24 April 2015 Coercion Code

A few days ago I posted this article which was making a number of links (and assumptions) that Jade Helm was linked to 5 Walmart stores closing for 6 months. So far so good….


The second part of the article made reference to surface to air missiles nestled in quiet Texas countryside near Lubbock. This is how it read…..

Jade Helm’s Dangerous Twist

Forty five miles south of Lubbock, Texas, lies this “new” Air Force facility. It has seemingly appeared in the middle of nowhere almost overnight.TEXAS SURFACE TO AIR 1

This Air Force facility is home to surface to air missiles which are pictured below. Ask yourself, why would a martial law drill (i.e. Jade Helm) need to include surface to air missiles located in the middle of a vast wasteland near Lubbock, Texas?

Surface to air missiles.
 Surface to air missiles located 45 miles Southeast of Lubbock, Texas.

But in a strange twist the reference to Lubbock Texas, and the Surface to Air Missiles sitting ready, appears to have little to no facts… I was contacted by a local in the area.

His email reads;

There are at least 3 of these sites south of Lubbock:

1. https://www.google.com/maps/@33.1057683,-101.665322,177m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

2. https://www.google.com/maps/@32.6275151,-101.2100492,355m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

3. https://www.google.com/maps/@32.9833264,-101.1541198,88m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

(#3 is the site mentioned above)

“My co-worker and I did a drive-by today, past the site nearest to Tahoka, Tx.  It is still “abandoned”, and the gate is wide open.  He showed me further photos of the site near Lake J. B. Thomas – when zooming, it is clear that the “missile launcher” is CLEARLY not real

(I’ll see if I can get him to send me the photos), and his photos were taken in 2008 – so these sites have existed for several years.  They are clearly marked as belonging to Dyess AFB (Abilene).  These are (were) clearly training areas.

I spent 8 years on active duty in the US Army, working in Telecommunications.  Much of the equipment at these sites is familiar to me.  We also had satellite training sites similar to these in SE Arizona.  The military likes these as they provide much more realistic training than you get if you never leave the reservation.

BTW – it would be a punishable act under the Uniform Code Of Military Justice (UCMJ) to leave any armaments of any kind unsupervised.  No officer would want to end their career by leaving missles or rockets with active warheads out in the open on an unmanned site.”

Residents near Post,TX can breathe a sigh of relief. According to officials at the Dyess Air Force base, missiles that were noticed south of lake Alan Henry are dummy missiles used for training. 

After hearing from multiple viewers who claimed to have seen missiles south of Post, EverythingLubbock.com sent a reporter to investigate. He discovered that there are three missiles standing on what appears to be a vehicle.

Additionally, there are multiple other military vehicles at the location which was simply identified as a “US Air Force Installation.” Our reporter spoke with Public Affairs at Dyess Air Force base who confirmed that the location is theirs and said it was used for training.

The original article can be found by CLICKING HERE

Tuesday, officials told our reporter that the fenced off location near Highway 1269 was a training facility. The new statement on Wednesday revealed more specifics about what they call a “Threat Emitter site.”

US Air Force Tech Sergeant Joshua Jasper wrote that it is a small site similar to a training location near Snyder. They are used to “replicate threat signals in a training environment that our aircrews may encounter in support of combat operations.”

He wrote yesterday and sent some photos of the Missile Site

 Here are the photos of the Lake JB Thomas site (near Snider) in 2008.  Hardly popped up “overnight”.

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He went on to explain

“Along with the link to the local Lubbock TV (KAMC) station’s report, and the satellite imagery, this should give you enough to do your story – hopefully about how your contributors should do a better job of vetting their stories before reporting rumor to you as fact…
I was actually pleasantly surprised that the Dyess Public Affairs office actually sent a detailed explanation of the sites to the TV station.  It is failure to reassure local citizens with reasonable explanations (when asked) that throw fuel on the fires of distrust.”