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I think time has proven ENOUGH horrific US Air Force and armed forces nuclear 'mistakes' in
the past year to send US citizens a bone chilling message that NO, the commanders of the US
military and its nuclear strategic forces are NOT SANE! NONE of the major US CITIES ARE
SAFE when US is at the brink of total economic collapse facing an imminent World War 3 – So
ask yourselves this question, WHAT PLANS DO THEY HAVE WITH THE MASSIVE US
NUCLEAR STOCKPILE AND IS IT NOW FALLING INTO THE WRONG HANDS!!




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Officials: Nuke missile silo fire went undetected
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Associated Press
Oct 30, 2008
http://www. msnbc. msn. com/id/27463690/
The Air Force didn't find out about blaze until five days after it burned
..:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />DENVER - A
fire caused $1 million worth of damage at an unmanned underground nuclear launch site last
spring, but the Air Force didn't find out about it until five days later, an Air Force official said
Thursday
The May 23 fire burned itself out after an hour or two, and multiple safety systems prevented any
threat of an accidental launch of the Minuteman III missile, Maj. Laurie Arellano said. She said
she was not allowed to say whether the missile was armed with a nuclear warhead at the time of
the fire
Arellano said the Air Force didn't know a fire had occurred until May 28, when a repair crew
went to the launch site — about 40 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyo., and 100 miles northeast of
Denver — because a trouble signal indicated a wiring problem
She said the flames never entered the launch tube where the missile stood and there was no
danger of a radiation release
Read The Rest HERE



Officials: Nuke missile
silo fire went undetected
The Air Force didn't find out about blaze until five days after it burned


updated 10/30/2008 8:15:43 PM ET



DENVER — A fire caused $1 million worth of damage at an unmanned underground
nuclear launch site last spring, but the Air Force didn't find out about it until five days
later, an Air Force official said Thursday.

The May 23 fire burned itself out after an hour or two, and multiple safety systems
prevented any threat of an accidental launch of the Minuteman III missile, Maj. Laurie
Arellano said. She said she was not allowed to say whether the missile was armed with
a nuclear warhead at the time of the fire.
Arellano said the Air Force didn't know a fire had occurred until May 28, when a repair
crew went to the launch site — about 40 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyo., and 100 miles
northeast of Denver — because a trouble signal indicated a wiring problem.

She said the flames never entered the launch tube where the missile stood and there
was no danger of a radiation release.

Faulty battery charger behind fire
The fire, blamed on a faulty battery charger, burned a box of shotgun shells, a shotgun
and a shotgun case that were kept in the room, Arellano said. A shotgun is a standard
security weapon at missile silos.

Arellano said the battery chargers at all U.S. missile launch site have been replaced.

She said the incident wasn't reported sooner because of the complexity of the
investigation.

The damage from the fire was estimated at $1 million, including the cost of replacing
damaged equipment and cleanup.

An Air Force report of the incident released Thursday found flaws in the technical orders
for assembling battery charger parts, inspection procedures and modifications of the
launch complex ventilation system. It was also critical of the presence of flammable
materials.

Mayor confident in missile safety
Cheyenne Mayor Jack Spiker, who said he learned of the incident when contacted by a
reporter Thursday, said the fire doesn't undermine his confidence in the safety of the
missile operations.

"It's rare that they have an accident, and the accidents have never really, that I know of,
amounted to much because of the safety devices that are built into the system," he said.

The revelation was the latest in a string of embarrassing missteps involving the nation's
nuclear arsenal. In 2006, four electrical fuses for ballistic missile warheads were
mistakenly shipped to Taiwan, and in 2007, a B-52 bomber was mistakenly armed with
six nuclear-tipped missiles when it flew between Air Force bases in North Dakota and
Louisiana.

The Air Force announced last week it was setting up a new Global Strike Command to
better manage its nuclear-capable bombers and missiles.



Oct 16, 2008 - At Nellis Air Force Base, military officials had some explaining to do Wednesday
afternoon, a dummy bomb fell from one of their jets and hit a truck below in Las Vegas Nevada
'Dummy Bomb' falls from jet in Nevada - Nellis AFB
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iT1D3sqht2g
from kvbc: At Nellis Air Force Base, military officials had some explaining to do
Wednesday afternoon. News 3s Anita Roman reports that a dummy bomb fell from one
of their jets and hit a truck below.
media monarchy dot com


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Nuke and Bomber Forces Will Reorganize
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http://www. military. com/news/article/nuke-and-bomber-forces-may-reorganize. html
October 17, 2008
DoD Buzz|by Colin Clark
Defense Secretary Robert Gates and senior Air Force leaders are expected to announce early next
week that all the service's nuclear missile and bomber forces will be centralized in a single
numbered air force major command led by a still-to-be named three star general. The tentative
new name for the major command is Global Strike Command
This move is one of the biggest changes the service will undertake as it sketches in its nuclear
roadmap. As the Air Force readies to move missileers out of Space Command, where they
currently reside, it has not yet decided whether Space Command will retain authority to train and
equip missileers or whether the troops will be trained, equipped and commanded in the new
major command
The Air Force's nuclear roadmap is being developed after several serious lapses and subsequent
reports calling for change. A report by Navy Adm. Kirkland H. Donald, director of naval nuclear
propulsion, into the nuclear enterprise detailed a loss of oversight from senior Air Force leaders
and lowered performance related to the nuclear mission. Donald's review came after sensitive
nuclear parts were sent mistakenly to Taiwan. In a separate incident, a B-52 bomber had flown
across the country carrying at least five armed nuclear cruise missiles
Read The Rest HERE


