All the major components of the missile defense system, including the missiles, are in place, and have been handed over to military commanders,” – unnamed Pentagon official
The new Aegis Ashore ballistic missile defense system at Romania’s Deveselu airbase is to come online Friday, as the US Navy takes control of the site after years of construction. Continue reading “New part of NATO air defense system goes online in Romania” →
Wednesday the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces presented evidence demonstrating Turkish involvement in funding IS
According to Rudskoy, Russia has identified “three main oil transportation routes from ISIS-controlled Syrian and Iraqi territories into Turkey.”
“The western route leads to the Mediterranean ports, the northern route Continue reading “Video: Russia puts the evidence on the table; satellite photos” →
A Russian warplane, US missiles, Turkish militia, a Russian pilot shot in cold blood; how does this connect to Crimea? Maybe the timeline is revealing.
November 25, 2015 – The disturbing events of the past week are not going to provide any comfort as we look a bit more closely. Might these events be connected? It seems they may. Continue reading “Russia, Turkey, the US and…Crimea? Are they connected?” →
The U.S. and Russia put into practice on Tuesday new rules designed to minimize the risk of air collisions between Russian and U.S.-led coalition aircraft over Syria.
With Russia, the U.S., France, England, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Qatar all fighting in Syria, the danger of a more wide-spread conflict grows.