Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Military And Intelligence News Briefs -- September 30, 2009

A Picture Tells A Thousand Words -- Defense Tech

Like the old song says, "Every picture tells a story, don't it?"

A digital camera being used by troops in Afghanistan and Iraq produces pictures can tell incredibly detailed stories: exact time of day taken, longitude/latitude of both shooter and subject, direction of the camera aim, and even 16 seconds of audio per photo, so that the user can note critical information.

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China to unveil new missile types on National Day: deputy parade commander -- China View

China Versus India -- Strategy Page

South Korea: Fighter, Attack Helicopter Plans Delayed
-- Korea Times

French arms sales rise to $9.7bn -- Daily Times

Medvedev pledges to recreate strong Navy in 10 years -- RIA Novosti

Israel gets two more German submarines -- The International News

First Operational Growler Squadron 'Safe for Flight' --

Military to get mandatory swine flu shots soon -- AP

Boeing Offering Two Bids, Two Planes -- DoD Buzz

Draft Policy Would OK Troops’ Tweets -- Danger Room

Tuskegee Airmen: Legendary unit received at least 47 Purple Hearts -- Stl. Today

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