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Robertson: Nuke strikes in US after the election
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Raw Story
Stephen C Webster
Published: Thursday October 2, 2008
Christian Broadcasting Network co-founder Pat Robertson, in a new update to his Web site,
states that, "we have between 75 and 120 days before the Middle East starts spinning out of
control"
The 700 Club host is convinced that Israel will attack Iran's nuclear energy facilities shortly after
the US presidential election, triggering a series of "dramatic events" that conclude only once
"God has rained fire on the islands of the sea and on the invading force coming against Israel"
In 2005, Robertson called on the US government to assassinate Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez,
dismissing the murder as, "a whole lot cheaper than starting a war." And, going back further,
Robertson has opined that American judges pose a greater threat than terrorists, and that
Hurricane Katrina was due to legalized abortion. Robertson also hypothesized that the attacks of
Sept. 11, 2001 were "deserved"
Read The Rest HERE



Robertson: Nuke strikes in US after the
election
Stephen C. Webster
Published: Thursday October 2, 2008
Christian Broadcasting Network co-founder Pat Robertson, in a new update to his Web
site, states that, "we have between 75 and 120 days before the Middle East starts spinning
out of control."

The 700 Club host is convinced that Israel will attack Iran's nuclear energy facilities shortly after
the US presidential election, triggering a series of "dramatic events" that conclude only once
"God has rained fire on the islands of the sea and on the invading force coming against Israel."

In 2005, Robertson called on the US government to assassinate Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez,
dismissing the murder as, "a whole lot cheaper than starting a war." And, going back further,
Robertson has opined that American judges pose a greater threat than terrorists, and that
Hurricane Katrina was due to legalized abortion. Robertson also hypothesized that the attacks of
Sept. 11, 2001 were "deserved."

As recently as February, Robertson disclosed that the 700 Club's producer uses cocaine. He then
mustered a muddled explanation of how Bolivian President Evo Morales supplies his producer's
personal stock.

"His off-the-wall predictions and bizarre statements tar all fundamental Christians with an
extreme brush," said Rob Boston with Americans United for Separation of Church and State, in a
published report. "I guess he believes he has a direct pipeline to God. Given the number of false
predictions he's given, I might question who's at the other end of that pipeline."

"The Western powers have left Israel no choice but to strike Iranian nuclear facilities now," said
Robertson in his latest polemic. "However, it seems to me, after consultation with Chris Mitchell
(our CBN News Jerusalem Bureau Chief), that Israel will not want to commence actions against
Iran until after the United States elections have taken place. In my opinion, Israel will be forced
to make a preemptive strike against the Iranian nuclear reactors by air or submarine-launched
cruise missiles during the brief period between the U.S. elections and the inauguration of a new
U.S. president."

Another Robertson favorite: Thanks to a "miracle" health shake sold on his Web site, 78-year-old
Robertson was able to leg press over 2,000 lbs. Or, so he claims.

Robertson's letter, from www.patrobertson.com, is as follows:

Dear Friend,

I am writing to you with a sense of grave urgency and a special call to prayer. Here is the situation:

Russia’s vicious dismemberment of the tiny nation of Georgia is the beginning of an unfolding sequence
of Russian aggression. At present, pipelines from Siberia that run through Russia supply the majority of
natural gas and oil used by Western Europe and Ukraine. A pipeline from the Caspian Sea has been
bringing one million barrels a day of non-Russian oil through Georgia to Turkey and the Mediterranean
Sea. Russia wants to control all of those vital pipelines.
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is only 578 miles from Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. Russia has helped
neighboring Iran build its two aggressive nuclear facilities. Georgia and Iraq are now sandwiched
between the dictatorships of Russia and Iran. The Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, seems to want to
dominate Caspian oil and Persian Gulf oil to add to Russia’s own enormous supplies of oil and gas. If he
succeeds, Russia will gain a stronghold over the economies of most of the world and can then act to
bring America to its knees.

Against that backdrop, consider what is happening in Iran. That nation is under the domination of a
fanatical group of Shiite Muslim clerics. The president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is a fervent
believer in the Mahdi, a mythical messiah figure who, according to his belief, will come to make the
entire world Muslim, but only after a period of worldwide chaos and destruction during which all the
Jews will be killed.

Iran, despite warnings from the United Nations, is on an accelerated course to build nuclear facilities
and an atomic bomb. The Iranians recently test fired an improved intermediate-range ballistic missile,
the Shahab-3, that is capable of carrying nuclear warheads to hit Israel, Iraq, and most of Europe.

Ahmadinejad has repeatedly expressed a desire to use nuclear weapons to annihilate the nation of
Israel. He has declared that the threat of nuclear retaliation from Israel against Iran does not concern
him because tens of millions of Iranian deaths will merely hasten the coming of the Mahdi.

In the 1930s, Adolf Hitler made clear his diabolic plan. Early on, the Allied Powers, France and Great
Britain could have stopped Hitler but they scoffed at his pretensions. In 1945, only after World War II
and 50 million tragic deaths, did the free world recognize the cost of its indifference to the clear
warnings from Hitler’s own speeches and published writings.

In 2008, the nation of Israel does not have the luxury of ignoring the ravings of a fanatic who soon will
possess nuclear bombs with a will to use them. The Western powers want to talk and negotiate with
Russia and Iran, but talk is futile. If Russia moves again to crush a neighbor or enter the Middle East, and
if Iran develops an atomic bomb, time for talk will be over.

The Western powers have left Israel no choice but to strike Iranian nuclear facilities now. However, it
seems to me, after consultation with Chris Mitchell (our CBN News Jerusalem Bureau Chief), that Israel
will not want to commence actions against Iran until after the United States elections have taken place.
In my opinion, Israel will be forced to make a preemptive strike against the Iranian nuclear reactors by
air or submarine-launched cruise missiles during the brief period between the U.S. elections and the
inauguration of a new U.S. president.

