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Posted by Besoeker 2018-11-22 03:34|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [313 views ]  Top

#1 What are the ROE rules is all I want to know?
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2018-11-22 05:15||   2018-11-22 05:15|| Front Page Top

#2 Do you think it would be possible to crowdfund a few JDAMs for use on invaders?
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2018-11-22 05:28||   2018-11-22 05:28|| Front Page Top

#3 too bad a Spooky deployment, as pictured, can’t become a real option
Posted by USN, Ret. 2018-11-22 09:34||   2018-11-22 09:34|| Front Page Top

#4 It would only take one pass firing into the empty desert and this bullshi* would stop.
Posted by Besoeker 2018-11-22 09:43||   2018-11-22 09:43|| Front Page Top

#5 Maybe Trump could designate a test range near the border and the spooky could have a test run.

Streamed over the interweb of course.
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2018-11-22 11:17||   2018-11-22 11:17|| Front Page Top

#6 The cartels are also actively deploying to protect turf so could get two-fers, USN, Ret.
Posted by Eohippus Dribble5682 2018-11-22 11:21||   2018-11-22 11:21|| Front Page Top

#7 I wonder if the medical units deployed include the new DNA technology sent to the California fires? A Colorado company can get results in two hours, making for a vast database to root out criminals an solving cold cases. ANDE won a contract in 2009 to do research and development for federal agencies, and the company’s technology has been used in pilot programs for several years. Over the summer, it won FBI approval for use in accredited labs. Law enforcement agencies in Utah, New York and Miami have used the technology, as has the military.

This is the first time ANDE has helped identify victims after a natural disaster. The company has donated seven machines and about a dozen workers to the effort.
Posted by Eohippus Dribble5682 2018-11-22 11:30||   2018-11-22 11:30|| Front Page Top

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