Photo of the Day: “Double ugly”
Moscow subway attack: Suicide bombers detonate two bombs in Moscow subway – at least 38 killed, 102 wounded. London Times: “Police in Moscow have identified CCTV footage of the two women suicide bombers who blew themselves up on packed underground trains this morning and said that they had been accompanied by other women.” (H/T United States Action)
South Korea’s government asks for help – U.S. ships respond to assist in search, recovery, and salvage efforts. The Cheonan lies in two pieces on the sea floor. 58 sailors – including the ship’s captain – have been rescued.
The Virginia-class attack submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 79) has joined the fleet. The New Mexico is the second so-named ship: the first New Mexico (BB-40) was a battleship that earned six battle stars during World War II.
USAF builds hospital in Chile large enough to serve 110,000 – in just three and a half days. After treating hundreds of patients and performing dozens of surgeries, the U.S. donated the hospital to Chile.
The Obama administration is laying out legal justification for drone attacks.
Albert Chestone – retired FBI special agent, World War II veteran, and author of What America Means To Me – discusses “current security concerns, how the FBI has changed in the last 30 years, what was J. Edgar Hoover like to work under, and why Americans need to realign their ‘compasses of life’ with the pillar of freedom in order to pass on a vital America to the next generation” on Sharon Hughes’ radio program, Changing Worldviews. Listen to the show. Buy the book.