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"Hurricane Cost May Skyrocket As Billions In Stealth Fighter Jets Unaccounted For; Tyndall AFB "Complete Loss

Oct. 13, 2018         Tyler Durden

"After Hurricane Michael rendered Tyndall Air Force Base a "complete loss" from "widespread, catastrophic damage" - questions remain over nearly two-dozen F-22 Stealth Fighters which are unaccounted for.

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According to the New York Times, Tyndall is home to 55 stealth fighters, "which cost a dizzying $339 million each." Before Michael hit, the Air Force evacuated at least 33 of the planes to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, however they would not comment on the status of the remaining 22 fighters. 

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F-22 Raptor

"Air Force officials have not disclosed the whereabouts of the remaining 22 planes, other than to say that a number of aircraft were left at the base because of maintenance or safety reasons.

An Air Force spokeswoman, Maj. Malinda Singleton, would not confirm that any of the aircraft left behind were F-22s.

But photos and video from the wreckage of the base showed the distinctive contours of the F-22’s squared tail fins and angled vertical stabilizers amid a jumble of rubble in the base’s largest building, Hangar 5. Another photo shows the distinctive jet in a smaller hangar that had its doors and a wall ripped off by wind.

All of the hangars at the base were damaged, Major Singleton said Friday. “We anticipate the aircraft parked inside may be damaged as well,” she said, “but we won’t know the extent until our crews can safely enter those hangars and make an assessment.” -NYT

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more info -  images at link

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-13/hurricane-cost-may-skyrocket-billions-stealth-fighter-jets-unaccounted-tyndall-afb

Shall we call this a new phase in war games?  "Stealth" War Games, or "Deep State" War Games?

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This is not the first time that  I've seen null school's info differ from what the "news" is telling us and wondered what was going on, because it differed so much, it made no sense.  The four videos I posted on the previous page #2 and #4 show that #1 Tyndall AFB was the target and that #2  tptb, then went in and deleted information from the charts that she'd used to show it.  There is no way Michael happened the way we were told, for whatever reason.  The video above did not show 22 destroyed fighter planes on Tyndall, either, but I thought that could be for national security reasons. All that destruction to cover something like that up, if true, is despicable.  

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The Air Force ALWAYS flies aircraft out of harm's way, especially 35 million dollar aircraft. There is NO WAY 22 F-22 aircraft were red x'd and not able to fly.

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So in other words, they are deployed to do something particular and their mission content is not disclosed to the Humanity....

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In the case of a hurricane, all flyable aircraft are moved inland to another base out of harm's way.  A base that is combat support ready would have enough pilots and crew for all it's planes.

But in this case Unity, I think you are correct.  There is no F-22 wreckage in the photos, except one with it's elevons and wingtips painted red.  Tyndall F-22's are all gray.

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Correction to the image I posted as a F-22 with red tips.  I don't think this is an F-22.  I do believe it's an F-16 minus an engine.  So... no F-22's in the wreckage.

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Further correction... One image post Michael shows an  F-22 in the Raptor hangar taken on 11 Oct 2018 from ground level.  Only one can be seen.  It was probably not air worthy at the time.  

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RS since we share interest in this Michael business and how off it seems, is there any chance it's akin to the twin towers falling? (full of asbestos, gold in basement of building) Have you come across any mention of gold - lots of it, or an enormous number of gallons of very very bad liquid being stored on that base?

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4 hours ago, breezy said:

RS since we share interest in this Michael business and how off it seems, is there any chance it's akin to the twin towers falling? (full of asbestos, gold in basement of building) Have you come across any mention of gold - lots of it, or an enormous number of gallons of very very bad liquid being stored on that base?

I did read a post by someone on glp about a lot of gold nearby to Tyndall that might have gone missing, but I couldn't find anything in searches.  I believe Michael was manipulated to target Tyndall to cover for the missing Raptors... because they do not show up in the wreckage they had to have been flown out.  Hangar 5 is where they crammed a bunch of Raptors in during Alberto last may, which was only sub tropical when it hit west of Panama Beach.  Hangar 5 was pretty much destroyed during Michael with no Raptors visible in the wreckage.

