, nurse practitioners who have very specific skill set so their mechanisms to do this, and here's the really good news. I don't think it would have to be Silicon Valley pay scales these air still going to be American patriots, who want to serve for the same reason I wanted to go, Dr Destroyers. Or AH, Nathan. Army Ranger wants to get to Iraq. There's a factor of patriotism and service. But I do think we're gonna have to at least make them somewhat hole financially, not against a Silicon Valley pay scale. But and enhanced level over some of the other skill sets. We have the tools and the mechanisms to do that. We should do so now your friends on they are your friends. I'm sure you know, General Austin, etcetera. Pentagon doesn't like a whole lot of new stuff it in a hurry. They already have to stand up space for its What would the reaction quote inside the building which I feel silly saying since I've been there three times, But what would the reaction inside the building B to yet another new command? It would not be overwhelmingly positive. Two reasons for that. And I say that as someone who has spent years inside the building and you are absolutely correct, it's the military is a very conservative organization. They don't want to change. And each of those armed forces today the army, the Navy, the Air force, Even the new space force would say, Oh, it's okay. Admiral Stavridis. We've got it covered. We train a certain number of army people to be cyber warriors in a certain number of Navy people, And there's some truth in that each of the services has a small Kadre. Of cyber warriors, but unfortunately they dip into cyber for a tour and then bang. They go up to see and drive around a destroyer in the army. They do a tour in cyber, but then they go back to the field. So you need that specialization you're gonna have to push against the services who you use this word earlier. Don't want to give up top line, which for your listeners is simply another word for money in the Pentagon. So the reconciliation or the budget deal is coming up. And this would be a perfect time for the new president to get a win A very symbolic win, and all it would cost is a top line increase in D O D. It makes sense to me the background, which I want to quote from your column. To use a military analogy. The initial attack on solar winds was a carpet bombing, which had immediate if undetected effects across the entire field of battle. I think of some glue, I think of any number of bombardments. That our carpet bombing would you explain what solar winds was and why you use that analogy? Can solar.
"united states navy" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Well, it is. Can I help you be a better human being. Yes. You say it's insignificant spits in the face of the hundreds of thousands of people who have had it and then have lasting effects, and especially to the people who have died from it. Chances are good that you're not going to die from it. Chances are good that if you get it, you're gonna recover. But there are also a lot of people out there especially vulnerable population who get it and don't recover. So to say it's insignificant. Don't think I don't think you mean that to come off No offense, like a dick when you say it, But you sound like a dick when you say it. No, I believe that but at the same time is it addictive Say that someone is going to die from the flu. I don't see how one thing has anything to do with the other. It would take to say that someone's going to die from a common cold. I don't think you're picking up what I'm putting down my man. The common cold doesn't kill us many people is this has the flu doesn't kill as many people is this has we're like a year and change into this thing. And you're looking at a lot of people who have lost relatives and friends and who are dealing with the lasting effects both psychologically and physically. So to play this whole denial game again. You've got the right to think whatever you want, say whatever you want. I'm just telling you that there are a lot of people out there who have suffered loss and you sound like a real dick when you say those things. I don't mean to be making insignificant. I appreciate everybody that's ever had to deal with. Negative Saxons any disease or or outbreak, but at the same time It's the same thing as the flu. Not you're not doing the right things. But it's not. The same thing is a flu because you could be in a asymptomatic carrier and go to a Super Bowl party and infect everyone there. Kill three of them and then not find out that you had until you get tested. You don't think the same thing have to do with the flu. If you have the flu, and you're not symptomatic yet, and you show up to the Super Bowl, and then you call find out. I'm one of the breeze on their food. I don't understand the flu comparison. Why you seem such a tough such a boner for comparing it to the flu. We don't know that it's the same thing is the flu. We're only a year and change into in an influence has been around for a long time. We also don't believe that we also don't know, not believe. We also don't know that it's not the same thing is the flip man. Alright, literally done exactly the same thing to get through to this guy any better than I have No, no, because I think I think there's a line to be cross where you could have a general thought and say, you know a lot of people recover. But with But without accepting the gravity of it. I don't think there's any common ground to be found. But that being said not to He started it. He still here. But the thing is with me, is that I could go in. A lot of people will go tonight to a chili's to a restaurant that is full of people that I don't know. I mean, literally I could. I could be sitting in a booth next to a guy who spent his day licking doorknobs, and now he's breathing the same air. I am. So the thing I think the things that we look at that we've accepted his normal in. Okay, that we're willing to do are just as dangerous as these other things that people like to look at and say, Well, if you do that you're bad, but because it's okay to go toe. Restaurant. That's okay. But you're probably putting yourself in. The same amount of risk. See, sir, I I don't know your name. That's how you could make that argument without coming off like a dick without saying things like it's an insignificant thing. That's the same as a flu. Those things are dick things to say. John made a perfectly valid point without coming off like a dicks. You know if you want to say, like a dick, keep keep keep preaching. What you what you preach. But you