Drill (False Flag) Alerts
Missouri National Guard Train to “Kill” Militia Insurgents in Exercise “The Missouri National Guard is training to engage in combat with “militia” groups, according to the News Tribune.
The article was written by Silas Allen, a journalist with the Pentagon. In 2006, the Pentagon officially announced it would declare psychological warfare on the American people by planting propaganda in the corporate media and the Allen article is a less than covert part of this process.”
Guard Units Train for Militia Attacks (News Tribune) Written Silas Allen Silas.W.Allen@us.army.mil “At around 7:30 p.m., the group drove two Humvees up to a checkpoint and opened fire, using paintball rifles. They also threw a smoke grenade, which was used to simulate an improvised explosive device. When the medical units’ security forces fired back, rather than retreating, the militants sped forward into the units’ compound. The security team responded with gunfire and simulated grenades.”
Amalgam Dart ’09, Camp Rilea, OR, June 18-20
Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors to conduct air defense exercise
6/2/2009 – TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. (AFNS) — An Oregon National Guard base will host nearly 200 Soldiers and Airmen, and a U.S. Navy destroyer will patrol coastal waters while participating in a major U.S. Northern Command air defense exercise in mid-June.
Exercise Amalgam Dart ’09 will take place at Camp Rilea and nearby Warrenton, Ore., June 18 to 20. It is one of several exercises under the Ardent Sentry ’09 exercise series.
Local residents will see a minor influx of people and equipment moving into and out of the Warrenton and Camp Rilea areas a few days before and after the actual exercise starts and ends.
As the continental U.S. geographical component of the bi-national North American Aerospace Defense Command, Continental U.S. NORAD Region personnel provide airspace surveillance and control and direct all air sovereignty activities.
From their Air and Space Operations Center here, the CONR commander and his staff will direct Air Force, Army and Navy assets, ensuring the air sovereignty and air defense of the continental United States.
During Amalgam Dart ’09, CONR participants will demonstrate a rapidly deployable air defense system that could protect high-profile national targets against cruise missiles and other low-flying threats.
Deployable-Homeland Air and Cruise Missile Defense assets will be brought from South Carolina to Camp Rilea and Warrenton where they will remain for the duration of the exercise.
“Exercise Amalgam Dart ’09 provides us with the opportunity to train and for potential scenarios that could affect the continental U.S.,” said Maj. Gen. Hank Morrow, CONR commander. “Exercises like this allow us to review processes and procedures and focus our future training efforts to identifying areas that may need attention. ”
Participants in Amalgam Dart ’09:
— The Oregon National Guard’s Camp Rilea will provide logistical support, including lodging and meals.
— F-15 Eagles from the Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing in Portland and F-16 Fighting Falcons from the California Air National Guard’s 144th FW in Fresno will serve as interceptors during the exercise. They will operate out of the Portland airport and from McChord Air Force Base, Wash., respectively.
— South Carolina National Guard’s 263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command from Anderson will deploy the Avenger short-range air defense system.
— U.S. Navy Aegis-equipped destroyer which uses computers and radars to track and destroy enemy targets will patrol off the Oregon coast.
— An E-3 Sentry from the Air Force’s 552nd Air Control Wing at Tinker AFB, Okla., will provide all-weather surveillance, command, control and communications needed by air defense forces.
— Rhode Island ANG’s 282nd Combat Communications Squadron and Georgia ANG’s 283rd Combat Communications Squadron will deploy communication teams to provide secure data and voice networks for the exercise.
— The Western Air Defense Sector, based at McChord AFB, Wash., will detect, identify, track and scramble fighters if need be to intercept unknown or threatening airborne objects.
— C-21s from the 311th Airlift Squadron at Peterson AFB, Colo., and the Air Force Flights Standards Agency in Oklahoma City , and Oregon Wing of the Civil Air Patrol Cessna 172s will serve as high and low-level “targets'” for the exercise participants.
There will be no night flying by Air Force and Air National Guard aircraft, while there will be some night flying by the Civil Air Patrol.
Additionally, there will be no live munitions involved in the exercise.
