Is genius not the first thing that comes to your mind when you see that face? It is good that he is not that fury or that head would gone up in flames with any less lighter sentence.
The perpetrator was Casey James Fury, a civilian painter and sandblaster who wanted to go home early. Fury set fire to a box of greasy rags. On appeal, he would complain to a judge of ineffective counsel, as his defense lawyer forced him to admit to setting the fire in exchange for a lighter sentence. According to counsel, he set that fire and a fire outside the sub three weeks later, because of his untreated anxiety.
Source: A nuclear submarine was destroyed by a guy trying to get out of work early | We Are The Mighty
Does size matter? Wrong question … if it does not work, it does not work!
The Trump administration has accused Russia of a coordinated “multi-stage intrusion campaign” to hack into critical U.S. infrastructure networks and conduct “network reconnaissance” while attempting to delete evidence of their intrusions.
Source: Russians Targeting the “Achilles Heel” of Critical Infrastructure
Hmmm … they have come a long way from spiking heads!
training camp in Yemen is the site where ISIS recruits go through a ritual that none of Gunny Hartman’s recruits had to do.
Source: This video shows why being an ISIS recruit can really be a kick in the nuts | We Are The Mighty
Although war is a uniquely military activity because of the threat or use of violence, organizations that go to war share many characteristics with civilian organizations.
Source: Two Worlds of Strategy
The shades of reality that can be articulated in verse resemble the qualities of intuition and instinct that rest more on the relationships between discrete facts than on the facts themselves. When poems are both inductive and meditative, they make self-knowledge honest by capturing those aspects of both perception and understanding that defy concise description or quantification. The insights produced in this way are less subject to biases and the manipulations that are sometimes applied to serve one’s preferences.
Source: Know Thyself: Learning Leadership through Poetry
What are the real world effects of the unusual U.S. view of the scope of any nation’s right to use military force in self-defense.
Source: Cyber Operations and the U.S. Definition of “Armed Attack”
Lockheed Martin unveiled its pitch for Cyber Command’s unified platform.
Source: Lockheed Martin unveils cyber war-fighting platform
On Feb. 13, our colleague Robert Chesney flagged the upcoming Cyber Command legal conference titled “Cyberspace Operations in the Gray Zone.” The conference—which begins Monday morning and involves heavy interagency and private sector and academia participation—is set to address a number of key international and domestic law issues surrounding cyberspace operations, such as the exploiting of social media in the gray zone, the characterizing of information warfare in cyberspace, the protecting of domestic information systems, the countering of gray zone cyber threats, technology and warfare, and privacy implications of military cyberspace operations.
Source: International Law and Cyberspace: Evolving Views – Lawfare
Determining the origins of cyberattacks is already difficult, but cyber actors can further muddy attribution through false flag attacks.
Source: False Flags in Cyberspace: Targeting Public Opinion and Political Will