Af/Pak & Other News (3/13/2013)

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Mar 13, 2013, 12:29:34 PM3/13/13
U.S. Air Force Looking To Lift Stop-Work Order On Light Air Support:

Militants disguised as cricketers attack Kashmir police camp:

Militants clash with rival group, torch 10 houses in Tirah:

Police detain child 'bombers' in Pakistan:

Pentagon has second thoughts on drone warrior medal:

US spy agencies more pessimistic on Afghan war:

Spy Chiefs Point to a Much, Much Weaker Al-Qaida:

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Gulf I: Iran’s Power in the Air:

Syria's children shot at, tortured, raped: Rights group:

Syria Military Shows Strain in a War It Wasn’t Built to Fight:

Syria, China worst for online spying: RSF:

Al Nusrah Front poised to take over last major city on Euphrates

Syrian Rebels Launched 401 Homemade Bomb Attacks Last Year:

Shin Bet: Hamas increasing suicide bomb efforts:

'We didn't hit Hamas hard enough in Gaza op':

France, allies want special force for Mali UN mission:

Almost Half of SA’s Gripens ‘in Storage’:

Kazakhstan to build EC645 T2:

Rheinmetall Delivers Gladius Soldier System:

Researchers find German-made spyware across globe:

PICTURE: Joint Strike Missile makes F-35 debut:

Tranche 1 Typhoon Fleet Is Upgraded:

Last survivor of plot to kill Hitler, Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, dies:

Cubans evade censorship by exchanging computer memory sticks, blogger

North Korea places South island in crosshairs:

Report: China developing advanced drone fleet:

“We are very concerned with the potential of a cyber-related attack on
our nuclear command and control, and on the weapons systems

Spy Chief Says Little Danger of Cyber ‘Pearl Harbor’ in Next Two

Growing cyber threat to US infrastructure: spy chief:

JPMorgan Chase is latest US bank in MYSTERY web savaging:

For first time, US military says it would use offensive cyberweapons:

Combat Ops Space Cell: Defending critical satellite links:

Northrop to Produce More Fire Scouts for US Navy:

Half Tank, Half Chimp -- All Robot:

Video: Air traffic controllers honored for saving F/A-18:

F-35 'Affordable' at $90 Million per Aircraft:

U.S. Spies Want to Play Alternate-Reality Games (For Work, They

APS to help develop deep undersea sonar technology to detect quiet
hostile submarines:

Mar 13, 2013, 11:10:20 PM3/13/13
On Mar 13, 9:29 am, wrote:

> APS to help develop deep undersea sonar technology to detect quiet
> hostile submarines:

"The DSOP program seeks to use deep-sea areas known as
the sound fixing and ranging channel -- also known as the
deep sound channel -- that exists at ocean depths below
about 3,000 feet where the water is cold, silent, and dense,
and where the speed of sound is at its slowest.

Conditions in these areas act as a sound waveguide that
enables low-frequency sound waves to travel for thousands
of miles. DARPA wants APS to develop sensors that
essentially look upward through this acoustically silent
environment to detect the low-frequency sounds of enemy
submarines against a quiet background at long ranges."

Don't existing SOSUS & Towed-array sonars already do this?

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