posted on Mar, 8 2013 @ 12:04 PM
well i have yet to see them deployed , the P missiles along the west coast or in any major city SF Oakland LA, been checking and nothing, it is
about a 30 min flight form launch to impact, Obama must have a plan or a deal with China for this sys to not be deployed [yea i know , think I'm on
this now , say thank you, it is not 1963 ] Or is there some secret "Star wars" RR implemented back in his day yea i know it is SDI but Star wars
The GMD facilities have been in place in Alaska (2 different locations), and in California (at least 1 location) for years now, as there were
published tests (so no big secret). At that time, more locations were being added. After the fairly publicized (and largely successful) tests in the
early 2000's though, there has been almost nothing in the press mentioned about it any further. They had significant improvements that were well
publicized for about 4 years, and then nothing...so I can only assume they've further improved in the five or so years since the last hubbub.....
During the tests, the launch window for a NK intercept was 16 minutes, would be different now, I'd assume.
Of course, we could have even better counters in place, that are highly classified, but what I stated was just based on fairly public information from
recognized civilian intel.
As for the P missiles (assuming you mean Patriot), note that these are the LAST line of defense (when the inbound is terminal), and could be launched
from numerous sources including ships, so you don't need a whole battery of them sitting in a base in a major city to provide protection.
but then imo SK and the US are putting heat to the fire and provoke an attack from NK, why is this exercise necessary or is this what they
They are annual exercises...but at the same time, likely an excuse to deploy forces to the region along with the UN resolution, of course. It is all
posturing. NO side actually wants an attack, but each side will flex their muscles to get their desired outcome. Business as usual on the Korean
edit on 8-3-2013 by Gazrok because: (no reason given)