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Hardspace: Shipbreaker review: Solidarity in space

Digital Trends 24 May 2022
Beneath its oddly satisfying hook, the sci-fi title pulls apart modern labor issues like one of its intricate ships — one OSHA violation at a time ... When I get into a flow state, I feel like a veteran shipbreaker who knows exactly how to safely depressurize a ship before cutting into its hull or how to safely uninstall a nuclear reactor.
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The Ukraine War’s Collateral Damage

Resilience 24 May 2022
According to the DoD’s budget documents, $56.5 billion is for new combat aircraft, $41 billion for new ships, $34 billion for the “modernization” of America’s nuclear arsenal, $25 billion for missile defense, $20 billion for artillery and armored vehicles, and $135 billion for “combat readiness” and training activities.
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Soviet and Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol
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“Is the US Preparing a Plan to destroy Russia’s Black Sea Fleet”? Taking It Up ...

GlobalResearch 23 May 2022
It would be really difficult to believe that the United States is not in a proxy war with Russia if reports that it plans to send anti-ship missiles to Ukraine are true ... Deliveries of powerful anti-ship weapons are being discussed.” ... would be sending those anti-ship missiles, Kirby was more ambiguous..
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Biden Rhetorically Comes to the Defense of Taiwan But Actions Speak Louder Than Words

The American Spectator 23 May 2022
is president? Will the United States extend its nuclear guarantee to Taiwan? Will the U.S ... That can lead to miscalculation and war — a war that under current circumstances, the United States will not likely win; and a war, as a recent article in Foreign Affairs warns, that could go nuclear with unimaginable consequences.
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'Kiss Planet Earth goodbye': How Russia's in Ukraine is wrecking our last chance to combat ...

Alternet 23 May 2022
According to the DoD’s budget documents, $56.5 billion is for new combat aircraft, $41 billion for new ships, $34 billion for the “modernization” of America’s nuclear arsenal, $25 billion for missile defense, $20 billion for artillery and armored vehicles, and $135 billion for “combat readiness” and training activities.
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How ‘Animal Crossing’ and the pandemic informed Takashi Murakami’s new Broad show

The Los Angeles Times 23 May 2022
... the Tōhoku earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear disaster, through the lens of Asian folklore and Daoist immortals. A coagulation of dark skulls and a ship rollicked by waves swirl within a catastrophic water event that eventually simmers at the far end into a pastoral calm.
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U.S. Navy ceremony commands respect in Duluth

Grand Forks Herald 22 May 2022
Navy ship in Minnesota history unfolded in front of more than 2,000 guests in the Twin Ports harbor on Saturday ... War ship prepped to start its career in Duluth ... The last naval ship with the name USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul was a Los Angeles-class nuclear-powered fast attack submarine that was decommissioned in 2008.Clint Austin / Duluth News Tribune.
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The Ukraine War’s Collateral Damage: Planet Earth

Scheerpost 22 May 2022
According to the DoD’s budget documents, $56.5 billion is for new combat aircraft, $41 billion for new ships, $34 billion for the “modernization” of America’s nuclear arsenal, $25 billion for missile defense, $20 billion for artillery and armored vehicles, and $135 billion for “combat readiness” and training activities.
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Apollo hands out 325 diplomas

Messenger-Inquirer 21 May 2022
Despite being postponed one day due to weather concerns, the spirt and enthusiasm of the class of 2022 could not be dampened ... Navy uniform ... Navy, where she will study to be a nuclear engineer ... FL ... Dowell will officially join July 18 before shipping out for boot camp near Chicago, then going on to nuclear engineering school in North Carolina ... .
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USS Oklahoma City submarine is retiring after 33 years. Here's what you need to know.

The Oklahoman 20 May 2022
The nuclear-powered fast attack submarine named for Oklahoma's capital city will be decommissioned Friday after nearly 34 years of service in the US Navy ... Command of the ship will be relinquished at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, where it will then be dismantled, recycled and its nuclear reactor sent to safely decay.
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Explained: How might Russia react to Sweden and Finland joining Nato?

Democratic Underground 20 May 2022
We run through the options ... So what will Russia do? ... Russia’s former president Dmitry Medvedev in mid-April warned of nuclear escalation. “If this is done, no non-nuclear status of the Baltic will be possible,” he said ... The result for Sweden and Finland, he continued, would be nuclear-armed Russian ships just “arm’s length” from their homes ... snip. .
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Ace of bases

Economist 20 May 2022
In march, nearly five years after it opened, China’s military base at Djibouti had its firstport call, the Luomahu, a supply ship. There was no pomp and circumstance about it ... Jutting 1,100 feet (335m) into the Gulf of Aden is a pier large enough, say American analysts, to take aircraft-carriers, amphibious assault ships or nuclear submarines.
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India should increase naval capabilities to counter Chinese threat in Indian Ocean: Expert

Beijing News 19 May 2022
Naypyidaw , May 19 (ANI) ... This concern comes in the background of the US Naval Intelligence report released last month which stated that the PLAN will have 67 new major surface ships and 12 new nuclear-powered submarines by 2030 ... "The amount China spends on the PLAN is not clear ... (ANI) ....
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‘A glowing red orb’: Wild UFO theories move from the shadows to Congress

Politico 18 May 2022
The recently passed National Defense Authorization Act, which required the Pentagon to establish a more permanent and comprehensive effort to collect and analyze UFOs reports, singled out UAP incidents “associated with military nuclear assets, including strategic nuclear weapons and nuclear-powered ships and submarines.”.
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UN special rapporteur urges US to halt sanctions on Tehran

Irna 18 May 2022
Iran has been subject to unilateral sanctions by the United States for years, she said, adding that the sanctions were increased in 2010 to include the Iranian banks and were further intensified in 2012 so that the country’s oil and shipping sectors even came under the sanctions.

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