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File: 78f9e0d58c79858⋯.png (1.82 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 2018-06-12 (4).png)

20f163 No.1720994

This from the Fox13 News Channel

Skunkbay

Sure looks like a missile.

9c83f3 No.1721171

seems a bit "off".

shouldn't the exhaust be centered?


c07060 No.1721320

>>1721171

If you look carefully, the exhaust has a very dark side which completes the symmetry. If you have a laptop, try tilting the screen.

Never seen a 'dark exhaust' or 'shaded exhaust' before, though. Needs a reality check, anyone familiar with lighting effects of exhaust plumes in rockets?


0d79fa No.1721374

File: 4c723921d62920b⋯.jpg (254.65 KB, 720x540, 4:3, cc3438_d105dc90ec07482c890….jpg)

>>1720994

Q mentioned watch the weather.

Could it be a HAARP weapon?


e216bd No.1721747

File: b119ade4d13f2f9⋯.png (559.12 KB, 750x1334, 375:667, 5C0191F2-955A-45A8-8B10-4B….png)

>>1720994

Same pic as Q posted

https://www.fifthdomain.com/cyber/2018/06/08/chinese-hackers-steal-sensitive-navy-program-data/


5f7eaf No.1721798

The link below is from the folks that run the Skunk Bay Weather cameras.

>>1718290

http://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2018/06/was-there-unannounced-missile-launch-on.html


aa2cfe No.1723070

>>1721798

No longer in that blog - it's been pulled?


42e011 No.1723225

>>1721747

That’s concerning no? Why do that?


a7d3cd No.1723736

>>1721747

Anon, you nailed it. Let me help with the rest of the pieces. Trump Tweeted today twice and the letters I and P were missing.

IP=Intelectual Property. Who is responsible for stealing IP?

CHINA.

In the past Q mentioned Rogue. I have assumed he meant agent\agency. But then I looked into the location of this missile launch and noticed Boeing was near there. Boeing and China have made some MAJOR financial moves and working on Anti Defense Missiles. Someone at Boeing go Rogue? Hacked?

This picture of a missile DEFINITELY looks to be something like anti defense missiles, but not ICBM. Then I found this… https://www.popsci(dot)com/chinas-new-ramjet-engine-triple-range-missiles#page-5

2+2 = China is working with Boeing (Rogue) and took a shot at something (Perhaps AF1?)

The only problem is we don't know if this was an attack or if it was defense. Technically speaking it could be used either way.

If defense then just anti defense missle firing at a hacked Boeing Missile from one of our subs?

If offense Boeing and China taking a shot at AF1? Or another target?


966c19 No.1723771

File: 4bc5e73572286d5⋯.png (11.29 KB, 220x160, 11:8, 220px-En_Gimbaled_thrust_d….png)

>>1721171

Could be vectored thrust


ed5bb3 No.1723848

File: 556e54be188d6e3⋯.png (166.26 KB, 2000x1452, 500:363, 2000px-En_Gimbaled_thrust_….png)

>>1723771

Bigger, try to get pad your image with context…


966c19 No.1724190

>>1723848

I was phonephagging. Thanks for the assist anon!


20f163 No.1729323

File: c773ab701bf6c72⋯.png (1.11 MB, 1850x1485, 370:297, 2018-06-12 (5).png)

>>1720994

Image crop and zoom 5x.

Military/Missile Anons missile type id?


89a2b7 No.1731343

Wow, new star wars JEDI SWORD. It reaches ground from high altitude, imagine the tall hero. LOL

or is it a new LAARP weapon?


07e9ce No.1733980

>>1729323

The missile was launched upwards at 4am local time. Camera was looking North/NortEast.

Sunlight from early morning at that lattitute was illuminating the contrail form the missile from the east. The West facing side of the contrail is harder to see and dark because of it, that is why it looks weird and misaligned, but in fact the missile is perfectly centered above the contrail column.

I would posit that this contrail is caused by a solid fuel rocket booster, similar to the two white large boosters used in the space shuttle.

Additionally, I have been told that standard missiles do not leave contrails like this after launch. So either it is another missile (sea dragon?, SM-6?) or it could be a rogue launch of a Trident D5 from puget sound (really scary if true because it means SLBM launch codes were spoofed and the nation/world would be in GRAVE danger).

Another comment to be made here is that it looks like the missile was angled to go towards the NorthEast direction at a very steep angle, supporting the idea that it would be targeting a spot somewhere in Canada/north america through which AF1 would be flying through that morning on the way to Singapore.

If the missile was targeting moscow or some such the angle of ascent should be much more shallow.

We need confirmation about a Trident D5 being missing from the SLBM arsenal - you can't hide this. And prosecution by any means of whoever has done this needs to happen fast and at any means to prevent further attempts.


c5cf05 No.1734674

File: ba217da961ca785⋯.jpg (434.37 KB, 800x4200, 4:21, Q_Whidbey_island_missile_g….jpg)


30026d No.1735354

File: b0c10a733f16ac0⋯.jpg (7.29 MB, 4128x3096, 4:3, 20180613_155050.jpg)

Older pilots map of area where missile launched.

I will get picture of updated map as soon as I can. Whidbey NAS, Paine Field, Boeing International and SEATAC International ALL cannot see this area according to map.


80ea91 No.1735808

>>1733980

Anyone check eam.watch for skykings near that time frame?


80ea91 No.1735873

File: 78bd5d6f90539e6⋯.png (67.33 KB, 1381x983, 1381:983, Skunk Bay Skykings.png)

Nevermind, doesn't appear to have any correlation.


30026d No.1736208

File: c418dfe26023032⋯.jpg (457.71 KB, 714x929, 714:929, 20180613_165959.jpg)

Screen shot to get an idea how easy and well hid the submarine was.

If AF1 wasn't the intended target, then it was Seattle is my conclusion.

Missile was deployed in early AM.


945ac5 No.1736315

TWA flight 800 in 1996 hundreds of people say they saw a missile. It was a cover up. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/sciencetech/video-1706342/Video-Tracker-shows-aircraft-Skunk-Bay-time-rocket-launch.html


30026d No.1736475

File: 2fe98f47ac12c04⋯.jpg (102.64 KB, 800x656, 50:41, Trident_I_C-4_missiles.jpg)

File: e7a7ace2311d12b⋯.jpg (48.84 KB, 800x997, 800:997, 800px-Trident_C4_first_lau….jpg)

File: c3f0944e9a93e7e⋯.jpg (117.19 KB, 800x965, 160:193, 800px-Trident_II_missile_i….jpg)

Very easy to launch a SLBM and di-out into the Pacific Ocean from Skunk Bay area. Not unusual for Ohio class submarines to be seen in these protected waters. Bangor submarine base just to the south of Skunk Bay.

How do we get Red October to surrender?

If 2 Tridents were launched, an Ohio has 22 more on standby.

This should be a top priority.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Submarine_Base_Bangor

It is not a helicopter, laser, sunlit contrails, or other such nonsense.

It is a missile and we need to get on this.

Skunk Bay cameras (4) all point northerly.

Come on Anons!

Missilefags start digging!

If we have a Red October controlled by Clowns, we have a serious shit-storm. Clowns know our methods and our comm processes.

Think, how do we get them to surrender?

How can we message patriot crew?

Think about the movie, but reverse the situation. Clowns rouge control comms, crew oblivious to situation, sub in their control?


aadd1a No.1736477

>>1736208

That area is heavily populated and a heavy traffic corridor..especially in the summer. (at least the spot you pinned). And I concur that right in that area is the most likely spot for the OHIO class sub in the photo. The OHIO class subslive right around the corner in bangor.


80ea91 No.1736750

http://q13fox.com/2018/06/11/missile-launch-lens-flare-mysterious-object-spotted-over-whidbey-island-raises-questions/

Greg Johnson of Skunk Bay Weather was looking through the pictures snapped by a weather camera on the Kitsap Peninsula when he spotted a photo with a mysterious object. The picture - snapped at 3:56 a.m. Sunday by a high-quality, 20-second exposure camera - shows a bright orange streak in the early morning sky over Whidbey Island.

Johnson told Q13 News he was hesitant to release the photo.

Mostly, because it appears to be a missile launched from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.

So, that explains the ridiculously long exhaust, a 20-second time-lapse photograph.


30026d No.1737000

For it to be a helicopter, the streak and fuselage would need to be reversed. YES?

Helicopter N952AL was traveling northerly. Skunk Bay cam 2 took the picture.

Am I off?

See article that "debunks it".

http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/21461/lets-talk-about-that-mysterious-rocket-launch-over-whidbey-island-photo-from-washington

No way a helicopter can travel that far that fast, these Coast Guard helicopters are slow.


30026d No.1737045

Think about altitude too, it would have to be really high for it to be that small.

Clouds would obscure.

Most of these helicopters travel at a low altitude.


30026d No.1737079

From Skunk Bay blog:

https://skunkbayweather.blogspot.com/2018/06/missile-launch-on-whidbey-island.html?m=1


30026d No.1737243

https://www.bitchute.com/video/oDSIuFZio3zO/

http://q13fox.com/2018/06/11/missile-launch-lens-flare-mysterious-object-spotted-over-whidbey-island-raises-questions/


9828d6 No.1738118

if u google 'missile launch long exposure' you'll find several photos that look extremely similar. a long narrow band w uniform brightness for a tail


a3f630 No.1738575

File: 1426a4e00b78aa1⋯.png (2.05 MB, 1866x1540, 933:770, 1.png)

Here's the time-lapse leading up to the missile…

https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1006681031569625088/pu/vid/1280x720/xSJMeIQNUAAwYJ2N.mp4?tag=3

Photos appear to be taken every ≈40s and were at a 20s exposure, so there's a dead space of about 20s between each frame… would explain why we don't see the trail from the ground.

