Weekly Security Digest - February 9, 2020
Sun, a Chinese-born American citizen, had been working at Raytheon, the fourth-largest US defense contractor, for a decade. He held a secret-level security clearance and worked on highly sensitive missile programs used by the US military.
The White House on Thursday confirmed the death of the leader of an Al Qaeda-linked group during an airstrike in Yemen last month.
Iran unveiled a new short-range missile called Thunder on Sunday and launched a satellite named Victory which failed to reach orbit.
Amid escalating rocket and incendiary balloon attacks from the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Gazan terror groups that Israel was prepared to take “crushing action” if the attacks continued.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who made waves as a witness during the Trump impeachment proceedings, was fired Friday by the National Security Council and escorted off of the White House grounds, Fox News has confirmed.
Thank you to Rebecca Holmes for submitting Bradley McGhee to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"My son, Brad McGhee, was a Combat Engineer in the United States Marine Corps. He served bravely and selflessly. He was a Marine’s Marine. Sadly Bradley passed away in 2012."
Rest in Peace Bradley, you will never be forgotten!
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A man accused of attempting to rape a woman at a Brooklyn subway station had been set loose on the streets because of New York’s misguided bail “reform” — and the blasé reaction of liberal groups that backed the law is all too telling.