Chinese Nationals Attempt to Enter U.S. Military Bases 

Pentagon officials and FBI officials estimate up to 100 incidents in recent years.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reported a rising number of incidents of Chinese nationals…

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North Korea Conducts More Missile Tests

Increase in missile testing follows U.S.-South Korea military drills. The South Korean military reported that North Korea recently conducted a series of cruise missile launches into the sea.…

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FDA Releases Draft of Safety Guidelines for Cosmetics

The agency is taking action under the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released preliminary guidelines for cosmetic companies for the…

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U.S. Navy Holds UNITAS 2023 Exercises

The naval branch is working to integrate proven unmanned technology into surveillance, range clearance, and target identification.  The U.S. Navy used air and surface drones during the two-week…

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NSA Nominee Discusses Mass Data Collection

Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act allows the federal collection of personal electronic communications. Lt. General Timothy Haugh, President Joe Biden’s nominee for leader of the…

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NCIS Warns Military Personnel Against Unsolicited Smartwatch Use

Security and secrecy are potentially undermined by unauthorized access to sensitive data. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) has confirmed the receipt of unsolicited smartwatches via mail by…

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Defense Department Tests Cutting-Edge Techniques

Joint Technology Readiness Experimentation tests resilient communications. The Department of Defense collaborated with the Indiana National Guard to conduct the first joint Technology Readiness Experimentation, called TREX23-1, event…

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Secretary of State to Visit Beijing

U.S. and Chinese diplomats are scheduled to meet on June 18. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is scheduled to meet with Chinese officials in Beijing on June 18,…

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China Seeks to Develop Surveillance Base in Cuba

U.S. officials voice concerns over reports that the CCP has offered billions to Cuba to establish an intelligence facility. An agreement has reportedly been reached between Cuban and…

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China Intercepts U.S. Spy Plane

The U.S. calls the military exercise “unnecessarily aggressive.” Last week, a Chinese J-16 fighter jet intercepted a U.S. Air Force RC-135 aircraft as it flew over the South…

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