Iran Threatens to Take Out Tel Aviv if Israel Follows Through With New Military Plans

The Iranian armed forces have threatened to take out two Mediterranean cities should Israel follow through with new military plans announced the day prior by the country’s top general.



a stack of pancakes on a track with smoke coming out of it: The Iranian military conducts ballistic missile exercises as part of the Great Prophet 15 exercises in central Iran, January 15. The Islamic Republic has the largest and most advanced missile arsenal in the Middle East.


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The Iranian military conducts ballistic missile exercises as part of the Great Prophet 15 exercises in central Iran, January 15. The Islamic Republic has the largest and most advanced missile arsenal in the Middle East.

Israeli Lieutenant-General Aviv Kochavi, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces, announced during a Tuesday address to Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies that he felt a return

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Former U.S. Air Force secretary Heather Wilson joins Maxar’s board of directors

Wilson currently is president of the University of Texas El Paso.

WASHINGTON — Former secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson has joined the board of directors of Maxar Technologies, the company announced Jan. 19. 

Wilson currently is president of the University of Texas El Paso. She was the Air Force’s top civilian from May 2017 through May 2019 and previously was a congresswoman representing New Mexico. 

Wilson was appointed to the Maxar board but still has to be elected by the company’s stockholders at their next annual meeting later this year. Maxar’s board is led by retired Air Force

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Army to conduct training exercises at Schofield Barracks in February

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii (KHON2) — The U.S. Army announced on Friday, Jan. 29, that local communities near Schofield Barracks may hear essential training activities that will be conducted during the month of February.

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All mission-essential training exercises are required to adhere to health guidelines regarding physical distancing, mask-wearing and frequent sterilization. A full list of the scheduled training can be found below.

  • Feb. 1-4: Army mortar training, Schofield Barracks. Training will occur during daytime and evening hours.
  • Feb. 3-10: Army Lightning Academy training with blank ammunition and
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If the Navy Gets the Next Decade Wrong, It Might Not Recover This Century: CNO

The next 10 years will be a critical time of transition for the U.S. Navy, the service’s top officer said — one that leaders must get right to stop China and Russia from controlling the conditions at sea.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday on Monday released his vision for the Navy’s decade ahead. Citing a long-term competition that “threatens our security and way of life,” he said the Navy must ditch platforms it no longer needs to invest in new tools that will be required to deter aggression and preserve freedom of the seas.

“I don’t mean to

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Israel’s top general says its military is refreshing operational plans against Iran

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel’s top general said on Tuesday that its military was refreshing its operational plans against Iran and that any U.S. return to a 2015 nuclear accord with Tehran would be “wrong.”

FILE PHOTO: Incoming Israeli Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi reviews an honour guard during a handover ceremony where he replaces Lieutenant-General Gadi Eizenkot, at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, Israel January 15, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen/File Photo

The remarks are an apparent signal to U.S. President Joe Biden to tread cautiously in any diplomatic engagement with Iran. Such comments by Israel’s military chief of staff on

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Reserve recruiter helps kick off U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games > Air Force Reserve Command > News Article

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, N.Y. – An Air Force Reserve recruiter kicked off the 27th Annual U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games as she sang the National Anthem virtually at the “Fastest Track in the World” at The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center here Jan. 9-10, 2021.

The U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games were created in 1994 to honor Washington Heights and its Latino community. The Armory Foundation hosts the Hispanic Games each year and is one of the country’s largest high school/college indoor sporting events. This year, the Air Force Hispanic Games attracted 5,460 high school track & field athletes

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Sweeping changes to Army grooming standards are coming

Soldiers of all genders will be allowed to have highlights that blend with uniform colors; women can wear long ponytails during training or even shave their heads if they want; men can wear clear nail polish; and terminology that some may find offensive — such as Mohawk, Fu Manchu and dreadlocks — will be removed from Army regulations

Those changes, and more, are slated to come into effect Feb. 26, Army officials said Tuesday, giving the service time to create imagery and memorandums to help solders and command teams understand the new guidelines.

The changes are the work of a

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