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Beware the ‘Black Swan’ – guest column in Maine’s The Times Record today.

High Frontier Chairman Henry F. Cooper had a guest column in Maine’s The Times Record today.

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Another Critical Infrastructure Protection Bill Introduced By Rep. Franks

“To prevent widespread power failures,” Arizona Republican, Rep. Trent Franks, announced Wednesday that he had introduced the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act.

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October 24, 2013—A Blackout on Steroids!

This Sunday evening, watch the National Geographic Channel at 9 PM to view an important presentation on what it would mean to you and your family if we lost the electric power grid for 10 days. Just imagine what it would mean if we lost the grid for much longer and get involved in urging the powers that be to provide for the common defense as they are sworn to do.

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June 18, 2013 – Congress Wakes Up To Cataclysmic Threat

Written by Michael Maloof for WorldNetDaily: WASHINGTON – As the technologically sophisticated U.S. faces the increasing threat of an electromagnetic pulse attack from a man-made, high altitude nuclear explosion or an “inevitable” massive solar flare, Republicans in the U.S. House are trying to prepare a defense. They are proposing legislation to protect the vulnerable U.S. […]

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April 17, 2013 – Don’t Underestimate Aegis Capabilities!

Seasoned crews of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system can help defend against North Korean ballistic missile launches over the South Pole, if provided needed cuing and tracking information.

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April 11, 2013 – All Contingencies Covered – REALLY?

This week, Senior U.S. Officials have stated that our recent missile defense deployments assure that we can shoot down North Koreas ballistic missiles in all contingencies, if they are launched at the U.S. homeland or our troops in the Pacific, e.g., at Guam. But . . . What about one North Korea may actually have been practicing?

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DoD: U.S. war machine vulnerable to EMP event

F. Michael Maloof, a former senior Department of Defense security policy analyst, discusses a little known 2011 Army War College study that concludes the Defense Department will be hard-pressed to respond in any meaningful way to a catastrophic failure of the civilian electric grid infrastructure due to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event, whether natural or man-made.

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March 11, 2013 – Yogi Berra opined, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it” . . . but, which way to go?

As observed in our past several email reports, there are two sources for an existential EMP threat: one natural and one manmade. This week, there were press reports of current events related to both—but with the exception of World Net Daily’s report of Scandinavia’s interest in current solar storms, none emphasized the EMP threat.

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Highlighting EMP at South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

On Saturday January 12 Ambassador Hank Cooper, Chairman of High Frontier, spoke on the existential threat of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and the fact that Congress is not protecting the American Public as they are required to do under the Constitution.  You want to listen to this entire lecture!   Following Ambassador Cooper’s Lecture, he participated […]

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December 30, 2012 – An EMP Existential Threat: An Unlikely Event?

Many consider electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event to be very unlikely—so unlikely that it need not be worried about. For over a decade, it has been understood that even terrorists could create lethal EMP effects from a nuclear armed ballistic missile launched from vessels off our coasts. And EMP from a solar storm will occur someday, it is just a question of when.

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