Pentagon Finds $12.8 Billion Funding For Trump’s Border Wall | Neon Nettle

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So he has the money

border wall may have found possible funding after the Defense Department identified $12.8 billion that could be utilized for its construction. A 20-page spreadsheet was released by Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I. On Twitter.In February, Trump made steps to allocate $8 billion from various federal agencies after he declared a national emergency to fund the southern border wall.The president said he wanted to use $3.6 billion for border wall projects. 

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But the Pentagon’s list said it had discovered potential funding sources “more than the amount needed.” © press California was found to have more than $700 million in unused Army and Navy military construction budget that could be used for the wall.

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But the Pentagon’s list said it had discovered potential funding sources “more than the amount needed.” © press California was found to have more than $700 million in unused Army and Navy military construction budget that could be used for the wall.

READ MORE: https://neonnettle.com/news/6850-pentagon-finds-12-8-billion-funding-for-trump-s-border-wall

 

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Indian soldier kills three fellow soldiers in Occupied Kashmir

Srinagar: An Indian soldier turned his gun on fellow troopers killing at least three of them in Occupied Kashmir’s Udhampur district, Kashmir Media Service reported on Thursday. 

A soldier of Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Ajit Kumar, opened fired on his colleagues killing three of them at the 187 battalion unit in Battal Ballian area of the district, a the KSM quoted a senior police official as having told the media.

The slain were identified as Head Constables Pokermal, Yogendra Sharma and Umed Singh.

The shooter  shot himself and was rushed to the hospital for treatment.

feature that could’ve prevented 737 crashes was sold as an option Software-based alerts would have told pilots 737 MAX’s MCAS system’s sensor input were wrong.

The crashed Lion Air 737 MAX and the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX aircraft had more in common than aircraft design and the apparently malfunctioning flight system that led to their demises. Both of the planes lacked optional safety features that would have alerted the pilots to problems with their angle of attack (AOA) sensors—the input suspected of causing the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) software to put both aircraft into a fatal dive.

The New York Times reports that both vehicles lacked an “AOA disagree” light—a warning light that indicates when the aircraft’s two AOA sensors provide different readings—and an angle of attack indicator. Since the MCAS system relied only on one of the aircraft’s AOA sensors, the disagree light and AOA indicator would have given the flight crew visible evidence of a sensor failure and prompted them to disable the MCAS. But both of these features were sold by Boeing as expensive add-ons. And many discount and smaller airlines declined to purchase them, as they were not required by regulators.