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  1. 1,000s Turkish forces surround NATO’s Incirlik air base for ‘inspection’ amid rumors of coup attempt July 31, 2016 "Some 7,000 armed police in heavy vehicles surrounded the Incirlik air base used by NATO forces in Adana in what a Turkish minister called a “security check.” With no official explanation, speculations have arisen about a new coup attempt or VIP visit. Hurriyet reported earlier that Adana police had been tipped off about a new coup attempt, and forces were immediately alerted. The entrance to the base was closed off. Security forces armed with rifles and armored TOMA vehicles used by Turkish riot police could be seen at the site in photos taken by witnesses. Turkey’s minister for EU Affairs downplayed the situation in a Twitter post, saying a “security inspection” was carried out. “We did the general security check. There is nothing wrong,” he tweeted from Adana. Some supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have reportedly flocked to the cordon surrounding the base. The scene, however, did not appear as massive and tense as the recent Adana protests demanding for the base to be shut down." snip https://www.rt.com/news/354042-turkish-police-incirlik-nato-coup/ ADANA: people protest in front of the American Consulate in Adana Turkey INCIRLIK Protesters İncirlik'te alarm: 10'uncu Tanker Üs Komutanlığı'na giriş ve çıkışlar yasaklandı (Periscope yayını) Does anyone recall these things? Erdogan Declares Himself ISIS Leader, Hopes To Start World War 3 12/2015 http://yournewswire.com/erdogan-declares-himself-isis-leader-hopes-to-start-world-war-3/ IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO BEAT ISIS WITH ERDOĞAN IN POWER 3/2016 http://www.newsweek.com/impossible-beat-isis-erdogan-power-442767 Turkey and Erdogan: Here comes the (real) caliphate | Fox News http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/07/21/turkey-and-erdogan-here-comes-real-caliphate.html Turkey cut power to a US air base where 50 H-bombs are 'waiting to ... http://www.businessinsider.com/commercial-power-cut-at-incirlik-airbase-turkey-2016-7 NATO's Largest Nuclear Storage Facility Carries Risks - International ... http://www.international-press-syndicate.org/index.php/syndication/individual-journalists/326-nato-s-largest-nuclear-storage-facility-carries-risks Sic Semper Tyrannis : "How Turkey Could Become the Next Pakistan ... http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2016/07/httpwwwunderstandingwarorgbackgrounderhow-turkey-could-become-next-pakistan.html So now what is the one thing "everyone" has been "so worried" about? ISIS getting their hands on nukes?? Incirlik holds at least 50 - FIFTY that is "Tactical" nukes?? My my, isn't that really kind of convenient?? T that number must be at 1 or 0 by now!
  2. hmm ... what's going on here? The Pentagon said Thursday that U.S. and Chinese military forces have agreed to participate in an unprecedented land training exercise together in Australia later this year. Despite friction between Washington and Beijing over China’s military muscle-flexing in Asia, the two sides have conducted occasional joint naval drills during recent years. But the upcoming ground force exercise will be the first of its kind. Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Jeff Pool confirmed an Australian media report Thursday, which said the exercise will take place in October in rugged terrain, with a small but unspecified number of U.S. Marines, Australian and Chinese troops participating. [snip] read more at http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jul/17/us-china-participate-unprecedented-joint-ground-fo/
  3. Russia moves to prohibit the U.S. from using the ISS in 2020 May 13, 2014 "Russia's ongoing feud with the United States has hit new heights — literally. In retaliation for the sanctions the U.S. imposed on Russia during the Ukraine crisis, the country said it won't allow the U.S. use the International Space Station after 2020. The measures, which were announced today by Russia's deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, also prohibit the U.S. from using the ISS's rocket engines to launch new satellites. Although the space station is manned by a Russian and American crew, the only way to reach it is by using Russia's Soyuz spaceships." snip http://theweek.com/speedreads/index/261512/speedreads-russia-said-its-going-to-prohibit-the-us-from-using-the-iss-in-2020 Russia casts doubt on US' future with the ISS over Ukraine sanctions May 13, 2014 "The head of Russia’s space program says Moscow will reject the United States’ request to use the International Space Station beyond 2020 – the latest twist in a standoff between the two countries over the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who leads Russia’s defense industry, made the announcement Tuesday. He also said Russia will block Washington from using Russian-made rocket engines to launch military satellites, according to Reuters. The moves come after the U.S. slapped sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s allies -- who include Rogozin -- for Russia's intervention in Ukraine. The U.S. also denied export licenses for high-tech items that could aid Russia’s military. "These sanctions are out of place and inappropriate," Rogozin said at a news conference Tuesday. "We have enough of our own problems." Russia supplies NK-33 and RD-180 rocket engines to the U.S. "We are ready to deliver these engines but on one condition -- that they will not be used to launch military satellites," Rogozin said. A Kremlin-controlled firm that Rogozin oversees produces and supplies the RD-180 engine to American defense contractors." snip http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/05/13/russia-casts-doubt-on-us-future-with-iss-over-ukraine-sanctions/
  4. By JODI RUDOREN, MICHAEL R. GORDON and MARK LANDLER April 2, 2014 President Mahmoud Abbas met with Palestinian leaders on Tuesday, signing documents to join 15 international bodies. Credit Atef Safadi/European Pressphoto Agency "JERUSALEM — Surprising the United States and Israel, the Palestinian leadership formally submitted applications on Wednesday to join 15 international agencies, leaving the troubled Middle East talks brokered by Secretary of State John Kerry on the verge of breakdown. The applications were signed by President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority on Tuesday evening as part of a move to gain the benefits of statehood outside the negotiation process. They were delivered on Wednesday morning to Robert Serry, the United Nations special coordinator in the region, and, in relevant cases, to representatives of Switzerland and the Netherlands, according to Palestinian officials. Riyad al-Malki, the Palestinian foreign minister, delivered the letters to Mr. Serry at a meeting in the West Bank city of Jericho between Mr. Serry and Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator. Riyad al-Malki, the Palestinian foreign minister, delivered the letters to Mr. Serry at a meeting in the West Bank city of Jericho between Mr. Serry and Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator. Saskia Ramming, a spokeswoman for Mr. Serry, said the letters would be relayed to the appropriate body for each of the 15 treaties and conventions the Palestinians want to join, adding that there is “a whole procedure involved” in examining the documents. “You basically submit that you want to accede and then it goes to the depository and there’s a process of review,” Ms. Ramming said. “To say this takes effect tomorrow, that’s a bit misleading.” snip http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/03/world/middleeast/middle-east-peace-talks.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=1