Recommend downloading and going frame by frame at the end. There is nothing visible in the clouds before the "missile" streaks past.

Mapped it out and there's no way it was the airliner. Flight path from the Air Ambulance company does match; however, it's odd that we do not see the heli through any other breaks in the clouds in the moments leading up.


a3f630 No.1738602

^Also, from looking at the photo, the missile's trajectory appears to be heading South-Southeast. I do not think *this* missile was headed towards AF1 over Alaska.

It seems more likely that it was heading towards Seattle which would have given the military just minutes to respond. Sounds like a pretty gnarly FF to me… nuke a major city on a Sunday before most of us have woken up.


2e53e3 No.1739235

File: d377283c22a490f⋯.jpg (1.28 MB, 2400x3761, 2400:3761, EKV_prototype_launch.jpg)

>>1729323

Missile's 'color stripe' and general shape doesn't match that of a Trident II, the current US SLBM. If anything it more resembles a PLV, a relatively recent US ABM system (See Pic). That said, given the low resolution of the image it's hard to accurately classify the vehicle type beyond a guided missile of some kind.

There's some unsettling things though with this event, this missile is inside the detection zone of the early warning radar at Beale AFB, as well as those fancy multi-spectrum missile launch detection satellites the US and Russia have in space. You're really going to tell me nothing picked this up? since clearly no double flash event was realized the only answers remaining are that our systems are comped (not showing full Intel picture: Very bad for US Space command), event is classified and 'never happened', or it wasn't a rocket; only #2 sort of fits but even if that is the case, this is the sort of thing that makes the red phone in the white house ring.

As talk of this picks up we'll likely see a statement that the missile was 'indeed a training exercise' of some sort, but given the lack of warning, q's posts, as well as the strange event in Hawaii not that long ago; if someone is launching rogue nukes we're really in deep shit. That said, if they really wanted to nuke the USA, they'd be better off just putting one in a container ship and sailing it into a large port; so why bother with the missiles at all? Too many questions from this one.


f4145a No.1739662

File: 97d21e4a7267fe4⋯.jpg (289.72 KB, 1456x908, 364:227, 483f7b6953ddb59b1556aaca1c….jpg)

File: a1af33fa177cc1a⋯.jpg (118.46 KB, 989x549, 989:549, suppose.jpg)

File: 432ff316977f5b5⋯.jpg (52 KB, 802x361, 802:361, lilhelper.jpg)

I'm dropping my loose theory on RR's connection going by dates. There's more in the crumbs on 2/23 about [phase 2] being tied to NK.

Q's prior misuse of the word "suppose"

And for shits a post from a "helperanon" who had been posting about the g7 summit just prior to Q's return.


1e8ab1 No.1740296

The expanding v-shaped exhaust trail is missing and the path is almost too straight and too vertical in my opinion compared to actual submarine launch videos. It is possible the helicopter searchlight story holds water. I think Q was referencing something else.


fb700c No.1740765

>>1738575

That's the line I came up with too. I'm pretty sure it launched from Skagit Bay or Saratoga passage south of Whidbey NAS. Skagit Bay gets relatively shallower towards the NAS so I think Saratoga Passage between Oak Harbor and Coupeville is the best bet. Plenty deep there and just aways from Bangor. They're supposed to go in and out of the Sound on the surface but I know they move around the Sound submerged too. The Island is heavily forested so many wouldn't see it even if they were awake and there was a very small window of time it was visible. I don't see how it could be anything other than a missle from a submerged launch. If it looks like a missile and flies like one it probably is one. I concur it probably wasn't a Trident although that's just a guess on my part.


152cba No.1740831

File: 9344dc820adfc4f⋯.jpg (19.34 KB, 502x335, 502:335, sx16withgimbal_large.jpg)

File: d78d4eb5a8ce4b7⋯.jpg (147.42 KB, 800x530, 80:53, O0Kqz6u.jpg)

File: 5da1f7794525031⋯.jpg (145.77 KB, 800x530, 80:53, CVDnyVz.jpg)

Here's a typical helo searchlight.

http://www.spectrolab.com/searchlights/products/prod_sx16_ns.html

Check the data sheet and.it's 30-40 million candlepower.

With any atmospheric haze/fog, there's be a cone of visual haze beneath the alleged helo.

It would also light up the ground beneath it. Are we seeing the surface of the lake illuminated?

Also, the most recent claims are the pilot was using NVG.

Anyone who has used NVG (including gen3+) knows that a flashlight in the area will overwhelm the visual field. There was enough light scatter to illuminate the body of whatever it was. That would swamp NVG.

We have the atmospheric data so know roughly where the scattered deck was. It's also common for EMS to fly somewhere in the 1000-2500' range, so there should be a pretty good trail of light on the ground/surface of the water under its path.

Here are.beamshots of some guys 70000 lumen HID light in fog. The NightSuns are similar (think of night usage by police departments). Color temps are bluer and the beam.does diverge (it's not straight like a "laser beam"

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?395489-14-quot-70-000-lumen-spotlight-project-(with-beamshots)&p=4716058&viewfull=1#post4716058

Not saying it's impossible, but mighty strange


6404ab No.1741868

File: c15796d7edda7b9⋯.png (524.07 KB, 660x404, 165:101, SM-6.png)

Hypothesis: Clowns, posing as Chinese, hack into SM-6 (Sea Dragon) launch and targeting system (development/test version) at contractor's location, linked in real-time to test missile aboard a sub preparing to head for the test range (vs. hacking directly into sub's systems, but also possible). For development/test, the cyber safeguards are less than what a fully operational, deployed weapon would have. What would normally be a routine system status ping/response is altered to transfer target data and launch timing/activation, in order to threaten/kill a certain 747 at a certain time (POTUS/AF-1 on a covert westward route or Shinzo Abe's JSDF 747).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RIM-174_Standard_ERAM

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a21248858/navy-sea-dragon-chinese-hackers/


17b8bb No.1742279

Look at the Sound.

It's lit up.

Sea/undersea launch.

Altitude vs size.

HUGE MISSILE


17b8bb No.1742383

We need to go back and look at ALL previous MISSILE drops. Q left us the answer.

Cum-on DIG.

This got super real.


17b8bb No.1742390

Avoid all "this ain't a missile talk" or such.

It's unproductive.

Such as lasers, or flashlights.


17b8bb No.1742444

https://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/systems/d-5-pics.htm


17b8bb No.1742514

File: 14297f3a42d29fe⋯.gif (143.39 KB, 504x756, 2:3, trident_d5_2_l.gif)

Trident D5


17b8bb No.1742536

1)If the exhaust is stretched-out due to long exposure (20sec.), so would rocket fuselage/body. Still huge rocket.

2)Our work here could save an entire city.


a2dba8 No.1742651

>>1740765

I believe it even more after looking at long shutter pics of helos with their spotlights on. You still see all the other lights on the heli, they're not blown out like some suggested. Also, we should see the surface of the lake illuminated by the spotlight. We do see a slight glow that's more consistent with a rocket higher up.

Additionally, the medivac company did not provide any specific details about the flight path. Many times aircraft don't actually fly exactly direct routes to their destination.

It would be helpful if we could get a copy of any additional photos taken from the time lapse as well as any security or webcams that may have been in the area.

We should also look into how the missile might have been stopped. There could still be pieces of it in a lake somewhere.


0b56e8 No.1743838

File: dff887c8e22798d⋯.png (301.24 KB, 633x731, 633:731, vectoring.png)

>>1723848

This explanation holds water only if it the thrust began to be vectored exactly at the final frame of the 20 second exposure (which would be the only reason the "missile" appears sharp at all).

I'm not convinced.


a29ed2 No.1746493

Mostly lurker, newishfag here.

Its a missile. Intended for AF1.

That was launched from off the coast of Washington state somewhere. Intended to be blamed on the Chinese to start WWIII. The pic Q posted from AF1 was of the missile incoming, likely just before it was taken out.

This all from "famefag" deceptionbytes on YT.

I think the timelines roughly line up?

Worth digging moar?


35204a No.1748480

File: 123b089a854a08e⋯.jpg (27.69 KB, 640x388, 160:97, 6acc2e7d6be219cd45e78fc7e3….jpg)

File: dbc20d6d7aa5e4c⋯.jpg (94.59 KB, 999x666, 3:2, dbc20d6d7aa5e4cbde931c380d….jpg)

File: 1b8fe8b753c243d⋯.jpg (18 KB, 319x240, 319:240, SLBM_sm.jpg)

File: b78c0737207e926⋯.gif (17.94 KB, 590x422, 295:211, d5_12.gif)

This is the helicopter N952AL.

NO SEARCHLIGHT.

1)It's an ambulance bird.

So end that spotlight talk, get to the missile. Ya all think Q would have shown us a helicopter doing a routine job?

2) Puget Sound isn't a lake. It's a large saltwater body that feeds/empties into the Pacific Ocean.

3) Ohio class subs ONLY facility for the entire Pacific Ocean is here.

4)Subs travel on surface in Sound, seeing one is not unusual.

5)Red October was a film about a sub taken over by a rouge captain, why did Q mention Red October?

