1. All six
people listed below are from Minot
2. All were directly involved as loaders or as pilots
3. All are now dead
4. All within the last 7 days in 'accidents' [Not all of them
seeing more than there is to this story. I
guess this is just another coincidence.
But no doubt
now that there will be more coincidences
in the near future because as I have stated before, you need about
fourteen signatures to get an armed nuke onto a B-52, and they may
have told their wives and friends.
wing on Minot Air Force Base, the 5th
Bomb Wing operates the B-52H Stratofortress aircraft to provide
global strike and combat-support capabilities to geographic
commanders. B-52 Stratofortress - Mission
Command's B-52 is a long-range, heavy
bomber that can perform a variety of missions...
It can carry nuclear or precision guided conventional ordnance with
worldwide precision navigation capability.]
AF Secretary Visits MAFB
14 Sep 2007 The top
civilian in the Air Force spent the afternoon at Minot Air Force
Base today. Michael Wynne, the Secretary of the Air Force, arrived
at the base about 1 PM to get a personal look at how
nuclear weapons are stored, protected, and handled. His
visit comes two weeks after a B-52 bomber loaded with six nuclear
warheads was flown
from Minot to Barksdale Air
deaths detailed below. This
appears to be very serious coverup--and Congress is VERY quiet
about it too!
since the "accident"
makes no sense:
some group began a rogue mission, even
mutiny or rebellion; if so, what was their target? This is
hard to fathom, for they would have been shot down instead, and too
mock drill that got out of hand; no way
these guys took off with a nuke on wing without key officers
disavowed, covert operation by a
secret military wing that was then "leaked" by some others that
knew; and are now dead and cannot testify. (The coverts ops
would treat any leak as "treason", to justify their deaths).
What was the operation's mission if this was the case?
these could conceivably explain why
Congress is silent about investigating this, which is impossible to
be a mere "accident", given all the fail-safe procedures outlined
in previous articles (at CLG news feed).
15 September 2007 at 1933 HRS EDT
Hal Turner Show
FOUR MILITARY MEMBERS INVOLVED IN
EXPOSING THE "ACCIDENTAL" MOVEMENT OF NUCLEAR BOMBS FROM MINOT AFB
TO BARKSDALE AFB ARE NOW DEAD
IN ADDITION, ONE AIR FORCE
MEMBER INVOLVED IN SECURITY FOR
THOSE BOMBS IS ALSO DEAD
I am working on confirming the
details but at this time I can
tell you I have information indicating these military members have
been killed. Check back later. . . . more details to follow
2028 HRS: Death of 1 Airman from Minot AFB CONFIRMED
HRS: Death of Husband & wife from
Barksdale AFB in "accident" confirmed
If anyone finds the name of the commander that was fired over
please let me know.
I looked for it, but since this whole thing is a "classified
i dont think its been published.
Also i find it strange that theres no mention of it on any official
im guessing cause its classified
Heres a bunch of stuff i found that may be worth glancing at.
#1 - Barrs died on July 5 (or 3rd?)
#2 - Kissel died on July 20
#3 - the nuke flight was on Aug 30
#4 - Frueh died around Sept 8
#5 - Blue died Sept 10
#6 - the couple that died on Sept 15 were from Barksdale AFB, not
Missing Airman declared dead
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D.
Andersen Air Force Base officials today (CST) announced that
Airman 1st Class Michael McDonald, 5th Maintenance Squadron, has
been declared dead after being reported missing in the waters off
Tarague Beach, Guam, since Jan. 26
Airmen respond rapidly during exercise
7/2/2007 - MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- Twenty-five members from
the 5th Bomb Wing and 91st Space Wing and 20th Air Force's top
leader responded to a fictional scenario during a Response Task
Force exercise here June 11.
Minot Airman identified Adam Barr
Senior Airman Adam
Barrs, 20, a communications navigation mission systems journeyman,
was assigned to the 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron where he was
responsible for maintenance and troubleshooting communication and
navigation mission systems on B-52H Stratofortresses.
Two Airmen were in the car when the accident occurred. One Airman
was killed and the other was injured.
Adam Barr was dead already as of june 6 2007 it appears to me ?
Minot Airman dies in motorcycle accident
7/18/2007 - MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- A first lieutenant from
Minot Air Force Base died in a motorcycle accident while on leave
in Tennessee July 17.
First Lt. Weston Kissel, 28, was assigned to the 23rd Bomb Squadron
as a B-52H Stratofortress pilot.
5th OG gets new commander
Minot AFB conducts rapid launch exercise
8/9/2007 - A B-52H Stratofortress takes off from here during a
eight-ship rapid-launch generation exercise on Aug. 9.
9/12/2007 - MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- An Airman from Minot Air
Force Base died while on leave,
visiting with family in Wytheville, Va., Sept. 10.
8/21/2007 - Airmen from the 5th Munitions Squadron inspect a joint
air-to-surface standoff missile here Aug. 17. See related links to
watch the video.
8/29/2007 - MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- A B-52H Stratofortress
from here flew a sortie testing a new joint air-to-surface standoff
missile Aug. 21
Missing Air Force captain found dead
He's identified as Capt. John Frueh, assigned to Headquarters, Air
Force Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, in the Florida
Argument ends in death, murder charges
PINELLAS COUNTY – Joshua Goodin is dead, and his
brother-in-law William Donahue is in the Pinellas County Jail
charged with second degree murder.
