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MIT staff will be given local gun MPT-76

Turkey’s state-owned small-arms manufacturer, is a select-fire, gas-operated derivative of Heckler & Koch’s HK416/417. It is currently entering service to replace Turkey’s G3A7 and G3A7A1 rifles. Continue reading

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North Korea Concentration Camps

The UNSPEAKABLE HELL of North Korea Concentration Camps: Shocking Cruelty Continue reading

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An Interview with Stanley McChrystal

Stanley McChrystal: “Does anybody know what we’re talking about?”
We were completely focused on how many ships and planes would be required over there. We got so wrapped around the axle on deployment and mobilization, we never stepped back and considered, “Wait a minute. We’re about to go to war.” Continue reading

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Combating Illegal Arms Trade and Smuggling in Sudan

By Muawad Mustafa Rashid Armed conflict in some neighbouring countries and domestic tribal fighting has led to the phenomenon of illegal arms trade and smuggling, a phenomenon which constitutes a real threat to national security and an incentive for foreign … Continue reading

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Iran’s Iraqi Shiite Proxies Increase Their Deployment to Syria

Phillip Smyth October 2, 2015 Recent online activities show that various Iranian-backed Iraqi Shiite militias have greatly expanded their recruitment efforts in support of the Assad regime, including numerous reports of significant battlefield action. On September 21, the Wall Street … Continue reading

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Iran’s Long-Range Rockets Could Reach America By 2015

    Amir Mizroch   HaYom    Iran could develop and test an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States by 2015, a new U.S. intelligence report released and declassified for publication on Friday has determined. The report, … Continue reading

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Transformation in Afghanistan: “We” and “they” or “we” and “us”?

World Security Network reporting from Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan, July 29, 2013 Following the current transition in Afghanistan (2011-2014), the international community has declared the next decade (2015-2024) an era of transformation. The path is too long to foresee … Continue reading

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Afghanistan Transition 2014: Discerned Probabilities

            By Brigadier (Retd.) Dr. Ahsan ur Rahman Khan Discernment of the probable form of the political transition of Afghanistan is one of the focal points of concern of the governments and public of Afghanistan, Pakistan … Continue reading

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Seven Conflicts of Concern for the U.S. Military by D. Stiegman

Small War Journals  Small Wars Journal this month is presenting a long paper examining seven flashpoints around the globe that contain the potential to break into open warfare that draws in the United States.  While the paper seems a bit like … Continue reading

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US: Syria ‘used chemical weapons’

The U.S. intelligence community assessed that the Syrian government had used chemical weapons against rebels, White House said in a statement Thursday.  File photo of White House   “Following a deliberative review, our intelligence community assesses that the Assad regime has used … Continue reading

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