Between President Trump's unsecure iPhone, Ivanka's emails, millions spent on barbed wire at the border, skipping Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day, criticism of the Admiral that killed bin Laden, raking leaves to prevent forest fires and putting Saud Arabia first, is America Great Again yet?
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman led a wreath laying and moment of silence for the victims of 9/11 Tuesday morning in front of the county administration building in Bel Air, on the 17th anniversary of the terror attacks.
Giant high-tech blimps deployed east of Baltimore were developed to provide an early warning if the nation were ever attacked with cruise missiles, drones or other low-flying weapons. But after 17 years of research and $2.7 billion spent by the Pentagon, the system known as JLENS doesn't work as envisioned.
The emergence of drones — or unmanned aerial systems as they are sometimes known — has mirrored the development of other military technologies: One nation deploys a new weapon, but its advantage is quickly scrubbed away as its enemies race to catch up.