Open Source Flight Tracking Called Threat to Military AircraftBy Jan TeglerPublicly available flight tracking data is a growing problem for the U.S. military, a senior Pentagon official recently said.
ANALYSIS: National Security Strategy Emphasizes Strength in Numbers
Boxcutters, Garage Door Clickers and a Virus
So We Have a Border Wall — Now What?
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Budget Proposal Funds Second Coast Guard Icebreaker
GLOBAL EOD CONFERENCE NEWS: Domestic IED Threats Remain SteadyBy Yasmin Tadjdeh
Executive Order Highlights Electromagnetic Pulse ThreatBy Jon HarperIn March, President Donald Trump signed an “Executive Order on Coordinating National Resilience to Electromagnetic Pulses,” which many observers see as an important step in confronting an unconventional threat that could wreak havoc on the United States.
Border Wall Funding in the 2020 Defense Budget?By Jon HarperRumors are swirling that the Trump administration will include money to build a wall on the Southwest border in its fiscal year 2020 defense budget request, a move that would likely encounter stumbling blocks on Capitol Hill, analysts say.
A Dangerous New Class of Weapons Emerges
Counterterrorism Spending Tops $2.8 Trillion Since 9/11By Jon HarperThe U.S. government has spent more than $2.8 trillion on counterterrorism efforts since the al-Qaida attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, according to a recent study group.
+ Topic: Homeland Security