When your internet goes out, how long before you get stir crazy?
This is communication is set up for aircraft, with passengers, so I can imagine you gather how important this is!
The outages are due to events labeled as “late notice from the Department of Defense of military exercises.”
Haven’t we seen these so called “military exercises” before big staged events in the past?
Our military is now interfering with flight safety, detection and surveillance up to 200nm off the East Coast,…..
Could this be a set up for another false flag event?
Is there something they are not telling us?
Will something be let through, and then blamed on the fact that it was a mistake, or not seen ( or ignored ) because of these exercises?
It seems like we have run through this exact scenario over and over again in the past.
September has just got even more interesting.
ATC radar info and on-board radar are meant to avoid collisions. These systems also detect aircraft approaching our coast. It is for safety and early warning system.
Maybe you are reading this article and are reminded back to previous false flag events, when “military exercises” were in progress, and real attacks were ignored.
It’s like advertising to the world, ‘our East Coast will be unsafe and less surveilled for the next month in case you want to stop by..’
TCAS, ADS-B Unreliable on East Coast During September ainonline.com
Read more about this topic at the forum defconwarningsystem.com
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