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The Big News
European Union vocally unites to bring Putin to his knees, cyberattack on Sony was probably just practice, and Army’s micro-fabrication team making strides in piezoelectric microelectromechanical systems – all in today’s defense headlines.
North Korea wins the first battle in hacker world war, hand out the Cohibas and fire ‘em up, and the Navy’s creepy GhostSwimmer – all in today’s defense headlines.
Gen Sharif travels to Afghanistan to discuss Af-Pak Joint Ops against Taliban, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk courts NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, and USASOC Commander Lt. Gen. Charles Cleveland explains why killing alone doesn’t win wars – all in today’s defense headlines.
ISIS recruiting for depth, FBI’s healthy fear of the internet, and inviting inevitable disaster with company data – all in today’s defense headlines.