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Hi I’m Ben Ferguson and welcome to Your AMAC Weekly News. First up, there’s a new pilot DNA program that is showing us what we assumed all along. Illegal immigrants are using children who are not their own at alarming rates to gain entry to this country and avoid detention and our southern border I’ll… Read more DNA Pilot Program, 2020 Census, Medicare for All – Your AMAC Weekly News
My name is Taylor Deen. I’m a senior pilot with Goodyear Airship Operations. My name is Matthew St. John. I’m the chief pilot of Wingfoot Two. Wingfoot Two is actually a semirigid Zeppelin-style airship, but “blimp” just rolls off the tongue a lot easier than semirigid Zeppelin. The amount of licensed blimp pilots in the… Read more Flying with Goodyear Blimp Pilots
the claim was over the weekend that a South Korean warship uses targeting radar to aim at a Japanese patrol plane today Seoul’s Defense Ministry reiterated that it did not use its targeting later about a different system and it was trying to find a North Korean boat that had gone adrift for details let’s… Read more S. Korea’s defense ministry reiterate fire-control radar was never used in direction of..
Japan’s been claiming that a South Korean navy destroyer recently used its targeting radar to lock on to a Japanese patrol plane. But experts here in South Korea who’ve seen video from the Japanese plane are saying that did not happen — futhermore, they say, it was the plane flying at a low altitude over… Read more S. Korean ship’s radar could not have targeted Japanese plane: Expert
11 years after the Wright Brother’s first flight, World War I saw airplanes revolutionize the wars were fought, forever. So, just how have airplanes changed warfare? Well, before World War One, fighting was only possible on land or over the seas. But both land and sea have distinct military disadvantages, and led to incredibly inefficient… Read more When Did Airplanes Revolutionize War Strategy?