6)Why did Q show an Ohio in Puget Sound?

7)How do you hack a sub or it's capabilities?

8)Ohio class subs are the 3rd largest subs into the world. The other 2 are Russian.

9)altitude, size, shape, long exposure photo, all confirm missile.

10)Helicopter has wrong colors and markings to be confused to be a missile in the photo.

There is more to this than we are seeing.

Go back and re-read all missile drops.

A rogue Ohio is your worst nightmare.

Remember, "comms dark" then Q posts shortly after.

The sub is still loose and it's not talking.

How can we comm with it?

How do we get to the crew, not all can be bad actors.

My "guess" is clowns are joyriding and taking pot shots. They control the comma. Sub crew doesn't know what is happening.

One more thing. No sub EVER tests in the Sound EVER. It's too populated. It's location for shooting missile seems to have many reasons for doing so. Shelter, hide in plain sight, close to target, confirmation of hit easy, and on and on.

Do a timeline: POTUS/AF1 vs launch. Remember time zones matter. Confirm against Skunk Bay photo time stamp (PST).

Hawaii wasn't a drill or accident.

2 missiles launched

2 missiles splashed

Get fucking busy boys and girls.

Ohio still has 22 more shots in the chamber assuming they launched a SLBM.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Submarine_Base_Bangor

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohio-class_submarine

https://www.naval-technology.com/features/featuredeep-secret-secure-submarine-communication-on-a-quantum-level/

https://www.naval-technology.com/projects/ohio/

https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/the-ohio-class-guided-missile-nuclear-submarine-is-one-1713642363


a5fae8 No.1748943

File: bf33413ed34fd0f⋯.png (944.21 KB, 2546x1672, 67:44, Screen Shot 2018-06-14 at ….png)

>>1748480

Attached is a photo from the underside of the same heli. The company stated that the searchlight was retracted into it's compartment and turned on.

Regardless, I still do not buy that it could have been a heli. We shouldn't be able to see the "missile" and there are no indications of Nav/Strobe/Beacon lights. They also never posted exact times of when the heli was passing through or the actual flight path.


f4145a No.1749627

Shipyard and Naval Base in Bremerton put on lockdown today

http://mynorthwest.com/1019901/police-explosive-device-bremerton-shipyard/


7a25d9 No.1752430

Search "helicopter long exposure" & "Missile long exposure".

There isn't even one helicopter pic that would come close vs. many missile pics that are same.

None.

Where are the port and starboard lights?

Where are the rotors?

Tail lights?

Where is the orange and black paint?

Why does the "spot light" streak end at the tail not on the nose of the "helicopter"?

Why is the streak going from north to south, when the helicopter N952AL, was headed north bound?

None of these thing support the helicopter narrative.

Nothing.


f99d11 No.1752770

Rampant cencorship on 4chan for this missile


d1032c No.1754182

Ok i need someone to tell me if I'm being retarded. In the 30s webm, some anons were claiming a star was actually the helicopter. It wasn't. It was a star. Figured this out by showing a few dimmer stars moving at the same rate.

My point now is that I just realized the stars were moving left to right across the video. The sun rises in the east. If the camera is facing north like everyone keeps saying, why are the stars moving left to right(west to east)?

Wtf would this even imply?


1e8ab1 No.1754840

File: 71887cc6d1c1b49⋯.jpg (505.55 KB, 1024x758, 512:379, THAAD-Launch.jpg)

The trajectory makes this look more like a THAAD launch. Perhaps this is the missile that intercepted the threat launched elsewhere. There should be plenty of place to park a THAAD launcher along that sight line, and it stands to reason we would have them in the vicinity of Bangor. Just a theory. All the pics and long-exposure shots of missile launches I have found are curved trajectories, except THAAD.


6404ab No.1754933

File: ab70a57b9884c70⋯.png (191.05 KB, 528x516, 44:43, PugetMissileCompare.png)


7881ee No.1756150

Think about this drop:

Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: ec346b No.339775 📁

Feb 11 2018 15:37:17 (EST)

>>339583

Ask yourself, why is NK participating in the O-games this year?

Ask yourself, why is the 'sister' w/ Pence?

Ask yourself, if controlled, how might you protect yourself and look for a way out?

Ask yourself, what is a distraction?

Ask yourself, why did Korea come together as a country v N&S?

Ask yourself, what occurred in Asia (ref pics) just prior to the O-games?

Ask yourself, what does FREED mean?

Ask yourself, do we want a WAR?

Ask yourself, who is trying to start a WAR?

Ask yourself, if a missile was launched by rogue actors, what would be the purpose?

Ask yourself, what would/should immediately start a WAR?

Ask yourself, would the PUBLIC understand the following statement: "Rogue actors (Clowns/US former heads of State) initiated a missile launch in order to 'force' the US into a WAR/conflict against X?"

Be the autists we know you are.

Those who cannot understand that we cannot simply start arresting w/o first ensuring the safety & well-being of the population, shifting the narrative, removing those in DC through resignation to ensure success, defeating ISIS/MS13 to prevent fail-safes, freezing assets to remove network-to-network abilities, kill off COC to prevent top-down comms/org, etc etc. should not be participating in discussions.

Q


7881ee No.1756239

File: 7cc8833aebd128f⋯.jpg (42.68 KB, 800x620, 40:31, THAAD_missile_launch_on_Wa….jpg)

File: 59b1cafb16acd54⋯.jpg (53.68 KB, 800x533, 800:533, Two_THAAD_launchers_arrivi….jpg)

File: 4f8258b06ef2784⋯.jpg (98.93 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, thaad_missile_diagram.jpg)

Cannot be THAAD.

THAAD is land vehicle launched.

No way could be launched even from beach.

No access, beach wouldn't support such vehicle and makes more sence to have it a Whidbey NAS,…So?

Not same size, not same in any real way.

This was a sea/undersea launch.

It may have been destroyed by a THAAD from Alaska if AF1 was target, but I suspect Seattle was target.

They are desperate.

We the People do not matter to them.


7881ee No.1756427

SM-6 is surface vessel launched.

No surface vessel in sight.

It also would have destroyed the helicopter that was in the vicinity as well as possibly destroying the passenger aircraft that were in close proximity.

It's big, but not as big as the missile in photo.

Although, they have launched SM-6 from land, there isn't any facility at Whidbey NAS for ANY missiles. Whidbey NAS confirmed, they didn't launch anything.

https://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/products/sm-6/

It does have similar charictistics though, I will admit.

I believe they are limited range too.

A SLBM targeting Seattle or surrounding area would launch straight up, as in photo.

They deploy warhead in space and free-fall to target. Angled launches are for much distant targets. Getting in close to target also increases success rate and allows a confirmation of kill. Being distant increases chance for opposing force to destroy missile.

https://youtu.be/htnUDjtemqw

There is another possibility, that it is a different type of sub than an Ohio. It would then have different capabilities.

But, Q posted an Ohio, so I'm a bit skeptical it is something other than an Ohio.


7881ee No.1756478

http://navynews.co/2018/06/12/what-is-the-navys-secret-sea-dragon-weapon/

Short range, small blast radius, anti-aicraft, supersonic.

Doesn't really seem to fit the profile, but could it be outfitted into a sub and "test" fired? It is a SM-6 allegedly.


1e8ab1 No.1756525

>>1756239

The streak does not necessarily originate from the water. It could have been fired from the landmass in the background


7881ee No.1756548

File: 11fabe3606f1e95⋯.jpg (232.12 KB, 649x723, 649:723, 20180615_005011.jpg)

The land in the background is Whidbey island.

Look at the Sound below the missile.

It's lit up.

The attached photo is 180 mile radius from Skunk Bay. I can't see it being a SM-6 as the range is 180 miles, so I doubt it was a SM-6 to take out AF1. Otherwise, if it was for a local plane, it would have hit it. SM-6 are supersonic. No way to destroy it with another missile, and we don't have fancy pants laser weapons up at Whidbey NAS or Kitsap/Bangor.


7881ee No.1756600

File: 152f140e9189cbf⋯.gif (5.18 MB, 845x455, 13:7, 5620fb219dd7cc70408b748f.gif)

File: 578a7f64800ca9b⋯.gif (6.66 MB, 1105x588, 1105:588, 5480b80becad0428370964e1.gif)

File: 5629b11735bb482⋯.png (28.82 KB, 538x357, 538:357, thaad-amanda.png)

Look hard at Gulag Maps. Whidbey island doesn't have launch facilities and it's not an easy place to navigate a giant mobile launcher. It just impractical. The beach access is limited and wet sand. Great for clams. Not so good for a multi-ton launcher. Seems to me THAAD needs support too. Who is going to support the clowns?


7881ee No.1756604

What would immediately start a war?

Blow up a major city.


5b1794 No.1756623

File: 735daaf217783e1⋯.png (100.2 KB, 454x340, 227:170, ClipboardImage.png)

You know, I wonder how many Anti-American forces are looking at this page right now going, "Oh, hey! I didn't know that!"

"This is good Intel!"


7881ee No.1756677

This isn't HRCs server. All of the information is public domain. If this "helps" team retard they can't do fuck all anyways.


7881ee No.1756694

Dont waste useful board space with useless commentary. We almost lost a large American city while it was sleeping and potentially have a rouge Ohio roaming with 22 more kills in the tubes.