But here is the downside for Israel. In Lebanon, on Israel’s northern border, the radical group known as
Hezbollah has, along with Iranian help, completely rearmed and now possesses as many as 40,000
rockets targeting Israel. To the south of Israel, in Gaza, another Iranian client, Hamas, is armed to the
teeth and longing for an opportunity to strike Israel. Of course, any Israeli strike against the nuclear
facilities of Iran will trigger a counter blow from Iran and possibly Syria. But these are not the only
dangers.

Would Russia then consider hostilities (such as I have outlined) the excuse to enter the fight on
trumped-up reasons in order to further its ultimate aim of controlling Middle East oil?

As the potential conflict spreads, oil terminals would be engulfed in smoke and flames. The Strait of
Hormuz would be blocked, and with it 40 percent of the world’s oil. The industries of the world would
face severe energy shortages and the economies of both America and the European Union would face a
devastating depression.

What if the United States decided to oppose the Russian expansion? The Russians have enough long-
range nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles aimed at the United States to annihilate all of our cities. Would we
be willing to play a nuclear game of “chicken” with Russia to save Israel? Probably not. Would the United
States risk war with Russia over Middle East oil? Perhaps, but unlikely. If we act, it will be ugly. If we
don’t act, our economy could either be crippled or faced with continually escalating exactions
demanded by Russia for oil.

About 2600 years ago, God gave the Prophet Ezekiel a description of an invasion of Israel after the Jews
had been regathered to the Promised Land from all over the world in the “latter days.” Ezekiel wrote of
an invasion force led by Russia that would include Iran and “Cush,” which is Sudan. The other parties
described by Ezekiel that constituted the invading force could include some of the Muslim nations in the
former Soviet Caucasus region and possibly Turkey. According to Ezekiel 38:12, they would come
seeking “plunder and loot.” What greater plunder than the oil riches of the Persian Gulf?

Will this unfold all at once? It’s difficult to say. But what is clear is this: The Israeli strike against Iran will
be the trigger. From then on, dramatic events will follow in quick succession. It all will conclude when
God has rained fire on the islands of the sea and on the invading force coming against Israel.

Where will the United States be in all of this conflict? According to Ezekiel, the “young lions of Tarshish”
will be questioning the Russians about their aggression, questioning, but not acting to stop it. Who are
these “young lions of Tarshish?” Tarshish was the region beyond Cadiz in Spain. In antiquity, explorers
from Tarshish came to Ireland, then across the ocean to North America, traveling the Mississippi River as
far as the present-day site of Davenport, Iowa.

I believe the term “young lions of Tarshish” refers to England and the United States of America.
According to Ezekiel, when the Middle East trouble begins, the young lions of Tarshish will warn Russia
and Iran, but refuse to act. We will suffer grave economic damage, but will not engage in military action
to stop the conflict. However, we may not be spared nuclear strikes against coastal cities.
In conclusion, it is my opinion that we have between 75 and 120 days before the Middle East starts
spinning out of control. If there was ever a time for fervent prayer, it is now. Prayer can change the
course of history! The Bible says, “Seek righteousness, seek humility. that you may be hid in the day of
the Lord’s wrath.” “ the fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”

The believing prayers of tens of thousands of God’s people can change the hearts of the leaders of
Russia and Iran. God can cause situations to arise which will save Israel. He is Almighty. With God all
things are possible!

With that in mind, I urge you to fervently seek God’s intervention in the following areas:

Pray that God’s mighty angels would surround and protect our nation in these perilous times;
Pray for unity among the body of Christ as we intercede for our nation and our world;
Pray that America’s leadership will seek godly wisdom as they face critical events in the weeks and
months ahead;
Pray for the Holy Spirit to sweep across the globe, preparing hearts to accept Jesus and enter God’s
Kingdom before tragic events unfold;
Pray for God to change the hearts of leaders in Russia, Iran, and other nations who wish to do harm to
Israel.

Hopefully, our Lord will intervene and head off the disaster that seems to be approaching. Let us pray
together. With God all things are possible!
God bless you. I remain ...
Well, this is just one of the many senarios, now just looking for someone to blame once it takes
place so all these criminals in our government can get away unscathed when US plunges into
martial law chaos - now that is only a WILD guess, not like these mad dogs in our government
are not prepared for some serious engineered pandemic outbreak
(HEY DONT CALL ME THE TERRORIST FOR POSTING THIS STUFF!)
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MUST READ!!! Army News Service - Sep 29, 2008 - US Army conducting training in cities,
towns STARTING OCTOBER 1 -. The exercise scenario was a sobering one: a 10-kiloton
NUCLEAR DEVICE detonated in America's heartland, quickly overwhelming civilian
responders ( WHAT THE FUCK! READ THE REST!)



Exercise readies first units for NORTHCOM
assignment
September 29, 2008

By Patti Bielling
Soldiers at Great Lakes Naval Station, Ill., practice skills they will use when their units assume a consequence



FORT STEWART, Ga. (Army News Service, Sept. 29, 2008) - The exercise scenario was a sobering
one: a 10-kiloton nuclear device detonated in America's heartland, quickly overwhelming civilian
responders.


Military leaders who recently trained for this response say they are now thinking differently about how
to move equipment, extract the injured and take care of people following this type of attack.


Their insights came from "Vibrant Response," a week-long command post exercise designed to train
the commanders and staff of the nation's dedicated force for responding to chemical, biological,
radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosive incidents, or CBRNE incidents.


The units completed the exercise Sept. 18 at Fort Stewart, Ga., just two weeks before their force, the
CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force, or CCMRF, will be assigned to U.S. Northern
Command to begin its mission.


"Assigning them will allow Northern Command to directly influence the operational and training focus
of the forces and ensure a trained and ready response force when needed," said Col. Lou Vogler, chief
of future operations at U.S. Army North.


U.S. Army North conducted the exercise while its subordinate, Joint Task Force Civil Support, provided
command and control for the CCMRF.


