posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 04:41 AM
Is very interesting all that takes place in BaseCamp, without a doubt, here in Spain we have "Military Recreation Camps", only accessible to childrens
of Army military personnel.
In Spain each military region are organized in summer camps by fortnights, depending on the age of applicants, usually children and adolescents. What
happens is that the selection criteria are based on being children of staff serving in the Army, not usually open to civilians, except remaining
places, which happens rarely. These camps are in high demand because they are relatively cheap, being subsidised by the army and not pursue a profit
motive as other civilian camps.
It is usually carried out military practices such as diving, topography, shooting practices ... although it is totally different from recreational
activities and operations carried out in BaseCamp, here is some similar.
Although I've noticed that in BaseCamp there are both military and civilian personnel. I wonder what is doing do the CIA there with their planes and
their "special operations".I remember a friend was working in the Air Police at the Moron Air Base in Seville and he told me he saw planes are very
similar to the ejecutive aircrafts (Beechcraft) that are in BaseCamp.
edit on 3-10-2012 by rayktheon because: (no reason given)