Be helpful or fuck off.


d3ce68 No.1757003

ICBM's go straight up into the ionosphere.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercontinental_ballistic_missile

Boost phase: 3 to 5 minutes; it is shorter for a solid-fuel rocket than for a liquid-propellant rocket; depending on the trajectory chosen, typical burnout speed is 4 km/s (2.5 mi/s), up to 7.8 km/s (4.8 mi/s); altitude at the end of this phase is typically 150 to 400 km (93 to 249 mi).

Midcourse phase: approx. 25 minutes—sub-orbital spaceflight with a flightpath being a part of an ellipse with a vertical major axis; the apogee (halfway through the midcourse phase) is at an altitude of approximately 1,200 km (750 mi); the semi-major axis is between 3,186 and 6,372 km (1,980 and 3,959 mi); the projection of the flightpath on the Earth's surface is close to a great circle, slightly displaced due to earth rotation during the time of flight; the missile may release several independent warheads and penetration aids, such as metallic-coated balloons, aluminum chaff, and full-scale warhead decoys.

Reentry/terminal phase (starting at an altitude of 100 km, 62 mi): 2 minutes – impact is at a speed of up to 7 km/s (4.3 mi/s) (for early ICBMs less than 1 km/s (0.62 mi/s)); see also maneuverable reentry vehicle.

The distance from the camera footage to the missile is roughly 30 miles. The size of the missile is the size of a submarine from this distance. Therefore, the missile must've been fired from a silo at the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station or nearby. However, the Navy denies the existence of missile capabilities at the base.

NORAD would've detected the launch within seconds and activated their protocol. Trump was alerted of the launch. The missile was taken out within minutes either by THAAD batteries or by the Secret Space Program.

What was the Cabal's plan? The only conclusion would be to either hit the ocean or a mid-air detonation where the blast would reach Air Force One.

What is the truth? You decide.

Ghost Operators were given approval and have dealt with the threat


290690 No.1757787

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e71511 No.1758586

File: b440d0b32ce96b9⋯.jpg (1.52 MB, 1897x2235, 1897:2235, Hunt RO Graphic.jpg)

>>1748480

We're thinking along the same lines. Posted this on /research yesterday.


f382cd No.1758598

>>1757787

>p l e i a d i a n

Bizzare timing…….


3a9a73 No.1758813

File: 14f30bd70faff60⋯.png (17.64 KB, 493x181, 493:181, ClipboardImage.png)

>>1758586

I'm still trying to figure out why.

If you think captured, then why is it still rogue?

Something's not right.


61d0c2 No.1759001

File: 5506a59aab40eb5⋯.jpg (194.98 KB, 1000x714, 500:357, 1000w_q95[1].jpg)

https://www.dvidshub.net/image/4464193/uss-kentucky-ssbn-737-blue-returns-strategic-deterrent-patrol

pics taken 6/7/18

USS Kentucky (SSBN 737) Blue Returns from Strategic Deterrent Patrol [Image 2 of 9]

BANGOR, WA, UNITED STATES

06.07.2018

Photo by Lt.Cmdr. Michael Smith

Commander, Submarine Group Nine

Subscribe 16

HOOD CANAL, Wash. (June 7, 2018) The Blue crew of the Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Kentucky (SSBN 737) transits the Hood Canal as the boat returns to its homeport at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, Wash., following a routine strategic deterrent patrol. Kentucky is one of eight ballistic-missile submarines stationed at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor providing the most survivable leg of the strategic deterrence triad for the United States. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr Michael Smith/Released)


c9d046 No.1759025

File: c06b5882c082fa6⋯.jpg (140.76 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, !!AF1 Features.jpg)

File: 38d701ee8c0fc3c⋯.jpg (141.29 KB, 1136x650, 568:325, !AF1 Features 1.jpg)

File: a1afeebceb32013⋯.jpg (150.72 KB, 1334x889, 1334:889, !AF1 features.jpg)

AF1 info.

http:// www.businessinsider.com/features-of-air-force-one-2015-3


e71511 No.1759377

>>1758813

"Think hack."

I think the subs launch systems were compromised while under C/A control. I think that the sub was being redeployed with a new crew and something triggered the 6/12 launch: gps/timer/remote control.


f4145a No.1759469

>>1759377

How do we conclude a 6/12 launch when the weather cam says 6/10? (US 10 = SING 11th)

Those with an agenda to discredit pushed 6/11 with this in mind?


3a9a73 No.1759525

>>1759377

Okay, but if it's a hack, then where does ultimate authorization to launch come from? Surely there has to be official protocols in place still to alert the crew and commanders on board?

Rogue crew?

If so, then surely they'll be known?

You'd have to have both to make it work. Surely there wouldn't be a completely automated system for launching sub nukes.

So perhaps MIL know who was on that sub?

I guess they'd know who is involved on that score, already, even if just pawns in the game.

This is important I feel.

It's why they're perhaps still looking for the sub, rather than just destroying it?


e71511 No.1759695

>>1759469

You're right. I'll fix that for next time.

>>1759525

I don't know if there is a purely manual element to the launch. Makes sense that there are two parts, but if the onboard part can be compromised…


62c042 No.1759735

>>1743838

ok then what is it?


cf28d7 No.1759795

>>1759695

People keep saying that the two-man process is impossible to get hack but that’s just not true. The turning of each key, a willful mechanical movement is eventually converted into a electronical command. Once it is electronic/digital ANY system can be hacked. Same as flooding the tubes. It isn’t purely mechanical. A button is pushed, a lever pulled, which is then converted. This is related to those crazy Naval “accidents” and aircraft “malfunctions”. The U.S. fighter jet that just happened off Japan May have been another. This is as serious as it gets. We can’t have boomers susceptible to hacking. I would be surprised is orders have been sent to physical disconnect the command systems to the missiles.


cf28d7 No.1759803

>>1759795

*wouldn’t be surprised


cf28d7 No.1759837

>>1759525

This is “Skynet” territory. Perhaps this is the biggest failsafe that QTeam had to disarm before they could drop the hammer. Why Hillary and Hussein are globetrotting and seeming to not give a hoot.


792512 No.1759908

File: 2bf802574b5e1c2⋯.png (985.45 KB, 1070x785, 214:157, body buried.png)

File: 2bd92502c23f042⋯.png (787.09 KB, 1078x801, 1078:801, happeniing.png)

POTUS interview with Fox is very interdasting…..

sauce

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCVSx_4V0wo


e71511 No.1760195

>>1759795

Agreed. And potentially difficult to detect short of ripping out the wiring of the entire sub.

Based on Q's drops, are we at a point where we can agree on the following with confidence:

The US was searching for a sub for a period of time at the end of last year. While in the Pacific, that sub launched a missile attack on HI on 1/13/18. This was expected. While in the Puget Sound, that sub launched a second missile on 6/10/18. This was unexpected.


3a9a73 No.1760258

>>1759795

Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if AI is involved in the matter. But your point about possible sabotage Re: the physical makes more sense in that respect. I don't think it's anywhere near impossible to hack, but I do know that some circumvention of protocol has to take place for this to happen, at which point anything is possible.

The only question I've got left is who's AI if so?

OTOH:

>>1760195

You're saying a Search and Destroy OP is underway?


e71511 No.1760433

>>1760258

I think the US is in control of the physical sub.

I think the subs systems are comped.


6e900b No.1760641

Could Red October have another meaning, like the easing of tensions with a previous enemy state/ communist nation like East Germany? Then working together under these new condition that were previously un-thought of?

https://youtu.be/AzIlL5NFvAo

Could have two meanings


8e9de2 No.1761331

anyone saying its an slbm that was launched to hit AF1 is mental, maybe an SL-ABM like the sea dragon. But you dont try to hit a flying target with a trident 2


6e900b No.1761375

Trident 2's were phased out.

Ohio subs carry Trident C4 missiles, and the refueled subs carry Trident D5 missiles now.


6e900b No.1761458

The Sea Dragon, info is obscure, is a SM-6.

It's twang is only 180 m8les, so it would have a very difficult time hitting AF1, if not impossible.

Any planefags have the course and time of AF1 or other high value aircraft such as Japanese Prime Minister She's aircraft? Perhaps they flew over Vancouver Canada? Time and route are KEY factors.


8e9de2 No.1761466

>>1761375

Thanks im a bit out of the loop in current military SLBM /BMs

But if a nuke/Ballistic missile was launched, a city was the target

If a ABM/S2A was launched, AF1 was the target (?)

We need to find out what kind of missile


8e9de2 No.1762389

>>1756548

Correct me if im wrong

But if a SLBM was launched at Seattle we would know about it. It would be cratered right now.

Theres no stopping a missile launched sub ~30mi from its target. The response time isnt there.


8587cf No.1762571

>>1739662

what are you trying to show anon because i see didly squat here


8587cf No.1762577

>>1759908 missle bread

was going to post this video as well.

LOTS if sauce in this interview for those paying attention.


b73bb5 No.1762593

An SLBM flies at like M4 no way anything could shoot it down. Also multiple warheads once it re-enters atmosphere.

Are there still Soviet drone subs at the bottom of Pearl Harbor/Puget/SD bay?


b73bb5 No.1762610

>>1762593

IRAN'S SUBMARINE ARSENAL

These midget subs have travelled far beyond the Korean coastline, but they didn't journey underwater. As Burlingame notes, "The submarines built by North Korea have also been sold to Iran."

Stephenson wonders: "Could an Iranian midget sub penetrate an American harbor?" If so, it could present a real danger, and in addition to getting their hands on several North Korean Yugos, the Iranians have also developed a powerful midget submarine of their own.