  5. March 26, 2014 "Behind closed doors the U.S. government is giving Russia free military equipment—also used to train American troops—even after President Obama announced punitive sanctions against Moscow and, more importantly, a suspension in military engagement over the invasion and occupation of Ukraine. The secret operation was exposed this week by members of Congress that discovered it in the process of reviewing the Fiscal Year 2014 budget and the proposed Fiscal Year 2015 budget request. It turns out that the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has been providing the Russian Federation with the Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES), the federal legislators say. The U.S. military uses MILES for tactical force-on-force training because it has a system of lasers and dummy ammunition to simulate ground combat. It’s a crucial, military-grade technology that’s similar to a “laser tag” available in some commercial markets, according to one of the outraged lawmakers (Oklahoma Republican Jim Bridenstine) that helped uncover the scandal. Bridenstine, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, has joined forces with Ohio Republican Mike Turner, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces, to demand an end to the program. Along with about a dozen other House colleagues they penned a letter to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, who oversees the agency carrying out the “irresponsible military equipment transfers” to Russia." snip http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2014/03/u-s-gives-russia-free-military-equipment-used-by-army-marines/
  6. This article has some amazing tidbits about Seattle history and lithography, however my highlights point to something perhaps more amazing. Check it: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/20/us/under-seattle-a-big-object-blocks-bertha-what-is-it.html?_r=0 Something unknown, engineers say — and all the more intriguing to many residents for being unknown — has blocked the progress of the biggest-diameter tunnel-boring machine in use on the planet, a high-tech, largely automated wonder called Bertha. At five stories high with a crew of 20, the cigar-shaped behemoth was grinding away underground on a two-mile-long, $3.1 billion highway tunnel under the city’s waterfront on Dec. 6 when it encountered something in its path that managers still simply refer to as “the object.” The object’s composition and provenance remain unknown almost two weeks after first contact because in a state-of-the-art tunneling machine, as it turns out, you can’t exactly poke your head out the window and look. “What we’re focusing on now is creating conditions that will allow us to enter the chamber behind the cutter head and see what the situation is,” Chris Dixon, the project manager at Seattle Tunnel Partners, the construction contractor, said in an interview this week. Mr. Dixon said he felt pretty confident that the blockage will turn out to be nothing more or less romantic than a giant boulder, perhaps left over from the Ice Age glaciers that scoured and crushed this corner of the continent 17,000 years ago. But the unknown is a tantalizing subject. Some residents said they believe, or want to believe, that a piece of old Seattle, buried in the pell-mell rush of city-building in the 1800s, when a mucky waterfront wetland was filled in to make room for commerce, could be Bertha’s big trouble. That theory is bolstered by the fact that the blocked tunnel section is also in the shallowest portion of the route, with the top of the machine only around 45 feet below street grade. “I’m going to believe it’s a piece of Seattle history until proven otherwise,” said Ann Ferguson, the curator of the Seattle Collection at the Seattle Public Library, who said she held out hope for something of 1890s Klondike Gold Rush vintage, when Seattle became the crazed and booming gateway city to the gold fields of Alaska and Canada. ... efforts to drain water and reduce pressure at the drill head, with a series of bore holes pushed down in recent days, could allow workers to get safe access to the blocked site as early as Friday. But working at atmospheric pressures similar to what a diver would experience, the team could stay down only for short periods, and each visitor would then need time in a decompression chamber. ... If the object can’t be broken up below ground, there would need to be excavation down from the street. The tunnel is to run north and south along Elliott Bay from Century Link Field, home of football’s Seahawks, to a point near the Space Needle on the north, allowing demolition of an elevated roadway and improved crosstown foot and bicycle access. ... nlike Boston or New York, where tunnels are common and bedrock is close to the surface, getting to that end point is messy. Seattle’s underbelly is more like pudding than soil — a slurry of sand, gravel and clay, all jumbled and compressed by the pressures from a 3,000-foot-thick ice sheet that extended as far as Olympia, 50 miles south. A city famous for being wet also has a high water table, only about four to five feet down. And because Seattle, as first encountered by European-American settlers, was hardly conducive to being a city at all, with steep, glacier-carved hills rolling right down to the water, the landscape was reshaped from the beginning, with projects to grind down the hills. That in turn created lots of landfill, which went into the waterfront to level it and create land on which the city’s commercial center rose. “It’s mind-boggling how much we have altered the landscape of Seattle,” said David B. Williams, a geologist and author of a coming book about the making of Seattle’s landscape, called “Too High and Too Steep, Reshaping Seattle’s Topography.” “The tunnel is just a continuation of that story,” he said as he walked north of downtown, where a cliff face showed the layered strata of the geologic past. ... In the end, [Williams] said, state engineers are probably right. A rock, huge in size or in a configuration that the machine cannot quite get purchase on to grind, is the most likely culprit. “I do hope it is not,” he said. “It would be great to find some new mystery.”