sound like a dick. All right. Well, my my name is scarred. By the way. Meet you there. I was on your show every day. Well, let me rephrase there. So many other things out there. Thank you. Seven. I know what you're trying to say. And that's why I'm helping you on your Burbage. But to say it's insignificant isn't fair to say that we engage every day in activities that are just as risky as going to a Super Bowl party with people you know, and trust that doesn't make it sound like you did it. It's just It's something that maybe means a little bit more to. You know what I mean like that you could go out to eat. And that's great. But how many were a year into it? Are we going to be done? And are we going to be done in a year? I don't know. Nobody does. So I have made the decision. I think a lot of people have that I will live something near a regular life because I feel like that is worth the risk. I with my whole entire existence. Do not want to get Cove it. I don't want to get it at all. I try not to put myself in a blatant situation where I think I could get it. But but I'm also decided that I'm going to live a normal Sembler. Well, the same time not going willingly, like I'm gonna go every right psychologically. You do have to have that semblance. You have to have things that you have is outlets and go on and enjoy. And one of those for me like you're talking about doing stuff. A lot of people talk about the gyms and stuff And that to me is like my sanity. So doing those things that bring you comfort enjoys what is going to get people through this pandemic so that it doesn't change their life. For the worse. Don't live in fear. Don't shelter life. I have to go to the gym so that I can keep fit and be happy. And by putting myself at risk. Yeah, I am. But I'm not gonna go. I'm putting myself at risk, but it's insignificant. And it's just the same thing is the flu. Well, no, that's just silly. Drew gotta live below. Yeah. Rick. Hi, Vic. Hi. How's it going? Good. What's going? Yeah, I agree with you. I agree with Mica as far as like the big party or whatever. And, uh I really Enjoy my wife's company. So we're going to keep it like that for right now. And if you don't mind, I would like to say one other thing, because I heard you guys talking about Taiwan. Is it okay? Or is it not? Okay? No, you definitely You can talk about what? Everyone we love you. All right? No, I was used to. I've been to Hong Kong and I was there when it was under British control, and it's just amazing place. And then you see what happened after trying to took over. Uh you know, they said what they came out with the in the Mass media is that Oh, we're gonna still let free it wouldn't be free here and all this, and then the next thing you see A lot of people are getting hurt, injured, probably killed and I'm sure there's a proportion of the population there. That were up in arms that have disappeared and will never be seen again. And I hate to see that and I've also been to Taiwan. And we had one point when I was over there, they close it out to us. We didn't want us there anymore because they thought it was gonna infuriate China, but we still We're still with the freedom of navigation. That's what the United States Navy does, and we're going to continue to do that, And I don't think it's the wrong thing to do. Should we be the world's policeman? No, no. But people better democratic and they want to have a free life that we have to help him right on. And I love your show. We love you. And you guys are awesome, Man. You are valuable job. I love you. I love you, too. I'm ready to go ghost hunting again with them. And me, too. That's what I was thinking, too, is we do we need to do some more ghostbuster,.
"united states navy" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Time was with Kayla. Yes, did a series of interviews with a guy who first called himself Dennis. But Dennis turned out to be Bob Lazar said that he had worked at area 51 in a place called S four. Now you got to remember that you got to understand your history here because when people want to storm area 51, they didn't realize that We said we wanted to see the aliens were the aliens wanted area 51 the area near area 51 called S four. Where Bob had said that he worked on a serious of nine disks ranging in shape from a small circular one nicknamed the Sports bottle. To a larger top hat style. They were housed at S four. So, basically it was part of the Black Budget Skunk Works test program of Groom Lake s four smaller, more concealed location, underground location. Arid area 51 after several interviews with George Knapp and locations ranging from the studio to a van True identity was Robert Scott Lazar. The man who turn out is the key element. In saucer stories coming out of area 51. All of the stories eventually had morphed into the idea of reverse engineered alien aircraft. And, uh, Course, Lazar's credibility has been brought into question by a U. S. A number of UFO researchers I remember Stanton Friedman was probably the most adamant about whether not Lazar was telling the truth. But many times many researchers have have come forward and said that may be a lot of what Lazar was saying was true. I mean, one of the thing I think One of the things about Bob Lazar that seldom gets mentioned is that Lazar is straight forward his ability to relate the story of his experiences that area 51. He's taken polygraph in hypnosis test. They've been pressed witnesses as well. Bazaar has never really benefited from his story, and he doesn't seek to bank on his experience. In fact, Lazar was the first band to tell us about advanced aerospace systems. They were derived from possible extraterrestrial technology. Now, if you believe Lazar Uh then you would know that the smoking guns have been locked away at area 51, but This recent story in the war zone again may have blown the lid off of these alleged technologies that have been the subject of Cold War mythmakers for some time now. So this engineer pIease Has these unusual patents that we're talking about side filed on behalf of the United States Navy. He finally has broken his silence and he's you know, he's speaking to the media now, Salvatori Cesar pIease. Is the guy who we're talking about tonight. The guy that responded The emails were sent to the war zone. But his answers on bond Marshall Barnes would it would concur that his answers bring us no closer. How the technology behind these patents work. I mean, they talk about fusion power and other exotic tech, but he doesn't talk about how they came about. Prices. The inventor behind several