Sunday, August 2, 2009

RUMORS - Exercises Everwhere

The military is always trying to be inconspicuous.
By comparing published reports, press releases and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT),
you can usually gather an accurate picture of what's going on.

The Connecticut Survivalist Alliance (CSA),
practices many of the same techniques of our "adversaries".
When we do release information into the "public domain",
it sometime contains ommissions.

The information is accurate to the best of our knowledge,
but we may omit the true scope of a project.

We had posted on July 6th
of our intention to monitor National Level Exercise 2009 (NLE 09),
on July 27 through July 31 with our own exercise Not In My Back Yard 2009
(NIMBY 09).

What we omitted was was that NIMBY 09,
had actually started on July 14 to monitor part of the "Omni Fusion"
multinational exercise at Fort Leavenworth.

NIMBY 09 is still operational and currently monitoring Vibrant Response 2009.

Many in the Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen), and Militia communities had no prior
knowledge that "Omni Fusion",
was even being held let alone that an entire United Kingdom (UK) Brigade was at
Leavenworth with their own equipment.

The Battle Command Battle Lab (BCBL) Leavenworth had the UK Brigade on the post
conducting their part of the Omni Fusion experiment.

The UK Brigade was at Leavenworth for several weeks testing their communication
systems interoperability,
there were also contingents from Canada and Australia.

The exercise is part of a five-year experiment to test battlefield concepts for
current and future military operations.

Next year, American and British forces will conduct "Talon Strike", an exercise
spanning the Atlantic Ocean.
British troops will remain at home and be linked with Army units, including the
1st Infantry and 101st Airborne divisions.

The "official" policy of the military is to downplay these exercises and use
less threatening of names.
A classic example of this are the "Sea-Smurfs.

Instead of using the proper term chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and
high-yield explosive (CBRNE) Consequence Management Response Force,
or CCMRF (pronounced “Sea-Smurf”).

They are just using what they consider the more non-threatening term and
abbreviated term,
Consequence-management Response Forces.
We hate to inform them, but a piece of shit by any other name still stinks.

We are also currently looking for radio and
scanner enthusiasts north of the Canadian border,
who are monitoring the month-long exercise off of Baffin Island.
If you are monitoring the Canadian "Operation Nanook",
then we would like to hear from you.

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