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In addition to its midget subs, Iran also has full-sized submarines, such as this 230-long, Russian-built, Kilo-class sub. Enlarge

Photo credit: © Associated Press

Military experts describe the Iranian Ghadir as silent enough to elude the most advanced U.S. sonar. As recently as June 2009, Iran commissioned three more Ghadir-class submarines, bringing the total number of these midget subs to seven. Like the North Korean Sang-O subs, the Ghadir subs are 50 percent longer than the Yugo, but still small enough to sneak into a harbor. And they're large enough to drop small teams of commandos onto enemy shores, damage warships, and lay underwater minefields. Iranian military sources have reported that, in addition to torpedoes, the Ghadir is also capable of launching missiles.

As is the case with North Korea, details surrounding Iran's midget sub-technology remains speculative. Still, Iranian officials claim that the subs are equipped with the latest military and technological hardware.


8e9de2 No.1762888

>>1762610

But dont we start the wars with Iran? not the other way around?

I dont think we should be looking at an outside party here. Just US


6e900b No.1764498

>>1762389

If a Ticonderoga class Cruiser or Arleigh Burke class Destroyer was off Washington coast it could destroy the SLBM on terminal phase. This would be the only way, other that a space base defense, that would kill a SLBM that I can think of that doesn't require a land based defense. I admit, it would be a hell of a task, but they have had success with the system.

I'm not a ship tracker so, I cannot verify what was on the coast, if anything, at that time. It's impossible to concretely say Seattle was the target, but it really would have increased their odds of success being so close. I think the Aegis says has a pretty remarkable record of kills vs failures and there is the land based systems in Alaska (GMD) that may have played a roll.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aegis_Ballistic_Missile_Defense_System

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground-Based_Midcourse_Defense

https://news.usni.org/2015/08/04/successful-sm-6-ballistic-missile-defense-test-set-to-expand-capability-of-u-s-guided-missile-fleet


cf28d7 No.1768075

The milfags who argue the “two man” system prevents a hack are wrong. Any mechanical device operated by two or two dozen individuals are all converted into electronic signals which when combined together initiate a launch sequence. Even the flooding of launch tubes are electro-mechanically initiated. Accordingly, the systems are susceptible to hacking. Period. I wouldn’t be surprised if our ENTIRE arsenal of boomer missiles are on a temporary lockdown, i.e., pulling the fricken motherboards out of the launch systems until we can come up with a software patch to defend against hacking. This launch is probably related to those crazy ship accidents and aircraft malfunctions.

Second, who gave orders for this certain sub to be positioned where it was and armed with this particular missile? This was a well-planned and desperate op and one which we can’t afford to let occur again. This is war and I’m surprised that we aren’t seeing more military activity. What an opportunity for a real enemy to initiate a first strike if our systems can be hacked.

There is a 15 hour time difference between Washington State and Singapore. The missile photo was time-stamped 3:56 AM and AF1 landed in Singapore at 8:21 PM local time. Doing the math using a 10 - 30 minute missile flight time calculated by another milfag indicates an intercept time (missile and AF1) approximately one hour from landing. Alternatively, it could have been a SLBM targeted for Singapore itself and the resulting conflagration would have taken out AF1. The hack would’ve been blamed on the Chinese although we know that it was really Deep State controlled.

Bottom line is that this cat and mouse game will end badly if allowed to continue. Either civilly or militarily, the Deep State actors have to be taken down. We know who they are. I just trust that QTeam has it under control but Q’s message that this was “unexpected” was very unnerving. How close did (((they))) come in succeeding?q


cf28d7 No.1768245

>>1759469

It was launched 3:56 AM Sunday June 10. AF1 touched down in Singapore Sunday evening 8:21 PM local time. There is a 15 hour time difference between Seattle and Singapore. Assuming the 10 - 30 minute Missile flight time given by a milfag, the missile would have hit Singapore 7:10 - 7:30 PM or it could have been programmed to airburst in the vicinity of AF1. From the size of the missile in the photo, it appears to be a larger SLBM.


84a1a6 No.1769542

Ok, here it is, a list of capabilities, albeit public domain information. I'm sure we have better in deployment, and more than what is the in the videos, but you get the picture. We are capable of destroying SLBM/ICBM missiles one at a time.

Each video has a small to large gem of truth, and reveals what the hell we have out there. It's not perfect, but it seems to work, each and every system. Russia would overwhelm it, but we are concerned with a, one missile strike, at this time. I think we just saw it prove it's self. Now, let's put together what we do know, what Q left for us, and put together the big picture.

News, tweets, they make the MAP, yes?

https://youtu.be/bAjUM_hf8DE

https://youtu.be/m6MOaECL6FM

https://youtu.be/O41nB9qj2eg

https://youtu.be/9GEqRIqjRSk

https://youtu.be/91gxC9YNMII

https://youtu.be/WDFonobKDRQ

(Sorry, it clown news)

https://youtu.be/tyUh_xSjvXQ

https://youtu.be/3zOUDvbPI1c

https://youtu.be/x_89139WKho

https://youtu.be/7fwreL0Drio


1ce78a No.1770466

Q,

these weapons should not exist in first place. It was and is wrong to build such weapons by a nation state( no matter what nation state), for the purpose to mantain a military balance, whis is nonsense, the military balance is a ILLUSION feeded by the military industrial complex arround the world.

The chaos resulting from selling subs and rockets from state to state only makes it more dangerous.

If the people in this world seek a save future, then it will only be possible without these weapons & and without a certain energy industry aswell.

Evil likes to enter & uses the powerful and that is what results, such weapons, wars, destruction, devision. And even the idea of civic nationalism separates you from the rest !

I wish you were a spiritual person instead of a regious one to understand.

I wish a day of reflexion to everybody.


1ded2f No.1770517

Launching sequence is it hack-proof?

Well…

No.

We all assume it takes great steps and sequences to launch, but all systems have vulnerabilities.

You just need to understand the system and make a workaround.

Land based, aircraft and naval systems are all similar in procedure. Titan base in Az. will walk you through it if you visit. Dr. Strangelove showed the basics and so do these videos.

https://youtu.be/HWZXinRwCaE

https://youtu.be/knDIENvBTgw

https://youtu.be/YchEuqYjMi8

(4:44 sequence begins)

https://youtu.be/J7vKF0V-A9Y

https://youtu.be/IZXUC-nnDIc

Part of launching is that the fire control crew has NO idea of the intended target. This was to ensure they would not hesitate for any reason. It takes a bit of the natural human element to resist mass murder out of the equation.

Sadly, this did happen, so don't convince yourself it cannot be hacked. All systems have vulnerabilities. All decent hackers know this. It's just a matter of intel.

See below:

https://youtu.be/fsei3aqTKGo

One of the worst elements of submarine warfare is isolation. They have to rely on their systems for conformation. There isn't any chatter or comms with anyone or anything after getting the green light. They go dark immediately. This is to ensure mission success and survivability.

So, who did this and why?

Who would profit?

Who would we go to war with at that time?

Who were we de-nukeing?

This is the ultimate FF.

It's a desperate move.

They know we know, and time is up.

Gather the crumbs/drops and let's put the MAP together.

This Cold Civil/Global War just turned RED hot.

For all we know it still is an issue and I encourage you to work your hardest on this. Others can handle the politics and propaganda. If you know anyone that was is sub service, missile defense, or such, contact them and get all the Intel you can to resolve this. Retired mil. often have good insight.

Those good at gathering crumbs and mapping need to dig moar.

Remember Q:

"This is bigger than you can imagine."

Don't waste board space - make the best use of your posts.

We will bag these fuckers.


fe2444 No.1771030

Clowns, President, Nat. Security Advisor, a billionaire and the media all participated in this event in the '70's. Was considered a "conspiracy theory" for a long time. Just posting for historical purposes. It adds to credibility, shows previous clown fuckery.

This organisation has skills and abilities that most do not have nor understand. The public bought this story in its entirety.

https://youtu.be/wBGoUYVDcSg

https://youtu.be/dVlpJJWzQK0

They did this too:

https://youtu.be/y6m7GDfCX1w

So, is it really beyond clown capabilities to grab our sub, mess with it, and leave Chinese "fingerprints"?


3b96be No.1771737

>>1720994

I am in WA state, about 150 miles from where this occurred, and unless it was just a coincidental phenomenon, at 3:59 am last Sunday I experienced what I can only describe as a mild soundwave/airwave type occurrence. I will explain…the following all happened pretty quickly:

I was laying on the sofa playing cards on my laptop and in my peripheral vision I noticed the water in my glass begin to wave/vibrate. I have lived for decades on major fault lines along the bases of volcanoes, so this is something I notice. I immediately glance over to the sleeping pets on the floor and am momentarily relieved that they are still sleeping, but look back to the glass. The intensity is increasing and my neurosystem just lights right the fuck up. I jump up, and plant myself solidly because only have a few seconds to assess if this is a shaker or roller and execute a plan. And why in the fuck are the animals still sleeping?! Glass rattling on glass table now, and why can't I feel anything?! I have a metal base with a glass top table, with a glass of water on top. The base is slightly uneven, so even walking by the table hard will make the base wobble a bit on the floor. The glass top never wobbles. At this moment, the base is of the table is NOT wobbling. First, the water in the glass started…then it grew to the glass itself rattling on the table top…the base of the table and the glass top were still. Confused as all hell, I grab the glass and steady it. I let go and it very mildly rattle a small bit and faded off, water still vibrating. Out loud, embarrassingly enough, I remember saying "what the fuck is happening, what the fuck is happening?" It faded out and I stood there for a moment and I realized it wasn't the earth, but it was in the air. It wasn't instantaneous in intensity, and there was no sound on my register. It was just a deep, low, almost lazy wave of undetectable (to me) sound. This is the point that I actually felt SCARED. I don't know why. It seemed ominous for some reason. I immediately wanted to go wake my husband, and so checked the time. It was 3:59 am. I didn't wake him.

