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  • #46
    NO ONE HAS A GOOD FEELING ABOUT THIS FROM ANY SIDE OF THE COIN..


    READ THIS ONE..

    http://www.hlswatch.com/2009/07/29/c...esponse-force/

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/30/op...?_r=3&emc=eta1

    THEN GO THROUGH THESE..

    http://www.wood.army.mil/chmdsd/pdfs...Summer2009.pdf

    http://www.northcom.mil/News/2008/091908_a.html

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    http://cbrne.org/
    CBRNE incidents are responded to under the assumption that they are
    disruptive to society. Evidence preparation and perpetrator apprehension of
    CBRNE incidents is of great concern.


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    http://www.ahrq.gov/prep/cbrne/

    http://www.disasters.org/dera/library/Heyer%20WMD.pdf




    We don't know how close the system is to collapse, nor do we know how close the people are to taking to the streets. The creation of an active-duty military force, the sea-smurfs, that could be used to suppress public protest here at home is a very bad sign.

    Denis Moynihan contributed to this column.
    2008 Amy Goodman

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    http://www.army-technology.com/featu...re54882-3.html

    Different brigades will be enlisted to join the Sea Smurfs force throughout its lifespan but the first, whose job is to look after task force operations, is the 1st BCT, under the command of Colonel Roger Cloutier.

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    http://www.armytimes.com/news/2008/0...eland_090708w/


    "It is not the first time an active-duty unit has been tapped to help at home. In August 2005, for example, when Hurricane Katrina unleashed hell in Mississippi and Louisiana, several active-duty units were pulled from various posts and mobilized to those areas.
    But this new mission marks the first time an active unit has been given a dedicated assignment to NorthCom, a joint command established in 2002 to provide command and control for federal homeland defense efforts and coordinate defense support of civil authorities.
    After 1st BCT finishes its dwell-time mission, expectations are that another, as yet unnamed, active-duty brigade will take over and that the mission will be a permanent one."



    "In the meantime, they’ll learn new skills, use some of the ones they acquired in the war zone and more than likely will not be shot at while doing any of it.
    They may be called upon to help with civil unrest and crowd control or to deal with potentially horrific scenarios such as massive poisoning and chaos in response to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive, or CBRNE, attack.
    Training for homeland scenarios has already begun at Fort Stewart and includes specialty tasks such as knowing how to use the “jaws of life” to extract a person from a mangled vehicle; extra medical training for a CBRNE incident; and working with U.S. Forestry Service experts on how to go in with chainsaws and cut and clear trees to clear a road or area.
    The 1st BCT’s soldiers also will learn how to use “the first ever nonlethal package that the Army has fielded,” 1st BCT commander Col. Roger Cloutier said, referring to crowd and traffic control equipment and nonlethal weapons designed to subdue unruly or dangerous individuals without killing them.
    “It’s a new modular package of nonlethal capabilities that they’re fielding. They’ve been using pieces of it in Iraq, but this is the first time that these modules were consolidated and this package fielded, and because of this mission we’re undertaking we were the first to get it.”
    The package includes equipment to stand up a hasty road block; spike strips for slowing, stopping or controlling traffic; shields and batons; and, beanbag bullets."
    no woman, no problems.

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    • #47
      What are you guys worried about? They are here to help ! I dont buy it for a second, when the time comes they will do exactly what they are told with out batting an eye. Katrina should be an eye opener, did any thing they wanted with NO **********.

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