Getting sick of the board FILLED with BS infighting and immigration threads, so I'm doing something about it.
I'm with you.
Many people working hard on this technology ...
How many illegals are on each sub??? :@)
posted on 06/02/2006 9:53:31 AM PDT
(Attention illegals: Why don't you do the jobs we can't do? Like fix your own countries problems!)
The ninth Boeing interceptor has been installed at Greeley and the rusted hinge problem has been fixed.
posted on 06/02/2006 9:54:57 AM PDT
(Off touch and out of base)
THANK YOU! I wasn't aware that we had such an extensive network set up for missiles from N. Korea. This would explain why US officials are no longer making statements to the effect of a crisis with N. Korea. Do you think at this point we have sufficiently eliminated them as an immediate threat?
It's very interesting watching the development of our relationships with Russia and former USSR states with regards to the (likely) upcoming showdown with Iran. Little things- like Cheney's statements on democracy in Russia- seem isolated, but they are all part of a larger strategy to ultimately neutralize the threat from Iran.
If hostilities with China start, their SSBNs are likely to have an exciting wartime career short and exciting.
This is a great quote!
posted on 06/02/2006 10:04:41 AM PDT
by The Blitherer
("These are great days—the greatest days our country has ever lived." – W. S. Churchill)
Dealing with the Chinese SSBNs is easy. American SSNs probably wait off the coast of China, and trail Chinese subs. This was the routine with Russian subs during the Cold War, and the Americans are pretty good at this sort of thing.
One problemo with this scenario... the Chinese, thanks to their virtually uncontested espionage program, now have the ability to detect our SSNs and possibly even our SSBNs.
posted on 06/02/2006 10:12:07 AM PDT
(Liberal? YOU HAVE NO RATIONAL ARGUMENT. Actually, you lack even a legitimate excuse.)
When this technology was brought into R&D under Reagan it was riduculed ad-nauseaum.
Quote: "Getting sick of the board FILLED with BS infighting and immigration threads, so I'm doing something about it."
Well, never fear the MSM has begun beating its anti Iraq drum again and this board is becoming more united in purpose.
...the United States withdrew from the ABM Treaty (which it had signed with Russia in 1972)...
Quibble... the U.S. signed that treaty with the Soviet Union, not with Russia. Since the Soviet Union collapsed into a commonwealth of independent states, that treaty was no longer valid; therefore, the U.S. had no obligation to comply with the treaty. In other words we didn't withdraw from the treaty, since the treaty was void.
As I recall, that was the administration's argument at the time.
posted on 06/02/2006 10:42:30 AM PDT
by Jonah Hex
("How'd you get that scar, mister?" "Nicked myself shaving.")
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