posted on Apr, 10 2015 @ 12:29 PM
originally posted by: grey580
Is some new aircraft coming online that needs to be stored in a secure area?
Or is this hanger going to support existing aircraft from another location?
I have no doubt - this being ATS - that you all have heard of the DoD/Defense Labs Military base just outside of 29 Palms right? 100,000 cfivilian
contractors working there from the likes of Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Orbital ATK to name a few of the major contractors.
They're getting pretty darn close to completing a very real military version of a ground based space exploration vessel. Saying it was reusable would
be an understatement. This thing is designed to take off and land leveraging technology straight out of Star Trek from my understanding.
This project was started a very long time ago - heck I think it's been ongoing since 1989 - and is what inspired Richard Branson to dump gobs of money
into Virgin Galactic and Spaceport One at Truth or Consequences, New Mexico - when he learned of what was going on.
In any case. With Area 51 being used strictly for underground research because of the plethora of satellites and foreign monitoring in general,
there's a five mile runway that's been hidden in plain sight by technology similar to what was used with the 9/11 'attacks' just outside of 29 Palms.
And a perimeter with guards the likes of which you can't imagine.
To some degree this inspired Google's acquisition of Boston Dynamics
In any case. I am sure this news release is because the DoD is prepping foreign leaders and dignitaries for the inevitable tour which will ensue once
the proverbial *sh*torm* hits the fan for 'how could they have been doing this for so long and we not know?'.
That's the predictability of 'intelligence' or 'IQ' at work for ya. Standardized measures of intelligence also makes for highly predictable methods
and measures of psychological operation.
I mean. didn't ya'all get an inkling of suspicion when a rocket randomly blew up in the Mojave Desert?
Good PR, eh?
edit on 2015410.0 by universalbri because: (no reason given)