After he woke I told him "I almost woke you up at 4am, I thought we were having an earthquake." I explained what happened and that I have no idea what it was, but it was not an earthquake, it was in the air, and it totally freaked me out. He later said he checked if there was any activity, and it was definitely not an earthquake.

I don't know why, but yesterday it suddenly crossed my mind – wait, what time was that possible missile sighting again? So last night I ask my husband if he remembers me telling him about me thinking we were having an earthquake and reconfirm with him what I told him. He confirms what I remember. So I showed him the article (he doesn't news) and told him I wondered if there was any validity to the missile thing because I totally think I observed a wave of some sort at basically that exact time.

So I don't honestly know what it was that I experienced or what caused it, or if it is related to this story, but when I looked at the clock it was 3:59 am and I'm about 150 miles from the island.>>1720994


132ad5 No.1772081

>>1771737

I've been waiting for something like this. Any missile that size makes a hell of a lot of noise because the exhaust gasses are supersonic and blast continuous shock waves in their wake.

Look at the amount of water they have to dump on a missile plume during ground based launches to prevent the sonic shock waves from destroying the very vehicle creating them until they reach an altitude and speed that the shock waves dissipate behind the launch vehicle.

A couple days ago an anon was asking for more camera footage in order to triangulate the launch site/area. He had some maps ginned up and had the primary azimuth plotted from the Skunk camera position. I never saw any follow up posts. Even without triangulation we do have his azimuth (though I didn't earmark or save that, dammit).

If any anon's are in that area, why couldn't one start down that azimuth and just question people if they heard anything that night? This thing didn't launch in a vacuum and if it was "heard", even subliminally, 150 miles away then it had to definitely have been audible (if not deafening) at much closer range.


3616da No.1772811

That's gonna be rough. Up here we are used to really loud planes and the Naval Air Station do Ya some really noisy aircraft. Paine Field isn't very far away and it has tons of giant passenger planes coming and going, testing, etc. It's got Tramco that does annuals on the big birds, so, we are kinda used to extremely loud aircraft. Also, it's not nearly as populated as Seattle, lots of trees. I'd be surprised if anyone was woken by it. It takes time for these rockets to get supersonic, so that would be another factor. They unfortunately picked an ideal spot to launch. Don't forget the exhaust is pointing nearly straight down too. It would have been very brief.

Look at the launch videos, it's no Titan or Space Shuttle.


778af3 No.1773083

>>1771737

Which area do you live in? This could be a large find as we could likely tell which direction the missile was headed.


3616da No.1773145

Close enough.


3616da No.1773159

I can't do a thing till next weekend, then I can ask around and look for evidence/debris etc.

I thought about getting photos of the camera and checking the lenses.

But, I cannot till next weekend.


cf28d7 No.1773171

>>1770517

Excellent summary anon. I also knew this was the ultimate FF which may very well have involved the deadliest SLBM in our arsenal. Some anons are theorizing that the target was AF1 and that it may have been a sub to air smaller missile. I don’t buy that for a number of reasons. We don’t have such a missile, it’d be near impossible to hit the fast AF1 as it was about 1 hr 30 mins from Singapore which is 8,071 miles from Seattle, the size of the missile as seen from the photo, the vibrations noted by the anon above at almost the exact time stamp on the photo. No, I believe that this was a hot nuke planned to hit Singapore or detonate somewhere between AF1 and Singapore. No one in history has ever launched a nuke with intent. I’m still trying to process all the dire implications. After I settled down a bit, I realized that the White Hats must have immediately taken steps to mechanically disarm our boomer missiles until they could design a bulletproof software patch to close any back door in our submarine systems. By now, ALL boomer captains must have been informed about the incident and have been given countermeasures. HOWEVER, the point I’d like to make is that after this near miss (Q said it was “unexpected”) it’s time for POTUS to come clean with the American People after he has declared Martial Law and has rounded up all the known Deep State culprits. ALL OF THEM. Have the Military explain to the People the truth of just what happened using demonstrative evidence photos, captured transmissions, etc. Q keeps saying that the arrests can’t be made until all the failsafes have been dealt with. Well, they certainly missed a HUGE one. What about suitcase nukes many of which went missing after the fall of the Iron Curtain? We can’t count on being lucky a second time. How we actually intercepted that missile is story we’ll never be told. Sorry for ranting but I see a clear huge risk here which hasn’t been entirely eliminated. POTUS is playing the highest stakes poker right now either waiting for a certain level of public support or waiting for members of the Deep State to flip and disclose all the remaining Nuclear fail safes.

Again, sorry for the rant.


3616da No.1773378

I thank you and mostly agree with you.

My one problem is that all nation states with space programs would have seen and therefore known the origin of the launch if Singapore was intended.

It would have panicked the Russians and we all wouldn't be talking today. Plus, deniability would have flown out the window. A straight up, straight down launch would have been very hard to detect a d confirm, but the public wouldn't have a clue to its origin and would have bought the "it's the Koreans" narrative very easily. I don't know what took it out, but something did. We can all be thankful for that. I have a suspicion it was followed. Perhaps by a Crusier or Destroyer on the coast. Perhaps Canada was target, impossible to say. But this is certainly not time to play poker. Somebody needs to come clean. We know what we saw. We got the comm loud and clear. Its past time to stop this. Nukes are not toys nor are they just really big bombs. The devastation lasts lifetimes.


3b96be No.1775079

>>1773083

I am in Vancouver, WA. about 150-160 miles directly south through the I-5 corridor at the Columbia River.

I was just talking with my husband about it. He is former Air Force. Several years back I was living in Portland close to downtown/the river and someone detonated a small pipe bomb about 7 miles from where I was, down by the marina on the Willamette. From where I was there was a fairly loud explosion, everything rattled, and then I was hit with a massive wave of energy that was far stronger and seemed longer than the audible noise, itself. The way the water and the surrounding mountains are situated in that area acted like an amplifier for all that energy. I wondered if Sunday morning there was an explosive event and that energy made it's way down echoing through the I-5 corridor.

He he didn't think so, that what I described to him on Sunday sounded exactly what would be basically the outskirts of a sonic boom. He described it as sort of a cone shaped echo and at the ends of it you would probably not hear anything but it would basically rattle things and whatnot. In his interpretation he seems to think I "heard" something overhead but far away – I saw the shake… and not an explosive launch or anything.

He is an extremely rational and logic based person who is not into conspiracy at all, but I asked him if he believed that was a helicopter in that time lapse vid. He said no, I really don't think so. I asked him if he thought it was a missile. He said yes, that is what it appears to be to him. I asked him that if it was a missile, where would it be headed and why. He immediately pulled up maps on his phone and said "Look, there is puget sound and there is north korea." The visual was clear. I said some speculate that it was an attempt at AF1 – he did not think that was a reasonable explanation. His most likely theory was "a show of capability." He is not a fan of Trump, and said this scares him, although he did say if that is what happened he doesn't believe it would actually be carrying a nuke. He thought it would be most likely we might drop something just off of their coast or something to make the point. I think he would prefer it was a helicopter.


a77a21 No.1776293

>>1775079

I'm not sure a "show of capability" makes sense. NK knows we have missiles capable of hitting them. However, if the 1/13 missile was meant to get the US to respond, maybe the 6/10 missile was meant to get NK to respond. Although they'd certainly need "a show of capability" before I believed they could hit the US.


3b96be No.1776527

>>1776293

That's his viewpoint. He and I are living in totally different reality tunnels in this regard. My theory is we have been usurped by a pack of wild Marxists and we are probably literally at war right now.


489c80 No.1776639

>>1759735

extraterrestrial mothership (good guys)


778af3 No.1777208

>>1775079

My guess is it was headed either towards SF or LA. Probably was intercepted somewhere over Oregon or NorCal. Scary shit. I think their plan was to shoot down AF1 with one missile near Alaska then destroy a city and send us into war.


bd2ca1 No.1777679

US Navy Fact Files (all publicly releasable info):

Trident II (D5) Missile:

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=2200&tid=1400&ct=2

———————–

Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarines - SSBN:

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=4100&tid=200&ct=4

===================

Tomahawk Cruise Missile:

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=2200&tid=1300&ct=2

———————–

Guided Missile Submarines - SSGN:

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=4100&tid=300&ct=4

==============

Standard Missile:

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/fact_display.asp?cid=2200&tid=1200&ct=2


bd2ca1 No.1777799

US Navy Fact Files (all publicly releasable info):

TRIDENT D-5 photos:

https://search.navy.mil/search/images?utf8=%E2%9C%93&affiliate=navy_all&query=D5

—————————————

Tomahawk missile photos:

https://search.navy.mil/search/images?utf8=%E2%9C%93&affiliate=navy_all&query=tomahawk+missile


acb3ba No.1778215

File: 42710c72b0b4040⋯.png (27.73 KB, 674x421, 674:421, sandy hook.png)

pic related is from Whidbey island


43e72d No.1778784

>>1739662

Suppose was the 5th word in the post, missing the D.

