Category: Linkzookery

Friday Linkzookery – 27 OCT 2017

A U.S. Army Soldier, assigned to 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division, fires a M136 AT4 during Decisive Action Rotation 15-08 at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, Calif., June 1, 2015. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Michelle U. Blesam

Boeing hit with another KC-46 cost overrun, this time worth $329M Boeing says it plans to deliver the first 18 tankers in 2018. Air Force Adds More Than $40 Million to SpaceX Engine Contract The U.S. Air Force has provided SpaceX with an additional $40.7 million to support continued development of the company’s Raptor engine. […]

Friday Linkzookery – 20 Oct 2017

USS Wisconsin (BB-64) Fires a three-gun salvo from her forward 16/50 gun turret, during bombardment duty off Korea. 30 January 1952.

108 F-35s Will Not Be Combat Capable Concurrency at its finest. Influential congressman calls on Navy to extend lives of oldest cruisers “Instead of discussing the decommissioning of cruisers, we need to spend more time discussing the maintenance, modernization and service-life extension of all twenty-two cruisers,” said Virginia Republican Rep. Rob Wittman, the head of […]

Friday Linkzookery – 09 Dec 2016

Kerry ‘fesses up about Obama’s ‘red line’ Secretary of State John Kerry told a painful truth on Sunday, admitting that President Obama’s “red line” fiasco in Syria “cost us significantly” by leading other nations to see America as weak. The Russians aren’t even bothering to fly planes off the Kuznetsov Looks like the Rooskies might […]

Friday Linkzookery – 24 Jun 2016

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A Mandate for Liberty, a Rejection of Subservience What Brexit Means Alexander Hamilton on Brexit Murdoc is a Hamilton fan. Why GPS is more vulnerable than ever This is something that’s come up in conversation a few times recently. Murdoc is concerned. John Lewis was Once Erroneously Placed on No-Fly List He Wants to Use […]