The U.S. Navy is apparently as sick of Florida as the rest of us, and they’re doing something about it.
The U.S. Navy is dropping live bombs in a national forest in Florida this week. The bombing began Monday from the Jacksonville Naval Air Station at its 450-acre Pinecastle Range Complex in Ocala National Forest.
The live bombs will be dropped from 9-11 a.m. each day with Navy jets back in the area in the afternoon and early evenings with inert bombings.
Hopefully, some enterprising young pilot will post fliers stating free beer and meth will be distributed inside the target area.
Don’t look now, but there’s a very interesting alliance building in the Middle East, and their common enemy is the ISIS animals.
The New York Times is reporting that there is a “secret alliance” between Egypt and Israel to combat ISIS along the Sinai border between the two countries.
The report claims that Israel has flown more than 100 missions in the last two years, striking targets in the terrorists’ stronghold in Egypt with the full knowledge and cooperation of Cairo’s government.
Egypt appeared unable to stop them, so Israel, alarmed at the threat just over the border, took action. For more than two years, unmarked Israeli drones, helicopters and jets have carried out a covert air campaign, conducting more than 100 airstrikes inside Egypt, frequently more than once a week — and all with the approval of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
The remarkable cooperation marks a new stage in the evolution of their singularly fraught relationship. Once enemies in three wars, then antagonists in an uneasy peace, Egypt and Israel are now secret allies in a covert war against a common foe.
To quote the dumbest vice-president in American history: “This is a big f**king deal.” It is also a tiny ray of hope, because if Egypt and Israel can get along, it’s only a matter of time before other Arab nations join the team.