unusual technology patents, the patent seemed to point out a method of transportation similar What Bob Lazar's talked about similar what we've read about with the Philadelphia experiment similar what Tim Schwarz talked about a couple days ago on ground zero with regard to the saucer technology that was created by the Nazis. Now. Experts are saying that Paice claimed technologies required considerable proved to gain credibility. Marshall Barnes said that he doesn't believe that they are incredible. But, of course, Dr Paice is a former aerospace engineer, The Naval Air Systems Command. He's also with the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft division and now the Navy Strategic Systems Program. He's achieved a lot of notoriety with the publication of these patents and all talking about compact fusion energy reactor energy, space time weapons modifications. And so these technologies The theoretically create a UFO like craft similar to the one seen by US Davey pilots in 4, 2020, 14 and 15, Although highly unusual naval air systems When you look at the Naval Air Systems chief Technological Officer James she. He said that the U. S Patent Technology office says the technology behind What it was going on with the TIC Tacs is real. And a lot of the aspects are right now undergoing some testing and modification. So There was a there was something was recently published. Paper in the e transactions on plasma science tiled the plasma compression fusion device and enabling nuclear fusion ignition. Now the device essentially was a fusion reactor. Holy Grail of energy research. Usually actors promised cheap, limitless energy without complications of nuclear power, particularly nuclear meltdowns and the generation nuclear waste. So Paice email to the war zone included a great deal. Of technical magic words but seems to tread a very careful line of government secrecy, Barnes said. When we had him on the program in the last hour, he said it would violate national security. If this was the case for the war zone. Old subject matter and the experts and they also expressed their doubts. One was suggesting that piece was drunk on the Kool Aid of Bad Science. Another, remarking that the claims are extraordinary, and this require extraordinary proof. So even though it's an exciting, uh, piece of information, Ah lot of scientists, including martial Barnes was saying yes, it would require extraordinary proof of it were true. The language seems a little bit, you know, suspicious, And so the question is. Could piecework be an effort by the Navy? Replicate technology seen by the U. S Navy Super Hornet pilots when the Nimitz was buzz will the tick tack UFO's or is entirely different separate from those UFO sightings, and even more bizarrely, could the UFO's or the U a piece where they are? Represent real world test of technology that a Navy representative assure the U. S. Pentagon technology officer is taking place. See, this is where the confusion is..
"united states navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"That there's a choice to be made. We need to make a decision whether we want to try to be all things to all people, which is sort of a problem that we've had in recent decades or whether we want to pivot to focus on a particular area of strategy, in this case of becoming a sea power once again and focusing on our strength, etc. As giving us an ability to influence effects ashore. At the same time remaining UN entangled from sort of some of the issues with the Asian landmass or or even in Europe. Jerry Hendrix captain Jerry Hendrix. United States Navy. It a retired, The book is to provide in maintaining Navy by naval primacy is America's first best strategy when we come back a time machine The team to the 20th century Teddy Roosevelt, assistant secretary of the Navy. And then the man who built the Great White Fleet, where we started to come to the 21st Century Sea power. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John bats for chef. Introducing the Y M C. A sure you know the life for a swim or a game of hoops who were more than that. We're a cause when you take a jump shot at the why someone else is getting job training practice yoga as a team practices her leadership skills way give people of all ages, incomes and backgrounds, a chance to learn, grow and thrive. So while you might think of the wise, the place for lifting.
"united states navy" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"I'm John Bachelor. This is John Baxter Show the United States Navy. 100. Years passed and 100 years into the future of vision in a new book to provide and maintain a Navy why naval primacy is America's first best strategy. By Henry Hendricks. Jerry Hendrix captain U S. Navy aviator retired. My colleague of many years and my guide in what went wrong and what goes right for the U. S Navy as we face adversaries China Certainly Russia, certainly, but the unknown adversaries of time. Cabin. Hendricks, Jerry. A very good evening to you. Congratulations. I begin with the puzzle about what the challenge is. What is the problem now with the fleet? We have a number that's less than 300. With the mission. The fleet is burdened with Given the adversarial nature of China and Russia. Good evening to you. Good evening, John. And thank you for having me on to talk about to provide maintain a navy on your right. The challenges air are many, and that's one of the reasons why Sat down to write this. Obviously, you and I have been talking and I've been writing for the better part of a decade about the importance of growing the United States Navy. But really, in many ways, those conversations were just not getting traction. We were not able to bring sufficient attention to the growing threat that China and Russia pose at sea, specifically, their aims to interrupt or interdict free trade. And and begin to close. The three C's. Both nations are actively moving through legal platforms as well as two acts of intimidation to extend a territorial claim over greater portions of the seas near their coast. And these claims are are become beginning to impinge on sort of the norms on laws that have grown up over the last 400 years. And so I thought that you know, I've been making arguments for a larger navy and sort of the types of ships we needed. But I began to realize that sort of the underlying assumption. Of why navies are important and what the role of navies in the world is perhaps wasn't getting through. Perhaps we've had so much peace at sea for so long that many of what I think are important. Understandings are just assumed or not even