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originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: darkstar57
Now, recently, faa announced a non transponder zone in CA. did it include Vandenburg???
Could you elaborate more on this?
I can't seem to find anything about this.
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: opethPA
Sorry claiming we frequently travel to and return from any planet being posted by someone new on a conspiracy site without any proof should not be sufficient for you or anyone else wishing to deny ignorance.
really, like one every four months, since the 70's and no one in ca,nv and co have noticed them. i know there are some pretty remote locations in those states, but to believe that is happening and no one sees the launches or a that the beans haven't been spilled by the construction workers that built the bases/facilities, or some military astronaut saying something is unbelievable.
now as far as there being militarily missions to orbit the earth, or maybe go to the moon. i have no doubt that each and every branch of the U.S. armed services have astronauts that have been or are ready to go. i have beveled that ever since i saw the astrospies on frontline.
originally posted by: Greggers
originally posted by: InhaleExhale
if OP is a whistleblower then so is every other person that has posted something on the internet making claims, be it unicorns are real or farts don't stink.
I *wish* someone would blow the whistle on farts not stinking, so I could stop buying Febreeze.
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: SeaWorthy
Dontcha think thats a bit small of a runway for spacecraft? Hangers not all that huge to hold a giant triangle either.
originally posted by: tweetie
a reply to: Olivine
What's given to the public:
Vandenberg AFB Launch Schedule
8. Prior to the launch of a classified payload, the exact launch time is kept secret until about T-18 to T-4 hours. The launch window is also secret and not made public. Instead of providing the launch window, the Air Force announces a launch period - a large block of time within which the launch window falls.
Edited to Add:
They have an ideal and large spot right on the ocean and plenty of privacy.
The base encompasses over 98,000 acres, with 35 miles of pristine coastline stretching along the Pacific Ocean. It is truly a military installation in a national park setting.
originally posted by: Darkinsiderwe (our Space Command) in Colorado Springs, CO has sent manned space craft to distant planets in our solar system, and have returned safely.