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Let’s face it, the world is a little wild right now. There are countries invading countries and pirates stealing ships. There’s a lot to talk about from the world of Weapons and Warfare, and at Straight Arrow News, we got your six. Weapons and Warfare is a weekly show, hosted by Ryan Robertson, and will bring you the latest news from our nation’s frontline defenders, and the challenges they could face.
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Join Dane & David for your weekly dose of irreverent political & cultural commentary! Weapons of Meme Destruction takes aim at society's conventional opinions. Our view is that conventional wisdom isn't always so wise. By destroying society's memes of "respectable opinion", we arm our community with their own weapons to call out BS when they see it. Instead of giving you the same stale, puny candy bar in a different wrapper, we are serving up king-sized candy bars chock full of chocolate cov ...
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We live in a VUCA world – volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous – where the only constant is change, complexity is growing, and all the ambiguity this creates is making us feel anxious and uncertain. The world is being disrupted over and over again, and the risks previously categorized as “unknown unknowns” have become commonplace. Everywhere we turn, Mount VUCA is in various stages of volcanic eruption. Join IQ4U’s Dr. Tamara Schwartz and her invited guests in this new podcast explori ...
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Weapons of WWI

Noah Maitland

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Description of the main weapons during WWI and how they changed to fit today's standard Cover art photo provided by Timothy Dykes on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@timothycdykes
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Microsoft Vice Chair and President Brad Smith speaks with leaders in government, business, and culture to explore the world’s most critical challenges at the intersection of technology and society. As a 30-year veteran of an industry driven by disruption, Brad Smith hosts candid conversations with his guests that examine, reframe, and explore potential solutions to the digital issues shaping our world today, including cybersecurity, privacy, digital inclusion, environmental sustainability, a ...
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Your #1 source for unfiltered, uncensored, and passionate #NYJets talk by hosts CJ "The Painkiller" DeSimone and Kevin Jackson. Follow the show on Twitter @CandCJetsFactor , CJ @jetsfan0523 , and Kevin @SpottyBlackman Email: weaponshotpodcast@gmail.com
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This undead obsessed channel is part self-help thought exercises and discussions about conquering addiction using the tools found in the "AddictionZombie" companion workbook and part serialized audioseries about fictional characters battling actual zombies in their lives from my, "Undead Weapons" books. Self-reflecting education and indie-style entertainment all from the mind and experiences of yours truly. New episodes of "AddictionZombie: The Undead Addiction Podcast" and "Undead Weapons: ...
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The Beauty of Our Weapons

M. Darusha Wehm | Scribl

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Book III of the Andersson Dexter series. Storefronts busted, businesses destroyed, accounts frozen. No one knows who’s behind the rash of vandalism in the virtual world, Marionette City, or how to protect themselves from becoming the next victim. Andersson Dexter has a new lease on life. Things are looking up for the newly independent investigator, when he picks up what seems like an ordinary case of vandalism. Soon Dex discovers that what appears to be a run of the mill case may be linked t ...
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Justin Blake receives an invitation from his old school-fellow Tom Temple to join him and his family for the Christmas holidays in Yorkshire. Having no other plans, he decides to go. Though he is normally much the opposite of what would be called a lady's man, he falls instantly in love with Miss Forrest, one of the guests, who had already shared his train compartment on the way. When he meets the mysterious Herod Voltaire and finds that he must protect the girl from him and his weapons of m ...
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Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know