understood. So, you know, a few months ago, I decided to sit down and begin to sort of try to tell the whole story of why the United States. Needs a Navy, a larger Navy, a much larger Navy and why a naval strategy is the correct strategy to be at the center of the United States approach to the world. At this moment, and so that's sort of where where I started. What is the free see means for the U. S. Navy for the United States of America. Well, I mean, the concept of a free see goes back. You know some 400 years the beginning of the enlightenment. A Dutch jurist Hugo grow odious, was challenged to try and defend a Dutch claim against the Portuguese ship They have. The Dutch had captured a Portuguese Portuguese ship in the East Indies. And they were they were challenged in court and grow odious ends up losing the court case. Um, you know, they have to turn back over the value of the ship to the Portuguese, but what he does is he creates this. This concept of the free see recognizing that in natural law Nothing can interrupt the trade or commerce of one individual going from one country to another country across the sea. Uh and and so this this concept that the sea is a free space. Recognized under the laws of God has something that informed the way the West thought about free trade free trade extends from a free see and the very concept of individual freedom. Actually extends from those concepts. It's it's the free see in many ways that comes first, eh? So it's all about being able to take items from one nation travel across the ocean, which is a Commons unencumbered are un un interdicted and then arrive another country to be able to do trade the fleet as it now exists, Jerry with all of the excesses Is it adequate to the task of maintaining free seas of following through with the enlightenment vision of free trade? Not even close Today. We're around 297 ships we've identified in our own national security documents. And then through the pronouncements of our regional combatant commanders, you know the you calm the Pacific commander. The Central command in the Middle East. We've identified that there are these 19 maritime regions, the world where the United States has significant national interests, and so in order to correctly patrol those to provide naval presence to uphold rules and norms, the minimum number of ships is 355. That's something that was identified. At the very end of the Obama administration by by their officials in December of 2016, the real number that what you were required to actually be able to maintain a peaceful sea and free trade and free seas. Plus, be prepared to fight a major war against the rising global competitors is really around 450 ships. That's something that's actually was highlighted both and Congressional Act. There was an act of few years ago called the Five Oceans Navy Act that was placed put out There was also a chief of naval operations Admiral John Greener, who made that announcement to a direct question from the House Armed Services Committee in March of 2014 when he was asked how many ships do you really need? Admiral? And he said, Well, About 4 50. So we are way shy of what it would require to be able to uphold the free see today. The incidents of these last years. The collisions in In the Pacific by two Arleigh Burke class destroyers, those air battleships to translate them into the 20th century. Those collisions, those accidents and what you taught me about how Training has been short changed and maintenance is overwhelmed when they maintain a fleet out of Japan or out of Asia. Is that to be answered by a larger navy because that seemed To me to be a challenge that had to do was structure with capability with leadership. Jared Well, Actually, it has an awful lot to do with the size of the Navy as well. And it's It's a point that I make and to maintain and provide. Maintain a navy. It's we we bought in many ways about 150 ships. At sea worth of commitments, meaning if we were to actually fulfill all of our commitments worldwide, we would be maintaining about 150 ships at sea. We're not. We're actually maintaining About 110 100 to 110 ships at sea. We're doing that with 295 ships in normal conditions you would have about 25% of your fleet. In maintenance. Being, the ships would be in dry docks. They be getting overhauled. They'd be Pier side. Having new systems installed about another 25% of the ships would be doing training. Another 25% would be either coming to or are going to They're deployed sites. And then the final 25% would be actually deployed doing the roles and missions today when you have 297 ships, and you're trying to keep 110 forward deployed. Something's got to give. And this is a point that I'm making the book is that we have compromised both in training as well as in maintenance. This has been highlighted in the reports from MKV Accidents, 2017 and and it's also something that has come up in sort of some bar conversations about the To reverend boats that were captured by the Iranians a few years ago and what went wrong? There is well as though the fire in the loss of the amphibious carrier Bonham Rashard this past summer. All of these things come back the idea that the fleet is over tasked and isn't large enough to sort of fulfill all of the requirements that are levied against it. And because we need a build out of the Navy, and we're now now going to explore how we got here. Is that your measure, Jerry, that this is something manageable in Washington as it is now constructed. You live and work in Washington routinely Can they see what you're presenting? Or does this remain armchair? Well, so far, it's been armchair, and that's actually the reason I sat down to write the book in order to try to tell the entire story. And also to provide a compelling narrative, something that could be read and understood quickly. There's a reason that the book is the length it is the book comes in around 140 pages. It's something that can be read quickly. But I try to keep it lively enough to move through the historical matter and into sort of the challenge of today and then the prescription for the future so that someone can wrap your mind around. Whether that someone Is it someone back home in in the Midwest, where I'm from, or whether that someone is a policy maker or their staff on Capitol Hill, So I'm trying to get the message across. And in fact, I'm reaching out to try and talk with senior leaders on the sea power subcommittees of the House and the Senate a swell as administration officials for those coming in trying to make sure that they're aware of the story..
