Sunday, May 26, 2013

United States of America

United States of America

United States of America
Capital: Washington DC

Short but very bloody history.
The United States of America was created by predominately people of western European ancestry forcing the native people off their land and putting them on reservations.
Many native people of the Americas died of the diseases the western Europeans carried with them.
Many millions of slaves were brought from Africa and forced to work in the United States.
The white population in the Americas even tried to enslave the native american population.
"Indian Wars"
Trail of Tears
The United States, in its entirety, was stolen from native people. From Alaska, to Hawaii. From Maine to California.
White Americans have enjoyed the fruits of stealing the land of the native people, and the untapped resources on that land.

1775-1783 American Revolutionary War

1801-1805 First Barbary War

War of 1812- A war in which the White House and a good portion of Washington D.C. was actually burned down by the British.

1815 Second Barbary War

1846-1848 Mexican-American War. The U.S. attacks and captures a large portion of territory formerly belonging to Mexico. This territory includes the five states of California, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah and Arizona.

1856-1859 Opium Wars. British, U.S., and French forces attack Chinese forces under the Qing Dynasty in China.

1861-1865 American Civil War

1893- U.S. invasion of Hawaii

1898 Spanish American War
USS Maine Incident

1898-1934 Banana Wars

1899-1901 Boxer Rebellion. An alliance of eight imperialist nations including the U.S., Russia, Japan, France, Britain, Germany, Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire suppress Chinese forces in China.

1914-1918 World War 1

1915- The first U.S. invasion and occupation of Haiti.

1916-1924- First U.S. invasion and occupation of the Dominican Republic.

1939-1945 World War 2.

1950-1953 Korean War

1965-1966- Second U.S. invasion and occupation of the Dominican Republic.

1956-1975 Vietnam War
1964 Gulf of Tonkin Incident.

1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada- So called Operation Urgent Fury.

1989 U.S. invasion of Panama- So called Operation Just Cause. Once CIA asset and President of Panama, Manuel Noriega, was publicly known to be involved in narcotics trafficking, the U.S. government under Ronald Reagan decided it was time for him to step down. U.S forces already stationed at military bases in Panama conducted numerous exercises to condition the Panamanian military and people, so when the real attack came, the Panamanians believed it to be just another exercise. The U.S. actually tested the stealth bomber in this conflict against a nation with little aircraft and virtually no air defense. Entire blocks of houses and buildings in heavily urbanized civilian areas were bombed and destroyed by U.S. forces. Manuel Noriega was eventually captured and imprisoned.

1990-1991- "Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm" (also called the Gulf War or First Gulf War)

1991- CIA backed coup against the democratically elected Jean Bertrand Aristide. George Bush senior was president of the U.S. during this time.

1994-1995- The second U.S. invasion and occupation of Haiti. Democratically elected President of Haiti, Jean Bertrand Aristide is returned to power by U.S. forces. Bill Clinton was president of the U.S. during this time.

1991-2003- Sanctions against the Iraqi people from 1991-2003 are believed to have killed tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians.

1991-2003- Continuous attacks on Iraqi air defense forces under the guise of a "No Fly Zone"
Iraq allows for the destruction of all chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons programs. They even allow U.N. weapons inspectors to enter military facilities and presidential palaces.
Iraq allows the U.N. to take aerial photos of key installations in Iraq by a U.S. U2 spy plane. The U2 spy plane is also flown by a U.S pilot.
Iraq dismantles all of its long and medium range missiles.

September 11, 2001- False flag attack in the U.S. allegedly done by Al Qaida under the orders of Osama bin Laden. An aircraft is allegedly flown into the Pentagon. Another supposedly crashes into an open field. While two more fly into the two World Trade Center towers, supposedly causing them to collapse. A third World Trade Center building, World Trade Center 7,  also collapsed, even though it was not hit by an aircraft at all. Witnesses heard multiple explosions and the building appear to be imploding upon review of video, as if by controlled demolition.

