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Robert Tilford

Robert Tilford

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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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Iran a self declared state sponsor of terrorism

CommentsArticle Views 870 | 08/27/2014 at 10:17PM by Robert Tilford General admits Iran is  facilitating and arming terrorist groups in Gaza.
Fars news agency in Iran is reporting that the Commander of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi in a message to the leaders of the Palestinian resistance movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, “felicitated them” on their recent victory in the Gaza war against Israel, and pledged that Iran would “arm resis...
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General Mohammad Reza Naqdi admits Iran is “facilitating” and “arming” Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza

CommentsArticle Views 793 | 08/27/2014 at 10:14PM by Robert Tilford Commander of Iran's Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad admitted to facilitating terrorist in Gaza and arming the terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
Fars news agency in Iran is reporting that the Commander of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi in a message to the leaders of the Palestinian resistance movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, “felicitated them” on their recent victory in the Gaza war against Israel, and pledged that Iran would “arm resis...
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General Dunford leaves Afghanistan empty handed

CommentsArticle Views 2036 | 08/25/2014 at 11:55PM by Robert Tilford General Dunford the ineffectual commander of ISAF in Afghanistan leaves that country with no notable successes. Essentially he was promoted out of that position to head the U.S. M.C.
On August 24, 2014 President Karzai met with the outgoing commander of the NATO forces in Afghanistan, General Joseph Dunford to essentially say “good bye.” Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. (born December 8, 1955) is a four-star general in the United States Marine Corps and current commander of the International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces ...
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President Obama should call the Public Relations Society of America for help in his foreign policy!

CommentsArticle Views 1273 | 08/25/2014 at 9:35PM by Robert Tilford When the President of the United States decided funding and training  rebels to fight in Syria - he never imaged that ISIS would ever commit war crimes outside Syria, let alone threaten everything American invested in blood and treasure in Iraq. Now that it has blown up in his face - he should seek the help of the Public Relation Society of America.
  “Look we all need help sometimes. Even me! So when I need help meeting challenges relating to “Learning, Intelligence and Networking.” I turn to the world leader – the Public Relations Society of America (PRSoA).” Robert Tilford Ground Report. The White House recently proposed a major program to train and arm what it cal...
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“ISIS has nothing of value to offer the world, only terror, slavery, and death”, said Senator McCain and Graham in joint statement

CommentsArticle Views 1965 | 08/25/2014 at 8:35PM by Robert Tilford A US backed ISIS fighter begins to cut and hack the head of American Journaist Foley.
On August 20, 2014 U.S. Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC)  released the following statement on the murder of James Foley and the need for comprehensive strategy to defeat ISIS: “All Americans, and civilized people everywhere, are shocked by ISIS’s appalling murder of James Foley, and we join together today to celebrate his ...
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Dutch intelligence report estimates “swarm dynamics” of jihadist travelers going to Syria to participate in violent Jihad

CommentsArticle Views 1741 | 08/24/2014 at 11:03PM by Robert Tilford Newspaper headline.
I recently reviewed a link sent to me by a source  in the Netherlands connected with the AVID (aka: “the General Intelligence and Security Service of the Netherlands”). For those who don’t know the AVID is the premier spy agency in Europe. The AVID  seeks to identify risks and threats as early as possible, before ...
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Oops! Google maps out one of India’s top secret military base, including its exact location for everyone to see online

CommentsArticle Views 2305 | 08/24/2014 at 8:16PM by Robert Tilford Oops! Pathankot  military base was
A Google sponsored contest may have revealed the existence of one of India’s top secret military bases, according to reports. Now the authorities are investigating this. India’s equivalent of the FBI, The Central Bureau of Investigation , launched the investigation into a California company after a mapping contest sponsored by Google allegedly revea...
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Abu Mosa, spokesperson for ISIS shot and killed by Syrian troops

CommentsArticle Views 1788 | 08/24/2014 at 7:47PM by Robert Tilford Abu laid out in a grave! A mytar till the last! May he rot in hell!
Abu Mosa, the outspoken press officer of ISIL (ISIS) The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, who threatened America with destruction has been shot and killed  after he participated in an attack on a Syrian airbase being defended by Syrian troops. Bad move on his part! He was killed by members of the Syrian army  . The State ...
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“North Korea has an awful lot of missiles. We have to get better at it. We have to integrate our forces better”, warns Secretary of Defense Robert Work

CommentsArticle Views 2165 | 08/24/2014 at 5:08PM by Robert Tilford South Korean (R.O.K) Soldiers prepare for war game exercise.
On August 22, 2014 Robert Work, the Deputy Secretary of Defense met with U.S. troops serving in the Republic of Korea. There he asked for and received questions regarding a variety of topics. One in particular dealt with the strategic military alliance between Korea and The United States, that dovetailed into missile defense capabilities. “Q: ...
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“Unmanned systems are going to be central to the future”, explains Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work to U.S. troops in Korea

CommentsArticle Views 2345 | 08/24/2014 at 4:36PM by Robert Tilford X-47B demonstrator aircraft for the Navy's UCAS-D program completed its first flight on Nov. 22 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

The computer-controlled unmanned aircraft takes off and flies a pre-programmed mission and then returns to base in response to mouse clicks from a mission operator. The operator monitors the flight, but doesn't actively control it remotely, as for other drones. Manufacturer: Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems Weight: max payload: 4,500lb, 2,041kg  Performance: ceiling: >40,000ft, mission radius: >1,500+nm Payload: potential payloads include EO, IR, SAR, ISAR, GMTI, MMTI, ESM Launch: catapult Recovery: conventional wheeled Structure Material: composite Status: in flight test Overall Length: 11.6m (38.2ft) Wingspan: 18.9m (62.1ft) Height: 3.2m (10.4ft) Aircraft Carrier Takeoff Gross Weight: 20,412kg (44,500lb) Speed: High subsonic Power Plant: Pratt & Whitney F100-220U
  On August 22, 2014 Robert Work, the Deputy Secretary of Defense met with troops serving in the Republic of Korea. There he asked for and received questions regarding a variety of topics. One in particular dealt with unmanned planes from Staff Sergeant Toms who works in the air defense artillery branch of the 6th ...
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