Joint Task Force Civil Support -- based at Fort Monroe, Va. -- plans, trains, develops policy and
determines the way ahead for DOD CBRNE response, said the force's commander, Army Maj. Gen.
Daniel "Chip" Long.


Commanders and staff in the three task forces - Operations, Medical and Aviation - say that the
academics and command post exercise offered valuable new perspectives for the Soldiers, Sailors,
Airmen and Marines assuming this important mission.


< b>Task Force Operations</b>


Responding to a catastrophic chemical, nuclear or biological attack is challenging because there is no
notice and it requires a fast response, Long said.


Developing the capability to deploy rapidly was a priority for the infantry unit assigned to the force,
according to Army Maj. Marc Cloutier, planner for the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division.
The unit forms the core of Task Force Operations, one of the three functional task forces within
CCMRF.


It's the first infantry brigade to be assigned to NORTHCOM for a year in order to respond quickly to
civil-support missions.


Cloutier said that one apparent challenge for the brigade will be turning an infantryman into a truck
driver or a first responder. However, Cloutier said, the Soldiers and NCOs in the brigade are smart and
adaptable and can easily learn to drive a truck or use a chain saw given a little instruction.


"When I got to the unit in July, I looked at the mission and realized the biggest challenge was going to
be organizing to become rapidly deployable," he said. "I knew we would have to preposition containers
and equipment to deploy ourselves on very short notice."


The brigade also began working with the division and the garrison at Fort Stewart to ensure there
were mechanisms in place to support a short-notice deployment, Cloutier said.


Once the exercise started, the brigade planners looked at how to reorganize their habitual formations
from an infantry or armor battalion in order to accomplish the mission.


"Do we want to take our internal assets and develop functional task forces like engineering,
decontamination, heavy movement, and search and rescue, or do we want to develop multifaceted
task forces and assign them by region'" he asked.


Their conclusion' That configurations would likely change based on the type of catastrophe or the size
of the geographical area.


"We're developing something of a playbook from everything we do here," Cloutier said. "We'll capture
everything and keep it on the shelf so if we see a similar situation down the road, we're starting that
much further along."


< b>Technical Support </b>


Air Force Lt. Col. Kevin Martilla was especially impressed with the brigade's planning efforts, which
structured the forces and established processes to efficiently execute any mission that comes down.


As chief of the Air Force Radiation Assessment Team, Brooks City-Base, Texas, Martilla leads a unit
responsible for supporting health-protection efforts for the force, to help commanders understand and
manage radiation risks so they can complete their missions.


The team has existed since 1968 to respond to Broken Arrow incidents, or those involving military
nuclear weapons damaged during transport.


"We've always been involved in planning to respond to Broken Arrow incidents, so it made sense that
(the services) included us when developing CCMRF," Martilla said.


The team provides technical advice and the capability to measure radiation levels, collect and analyze
samples, and measure and track radiological exposure to the force.


Being assigned to Task Force Operations allowed the team to work closely with the brigade planners
and staff, Martilla said.


"Our team gained an understanding we wouldn't get if exercising with units on paper," he said. "This
exercise has been a great step forward toward accomplishing this mission in case it ever does
happen."
Also assigned to CCMRF within Task Force Operations is a Marine Corps technical support force called
the Chemical, Biological Incident Response Force based at Indian Head, Md.


The force, known as CBIRF, was created in the mid 1990s as a domestic response force following the
sarin attacks on the Tokyo subway.


The biggest misconception, said the unit's operations officer, is that the force is a nuclear, biological
and chemical unit.


"We are a life-saving organization," said Marine Corps Maj. Stan Bacon. "Although we can identify
hazards and decontaminate personnel, those actions are all geared toward allowing our force to
conduct search and extraction."


Every one of the 500 Marines and Sailors in the battalion is trained to perform search and extraction,
Bacon said. In addition, all members have received additional training to perform specialized technical
rescues, including confined space, advanced rope, trench, collapsed structure, and vehicle and heavy
machinery extraction.


The battalion is able to "grab and drag" people from within the hazardous area. However, the force
also developed procedures to stabilize casualties when moving them would cause more injury, Bacon
said.


"Very few military or civilian agencies plan to have medical personnel in the hot zone, in suits, treating
and extracting casualties," he said.


Bacon said the Marine Corps unit benefited from training with the forces that will provide its logistics,
decontamination, aviation and command and control during a disaster.


"We know we won't have to reach back to Indian Head for logistics support or work on mitigating the
hazard," Bacon said. "We'll be able to focus our entire effort on saving lives."


< b> 'The main effort'</b>


Civil support missions also are logistics intensive, as Army Lt. Col. Johnney Matthews found out.


Matthews, a support battalion commander, knows what it takes to move the fuel, food and water for a
brigade headquarters and four maneuver battalions for combat.
However, the support battalion soon found they had gone from being the "unsung heroes" of the
brigade to being the main effort, he said.


As the exercise scenario unfolded, Matthews learned the importance of quickly building a supply base
to keep their own forces sustained so he could focus on moving food and water to affected civilians.


The battalion designed "speed balls," bundles of daily rations that feed up to 1,500 people and can be
rapidly rolled on and off a military flatbed truck.


"This exercise has been a good experience for us," Matthews said. "We've been able to shake out our
staff and put some systems in place for future missions. And we've learned a lot about civil support -
we've been given a picture of some of the things we might face."


< b>Task Force Medical</b>


The consequence management response force is able to deploy with robust medical capability,
including patient treatment and evacuation, blood storage and distribution, environmental
assessment, epidemiology, and even stress management.


They were all coordinated by 1st Medical Brigade from Fort Hood, Texas.


As with a number of units attending the week of academics before the exercise, the 1st Medical
Brigade was on alert and planning for possible response to Hurricane Ike, which was barreling toward
the coast of Texas.


During every break, the medical brigade's executive officer was returning phone calls.


