Another year is upon us and that means another Army-Navy Football game. The Army
has lost the last 10 years...in a row. Is this the year they break the streak AND capture
the Commander in Chief's trophy while taking care of that goat?
The Pentagon Channel's Staff Sgt. Josh Hauser interviewed South Carolina Governor,
Nikki Haley about a cyber intrusion, in which personal information from electronically
filed state tax returns dating back to 1998 were illegally obtained by international
hackers. If you or someone you know someone who may have been affected by this
situation, visit www.sctax.org.
Blue Horizons, is an Air Force initiative designed to help understand science and
technology progression and how it will impact the Air Force. Armed with Science
interviewed Col. Tom McCarthy, director for the Air Force's Center for Strategy and
Technology to talk what-if's and if-this-then-that's for the future of the Air Force.
Read about Blue Horizons in the Armed with Science blog: http://science.dodlive.mil/2012/12/06/to-the-future-and-beyond-the-blue-horizons-program/
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen was interviewed by the Pentagon
Channel this week to discuss the current state of the Afghan National Security
Forces with the draw down of 2014 looming near. See the full interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfiXPWfIEzc&list=PLXW_E5mHof0HCnLj1WTlxL7vb-xxFvt2U&index=5
Today marks the 71st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the attack that thrust
the United States into World War II and created some of our most distinguished
veterans. In recognition, we provide some of the most famous words by an American
president, from Dec. 8, 1941. To listen to President Roosevelt's full speech, go to http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/day-of-infamy/index.html
Imagery for Pearl Harbor provided by www.navy.mil and the Naval History and Heritage Command via their website: http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/events/wwii-pac/pearlhbr/pearlhbr.htm
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