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Ukrainian Border Guard Tests Locally Made SMG-15 Submachine Guns

The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine has published a press release telling about the new, domestically-produced submachine gun called SMG-15 that they are currently testing and may adopt in the foreseeable future. The press release notes that the gun is made by a company called “UKROP” LLC (ТОВ «УКРОП») which according to some Ukrainian […] Read More … The post Ukrainian Border Guard Tests Locally Made SMG-15 Submachine Guns appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Ukraine, Daily News, SMG, Border Guard, Ukrop, Zbroyar, Submachine Gun, Submachine Guns/Pistol Caliber Carbines, SMG-15, State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, State Border Guard Service, UKROP LLC


Security Flaw in Estonian National ID Card

We have no idea how bad this really is: On 30 August, an international team of researchers informed the Estonian Information System Authority (RIA) of a vulnerability potentially affecting the digital use of Estonian ID cards. The possible vulnerability affects a total of almost 750,000 ID-cards issued starting from October 2014, including cards issued to e-residents. The ID-cards issued before 16 October 2014 use a different chip and are not affected. Mobile-IDs are also not impacted. My gues...
Tags: Estonia, Identification, Id Cards, Bruce Schneier, Border Guard, Security Engineering, Juri Ratas, Ratas, Estonian Information System Authority RIA, Peterkop, State Electoral Office


A Global Fish War is Coming, Warns US Coast Guard (slashdot)

schwit1 shares an article from the U.S. Naval Institute's Proceedings magazine. It includes this warning from the Coast Guard's chief of fisheries law enforcement: Nearly two decades into the 21st Century, it has become clear the world has limited resources and the last area of expansion is the oceans. Battles over politics and ideologies may be supplanted by fights over resources as nations struggle for economic and food security. These new conflicts already have begun -- over fish... In 1996, ...
Tags: Japan, News, Spain, Canada, United States, Greenland, South China Sea, Coast Guard, U S Coast Guard, US Coast Guard, Indonesian Navy, Border Guard, EditorDavid, China Coast Guard, U S Naval Institute s Proceedings, Senkaku Islands Incidents


A Global Fish War is Coming, Warns US Coast Guard

schwit1 shares an article from the U.S. Naval Institute's Proceedings magazine. It includes this warning from the Coast Guard's chief of fisheries law enforcement: Nearly two decades into the 21st Century, it has become clear the world has limited resources and the last area of expansion is the oceans. Battles over politics and ideologies may be supplanted by fights over resources as nations struggle for economic and food security. These new conflicts already have begun -- over fish... In 1996, ...
Tags: Japan, Tech, Spain, Canada, United States, Greenland, South China Sea, Coast Guard, U S Coast Guard, US Coast Guard, Indonesian Navy, Border Guard, China Coast Guard, U S Naval Institute s Proceedings, Senkaku Islands Incidents


Finland Now Requires APIS Submissions for GA

On April 29, 2004, Finland put advance passenger information system (APIS) filing requirements into place for scheduled commercial carriers, as a result of a European Union (EU) directive. However, it was not until September 1, 2016, that APIS reporting became mandatory for general aviation (GA). As this recent regulatory transition was not well publicized, there are GA operators who may not yet be aware of these required reporting procedures. The following is an overview of what you need to k...
Tags: Europe, Colombia, Finland, Un, Aviation, Cuba, Eta, Schengen, Bangor, European Union EU, Border Guard, Teterboro, Best Practice


Bear at Polish zoo finds WWII mortar grenade

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Taking a toy from a bear can be dangerous, especially when the toy is a mortar grenade. Malgorzata Chodyla, spokeswoman for a zoo in Poznan, in western Poland, told The Associated Press Tuesday that a visiting Border Guard officer noticed that a female bear named Ewka was playing with something odd. […]
Tags: News, World, Poland, Associated Press, Warsaw, Oddities, Poland AP, Border Guard, Poznan


Border Guard report Chinese aggression in Vietnamese waters through 2015

A Chinese Coast Guard vessel that obstructed the rescue work of Vietnamese authorities on Vietnamese waters. Photo credit: Tuoi Tre The Da Nang Border Guard commander-in-chief has said Chinese spy vessels posing as fishing boats entered Vietnam's territorial waters on several occasions last year.
Tags: Vietnam, Chinese Coast Guard, Border Guard, Da Nang Border Guard