posted on Nov, 29 2004 @ 09:35 PM
What I meant by an insertion is a very low altitude approach with a helicopter with the capabilities of atleast a H-60 series helicopter,
ground-hugging tactics will make it very hard for radar to pick up a signature.
The helicopter would insert the team and evacuate the staging area, and even if the helicopter is detected and fighter aircraft are scrambled, the
helicopter will already be far enough, the fighters take a while to take off...I doubt there is any patrols.
what the team would be able to do is essentially not very much and chances of them surviving are quite slim, also there is a possibility the
helicopter was detected by IR-cameras which are elledgedly placed there.
with luck the team could neutralize resistance on the base and blow up key structures with SEMTEX or C-4, perhaps exposing the technology there...
But by the time the base has been alerted, the team will be over run, the Helicopter will be unable to extract the team due to air patrols and
groundfire, if the helicopter was detected it will more than likely be destroyed by interceptors like F-15's or F-16's.
The only possible attack could be by civilians who wish the technology to be exposed there, and frankly they don't have the resources to undertake an
action like this.
Even if they have spec-ops training, they still have NO budget.
A) What kind of effect will thermal imaging have on Groom's structures? will anything be exposed by it?
B) What are the most substantional radio transmissions that were received by scanners? I have heard about the "Fastmover" incident.
C) Just out of curiousity, what weapons are the Camo Dudes equipted with usually? anything exotic or strange? any info of military personenal? what
kind of military units are staged there?
But Al-Quada has no interest in a "secret base with space aliens who were made up by the infidels"