Of the Army’s top six modernization priorities, “the network” ranks number four, but it is perhaps number one in terms of its complexities and challenges, senior service leaders have said.
Matthew Canovi, owner of Canovi and Associates in Springfield is a self-defense expert. He recommends if someone is trying to steal your car outside your home to stay inside, look out the window, and call law enforcement.
The ad features NRA-ILA executive director Chris Cox discussing your “right to defend yourself and your family with a firearm in your own home.”
This week Sig made official the news of their newest M400 series rifle– the Tread— which includes a line of branded accessories to go along with factory-standard features.
The U.S. Army has ordered a prototype of a weapon designed in a garage in Colorado Springs. The weapon is electrically fired, has four barrels and can fire all four rounds at once in a single devastating salvo.
Triple crown USPSA three-gun champion Taran Butler, of Taran Tactical Innovations, recently shared with a few of his shooting tips to help improve your game.
For the first time in her 20 years as an educator, Julie Kraemer carried a gun to school last week. It marked the culmination of nine months of police academy training for the Hutsonville, Illinois superintendent, who became a law enforcement officer so she could carry a concealed weapon at school and respond to an active shooter if necessary — something she says was “not even on my radar” a decade ago.
As California Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill into law that bans the sales of licensed dealers guns to those under 21, Indianapolis gun rights attorney Guy Relford says that law may not hold up if challenged before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Navy’s tactical ignorance is built into its arsenal. Currently some of the Navy’s most important weapons development programs are not just evolutionary, but revolutionary in the possibilities they open up. This is not due to innovation, but instead many of these noteworthy and foundational capabilities are finally arriving decades after the technologies were first proven, many close to half a century ago.
Technology makes it possible to catch criminal theft, violence, and mass shootings as it happens, and for viewing after the fact. What about revving up the camera technology so that even responsive action can happen realtime?

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According to a study in the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, which cites the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the United Nations International Study on Firearms Regulation, the more guns a nation has, the less criminal activity.
​Athena Security has developed a camera system that uses artificial intelligence and cloud technology to spot guns and alert authorities. The company says that because the system can recognize weapons and notify police quickly, casualties may be prevented in places where the system is implemented, such as schools or businesses. It has already been installed in Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster, Pennsylvania.
​New legislation had Delaware sportsmen expecting more options but conservation officials are adamant that semi-autos are not part of the list.
The Edmonds City Council recently passed a gun storage similar to Seattle’s, and is the subject of lawsuit from the NRA alleging it violates the state’s 35-year-old preemption statute. With the upcoming vote on I-1639, gun activists are concerned that rights are being encroached all over the state.
Humanity is faced with a grave new reality – the rise of autonomous weapons. It may sound like a Hollywood script, but the risk is real: humans so far removed from wartime choices that life-and-death decision making is effectively left to sensors and software.
The Barrett M107 .50-caliber long-range sniper rifle is a firearm made for the modern war on terrorism. Officially adopted by the U.S. Army in 2002 and boasting a 2,000-meter range, a suppressor-ready muzzle brake, and recoil-minimizing design, the semi-automatic offers “greater range and lethality against personnel and materiel targets than other sniper systems in the U.S. inventory,” in an assessment by
The U.S. Air Force is taking specific steps to expedite a measured, steady developmental plan for its new, next-generation Intercontinental Ballistic Missile in order to align with the more aggressive U.S. nuclear weapons strategy outlined in the administration’s Nuclear Posture Review.
​Shortly after last year's shooting massacre on the Las Vegas strip, Ohio Gov. John Kasich convened a working group to explore possible reforms to state gun laws.
​Some good news came out of the Federal Bureau of Investigation this week: crime decreased in 2017.
​The US Marine Corps' stealth F-35B Lightning fighter jet could fly its first combat mission within days, according to several US defense officials, who told CNN that the fifth-generation aircraft are currently aboard the USS Essex amphibious assault ship and should soon be in a position to conduct airstrikes over Afghanistan.

New Hampshire Rejects Gun Control

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New Hampshire's Republican-led Legislature rejected several gun control measures after the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip last fall and the school shooting in Florida in February, choosing instead to expand a law on where firearms can be carried.
The National Rifle Association, Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and Washington Arms Collectors announced on Monday they would team up to fight a ballot initiative in Washington State.
The U.S. Army is looking for a new weapon for infantry troops. After a half century of using the M16/M4 carbine series of weapons, the Army is looking for a weapon with increased range and lethality to deal with future threats.
Today’s bombs are fairly straightforward, in that a 500-pound bomb pretty much explodes the same way, every time. But tomorrow’s bombs will unleash only as much hell as they have to.

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