Russia puts 130 military centers on high alert – U.S. strategic bombers arrive at Diego Garcia in record numbers?

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October 2016RUSSIA / WEST Britain is sending tanks, drones and 800 troops to Estonia as part of the biggest military build-up on Russia’s borders since the Cold War. The soldiers will be sent to the Eastern European country and will be joined by forces from Denmark and France, according to Defense Secretary Michael Fallon. It comes a day after Russia unveiled chilling pictures of its largest ever nuclear missile – Satan 2 – which is capable of obliterating the UK.
Yesterday, Putin also reportedly launched an RS-18 ballistic missile, understood to be a test to see if it could defeat US defense systems. And today, 130 military centers were put on high alert in Russia and six surrounding countries for drills on the region’s ability to respond to attacks from the West. The United States hopes for binding commitments from Europe to fill four battle groups of some 4,000 troops, part of NATO’s response to Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea and concern it could try a similar tactic in Europe’s ex-Soviet states.  –Daily Mail

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Why we should all prepare for war: NATO continues its encirclement of Russia with additional troop deployments. How can this not be viewed by the Kremlin as anything but an act or war and a threat to Russia’s national security? Even U.S. Defense Secretary Carter said these latest deployments would not ‘lower tensions, they would raise them.’ 
900 troops to be stationed in Poland: Nine hundred US troops are to be sent to Eastern Europe next year as America’s troubled relationship with Russia enters new, uncertain territory. A US-led battle group of NATO allied soldiers will be sent to Poland as part of the multi-nation operation. Secretary Ash Carter confirmed the US would also send tanks, explosive experts and engineers. ‘This was a decision made by the alliance leaders in Warsaw. The US will lead a battalion in Poland and deploy an entire, battle-ready battalion task force of approximately 900 soldiers from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment based in Germany. ‘We will send a headquarters elements, three Stryker Maneuvers with mobile gun systems, artillery battery as well as any tank, explosive ordinance disposal or engineer capabilities.’
British forces will lead one of the four battle groups in Estonia, Canada will spearhead the presence in Latvia and Germany will be present in Lithuania. Here will be 4,000 allied soldiers deployed to the region in total. The US battalion will include troops from the UK and Romania and deploy to Orzysz, north east Poland, in April. Soldiers from the 3rd Squadron of 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, whose troops fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan, will lead the effort.
‘These moves do not lower tensions or restore predictability to our relations. ‘We are concerned about Russia’s behavior.’ It is the latest indicator of America’s fraught relationship with Russia and Vladimir Putin. Earlier this week images emerged showing Russians taking part in a nuclear war drill. Underground shelters have reportedly been built in preparation for a war against the West, with citizens warned such a conflict could be imminent. –Daily Mail

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Russian strategic missile troops reportedly launched an RS-18 ballistic missile on Tuesday. The launch may have been a test of the advanced hypersonic glider warhead, which would be able to defeat US anti-missile systems. The test was conducted at midday from a site near the town of Yasny, Orenburg region, in the southern Urals, and the warhead reached the Kura test range in Kamchatka in Russia’s Far East. “The test was a success. The warhead was delivered to Kura field,” the Defense Ministry reported.
Popular defense blog MilitaryRussia.ru says the launch was meant to test Russia’s hypersonic glider warhead, currently known by its developer designation, ‘object 4202’, or Aeroballistic Hypersonic Warhead. A select few countries are currently developing the technology. The US has the HTV-2, a device developed by DARPA that has two partially successful tests under its belt. The Chinese warhead using the same technology is called DF-ZF, with Beijing first confirming a test in 2014. India is also studying hypersonic flight technology, but unlike Russia, the US and China, it is reportedly not developing a strategic missile warhead.
A hypersonic glider vehicle (HGV) is different from a conventional ballistic missile warhead in that it travels most of the time in the stratosphere rather than in space. It gives an HGV-tipped missile greater range and may give anti-missile systems a shorter window to respond to an attack. More importantly, an HGV can maneuver during the approach to a target at high speed, making interception significantly harder, because it makes guiding an interceptor missile towards the attacking vehicle challenging and potentially impossible with current rocket technology. –RT

