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Prompt Global Strike         
  • The Orbital Test Vehicles ([[OTV-1]] and OTV-2) are on the left, and the X-34 is on the right. Mission: "demonstrate a reliable, reusable, unmanned space test platform for the United States Air Force." Possible applications: to serve as part of a reconnaissance program, a space bomber, or even a military satellite delivery system.
US GOVERNMENT PROJECT TO REPLACE CURRENT NUCLEAR ICBMS
Prompt global strike; Advanced Hypersonic Weapon; Conventional Prompt Global Strike; Prompt Global Strike
Prompt Global Strike (PGS) is a United States military effort to develop a system that can deliver a precision-guided conventional weapon airstrike anywhere in the world within one hour, in a similar manner to a nuclear ICBM. Such a weapon would allow the United States to respond far more swiftly to rapidly emerging threats than is possible with conventional forces.
Prompt engineering         
CREATION OR OPTIMIZATION OF A PROMPT TO BE GIVEN TO AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE MODEL
Prompt injection; Prompt engineer; Draft:Prompt Injection; Prompt injection attack; Chain-of-thought prompting; Chain of thought prompting; CoT prompting; Chain-of-thought reasoning; Chain of thought reasoning; Ignore all previous instructions; AI jailbreaking
Prompt engineering is a concept in artificial intelligence, particularly natural language processing (NLP).
Strike action         
  • Agitated workers face the factory owner in ''The Strike''. Painted by [[Robert Koehler]] in 1886.
  • 1934 strike]].
  • Strike breakers, ''[[Chicago Tribune]]'' strike, 1986, [[Chicago]], Illinois
  • [[2005 New York City transit strike]]
  • Display of demands during a strike in 2016 at [[Verisure]], a French security company
  • To bring public attention, a giant inflatable rat (named 'Scabby') is used in the U.S. at the site of a labor dispute. The rat represents strike-breaking replacement workers, otherwise known as 'scabs'.
  • Strike in [[Pas-de-Calais]] (1906)
  • Female tailors on strike, New York City, February 1910
  • Metal workers doing motorized strike in [[Hyvinkää]], Finland in March 1971
  • Strikebreaking driver and cart being stoned during sanitation worker strike. [[New York City]], 1911.
  • Victims of a clash between striking workers and the army in [[Prostějov]], Austria-Hungary, April 1917
  • ''The charge'' by [[Ramon Casas]] (1899)
  • ''Strike'', painting by [[Stanisław Lentz]]
  • Lenin Shipyard workers, Poland, on strike in August 1980, with the name of the state-controlled trade union crossed out in protest
  • A strike leader addressing strikers in [[Gary, Indiana]] in 1919
  • A [[general strike]] on 5 November 1905 in [[Tampere]], [[Finland]]
  • Strike action (1879), painting by [[Theodor Kittelsen]]
  • A rally of the trade union [[UNISON]] in [[Oxford]] during a strike on 28 March 2006
  • Ministry of Education]] building on 7 March 2012
WORK STOPPAGE CAUSED BY THE MASS REFUSAL OF EMPLOYEES TO WORK
Labor strike; Industrial Action; Work stoppage; Union flying squad; Labour strike; Wild cat (labour movement); Strike (labor); Strike breaking; Sickout; Union strike; Industrial dispute; Strike (action); Work strike; Recognition strike; Recognitional picketing; Right of strike; Right to strike; Striking workers; Striking worker; Workers strike; On strike; Go on strike; Strike actions; Strike (industrial action); Trade union strike; Workers' strike; Back to work legislation; Sick-out; Sick out; Red flu; Going on strike; Worker strike; Employee strike; Labour action; Labor action; Organization strike
Strike action, also called labor strike, labour strike, or simply strike, is a work stoppage, caused by the mass refusal of employees to work. A strike usually takes place in response to employee grievances.
Examples of use of Prompt Global Strike
1. When it came to space vulnerabilities, Chilton and Vickers both pushed for "prompt global strike" capability.
2. By 2008, the Pentagon plans to begin mixing nuclear and non–nuclear missiles on Trident submarines and deploying them to provide "prompt" global strike capabilities.
3. Terry Everett (R–Ala.) what could be done if the Chinese continued to "dazzle" U.S. satellites with lasers, Vickers referred to that same type of prompt global strike concept.
4. The $45' billion bill, which awaits President Bush‘s signature, provides $100 million for a new "prompt global strike" program that could deliver a conventional, precision–guided warhead anywhere in the world within two hours.
5. The Bush administration has favored a more limited treaty in part because that would allow the Pentagon to pursue its goal of developing long–range missiles carrying conventional or nonnuclear warheads that could quickly hit targets around the world, a capability described as "prompt global strike." Ryabkov acknowledged the U.S. desire for such arms to combat terrorism and "rogue states" but said they should be counted in any new treaty because countries cannot know whether missiles are carrying conventional or nuclear warheads when launched.