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Robert Tilford

Robert Tilford

Total Articles Written: 2,222
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Region: United States
Registered: 5/12/2012
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Robert Tilford is a former soldier and Infantryman US Army who is a graduate of the US Army Infantry School at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Robert studied Ethics at Phoenix College. He is active on social networking sites, including facebook and twitter.

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US $ 7.6 billion dollar counternarcotic effort in Afghanistan an abysmal failure

CommentsArticle Views 207 | 10/23/2014 at 2:57AM by Robert Tilford US troops watch Afghan farmers harvest opium. The proceeds are used to help buy weapons and ammunition which will later be used by the Taliban to try and kill them. Freaking insane!
I received the following email communication  on October 21, 2014 from Alex Bronstein-Moffly the Acting Director of Public Affairs  Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR). It highlights the abysmal failure of the more than $7billion dollar US counter narcotics efforts in Afghanistan that has resulted not only in an increase of pop...
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“We don’t know”, says Rear Admiral Kirby in response to questions of whether or not a pallet of US weapons fell into the hands of ISIS fighters during airdrop

CommentsArticle Views 894 | 10/22/2014 at 11:43AM by Robert Tilford US airdrop of munitions falls into ISIS hands in Kobani.
During a press briefing at the Pentagon on October 21, 2104 Rear Admiral Kirby was asked about a pallet drop of weapons and supplies (28 in total) one of which was confirmed to have  went astray and was discovered by ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) scouts in Kobani. See video: US airdrop of weapons ...
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“ISIS is a brutal, awful, dangerous army and they have got to be defeated”, says Senator Bernie Sanders

CommentsArticle Views 1420 | 10/22/2014 at 1:05AM by Robert Tilford ISIS fighter points his American made M-16 in the throat of a captured Iraqi soldier.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont recently spoke out on the issue of American involvement in the Middle East by addressing the issue of ISIS – the radical Islamic terrorist army causing chaos in Syria and Iraq. His comments are quite interesting: “ISIS is a brutal, awful, dangerous army and they have got to be defeated. ...
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Ex employees represent an ongoing security risk because they usually retain some degree of access to corporate information

CommentsArticle Views 1461 | 10/21/2014 at 11:56AM by Robert Tilford Ex Employees are security risks, especially if they get pissed for being laid off, fired or downsized.
A new report from business applications cloud-hosting vendor Intermedia, which contracted with Osterman Research to survey employees who recently left companies, were fired, laid off -what have you, finds they commonly retain some degree of access to corporate information. This represents an ongoing security risk – you as an employer or CEO need to be ...
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US military targets ISIL building, vehicles and boats in Iraq in latest air strikes

CommentsArticle Views 1618 | 10/21/2014 at 11:01AM by Robert Tilford US warplanes continue to pound ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq.
U.S. military forces continued to hammer Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in ‪#‎Syria‬ yesterday and today, U.S. Central Command officials reported. This includes at least 2 targeted air strikes in  Syria designed to degrade ISIL capabilities to wage war. Separately, officials added, U.S. military forces working in coordination with Ir...
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USDA Rural Water Development project system problem poses unacceptable terrorist threat risk to public

CommentsArticle Views 1805 | 10/20/2014 at 10:40PM by Robert Tilford DHS secretary discussing the threat posed by terrorists, including those issues specific to water on a recent news broadcast.
I received the following email from a medical doctor  (who I haven’t yet received permission to use his name ) regarding a possible public health threat in a small rural town in the United States (unnamed for security reasons). The disturbing email read as follows: “Interested in your publication on threat to drinking water system. You ...
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“The USDA Rural Development has funded a public water system in a small rural town in US that lacks adequate back flow protection”, according to Medical Doctor

CommentsArticle Views 894 | 10/20/2014 at 10:27PM by Robert Tilford Drinking water.
I received the following email from a medical doctor  (who I haven’t yet received permission to use his name ) regarding a possible public health threat in a small rural town in the US (unnamed for security reasons). The disturbing email read as follows: “Interested in your publication on threat to drinking water system. You may ...
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McCain blames Assad for ISIS?

CommentsArticle Views 2008 | 10/20/2014 at 9:41PM by Robert Tilford Over two dozen captured Syrian Army soldiers being marched to their death by ISIS fighters in Syria
I received the following letter from Senator John McCain today. It reads as follows: October 20, 2014 Mr. Robert Tilford (Deleted for privacy concerns) Dear Mr. Tilford: Thank you for contacting me regarding the ongoing situation in Iraq and conflict with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue. ...
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1,600 US military personnel in Iraq

CommentsArticle Views 1305 | 10/20/2014 at 9:31PM by Robert Tilford
I received the following letter from Senator John McCain today. It reads as follows: October 20, 2014 Mr. Robert Tilford (Deleted for privacy concerns) Dear Mr. Tilford: Thank you for contacting me regarding the ongoing situation in Iraq and conflict with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). I appreciate hearing from you on ...
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Entire world on edge as North and South Korea exchange shots along the DMZ

CommentsArticle Views 1388 | 10/20/2014 at 10:29AM by Robert Tilford South Korean Army soldiers scramble during alert on Sunday as shots were exchanged along the DMZ.
The entire world held its collective breath as North and South Korean troops exchanged gunfire on Sunday. The incident happened after the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) soldiers approached the military demarcation line (MDL) between the two countries. The South Korean border control broadcasted “warning messages” and fired war...
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