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Feb 9, 2022

New Technology for the U.S. Army | Neuralink Prepares for Human Tests | Technology News

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Feb 9, 2022

Taiwan detects 39 Chinese warplanes, scrambles jets

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Dozens of Chinese jets entered Taiwan’s air defense zone, the island’s officials said. Taiwan responded by scrambling its own fighter jets and activating missile defense systems.

Feb 6, 2022

North Korea Claims Successfully Testing a New Hypersonic Gliding Warhead

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These missiles are too fast to detect. Hypersonic weapons technology is at the heart of a new arms race. Currently, the US, China, and Russia are all competing to develop the most effective long-range hypersonic missiles. A recent report revealed that North Korea has also successfully tested a hypersonic missile on January 5, 2022, the country’s second reported test of a hypersonic missile.


North Korea has also referred to verifying the “fuel ampoule system” during this deployment which means that the liquid fuel used by the missile was sealed at production. This allows for rapid deployment even after the missile has been stored for long periods of time, while also reducing its vulnerability to pre-emptive strikes.

We have now seen what North Korea can do in quite imaginative ways.

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Feb 4, 2022

The mysterious aircraft spotted in Area 51 could be Air Force’s new fighter

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Feb 4, 2022

A Bunch of F-35s Are Just Sitting Around Without Their Engines

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You kinda need those.


The U.S. Air Force is down dozens of flyable F-35s due to a maintenance and spare parts crunch. An official in charge of the F-35 program says nearly one in seven of the Air Force’s F-35s can’t fly at all, with some planes awaiting engines that need to be refurbished sooner than anticipated.

Air Force Lt. Gen Eric Fick, the head of the F-35 program office, says 46 F-35s worldwide are in “Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts” (MICAP) status, meaning they’re unable to fly missions until fixed. The breakdown, according to Military.com, includes 41 U.S. Air Force F-35As, one Navy F-35C, and one Marine Corps F-35. Three more aircraft belonging to international F-35 customers are MICAP.

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Feb 4, 2022

Russia is working on 120mm artillery firing guided-jet sliding ammo

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Rostec and Russian MoD plan in 2022 to begin state tests of the latest Russian development in artillery defense — self-propelled airborne 120mm Lotus artillery.


MOSCOW, ($1=76.33 Russian Rubles) — The Russian state company Rostec and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation plan in 2022 to begin state tests of the latest Russian development in artillery defense – self-propelled airborne 120mm Lotus artillery. The information was disseminated by the state news agency TASS, based on a press release from Rostec.

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Jan 31, 2022

DARPA’s ROCkN program aims to create portable optical atomic clocks

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DARPA seeks to transition precision optical atomic clocks from laboratory to warfighter.

Jan 31, 2022

10 Israelis set to be indicted for illegally exporting missiles to China

Posted by in categories: drones, finance, military

The Financial Department of the State Prosecutor’s Office informed 10 individuals and three companies on Monday that they would be indicted on serious security offenses linked to selling missiles to China without approval.

According to the State Prosecutor’s Office, the deal in question was brokered by Ephraim Menashe, an Israeli drone entrepreneur and founder of the Solar Sky company, who then hired Tzvika and Ziv Naveh, owners of the Innocon drone company, and other unnamed suspects.

“The suspects were investigated as part of a large-scale security case in which it was suspected that they manufactured, brokered and exported cruise missiles for military use, without a permit,” said prosecutors.

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Jan 29, 2022

Race to salvage US F-35C fighter jet that crashed in hostile South China Sea

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Fears that subs from China, which claims the area, could be first to reach wreckage that plunged from deck of aircraft carrier.

Jan 28, 2022

F-35C fighter jet: Race is on to reach sunken US plane… before China

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The $100m jet is fair game, in international waters. “It’s the Hunt for Red October meets The Abyss.”

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