"We knew that if Ike hit hard enough to trigger a federal response, we had to be ready to respond,"
Army Maj. Tim Walsh said. "We have a lot of ongoing requirements, but we know we have to be
prepared to deal with the alligator that is in our room."


Walsh said the exercise gave them an opportunity to look at mission requirements and the brigade's
capabilities, then identify shortfalls and try to mitigate them.


Although they may not be able to mitigate all the shortfalls, just knowing what they are is beneficial
too, Walsh said.


"States and local responders go through the same process," he said. "Our goal is to fill their shortfalls
until they are able to handle the incident with just their capabilities, then we leave."


As combat operations continue in Iraq and Afghanistan, military medical capability remains in high
demand. Walsh said those deployments give the unit the credibility to do their mission within the
United States.


"We are proud and honored to do our mission anywhere, but to do it in the United States - that's extra
motivation," he said. "We treat everyone with dignity and respect, whether it's a captured suicide
attacker or one of our own Soldiers - we give them the same level of care we'd give our own parents."


< b>Task Force Aviation</b>


Speed is essential for this type of response, and rapidly moving people and equipment is nothing new
for the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, according to Col. Paul Bricker.


"We're not encumbered by roads or terrain, and we move vertically around obstacles that restrict
vehicular movement," Bricker said. "If a bridge is out, we can move people or large equipment
rapidly."


The commander of the Fort Bragg, N.C., based aviation brigade said each of the unit's CH-47 Chinook
heavy lift helicopters can move 30 people and large pieces of equipment - ideal for medical
evacuation, patient transfer, logistical resupply and personnel movement.


Each of the UH-60 Black Hawk utility helicopters can transport 11 people or 8,000 pounds of cargo -
perfect for transporting search teams, dogs, high-priority equipment and radiological survey teams,
Bricker said.


The exercise allowed the brigade's staff to both come together as a team and to work with a joint task
force headquarters.


"Working with the joint task force and the civilian sector exposes our folks to a whole different set of
coordination requirements," he said.


< b> 'What if'</b>


Long, the Joint Task Force Civil Support commander, agreed that having a dedicated response force
assigned to Northern Command can only improve DOD's ability to help save lives, prevent injury and
provide temporary critical life support.
"We've got to train like we've got to execute," he said. "There will be catastrophic deaths. Hospitals
will be affected, first responders will be affected, and you've got to integrate all the response
capabilities when citizens are trying to get away or trying to pull their lives together."


Since the joint task force was created in 1999, the nation has made tremendous progress on 'what if,'
Long said.


"There are all sorts of deterrence capabilities, and this (force) is one of them," he said. "This exercise
has been a great effort to prepare for a catastrophic CBRNE event. The nation needs to know we have
this capability."


(Patti Bielling writes for the U.S. Army North Public Affairs Office.)




The man who knew too much - Wayne Madsen interview June 26, 2008 - CIA agent Roland
Carnaby was trying to prevent a possible false flag attack around Houston with focus on terrorist
and Mossad activity (suitcase nuke) and ended up murdered by Houston police
Colonel Craig Roberts speaks of OCTOBER SURPRISE on Alex Jones Show 10-1-08
Olbermann: Next Terrorist Attack Might Be "October Surprise"

Murder of CIA Agent Roland Carnaby -- Wayne Madsen
Reports
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chgk2DQ_mSQ
Well, this is just one of the many senarios, now just looking for someone to blame once
it takes place so all these criminals in our government can get away unscathed when US
plunges into martial law chaos - now that is only a WILD guess, not like these mad dogs
in our government are not prepared for some serious engineered pandemic outbreak.

(HEY DONT CALL ME THE TERRORIST FOR POSTING THIS STUFF!)

The man who knew too much - Wayne Madsen interview June 26, 2008 - CIA agent
Roland Carnaby was trying to prevent a possible false flag attack around Houston with
focus on terrorist and Mossad activity (suitcase nuke) and ended up murdered by
Houston police.
U. S. terror attack seen apt to follow '08 vote - Extremists view transition as window of
opportunity, say intelligence experts - Washington Times Monday, May 26, 2008
Deagle with Eric Jon Phelps


U.S. terror attack seen apt to follow ‘08 vote

By The Washington Times


Monday, May 26, 2008

When the next president takes office in January, he or she will likely receive an intelligence brief warning that Islamic
terrorists will attempt to exploit the transition in power by planning an attack on America, intelligence experts say.

After all, that is what happened to Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush at a time when their national security
teams and their counterterrorism plans were in flux.

Islamic terrorists bombed the World Trade Center in February 1993, in Mr. Clinton’s second month as president. Al
Qaeda’s Sept. 11 attacks came in the Bush presidency’s first year. The strikes on the World Trade Center and the
Pentagon happened as the White House national security director was formulating a comprehensive plan for
combating Osama bin Laden’s terror network, which had declared war on the United States.

The pattern is clear to some national security experts. Terrorists pay particular attention to a government in transition
as the most opportune window to launch an attack.

“If I were asked by the newly elected president, I would strongly encourage him to be extremely vigilant during the
transition period and within the first six months of his administration against an attack by al Qaeda on American
interests at home or abroad,” said Bart Bechtel, a retired CIA operations officer and assistant chief academic officer
at Henley-Putnam University.

Mr. Bechtel said he thinks al Qaeda operatives will debate a future course based on who is elected.

Both Sens. Hillary Clinton and John McCain serve on the Senate Armed Services Committee. Mrs. Clinton and Mr.
McCain, a former Navy fighter pilot, have had extensive exposure to military security issues.

Both have attacked first-term Sen. Barack Obama’s ability to handle national security.

Mr. McCain, Arizona Republican, has focused on Mr. Obama’s stated willingness to meet with any world leader,
including Iran‘s, without preconditions. Mrs. Clinton, New York Democrat, ran TV ads implying Mr. Obama is not
qualified to manage an international crisis.

