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|start=13 October 1775
|start=13 October 1775
|headquarters=The PentagonArlington County, Virginia, U.S.
|headquarters=The Pentagon, Arlington County, Virginia, U.S.
|motto="Non sibi sed patriae"
|motto="Non sibi sed patriae"
|motto_translation=Latin: "Not for self but for country"
|motto_translation=Latin: "Not for self but for country"

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Motto"Non sibi sed patriae"
(Latin: "Not for self but for country")
Formation13 October 1775
HeadquartersThe Pentagon, Arlington County, Virginia, U.S.
SubgroupsOffice Of Naval Intelligence

Electromagnetic Weapons

Since at least 2010, the US Navy and the United States Forest Service have been conducting tests and training of Electromagnetic weapons on US roads.[1]


Events carried out

1986 United States bombing of LibyaA tactical air attack on Libya by the United States which targeted Muammar Gaddafi but missed
California FiresCaliforniaAn Extenstiv
Gulf of Tonkin IncidentTwo faked attacks used by the USA as a casus belli to commit ground forces to the Vietnam War.


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:SITREP: A false flag attack on a USN ship nextblog post21 April 2018'Nick for the Saker'The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group, which comprises the cruiser USS Normandy, six destroyers and carries 6,500 sailors, is heading for Syria. Russia’s hypersonic Kinzhal (‘Dagger’) missile system having made these vessels effectively obsolete, means that the ships and their crews are essentially being sailed into a bloody scrapyard.


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