"united states navy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Paris is fastest possible for reinforcements coming from America. Well, and if you look at how do we crack the Soviet Union, finally in in the 19 eighties. It was through a serious of exercise is called Ocean Venture's, where we pushed the Atlantic fleet deep up into the North Atlantic, and in the even into the Arctic to be able to pressure the Soviet Union began to fly missions. Here the Soviet border. We let them know that the Navy was going to be able to reach them everywhere, that it mattered from the sea and that there was nothing that they could do about that. And that was part of the pressure. Along with things like Star Wars and FBI. That sort of brought them to their knees and made them understand it. Whatever they were doing wasn't gonna work on that lead to them, essentially succumbing. So the Navy really dominates that Cold War era And we need to understand that 70 years of oceanic piece what I what I term Pax Americana. Becomes this this area where we're allowed the global economy to expand. We see economic development expand. We see literacy. Go way up world why we see life expectancy go up, You know because of the economic growth. That occurs because the sea is free trade is moving freely, You know, from places where you know items can be purchased in mass quantities and then transported cost the wide opens. Oceans and then sold it higher prices elsewhere. That's all because the sea is free, and it's guaranteed by the United States Navy which was overwhelming in its size. And so this is where I kind of come to grips with. Where are we now? Which is to say so why is it suddenly China and Russia are dramatically expanding their C claims territorial claims as well as growing their Navy's. It's because we've allowed the United States Navy to shrink considerably. You know, we we ended the cold War with 594 ships. I believe we get down to 300 around 2003. We get down to our lowest level of 271 in 2015. And it's this shrinkage it see that actually provides the vacuum. It's virtually an invitation to the Chinese and the Russians that the to come into the sea come into the ocean and began to compete there and they're anxious to do so. Because the concepts of the sea free trade the free see Freedom as an idea it's transmitted over the ocean. It's a threat to their internal domestic tranquility. They need to gain control of the seas around them. Are they fear The threat that can kind of come from that scene, the sub Mariners When the decisions made to go nuclear, they used the novelist for the spectacular of going under the North Pole in 1958 Knowledge has commissioned. I believe several years earlier. And completed in the U. S. The sub Mariner fleet becomes part of winning the Cold War, and it maintains a nuclear and non nuclear status right now that is critical to the U. S. Navy. Did we Did we end the 20th century with the understanding that the submarines were a major part of the Navy success, Jerry, we understood that they have been a major part of the success during the Cold War. However, we did not understand their vital importance going forward. And so, for instance, you know, at the end of the Cold War we had over 100 submarines. So 1987 there's over 100 submarines in the United States Navy. But we absolutely got them throughout the 19 nineties, and we we get down to less than 50 submarines. And in fact the submarine forces continuing to shrink today, it's simply something that's difficult to turn around. Um at this point, and we'll get down into the forties before we begin growing again. So understanding that the dominance that we enjoy during the Cold War under the sea, our ability to track Soviet submarines or to be able to monitor activities that were going on a shore. We didn't place a proper amount of importance to it after the Cold War, and so we allowed that that capability to atrophy and it's something that we're sort of fighting to come back from now trying to build both the Columbia class ballistic missile submarine, which is part of our Nuclear strategic deterrent at the same time that we're trying to buy a lot of Virginia class, fast attack submarines in greater and greater numbers. It's very difficult to ramp up that particular Industrial base as it were. It's a very complex industrial base, and it's a place where we need to place a lot of focus right now, because that's an area where we have a huge advantage over our competitors in China and Russia to provide in maintaining navy. Why naval primacy is America's first best strategy and when we come back captain Henry Hendricks, Jerry hundreds U. S. Navy retired captain aviator. Will design a fleet for.
Biden announces Pete Buttigieg as nominee to lead Transportation Department
"President elect Joe Biden has picked former presidential candidate and former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buddha judge as his choice to be transportation secretary. Nominee talked about the historical significance. Knowing that this is the first time in American president has ever sent an openly LGBT Q Cabinet member to the Senate for competent for confirmation booted. It would also be the first millennial in the Cabinet. The president elect got to know Buddha judge during the presidential campaign. He's one of the smartest people ever meet and one of the most humble The man from the Heartland. Management expert of policy want for the big heart. Veteran will tell in the United States, Navy Reserve and intelligence offered deployed to Afghanistan. While he was mayor.
Trump on Twitter tells US Navy to 'shoot down and destroy' Iranian boats that harass US ships
"President trump tweeting I've instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea the post comes a week after eleven Iranian gunboats harassed U. S. navy and Coast Guard ships in the Persian Gulf in one case coming within ten yards of the U. S. Coast
Iran Guard commander threatens US Navy after Trump tweet
"Last week armed Iranian boats were caught on camera performing dangerous maneuvers around our warships in the Persian Gulf. You the eared a week old video that the Pentagon released noise coming up. This was a pretty bad harassment. It came within about ten yards of the. Us ship the Pentagon at the time as they often do in these sort of engagements a called it. Unsafe and unprofessional. But then the president about a half an hour after that video aired went much further and he was tweeting. I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats. They harass our ships at sea. The Pentagon was caught off guard by this the president's describing and responding to core behavior on the behalf of the Indians. A tweet goes out. Is that an order. I'm sure lawyers who look at whether you can shoot a boat up up because it has harassed you know we as the military have to apply that clear direction from the commander-in-chief into lawful orders that we execute vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff handled the tweet very well if you have a gun and you pointed at me. That's another thing. We know exactly what that means if you cross well the Pentagon and US forces have always had a right to self defense and the rules of engagement right now and I have been out on those ships and and seen boats from afar which they tried to de escalate but the president has sent a pretty clear message and in this time of pandemic and let's remember Iran has suffered a lot during this pandemic and lost a lot of people probably far more than we realize is Iran now willing to take that risk. How far will they push it? Do they think the rules of engagement will change