Thank you SoCal Martial Law Alerts for these Updates (Jun 18):
Note: Alex Jones recently mentioned on his radio show that there would be truck explosions all over the country due to the disaster/terror drills currently taking place nationwide. He also said that the truck explosions would be deliberately under-reported in an effort to scare the local populace into believing that terrorism is on the rise in their respective areas.
SoCal Martial Law Alerts:
This is ominous (see bold). A “marked unit”????? What is that referring to?! And you’ll note that they didn’t bother asking any one of us if we wanted to be in their stinkin’ database, either. The “local phone companies” handed over all our phone numbers without our permission! And more computer-controlled “vertical integration” we do not need — I can already imagine the abuses. They could use a system like this to tell us to go outside & line up for our “compulsory vaccinations” … L.A. County launches emergency notification system
L.A. County Hall of Administration
June 18, 2009
Los Angeles County is launching a new emergency notification system today. Alert LA County, similar to reverse 911 systems in some Southland cities, will automatically call residents and businesses in areas facing an emergency, such as a natural disaster or evacuation.
The county already has a television and radio emergency notification system, but the new system is expected to be quicker and more targeted. It includes 7.1 million listed and unlisted land-line phone numbers gathered from local telephone companies, a Sheriff’s Department spokesman said.
“It’s geared to give you that info before broadcast news gets to you or you have a marked unit coming down your street,” said John Fernandes, the county’s emergency management director. If the number is busy or does not answer, the system will redial. If it reaches an answering machine, the system leaves a message.
As of Friday, county residents and business owners can add their cellphone, voice over IP, fax numbers and e-mail addresses to the system via a county Web page. “We have to ensure that we have state-of-the-art technology to give as much notice as soon as we can,” Fernandes said.
Only one land-line telephone number or e-mail address may be entered for a given street address. County staff will refresh land-line numbers on a monthly basis and add numbers entered on the website on a nightly basis, said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore.
The system will cost Los Angeles County $1.9 million for the next five years, Fernandes said. The city of Los Angeles already has an emergency notification system for residents living in fire-prone red-flag areas, but city officials will be able to access the countywide system too.
Alert LA County will be particularly helpful during wildfires that cross city lines, said Anna Burton, assistant general manager of the city’s emergency management department. “If we need to notify two or three areas as we saw with the Marek and Sayre fires, it will help us make notifications more efficient and faster,” Burton said.
DHS’s Red Dragon exercise in Wisconsin
“On Wednesday, June 17, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Froedtert Hospital will participate in a large-scale community disaster exercise in partnership with units of the U.S. military.
The training exercise is known as “Red Dragon.” It is the first full-scale drill to be conducted in the nation in which the military assists civilian hospitals. The drill will involve hospital staff, local emergency response services and federal/military personnel and other resources.
Red Dragon, which is part of the U.S. government’s Homeland Defense Initiative, will be the largest exercise in the nation this year. Hospitals in seven counties throughout southeastern Wisconsin will participate.
If you are visiting the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center that day, please note:
-Doyne Ave. near Froedtert’s Clinical Cancer Center will be closed. Traffic will be re-routed.
-During your visit, you may see military personnel, vehicles and tents. Near our hospital. This is all part of the drill.
-We will continue to provide the highest level of patient care. For more information visit the home pages of our Web sites: www.froedtert.com and www.chw.org.”
Northern Edge 2009: Military Training in the “Last Frontier”
Marine Sgt. Zachary Dyer
Northern Edge Joint Information Bureau
ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska — Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines have come together to hone their warfighting capabilities during the largest military training exercise in Alaska.
Approximately 9,000 servicemembers will take part in exercise Northern Edge 2009 June 15-26.
The air-centric exercise involves more than 200 Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft. Northern Edge will be conducted mostly from Elmendorf and Eielson Air Force bases in Alaska, with operations being conducted in the Gulf of Alaska and at the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex.
Servicemembers involved in the exercise will practice defensive counter air operations, close air support, air interdiction of maritime targets, personnel recovery missions and have the opportunity to incorporate new weapons systems into their operations. The main focus of the exercise is to better prepare the warfighters of each service to respond to a crisis in the Asia-Pacific region.
