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President Barack Obama is seeking to abolish two highly successful missile programs that experts say has helped the U.S. Navy maintain military superiority for the past several decades.
The Tomahawk missile program—known as “the world’s most advanced cruise missile”—is set to be cut by $128 million under Obama’s fiscal year 2015 budget proposal and completely eliminated by fiscal year 2016, according to budget documents released by the Navy.
In addition to the monetary cuts to the program, the number of actual Tomahawk missiles acquired by the United States would drop significantly—from 196 last year to just 100 in 2015. The number will then drop to zero in 2016.
The Navy will also be forced to cancel its acquisition of the well-regarded and highly effective Hellfire missiles in 2015, according to Obama’s proposal.
The proposed elimination of these missile programs came as a shock to lawmakers and military experts, who warned ending cutting these missiles would significantly erode America’s ability to deter enemy forces.
“The administration’s proposed budget dramatically under-resources our investments in munitions and leaves the Defense Department with dangerous gaps in key areas, like Tomahawk and Hellfire missiles,” said Rep. Randy Forbes (R., Va.), a member of House Armed Services Committee.


Gen. John Kelly's mission to defend Marines: 'I'll never stop'

May. 25, 2014 - 06:00AM     
Gen. John Kelly has challenged the notion that troops and their families are 'war weary' after 13 years of continuous conflict. 'Men and women like us,' he says, 'never-ever grow weary of serving our nation.'
Gen. John Kelly has challenged the notion that troops and their families are 'war weary' after 13 years of continuous conflict. 'Men and women like us,' he says, 'never-ever grow weary of serving our nation.' (U.S. Army Garrison-Miami Public Affairs)
One of the military’s most respected leaders has taken aim at an amorphous “chattering class” within the Pentagon and beyond who’ve questioned the mettle of today’s Marines.
Using impassioned oration and drawing on raw personal experience, Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly is leveraging his clout as a Gold Star dad and the head of U.S. Southern Command to strike back at those who would suggest Iraq and Afghanistan veterans somehow don’t meet the measure of previous generations. To the contrary, Kelly argues, today’s troops “will do anything we ask if well led and they are confident we have their backs.”
It’s become a mission, the general told Marine Corps Times, one fueled by the loss of his Marine son more than three years ago in Afghanistan; the obligation he feels to comfort and reassure others who’ve also lost friends or loved ones; and a firm desire to mute the criticism he’s heard directed at so-called millenials, a loose title assigned to those born during the 1980s and ’90s. Such disparagement is not only unwarranted, Kelly said, it’s utterly baseless.
“I can’t count the number of times that I saw them in firefights, in Fallujah and Ramadi and other places, and I would just stand there in wonderment, thinking to myself: ‘There’s absolutely no reason on this earth why any human being would do what they’re doing,’ ” Kelly said. “Every human being naturally would want to protect themselves, crawl in a hole, get down. And they don’t.
“That’s how Iwo Jima was taken. Guadalcanal. The Chosin Reservoir. If the Marines today are doing exactly the same thing their dads did in Vietnam, and their granddads did in Korea and World War II, then how in the hell can we say that they’re not as good?”
Kelly is a career infantry Marine who left the Corps as an enlisted sergeant in 1972 before attending college and earning his commission. He’s as salty as they come — a holdover, no doubt, from his bare-knuckled upbringing in Boston — and unafraid of speaking out, especially when it means sticking up for the rank and file.
A case in point: Last year, the four-star showed up at a legal hearing for a Marine captain the Corps sought to discipline over an immature video made by several enlisted men in his unit. While testifying as a character witness, Kelly said the young captain’s treatment was heavy-handed — and that he was owed an apology.
As a one- and two-star general, Kelly spent about three years leading combat troops in Iraq’s Anbar province, where some of the war’s most explosive fighting raged. In 2011, as the senior military adviser to then-Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Kelly spent time in Afghanistan, including one noteworthy stop at Forward Operating Base Jackson in volatile Sangin district, where only four months earlier his son, 1st Lt. Robert Kelly, was killed by an enemy IED.
At Jackson, Gates ate lunch with a small group of noncommissioned officers, some of them from Robert Kelly’s platoon with 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines. The secretary asked the men whether he could do anything for them, Kelly recalled.
No response.
“He again asked, emphasizing the fact that as the Secretary of Defense he could do just about anything for them,” Kelly said. “Again a long silence, and then a scruffy Marine, with a recent buzz cut, who smelled like a goat as he was living in a FOB ... on the edge of the empire, stood up. He nervously shifted his weight and then, looking directly at the boss, said ‘don’t let them forget what we did here, sir.’ Another stood up and said ‘and don’t let them ever forget the ones we are leaving behind.’ ”
It’s these profound experiences, coupled with his childhood memories of neighborhood men reliving past wars, that shaped Kelly’s thinking about the character of today’s Marines. His most recent speeches, delivered in May in New York City and Boston, refute the notion that Marines are “war weary” after 13 years of continuous conflict. “Men and women like us,” Kelly boomed, “never, ever grow weary of serving our nation.”
As he has in previous speeches, Kelly evoked the story of two Navy Cross recipients, Lance Cpl. Jordan Haerter and Cpl. Jonathan Yale. Their tale of selflessness is well known throughout the Corps. On April 22, 2008, when a truck loaded with explosives barreled toward their post in Ramadi, they opened fire, causing the truck to blow up before it could enter a compound housing U.S. and Iraqi troops. Haerter and Yale were killed. Everyone inside was saved.
“You can’t convince a person to do that unless they’re very, very special,” Kelly said. “Those two heroes knew they were going to die — there’s no doubt in my mind — and they stood there blasting away until they went to God. So anyone who tells me that Marines today aren’t as good is full of sh--.”
His speech in New York addresses such extraordinary sacrifice. The willingness to risk all for a cause greater than oneself is almost lost upon American society, Kelly said.
He speaks with a father’s affection of America’s “1 percent” who espouse the same traits and beliefs as those who came before them. And in the same breath, Kelly lays waste to the notion that the troops and their families should be viewed as victims, and hammers the uninitiated “who think themselves so superior as to speak for us.”
“To all those who for their own reasons dare to so patronizingly speak for us,” he said in New York, “calling us victims and weary, but have never walked in our shoes, or stood by a flag-draped casket holding someone so precious, you can all go straight to — we’ll speak for ourselves.”
Generals are expected to speak truth to power. It’s rare, however, for one to air his frustrations. Pressed to more clearly define those in the “chattering class” whom his speeches assail, Kelly edits his response diplomatically.
The Defense Department faces endless challenges, he said. Leaders are under “extreme pressure” to mitigate any negative publicity that can emanate from acts of misbehavior in the ranks, and they deserve great credit for weathering the storm. “In particular,” he added, “the service chiefs, who I think as a group are heroic in their efforts to lead their services during this very, very difficult time.”
Kelly was to deliver another speech May 26, Memorial Day, in Miami.
“They need to hear this,” he said. “I’ll never stop.”