Trump instructs the Navy to ‘shoot down and destroy’ Iranian gunboats that ‘harass’ U.S. ships
"Trump tweeted this morning that he's ordered the navy to destroy any and all Iranian gunboats that harass U. S. ships between which clocked in about seven oh eight eastern time this morning he says quote I've instructed United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea there you go well we're and by the way that happened after numerous encounters and another encounter last week were you had six US navy warships conducting drills with the U. S. army Apache attack helicopters in international waters last Wednesday and they were harassed by a lady a lot of an Iranian Islamic revolutionary guard navy vessels and blah blah blah they issued warnings but they never listen because the Jack wagons that's just how that goes
Report Criticizes SEAL Recruits With 'Unhealthy Sense Of Entitlement'
"Special operations command recently issued a report critical of special operations in general and the seals in particular the report criticizes part of the seals recruiting pipeline which brings in many people from outside the navy recruits are isolated all the way from basic training the report says he can breed a sense of entitlement the count is a Vietnam era navy seal and author god says training is so long and intense it doesn't leave a lot of time to become part of the larger navy so the navy seals they really don't know much about being a sailor they they know about special operations are never really in the navy and I think that that helping them understand that you're a United States Navy sailor first and then you can be a navy seal that has to be a part of it in August the head of naval special warfare rear admiral common green issued a letter saying we have a problem and announced his own review of the seals naval special warfare would not comment on the status in the last week there've been reports that green may stepped down early and
U.S. Navy Ponders An Ambitious Fleet Makeover Amid Tight Budget
"President Trump's administration is expected to unveil a budget plan today under a deal with Congress last year. Defense spending would rise only slightly which leaves leaves the United States Navy a little bit caught between a tight budget and a president who would like things to be a lot bigger Jay price of our member station W. UNC reports the scene at the famous shipyard. Newport News Virginia was a naval classic United States ship John F. Kennedy God bless this this shed and all who sail in her a few months back. Caroline Kennedy Chris and ship in honor of her late father. These kinds kinds of ceremonies are becoming more frequent after decades of decline. The Navy's fleet is on the rise. This year is expected to top three hundred warships. And it's aiming for a much larger number that fifty five ship goals more than a goal. It's in the law. He was in the authorization bill several years ago and was date stated goal of the president when he ran for election in two thousand sixteen. That's Thomas Mode. Leave the acting. Secretary of the Navy warships can come with jaw-dropping Christ tags the eleven hundred foot long one hundred thousand tonne Kennedy for example costs more than thirteen billion dollars and for Moseley paying for a lot more ships. It's a challenge. That's what we're trying to figure out right now but when you look at the size of the fleet right now where it was four years ago we were at two hundred seventy five ships so getting into a fleet of three fifty five is going to require a significantly higher top line. That's a thirty percent increase in the size of the fleet. But I don't think it's reasonable for us to ask for thirty percent more top line. It's just not enough money to go around and defense to be able to fund. That Moodley says he's confident. The navy can get there but says it will have to get some additional channel funding and chew ships that cost less however it decides to reach three hundred and fifty five. There's one especially influential person who wants it to camping. Our Navy is now the smaller suspend since believe it or not World War One. Don't worry GonNa soon be the largest. It's been that was president. President trump back in two thousand seventeen on his own visit to Newport News. The navy's goal for fleet size had been more modest mark. Canton is with the Center for strategic not GIC and International Studies. The navy's previous target had been three hundred h ships but after trump won the election. They couldn't have target. That was below at uh. Now president-elect was recommending so the Navy did a quick for structure analysis and came up with three hundred fifty five ships can't see in once led the Office of Management and Budget Division that focused on the defense budget and acquisitions. He says it's unclear. Exactly how large the fleet really should be. I think because a strong argument that the navy needs to be larger if the United States wants to execute the strategy that it has pursued since the late Obama administration ration- and then into the trump administration that is a global superpower that is engaged in Europe in the Middle East and in the Pacific. Nick also that is going to engage in a long-term competition with Russia and China. Doing those two things takes all large navy now whether that needs to be three hundred fifty five ships or not. There isn't a lot of analysis there. mody though is focused on that three hundred and fifty five five number and that would mean integrating into that fleet some ships that cost less require fewer people to man them and also helped with our overall all strategy of having distributed maritime operations with more ships out during the fleet. He says the navy can not only reach three hundred fifty five but do it ahead of schedule Joel. And without even counting the drone ships. The navy is aggressively
The Falklands War Explained
