posted on Jan, 3 2008 @ 12:52 AM
For a group of people in power denying they knew anything would happen on 9/11, the following certainly helps to prove they were lying to the general
public. We need to wonder no more why Osama bin Laden's name and face were already hitting the mainstream media as early as 9/11/2001. Such fast
work from people claiming to have no idea anything such as 9/11 was going to happen. Osama bin Laden was used a patsy to divide and distract the
general public's attention away from the actual perpetrators - the Bush administration and PNAC.
"Operation Amalgam Virgo is a CINCNORAD joint task counter-terrorist and field training exercise (FTX) carried out in Tyndall Air Force Base,
Florida on early June of 2001. NORAD sponsored the multi-agency planning exercise involving the hypothetical scenario of a cruise missile launched by
a rogue government or threats from a barge off the East Coast. Osama Bin Laden was pictured on the cover of the proposal for the exercise. Key
military players involved in the exercise also included personnel from the 1st Air Force battalion, the U.S. National Guard, the U.S. Reserve forces,
and the U.S. Navy.
Several naval ships including the USS Yorktown and the Navy Aegis cruiser were dispatched to the Gulf of Mexico as part of the multi-service
anti-cruise missile operation. Military land personnel from the 1st Air Force also engaged in gathering radar information on low-level targets by
using the Joint-Based Expeditionary Connectivity Center (JBECC), a mobile shelter capable of being deployed to high-risk regions while providing early
warning signals on cruise missile attacks."
Amalgam Virgo is a joint-service, cruise-missile defense exercise at Tyndall AFB.
Fast, low-flying cruise missiles are hard to detect. To practice their part in defending the U.S. from these missiles, members of the 513th Air
Control Group deployed to Florida for the "Amalgam Virgo" cruise missile defense exercise. The multi-service exercise tested the defense and
response capabilities to a cruise missile attack on Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., June 1-4, 2001.
Homeland defense is increasingly being discussed as a primary mission for Guard and Reserve forces. The exercise was coordinated by the Air National
Guard's 1st Air Force and involved active duty, National Guard and Reserve forces, the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard as players.