“I could see al Qaeda waiting to determine who was going to be the president and depending on which it is, taking an
initial measure,” Mr. Bechtel said. “For instance, Obama may be viewed as someone who will accomplish what al
Qaeda would like him to do, which is get out of the Middle East, and give him an opportunity to move in that direction.
Failing that, they may decide to test him with a substantial attack on America or some American interest and see how
he reacts.”

A U.S. intelligence official declined to comment on how the next president will be briefed.

Mr. Obama, Illinois Democrat, has vowed to remove all combat troops from Iraq within 16 months. He regularly has
referred to the war against terror as centered in Afghanistan, while the Bush administration takes a broader view and
sees Iraq as an opportunity to inflict a battlefield loss on al Qaeda. The White House has trumpeted the fact that the
county has suffered no homeland terror strikes since Sept. 11, 2001.
Retired Gen. Merrill McPeak, a former Air Force chief of staff and an Obama campaign co-chairman, told The
Washington Times that Mr. Obama’s rivals are underestimating his ability to meet a challenge. Gen. McPeak likened
him to Abraham Lincoln.

“I think people are only now beginning to realize that Barack is not your run-of-the-mill, ordinary Illinois politician,” he
said. “He’s more like another Illinois politician who everybody underestimated.”

Gen. McPeak added, “I feel bad about giving Barack advice because every time I do, I know that he’s thought about it
already. So I would draw him aside and say, ‘The minute you’re inaugurated, you will be tested.’ He’ll say, ‘Oh, you
mean like Kennedy was with the Bay of Pigs?’ He’ll show me some way that he’s thought about that some time ago.
The guy is absolutely scary smart. The real mistake al Qaeda can make is the one everybody else makes of
underestimating the man.”

Mr. Bechtel said bin Laden and other al Qaeda leaders are likely weighing their next step right now.

“They are in a wait-and-see situation right now,” he said. “They run the risk, if they attack before the election, of really
influencing the way the election goes, to their detriment. If there’s an attack, I really believe McCain is going to run
away with the election, and I don’t think they want that. I think they really would like Obama as their first choice and
Clinton as their second.”

Kenneth Katzman, a terrorism specialist at the Congressional Research Service, said “Al Qaeda has a pattern of
testing new American leaders.”

“Even now, al Qaeda is probably trying to plan something for after the U.S. inauguration,” he said. “I think to a certain
extent, al Qaeda tested President Clinton’s administration several times. The response was ineffective. I think al
Qaeda concluded it could attempt something as ambitious as 9/11, but concluded the time was better after a new
president, who would not have time to review his strategy on al Qaeda. The time settled on was the summer or early
fall, after a new president was inaugurated. They chose September because they wanted all the officials to be back at
their desks from summer vacations.”

A Congressional Research Service report last month noted that January will mark the first change in administrations
since the 2001 al Qaeda attacks.

“Whether an incident of national security significance occurs just before or soon after the presidential transition, the
actions or inactions of the outgoing administration may have a long-lasting effect on the new president’s ability to
effectively safeguard U.S. interests and may affect the legacy of the outgoing president,” the report states.

The report urges the Bush administration to deliver extensive threat briefings to the president-elect’s national security
team.

Congress foresaw such a need when it wrote the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. The law
allows for presidential candidates to obtain pre-election security clearances for its chosen transition officials so they
can immediately be briefed on security threats by the outgoing administration.

On al Qaeda’s ability to attack America again, Mr. Bechtel said, “I think they are still somewhat fractured. If you want
to look at it as a piece of window glass, it’s broken, but there are lots of sharp pieces out there. I think within the tribal
areas of Pakistan, they feel pretty darn comfortable.”




Read more: U.S. terror attack seen apt to follow '08 vote - Washington Times
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/may/26/us-terror-attack-seen-apt-to-follow-08-vote/

Read more: U.S. terror attack seen apt to follow '08 vote - Washington Times
Dr Bill Deagle Interviews Eric Jon Phelps 7/5/2007 3 of 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9CFSlGZN2g




ZIONIST JOE LIEBERMAN WARNED OF ATTACK NEAR ELECTION - Jul 1, 2008 -
Terrorists might attack the U.S. in 2009, Sen Joe Lieberman warned, echoing a statement by
McCain advisor Charlie Black, who said such an event would benefit the Republican candidate
before the November presidential election, In an appearance on MSNBC, USA Today reporter
Susan Page and Reuters reporter Jon Decker discuss the possibility of such a so-called "October
surprise" and how it could influence voters


Olbermann: Next Terrorist Attack Might Be "October
Surprise"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJ01IUkNcK0


Keith Olbermann says a potential terror attack between now and the November 2008
election might be the Republican Party's "October Surprise." (If you don't know what
the term "October surprise" means, it refers to a dirty trick used by a political campaign
at the last minute to swing an election in their favor.)

This is the most direct implication I've seen from the mainstream media that the next
terror attack might be an inside job "false flag" event used by the Republicans to retain
power and swing the election toward John McCain.

Charlie Black 9/11 911 9-11 truth conspiracy wtc world trade center terrorism george
bush dick cheney GOP saddam hussein osama bin laden



AirForce Explains Nuclear Mistake - Free videos are just a click away
The bomber wing at the Minot base has been under scrutiny for the past year, after nuclear
missiles were mistakenly flown to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana (USAF)
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Air Force Searches For Lost Launch Devices
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Three Crew Members Removed Over Allegations Of Sex Abuse And Equipment Tampering
CBS News
BISMARCK, ND, Aug 28, 2008
(AP) The Air Force says at least three ballistic missile crew members at bases in North Dakota
and Montana have been taken off the job while the military investigates allegations ranging from
sexual abuse to missing classified components used in underground launch control centers
The Air Force announced Thursday that an officer who earlier worked at Minot Air Force Base's
91st Space Wing notified the military in May that he and another officer had lied about
destroying classified launch components in July 2005
"They were supposed to destroy them and they signed documents saying they destroyed them,"
said Maj. Laurie A. Arellano, an Air Force spokeswoman. Instead, she said, "they took them
home"
Read The Rest HERE

February 11, 2009 2:24 PM



Air Force Searches For Lost Launch Devices
The Air Force says at least three ballistic missile crew members at bases in North Dakota and Montana
have been taken off the job while the military investigates allegations ranging from sexual abuse to
missing classified components used in underground launch control centers.