"This episode is on the Falcons will and so we get straight into the Falklands war was a ten week. Undeclared war which we Argentina and the United Kingdom in one thousand nine hundred ninety two over two different territories in the south Atlanta the focus on islands territorial dependency which is south Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. The conflict guy on the second of I pro. When Argentine forces invaded occupied the focus ORLANDS? This was followed by invasion of south Georgia the next day in an attempt to establish the sovereignty claim them over on the fifth of April. The British government dispatched a naval task force to engage each week the Argentine navy and Air Force before making them in February so come the island. This conflict lasted seventy four days and ended with the Argentine surrender on the fourteenth for June. Were turning the islands to British control in total six forty nine auditorium military personnel. It's now on two hundred and fifty richest personnel and three folklore owners died during the hostilities. The conflict was a major episode. In the protracted dispute over the territory's sovereignty Argentina selected our maintains that they were Argentine find territory and Argentine government. That's characterizes military action as the reclamation of its territory the British government regard the action As an invasion of in crime colony since eighteen forty one the folkman islanders who had inhabited the island since the early nineteenth century with predominantly descendants of British cyclists and strongly favored which is shocking Leave estate officially declared war. Although both the government declared the islands of warzone hostilities was almost exclusively limited to the territories UNDIS- disputes and the area South Atlantic where Louis the conflict had a strong effect in both cultures and has been the subject various books articles films on songs uh-huh patriotic sentiment ran high in Argentina. But the outcome prompted large protests against the military government hastened its downfall in the United Kingdom the conservative government boasted by the successful outcome was reelected increased majority the following year the the cultural and political effects of the conflict have been less than the UK done in Argentina where it remains a common topic for discussion. Diplomatic diplomats relations between the United Kingdom and Argentina were restored in one thousand nine hundred nine fallen meeting Madrid a which the two governments issued the joint statement. No change in either country's position regarding the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands were made explicit in Nineteen ninety-four Argentina's in times claim to the territory was added to its constitution in the period leading up to the wall in particular perform transfer of power between the military dictators. General Jorge Raphael Videla and General Roberto Eduardo Viola late in March nineteen eighty see what Argentina have been in the midst of a devastating economic stagnation and large scale civil unrest against the military Giunta that been governor the country since nineteen seventy six in December. One thousand nine hundred what there was a change in the audit time military regime bringing to office. It's a new GENTA headed by General Leopoldo Galtieri Acting President and Averick Adele Lameta an admiral. George Weah was the main architect and supporter of military solution for the long standing claim over the islands calculating and that the United Kingdom would never respond militarily by opt-in for military action the Galateri government hoped to mobilized choice along standard patriotic feelings of Argentines towards the islands. Their star the public attention from the country's current economic problems on the regime's James Ongoing Human rights violations of the dirty war such actions would also boast a dwindling legitimacy the new space last preceding speculated on a step-by-step plan beginning with cutting off supplies to the island and direct actions slate to nine thousand nine hundred two if the UN talks were fruitless ongoing tension between the couteau countries over islands increased the online from March where Military Group of Argentine scrap metal merchants. They actually infiltrated by Argentine Marines raised as the Argentine flag at South Georgia Island. A not that would like to be seen as the first offensive action in the war. The blow navy ice patrol vessel H- H must endure. It was dispatched from standing to South Georgia on the twentieth in response the Argentine Ministry Genta suspect in the UK would reinforce his Atlantic forces ordered the invasion of the fulcrum islands to be brought forward to the second-ranked The UK was initially taken by surprise by the Argentine attack on the South Atlantic islands. Despite repeated wouldn't wooden royal naval captain Nicholas Barker it commanded. They're enjoying anivers- Balka believed that the Defense Secretary John Not Nineteen Nineteen eighty-one review in which knots described plans to rejoin the joins. The Yolk case only naval presence in the in the South Atlantic at center signal not Argentines that UK was unwilling would soon be unable to defend his territories subjects in the Falkland Islands on the Second Night Nineteen eight thousand nine hundred. The Argentine forces mounted on Fabius London's known as Operation Rosario on the Falkland Islands the invasion was met with nominal defense organized by full. Didn't governor Sir. Rex Hunt giving command to Major. Might Norman of the Royal Marines brings the events invasion included end of life. Talent commander Admiral Sanchez supply. Thomas I'm fabulous commanders. Group the attack on Moody Brook Barracks. The engagement between troops of Hugo Santelli on bill trip at Stanley on the final engagement and surrender government. Government has worthy invasion. I reach the U. K.. From auditing solstice. A minister defense operative in London had a short tally tax. Conversation with Governor. Hunt's telex operation confirmed that Argentines on the island and in control later that day BBC journalists Lorrimore Golez spoke with an Orlando at goose green via average rage of who confirmed the presence of a large oftentimes entire fleet and the Argentine forces had taken control of the island richest military operations in the Fulcrum Wolf were given the code thing Operation Culpa and the commander of the Task Force was Melissa. John fieldhouse operations lasted from first of all April nineteen thousand nine hundred to the twentieth of June nineteen ninety two. The British undertook a series of military operations as a means of recapturing the fortunes from Argentine Argentine occupation the British royalty taken prior in second April invasion in response to the events on South Georgia the submarines henchman splendid and H- H Mess Fox and was ordered to South to south on twenty nine March whereas the store ship Royal Flea Cle- exonerate for Austin was dispatched from the western Mediterranean H Messengers North Carrington. I wish to send a third submarine but his decision with deferred due to concerns about the impact on operational commitments coincidentally on the second of March suckering suckering hikmet superb after broke up and it was just seemed was in the press to be heading south that has been since been speculation. The effect effect these reports were panic. The Argentine Genta into invading the Falkland Islands before nuclear powered submarines could be deployed the following day. Join a crisis. Meeting headed by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The Chief of Naval Staff at Henry Leach advise that quote written could send Taskforce Skip. The islands were invaded and on the first April sent orders to a royal naval force. CARRINA LENA exercises in the Mediterranean to provide south-south Phony invasion on the second of April after emergency meeting of the cabinet approval was given to form a task force to retake the islands. This was backed in an emergency session of