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  1. Canada wants to boost munitions lines with critical minerals expansion

    By Bryant Harris Canada is seeking to increase its munitions stockpiles amid shortages highlighted by the war in Ukraine. But to bolster production, it first needs to expand its supply chain, particularly for the critical minerals ubiquitous in defense equipment and consumer elect
  2. Video Shows US Fighter Jet Tracking Russian Aircraft Near Alaska

    By Giulia Carbonaro Footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense shows a U.S. fighter jet tracking Russian military aircraft flying over the Bering Sea, near Alaskan airspace, on May 2. The Russian ministry said its aircraft—two Tu-95 strategic missile carriers—were carrying
  3. 👇 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 "New Norad commander calls Canada's defence policy update 'very encouraging'" #Liberals #CanadianDefenceUpdate #NORAD
  4. Pentagon confirms the high-altitude balloon observed over the western United States is a hobbyist's balloon

    The Pentagon confirmed on Saturday that a high-altitude balloon observed floating across the western United States is a hobbyist's balloon, dispelling concerns about it being another Chinese spy balloon. The Department of Defense assured that the balloon, flying at altitudes betw
  5. NORAD intercepts high-altitude balloon flying over Utah with fighter jets

    A small balloon flying at high altitude over Utah was intercepted by fighter aircraft but was determined not to be a threat to national security. The balloon, measuring 50 feet tall and carrying an unknown payload, was allowed to continue flying above the United States. This inci
  6. I didn't know this; what a great story!

    NORAD's Santa Tracker started on Christmas Eve in 1955 with a simple typo. "A local Sears store in Colorado Springs ran a dial Santa ad in 1955. However, the number was a misprint. Instead of listing the number for Sears' Santa hotline, it posted the number for the Continental Air
  7. A Sears store in Co Springs ran a dial Santa ad in 1955. Instead of listing the number for Sears Santa Hotline, it accidentally posted the number for the Continental Air Defense Command Center. Col Harry Shoup began getting calls from kids asking to speak with Santa He and his te