The Air Force announced Thursday that an officer who earlier worked at Minot Air Force Base's 91st
Space Wing notified the military in May that he and another officer had lied about destroying classified
launch components in July 2005.

"They were supposed to destroy them and they signed documents saying they destroyed them," said
Maj. Laurie A. Arellano, an Air Force spokeswoman. Instead, she said, "they took them home."

In May, one of the officers notified the Air Force of the incident and "turned his launch components over
to the government."

Arellano said the devices are about the size of a Band-Aid, and are used on equipment inside the launch
control center to detect equipment tampering. One of the devices remains missing.

"We only know of the whereabouts of one for sure," Arellano said. There is no security threat, she said.

"The material that was supposed to be destroyed was already superseded and had been replaced," she
said. "There is no risk to the security of the weapon system, and no possibility of an inadvertent launch
as a result of this being taken from the weapon facility."

The officers, who have not been identified, no longer are stationed at the Minot Air Force base. "They
are not, obviously, working missile alert duties until the investigation is complete," Arellano said.

The Air Force also said it is investigating alleged "aggravated sexual contact" by a woman officer at a
launch facility at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. The officer told Air Force investigators in March
that she had been sexually assaulted by a male officer in December while the two were on duty in a
launch control facility.

"The male has been temporarily reassigned while it's being investigated," Arellano said.

She did not know the duty status of the female officer.

The Air Force also announced Thursday that three ballistic missile crew members from the Minot Air
Force Base who fell asleep while holding classified launch code devices have been sanctioned and
"decertified from missile operations."

The crew members, two lieutenants and a captain from the 91st Missile Wing, were in a missile alert
facility about 70 miles from Minot when they fell asleep in a crew rest area on July 12, the Air Force said.

Arellano said the officers received written reprimands and they will forfeit a portion of their pay for two
months under Article 15 reviews, which allow punishments without a court proceeding or public record.

Six other officers, including two squadron commanders, also received disciplinary letters in their military
files, Arellano said.
The bomber wing at the Minot base has been under scrutiny for the past year, after nuclear missiles
were mistakenly flown to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana. About 65 of the 3,700 airmen at the
bomber wing were sanctioned as a result of that incident. The Air Force said an inspection at the bomb
wing earlier this month found that it is operating safely.

The Minot base, home to about 4,530 active duty military personnel, is the command center for 150
Minuteman III missiles, sunk in hardened silos, and is one of two B-52 bomber bases in the country.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/08/28/national/main4392286.shtml




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KFYR TV
Another Air Force Misstep
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The Air Force is once again taking a close look at the Minot Air Force Base after more
allegations of mishandling classified materials
The Air Force says three ballistic missile crew members from bases in North Dakota and
Montana have been taken off the job while the military investigates allegations ranging from
sexual abuse to missing classified components
Air Force Space Command spokesperson Major Laurie Arellano says an officer who had earlier
worked at a launch control center at Minot Air Force Base..s 91st Missile Wing told investigators
he and another officer had lied about destroying classified launch components in July 2005.
Arellano says the devices are about the size of a Band-Aid, and are used on equipment inside the
launch control center to detect equipment tampering. She says one of the devices remains
missing.While there is no security risk, the officers had been ordered to destroy the material
Read The Rest HERE
Global Research - Top 3 False Flag 'Terror' Event Prospect US Cities - Houston, Chicago,
Portland
Eddie NWO Censored
CNN - North Dakota Minot missile launch crew fell asleep July 24, 2008
Earlier Jan 2008 CBS report of nuclear launch crew falling asleep
Missile Launch Crew falls asleep !!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSXhbA9sLAA
Three ballistic missile crew members in North Dakota fell asleep while holding classified
launch code devices, I had to say something about this …


**********************************************************************Air Force
Missile Launch Crew Fell Asleep Holding Classified Code Devices
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Huffington Post
July 24, 2008
WASHINGTON — Three ballistic missile crew members in North Dakota fell asleep while
holding classified launch code devices this month, triggering an investigation by military and
National Security Agency experts, the Air Force said Thursday
The probe found that the missile launch codes were outdated and remained secure at all times.
But the July 12 incident comes on the heels of a series of missteps by the Air Force that had
already put the service under intense scrutiny
"This was just a procedural violation that we investigated," said Air Force Col. Dewey Ford, a
spokesman at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colo. "We determined that there
was no compromise"
The lapse, which involved a crew based at Minot Air Force Base, was serious enough, however,
to prompt an investigation by the 91st Missile Wing, in conjunction with codes experts at the
20th Air Force, U.S. Strategic Command and the National Security Agency
Read The Rest HERE




Air Force Missile Launch Crew Fell
Asleep Holding Classified Code Devices
LOLITA C. BALDOR and JAMES MacPHERSON | July 24, 2008 11:44 PM EST |

WASHINGTON — Three ballistic missile crew members in North Dakota fell asleep while
holding classified launch code devices this month, triggering an investigation by military and
National Security Agency experts, the Air Force said Thursday.

The probe found that the missile launch codes were outdated and remained secure at all times.
But the July 12 incident comes on the heels of a series of missteps by the Air Force that had
already put the service under intense scrutiny.

