Adm. William Gortney, commander of U.S. Northern Command and NORAD. States ,”… gear is being moved into Cheyenne Mountain to protect it from
electromagnetic pulses. Because of the very nature of the way that Cheyenne Mountain is built, it’s EMP-hardened. It wasn’t really designed to be
that way, but the way it was constructed makes it that way. Being able to communicate during an EMP attack is important. My primary concern was:
‘Are we going to have the space inside the mountain for everybody that wants to move in there?’ … but we do have that capability,”
Adm. William Gortney continues,”
The past year has marked a notable increase in Russian military assertiveness on the world stage, including in the approaches to
Russian heavy bombers flew more out-of - area patrols in 2014 than in any year since the Cold War. North Korea has successfully test -detonated three
nuclear devices and, through its space program, has demonstrated many of the technologies required for an
Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) that could target the
continental United States.
Meanwhile, North Korean military parades have showcased the new KN08 road-mobile ICBM. When deployed, this system will complicate our ability to
provide warning and defend against an attack.
Iran has likewise committed considerable resources to enhancing its ballistic missile capabilities and has already placed another satellite into
orbit this year using a new booster that could serve as a demonstrator for ICBM technologies.
From our headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, we
shifted operations to our alternate command and control center in
Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station and sealed the
Mountain’s blast doors to accomplish a number of medical and
infrastructure damage response drills.” www.northcom.mil...
Although I find it suspicious that the largest U.S. mainland military exercise, Jade Helm (along with it's nuclear, infantry and concentration shoe
symbolism) will soon begin, I find it fact worthy that the tensions have escalated between Russia, China and their allies. If, the U.S. is attacked
from it's Southern borders, many of our chess pieces would be in place. Albeit I'm thinking in a Reagonestic mind-set. However, this IS NOT the case
today! Perhaps, due to the millions of dollars set to up-grade the mountain, the logistics involved, and the influx of workers, perhaps this is just
another facade of Berry's smoke and mirrors.
After 9/11 they started a huge upgrade to the computers and other systems to be able to keep track of more data. It took longer, and turned out to be
bigger than they thought, so they moved out while it was done to keep the command post operational. It's done so they're moving back in.
on 4/27/2015 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Nah, they just got finished cleaning and upgrading the Gate Room...
Are you kidding? The reason NORAD moved out was that the SGC needed the entire installation. They've solved the one-gate-per-world limit, the place
looks like Grand Central Station now. There's a good dozen gates going 24/7.
In all seriousness, this is not just an idle reopening.
Looking at all of the current chaos that is not just brewing, but violently boiling over.
Putin, Turkey's Prime Minister, The Chinese Yuan and it's Asian Bank, Ali Hosseini Khamenei (is the second and current Supreme Leader of Iran). The
Isis camps in Mexico, Operation Jade Helm.....
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