Trident II D5.


9db945 No.1779420

>>1721320

>>1721171

>>1723848

The dawn sun is to the left. The rocket is half lit, half in shadow. The shadow part is seen as the same color as the sky?


d1032c No.1779542

>>1779420

Why is the dawn sun to the left of the camera if it's facing north?

Why do the stars in the upper left of the video move left to right?

I don't believe the camera was pointing where they say it's pointing.


bd2ca1 No.1780577

>>1749627

Explosive ordnance experts have determined that a suspicious package left inside the gate of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard near a ferry terminal in Bremerton is not an explosive threat.

https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2018/06/14/possible-bomb-at-kitsap-naval-base-closes-ferry-terminal/


6404ab No.1781131

File: 1e4b3690153c734⋯.png (239.01 KB, 178x712, 1:4, Untitled.png)

Trident D-5 length about 44.5 ft, SM-6 about 22 ft, 2:1. Lack of flame trail visible near ocean surface suggests that the missile is far enough away that clouds cover the lower part of the flame trail.

But, what if SM-6/Sea Dragon is "cold launched". A smaller missile could be blasted higher (with compressed air) before solid motor ignition. This would make sense if launched from a high-value boomer that wants to do everything possible to hide its position as it takes out an aerial threat. Pop up to get aerial target data from orbital assets, cold launch, followed by immediate dive. The solid motor grain profile could be tailored to minimize IR signature in the early boost phase (while still providing enough thrust to keep the weapon from dropping), giving the boomer more time to escape.


7c1cfe No.1782971

File: d4cd9f9fcfe9262⋯.jpg (109.6 KB, 591x1280, 591:1280, Cam_Position_01.jpg)

File: fd7cd5d1321b89c⋯.jpg (873.81 KB, 2048x1499, 2048:1499, Cam_Position_02.jpg)

File: 54edc7e6bc771cb⋯.jpg (499.49 KB, 1388x1162, 694:581, Cam_Position_03.jpg)

I posted this elsewhere


7c1cfe No.1783079

File: 2e6bd0f45946c41⋯.jpg (1.01 MB, 2688x1968, 56:41, Cam_Position_04.jpg)

>>1775079

Anon, your position is marked in Yellow. Vancouver WA. The yellow arrow is directly in line with the position of the object as worked out based on the Q photo and the weather photo.

I have indicated where I think the object is at the time of the weather photo along that line.

The position of the object at the time of the Q photo is the question.

Given that the object is actually visible in the Q photo, I'm guessing close to Q's position. That puts it NORTH of Whidbey Island, yet you felt that air vibration much further south.

The object is actually directly in line with your position in Vancouver WA however!


7c1cfe No.1783097

File: 341adaac3d1d285⋯.jpg (535.04 KB, 1388x1162, 694:581, Cam_Position_03.jpg)

>>1782971

Sorry, missed one option… Update.


7c1cfe No.1783334

File: 171864082838dcf⋯.jpg (1.01 MB, 2688x1968, 56:41, Cam_Position_05.jpg)

>>1782971

Update 2-

I've updated the diagram to account for the position of the weather camera which I had missed earlier, apologies.

Two theories -

1.

I have assumed the Q photo was taken AFTER the weather photo - it could be the reverse if the Q photo captured the object dropping TOWARDS Seattle and the weather pic was taken after the Q photo.

A 20 sec exposure of a weather cam won't show direction of travel - we're assuming based on what we think is exhaust plume that it's going up. It could be the fireball of a destroyed object coming down. I would expect to see debris but maybe not from the weather cam. 20 sec is a LONG time for the shutter to be open.

2.

Assuming it was taking off from near Whidbey Island, then it must have flown NNW towards Q photo position - No way a phone camera could resolve an object, from an aircraft, 70 odd miles to the south of it, so the object was close to Q photo position (we're assuming AF1 here), at time of the shot. This possibly points to AF1 being the target.

However >>1771737 anon mentions the vibration in the air, 160 miles south in Vancouver, WA. Her position is directly in line with the object as seen in the Q photo.

Weather cam at Skunkbay says 3:54am

Anon says she felt air vibration at 3:59am

That's 5 minutes.

What time was Q photo taken?


7c1cfe No.1783420

File: 67ab52ee82a6531⋯.jpg (320.75 KB, 2688x1968, 56:41, Cam_Position_06.jpg)

>>1783334

Update 3.

If you take a position quite close to AF1 and aim it at Seattle, is pretty much crosses over Whidbey Island.

But as someone mentioned, it could have been aimed at SF or LA heading further south.


7c1cfe No.1784591

>>1783420

Damn, I've been making the assumption that the Q photo of the object was taken from AF1 - But if AF1 was approaching Singapore at the time the photo was taken, then who took that photo?

Also, and this just dawned on me, the time of day in the Q photo is much later than the weather cam photo, by hours. I can not see how those two photographic events line up. One is 4am and the other looks to be anywhere between 8 to 10am.

What the hell?


ebb375 No.1785232

I put this in the general, and think it's related.

threadreaderapp.com/thread/1006763550843367424.html


350937 No.1786525

Try to match the photo with an Alaska Airline flight/vs/Time.

Vols is French for flights.

Look at the photo name.


350937 No.1786655

Remember everone:

We are dealing with multiple time zones.

Singapore is across the date line

Skunk Bay, Wa. is PST

AF1 is EST

Check and double check you work.

Thanks.


2eebf3 No.1787043

File: b6d4e4fa8a89d59⋯.png (241.27 KB, 486x906, 81:151, not_a_missile.png)

NOT a missile! A missile would be blurred in a 20 second time lapse video. It's a Pleiadian craft. Q is Pleiadian. "Wait until you learn who has been talking to you here." -Q

"1. This is a beam projector that is isolating the exact location of a massive underground crystal base transmitter.

2. It is being shot from the beneath the ground and straight to a Pleiadian Craft where it is being controlled.

From there the energy is transmuted into a container base beneath the Craft.

This is all being done in preparation for the Shift.

3. NEIOH

This story was not suppose to take place.

This is a top secret operation.

The Pleiadians have no problem with it being known.

They have a problem with the false narrative.

It will be twisted and for that reason it is to be revealed." -Kabamur


8e9de2 No.1788780

>>1783097

vols is not only french for flight

>Vertical Optical Landing System


6404ab No.1789085

File: 3bd66ba98761f31⋯.png (380.52 KB, 591x481, 591:481, object1.png)

File: d52cc8ca55b9525⋯.png (658.82 KB, 912x561, 304:187, object2.png)

File: 3a5cd6317f39ec1⋯.png (288.85 KB, 912x561, 304:187, object3.png)


cf28d7 No.1789811

>>1742383

>>1742383

Q posted (2) missiles extinguished (Hawaii and this one). He crossed out “The Hunt for” part of “THFRO” meaning we have located, recovered, or destroyed the sub. Q posted: “Comms Dark” meaning that they couldn’t contact the sub. Most interestingly, Q posted an article about the Chinese hacking one of our submarine contractors which indicates that a back door was hacked into the launching software. When I read these posts and saw the picture, I expected all hell to break loose. Seriously, how vulnerable are we if any old operator can run our destroyers into other ships, crash our military aircraft and LAUNCH A FRICKEN SLBM !! Expected to see a lot of action on the high seas but don’t see it. An amazing situation and I hope that they catch and deal with these psychopathic traitors!


cf28d7 No.1789886

>>1787043

At the nanosecond the “shutter closed” after 19 seconds +, the camera would have captured the missile image. Prior to that the missile was obscured by burn.


6404ab No.1789936

>>1789886

Precisely.


cf28d7 No.1789954

>>1789085

Holy ‘ell! If that picture was taken by AF-1 that’s some darn good shooting from 8,000 miles away. But it was probably shot from an escort or scrambled fighter. It appears that the missile was either a dummie sent as a warning or that we were able to deactivate or disarm the warhead. I wonder if Edward Snowden is somehow involved with this. Whatever the case, I hope that they’ve pulled every darn motherboard from our entire missile arsenal until they get this problem squared away.


c9c739 No.1789979

>>1789811

I seem to remember a Navy friend saying it's typical for their subs or ships to cut off all communication ("go dark") for a week or two if they fire or are fired upon?


c9c739 No.1790045

File: de130b578753419⋯.png (720.57 KB, 2528x1540, 632:385, Screen Shot 2018-06-17 at ….png)

>>1778215

Is that…real?

Oh wow, that's real.


6404ab No.1790083

Red/orange object:

- burned-out booster stage (heated from within)?

- laser/directed-energy kill?

- deployed decoy with red/orange paint?

- failed orbital/suborbital/hypersonic weapon?


6404ab No.1792762

>>1790083

Maser took it out?

>>1792441


7c1cfe No.1794057

>>1786655

1. According to Trump tweets, he left Canada approx 5pm local, June 9. (Time in Seattle = 2pm)

2. Flight time from Quebec to Seattle, approx 3.5 to 4 hrs. AF1 may have been over Seattle earlier as it was flying right over that area, not landing.

3. AF1 over Seattle WA approx 5 or 6pm local, June 9.

** This confirms the time of day in the Q photo above Seattle WA, shadows on the mountains, light coming from the west.

4. The 'missile' weather pic was shot at 3:54am, June 10.

** A full 10 or 11 hours AFTER AF1 passes the area.

So how does the object seen in the Q photo above WA fit with the object seen in the weather pic when they are separated by almost half a day?