"This was just a procedural violation that we investigated," said Air Force Col. Dewey Ford, a
spokesman at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colo. "We determined that there
was no compromise."

The lapse, which involved a crew based at Minot Air Force Base, was serious enough, however,
to prompt an investigation by the 91st Missile Wing, in conjunction with codes experts at the
20th Air Force, U.S. Strategic Command and the National Security Agency.

And it delivers another blow to the beleaguered Air Force.

Last month, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced a sweeping shake-up of the Air Force
leadership, blaming them for failing to fully address a series of nuclear-related mishaps.

At the time, Gates said his decisions to sack the Air Force secretary and chief of staff were based
mainly on the blistering conclusions of an internal report on the mistaken shipment to Taiwan of
four Air Force fusing devices for ballistic missile nuclear warheads.
He also linked the underlying causes of that slip-up to the August incident in which a B-52
bomber was mistakenly armed with six nuclear warheads and flown from Minot Air Force Base
to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana.

No one has been punished yet in the latest Minot incident involving sleeping crew members. A
continuing review by Minot commanders will determine what, if any, actions will be taken
against them.

Ford and other Air Force officials said the Minot-based crew had code devices that were no
longer usable, since new codes had been installed in the missiles.

The three crew members, who are in the 91st Missile Wing, were in the missile alert facility
about 70 miles from Minot. That facility includes crew rest areas and sits above the underground
control center where the actual keys can be turned to launch the ballistic missiles.

Officials said the three officers were behind locked doors and had with them the old code
components, which are large classified devices that allow the crew to communicate with the
missiles. Launch codes are part of the component, and the devices were described as large, metal
boxes.

Ford said they were waiting to get back to base "and they fell asleep."

It is not clear how long they were asleep.

There are periodic, regularly scheduled code changes, and there was a crew of four on duty. One
of the crew members was not in the room with the other three at the time they fell asleep, the Air
Force said.

The investigation concluded that the codes had remained secured in their containers, which have
combination locks that can only be opened by the crew. The containers remained with the crew
at all time, and the facility is guarded by armed security forces.

Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., called the series of nuclear missteps involving Minot Air Force
Base disappointing and unfortunate.

"This appears to me to be an incident in which codes were not compromised but some rules were
broken, and those broken rules were reported," Dorgan said. "This does not appear to me to be
equal to flying an airplane loaded with nuclear weapons halfway across the county _ that was
extraordinarily serious.

"I don't think this is an issue about the base _ I think it's an issue about personnel," Dorgan said.
"There have obviously been management and command problems at this base and the Air Force
has made some command changes to respond to it."

Col. Bruce Emig was ousted following the August flight of the B-52 bomber.
"The violation was reported and it required reporting, and the airmen did their duty to report it,"
Dorgan said, referring to the latest incident.

North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven, who spoke with Air Force officials Thursday about the matter,
said the Minot base is getting extra scrutiny because of its embarrassing mistakes.

"They told me procedural violations do occur periodically," he said.

But Rep. Ike Skelton, D-Mo. and chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, called the
incident very troubling. "The new Air Force leadership, when confirmed, must take decisive and
urgent steps to restore the culture of respect that our strategic weapons deserve and our national
security demands," said Skelton.

Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, has been nominated to be the next Air Force chief of staff, and
Michael Donley, for secretary. During their Senate confirmation hearing this week both men
vowed to work to restore trust and confidence in the service.

The 91st missile wing has control of several facilities, including 150 intercontinental ballistic
missiles.

___

James MacPherson reported from Bismarck, N.D.
In this photo provided by the US Air Force, a truck carrying a rocket booster for an unarmed
Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile is shown overturned on Thursday, July 31, 2008,
near Makoti, ND The Air Force says there was no threat to the public Earlier this month, three
ballistic missile crew members from the Minot base fell asleep while holding classified launch
code devices
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ND towns unfazed by ICBM rocket booster in ditch
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By JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press Writer
Sat Aug 2, 2008
BISMARCK, N.D - There's plenty to talk about at the weekly women's coffee klatch in the small
town of Parshall, and no one bothered to mention the unarmed booster rocket for an
intercontinental ballistic missile lying in a ditch where an Air Force truck overturned
"We talked about the oil boom, weddings — everything under the sun," Arlene Zacher said
Saturday. "But nobody ever mentioned that missile. I guess that shows that people aren't worried
about it — I'm certainly not"
The Air Force said a truck carrying the booster for a Minuteman III overturned Thursday a few
miles east of Parshall in northwest North Dakota, but there was no danger to the public
The truck and booster rocket, which is 66 feet long and weighs 75,000 pounds, were still sitting
along the road Saturday, under armed guard
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What do you think 'they' are preparing for? Mass casualty of military personnels?
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Camp Pendleton – Foreign troops spotted during exercise




Warren AFB Mass casualty drill
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Mass Casualty Drill Held At FE Warren AFB
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CBS 5 - KGWN
Cheyenne - 8/15/2008
Link to news video clip
http://www. kgwn. tv/story. aspx?ID=310&Cat=2
Alex Hannum Reports: If you saw a little extra activity around FE Warren Air Force base this
week, it was all part of a drill to test the base's emergency response
It looks like a real life disaster, but this is all part of a training exercise put on by Air Force Space
Command and FE Warren
Friday's drill was the culmination of a 10 day 50-thousand dollar exercise to prepare for, and
combat potential terrorist threats




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Police Hold Nuclear Training Exercise In NY Harbor
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WNBC
August 14, 2008
http://www. wnbc. com/news/17195856/detail. html?rss=ny&psp=news
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           James Elliott


           you should be more worried about china, russia, iran and n. korea. TRUST me. ;) ask me, i'll fill you in.



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           these guys are just dumb eneough to do it too. check out nuke strat...or stratcom..or northcom



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