Tag: nuclear

12
Apr

Offutt Air Force Base

Air Force Base near Omaha, Nebraska. Headquarters of the United States Strategic Command, the Air Force Weather Agency, and the 55th Wing. The 55th is a reconnaissance and electronic combat wing. Their motto is Videmus Omnia – “We See All” The only two bombers to ever drop atomic bombs — Enola Gay and Bockscar — […]

11
Apr

MAGI

Mathematical Applications Group, Inc Early computer graphics pioneer. Supported by military contracts for projects simulating equipment behavior. They created 15 of the 20 minutes of CGI in the move Tron, including the light cycles, tanks, and Recognizers. From ‘TRON,’ Revisited in VFX Pro, October 09, 2000 MAGI used a modeling system called Synthavision, which built […]

15
May

SISMI

Servizio per le Informazioni e la Sicurezza Militare (Military Intelligence and Security Service) The military intelligence agency of Italy. Considered notoriously shifty at best. Implicated in GLADIO, yellowcake forgeries, Valerie Plame. References wikipedia: sismi wikipedia: gladio wikipedia: yellowcake forgery

15
May

Nellis Air Force Base

Located in Groom Dry Lake, Nevada aka: Area 51, Dreamland The base, part of the United States Air Force’s Air Combat Command, is located approximately eight miles northeast of Las Vegas, Nevada. The total land area occupied by Nellis and its restricted ranges is about 5,000 square miles. Satellite image of the runways: Map of […]

14
May

Stanton Friedman

Stanton T Friedman associated with MJ-12 A dual citizen of the USA and Canada Nuclear physicist, with very high level government security clearances. Received BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist for such companies as GE, GM, […]

14
May

Vannevar Bush

(The resemblance to Bob Dobbs is not accidental…) (b: March 11, 1890 – d: 1974) Freemason: Worshipful Master – Richard C. Maclaurin Lodge (Cambridge, Massachusetts) Associated with Majestic 12 Leader of all scientific defense research throughout WWII. Crafter of the modern Military-Industrial Complex. He served as dean of the school of engineering at Massachusetts Institute […]

5
Mar

Project Twinkle

An Air Force project set up in the summer of 1949 to attempt to photograph and track the mysterious green fireballs seen around military compounds in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. Dr. Edward Teller, who was then working on the hydrogen bomb, was one of the witnesses to these fireballs. (Peebles, 32-33) References project1947: Project […]