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VERTICAL INTEGRATION ALERT: Air Force centralizes nuclear control under CFR commander October 3, 2010

Posted by scmla in False Flag Alert.
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Why is this article important? Global Strike puts ALL long-range Air Force nuclear assets under ONE command. In short, think of long range ballistic missiles and bombers under ONE command. Included in this command are Huey helicopters (as highlighted below) and mentioned by Joe in a Suspicious Activity Report earlier this weekend.



Included in this command is Minot AFB which “loses” nukes on occasion. As detailed in the SCMLA article here, the commanding officer of Global Strike is Lt. Gen. Frank G. Klotz, a former Rhodes scholar and member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Draw your own conclusions with that information.

This new nuclear command is now FULLY operational.

What do you know? All of this just in time for when the global elite are prepping for a false flag attack and the beginnings of a full out nuclear WWIII. This command sure has perfect timing of coming on-line in the middle of all of this.

— Silver


Global Strike command reaches full operational capability
US Air Force

October 1, 2010

BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, La. (AFNS) — Officials declared Air Force Global Strike Command to be at full operational capability Sept. 30, on schedule, and less than 14 months after its initial activation as a command.

To reach that milestone, the command accomplished more than 700 action items identified by the secretary and chief of staff of the Air Force in 2009, when they chartered Global Strike Command to strengthen the nuclear enterprise by aligning all Air Force long-range nuclear-capable forces under a single command.

Lt. Gen. Frank G. Klotz, the Global Strike Command commander, reported full operational capability status in a memorandum to the secretary and the chief of staff of the Air Force today.

Full operational capability status is the final step in any military unit’s stand up. Air Force Global Strike Command is the first completely new major command the Air Force has activated in more than 27 years.

“Our successful stand up was possible because of the commitment, innovative spirit, and sheer hard work of Global Strike Command Airmen,” General Klotz said.

“This talented team of professionals put in place all the functions of a major command while simultaneously executing those functions,” he said. “This unique challenge was a lot like building an aircraft while actually flying it.”

Prior to activation as a major command, what was then Air Force Global Strike Command, Provisional was launched in January 2009, at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C., under the leadership of then-Brig. Gen. James M. Kowalski, now a two-star general and the command’s vice commander.

General Kowalski has been nominated by the president, and confirmed by the Senate, for a third star and to become the next AFGSC commander when General Klotz retires next year.

The command was formally activated at Barksdale AFB on Aug. 7 2009, on the premise that no mission is more important than operating, maintaining, securing and supporting the nuclear enterprise, officials said.

Since then, according to General Klotz’s official memo, the command has established and manned a fully-functional headquarters. It also assumed responsibility for all units of both 20th Air Force, headquartered at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo., and 8th Air Force, headquartered at Barksdale AFB.

The command is fully engaged in long-range planning for the nuclear deterrence and global strike mission, now having in place a strategic master plan that aligns AFGSC with the larger Air Force strategic plan.

Global Strike Command assumes full responsibility for planning, programming and financial management activities Oct. 1, and will be lead for both sustainment and modernization of the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles operated out of F.E. Warren AFB; Minot AFB, N.D.; and Malmstrom AFB, Mont.; the B-52 Stratofortress nuclear-capable bombers here and at Minot AFB; and the B-2 Spirit nuclear-capable bombers at Whiteman AFB, Mo.; as well as UH-1N Huey helicopters.

The command has also established an inspector general function and has already conducted at least one major inspection at each of the command’s six operational wings, the general said.

Additionally, the command formed a crisis action team, as well as a response task force to deal with emergency situations and potential incidents.

Other command missions include targeting analysis at the 625th Strategic Operations Squadron at Offutt AFB, Neb., and the ICBM test launch operations of the 576th Flight Test Squadron at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.

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