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I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me: The Pentagon’s Black World

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posted on Dec, 29 2011 @ 04:37 PM

Originally posted by grobi77

Sorry for repost, I've just learned how to post "internal" pictures....

I love it when this thread pops back up. In the "spirit" of the coming new year I thought grobi had a cool patch.

You can decipher the Roman Numerals as 32 or separate the colors and get
20 12.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 03:40 PM
reply to post by burntheships

There is no other meaning to the "Wraith" because it is the 6th Joker Card Album from the Undergrounf Band "ICP"

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 10:40 AM

Originally posted by OperationBlackRose
reply to post by burntheships

There is no other meaning to the "Wraith" because it is the 6th Joker Card Album from the Undergrounf Band "ICP"

Yeah he is chilling with the mole men, if you catch my drift.

LoL, OperationBlackRose! Good one, but in rather Bad taste.

posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 07:51 PM

ULA Delta IV launches the NROL-25 military satellite from VAFB
The NROL-25 launch is named Altair

The original patch was with depictions of an eagle and a compass

Wikipedia has removed the old image, although the Launch Name still shows

The orbit is unusual - its backwards

The official Notices to Airmen, or NOTAMs, released to the public this week to establish clear warning zones around the rocket's flight path indicate the booster is headed southwestward from Vandenberg Air Force Base on its trek downrange.

Typical Vandenberg launches head southward toward polar orbits or slightly southeastward on so-called "coast-hugger" ascents, depending on the payload's desired orbit.

In the upcoming launch, however, the Delta 4 rocket will take a distinct trajectory out over the Pacific Ocean that would result in delivering its classified satellite cargo into a retrograde orbit flying against Earth's natural rotation


Aquila, the Eagle, is surrounded by no fewer than nine other constellations that touch its borders. Most prominent are Sagitta that bounds most of its northern flank and Sagittarius its southern. Aquarius is to its east and Serpens Cauda to the west. Aquila is at its most prominent to northern hemisphere observers during midsummer months when its brightest star, Altair forms the southernmost corner of the Summer Triangle with Deneb in Cygnus and Vega in Lyra. The Milky Way is rich in this area of the sky, running diagonally through Aquila.

Altair- A Star that has been used for navigation:
Altair - The Flying Eagle

photo credit Thomas Fahey

The rocket appears to have been named "Electra"


More Photos!
Some infomation as to the
123 degree retrograde inclination

About the new patch .....

dust turned up by the Incorrect stomping on the 'Earth', even the 'blows' by the right hoof..
XXY on the shoulder of the Bull...

Victoria Commissa Omnibus”, meaning “Committed to victory for all”


posted on Jun, 3 2013 @ 10:13 AM
Oh my God, what an interesting and exciting thread
Makes you really wonder what is up there

posted on Jun, 9 2017 @ 03:40 AM

originally posted by: Violater1
This is the best patch of them all!

None finer

Sorry for the low quality photo, it's from my phone.

Gee BTS, that diamond shaped ship coming out of the Einstein Rosen Bridge looks awfully familiar.

Sorry it took so long.

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