2001- U.S. invasion of Afghanistan. Under the guise of fighting Al Qaida terrorists that were supposedly responsible for the attacks on the U.S. on September 11th 2001, the U.S. invades Afghanistan.

2004- Another coup in Haiti sends Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide Haitian president into exile. George W. Bush was president of the U.S. during this time.

2003-2011- "Operation Iraqi Freedom" (also called the Second Gulf War) After 12 years of economic and military sanctions, the U.S. invades Iraq anyway under the guise of Iraq being armed with "Weapons of Mass Destruction". A U.S. led army invades Iraq and destabilizes Iraq and the entire region, killing tens of thousands of people.

2012- U.S. led forces attack Libya with cruise missiles and air strikes in order to back Al Qaida ground troops. These joint NATO and Al Qaida forces succeed in taking down the regime of Moammar Qaddafi and destabilizing Libya and the entire region. During this time the U.S. media actually referred to the armed rebels in Libya as "protesters". U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice lied in front of the U.N. claiming Libyan soldiers were using crates of Viagra and raping Libyan women!

2012- The U.S. openly supports Al Qaida linked forces in Syria against the Assad regime. The Obama regime seeks to do the same to Syria as was done to Iraq and Libya before, but action at the United Nations was blocked. During a surprise visit to Syria, U.S. senator John McCain actually takes photographs with a Syrian rebel who is a notorious kidnapper.

The United States is the most built up, over militarized nation in the world.
The United States military, which is dictated by U.S. foreign policy, is very offensive in nature.
U.S. foreign policy is not created by the people, nor the congress, nor the president of the United States. U.S. foreign policy is created by small body of wealthy criminal elite, many of whom aren't even U.S. citizens.

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
Bilderburg Group

United Nations
Headquarters in New York, New York in the United States

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member nation.

28 NATO member nations
The Netherlands
Czech Republic

United States Armed Forces

1,458,219 active duty military personnel
1,458,500 reserve personnel
11,035 paramilitary forces


Central Command (CENTCOM)
Area inclusive of Middle East (including Egypt) and Central Asia
Headquarters in MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida

Africa Command (AFRICOM)
Headquarters in Kelley Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany

European Command (EUCOM)
Headquarters in Patch Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany

Northern Command (NORTHCOM)
Area inclusive of the U.S., Canada, Mexico and certain Caribbean island nations.
Headquarters in Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado

Pacific Command (PACOM)
Area inclusive of nations in and around the Pacific Ocean including China, India, Australia
Headquarters in Camp H.M. Smith in Hawaii

Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)
Area inclusive of South and Central America and certain Caribbean island nations.
Headquarters in Miami, Florida

Special Operation Command (SOCOM)
Headquarters in MacDill Air Force Base in Florida

Strategic Command (STRATCOM)
Headquarters in Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska

Transportation Command (TRANSCOM)
Headquarters in Scott Air Force Base in Illinois

U.S. Military Bases Around the World

Guantanamo Bay in Cuba

Roosevelt Roads in the Caribbean?

Howard AFB in Panama still used?

Bases in the Philippines still used?

Bases in Japan still used

Ramstein AFB in Germany

The U.S. has nuclear weapons deployed in Germany. The U.S. also has nuclear weapons deployed in the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, and Turkey.

Incirlik AFB in Turkey

Naval Station Rota in Spain used?

Kevlavik in Iceland used?

base in Djibouti still used by Special Forces?

Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.

The U.S. has about 500 soldiers based in Honduras.

5th Air Force based in Japan
7th Air Force based in South Korea
11th Air Force based in Alaska
13th Air Force based in Guam


31 DEC 2022- Announced that the US Air Force plans to install an advanced long range Tactical Mobile Over-the-Horizon Radar (TACMOR) on Palau.

