posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 12:14 PM
I have a feeling that it is part of "Ardent Sentry 2009" because there are no movies or games being released on June 22 2009 that are related to
so what we could be looking is part of the actual US MILITARY Training site used for the exercise
It is probably a way of communicating with agents involved in the excersise while they are in the field
Major AS 09 venues include:
- NORAD’s AMALGAM DART exercise involving air defense activities at Camp Rilea, Oregon;
- The National Guard’s VIGILANT GUARD exercise focused on civil support with major activities in Des Moines, Iowa and Topeka, Kansas; and,
- A Nuclear Weapons Incident exercise (NUWAIX) with a U.S. Air Force response near Cheyenne, Wyoming
The activities in the vicinity of Camp Rilea will involve the deployment of an Army National Guard ground-based air defense system that will be
integrated with Air Force airborne systems (AWACS and fighters) and a Navy Aegis Destroyer. (Media interested in covering this event should contact
Mr. Al Eakle at 1-850-283-8080)
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska National Guard units will respond to multiple events in Iowa and Kansas including simulated train derailments and
foreign animal disease. (Media interested in covering events in Iowa should contact LTC Greg Hapgood at 515-971-6385; for events in Kansas, contact
Sharon Watson at 785-274-1192)
In Wyoming, Air Force Space Command will respond to an incident involving a simulated nuclear weapon. (Media interested in covering this should
contact Capt. Sharbe Clark at 719-554-3815).
NORAD is a bi-national United States and Canada organization charged with the missions of aerospace warning and aerospace control for North America.
USNORTHCOM provides command and control of DoD homeland defense efforts and, when directed, provides timely and effective defense support of civil
authorities. (see www.norad.mil and www.northcom.mil for more information)
For more information about the exercise, contact NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs at 719-554-6889.
[edit on 18-6-2009 by warrenb]