UK launches surveillance flights to find Hamas hostages

The UK will carry out unarmed surveillance flights over the Middle East to search for Hamas hostage locations, the Ministry of Defence says. The flights will help gather intelligence on potential hostage whereabouts. Five British nationals are missing and the Read More …

Kenya: Attack On Kenya Defence Forces Outpost Confirms Al-Shabaab Drone Use

Kenyan security forces have increased their operations along the country’s 680-kilometer border with Somalia in response to recent attacks by al-Shabaab. During one recent attack against a military outpost in Sirari, security forces killed a suspected suicide bomber and brought Read More …

Drones manufactured in China commonly used in America now pose a huge national security threat

While Joe Biden apparently cozied up to the Chinese Communist Party in his shady business dealings with his son Hunter, we are now seeing a disturbing trend taking hold in the U.S. as hundreds of so-called “recreational drones” manufactured by Read More …

Ukraine: Unidentified uncrewed surface vessel found on a beach near Russia’s naval base at Sevastopol

An unidentified USV (uncrewed surface vessel) was found on a beach near Russia’s major naval base at Sevastopol today. Omega Bay is just outside the entrance to the harbor and is in an area used by the Russian Navy. It Read More …

Al Shabaab drones, and the African conundrum

The proliferation of drone technology across Africa has significantly expanded humanitarian, and military operations, although, still an emerging technology in the continent, however, in the hands of non-state armed groups, they pose a significant threat. The combat drone was once Read More …

A model to detect explosions big and small

Combining the data from a multitude of geophysics sensors across the globe could enable automated monitoring for low-yield nuclear detonations. When an oil refinery in Philadelphia exploded in June 2019, physicist Joshua Carmichael was at home in Los Alamos, New Read More …

CENTCOM Asks For More Drones, Money To Build Up Base In Oman

The top US commander the Middle East wants an infusion of $371 million to buy more drones, surveillance, and force protection to cover the American troop surge in the region, while indicating he’s interested in building up an emerging logistics Read More …

NISA Operated CCTV Cameras In Mogadishu Hit By Explosions

4 Newly installed NISA operated CCTV cameras Mogadishu  hit by explosions in Mogadishu on Thursday Radio Dalsan reports 3 of the cameras targeted locate near Dabka junction, KM4 and a 4th one close to Maka Al-Mukarama Hotel. The explosion was Read More …

Warning signs from Tunisia’s localised terrorist insurgency

Tunisia has made significant progress against terrorism over the past four years. Security has been tightened throughout the country’s urban and tourist areas. Along the border with Libya, there are better surveillance systems. The scattered attacks that do occur are Read More …

Radar to spot the bad guys from on high

China’s space engineers said they can now offer a new method to detect terrorists transporting explosives as well as track moving targets more efficiently than current modalities. Researchers at the Beijing Institute of Radio Measurement, affiliated with the China Aerospace Read More …