Take that DoD: Senior Navy officer fights vaccine mandate and wins

Take that DoD: Senior Navy officer fights vaccine mandate and wins

by WorldTribune Staff, May 23, 2022 Navy Lt. Billy Moseley has claimed a huge victory for those opposed to forced vaccines as the Navy administrative separation board voted unanimously to retain the officer who refused to comply with the Department of Defense’s Covid vaccine mandate. Moseley, an officer in the Navy for 22 years, could […]

U.S. ‘will not deploy the warship with him in command,’ Navy says of unvaxxed commander

U.S. ‘will not deploy the warship with him in command,’  Navy says of unvaxxed commander

by WorldTribune Staff, March 9, 2022 The U.S. Navy is refusing to deploy a guided-missile destroyer because its commander is unvaccinated. The unnamed commander is seeking a religious exemption to the Pentagon’s Covid vax mandate. “With respect to Navy Commander, the Navy has lost confidence in his ability to lead and will not deploy the […]

Military eyes using social media to keep troops in line: ‘Extreme’ patriotism a no no?

Military eyes using social media to keep troops in line: ‘Extreme’ patriotism a no no?

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, March 5, 2021 Fighting the “enemy within” is apparently a top priority for the team running the Joe Biden White House and the military brass under their command. During his Senate confirmation hearings, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin pledged to “rid our ranks of racists and extremists.” “The job of the Department […]

Peter Thiel: Investigate Google’s ‘unprecedented’ cooperation with Chinese military

Peter Thiel: Investigate Google’s ‘unprecedented’ cooperation with Chinese military

by WorldTribune Staff, August 13, 2019 Google is developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology for China which “clearly has a lot of military applications” and should be investigated by the CIA or FBI, technology entrepreneur Peter Thiel said. Under the one-party political system in which the Chinese Communist Party rules, Google’s AI China-based research and development […]

It’s not only Russia: China and Iran also push disinformation to divide target audiences

It’s not only Russia: China and Iran also push disinformation to divide target audiences

by WorldTribune Staff, June 20, 2019 Russia is not the only foreign actor intent on spreading disinformation to cause disruption among its foes. China and Iran are also employing operatives in “information manipulation,” the intelligentsia’s term for fake news, reports say. China insists that it does not interfere in other nations’ internal affairs, but the […]

Not UFOs: Navy pilots given guidance on reporting ‘unexplained aerial phenomena’

Not UFOs: Navy pilots given guidance on reporting ‘unexplained aerial phenomena’

by WorldTribune Staff, June 5, 2019 The U.S. Navy this year sent out new classified guidance for how its pilots report what the Pentagon calls “unexplained aerial phenomena,” or unidentified flying objects. The new guidance was an update of instructions that went out to the fleet in 2015 after pilots participating in training maneuvers off […]

The military and UFOs: New policy seeks to bridge ‘gap in situational awareness’

The military and UFOs: New policy seeks to bridge ‘gap in situational awareness’

by WorldTribune Staff, May 21, 2019 “Situational awareness” is the military term for having complete understanding of the environment in which you are operating. “During a military mission, whether in peace or in war, if a pilot or soldier can’t identify an object, they have a serious problem: How should they react, without knowing if […]

Reports: U.S. halts F-35 shipments to Turkey

Reports: U.S. halts F-35 shipments to Turkey

by WorldTribune Staff, April 2, 2019 The United States on April 1 said it has stopped the delivery of F-35 fighter jet parts to Turkey following the Turkish government’s decision to purchase the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile system. The U.S. said it was immediately halting the delivery of F-35 parts and manuals as the first […]

Focus of Pentagon’s 2020 budget all about China: U.S. ignored mounting threat ‘too long’

Focus of Pentagon’s 2020 budget all about China: U.S. ignored mounting threat ‘too long’

by WorldTribune Staff, March 17, 2019 The Pentagon’s proposed $718 billion budget for 2020 is designed in large part to counter the threat from China and its rapidly advancing military technology, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said. In presenting the Trump administration’s proposed 2020 defense budget to the Senate Armed Services Committee on March 14, […]

Poll of veterans back Trump on military decisions

Poll of veterans back Trump on military decisions

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE: Countdown: Top stories of 2018 by WorldTribune Staff, January 3, 2019 An overwhelming majority of U.S. military veterans interviewed for a new poll support President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and Iraq and most also back the president’s decision to deploy troops to the border with Mexico. […]

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