Dohahue, 21, of Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, was arrested by
Clearwater Police and charged with attempted murder on Sept. 12
after allegedly throwing Goodin, 25, of Tampa, over the railing of
a third-floor balcony at the Sea Stone Resort, 504 Gulfview Blvd.,
off topic, but related to remote control etc...
8/14/2007 - LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. (ACCNS) -- The
redesignation of the 83rd Network Operations Squadron Aug. 3
completed its transformation into the Air Force's newest high-speed
squadron dedicated to meeting the service's cyberspace mission.
The responsibilities of the 83rd are important because adversaries
" ... can not only use cyberspace in new asymmetrical ways, but can
actually make it fit their needs," said Dr. Lani Kass, special
assistant to the chief of staff of the Air Force and director of
the Air Force Cyberspace Task Force. "Cyberspace's edge for an
enemy is they can strike from a distance and at lightning speed -
at the stroke of a keyboard," she said.
The guys name who killed Airman Adam Barrs, the guys name who was
driving (that killed him) was
Stephen Garrett. There happens to be a Stephen Garrett at
Minot (maybe a coincidence ?)
5th Maintenance Squadron
Airman 1st Class Stephen Garrett
Dyess mourns loss of career aviator
8/8/2007 - DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (ACCNS) -- A 29-year-old
Dyess C-130 Hercules flight engineer died of natural causes Aug. 5
at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany.
Sergeant Link entered the Air Force in 1996. He served as a B-52
flying crew chief, a B-1 crew chief in the 7th Aircraft Maintenance
Squadron at Dyess, and an Air Force recruiter before retraining as
a flight engineer.
He said the reaction of Sergeant Link's death from those in the
317th Airlift Group was disbelief.
"Sergeant Link was physically fit," he said.
Cyber mission here, but picture still is out of focus
Two-star general headed to Barksdale to take over organizational
September 16, 2007
Until Air Force Secretary Michael Wynne flat-out says where Cyber
Command will be based,
Barksdale Air Force Base is just one of several suitors seeking the
hand of the service's next star.
Gulick said a two-star general, not yet named, will come to
Barksdale to take over the formative leadership role from Lt.
Gen. Robert J. Elder Jr.,
who will go back to running 8th Air Force.
And Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., once headquarters of Strategic Air
Command, and a base whose surrounding communities long again for
the days when it was a focus or world and national attention, also
is a suitor.
LIEUTENANT GENERAL ROBERT J. "BOB" ELDER JR.
19. April 2000 - September
2001, Deputy Director, NATO Reaction
Force Air Staff
, Allied Command
Europe, Kalkar, Germany
20. October 2001 - June 2003, Vice Commander, 9th Air Force, and
Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces, Shaw AFB,
Lt. Gen. Robert J. Elder is Commander, 8th Air Force, Barksdale Air
Force Base, La., and Joint Functional Component Commander for
Global Strike and Integration, U.S.
Strategic Command, Offutt
Neb. He also commands the
Air Force service component
headquarters for cyberspace, global strike and network operations,
and Strategic Command's bomber and
reconnaissance Task Force
Task Force 204 is responsible for monitoring all nuclear bomber,
reconnaissance and cruise missile generation operations.
Thanks to USNORTHCOM's involvement in heavily publicized missions
such as hurricane disaster relief efforts and wildland
firefighting, Elder is familiar with the command's defense support
to civil authorities. But this personal visit to the command gave
him a better feel for USNORTHCOM's requirements for space and
integrated missile defense, he said.
USNORTHCOM, created in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist
attacks, is charged with conducting operations to deter, prevent,
and defeat threats and aggression aimed at the United States, its
territories, and interests. The command also provides defense
support of civil authorities, including consequence management
operations, as directed by the President or Secretary of
6/5/2007 - MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- Command of the 5th Bomb
Wing turned over to a new leader June 5 in a ceremony held at Dock
Col. Bruce C. Emig
assumed command of the wing from Col.
Eldon A. Woodie, who retired the same day after 29 years of
Lt. Gen. Robert J. Elder Jr., 8th Air Force commander, officiated
the ceremony and noted daily excellence is and will continue to be
the standard at Minot Air Force Base under Colonel Emig.
The general added Colonel Emig knows Minot.
He was stationed here from 1999-2002. In February 2001, Colonel
Emig assumed command of the 23rd Bomb Squadron.
The ceremony also included a presentation of the colors by the base
and an unveiling of the 5th BW commander's B-52H Stratofortress
with Colonel Emig's name inscribed on the nose.
COLONEL BRUCE C. EMIG
Colonel Bruce C. Emig is commander of the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot Air
Force Base, North Dakota. He is responsible for providing
combat-ready B-52H aircraft, crews and associated combat support
for deterrence, crisis response, global power projection, major
theater war and maritime operations and Air and Space Expeditionary
Force deployments. He also serves as the installation
1999 DoD Executive Leadership Development Program, Washington
2001 Air War College (correspondence), Maxwell AFB, Ala.
8. February 2001 - July 2002, commander, 23d Bomb Squadron, Minot