My Father was a Korean War veteran. He told me about the Chinese wave attacks where there would be one weapon for every ten men. When the guy with
the weapon got hit another would pick it up and keep going.
I don't see these idiots having the balls that the Chinese had. I see them showing up, blocking traffic, stalled and overheated cars all over the
place. No food, no water, no shelter and it will all be Trump's fault.
It would be got to see Bob Lazer right out in the front. There is not too much on the surface and the military could make an awesome PR day out of it.
If you are looking for space recruits then those putting it all on the line are a good starting class.
After Area 51 I was thinking James Patterson, but Oakridge also makes a blip on the radar.
Area 51 is more classic, its the lore, the vibe, where it all began. If there was going to be a disclosure day this would be it. Unless the government
goes full psycho there would be little reason to storm any other military base like is being discussed here. It would not have the public support that
this campaign is getting.
And? It's clearly marked, or at least it used to be, that lethal force is authorized if you enter a military installation illegally. They don't even
have to shoot a single person. Hover a couple Osprey over them, and the rotorwash will stop 99% of the people involved.
And you think that is bad, wait until they breach the elevators and see whats lurks below. It might be a good idea to throughly seal any underground
entrances. There is also a good chance that there will be civilian rangers exploring the area so any regional ducts need to be well disguised and
preferably blocked for the duration of events.
Keep them on the surface, bring along the military recruitment crew and play some baseball.
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