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Trump Sent Muslims Special Independence Day Gift Yesterday To Prove He’s NOT Messing Around

Say hello to Allah, b-tches!

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It was a very happy Independence Day holiday for all us Patriotic Americans who see the threat that Muslims possess to our society, the world and to the very existence of mankind.

Our new president, Donald Trump, rang in the 4th of July in style by actually bombing the crap out of our enemies. By enemies, I don’t mean the so-called snowflake “Resist” movement coming out of Hollyweird, or the treasonous Democrat Party these days.

The precision strikes involved Isis strongholds in both Iraq and Syria.  And the best part is they consisted of 25 strikes with well over 85 engagements, with the strikes coming amid two large-scale U.S. backed pushes in both of those country’s problem areas. The U.S. is currently in its final phase of supporting the Iraqi Security Force’s military campaign to retake the formerly ISIS-held city of Mosul.

ISIS gained control the city over two years ago when Former President Barack Hussein Obama decided it was a good idea to give these terrorist jobs rather than to just kill them and have their Satanist God of Allah sort things out. But during the campaign then candidate Donald Trump was very clear that he wasn’t going to play around with America’s enemies. And he is keeping his word by annihilating each and every one of these scumbag Muslim terrorists.

The Washington Times Reports:

‘Bomb the hell out of ISIS’

In December, The Washington Times reported on the frustration of Green Berets in Syria as they tried to organize, train and equip Syrian Democratic Forces units on a march toward the Islamic State’s proclaimed capital of Raqqa. The soldiers complained of micromanagement by superiors watching their every move via surveillance aircraft.

“Based on the very high-level approval required to conduct operations, it can be extremely frustrating for the teams,” an officer told The Times. “We just don’t have the latitude we had during our years in Iraq, and that can be frustrating for the teams. The progress over the last year has been slow. Each team may not see it during their rotation, but cumulatively we’ve made significant progress against Daesh while maintaining relationships with Turkey and Jordan. In my many years in Special Forces, I’ve never been involved with a more complex mission.”

Daesh is a disputed acronym based on the terrorist group’s full Arabic name.

That same officer told The Times last week: “The commanders on the ground have a great deal of latitude. Tabqa is a great example: a complex operation developed and executed at the lowest level and enabled from higher.”

Green Berets were able to call in more air assets and change tactics on the run. U.S. Central Command also introduced Marine Corps artillery units that provided precise fire as the SDF moved forward.

“The reduction in micromanagement of tactical level actions by the White House staff during the Obama era, to the delegation of authority to conduct military actions to military professionals by President Trump is a laudatory step in assuring our national security strategy is optimally executed,” said retired Air Force Lt. Gen. David Deptula.

Early in his presidential campaign, Mr. Trump made a one-minute radio ad. He spelled out his planned strategy as “quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of ISIS.”

There has indeed been an uptick in airstrikes in Iraq and Syria. Outside that theater, U.S. Central Command carried out days of airstrikes against the Islamic State in Libya and Yemen. It also dropped the biggest conventional U.S. bomb on a concentration of Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan.

Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, the Iraq-Syria command, issues daily airstrike numbers. It is difficult to compare 2016 strikes to this year’s because battlefield conditions and objectives change.

In February, Mr. Trump’s first full month in office, the coalition conducted 831 airstrikes, compared with 684 in February 2016.
Mr. Deptula, a career fighter pilot, called the Obama bombing campaign too timid.

Of Mr. Trump’s strategy, he said: “There has been an increase in the average number of airstrikes per day since the inauguration. That is most likely attributable to the latter stages of the campaign to dislodge the Islamic State from Mosul and Raqqa.”

What Islamic State hawks are not seeing from the Trump team are grander strategy changes such as safe zones for innocents, no-fly zones to protect them and a coalition occupation force to keep Syrian regime units and Iranian surrogates away from liberated eastern towns.
Retired Army Gen. Jack Keane is one of Washington’s most astute analysts on the long fight against jihadis.

“There are some differences but certainly no change in strategy, just resources,” Mr. Keane told The Times. “In Syria, which is the ISIS sanctuary, some additional [special operations forces] are in place to assist with the U.S.-led coalition of Syrian Kurds/Arabs plus additional artillery, Apache attack helicopters along with a general loosening up of the rules of engagement.”

He said he believes Mr. Trump’s national security team has rejected an even more aggressive strategy to create a ground force of U.S. and Sunni Arab troops to prevent Iran and its militias from dominating eastern Syria after the elimination of the Islamic State.

