AP - An ambitious, $6.7 billion government project to secure nearly the entire Mexican border with a "virtual fence" of cameras, ground sensors and radar is in jeopardy after a string of technical glitches and delays.
PHOENIX (AP) -- An ambitious, $6.7 billion government project to secure nearly the entire Mexican border with a "virtual fence" of cameras, ground sensors and radar is in jeopardy after a string of technical glitches and delays....
Israel announced Sunday that it was constructing a border fence along the length of its armistice line with Syria in the Golan Heights and was co-ordinating its intelligence with the United States in light of the deteriorating security situation in Syria.
In remarks at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the Syrian army had moved away from the frontier and that jihadist forces had moved in.
“Therefore, we will defend this border against both infiltration and terrorism,” Mr. Netanyahu said.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announces she is halting funding for the 2,000-mile virtual fence just days before the release of a Government Accountability Office report that is expected to slam the project.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
In a recent post, we explained that a recently leaked Pentagon report highlighted the poor “out-of-cockpit visibility in the F-35A”, a shortcoming that would limit the pilots ability to see aerial threats surrounding the plane, putting the costly
Israel said it is near completion of a $416 million fence along the entire Egyptian border, a project it said had stopped the illegal entry of thousands of African migrants and lowered the risk of militant infiltration from the chaotic the Sinai Peninsula.