2023- Rebuilding old airfields on Tinian Island in the Northern Mariana Islands in case Guam is hit. Satellite photos of Tinian confirm this. Called the "Tinian Divert Airfield Project"

Military Bases in the United States

Capitol: Montgomery
Maxwell Air Force Base
Fort McClellan
Fort Rucker
Montgomery ANGS
Redstone Arsenal
Anniston Army Depot
Naval Outlying Field (NOLF) Evergreen
Naval Outlying Field (NOLF) Brewton
Birmingham Airport

Capitol: Juneau
Bering Sea

Elmendorf Air Force Base
Fort Richardson
HAARP "research station"
Fort Greely
Fort Wainwright
Eielson Air Force Base

Clear AFS
Donnelly Training Area
Ted Stevens IAP
Blair Lake Air Force Range
Point Lay Long Range Radar Site
Wainwright SRRS
Cape Lisburne LRRS
Oliktok Long Range Radar Site
Barter Island DEW station
Fort Yukon LRRS
Chenna River Research Site
Campion AFS
Tatlina LRRS
Cape Romanzof LRRS
Cape Newenham LRRS
King Salmon airport

Capitol: Phoenix
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
Luke Air Force Base
Fort Huachuca
Yuma Proving Ground
NG Camp Navajo
NG Florence Military Reservation
Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field
Tuscon IAP
Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range
Fort Huachuca Wilcox Area

Capitol: Little Rock
Little Rock Air Force Base
Pine Bluff Arsenal
Camp Joseph T. Robinson
Fort Smith MAP
Fort Chaffee MTC
Hot Springs


Fort Carson, CO




Fort Benning, GA
Home of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security and Cooperation, formerly known as the School of the Americas.







Fort Campbell, KY












New Hampshire

New Jersey
Fort Dix, NJ

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

Fort Bragg, NC
U.S. Army Special Operations Force (Green Berets)
Delta Force

North Dakota





Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota


Fort Hood, TX





West Virginia



U.S. Department of Defense headquarters (The Pentagon)

United States Air Force

330,000 active duty personnel
70,000 reserve personnel
105,000 Air National Guard personnel

57,000 Civil Air Patrol personnel

5,573 aircraft of which 2,132 are fighter aircraft

450 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM)

32 satellites

F-22 Raptor stealth fighter aircraft

F-35 Lightning aircraft

F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft

F-15 Strike Eagle fighter aircraft

F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter aircraft

A-10 attack aircraft. To be retired from service in 2015?

AC-130 Spectre or Spooky attack aircraft

B-1B Lancer long range bomber aircraft

B-2 Spirit stealth bomber aircraft

B-52H Stratofortress bomber aircraft

C-5 Galaxy transport aircraft
C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft
C-130 Hercules transport aircraft
CV-22 Osprey tilt rotor transport aircraft
MC-130 used by Special Operations

E-3 Sentry AWACS

KC-135 Stratotanker
KC-10 Extender

YAL-1 tactical laser aircraft. Modified Boeing 747-400F. Designed for missile defense.

UH-1 helicopters
HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters

U-2 reconnaissance aircraft
RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
MQ-1 Predator
MQ-9 Reaper
RQ-4 Global Hawk reconnaissance
RQ-11 Raven
RQ-170 Sentinel

Ground vehicles
Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) 

Aircraft Munitions

Air-to-Air missiles
AIM-9 Sidewinder
AIM-120 AMRAAM (Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile)

Air-to-Ground missiles
AGM-65 Maverick 
AGM-84 SLAM-ER (Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response)
AGM-88 HARM (High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile)
AGM-130 air-to-ground missile. Basically a rocket powered GBU-15 bomb.

AGM-154 JSOW (Joint Standoff Weapon)
AGM-158 JASSM (Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile)
AGM-114 Hellfire missiles
AGM-114R-9X (R9X) "Ninja bomb" or "Ninja Hellfire"

AGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile

AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile

Rocket launchers
LAU-61 rocket pods with 70mm Hydra 70 rockets
LAU-68 rocket pods with 70mm Hydra 70 rockets
LAU-10 rocket pods with 127mm Zuni rockets
LAU-5003 rocket pods with 70mm CRV7 rockets.

