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Fox News’ Bill Hemmer heads north — way north — for look at U.S. military preparedness

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Fox News' Bill Hemmer heads north — way north — for look at U.S. military preparedness
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NEW YORK (AP) — Fox Information anchor Invoice Hemmer wanted a sequence noticed to finish one in every of his newest assignments.

Hemmer traveled north for “Battle for the Arctic,” a documentary on the Fox Nation streaming service in regards to the U.S. Navy’s preparedness within the area, the place he took a short experience on a nuclear submarine. The sub surfaced on a large ice floe northeast of Alaska the place the Navy had a camp. It took greater than an hour for a sequence noticed to chop by the ice and allow Hemmer to stroll down the hatch for his go to.

“It’s not fairly impenetrable,” Hemmer stated. “However it’s shut.”

Hemmer famous that eight nations have land throughout the Arctic Circle, seven of them members of NATO. The exception is Russia, and the U.S. army is watching carefully — the aim of his journey.

His particular, at present streaming, doubles as a travelogue into an countless expanse of white.

“Every thing you see is one thing that you’ve by no means seen earlier than in your life as a result of so few individuals have been right here,” he stated. “It’s a exceptional website.”

Conscious of loyal Fox followers, Hemmer skirts one challenge — local weather change. “Why Arctic ice is receding, how briskly and what it means,” he stated. “All of this stuff are factors of debate.”

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