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A confidential, 120-page catalogue of spy equipment, originating from British defense firm Cobham and circulated to U.S. law enforcement, touts gear that can intercept wireless calls and text messages, locate people via their mobile phones, and jam c

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It was the 2012 Sandy Hook hoax that first alerted Americans to a curious phenomenon called crisis actors -- actors who role-play as victims, perpetrators, and first responders in simulations and drills of crisis situations such as natural or man ma

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The US Navy is expected to order up to 250 of the heaviest, self-guided torpedoes in the next five years, which will be steered toward enemy targets by an advanced sonar system, defense contractor Lockheed Martin announced in a press release on Monda

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Zero Hedge

Traditionally, the best way to keep track of future military deployments - absent unexpected events, of course - has been to follow key procurement contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense of mission critical offensive wartime equipment such as