“Northern Edge is probably, if not the biggest, then one of the biggest joint training exercises in all of the (Department of Defense) enterprises,” said Lt. Gen. Dana T. Atkins, the commander of Alaskan Command and 11th Air Force. “To bring Northern Edge to Alaska is one of the most optimum things we could do in the military right now. Alaska has a phenomenal training environment. Most people understand the (Nellis AFB, Nevada) training range – the Nellis training range has approximately 12,000 square miles of training air space. Here in Alaska, just in the overland training airspace, there’s 65,000 square miles. We also integrate the Gulf of Alaska, so we’ll have nearly 120,000 square miles.”
One feature of Northern Edge 2009 designed to increase the scope of the exercise is its Live-Virtual-Constructive operations that combine real-time operations with aircrew participating in aircraft simulators and computer generated combatants. Through the L-V-C aspect of Northern Edge, servicemembers from nine different time zones, some as far away as Virginia, are able to participate in the exercise.
“It gives us a level of complexity that we could not normally do, based on the restriction on resources and sometimes even the training spaces that we have to operate within,” said Atkins.
Almost every Alaskan-based Air Force unit is involved in the exercise, with approximately 2,000 people deployed here from other bases around the country and abroad, and an additional 5,000 people operating on ships in the Gulf of Alaska. The major commands involved in the exercise are U.S. Pacific Command, Alaskan Command, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Pacific Air Forces, Marine Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, Special Operations Command Pacific, Air Combat Command, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and U.S. Naval Reserve.
At the end of the two-week exercise, all the players involved should walk away confident in their ability to work together to accomplish the mission, explained Atkins.
“You build a Super Bowl team when you know that the wide receiver is going to run the pattern the quarterback said, or the guy on the line is going to do exactly what he needs to so that nobody gets to the quarterback,” said Atkins. “We build that confidence in these kind of exercises. That’s probably one of the biggest dividends that comes out of this – the trust that we build between all of our service partners.”
DRILL REPORT: New York drill for possible nuke war
Where: New York City
Who: NYC Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation
US security authorities have conducted a semi-clandestine nuclear fallout drill in the City of New York in order to be prepared “for the worst.”
The NYC Police Department (NYPD) in unison with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) carried out a massive almost-covert anti-nuclear exercise codenamed ‘New York, you have a problem’ in order to gauge the metropolitan promptness in responding to such attacks.
According to an AP report on Friday, hundreds of NYPD officers and FBI agents participated in the drill that involved the detection of a gamma-ray emitting device concealed in the heart of the urban area.
The group was also accompanied by an elite corps of federal weapons specialists who, under a US attorney general mandate, found a simulated “nuclear device” and diffused it.
Commenting on the nature of new threats on the City area including ‘dirty bombs’ and other unconventional explosive devices, head of FBI’s New York office, Joseph Demarest, said, “It’s something we’re very concerned about.”
Reflecting Demarest’s comments, FBI’s counterterrorism supervisor, Don Always, told reporters, “Hopefully, we’ll never have to do this for real.”
“But if we do, we have to do it right the first time,” he went on to say.
Security forces have reportedly tested new hi-tech detection gadgets and other gizmos in the operation.
New York City authorities have frequently expressed concerns over a sudden occurrence of such attacks capable to claim numerous lives.
A dirty bomb is an explosive device equipped with nuclear, chemical or biological containers, which could be blown up without having to use sophisticated nuclear detonators.
The news of the NYC nuclear fallout drill comes in the wake of an assessment last week in which the Missouri Congressman Todd Akin warned of a looming nuclear threat on the US’s West coast cities as adversarial regimes such as North Korea expand their nuclear and rocket launching capabilities.
The 62-year-old Republican Congressman advised the US administration to seriously consider current nuclear issues threatening US security, which demanded a fortified scheme to tackle the potential issues.
DRILL REPORT: NORAD and USNORTHCOM exercise planned for mid-June
When: June 18 – 24, 2009
Where: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Oregon, Wyoming, East & West coasts.
Who: North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Northern Command, Department of Defense, National Guard, Army National Guard, U.S. Air Force, Air Force Space Command, U.S. Navy
PETERSON AFB, Colo. – North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command are planning to conduct a combined exercise June 18 – 24 that will incorporate several military exercises with a National Guard exercise. These linked exercises are referred to as ARDENT SENTRY 09. Events will take place in multiple venues across the country including Iowa, Kansas, Oregon, Wyoming, and off the East and West Coasts.
