ep 24: Bad Apple

In the news: The DOJ cracks the Pensacola terrorist iPhone and they’re pissed at Apple; Apple is also pissed at the DOJ; Corporations are People, too; A new Space Force Chief is enshrined on the Leadership Wall; Space Force goes on the road to explain Space Force; A new look at USAF mission-capable ratings; The United Federation of “Planet”; SkyBorg…it’s coming!; Pause for safety; Teddy Roosevelt heads back to sea; The Fired-Up Chief is still recovering; Stolen Valor takes a year; PLUS, an Offsite Announcement.

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NOTES:

Attorney General William P. Barr Announces Updates to the Findings of the Investigation into the December 2019 Shooting at Pensacola Naval Air Station 

Press Release: 

Attorney General William P. Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray Announce Significant Developments in the Investigation of the Naval Air Station Pensacola Shooting

Apple rejects ‘false claims’ by Justice Department regarding Pensacola investigation

Corporations Are People’ Is Built on an Incredible 19th-Century Lie

Here’s What the Space Force is Telling Airmen About the New Service

Slideshow Presentation

USSF Roadshow Approved for PA Release.pdf

Space Command takes over Operation Olympic Defender

We salute whoever made Steve Carell head of Space Force at the Air Force museum

Breaking Down USAF’s 70-Percent Overall Mission Capable Rate

More than one company could get cash to build the Air Force’s AI-equipped Skyborg drone

Eglin Orders Brief Suspension of Flight Ops Following F-35, F-22 Crashes

Carrier Theodore Roosevelt, sidelined in Guam by coronavirus, heads back to sea this week

CMSgt Juan Lewis aka The Fired-Up Chief

Man to Spend Up to 12 years in Prison for Stolen Valor, Theft Charges

 

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