Friday, October 30, 2015

Military And Intelligence News briefs -- October 30, 2015



The Guardian: China warns US it could spark war with 'provocative acts' in South China Sea

Beijing’s top admiral issues the warning during teleconference talks with his US counterpart aimed at defusing tension in the region

China has warned the US that its “dangerous and provocative acts” in the South China Sea could lead to “a minor incident that sparks war”.

China’s naval commander, Admiral Wu Shengli, issued the warning to his American counterpart Admiral John Richardson during video conference talks on Thursday aimed at defusing tension in the region, according to a Chinese naval statement.

Military And Intelligence News briefs -- October 30, 2015

Secretary Carter Heads to Asia Amid South China Sea Tensions -- Defense news

Two Russian warplanes edge close to US aircraft carrier -- NBC

Russian bombers buzz carrier Reagan amid exercise -- Defense News

White House insists Russian warplanes buzzing U.S. aircraft carrier weren’t ‘threatening’ -- Washington Times

US Failing to Uncover Secrets of ISIL’s Oil Trade - Former US Official. -- Sputnik

US Raid in Syria Produced Intelligence to Target ISIL Oil Infrastructure -- Sputnik

Russian to spend $34.8 bln on Armed Forces in 2016 — draft budget -- TASS

Russia Now Says The T-50 Is Fine -- Strategy Page

Russian Submarines Launch Ballistic Missiles From Barents, Okhotsk Seas -- Sputnik

What it's like to be a conscript in the Russian military -- Business Insider

China published rare photo of Su-30MKK mid-air refueling with Russian Il-78 -- Alert 5

Venezuela to Spend $480Mln on Russian Sukhoi Jet Upgrade -- Sputnik

Spain Completes Withdrawal From Afghanistan -- Defense News

This F-16 fighter jet in Afghanistan might be the Pentagon’s most decorated -- Washington Post

Lockheed Taps New Manager of F-35 Program -- DoD Buzz

U.S. Air Force to brief Boeing Friday on bomber contract loss - sources -- Reuters

Pentagon must get better on cyber warfare, says official -- The Hill

Police use shotguns to deflate wayward military blimp -- AP

Pentagon personnel on site to investigate loose blimp -- CNN

The Army has been trying to kill that rampaging blimp since 2010 -- Clay Dillow, Fortune

Army misfires on pistol upgrade effort, confuses gun makers with complex requirements -- Washington Times

Weapons: XM25 Lives -- Strategy Page

Most U.S. troops, vets would steer kids away from service -- Washington Examiner

US Army opens 19,700 field artillery jobs to women -- Army Times

Why We Need the B-3 -- Mackenzie Eaglen, Real Clear Defense

U.S. Forces Prepare for a ‘Day Without Space’ -- Stew Magnuson, National Defense

Intelligence: What Really Makes Armed UAVs Special -- Strategy page

Is US Military Strong Enough? As We Fight Terrorism, Military Isn’t What It Was During Cold War -- Dakota Wood, Daily Signal

11 secrets Marine drill instructors hide at boot camp -- Gina Harkins, Marine Times

The Pentagon Dodged a Bullet Thanks to the US Budget Deal -- Matt Yurus, VICE News

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