War of annihilation

J.D. Gordon, a former Pentagon spokesman and national security adviser to the Trump presidential campaign, views the changes as more significant. For the first time, he said, a U.S. administration is calling out Qatar, via Persian Gulf allies, for its ties to Sunni terrorism.

“President Trump has taken the war against ISIS to the next level,” Mr. Gordon said. “First, he’s worked with allied forces to surround and physically destroy ISIS fighters in both Iraq and Syria, and second, increased pressure on their finances to include shining a spotlight on Qatar’s support to terror groups. Simultaneously, he’s enacted extreme vetting for numerous countries where it’s near impossible to screen out ISIS operatives and sympathizers.”

Retired Army Lt. Gen. James Dubik commanded troops in Iraq and now analyzes counterterrorism as a scholar at the Institute for the Study of War in Washington.

Mr. Dubik said the jury is still out on Mr. Mattis‘ war of annihilation, which the former Army soldier views as bringing more combined arms to put more pressure on the Islamic State.

“The battle for Tabqa is, I think, an example of this more intense and sophisticated approach, an approach that is, I think, a departure from the previous administration,” he said. “So far, however, the difference is in degree, not kind.”

He said a war of annihilation does not mean the coalition must kill or capture every Islamic State fighter. It means the strategy must prevent the fighters from reconstituting as terrorists to capture new territory or regain lost ground. This involves not just killing but also putting into place broader actions among allies to deny money, weapons and replacements for the dead.

“I don’t see much evidence that the administration has done any better than the last two at cracking the code for coordinating the transnational, nonmilitary actions necessary for annihilating this kind of enemy,” Mr. Dubik said.

All the while, he said, China, Russia, Iran and North Korea are watching.

“They are all making conclusions about whether the U.S. is able to use force to attain its strategic aims,” he said.

Mr. Mattis‘ definition of annihilation seemed simpler. The retired four-star Marine Corps general, while commanding troops in Iraq, was known for pushing the battle plan that would kill the most enemies. To him, a dead Islamic State terrorist is no longer a threat to the region or to the West.

“So by taking the time to deconflict, to surround and then attack, we carry out the annihilation campaign so we don’t simply transplant this problem from one location to another,” he said.

Working with Turkey, the Pentagon estimates the flow of Islamic State recruits into Syria has slowed from 1,500 a month to 100 a month.

Although Isis fighters are putting up a good fight they are no match for the full military might of the United States of America. And because we now have a president who promised he wasn’t playing around, he is sending them to meet their “72” virgins.

We as citizens need to support this no matter what side of the political spectrum you are in. But my guess is no matter what happens the left will always attack our president. After all, he’s not black, nor a woman.

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Wow! Here Are Our Military’s Newest And Planned Vehicles

Some badass gear right here!

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We recently reported on our military’s new weapon systems. So let’s look at our military’s newest and upcoming vehicles.

Planes and Helicopters

Vertical Take-off Drone

There are two types of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone at the moment: the Arcturus T-20 and T-16 have vertical lift motors and rotors of a quadcopter. And the Martin UAV takes off vertically like a Harrier jet.

EA-18G Growler Electronic Attack Aircraft

A variant of the F/A-18F Super Horne, this is an airborne electronic attack (AEA) jet that

Provides tactical jamming and electronic protection to U.S. military forces and allies around the world.

Army Dual-Rotor Drone for Casualty-Evacuation

The DP14 Hawk Drone resembles a miniature CH-47 Chinook helicopter and can carry 430 pounds in its six-foot by 20-inch cargo space for about 2.4 hours.

Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node (TERN)

A prototype of the TERN is due by November, 2017, and will be

Able to operate from small forward-deployed ships and is expected to combine vertical takeoff and landing with the ability to fly long distances like fix-winged UAVs.

 Bell Helicopter V-280 Valor

This is a tiltrotor vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) craft. It is the

First new American tiltrotor since the MV-22 Osprey and a candidate to replace the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter

Army’s Hoverbike Prototype

The hoverbike is basically a re-supply drone that looks similar to that flown in George Lucas’ movie, “Return of the Jedi”.

Ground Vehicles

Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure (SURUS)

This new multi-purpose truck has a

Hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered chassis that executives say could allow the U.S. military to move equipment and supplies around the battlefield more efficiently and safely.

And it will be flexible enough to be driven by remote control, human, or become a “autonomous driving vehicle (ADV) or drone!

