Tag: US

  • DHS to start testing drones over US

    Don’t be surprised if you catch a federal fleet of sneaky spy drones soaring over your head in the near future, but don’t be too terrified — it’s all in […]

  • U.S. and Philippines Start Training

    SUBIC BAY, Philippines – Philippine and United States officials on Monday opened a joint training exercise designed to help the two militaries work together to enhance regional security. The training, […]

  • Ensuring Stability

    The Commander of the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet has defended the American-led naval exercises in the Persian Gulf as a way to ensure stability and security in the region US admiral says Mideast […]

  • Ban Suspended

    Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has announced that the US is to suspend its ban on New Zealand naval ships entering its ports. US ends ban on New Zealand naval ship visits […]

  • Counter-Piracy Exercise

    Guided-missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill and other U.S. Navy assets participated in a counter-piracy exercise with elements of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (Navy) PLA(N) near the Horn of […]

  • Closer Ties

    As part of closer ties to the  Philippines, a US navy PC-3 Orion surveillance plane flew over the Davao Gulf in a mock mission to help local authorities track a seaborne […]

  • US Assists Iranian Dhow

    The United States Navy guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) has provided medical assistance and supplies to an Iranian-flagged dhow in the Arabian Sea after it was raided by […]

  • Scanning Delayed

    As the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) continues to embrace a risk-based approach towards securing US supply chains, a second 100% cargo scanning mandate appears to be delayed. Scanning […]

  • US and Philippines Cooperation

    WASHINGTON – The US and the Philippines said Friday they are expanding intelligence sharing and cooperation on maritime security, as President Barack Obama reiterated Washington’s desire to be viewed as […]

  • Commitment to Anti-Piracy

    In these times of fiscal austerity, should the United States be overly concerned about a phenomenon on the other side of the world that does not directly threaten the country’s […]