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  • New World Order Being Built Government Video

    SecDef Hagel Says New World Order Being Built
    ℠2014 - During an event honoring the 223rd anniversary of Poland's constitution last night -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said we are seeing a new 21st century world order being built and although there are conflict and complications, there's still hope.
     
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  • Welcome To Tactical Center

    This is the first  News and updates post for Tactical Center. This site is being hosted with my NextGen website script.... Newest site news update....

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  • Navy Research Lab Develops New Body Armor for 2016

    WASHINGTON, May 15, 2015 – New lightweight, flexible and buoyant body armor developed at the Naval Research Laboratory could be in field use by 2016, the lead scientist who has overseen the armor’s two-year development said yesterday.

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  • Special Operations Troops Conduct Raid in Syria

    WASHINGTON, May 16, 2015 – Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced in a statement today that U.S. special operations forces yesterday conducted an operation in Syria to capture a senior leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorist organization.

    “Last night, at the direction of the Commander in Chief, I ordered U.S. special operations forces to conduct an operation in al-Amr in eastern Syria to capture an ISIL senior leader known as Abu Sayyaf and his wife Umm Sayyaf,” Carter said.

    Abu Sayyaf was involved in ISIL's military operations and also helped direct the terrorist organization's illicit oil, gas and financial operations, the defense secretary said.

    “Abu Sayyaf was killed during the course of the operation when he engaged U.S. forces,” he said.

    “U.S. forces captured Umm Sayyaf, who we suspect is a member of ISIL, played an important role in ISIL's terrorist activities, and may have been complicit in what appears to have been the enslavement of a young Yezidi woman rescued last night,” Carter said.

    Troops Raid SyriaNo U.S. forces were killed or injured during the operation, which represented “another significant blow to ISIL,” the defense secretary said.

    “And it is a reminder that the United States will never waver in denying safe haven to terrorists who threaten our citizens, and those of our friends and allies,” he continued.

    “I thank the extraordinary men and women in uniform who executed this complex and challenging mission, along with all those who supported it. Their professionalism, dedication, and valor are a deep source of pride and inspiration to us all,” Carter said.

     

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  • NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS ALERT

    Vol. 17, No. 50      12/17/10

    BATFE Requests “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales

     

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    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has proposed that it be given emergency authority for six months, beginning January 5, to require about 8,500 firearms dealers along the border with Mexico “to alert authorities when they sell within five consecutive business days two or more semiautomatic rifles greater than .22 caliber with detachable magazines.”  A Washington Post story reporting on the BATFE proposal described that definition as being applicable to “so-called assault weapons,” but it would also apply to many rifles that have never been labeled with that term.

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  • Kendall to Lead DoD Anthrax Laboratory Review Team

    WASHINGTON, June 4, 2015 – The Defense Department’s top acquisitions official will lead a comprehensive review of DoD’s laboratory procedures, processes and protocols associated with inactivating spore-forming anthrax, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work announced yesterday.

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  • Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria, Iraq

    SOUTHWEST ASIA, May 16, 2015 – U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

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  • FAA Steps Up Awareness Effort on Drone Restrictions

    WASHINGTON, May 14, 2015 – The Transportation Department’s Federal Aviation Administration announced a public outreach campaign yesterday for the national capital region to reinforce the message that the District of Columbia and cities and towns within a 15-mile radius of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport are a “No Drone Zone.”

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  • Helicopter Crew Recovery Efforts Continue in Nepal

    KATHMANDU, Nepal, May 16, 2015 – The recovery of a UH-1Y Huey helicopter that went missing May 12 and was later discovered on May 15 has resumed today, 8 miles north of Charikot, in the Dolakha district of Nepal.

    The recovery effort resumed at 6:30 a.m. Nepal Standard Time. Nepalese special forces, U.S. Marines, and Air Force pararescuemen were inserted near the wreckage site and worked together to gather information about the helicopter and its crew.

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  • Russian Actions Toward Ukraine

    NATO Leaders Discuss Russian Actions Toward Ukraine
    ℠2015 - Chairman of the Joint Chiefs GEN Martin Dempsey is closely following reports of Russian activity in Ukraine while meeting with NATO leaders in Brussels.
     
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