Here’s a little something to set your hearts all a twitter. It isn’t bad enough that those in charge of Security for the Fatherland have decided that American Sheep don’t have the appropriate fear of Gawd in them, now they intend to show how a single person with a shoulder fired weapon can bring down a commercial passenger plane.
For those of you with your heads up your own or someone else’s ass since the Russians invaded
So now, in order to “train our Fatherland” protectors, we’re going to show via the media, just how easy it is to bring down a passenger jet by allowing one room temperature IQ’d moron to roughly aim and pull a trigger.
Of course, this is just an exercise in training by people who will never have access to Stingers (for some reason the military insists that only they use them). But now we need to have the media provide coverage of how some nut can bring down a plane.
I can’t wait for the sequel:
I.E.D.’s along Our Highways
Watch as Fox Noise shows you how your children’s school bus could become a target for attack rabbits!
(The event is scheduled for June 6th and 7th. Hmmm? Doesn’t that date ring a bell?)
Disaster training exercise set at airport
By A.J. Panian
Saturday, May 17, 2008
"Operation Terminal Stinger" is scheduled for June 6 and 7 at the facility near Latrobe. The exercise is required by the Federal Aviation Administration and will feature a scenario in which a terrorist cell will down an aircraft with a shoulder-fired missile.
The drill will involve various equipment and about 150 volunteers from more than 40 local, county, state and federal aviation, emergency response and law enforcement agencies. It is being coordinated by the Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety and the Region 13 Task Force.
"Due to the high visibility of the training exercise, we are asking that the public be informed and aware that any activities or events they may witness on or around the airport on those dates are purely stated dramatizations, not real emergencies," said Dwayne Pickels, Westmoreland County Airport Authority spokesman.
Pickels also stressed that the airport will remain open and all terminal and flight operations will continue throughout the exercise.
The exercise will begin with a media event to be held at 4 p.m. June 6. Drill exercises will begin at 7:30 a.m. June 7.
The event is funded through the Region 13 Task Force with U.S. Department of Homeland Security training grant money and fully complies with the requirements of the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program.
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