 LAV-25 Light Armored Vehicle

This innovative multi-purpose vehicle is designed to be used by the U.S. Marine Corps. It will operate with six different mission roles: ‘Anti Tank, command and Control, Mortar, Recovery, Logistics, and Electronic Warfare).”

Ships

 U.S. Navy’s Sea Hunter Drone

This unique vessel is a 40-meter trimaran designed to conduct antisubmarine warfare. Although its capability is not fully released, it is

Said to be capable of patrols of up to seventy days at a bewildering distance of ten thousand nautical miles.

Combatant Craft Assault Boat

This vessel is a

Stealthy multi-role watercraft designed to replace U.S. Special Operations Command’s smaller MkV Special Operations Craft and Naval Special Warfare Rigid Inflatable Boats for “inserting and extracting SOF in low-to-medium threat environment.”

High speed boarding trials of Barracuda alongside Irish Naval …

Here's a cool video of Barracuda undergoing high speed boarding trials at over 20kts alongside an Irish Naval ship, special thanks to IMERC and the Irish Naval service for their collaboration.

Posted by Safehaven Marine on Thursday, September 28, 2017

Virginia-class Attack Submarine

This class of submarines has replaced the decommissioned Los Angeles-class submarines. It is planned to be built

Through 2043, and expected to remain in service past 2060. Based on recent updates to the designs, some of the Virginia-class submarines are expected to still be in service in 2070. So there you have it.

It’s kind of exciting, isn’t it?

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BREAKING: Homeland Security On HIGH ALERT After Who Just Went Missing Within The U.S. And It’s BAD

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One-hundred-and-fifty people brought to the U.S. for military training have gone absent without leave (AWOL) and they could be dangerous. Over ten of them are missing and could be lurking anywhere in America. The people brought over are Afghan troops who were supposed to receive training, but since arriving as far back as 2005, they’ve gone AWOL or vanished completely. Some live as illegal immigrants. Other’s haven’t been found at all. There’s at least 13 still missing and it doesn’t seem like anyone has any leads on their whereabouts.

A major part of the problem is that the imported soldiers don’t go through an interview process nor are they required to register as an alien upon their arrival in the United States. It’s reported, by Washington Post, that people usually go through the interview and alien registration process, but it seems like the Afghan troops are exempt from both procedures.

The Washington Times reported:

More than 150 Afghan troops brought to the U.S. for military training have gone AWOL since 2005, with 13 of them still unaccounted for and perhaps living as here illegal immigrants now, an inspector general said in a new report Friday.
Part of the problem is that the U.S. never puts the trainees through an in-person interview and exempts them from registering as aliens when they arrive — both steps that other visitors would normally have to go through.


In-person interviews and requiring the troops to register beforehand would help the government gauge whether someone is likely to go absent without leave, and would give immigration officers information about relatives in the U.S. as starting points when someone does go AWOL, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction said.

But the State Department rejected those suggestions.


The audit said that while no acts of terrorism have yet been traced to the trainees, immigration agents say they’re worried because a number who go AWOL end up trying to claim asylum in the U.S., stymieing any national security investigation into their behavior.
Beyond the potential danger, American taxpayers also miss out on the investment in the troops

There’s two main concerns when troops from other countries go missing without leave. The first problem is that they could be dangerously lurking in the country and no one really knows who they are or where they’re at. That’s potentially dangerous in terms of terrorism or other forms of attacks. It’s quoted above as there not being any acts of terrorism linked to trainees, which is good. It makes sense for the trainees who went AWOL to not commit any crime if they simply came here to secretly start a new life in asylum.

The second problem is that money has been wasted bringing them here and then needing to find replacements as necessary. It’s not cheap to fly people from Afghanistan to America, so imagine how many extra flights there may have been thanks to people going missing and our government not having much of an idea of where they are, who they’re with, or what they’re doing.

The Washington Times went on:

Investigators identified 152 Afghan trainees who have gone absent without leave under the training program. Seventy of them fled the U.S., 39 managed to obtain legal status here, three returned to duty, 27 were arrested and put in deportation proceedings, and 13 remain unaccounted for.


The largest number disappeared from training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, but four went AWOL from training in D.C., three disappeared from Quantico, Virginia, and one from Arlington.


The State Department and Homeland Security said they don’t think there’s a reason to be concerned.


State officials said they don’t want to do in-person interviews before issuing visas to Afghan troops, and said they’re not convinced of the importance of full registration either.

