Navy's Stealth Destroyers Could Get Massive Upgrades Beyond Hypersonic Missiles
Days after returning from its first deployment, the Navy is lauding an intriguing future and the possibility of big upgrades for DDG-1000.Last Friday during this year’s Military Reporters & Editors Association Conference in Washington, D.C., at which The War Zone was in attendance, the Navy's Pacific Fleet (PACFLT) commander Adm. Samuel Paparo was asked about the lessons learned after Zumwalt’s recent deployment to the Pacific region. Beginning August 1, Zumwalt departed its home port of Naval Base San Diego and proceeded to patrol east Asia for three months before ultimately returning on Nov. 10.
© (photo credit: FLASH90) Gilboa prison commander Freddy Ben Sheetrit arrives for his testimony at the government inspection committee for the incident of the escape of the security prisoners from the Gilboa prison, in Modi
Gilboa Prison commander Freddy Ben-Sheetrit was fired from his position on Wednesday, Israel Prison Service (IPS) Commissioner Katy Perry announced.
Ben-Sheetrit's termination, which came after the warden was suspended by Perry in August, was approved by Public Security Minister Omer Bar Lev.
A statement released by the IPS said Ben-Sheetrit was found to be "ill-suited for continued service."
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Ben-Sheetrit was the prison's commander during the September 2021 scandal where six Palestinian convicted terrorists escaped the northern Israel prison.
Later that year, Ben-Sheetrit testified before a state commission of inquiry that there was a systemic problem of pimping IPS female guards to certain security prisoners, implying that the top brass of the IPS was covering it up.
This is a developing story.
Mary, Queen Of Scots' Prison Food Was Unusually Luxurious .
Prison get a notorious reputation for serving less-than-ideal food. But Mary, Queen of Scots' prison food was unusually luxurious.However, according to the American Journal of Public Health, this isn't always the case. From 1998 to 2014, 200 foodborne outbreaks in the prison system resulted in five deaths, 204 hospitalizations, and 20,625 illnesses. These stats beg the question, are those of high power subjected to the same dining conditions as the general prison population? Mary, Queen of Scots surely wasn't.