I really can't get my head around the fact that we destroyed a base and Mexico Beach on purpose to cover the fact that the Raptors went missing.  Russia provided the S-300's to Syria presumably to be used against Israel.  Maybe the U.S. provided the Raptors (clandestinely) to Israel, but I can't see the U.S. destroying a base and city as cover.

Also, Q has said they were saving Israel for last, so...  

Perhaps both accounts were deep state... idk.

I didn't see anything about any liquids of any kind.

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Deadly Super Typhoon Yutu strongest storm to ever hit US territory, second strongest to hit US overall

Oct. 25, 2018    Haidee V Eugenio and Doyle Rice

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This satellite image, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows the moment the eye of Super Typhoon Yutu passed directly over Tinian, in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, early Thursday, just before 2 a.m.
(Photo: NOAA)

"HAGATNA, Guam – With sustained winds of 178 mph as its eye passed directly over the tiny U.S. island of Tinian early Thursday, Super Typhoon Yutu was the strongest storm on record to ever hit a U.S. territory, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

It was also the second-strongest storm on record to ever hit any part of the United States, trailing only the 185-mph hurricane that hit the Florida Keys in 1935, according to the Weather Underground.

Tinian is one of the Northern Marinas Islands, a U.S. commonwealth in the South Pacific Ocean with a population of 52,000 people. Saipan is the other major island in the commonwealth. 

The storm has killed one person, a 44-year-old woman who had tried to take shelter in an abandoned building on Tinian that collapsed, the governor's office said. 

Tinian suffered a direct hit, National Weather Service meteorologist Brandon Aydlett said. “This is the worst-case scenario. This is why the building codes in the Marianas are so tough,” he said. “This is going to be the storm which sets the scale for which future storms are compared to.”

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/10/24/noaa-super-typhoon-yutu-strongest-storm-ever-hit-u-s-soil/1759327002/

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Tornado Outbreak Hits South, Killing at Least 23 in Alabama; Children Among the Victims

Ron Brackett and Sean Breslin    March 4, 2019

videos here
 

"The search resumed Monday for victims of a vicious tornado outbreak that ripped across the South on Sunday, killing at least 23 people in Alabama.

"I'm still thanking God I'm among the living," said John Jones, who has lived most of his life in Beauregard, the southern Alabama community that was devastated by a tornado.

The violent storms left debris strewn across southern Alabama and Georgia, the Florida Panhandle and into parts of South Carolina.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office told local media that no fewer than 23 people were killed and more than 50 people were hurt when a tornado roared through Beauregard, a community of about 10,000 people some 60 miles east of Montgomery, shortly after 2 p.m. CST.

Lee County coroner Bill Harris said three children are among the dead: a 6-year-old, a 9-year-old who died at the hospital and a 10-year-old, the New York Times reported.

Another victim, 53-year-old David Wayne Dean, was identified by his wife, Carol, who told the Associated Press that he died in their Beauregard mobile home; his body was found in a neighbor's yard. She also told the AP, "I got to spend a little time with him before they took him away."

The National Weather Service said Monday that two tornadoes hit southern Lee County. The damage from one of them indicated it was an EF4 tornado with winds of 170 mph – the strongest twister to hit the United States since April 29, 2017, when an EF4 tornado hit Canton, Texas.

Sunday was also the deadliest day for tornadoes in the U.S. since May 20, 2013."
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https://weather.com/news/news/2019-03-03-southern-storm-bring-tornado-warnings

 

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This is a bad one, hitting in a very vulnerable spot.  I hope they're as prepared as they are able to get.

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It MISSED! Earth was TOO fast! - S.W. spanning over 1000 miles today

         (Slow CME^^)                                (Storms - Tornados) ^^  Stay safe everyone

 

Editing to add this video from yesterday 

MUST-SEE: Reed Timmer survives wild close-up encounter with tornado in Nebraska!

