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  • Ashton Carter “Russia is a grave threat.” Budget Increasing!

    Secretary of Defense Ash Carter spoke about the DoD budget at an Economic Club of Washington breakfast event at 8:30 a.m. on February 2, 2016. He stated that the fiscal year 2017 budget will request $582.7 billion in funding for the Pentagon, including $71.4 billion for research and

  • China’s Navy Militarizes East/South China Seas

    US and Chinese Naval Clash Imminent

    In the next five to 15 years, says a recent Rand Corp. study, “Asia will witness a progressively receding frontier of U.S. dominance.” America’s corporations outsourcing strategies have made Communist China into a gold-based technological military power in the East and South China Seas.

  • GMCstreamTV Cyber OPS 2017 – Envistacom– Preston Collins

    Preston Collins, Director of Network Services at Envistacom -a network technical professional who has had a remarkable career in Architecture, Installation, Implementation, Integration, Security, and Administration in local and remote environments. Envistacom’s deployment of mission-critical IT Networks for DISA Global Operation Command Facility is highly prized by DISA. Richard Kusiolek, Managing Editor and CEO of GMCStreamTV engages with Preston Collins within a commentary format that discusses a case study (Passive Optical LAN (POL) –the newest, latest greatest based on the GPON technology. - DISA Global Operations Command) in which Preston played a key part in Envistacom’s deployment of mission-critical IT Networks for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Global Operation Command Facility.
  • GMCstreamTV (SOFIC) TAMPA - Rick Bueno -Trivalent - May 2017

    Richard Kusiolek, Managing Editor GMCstreamTV has an important interview on cybersecurity with Trivalent's CSO, Rick Bueno. The U.S. Army has ordered nearby 10,000 new F110 G3 rugged computer tablets designed to transmit combat-relevant information in high-threat environments. The notebooks are made by Getac, a firm which has announced a partnership with Trivalent, which makes NSA & DOD security software. By partnering with Trivalent, Getac hopes to offer enhanced security technology to the Army through a NSA-certified data protection technology. The software incorporates Data Alchemy, a program designed to render the data unusable by any unauthorized party. Trivalent uses an encryption and shredding approach as a way to secure storage on a device or in the cloud.

    Nett Warrior uses an emerging Army technology known as Joint Battle Command – Platform, a next-generation force tracking systems for both vehicles and dismounted units on the move; it represents the developmental trajectory sought by the Army which seeks to integrate advanced software for its emerging systems. The idea is to develop systems based on IP standards so they can quickly be upgraded as innovations occur.

  • Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Manufacturing Will Slow in 2016

    The reality is that both China and Russia (fifth-generation Sukhoi T-50 (PAK FA) have fielded Fifth generation fighters and increased satellite-centered C5ISR. The US (DoD) Department of Defense is in a race to redirect the 2017 budget towards improvement in military platforms such as the F-35. The Pentagon revealed that it expects to make "disproportionate" cuts to

  • Satellite Surveillance Proves China Militarizing Spratly Islands

    U.S. satellite and aircraft surveillance imagery shows China has positioned weaponry on one of the artificial islands it is developing in the South China Sea, American officials said, supporting their suspicions that Beijing has been building up the reefs for military purposes.  China follows a fait accompli approach to its 800 mile territorial claims and will use military platforms to enforce the Chinese Communist Party’s new offensive and defensive strategy.  The U.S. imagery detected two Chinese motorized artillery pieces on one of the artificial islands built by China about one month ago.  (The DONAR Self-Propelled Artillery Gun is shown for illustration only and is not used by the PLA)

  • U.S. Department of Defense spends millions on “Operation Jade Helm”

    to mobilize within US Cities.

    U.S. Department of Defense has spent millions of budget dollars on the classified “Operation Jade Helm 15.”  The speculation from civil liberty groups is that the Operation known as Jade Helm is designed to nullify the second amendment rights of gun-owners across the U.S.

  • US DoD 30 Nation Trident Juncture training exercise will now lead to 2016 certification of NATO’s Rapid Response Force

    Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 involved 36,000 personnel from more than 30 nations. Five thousand troops from the US Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines participated in the exercise. The exercise took place mainly in Spain, Portugal and Italy, but

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