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During the American War of Independence the Dutch People Greeted U.S. Naval Commander John Paul Jones as a Hero

(Courtesy of our dear friend Rick Sanders) September 23, 1779, 236 years ago, John Paul Jones carried out one of the great exploits of naval history; 10 days later, the Dutch saved Jones from being hanged from the yard arm … Continue reading

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Aegis Ashore Facility Being packed Up for Shipment to Romania

The equipment and structures for the first ballistic missile defense site in Europe have been undergoing operational testing in Moorestown, NJ, but are now being disassembled and packed up into containers for shipment to Romania. In about a year, Defense … Continue reading

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Syria Opposition Continues to Factionalize

The official Syrian opposition (that is, the opposition backed by the U.S. because they want to bring “freedom” and “democracy” to Syria) seems to have one enduring characteristic these days: it keeps getting smaller. According to a detailed report by … Continue reading

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