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Phony Navy SEAL of the Week ABC Reporter BOBBY HALLMARK JR. from Texas. Fake SEAL and Vietnam Vet Retired Navy SEAL Don Shipley BUSTS Phony Navy SEAL of the Week and ABC News Reporter BOBBY HALLMARK JR. from Longview, Texas. Bob has endless claims of being a Navy SEAL Vietnam Vet and he is neither... http://www.kltv.com/ His latest claims, after being exposed, are that he was "Vietnam Era" and he wasn't even that much less a Navy SEAL... The Fall of Saigon occurred on April 29th, 1975. The National Defense Service Medal for Vietnam even stopped being issued on August 14, 1974. President Gerald R. Ford announced on May 7, 1975 that the Vietnam Era had ENDED... And Bob joined the navy on April 11th, 1977... I found several references to Bob being a Navy SEAL in the attached link and several "spin offs" of the original article online. http://www.searchingforbigfoot.com/Pa... A reporter from ABC / CNN came out to meet us. His name is Bob Hallmark, as it turns out, Bob is an ex Navy Seal.... Actually from the original UDT. Bob first claimed to me he served in 1975 and not 1972 as the news video showed. Confronted again, Bob changed that to 1977. Bob served for three years and should have been proud of that instead of embellishing his service... http://vvaveteran.org/33-3/33-3_notes... http://www.kilgorenewsherald.com/news... http://www.kltv.com/story/3055674/fou...
Courtesy Of Global Leaks
South Korea has developed an automated, turret-based weapon platform capable of locking onto a human target three kilometers away. Tara Cleary reports. It's called the Super Aegis 2 and its one of the most advanced weapons systems ever built. Billed by its manufacturers DoDaam of South Korea as a "Total Security Solution", the Super Aegis is an automated turret system that supports a variety of weapons, from a standard machine-gun to a surface-to-air missile. It is designed to repel an attacker from up to 3 kilometres away, using sophisticated thermal imaging software and camera systems to lock onto a human-sized target even in the dead of night. The system requires no human presence. It's all operated robotically from a distant control room. DoDaam Systems Vice-President Park Sung-ho says the high-tech weapon could become an integral component in South Korea's ongoing military face-off with North Korea across the heavily armed Demilitarised Zone.