What does one pic have to do with the other?


a98d4f No.1794422

I dont think it's Washington. Looks more like a flight to Asia passing by Alaska. Most flights to Asia skim Alaska coast.

Cannot confirm, but there is too much water, and not enough land (green land/trees) for it to be Puget Sound. Looks like a northerly view towards Alaska from a passenger airliner. It just does jive with my personal flight time in the NW, but does look like a view on the long voyage to Asia.

I've flown around the area for decades and it just looks strange to me,ie, not Washington but likely Alaska.

It could be confirmed with weather history.

I don't recall that much cloud cover in Wash. that day, though there was scattered coverage. It's also a strange pattern of cover for this area in Wash. this time of year.


7c1cfe No.1795298

>>1794422

My diagram of the Q photo (AF1 photo?) was based on another anon who had stated that the three peaks visible were, closest to farthest, Glacier Peak, Mt Rainier and Mt St. Helens. As I am not local to the US, I took that as fact.

The high altitude Q photo once aligned on the map, with those three peaks, does line up with Whidbey Island! That can't be coincidence.

However, if someone local can confirm those peaks as being elsewhere, please let us know and I will determine the camera position again.


6404ab No.1795337

File: 2b52a111f8977e7⋯.png (33.16 KB, 949x363, 949:363, FoxM1.png)

A tangent to the missile talk, but…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FOXM1

"Forkhead box protein M1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the FOXM1 gene. The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the FOX family of transcription factors. Its potential as a target for future cancer treatments led to it being designated the 2010 Molecule of the Year."

"FOX M1 STOLEN TAKEDOWN"

Cabal tries to take out researcher on a plane who has a potential cancer cure that would hurt Big Pharma profits? Conveniently also detract from POTUS NK success?


7c1cfe No.1795493

File: 7210768ad9f5da9⋯.jpg (239.15 KB, 1500x759, 500:253, Route_A.jpg)

File: a6edc3f8afbf5e3⋯.jpg (225.2 KB, 1500x821, 1500:821, Route_B.jpg)

>>1794422

I just read that there are two AF1's.. one is a decoy. Is this correct?

I remember the news stating AF1 had stopped in Crete to refuel - decoy?

Here are two flight paths from Canada to Singapore. I'm not suggesting here that AF1 stopped in Seattle, just that it would have been over that area had it taken a westerly route from Quebec.


a98d4f No.1795945

File: b9e6106c16c66ca⋯.jpg (5.74 MB, 4752x3168, 3:2, Aerial_Seattle_and_Mt_Rain….jpg)

File: 4643b92c9b51b49⋯.jpg (82.69 KB, 720x479, 720:479, 43004f42ea1771ddd0391c6a75….jpg)

File: 4643b92c9b51b49⋯.jpg (82.69 KB, 720x479, 720:479, 43004f42ea1771ddd0391c6a75….jpg)

File: 5aedbc056f7fdf1⋯.jpg (80.42 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 45076461.jpg)

File: 372b2d653949ea3⋯.jpg (124.7 KB, 800x600, 4:3, 800px-Glacier_Peak_7118.jpg)

ADAMS 12,281 FT

RAINIER 14,411 FT

BAKER 10, 781

GLACIER 10,525

HELENS 8,363

No way. Not enough mountains, wrong shape, no crater on Helen, too much water, water too close to mountains,no city, no foot hils, etc.

Look to Alaska and archipelagos.


a98d4f No.1795991

File: e1f7350a875226b⋯.gif (38.27 KB, 398x288, 199:144, Map_of_Alaska_Peninsula_Vo….gif)

We have a lot 'o fuckin'mountains in Wa.

List_of_highest_mountain_peaks_in_Washington

So does Alaska.

Good luck.


bd2ca1 No.1797207

Interesting speech by CNO Richardson during his address at the U.S. Naval War College’s Current Strategy Forum on June 12, considering the missile takedown on June 10 which is not mentioned in the article.

The US Navy is fed up with ballistic missile defense patrols

The U.S. Navy’s top officer wants to end standing ballistic missile defense patrols and transfer the mission to shore-based assets.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said in no uncertain terms on June 12 that he wants the Navy off the tether of ballistic missile defense patrols, a mission that has put a growing strain on the Navy’s hard-worn surface combatants, and the duty shifted towards more shore-based infrastructure. …

The unusually direct comments from the CNO come amid growing frustration among the surface warfare community that the mission, which requires ships to stay in a steaming box doing figure-eights for weeks on end, is eating up assets and operational availability that could be better used confronting growing high-end threats from China and Russia. …

The BMD mission was also a factor in degraded readiness in the surface fleet. Amid the nuclear threat from North Korea, the BMD mission began eating more and more of the readiness generated in the Japan-based U.S. 7th Fleet, which created a pressurized situation that caused leaders in the Pacific to cut corners and sacrifice training time for their crews, an environment described in the Navy’s comprehensive review into the two collisions that claimed the lives of 17 sailors in the disastrous summer of 2017.

Richardson said that as potential enemies double down on anti-access technologies designed to keep the U.S. Navy at bay, the Navy needed to focus on missile defense for its own assets. …

The Navy has had some success with land-based BMD with its AEGIS Ashore system in Romania, which uses what looks like a cruiser superstructure with SPY arrays and missiles to create a missile defense shield. Another AEGIS Ashore is planned for Poland in 2020 and last year Japan announced plans to buy the system, which could relieve some of the pressure on 7th Fleet ships once operational.

More at:

https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2018/06/16/the-us-navy-is-fed-up-with-ballistic-missile-defense-patrols/


485a35 No.1798262

>>1795493

Didn't POTUS fly Delta with SS according to picture posted by Q?


a98d4f No.1799637

"Thank you USSS" was a United craft.


6404ab No.1799817

File: d81c7b9cf9a5e57⋯.png (3.14 MB, 1381x793, 1381:793, Unimak.png)

Found it. Unimak Island.


6404ab No.1800241

File: feb7c1dc47b6ee6⋯.gif (39.15 KB, 540x540, 1:1, map1.gif)

File: edcdc422600c4c8⋯.gif (37.85 KB, 540x540, 1:1, map2.gif)

Probably neither POTUS's nor Shinzo Abe's security teams would want them flying over Russia. Seems likely that the route of each from Montreal (assuming POTUS eastward route was a decoy) would have been altered from a great circle to instead follow the Aleutians. Or, this was a commercial flight from (?) to (?) carrying (?).


f3d862 No.1804092

>>1795493

2 af1's … yes. Also stuff like blackhawks that can be loaded into a c-5 to cross the globe. There is an entire fleet of presidential aircraft. Plus god knows what that is unofficial stuff that could be flown around.


2ec7c1 No.1823802

I agree, it looks like Unimak Isiland.

Good job Anon!

Well done!

Now let's make the Q MAP, ie, gather up the collective crumbs that show what happened that Q has left for us.

I think the photo over the island show the Trident on terminal phase just at destruction.

Let's roll!


2ec7c1 No.1823876

File: 5b2356181308242⋯.jpg (7.92 KB, 300x100, 3:1, AF1_group.jpg)

Don't forget this when making the MAP.

I recall a crumb that said "Sparrow Red".

Could be it was taken down by an air-to-air Sparrow missile from a patrolling aircraft OR a THAAD that we DO have stationed in Alaska.


2ec7c1 No.1824040

File: 37956613fe088b2⋯.jpg (63.87 KB, 760x427, 760:427, Alaska_THADD_Rig.jpg)

Sauce?

Very interesting at the least!

https://hotair.com/archives/2017/07/11/thaad-racks-another-success-matter/

This stuff below is for information about Alaska abilities:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/u-s-conducts-test-thaad-defense-system-ballistic-missile-n787851

https://youtu.be/JZbHpdiWCC4

Made a kill from a Hawaii launch!:

https://gizmodo.com/us-tests-alaskan-missile-defense-system-following-north-1796837829


6404ab No.1841744

File: 27036946207b7f9⋯.png (1.1 MB, 1440x900, 8:5, THAAD.png)

File: a58505a5820d53e⋯.png (92.01 KB, 1200x567, 400:189, a58505a5820d53e446238e5190….png)

>>1823876

>>1824040

Maybe. But a direct hit by THAAD, etc. would have broken the target into pieces.

(Pic 1 related)

Near miss by the same, maybe not. At least one stage, however, seems to have remained fairly intact.

Q may be pointing to an alternative defense in the photo title:

>>1792143

>>1792441

"Alaska_Vols_G7_SING.png

Searched on the capitalized part –

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whistle_register

"Many babies and small children regardless of sex can produce sounds in the frequency range of the whistle register without any conscious effort. Typically, the whistle register in children extends from the soprano "high C" (C6 or 1046.5 Hz) to two Gs above (G7 or 3136.0 Hz). Some children, however, can produce pitches that surpass the upper limit of the keyboard."

3136 Hz

3136 hurts?

3.136 GHz hurts (as for a microwave weapon)?"

"Earth's atmosphere is very transparent to 3.1 GHz (9.5 cm) microwaves. Hmmmmm"

(Pic 2 related)


6404ab No.1858184

File: 8109c73577b9631⋯.jpg (6.17 MB, 4488x2820, 374:235, D5.jpg)


d1032c No.1879572

>>1779542

>>1754182

I'm wrong. I live near equator. Took a while to find video of Seattle sky without cloud cover. Nm. I'm the tard.




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