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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Washington DC's New All Seeing Eye, It's Not Just On the Dollar Bill Anymore

A radar and weapons detection system largely designed for naval fleets is coming to the Washington D.C. area.
The Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System, nicknamed JLENS for people with things to do, is a blimp that is tethered to a cord and floated above a vulnerable area.
Sensors attached to the blimp are able to detect anything from cruise missiles and rockets to approaching tanks from hundreds of miles away.
The Army, in conjunction with U.S. Northern Command, will be conducting tests with the JLENS at Aberdeen Proving ground in Maryland. They are reportedly experimenting with affordable domestic missile shield technology.
JLENS can reach an altitude of 10,000 feet and stay aloft for 30 days at a stretch, and its 360 degree sensor package can scan the air, land, and sea for up to 340 miles, according to DefenseNews.
The system is produced by Raytheon.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-armys-giant-spy-blimp-is-coming-to-the-washington-area-2013-7#ixzz2aII73teq

Anybody got a Slingshot?
I guess we shouldn't have given al qaeda all those missles to use in Syria, didn't anyone put a disclaimer on them saying they were to be only used in Syria?
this is a test ..... right?
by the way, a hearty hello to all my friends at the NSA!

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