This marks the first time Palantir’s Gotham software is being integrated with the Army’s latest mission command software application, called the Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE), making Palantir a key partner in accelerating the Army’s modernization...
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##You can help Artsakh & Armenia
www.1000plus.am (soldiers' medical help)
www.HimnaDram.org (global donations, Artsakh & Armenia)
www.ArmeniaFund.org (U.S. tax-deductible)
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##opposition accuses Defense Ministry of shady arms deal / Latter denies & provides details
The opposition activists shared a document on the internet and claimed Minister of Defense Tonoyan supplied weapons to Turkey and the Syrian terrorists, among other shady contracts.
MoD responded: yesterday, certain media outlets circulated a coordinated lie to discredit the Ministry.
The document claims the MoD used a middleman to sell weapons to Turkey which was then used by terrorists hired from Syria. This is a complete lie. The document is being presented in a way to manipulate and build a narrative.
It claims MoD gav
We know that the number of pops is related to the numbers of troops in one to one.
Each pop can supply the human capital necessary to one pop at the maximum mobilization.
The most modern instances of mass mobilization in war was during WW2.
During the war, the USA had 132 million citizen as it population, and at 1945, 8,267,958 soldiers were enlisted in the US army, or around 6,2 % of the population to be put in the frontlines, but the total of personal put outside of the economy to work towards the war effort was 12,209,238, counting navy, marines, and coast guard, or 9,2% of the population.
The United Kingdom, that was involved in the war since its first year, had mobilized around 22% of its metropolitan population, to be put outside the economy and in direct war e... keep reading on reddit ➡
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##15 French cities have officially recognized the Artsakh Republic
15 mayors released a joint statement of their recognition of Artsakh and urged the French government to follow suit.
The message: Azerbaijan involved Syrian jihadists and caused a humanitarian crisis in Artsakh, in violation of international conventions. The capital and other settlements were bombarded. Civilians were killed. Thousands had to flee.
Although the November 10th agreement isn't favorable, it put an end to the bloodshed. Artsakh's land losses can lead to critically bad conditions for Artsakh's historical-cultural monuments from the 4th, 8th, and 10th centuries.
France cannot hide behind a neutral stance anymore. That would mean supporting the Azeri aggression. We need to reaffirm our full support to the friendly people and support their return to their ancestral lands.
Artsakh held elections in 1991 and chose independence and has ever since been... keep reading on reddit ➡
So no shit there i was in ‘14 at BCT. I was a hopeful young E2 who was taking in that rare RARE moment of pure silence as all of our Drills were in a meeting. My wonderful company and I were all suppose to standing at Parade Rest. Well of course, since the Drills weren’t there, that went down hill real fast. About 10 min into this, we heard a door close and everyone “locked it up.” Our Senior came to everyone and announced to the company that he had super powers. “Wtf?” We all thought, but we remained silent. He then called us all to attention and announced his first power was to change himself into a female. Enter a female drill sergeant Then, he announced he had the ability to multiply himself. enter more male and female drills THEN, this twisted mofo said,” follow me males.” He leads us into the Male Bay (damn near a trailer) where is was extremely hot (dude had blasted the heat in the already 90 degrees South Carolina humidity). It felt like I died and went to hell. He had us “... keep reading on reddit ➡