the House of Commons. The next day on the six by the British government set up a war cabinet to provide today political oversight the campaign this was the CRISCO instrument crisis-management to the British with his remittance to keep under review political or military development relating to the South Atlantic and to report as necessary to Defense Overseas Policy Committee. The Wall Cabinet Matt at least daily until it was dissolved on the twelfth of August although Margaret Thatcher is described as dominating the wool cabinet Lawrence Friedman notes in the official history of the Falkland Islands Campaign that she did not know opposition without concern of however wants a decision was reached. She did not look back and quote on the evening of April. The United Kingdom's nation's ambassador possums for a drop. The president of the United Nations Gertie Council the resolution which condemned hostilities in the media. Argentine ritual from the island was adopted by the council the following day as United Nations. WHO's not council resolution five? Oh two which passed with ten votes in simple when against ends up stations. China the Soviet Union potent UK receive fervor political support from members members countries the Commonwealth of Nations and the European Economic Community Australia Canada New Zealand withdrew that diplomats from bodice Ariz the e say also provided economic support by imposing economic sanctions on Argentina. Auden itself was politically literally backed by a majority of countries in Latin America of crucially knocked chilly and also some members of the Non Aligned Movement. The New Zealand government expelled the Argentine ambassador following the invasion Prime Minister Rob Dune was in London. When will grow finding an opinion piece published in science? He said quote the military rulers of Argentina must not be appeased. New Zealand will back Britain all the way and unquote will cost in on BBC World Service. He told the focus islands. This quote this robot mode do we all think Commu Given our full support total to the British government isn't this endeavors to rectify the situation. Get rid of the people invaded your Country Country Unquote on the twenty for May nine hundred eighty two. He announced that New Zealand would make H. M. S.. Concentrate prey lead. The class frigate valuable to use when the British were could fit to release royal. Navy vessels from the Falcons in the House of Commons almonds. Afterwards Margaret Thatcher said quote the New Zealand government and people have absolutely magnificent in support of this country and the Falkland Islanders just for the rule of liberty of law and quote the French president. Francois Mitterrand declared embargo home. Frenchamn sows thousand assistance to Argentina. In addition from allowed UK act craft warships use of his poor field facilities. That car in Senegal Frans provided dismisal aircraft training. So that Harry pilots could be trained against the French aircraft used by Argentina Intelligence also cooperated with Britain to prevent Argentina from containing more exit missiles on the international market. Kim a two thousand two interview in reference to the support John Not then defense secretary at disquiet France. At Britain's quote greatest tally in two thousand twelve. He came to light that wall. This poll was taken place. A French technical team employed by docile and already in Argentina remained death throughout the world. Despite presidential decree the team had provided material support to the Argentines identify and fixing faults in exit missile launchers. John Not set the unknown. The French team was that beset. It's what was thought. Be Not of any the important and advised that French government denied any knowledge the time that the tech teams that in contrast French intelligence officer maintained a team was that it was in intelligence gathering capacity. Joel not that asked if he regretted his surly praised. The French said he's the French. were quote the excess and always have been an quote. The Sierra Leone government allowed task for ships to refuel preterm. BBC Ten transport aircraft landed on Joel in the Gambia Umbria flight between the UK and Ascension Islands. The United States was concerned. A protracted conflict with the Soviet Union Argentina's Argentina's side and initially tried to meet yet then to the conflict through shuttle diplomats however when Argentina refused the US peace over rituals US Secretary of State Alexander. Hey announced that. The United States would prohibit sale arms to Argentina and provide material support richest operations rations both houses the US Congress passed resolutions supporting us. Parchin sided with the United Kingdom. The into and you S. provided United Kingdom with Sidewinder missiles for use by the Harrier jets President Ronald Reagan approved Royal Navy's Request to borrow the sea curry capable amphibious assault ship. US Awad Jima. If the British lost aircraft carrier the United States Navy developed a plan to help the richest man that Shit with American military contractors likely retired sailors with knowledge of a Jima Systems
Saudi airman in U.S. for training suspected in deadly shooting at Florida naval base
"Reporting Justin after that deadly shooting rampage at the Naval Air Station. In Pensacola tonight. This image just obtained by ABC News. The gunman a member of the Royal Royal Saudi Air Force authorities say. He was apparently shooting at random. The navy's key aviation training site put a lock down as the shooter moved from Florida floor in a classroom room building there. At least three people killed eight wounded among the wounded. Two Sheriff's deputies who were trying to stop the suspect. Even though they were shot they still helped bring bring the shooter down and tonight sources now telling. ABC News investigators are now looking at writings to determine if they were in fact written by the gunmen and in the writings it says he hates hates America again all of this still under investigation and ABC's pilgrim leader saw from the scene in Pensacola chaos inside a naval air station stationed in Pensacola the mass shooting shocking. The military base tonight. ABC News is confirmed. The gunman was Muhammed Saieed Shem Ronnie a member of the Saudi Air Force in the US for flight training the FBI investigating terrorism as a possible motive. A tight knit community reeling. It doesn't happen to our friends. The neighbors who are members of the United States Navy but it did and it has the first call for help coming in at six fifty one. AM got the base lockdown police race to the scene within five minutes authorities say the shooter move through two floors of a classroom building an area area of the base where weapons are not allowed update on awful patient counts over. Ten patients confirmed the guy reportedly moved through the building. Armed armed with semiautomatic handgun leaving a trail of carnage with officers chasing like look like a war zone rounds everywhere for sheriff's deputies coming face to face with the gunman engaging in a shootout to officers hit one shot in the arm the other in the knee despite being shot returning fire. The accused gunman