Flying saucers to be produced !

Russian Volga region moves to produce flying saucers

07:13 03/03/2010 The government of the Ulianovsk Region in the Volga area has approved a five-year program to produce so-called « flying saucers » – a bizarre hybrid of a helicopter and an aerostat.>>

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USAF airborne LASER destroys boosting missile

2/12/2010 – WASHINGTON (AFNS) – Missile Defense Agency officials demonstrated the potential use of directed energy to defend against ballistic missiles when the Airborne Laser Testbed, successfully destroyed a boosting ballistic missile Feb. 11 over the Pacific Ocean.

The experiment, conducted at Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center-Weapons Division Sea Range off the central California coast, serves as a proof-of-concept demonstration for directed energy technology.
The Airborne Laser Testbed is a pathfinder for the nation’s directed energy program and its potential application for missile defense technology.

Read further on the YAL-1A, a modified Boeing 747-400F known as the Airborne Laser on:  >>>>>

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GEOTAGGING TECHNOLOGY

Yo Jude: Geotagging

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Sustainable development – GRAVITY AIRCRAFT viable solution?

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Cyberspace operations culture change

 

Commentary by Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff. 5/28/2009- WASHINGTON, D.C

Fellow Airmen,Computer chipset and electronic components

In executing our Air Force mission of fly, fight and win, our Airmen, civilians and contractors, knowingly or unknowingly, engage daily on the cyber battlefield. Computers and personal electronic devices connected to our networks can simultaneously be powerful tools and critical vulnerabilities. At times, our networks have been compromised by multiple means: Malware hidden in emails, virus-corrupted thumb drives, and media moved incorrectly between networks. We can prevent these events with due consideration and proper procedures, but in the past, we’ve regarded network protection and security as the « comm guy’s job, » and as a user inconvenience. This must no longer be the case.

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