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F15 and F16 engines "stolen" in Israel for scrap PostTue Jun 14, 2011 12:54 am  Reply with quote  

and if you want to buy ocean front property in Kentucky please give me a call!

If you didn't know ......they got a track record of selling our most sensitive technology to our potential military adversaries. The truth won't only set you free it's going to piss you off if you have any brain cells still firing!

Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:2AM
Israel's military officials announce that eight Israeli jetfighter engines have been stolen from Tel Nof airbase near Tel Aviv.

A military spokeswoman for the Tel Aviv regime stated on Monday that an inquiry into the theft of the aircraft engines has been launched, AFP reported.

"The military police have opened an inquiry into the matter," said the spokeswoman without further elaborations.

According to news reports, air force officials have asserted that the stolen parts were engines that belonged to F-15 and F-16 aircraft.

The stolen parts were reportedly no longer in use and had most likely been stolen for their value as scrap metal, though Israeli military officials have described the theft as "very serious."

Tel Aviv authorities have reportedly informed US officials of the incident, which, according to some reports, took place when thugs entered the base. However, it is not yet clear how the relatively huge items had been removed without cranes or similar types of heavy equipment.

Tel Aviv has ordered 20 F-35 fighter jets manufactured by US Lockheed Martin Corporation, which provides the Israeli regime with a variety of fighter aircraft, including F-16, F-22 and F-35.

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Key US Senators slam China on military parts probe PostWed Jun 15, 2011 2:23 am  Reply with quote

WASHINGTON (AFP) - Two key US senators on Tuesday accused China of hampering a congressional probe into how counterfeit electronics end up in the US military supply chain by denying entry visas to investigators.

"I can't say that I'm surprised, but I surely am disappointed, and it's not in their interest," Democratic Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin told reporters. "I am disappointed that they don't see that."

"The United States and China are not destined to be adversaries. We have overlapping interests and this is actually one of them," said Senator John McCain, the top Republican on Levin's panel.

The senators also said China had required that government minders attend any interviews conducted in China as part of the investigation, which was announced in March, but agreed that request was a "non-starter."

Levin and McCain said that they had worked for weeks to get entry visas for staff to visit the city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province, which they described as the epicenter of the fake parts trade based on US government reports.

"We are not confirming guilt or innocence, but there are sufficient allegations," said McCain, who warned that at stake was "the ability of this country to defend itself with weapons systems that it can rely on."

US defense contractors and component distributors "almost totally and exclusively point to China, specifically the city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province, as a source of counterfeit electronic parts," said Levin.

The Democrat said the investigators would meet with the US consul general in Hong Kong early Wednesday as part of a last-ditch attempt to secure the necessary visas for what he said would be a one- or two-day visit.

"Our staff has been told that the trade in counterfeit electronic parts takes place openly in that city and in that province, and they plan to travel to that city to make a firsthand assessment," said Levin.

China's embassy in Washington did not immediately answer a request for comment.

Asked later what would happen if Beijing continues to block the trip, McCain told AFP "I would guess that we will then complain about it but then also we'll seek further investigation on this issue."

He noted that a 2010 report by the Government Accountability Office -- the US Congress's investigative arm -- on the issue "didn't get Chinese cooperation."

Levin said that report found that counterfeit electronics had "infiltrated" the Pentagon's supply chain, including microprocessors for the F-15 fighter jet and microcircuits for US Missile Defense Agency hardware.

Levin also pointed to a January 2010 US Commerce Department report that surveyed 400 companies that "overwhelmingly cited China" as the source for counterfeit electronics.

"It should be in China's interest not to have counterfeiting of these electronic parts going on, because it would harm legitimate Chinese companies as well," said McCain.

"So I hope that the Chinese will recognize that this is in both countries' interests to track down allegations that have been made," he added.

Observers of US politics expect to hear more anger directed at Beijing as the 2012 US presidential election campaign heats up against the backdrop of stubbornly high unemployment often blamed here on China's economic rise.

© AFP -- Published at Activist Post with license

Anybody want to bet on WHO ends up with those F15 and F16 engines that were allegedly sold for "scrap"? They must think we are really really stupid. eom
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Betrayal of the very highest order PostTue Jun 21, 2011 2:56 am  Reply with quote  

The Obama administration is publicly ignoring a reported offer from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to extend a settlements freeze in exchange for the release of Jonathan Pollard, the convicted Israeli spy.
Pressure to release Pollard, serving a life sentence since 1987 for providing thousands of secret documents to Israel, arises regularly, spurred by Pollard’s wife Esther and right-wing parties in Jerusalem.
But an even more powerful backlash from national security officials in Washington has repeatedly derailed the idea. Pollard also sold secrets to South Africa and advertised his services to Pakistan, they point out, while Israel used some of the documents he gave them as barter for favors from Moscow.
During Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations at the Wye Plantation in 1998, CIA Director George Tenet famously threatened to resign when the Clinton White House entertained the idea of Pollard's release.
It hasn’t been seriously considered since.

