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Former Navy SEAL: Over 90 Percent Of Troops Do Not Support Obama

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According to former U.S. Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, over 90 percent of troops disapprove of President Barack Obama. Higbie made the comments to “On The Record” host Greta Van Susteren Wednesday.

“Effective today, the president? A photo-op? or something in between?” Susteren asked.

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“Photo-op. Complete photo-op. This indicative of a global failure of his foreign policy.”

Higbie explained. “He has toted that he is behind the troops before and he stands in front of these guys, gets a photo-op, everything like that, while saying he’s going to send 3,000 guys to combat Ebola, but I’m not going to send any to combat an actual enemy that’s really threatening America.”

“What do you think they think? I mean, I suppose it’s kind of a mixed bag?” Susteren pressed.

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“I’d say most of the troops. Probably over 90 percent, do not support the president.”

Susteren then asked Higbie about his time as a Navy SEAL, “As a Navy SEAL, you have trained foreign troops? Right? How many times? More than one trip to Iraq?”

“Absolutely, we did two deployments,” Higbie said. Read the rest of this entry »


U.S. Military Wants To Create ‘Iron Man Suit’: Tony Stark Unavailable for Comment

The U.S. military wants to produce within 12 months a prototype of a protective 'Iron Man suit' packed with the latest communications gear.

The U.S. military wants to produce a prototype of an ‘Iron Man suit’ packed with the latest communications gear.

WASHINGTON — David S. Cloud reports:  Army Capt. Brian Dowling was leading his Special Forces team through a steep mountain pass in eastern Afghanistan when insurgents ambushed his patrol, leaving two of his soldiers pinned down with life-threatening wounds.

After a furious firefight, the two men were rescued, but that episode in 2006 would change Dowling’s life.

Now employed by a small defense company, he is part of a crash effort by U.S. Special Operations Command to produce a radically new protective suit for elite soldiers to wear into battle — one with bionic limbs, head-to-toe armor, a built-in power supply and live data feeds projected on a see-through display inside the helmet.

They call it — what else? — the “Iron Man suit.”

“We’re taking the Iron Man concept and bringing it closer to reality,” said Dowling, referring to the Marvel Comics character Tony Stark, an industrialist and master engineer who builds a rocket-powered exoskeleton, turning himself into a superhero.

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