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Last Friday in this remote US military outpost on Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean (see image below), a US military private contractor who cycles through every nine days working on the island for ongoing maintenance of military hardware reported an enormous, unprecedented buildup of US Air Force bombers – both B-1’s and B-2’s. Some were painted flat black. On a related note, this past week the US Air Force was caught dressing up its warplanes disguised as Russian aircraft that would likely be used in false flag operations to blame Russia for aggression it didn’t commit. The civilian contractor on Diego Garcia stated that far more activity was witnessed than any time prior in the 9 years he’s been on the job there. He reports that under the tightest security the government has blocked off access roads and that so many warplanes have been assembled on the island that aircraft are now being parked on blocked off roads.
A count of over a dozen refueling tankers were sighted and flights were taking off on the average of every 15 minutes. He also observes the tent city that sprang up includes temporary barracks and hangars for both US Air Force and Navy personnel. His ex-Air Force coworker speculated that the ultra-tight security and sudden influx of so much activity is characteristic of top secret nuclear weapons movement. Speaking of which, the eyewitness also noticed that 6-8 US Navy vessels were offshore and the island docks were busily unloading countless pallets of bombs. Obviously sneaky Obama is up to something very big against his targeted cold war enemies potentially including nuclear powered Russia and China.  –Pravda

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9 Responses to Russia puts 130 military centers on high alert – U.S. strategic bombers arrive at Diego Garcia in record numbers?

  1. Joseph Sonny Skies says:

    Thanks for double checking into that Diego Garcia information Alvin! I think as far as nuclear war we are at the point of no return and what I mean is suppose two people with big cars want to play chicken and they start from opposite ends and both quickly gain speed to try to intimidate the other driver to chicken out but both are too stubborn to flinch. Suddenly both drivers realize they may have gone just a little too far and it’s too late to chicken out so they just slam the brakes but the momentum of the heavy cars barely slow as they smash into each other at high speed. We have reached the point where both sides are acting as much from fear as well as arrogance but it is too late to swerve out of the way now.

    • Sylvia says:

      Joesph this so so sad

      • Joseph Sonny Skies says:

        Yes, Sylvia. It is sad. Death and destruction are never good. It especially saddens me when I see the innocent children… However this war is a macrocosm of world society in general becoming amoral and Godless and concerned with the physical life while rejecting the higher purpose for which we have all been created. We are so distracted from the truth that darkness of spirits is covering the entire planet as an invading army that marches before it’s king enters to issue a proclamation of new rule…Unfortunately this king will be Satan…But he will be defeated by Jesus when the time is right..The benevolent and true King.

  2. Robert Seawright says:

    US Bombers are probably in the Indian Ocean because of the threat from North Korea,
    not Russia. Also Obama wants to act presidential, finally. Now or never.

    • Utopia: the Collapse says:

      Maybe; but the N.Korean threat is nothing new. As a matter of fact former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta once said ‘not a day goes by that we don’t think we’re going to war with North Korea.‘ The distance from Diego Garcia to Moscow is roughly about 8,300 km. The distance to N. Korea from the same base in closer to 10,500 km. When you’re talking about logistics and aerial-refueling, you tactically always want to take the closest route to your target. Besides, the U.S. has a base much closer to N.Korea in Guam which is roughly 3,400 km, or even Kadena.

      • Dennis E. says:

        Which is in reasonable range of some of their missiles (North Korea) they have launched in tests. I would not think The U.S. would put so much firepower consolidated like this for a strike on Russia. Strike on Russia? No, I just don’t see it.

      • Utopia: the Collapse says:

        I wouldn’t concentrate that much firepower in any one location – anywhere. However, these tactical wings do fly in squadrons and they have to be somewhere. Anywhere they are, they are a sitting duck if Russia knows about them. If they are there, you can bet Russian submarines are lurking nearby.

        It may just be a logistical re-positioning by the military.

    • Dennis E. says:

      Good observation point

  3. Robert Seawright says:

    Obama wants to act presidential, finally. Now or never.

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