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Massive military exercise to be held in Puerto Rico

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posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 07:56 AM
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www.primerahora.com...

The link is in Spanish but I will translate.
Basically what is saying is that from March 14 thru 21, the US army will be conducting an exercise that simulates building collapses, tsunami event, earthquakes, chemicals spills, and others catastrophic events.
Observers (military) from Latin America will be present during those days. The exercise will be conducted at Ponce (south), San Juan (north) and Salinas (south east). In total there going to be 2,000 soldiers approximately.
** Note: I'm noting that no exercise will be held at the west base in Puerto Rico. I'm saying that because there is a "crazy priest" that some time ago was predicting a cataclysm for the west side of the Island. So, who knows.

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"there going to be and unusual movement in the streets, we want people to understand that is part of the exercise" Rios said, also said that the arrival of a lot of soldiers will be observe, on military aircraft and civilian airports.
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This is food for some conspiracy theorist. Let's start to eat.
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posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:02 AM
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I'd say they have a very good reason to be having disaster drills.

earthquaketrack.com...

6 earthquakes today
36 earthquakes in the past 7 days
118 earthquakes in the past month
1,827 earthquakes in the past year



about 5 hours ago 1.9 magnitude, 13 km depth
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, United States
about 6 hours ago 3.2 magnitude, 56 km depth
Puerto Rico
about 7 hours ago 3.1 magnitude, 95 km depth
Puerto Rico
about 10 hours ago 2.9 magnitude, 43 km depth
Puerto Rico
about 16 hours ago 3.4 magnitude, 128 km depth
Puerto Rico
about 22 hours ago 3.1 magnitude, 87 km depth
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, United States
a day ago 3.4 magnitude, 44 km depth
Puerto Rico
a day ago 3.4 magnitude, 45 km depth
Puerto Rico
2 days ago 2.4 magnitude, 15 km depth
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.0 magnitude, 37 km depth
Puerto Rico


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Satellite

2 days ago 2.5 magnitude, 72 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.7 magnitude, 77 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.5 magnitude, 139 km depth
Puerto Rico
2 days ago 1.9 magnitude, 15 km depth
Yauco, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.6 magnitude, 60 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 2.6 magnitude, 36 km depth
Arecibo, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.6 magnitude, 59 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
2 days ago 3.7 magnitude, 91 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
3 days ago 3.2 magnitude, 80 km depth
Puerto Rico
3 days ago 3.2 magnitude, 68 km depth
Puerto Rico

3 days ago 3.1 magnitude, 105 km depth
Puerto Rico
3 days ago 3.8 magnitude, 47 km depth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
3 days ago 2.7 magnitude, 14 km depth
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, United States
3 days ago 3.0 magnitude, 63 km depth
Isabela, Puerto Rico, United States
3 days ago 3.2 magnitude, 56 km depth
Puerto Rico
3 days ago 3.2 magnitude, 54 km depth
Puerto Rico
3 days ago 3.3 magnitude, 74 km depth
Puerto Rico
4 days ago 2.3 magnitude, 63 km depth
Fajardo, Puerto Rico, United States
4 days ago 2.8 magnitude, 34 km depth
Puerto Rico
4 days ago 2.7 magnitude, 25 km depth
Puerto Rico

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posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:05 AM
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a reply to: DAVID64
That's a normal day in the Island.




posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:10 AM
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a reply to: Abednego

What sort of building codes do they have? Is it a lot of older, brick and mortar or have they built using 'earthquake proof" designs? Just asking because, being an island and if they do have older buildings, tsunamis and collapses may be a very real threat.



posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:24 AM
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a reply to: DAVID64
There is a building code here, but knowing how everything works I verily doubt they build according those. A lot of vices construction in new buildings can be seen.

Most of the buildings in the cities are in concrete, but as they get farther away the are of basic construction of wood. Infrastructure is very cheap (cable post most of the time, water supply system is very old).



posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:30 AM
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a reply to: Abednego

Fix the link please.



posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 08:37 AM
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a reply to: Trueman
Sorry, I think I fix it.



posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 10:37 AM
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It is a part of Vigilant Guard a annual National Guard disaster exercise that happens across the US and its territories this time every year. Locations rotate but, PR has has it before Vigilant Guard 2009 Puerto Rico . Basicly they stage disasters and bring in outside state NG units to assist as they would in real life. As local NG might be hit as well in a disaster and unable to fully complete its mission.
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posted on Mar, 11 2015 @ 07:25 AM
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Blah blah blah

If Tsunami happens in that area

First thing I would do is ask US to account for its nukes

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