 

 

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'It was a direct hit': Monster tornado tears through Jefferson City in Missouri causing 'catastrophic damage' to the state capital and a 'mass casualty event' as authorities call in the National Guard

May 22, 2019            Valerie Edwards

"Violent tornado' was confirmed in Jefferson City around 11.47pm on Wednesday
In tweet National Weather Service warned residents in area to take 'shelter now!' 
Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin issued evacuation for homes and the airport
The NWS said on Facebook that the tornado has 'produced extensive damage'
For third consecutive day, dangerous storms prompted numerous tornado warnings and reports of twisters touching down in Missouri and Oklahoma
NWS said it had received 22 reports of tornadoes by late Wednesday evening
One of those tornadoes skirted a few miles north of Joplin, Missouri, officials said
Officials confirmed three deaths in Golden City area of Barton County and several injuries in Carl Junction in Jasper County from tornado that hit Joplin
The devastating tornadoes come on eighth anniversary of the catastrophic tornado that killed 161 people in Joplin, Missouri, in 2011"

Multiple injuries were also reported, but no fatalities. Some residents are also trapped under rubble in an apartment complex (pictured) that suffered damage to more than half of its building
Multiple injuries were also reported, but no fatalities. Some residents are also trapped under rubble in an apartment complex (pictured) that suffered damage to more than half of its building

More images and story at link.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7061433/Tornado-strikes-Jefferson-City-Missouri-causing-catastrophic-damage-state-capital.html

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13 straight days of tornadoes shatter US twister record, leave heartland storm-weary

Amanda Schmidt                    May 29, 2019

 

"If it feels like it's been a long month of severe weather, particularly in the middle of the country where tornado outbreaks have become a daily occurrence, it's because the country, particularly the heartland, has been caught in an unprecedented stretch of tornadic activity lately.

On Monday night, a large tornado struck Dayton, Ohio, causing significant damage to local communities, and several other powerful twisters were reported in Ohio and Indiana. The next night, a destructive tornado ripped through Linwood, Kansas. These are just a few of the massive tornadoes that have touched down recently in the country.

Tuesday will likely set the record for the most consecutive days with reports of at least eight tornadoes, or "tornado days." Tuesday was day 12, eclipsing the old record of 11 that ended on June 7, 1980.

As of Wednesday evening, the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center (NWS SPC) logged 22 preliminary tornado reports on Tuesday. While these reports do not represent confirmed tornadoes, they do suggest that the record for consecutive days on which at least eight tornadoes touched down would be broken once the official totals are in.

That number will likely extended to 13 days as 22 preliminary tornado reports have been reported during Wednesday's severe weather event.

"Based on where and when these preliminary tornadoes were reported, there were likely eight different tornadoes that touched down on Wednesday, adding another day to the record," AccuWeather Meteorologist Brett Rathbun said."

snip  right here there is a 47 image slideshow - hard to comprehend this damage

https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/12-straight-days-of-tornadoes-shatter-twister-record-leave-heartland-storm-weary/70008393

 

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This is TS Barry in the GOM

http://surfchex.intelliweather.net/imagery/Surfchex/sat_atlhurr_fullview_640x480.htm#

Hurricane warning in effect as Tropical Storm Barry heads for Gulf Coast

July 11, 2019   Alex Johnson   David K.Li

"There are three ways Louisiana floods — storm surge, high rivers and rain. We're going to have all three," Gov. John Bel Edwards said.

A hurricane warning was in effect Thursday as Tropical Storm Barry, threatening as much as 20 inches of rain and dangerous storm surges, headed for a likely Friday night collision with the Louisiana coast.

The National Hurricane Center said Barry was creeping along at 3 mph on a track that would take it over the central or southeastern coast of Louisiana late Friday or early Saturday, then move it into the lower Mississippi Valley on Sunday.

The hurricane warning didn't cover rain-swamped New Orleans, which was — for now — under a tropical storm warning."

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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/tropical-storm-barry-headed-gulf-coast-could-drop-20-inches-n1028836

 

 

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