It’s slightly bizarre to see Afghan soldiers fly to America, then flee the country. Almost 40 Afghan troops gained legal status in America, which is great because they followed the laws – thank you for that. Learning that 3  soldiers returned to duty is very noble and let’s hope they remain loyal to the job they signed up for.

What is definitely alarming is that State officials do not want interviews or full registration. That doesn’t make much sense if you ask a regular everyday person. When your country brings soldiers from another country over for training, and they start disappearing, then it’s time to take roll more effectively than ever. One simply does not permit random people into their country and not keep tabs on them.

Call it crazy, but they may want to consider the interviews and full interviews with which one might determine the soldier is bound to haul off once they hit pay dirt in America.

Should there be more strict vetting upon everyone entering the country? For the people who are against extreme vetting – how would you ensure someone entering American is safe to have as an overnight guest?

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BREAKING: Trump Just ENDED It For Every NASTY Liberal Who Crossed Him In One INCREDIBLE Call

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Liberals’ latest attack on President Donald Trump in a desperate effort to take him down was to claim that he made insensitive remarks to a Gold Star family after their black soldier son was killed in the line of duty. The left has reached such a level of depravity that they are actually using this family as their political tools, who they will soon toss to the side as soon as they get their mileage out it. That family could soon be learning how liberals really feel about their pain and loss, now that Trump has just ended this fake controversy that liberals created with the release of a leaked call he recently made to the family of a Special Forces soldier.

It’s very clear who has no respect for our military and it’s not Trump. Leave it to liberals to use tragedy to their advantage and this case is no different. Trump just proved how he really feels when a soldier’s life is lost while fighting for our country and it’s nothing like what his detractors have been saying about it over the last week.

Natasha De Alencar tragically lost her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar back in April while he was in the line of duty. After hearing what happened, Trump picked up the phone to reach out to the widow, in the same way he did with this Gold Star family at the center of liberal’s controversy. While the twisted what the president said as being insensitive and rude, simply so they could have something to be used against him, another family in this same situation had a much different reaction to what he had to say to them, and it’s not what liberals want to hear right now.

De Alencar released the footage which proves what an incredible president we now have, especially compared to his predecessor who didn’t make time to share his condolences with Gold Star families.

“I am so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a, what a horrible thing – except that he’s an unbelievable hero. You know, all of the people that served with him are saying how incredible he was,” Trump told Natasha during the exchange shared with the Washington Post. “Everyone tells me how great he was,” Trump added. “He was the boss … He was their friend. They all loved him.

“I’m glad that you got to hear a little bit about him, sir, Natasha replied to the president. “My husband is, to me, he was already my hero. We’ve been together 15 years, five children.”

This wasn’t all the widow had to say. She was so deeply touched by the fact that he took the time to call her and what he had to say during that conversation, that she wanted to set the record straight to all who say otherwise.

The Daily Mail reports:

When the mother of five went into detail discussing the successes of her children, the President inquired further and asked about her eldest son’s scholarship and experience playing football for Missouri Valley College.

The conversation also led to the commander-in-chief offering Natasha an invitation to the Oval Office.

The seemingly pleasant interaction was filmed by one of Natasha’s children, while Trump told the widowed mother to tell the rest of the kids in the room that ‘their father was a great hero’ who he greatly ‘respected’.

After their lengthy call where the president was far more involved and interested in her husband, her family, and their lives, De Alencar said that Trump “was a great guy, he was a boss.” This is a long shot from what the left has claimed of him, perhaps in part to cover up Barack Obama’s constant lack of compassion for fallen soldiers and their families.

“On Thursday, White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, defended Trump after he received criticism from Congresswoman Frederica Wilson – who listened in on another one of the President’s phone calls with a Gold Star family,” Mail Online reported. “Wilson accused the President of making ‘insensitive’ remarks during the condolence call.”

“Kelly, who lost his own son in Afghanistan back in 2010, appeared somber while speaking on the matter at a press conference. ‘It stuns me that a Member of Congress would have listened in on that conversation. Absolutely stuns me. I thought at least that was sacred,’ Kelly said in the statement.”

Nothing is “sacred” to liberals who will kneel for our flag that these soldiers died defending. They will invade other people’s privacy, like this congresswoman did, just to get one over on Trump. The loss that the Gold Star family is suffering right now is not even respected since it’s being used for their gain and that’s what’s truly sick and disrespectful…not what they twisted about what Trump said in a compassionate call to them and all other families of fallen soldiers.

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