International Law department - Graduate Institute Geneva

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Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know is a podcast series produced as part of the LAWS and War Crimes research project, based at the International Law department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The podcast is hosted by the members of the research team: Paola Gaeta (the project lead), Marta Bo, Abhimanyu George Jain, and Alessandra Spadaro. Over the course of ten episodes, they will intervie ...
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This week on Weapons & Warfare it’s all drones, all the time. A veritable Dronapalooza. Hear from some former Air Force leaders and defense and security experts on what our national defense is doing right, and where it needs to get better when it comes to drones in the hands of today’s operators. And we check out the C100 from Performance Drone Wor…
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Coaching in sport is extremely important to development both as an athlete and as a whole person. The tools a coach has at their disposal is a factor in how they can help their athletes prepare, train, reflect, and recover. Emerging technologies are creating new ways to assist in the player – coach relationship. In particular, IoT offers numerous o…
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Harrison Butker used his speech to graduates from the Catholic University, Benedictine College, to remind them that tradition is important and staying in one's own lane is the best way to lead effectively and with grace. Although femnazis and the rest of the chronically offended, emotional hypochondriacs generally have nothing but dismissive, mocki…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare, as the world reflects on the 80th anniversary of D-Day, Host Ryan Robertson has a conversation with journalism professor, and documentarian, Barney McCoy about his latest effort, ‘Running Towards The Fire’. This new documentary centers on the experiences of World War II correspondent, Robert Rueben who made the jump …
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This week on Weapons & Warfare, taking new tech to the battlespace. With the ever-evolving nature of combat, and how America’s forces will operate in their next conflict, one company is working to make sure deployed troops have the computing power they need to operate in remote and austere environments. Host Ryan Robertson offers an up-close look a…
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On the last episode of WMD, one of Dr. Schwartz’s student veterans, Mr. Jon Ritt, a business analytics major at the York College of Pennsylvania, shared war stories from his first deployment to Southwest Asia to describe how technology is shaping the battlefield. On this episode, part two of a two-part story, Jon shares the story of his second depl…
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Remember when the FBI fabricated "evidence," government prosecutors ran with it, and their propaganda mouthpieces amplified it without fact checking or "holding power accountable?" Pepperidge Farms remembers. As it turns out, those explosive pictures of "top secret" and "classified" documents the FBI seized during the raid on Mar-a-Lago last year, …
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As evermore irrelevant wedges are driven between us, while the elite (those driving the wedges) continue their endless power grab, it becomes increasingly obvious that the death of critical thinking has been a front and center reason for why the divide and conquer strategy never fails. On the one hand, we have femnazis (and their soy-drunk male apo…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we’re exploring life after service. While many veterans make the transition to civilian life with little difficulty, that’s not true for all. Host Ryan Robertson connects with Warriors Ethos to learn more about their mission to help veterans take the next step, and introduces us to one of their success stories. Plus t…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we head to Tampa for Special Operations Forces Week, aka SOF Week 2024. Host Ryan Robertson takes a look at some of the problems facing the SOF community and what they’re doing to stay mission-ready in the face of those challenges. And our Weapon of the Week may look like a toy, but its users aren’t playing around.…
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One of the best experiences that comes from being a professor is when a student takes the opportunity to share their personal story. Military veterans share a very special bond, as a veteran herself, Dr. Schwartz feels especially grateful for that connection when a student veteran shares their story. This is part one of a very special two-part epis…
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In case you haven't heard, taxation is theft. This simple fact is brought plainly into focus by escalating tensions in the Middle East. If the American regime had any interest in peace or what is best for the American people, it would be doing everything to stop the encroaching regional conflict, but instead it continues spending the money stolen f…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare China’s newest aircraft carrier could soon be ready to hit open waters. Learn why that news is putting a bigger spotlight on America’s shipbuilding and maintenance struggles. Host Ryan Robertson visits with an industry leader to get their take on potential answers to the problem. And. in our Weapon of the Week, all ha…
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On April 19, 2024, Max Azzarello etched his name in American history books alongside other fateful events that have occurred on that same day in U.S. history. There's a lesson in his seemingly crazy action that without the proper historical context might be missed. April 19th also happens to be both the opening shots of the American Revolution when…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we’re headed out on the Potomac River as Host Ryan Robertson visits with a longtime boatmaker that’s hoping to turn their racing background into a winning formula for Special Operations forces. Plus a new concept from Bell could be a big player in the future of America’s national defense.…
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Historically, National Security has always involved the most cutting edge of technology. As the world moves back into a RealPolitik posture with nations competing for power of a global scale, how we go to war is changing again. The newest arms race is in the application of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics on the battlefield. On this episode of …
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This week on Weapons & Warfare meet the Southern California startup that could change the game for the military’s billion-dollar parts problem. Host Ryan Robertson visits with one of the leaders at Machina Labs to see how their tech could be the answer to many issues facing military maintainers. And a small, but powerful piece of tech is our Weapon…
