posted on Apr, 5 2009 @ 03:22 PM
Some of those places mentioned may be logistics centers for the military. They may not show up on Google Maps because they are sensitive for security
reasons. The coffins don't bother me as the government usually buys items in bulk to save money. They are not going to use them all at once, but they
will have them if a Hurricane Katrina or other disaster happens and they need coffins for human remains.
Most of the military logistics places are for storage of extra equipment, and older equipment that is not used but not yet retired from service. Some
of these places are quite huge, and can have areas that could be used for detention and other types of camps. The idea is to have them there in case a
town is destroyed by a tornado, and people need a temporary place to live.
Since the stories about the national guards having exercises using live ammo, and the memos coming out from the Bush Administration on limiting our
civil liberties, I find these facilities becoming more dubious every day.
For the responders here who live or know of any such government facilities, try to find out which agency actually owns or runs it. I bet most of them
are under the DoD.