Danger closer: A game change that needs to reset U.S. national defense alertment

Even more interesting times.

Probably the strangest consequence from two recent North Korean missile tests, on 5 and 11 January 2022, was a pair of reported U.S. events that appear to have been in reaction to them.

One U.S. event got much more coverage than the other.  It was on the afternoon of 10 January on the U.S. West coast, minutes after the missile launch from North Korea at 7:27 AM in the Korean time zone on 11 January. 

At “around 2:30 PM PST” on 10 January, the FAA issued a ground stop for air traffic throughout sectors on the West coast.  The North Korean missile launch occurred three minutes before the ground stop order, whose reality and authenticity The Drive’s “War Zone” blog has since verified through contact with persons involved at the receiving end of the order.  Sources confirmed they believed the stop order to be related to national security. Continue reading “Danger closer: A game change that needs to reset U.S. national defense alertment”

Israel’s victory over Hamas must be more decisive now

Brake off.

 

Rockets launched from Gaza at Israel. (IDF photo)
Rockets launched from Gaza at Israel. (IDF photo)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Finally, Obama leads from the front: The Hamas-FAA move against Ben Gurion

A foreign policy era ends.

 

That was then, this is now.  Netanyahu and Obama visit an Iron Dome battery at Ben Gurion in March 2013, back when the US approved it as a means of protection for the airport. (Image: Flash90, Nati Shohat via ToI)
That was then, this is now. Netanyahu and Obama visit an Iron Dome battery at Ben Gurion in March 2013, back when the US approved it as a means of protection for the airport. (Image: Flash90, Nati Shohat via ToI)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!