US Space Force the Guardians of QFS?
Gesara.news » News » US Space Force the Guardians of QFS?News Date: December 18, 2020
The new name for military space professionals, announced on Friday by Vice President Mike Pence, may appear to be a play on the Marvel superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy. But Space Force officials said it was a callback to a 1983 motto.
Vice President Mike Pence announces that uniformed members of the U.S. Space Force will be called Guardians. There you have it: Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Guardians.
What is the enemy right there in the space? We have not been attacked by aliens. Maybe QFS satellites need more protection.
Sources: twitter.com, www.defenseone.com
The second executive order today protects Americans from eviction.
The third executive order provides for the continuation of expanded unemployment benefits.
The fourth directive today extends relief to student loan borrowers through the end of the year.
President Trump also signed two important bills for our veterans-expanding eligibility for veterans with blindness and requiring the VA to establish a treatment court program.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said nothing had been finalized and that no orders for Somalia have been received by the U.S. military. But there appeared to be a growing expectation that drawdown orders would be coming soon.
Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller issued a memo to the entire Defense Department that hinted of a coming U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Sources: www.breitbart.com, www.reuters.com
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Could a seismic monetary shift be on the horizon for the Restored Republic.
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It is currently estimated that more than 75 million matured savings bonds, issued as far back as 1935, remain unredeemed. The total value of these unredeemed savings bonds is approximately $27 billion.