Mysterious boom in FL

Mysterious boom in FL

Posted by: “Pat Rylance” prylance@netscape.com patrylance

Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:25 am (PDT)

Is there anyone reading this that may be able to explain this? My
concern regarding this is that we know the PTB have been in
preparation
along the New Madrid fault area…….. .could they be preparing
to deliberately create a false flag??? I hope I am wrong!!!
Pat

Subject: Re: MSM On Mysterious Boom in Florida

What’s strange is that the phenomena was reported in Flagler
County, north of Daytona Beach, which if it were localized, then
you wouldn’t have the video from the Tallahassee area, which
then rules out any activity in the Pinecastle or Lake George
Ranges. From the Tallahassee location to the Pinecastle Range
we’re talking a distance of approximately 180 miles. Which based
upon mathematical line of sight calculations would equate to an
altitude of a little over 21,000 feet for it to be
electronically generated, i.e., low-frequency radio wave.

hmmm…got me thinking…some may remember a while back I posted
about the military ops regarding the airborne jamming tests of
the GPS, and the two areas where the GPS signal was unusable,
near Jacksonville, and the White Sands Missile Range. Then
someone questioned the use of lasers and I found that the
military was doing some laser testing at the Pinecastle Range.

Presently there is a Central Altitude Reservation Notice to
Airmen out for that area.

!CARF 03/198 ZJX AIRSPACE PALATKA ONE MOA/R2910/R2907 EYE
HAZARDOUS LASER TRAINING ACTIVITIES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN THE
PALATKA ONE MILITARY OPERATION AREA, RESTRICTED AREAS R2910 AND
R2907 NON PARTICIPATING AIRCRAFT ARE ADVISED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF
THESE AREAS. SFC-FL230. 1300-2359 DAILY WEF
1103221300-11032423 59

Unclassified Excerpt
FACSFACJAXINST 3000.1E
CHAPTER EIGHT
PINECASTLE LASER OPERATIONS
801. LASER Operations at Pinecastle Impact Range
a. LASER Pre-Brief. Prior to lasing at Pinecastle Impact Range
(R-2910) clearance must be obtained from Pinecastle Control.
Pinecastle Range LASER Safety Officer shall perform a range
clearance check prior to scheduled LASER missions to ensure
there is no encroachment of civilian personnel or standing water
puddles in the vicinity of the selected target. Authorized
targets are the Red Box, SAM Site, Special Weapons (Main Bull),
Live Impact, Mini Convoy, Conventional Day/Night, and Laser
Evaluator System Target Board. All aircrews shall be familar with
LASER Hazard Zones and Firing Fans as delineated in the
FACSFACJAX Operations Manual. Upon Check-in with Pinecastle
Control for LASER Operations, aircrew will identify the type of
laser system to be used.

b. The conditions of the General Range Procedures and
Precautions for the safe use of airborne LASERs and ground-based
LASER sections of this chapter shall be met. Pinecastle Range
Complex LASER range is considered safe for both ground-based and
airborne LASER operations, with the following restrictions:
(1) For aircraft systems, only the aircraft-mounted LASER
systems listed in Figures 8-40 through 8-43 are permitted. The
LASER must be operated from aircraft against the target and
within the established firing fans illustrated in Figures 8-11
through 8-28.
(2) No unprotected personnel will be allowed within the LASER
hazard zone (outlined area) per Figures 8-11 through 8-39,
unless eyewear of the proper wavelength and Optical Density (OD)
are worn as specified in Figure 8-40 through 8-43.

802. Procedures and Precautions for Airborne Lasers
a. Pinecastle Range Complex LASER System Safety Officer (LSSO)
shall keep a log showing the date, time and number of firings.
b. The target and target area must be free of any specular
reflectors (mirrors, glass, still water, etc.).
c. The range boundaries must be posted to advise the public
of the presence of LASER operations.
d. Unprotected personnel shall not be allowed to view the LASER
beam or its specular reflection from within the beam’s
path and its associated buffer, with or without optics. Such eye
protection shall have curved lenses and an OD of six (6) or
greater at the LASER wavelength (OD of four (4) is adequate for
personnel in other aircraft). The eye protection is adequate to
protect personnel under all view conditions for the systems
listed in Figure 8-40 through 8-43.

———— end of excerpt—– ——-

 

 

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