China launches high-tech bird drones to watch over its citizens

Most Americans view the 2nd Amendment and gun ownership as enough of a defense against a Chinese military invasion but how will firearms ALONE stand up against a robot army coming from the air long after the SHTF? THE FOLLOW REPORT HAS BEEN  PUBLISHED BY CNET  Look! Up there! A pretty little bird gliding majestically through the sky, encapsulating the beauty of na -- oh wait. It's a high-tech surveillance drone. Over recent years, more than 30 Chinese military and government agencies have bee...
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Army Is Spending Half a Billion to Train Soldiers to Fight Underground

U.S. Army leaders say the next war will be fought in mega-cities, but the service has embarked on an ambitious effort to prepare most of its combat brigades to fight, not inside, but beneath them. MILITARY.COM Late last year, the Army launched an accelerated effort that funnels some $572 million into training and equipping 26 of its 31 active combat brigades to fight in large-scale subterranean facilities that exist beneath dense urban areas around the world. For this new type of warfare,...
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U.S. at Risk of Losing Military Technology Edge to China in Two Years

USNI.ORG The United States will lose its military technological superiority to China in two years if it does not put its $700 billion defense budget into areas that really matter, like artificial intelligence, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a former deputy secretary of defense warned on Thursday. “We should be prepared to be surprised” in any conflict with China, not only because it has invested heavily in modernizing its armed forces but also how it has invested in nex...
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China’s next aircraft carrier ‘accidentally’ revealed in boardroom promotional photo

CHINA has let slip a glimpse of what its next aircraft carrier looks like. And it’s a design that looks set to challenge the best the United States has to offer. NEWS.COM.AU ON the surface, the photo seems somewhat bland. It’s your typical corporate shot — a bunch of guys looking attentive around a boardroom table. But, in the background, on the big screen, is something likely to make the US Navy sit up and take notice. The image in the Chinese Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSI...
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