Assessment of North Korean Nuclear Arms Program Comes From Recovered Satellite

By: Monday April 15, 2013 9:49 am

Back in December the North Koreans launched a satellite to demonstrate their technological advancement, it didn’t go well. But North Korea’s loss may have been America’s gain as the Daily Beast reports that the U.S. Navy recovered the front section of the rocket used in North Korea’s satellite launch which gave away the status of the regime’s nuclear arms program.


Air Force Teaching Guide Minimizes History of Recruiting Nazis, Part One

By: Thursday July 28, 2011 11:30 am

Why does the United States Air Force, in their teaching materials provided to ICBM missile combat crew at Air Force Global Strike Command, present such a sympathetic portrayal of former Nazi scientist and SS officer Werner von Braun, and why does the Air Force limit their discussion about Nazi involvement in the U.S. space program to “only one man,” von Braun? The reason is simple, but shocking to many, as the history has been largely covered-up, or relegated to out-of-print history books: the U.S. missile program, and much of its military science program in the post-World War II period, was imported wholesale from the Nazis, including their leading scientists.

Late Night: Mystery Missile Fuels Conspiracy Theories

By: Tuesday November 9, 2010 8:00 pm

Oh noez! A super big giant phallo-missile mysteriously shot up in the air off of Catalina and no one at the Pentagon wants to talk.

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