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12 Miss Universe Malaysia 2016 

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 1. Alicia Tan


 Name :Alicia Tan
Age : 25
State : Perak

Alicia is a graduate in Accounting, Finance & Management. She comes from a large family with four older siblings. Passionate about acting, modelling and travelling, she also loves music and can play the piano. Currently, she makes videos on YouTube and she dreams of becoming a TV actress someday.







 2 . Ariessa Lam




 Name :Ariessa Lam
Age :26
State : Perak

Ariessa is a make-up artist by day and DJ by night. She has had some pageant experiences and enjoys the behind-the-scenes pageant coordination. Describing herself as adventurous, talkative and funny, Ariessa is also a gym enthusiast and hopes to run her own beauty center.








3. Cindy Ng Sin Yi 


 Name : Cindy Ng Sin Yi
 Age : 26
State : Kuala Lumpur

Born and raised in Singapore, Cindy moved back to Malaysia during her childhood. Holding a degree in hospitality management, she is very active in voluntary work. In her free time, she enjoys Jiu-jitsu, marathons, hiking, swimming, yoga, equestrian and golf. Her dream is to become a social entrepreneur to enhance the welfare of the less fortunate in the country.











4. Dhivya Dhyan


Name : Dhivya Dhyana
Age : 25
State : Kuala Lumpur

Born in New Zealand and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Dhivya dreamt of becoming Miss Universe Malaysia since the age of five. She is trained in Classical Indian Dance (Bharatnatyam), Bollywood, hip hop & fusion, Indian vocals (Sangeetham) and playing the piano. A dedicated volunteer and experienced pageant contestant, she is currently in the fourth year of her medical degree.










5. Hazelin Ng


 Name : Hazelin Ng
Age : 22
State : Sarawak

Marketing graduate Hazelin is 176cm tall and hails from Kuching. She runs her own online boutique, and is a dog lover who enjoys charity work. She hopes to own a successful multi-million business someday to fulfil her dream of becoming a social entrepreneur.











6. Jennifer Ling


 Name : Jennifer Ling
Age : 23
State : Kuala Lumpur

Jennifer works in business development for an ID construction company. She has done catwalk training under Amber Chia, dabbled in some modelling, and participated in a beauty pageant. She likes travelling, cooking, and is a gym enthusiast.






 7. Kiran Jassal




 Name : Kiran Jassal
Age : 20
State : Selangor

174cm-tall Kiran grew up in Subang Jaya and is the youngest in a family of four. She was trained in classical harmonium for nine years from the age of seven. Kiran became active in public speaking competitions to overcome her stage fright. A straight ‘A’s student throughout her schooling years, she dreams of running her own orthodontic practice.










8. Lina Soong


 Name : Lina Soong
Age : 25
State : Negeri Sembilan

A graduate in Management and Multimedia, Lina currently works in Marketing. She can play the gu zheng and tennis. She enjoys performing original and cover songs on YouTube and dreams of becoming a TV host. She would like to become an inspiration to all women to show them that Miss Universe is more than just a pretty face.









 9. Nisha Sema 


 Name : Nisha Sema
Age : 22
State : Penang

Born of Indian-Japanese descent, Nisha lived in Penang for four years before moving to the Gunma prefecture in Japan for 14 years. A degree-holder in Mass Communications and Public Relations, Nisha can play musical instruments like the trumpet, cornet and timpani. Her dream job is to become a zoo keeper.












10. Shiat Teen


 Name : Shiat Teen
Age : 25
State : Selangor

Born and raised in Petaling Jaya, Shiat Teen holds a degree in Marketing & International Trade, and is currently a flight attendant. An avid sportsperson in school, she loves animals, Disney cartoons and fashion. She also makes and collects miniature houses.












11. Swarna Naidu



Name : Swarna Naidu
Age : 18
State : Penang

Born in Mumbai, Swarna moved between India and Penang in her childhood and recently completed her diploma in hotel management. She is trained in Classical Indian Dance (Bharatnatyam), ballet, hip hop, jazz, classical Indian vocals (Sangeetham), violin and pop vocals. She is also active in sports, and her dream is to become an accomplished actress or recording artiste.










12. Yen Nee 



 Name : Yen Nee
Age : 25
State : Penang

Born and raised in Bukit Mertajam, Yen Nee is trained as a physiotherapist. Describing herself as a go-getter and a determined individual, she is also loud and bubbly. She enjoys playing the piano and has a special talent of playing music by ear. Her dream is to open her own cafe to work as a barista and create latte art.








 





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