November 30, 2016

How The MSM is Destroying Itself

Watch: ‘SNL’ skit roasts the mainstream media and their election bias against Donald Trump

IDF - Israel Air Force F-35

Singapore Army - Cyber Pioneer TV - Belrex Protected Combat Support Vehicle

Pakistani suicide attackers killed yesterday

Rawalpindi needs to be made to pay the price.

Syria - Rebels Use Ancient Pirate Cannon In Combat

How about a Sling shot?

Dolphins Escort Giant US Submarine

Afghanistan - Taliban footage from Badakhshan showing them taking over Yamgan

Erdogan says today that the reason Turkish troops entered Syria was to end the rule of Assad

November 29, 2016

F 35 - The Smart Fighter for the Warfighter

Japan Air Self-Defense Force Open Day F35 version

Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa is the 16th Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan Army

BBC News Caught Staging FAKE News Chemical Attack In Syria

Main stream media at its best - FAKE NEWS

Russian Navy Su-30cm naval aviation given the name "Irkutsk"

See inside an Amazon warehouse in 360 degrees

M700 American Sniper Shootout Anniversary Edition Sniper Kit

Why George Soros Wants To See The World Burn

Pakistan Army behind beheading Indian soldier

Gauze tape and US night vision equipment left behind

November 28, 2016

Don't mess with Chuck Norris

Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force - Kaga (DDH 184) on sea trials

Israel increases order for F-35 fighter jets to 50

Israel's security cabinet on Sunday approved the purchase of an additional 17 Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighter jets, bringing its total number on order to 50.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement the decision to increase the order was unanimous.

Lockheed is developing three versions of the F-35 Lightning II jets for the U.S. military and nine countries that have already placed orders - Britain, Italy, Turkey, the Netherlands, Norway, Australia, Japan, Israel and South Korea.

Israel's first two are expected to be delivered by the end of the year.

Indian Navy Week 2016

in Mumbai

New Zealand - Modernization of Canterbury and Protector Class Ship

The Ministry of Defence of New Zealand issued a request for proposal (RFI) on the modernization of the ship limited multitasking HMNZS Canterbury (L421) and patrol vessel HMNZS Otago (P148) and HMNZS Wellington (P55), type Protector class. The purpose of the tender will be to select a supplier of new communication systems and data, which will replace the currently operated sets.

Modernization of vessels, due to their limited character, has run fast. Command of the Royal New Zealand Navy (Royal Navy of New Zealand) most likely will depend on the fact that the project was completed in 2017. The new communications system probably will be equipped for 3 patrol boat type Protector, Wellington will announce the winner before the holidays.

Mounting kits efficient communication and data transmission is to raise the level of cooperation with other units at sea. Increased situational awareness is also commanding officers, who will have easier access to information collected by the devices for marine environment. The new systems will be in operation at least until mid-l. 2030, when these vessels should be withdrawn from the line.

Equipment Installed on Philippine Navy’s New Vessel

The Philippine Navy (PN)'s second strategic sealift vessel, the BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), is now 91 percent complete and well in line to meet her May 2017 delivery date. (photo : defenseph)

NAVIGATIONAL, deck and engineering equipment are being installed on the Philippine Navy’s second strategic sealift vessel (SSV) that is undergoing construction at the PT PAL shipyard in Surabaya in Indonesia, a navy spokesman said over the weekend.

Navy spokesperson Capt. Lued Lincuna told journalists he has no idea on the vessel’s percentage of completion but said it will arrive in the country by May next year. It will be named BRP Davao Del Sur.

“I don’t know the exact percentage of completion but for sure she will be [home in the Philippines]by May 2017,” Lincuna said.

The BRP Davao Del Sur (LD-602), launched last September 29, 2016, is the largest Philippine warship that is currently in commission with the Navy. It is the sister ship of the BRP Tarlac (LD-601) that was commissioned in Pier 13, Manila South Harbor on June 1, 2016 after arriving in the country on May 14, 2016, following a five-day journey from PT PAL’s shipyard in Surabaya.

