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LE NORAD MÈNE UN EXERCICE DE DÉFENSE ANTIAÉRIENNE DANS L’ARCTIQUE AMALGAM DART
By RÉGION CANADIENNE DU COMMANDEMENT DE LA DÉFENSE AÉROSPATIALE DE L’AMÉRIQUE DU NORD | June 8, 2021
Le Commandement de la défense aérospatiale de l’Amérique du Nord (NORAD) tiendra l’exercice AMALGAM
NORAD CONDUCTS ARCTIC AIR DEFENCE EXERCISE AMALGAM DART
By Canadian NORAD Region Public Affairs | June 8, 2021
North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will be conducting Exercise AMALGAM DART, an arctic
NORAD Deputy Commander Industry Engagement
By NORAD Public Affairs | June 4, 2021
Transcript of NORAD deputy commander industry engagement Lieutenant-General Alain Pelletier: And
NORAD TO CONDUCT AIR DEFENCE TRAINING AROUND MONTREAL/LE NORAD EFFECTUERA UN EXERCICE D’ENTRAÎNEMENT DE DÉFENSE AÉRIENNE AUTOUR DE MONTRÉAL
By | May 25, 2021
Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18, and United States Air Force F-15 fighter jets and two KC-135 tanker
Washington State Patrol pilots successfully test special laser eye protection developed at Wright-Patterson Lab
By Mary Pacinda | May 14, 2021
Aiming a laser at an aircraft is a federal crime that can net offenders up to five years in jail or cost them a $250,000 fine. Even with this heavy potential penalty, laser strikes have become increasingly more common. According to the FAA, 6,852 such incidents were reported in 2020, compared with 385 in 2006, and so far this year, incidents of “joy lasing” are up 20 percent over last year. Cheap and easily obtained, hand-held lasers used as pointers and cat toys are certainly harmless when used as intended. But when they are aimed at the cockpit of an aircraft, they can temporarily blind the pilot — with possibly deadly consequences.