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Despite the overwhelming amount of bad news inundating us on a seemingly daily basis, causes for optimism are often just beneath the surface. In the last couple weeks researchers have discovered ways to make internet speeds millions of times faster without the need for any upgrades to our current infrastructure and they have also discovered a massi…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we are in National Harbor, Maryland for ‘Sea, Air, Space 2024’, the U.S. Navy League’s annual exposition for America’s maritime forces and commercial partners. Leadership from the Navy and the Marine Corps weigh in on the state of their respective services. Plus host Ryan Robertson hops on board The Prowler by Metal S…
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George Orwell imagined it in 1984. Star Trek imagined it with the Borg, when they promised that we would all be assimilated. The Internet of Things, or IoT in industry jargon, is no longer the stuff of science fiction, but rather the stuff of science fact, and it is disrupting everything. On this episode of WMD, Dr. Tamara Schwartz hands off the mi…
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Just before the April 8, 2024 solar eclipse, the Northeastern United States was rocked by a 4.8 magnitude earthquake. The eclipse path and earthquakes across the U.S. are reminiscent of natural events that happened in the early 19th century, just on the eve of the War of 1812. Are recent events suggestive of another coming war—maybe war with Russia…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare, from launching off aircraft carriers to launching viral videos, the subject of this week’s Debrief is sharing his military experience one video at a time. Host Ryan Robertson catches up with former Naval Aviator Rob Roy who is taking viewers inside the cockpit of the soon-to-be-retired C-2 Greyhound for an up-close e…
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On a recent Daily Show segment, John Stewart went full "Orange Man Bad" defending Letitia James' lawfare against Trump in New York where Trump was recently ordered to pay $454 million in damages for valuing his property higher than the tax assessor. Although Stewart and the rest of the TDS-afflicted left sees no problem with using the law in this w…
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Bayer CEO Bill Anderson considers himself a scientist at heart, a chemical engineer by training, and a lifelong student of biotechnology. Now at the helm of a 160-year-old German pharmaceutical and agriculture company, he's employing science and technology with a bold mission — Health for All, Hunger for none. In this episode, Bill discusses AI’s r…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we check in with the Air Force Research Laboratory. Host Ryan Robertson visits with the Director of Strategic Partnering to talk about all things AFRL, from fifth-gen fighters to the B-21 and drones to missiles, we find out how the lab is working to meet the needs of today’s Airmen and Guardians. Plus a critical missi…
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It would be sad if it wasn't so obvious and endless. Last week the state's chief propagandists tried to gin up outrage over Trump referencing a "bloodbath" in the auto industry if he is not elected. Of course, they tried their level best to destroy or ignore all context to get you to believe he was talking generally about kicking off a civil war if…
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Left or Right, it's never been about their professed "principles." On the Left, popular lefty meme page "The Other 98%" shows this by sharing a meme asserting that men can't have an opinion on abortion simply because they can't give birth. But wait... isn't it the Left that can't tell us what a woman is, says it's "transphobic" to assume someone's …
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This week on Weapons & Warfare we take a look at artificial intelligence and aviation. Host Ryan Robertson visits with two companies leading the charge for AI pilots. As the nature of warfare evolves and the competition for resources intensifies, W&W examines where the technology is, and where it might be headed in the not-too-distant future.…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare were going beyond the headlines to take a look at Russia, space, and their nuclear ambitions beyond the earth’s atmosphere. Host Ryan Robertson visits with three subject matter experts for their insights on what’s possibly and most likely when it comes to Russia and their nuclear capabilities in space.…
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Social engineering is a behavior as old as humankind, though the terminology is traced back to Dutch industrialist J.C. VanMarken in 1894. Van Marken believed that the world needed people who could handle social (human) problems, in much the same way that engineers handled mechanical problems. Today social engineering is understood to be behaviors …
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The increasing belligerence, irrationality, and paranoia of the regime's leaders suggest that the regime is in its death throes. The belligerence was on full display in Joe Biden's recent State of the Union address, which favored vitriol over even bothering to mention the real, every day issues the average American faces as a consequence of his fai…
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This week on Weapons & Warfare, in the face of consistent efforts by Russia and China to infiltrate America’s online resources the U.S. Air Force makes a move to attract, and keep, the best IT and cyber talent available. Host Ryan Robertson takes a look at the USAF’s plan to bring back the rank of Warrant Officer and why the Air Force thinks this m…
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Meet some of the minds behind the MindGym as host Ryan Robertson visits with a portion of the leadership at Lumena, a Denver-based startup that’s doing big things for the mental health of the Air Force. From their humble beginnings to connecting with the USAF, and their plans for the future of the MindGym.…
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The state is not even trying anymore to hide that it is trying to kill you. After it forced a perfectly healthy, 37-year-old Ontario mother to take a third Covid jab she was rendered a quadriplegic. Her doctors attributed her sudden deterioration to the Covid vaccine. What did the Canadian government do in response? Asked her, TWICE, if she wanted …
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Gutenberg's invention of the printing press led to a new economy, which created a new sector of businesses, industries, and jobs. Generative AI is providing a similar opportunity today. In this episode, Brad Smith draws on the lessons from the printing press and supporting industries to illustrate how different technologies are coming together to c…
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