The exercise will allow several Department of Defense organizations and some federal and state partners to implement plans and respond to a variety of notional events. Historically, exercises like these have helped both DoD and other agencies review their processes and procedures and focus their future training efforts on closing gaps and identifying areas that need additional attention.
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 http://www.norad.mil and http://www.northcom.mil for more information)
For more information about the exercise, contact NORAD and USNORTHCOM Public Affairs at 719-554-6889.
COALITION WARRIOR INTEROPERABILITY DEMONSTRATION (CWID), June 8 – 24, 2009
There are several drills coming up all month this month (June 2009) and next month (July 2009). The first drill, which will begin on Monday June 8th, 2009, is a Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID). The CWID is under the US Joint Forces Command and is part of the cyber division of the military (which has existed for awhile now, but they’re only getting around to admitting to us underlings now). The CWID has counterparts in the UK and Canada.
Their 2009 drill will test the interoperability of the system (meaning how well the super computers talk to each other and how how well the human counterparts follow their orders) in a series of drills that will begin on Monday. It will go through June 26th. Based on the schedules on the Internet (which is about all we can get), the drill will commence fully after the 13th of the month. The 26th is a wrap-up day. The 8th through the 12th is testing and prep work (rehearsal).
- You can see the US schedule HERE on the Federal Business Opportunities website (scroll down the list, it’s buried in there).
- You can view the UK drill dates HERE at the UK CWID website.
- You can visit the US CWID site HERE.
- You can visit the Canada CWID site HERE.
- You can visit the NATO CWID site HERE.
- You can also view the CWID 2009 brochure HERE on SCMLA’s Files page. I uploaded the PDF from the US CWID website.
And check out this “Story Line” posted on the UK Telegraph describing a nuclear attack on US cities for JUNE 22, 2009. Normally this wouldn’t mean anything, but it is the policy of the New World Order types to release their plans in advance. Very interesting that it coincides with an International exercise starting on MONDAY!! But that is how all FALSE FLAGS have been executed– London Telegraph Operation Blackjack Storyline.
Exercise + Advanced Release of Scenario + Increased Security Levels at Necessary Sites + Recent Headlines suggesting Homegrown Terrorists were working with Al Qaeda (providing them the cover story) = REAL TERRORIST ATTACK. INTERNATIONAL THIS TIME to match INTERNATIONAL EXERCISE!!
Feds To Hold Counterterrorism Training In Queens
Updated 8:39 PM
By: NY1 News
Drivers should expect heavy delays on parts of the Clearview Expressway tonight as law enforcement officials conduct a routine counterterrorism exercise.
As a result of the scheduled exercise, drivers should expect traffic between exits 3 and 4 on the southbound side of the Clearview Expressway. It will start at 9 tonight and end at 4 in the morning.
The exercise will test law enforcement response to weapons of mass destruction.
More than 40 state and federal agencies, including the New York City Police Department, the FBI, the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy, will be involved in the exercise.
“It’s an important aspect of what we do,” said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly of the training. “We have to be able to work closely with multiple agencies and you get there by practicing.”
The counterterrorism initiative called Securing Our Cities is largely funded by federal dollars; however, the current federal budget proposal may cause the city to eliminate the program.
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June 8, 2009, Charlotte, NC, Explosion part of Military Exercise
Christopher D. Kirkpatrick, www.infowars.com
The Charlotte Observer
Editor’s note: Charlotte Fire Department considers citizens “civilians.”
A reported explosion at an uptown federal building late Sunday morning was just a military exercise, said Charlotte Fire Department Capt. Mark Basnight.
The department received a call from a civilian who said there had been an explosion in the back of the Charles R. Jonas Federal Building at 401 West Trade St. The fire department responded but left the scene after realizing there wasn’t an emergency. Several military personnel in fatigues could be seen inside the gated back lot of the building.
“Some arm of the military was conducting a drill,” Basnight said.
There were no apparent signs of an explosion or any damage. No other details were available.