Today the idea provoked silence from the White House, where officials said they would have no comment. At the CIA, senior officials said the idea hadn’t even come up for discussion.
“It’s not a new development,” said a senior administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive diplomatic issues. “They deploy all the time.”
An Israeli Embassy spokesman in Washington had no immediate comment.
The latest Pollard feeler first arose Monday on the Israeli Army radio station.
“Army radio said that Netanyahu had asked an unnamed intermediary to sound out the Obama administration on the proposal, but it is not known what response was received,” The Guardian of London reported. “Other Israeli media reported that the prime minister dispatched the intermediary to approach the Americans ‘discreetly, and unofficially.’”
Settler groups responded angrily to the suggestion of a three-month freeze for Pollard, according to reports.
Jonathan Broder, the senior editor for Defense and Foreign Policy at
Congressional Quarterly Weekly, who has reported extensively on Israel over the years, said Netanyahu’s alleged overture was more than just a gesture to his right-wing allies.
Netanyahu "has tried this before, i.e. to link Israeli concessions in peace talks to a Pollard release," Broder said by email. "One can only assume he thinks this might mollify the right. But judging from the negative reaction of the settler groups, getting Pollard back is not worth a freeze to them.”
Likewise for the Obama White House, incremental progress on the settlements is not worth agitating CIA officials, who are still seething over the Justice Department’s investigation into whether its interrogations of suspected terrorists were illegal.
Broder called floating Pollard's release “an opening gambit for an extension of the freeze. But if Obama signals it won't fly, you can be sure that Bibi [Netanyahu's nickname] has a Plan B wish list.”

This after Netanyahu made a fool of Obama in their last press conference?

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Pentagon bought and installed bogus Chinese chips for...... PostTue Jun 28, 2011 8:12 pm  Reply with quote  

In 2010, the U.S. military had a problem. It had bought over 59,000 microchips destined for installation in everything from missile defense systems to gadgets that tell friend from foe. The chips turned out to be counterfeits from China, but it could have been even worse. Instead of crappy Chinese fakes being put into Navy weapons systems, the chips could have been hacked, able to shut off a missile in the event of war or lie around just waiting to malfunction.

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency, the spy community’s way-out research arm, is looking to avoid a repeat. The Trusted Integrated Circuit program is Iarpa’s attempt to keep foreign adversaries from messing with our chips — and check the circuits for backdoors once they’ve been made.

The U.S. has been worried about its foreign-sourced chips in its supply chain for a while now.  In a 2005 report, the Defense Science Board warned that the shift towards greater foreign circuit production posed the risk that “trojan horse” circuits could be unknowingly installed in critical military systems. Foreign adversaries could modify chips to fizzle out early, the report said, or add secret back doors that would place a kill switch in military systems.

The problem is that the United States isn’t the only game in town anymore when it comes to building better chips. Foreign chip foundries — companies that manufacture chips for third parties — are churning out more advanced products and making regular chips cheaper and more quickly. American military and intelligence customers would love to take advantage of some of these developments, but they don’t want to limit themselves to just U.S.-made technology.

The Defense Science Board warned in its report that “trust cannot be added to integrated circuits after fabrication.” Iarpa disagrees. The agency is looking for ways to check out chips once they’ve been made, asking for ideas on how the U.S. can verify that its foreign chips haven’t been hacked in the production process.

Keep your suggestions original, though. Iarpa’s sister-shop, Darpa, has already done some work on chip verification. Darpa’s TRUST program uses advanced imaging and X-rays to search for deviations from chips’ designs. Its IRIS program aims to check out chips when the U.S. doesn’t have the full designs to compare them to.

One way Iarpa would like to make chips from foreign foundries safe is by splitting up the manufacturing process. Under this scenario, the front-end-of-line (FEOL) stage of manufacturing would take place at offshore foundries, while the back-end-of-line processing would finish up at a more secure U.S. facility.

Iarpa’s also interested in hearing ideas on chip obfuscation. The idea is to hide the “intent of digital and analog functions and their associated building blocks” of an integrated circuit in the FEOL manufacturing stage. If potential adversaries can’t reverse-engineer or understand how a circuit works, it’ll be harder for them to modify it for malicious purposes.

What kinds of chips is Iarpa interested in? One type mentioned in its announcement are microelectromechanical systems, super-small chips that can be used to make things like very tiny advanced sensors.  These kinds of chips have all kinds of military applications, helping to make 10 gram cameras for use on micro air vehicles and fast-acting sensors that can detect bacteria and viruses.

Only in America! What happened to "made in the USA" ?
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