June 9, 2023

Chinese Officers Named in Military Secret Thefts

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A cyber-espionage investigation identifies two Chinese soldiers as “co-conspirators” in the theft of designs of the F-35 and other US military secrets, Defense News reports from Canadian sources which say the “two Chinese military officers” were allegedly assisted by a 50-year-old Chinese aviation entrepreneur living in Vancouver and facing extradition to the US.

Pratt & Whitney’s deal to make engines for 167 F-35s worth $3 billion, reports Reuters.

Pentagon eyes  high-altitude, laser-armed drones to shoot down ballistic missiles, reports Defense One.

DARPA is investing in unrecoverable drones, reports National Defense Magazine, they deliver their cargo and just disappear.

DefSec Ash Carton suggests the US might send more trainers to Iraq to help local forces retake Mosul from ISIS, reports The Hill.

Defense One reports the F-35  possesses cognitive electronic warfare to locate air defenses and invent ways to foil them on the fly, reports Defesne One.

Cyber-security protection is no longer optional, reports Fortune.

After five days, the Coast Guard and Marine Corps call off the search for 12 missing Marines, lost when their helicopters collided on a night training mission in Hawaii, reports Military.com.

The Aviationist shows a combat helicopter crew member in full flight gear.

HuffingtonPost reports, North Korea claims to create Hangover-free Liquor,  with 30 to 40 percent alcohol content.

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