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Originally posted by observe50
They said the base is open now they found the missing nerve agent.
Originally posted by Advantage
Originally posted by VI0811
reply to post by crashbehr
A lot of bases, depending on what they represent, periodically do this. Like practicing a fire drill. Nothing odd here ...
AGreed.. they do it frequently. However, if we can take a statement that was reported by the media as fact.. then there is an accident of some sort. WHo knows the severity of it.. no one here does and its all speculation at this point. I hadnt heard it earlier.. but it apparently involves a "serious concern" and not simply a drill as first reported. Its been reported so it will be sniffed out what happened soon enough.
BTW.. dont tell anyone to wait for facts before running around all tinfoilish.. youll be called scum and disinfo. Not to mention some of the BS Im reading on here comes from posters on GLP.. and not real facts.
For this instance I would find a report stating a possible mishap regarding "chemical biological weapons caused a base lock down. This was a security and safety precaution to prevent any mishap or mitigate any effects of one. All items are accounted for and we are standing down." That is the truth and I would be fine with just that report. We don't need to know what kind of NBC-material it was, where it was, the cause, or anyone involved. That does actually constitute intel.
Originally posted by jaynkeel
I wonder if the people working there get paid salary or hourly? Because for both the people stuck on the inside and the people waiting to be let in that's a lot of o/t pay and regular pay for people to be stuck idle for that amount of time. Bend over taxpayers!!!!
27 January 2011 Last updated at 13:49 ET Share this pageFacebookTwitter ShareEmail Print Lost Army 'nerve agent' found after Utah base lock down The US Army has located a small amount of a deadly nerve weapon that went missing at a Utah military research base, officials have said.