Like her sister ship BRP Tarlac, BRP Davao Del Sur is a Makassar-class landing platform dock.

Its delivery to the Philippines, tentatively scheduled middle of next year, will complete the two-unit SSV procurement project with an approved budget of P4 billion sourced from the military’s Modernization Act Trust Fund.

Just like its sister ship, BRP Davao Del Sur will serve as a floating command-and-control ship, especially in the conduct of humanitarian assistance and disaster response (HADR). It will also serve as a military sealift and transport vessel.

The ship has an overall length of 120 meters and a breadth of 21 meters, draft of five meters, and can carry a total payload of 2,800 tons.

BRP Davao Del Sur will have a cruising speed of at least 13 knots, maximum speed of 16 knots and a minimum operating range of 7,500 nautical miles. It can carry 500 troops, two rigid-hull inflatable boats, two landing craft units and three helicopters.

This is done by Saudi airstrikes all over Yemen

November 27, 2016

Iraqi pilot hits an IS suicide car bomber

China's first aircraft carrier "Liaoning" has been put into training and testing mission

Lt Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa appointed new army chief

He served in Congo as a brigade commander under former Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army Bikram Singh, who was serving there as a division commander.

X Corps

As lieutenant colonel, he served in the X Corps which is stationed in Rawalpindi, where he was general staff officer.

As a brigadier, Bajwa served as Chief of Staff at X Corps and has also commanded formation division in Northern Areas as formation commander. As a brigade commander, Bajwa has also commanded a United Nations peacekeeping mission in Congo. He served in Congo as a brigade commander under former Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army Bikram Singh, who was serving there as a division commander. Gen Singh later termed Bajwa's performance there as "professional and outstanding."

In May 2009, he was promoted to the rank of major general. As a major general, Bajwa served as the Force Commander of Gilgit-Baltistan and held the title of the General Officer Commanding.

In August 2011, he was awarded Hilal-i-Imtiaz (Military).

Bajwa was an instructor at School of Infantry and Tactics in Quetta, at Command and Staff College in Quetta and at National Defence University, Pakistan.
He was promoted to the rank of lieutenant general in August 2013 and was installed as Corps Commander X Corps shortly after. He was Grade-I officer during his tenure as Corps Commander X Corps.
In September 2015, he was appointed as the Inspector General of the Training and Evaluation at the GHQ where he was a Principal Staff Officer to then Chief of Army Staff Raheel Sharif

Saudi soldier hunted by Yemeni sniper

Boom Technology - Supersonic Aircraft : The Future Is Supersonic

6 dead (including 7 children) by Saudi airstrike attacks on family homes in Yemen region Hodieda

First photos of an Egyptian MiG-35, 6 aircraft from 46 will be delivered to Egypt in early 2017

Aerial footage of SAA airstrikes, artillery strikes on Jihadists in Aleppo city

November 26, 2016

New York Times presidential forecast - Oct 20, 2016

Most Media outlets and journalists are out of touch with REALITY.

That includes many people in many governments.

OPINIONS are being packaged as NEWS

CHANGE does not knock or identify itself at the door.

Pakistani terrorists killed in Manzpora, Bandipora

HMS Queen Elizabeth at Portsmouth

US A-10 Thunderbolt spotted while dropping a bomb in Southern Idlib countryside for first time

raheel sharif to shahid afridi


-Tailor Speacialist Ladies & Gents Live in Faisalabad

Pakistan Army

November 25, 2016

TED - What a driverless world could look like

Solution to clogged traffic lies in human blood transportation

Airbus history made: the A350-1000 performs its successful maiden flight

Russia MOD - Defence Systems & Unmanned Ground Vehicle For Protection Of Silo Launchers

Turkey: car bomb exploded outside the office of a governor in Adana

Islamic State Releases Pictures Shows Assassinating Of Col. Abd Al-Rahim Al-Dale'i In Aden, Yemen

AFGHANISTAN - Taliban Releases Images Of Newly Graduated Fighters From Khalid Bin Walid Training Camp

Note the wooden guns in the first picture

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