Mk 81 250 lb general purpose bombs
Mk 82 500 lb general purpose bombs
Mk 83 1000 lb general purpose bombs
Mk 84 2000 lb general purpose bombs

Mk 77 750 lb incendiary bombs

GBU-10 Paveway II
GBU-12D Paveway II laser guided bombs (Mk 82 bomb with Paveway guidance kit added)
GBU-15 (Mk 84 bomb with guidance kit)

GBU-16B Paveway II laser guided bombs (Mk 83 bomb with Paveway guidance kit added)
GBU-24B Paveway III laser guided bombs (Mk 84 bomb with Paveway guidance kit added)

GBU-27 Paveway III

GBU-31 JDAM INS/GPS guided bombs (Mk 84 bomb with JDAM guidance kit added)
GBU-32 JDAM INS/GPS guided bombs (Mk 83 bomb with JDAM guidance kit added)
GBU-38 JDAM INS/GPS guided bombs (Mk 82) bomb with JDAM guidance kit added)
GBU-39 250 lb INS/GPS guided bombs

BLU-27/B Rockeye II
Mark 20 

BLU-109 penetration bomb or "bunker buster"
GBU-28 laser guided 5,000 lb penetration bomb

GBU-57 Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP) 30,000 lb precision guided bunker buster

B-61 nuclear bombs
B-83 nuclear bombs

Bofors L/60 40mm cannon 
GAU-8/A seven barrel 30mm rotary cannon
M61 Vulcan six barrel 20mm rotary cannon
GAU-2/A six barrel 7.62x51mm machine gun

USAF Tail Flash Codes
ACGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon177th FWAtlantic City, NJANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
AFVarious34 OGUSAF Academy, COANG/ACC
AKMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle3rd WingElmendorf AFB, AKPACAF
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
Boeing E-3B AWACS (Sentry)
Raytheon C-12F Huron
AKGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon354th FWEielson AFB, AKPACAF
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
ALGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon187th FWDannelly Field, ALANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
AULearjet C-21A502nd ABWMaxwell AFB, ALAETC
AVGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon31st FWAviano AB, ItalyUSAFE
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
AZGeneral Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon162nd FWTucson IAP, AZANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16B Fighting Falcon
BBLockheed U-2R9th WingBeale AFB, CAACC
Lockheed U-2RT
Northrop T-38A Talon
BCFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II110th FWW.K. Kellogg Airport, MIANG/ACC
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
BDFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II917th WingBarksdale AFB, LAAFRES
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
Boeing B-52H Stratofortress
BHMcDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II117th RWBirmingham, ALAFRES
CASikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk129th RQWMoffett Federal Airfield, CAANG/ACC
Lockheed Martin HC-130N Hercules
Lockheed Martin HC-130P Hercules
CBCessna T-37B Tweet14th FTWColumbus AFB, MSAETC
Northrop T-38A Talon
Northrop AT-38B Talon
CCGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon27th FWCannon AFB, NMACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
CILockheed Martin C-130E Hercules146th AWChannel Islands ANGS, CAANG/ACC
COGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon140th FWBuckley ANGB, COANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
CRLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules302nd AWPeterson AFB, COAFRES
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
CSLearjet C-21A21st SPWPeterson AFB, COAFSPC
CTFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II103rd FWBradley IAP, CTANG/ACC
DBLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules94th AWDobbins ARB, GAAFRES
DCGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon113th FWAndrews AFB, MDANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Learjet C-21
Boeing C-22
DELockheed Martin C-130H Hercules166th AWNew Castle County Airport, DE-
DMFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II355th WingDavis-Monthan AFB, AZACC
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
Lockheed Martin EC-130E Compass Call
Lockheed Martin EC-130H Compass Call
DRSikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk939th RQWDavis-Monthan AFB, AZAFRES
DYRockwell International B-1B Lancer7th WingDyess AFB, TXACC
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
EDVarious412th TWEdwards AFB, CAAFMC
EGMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle33rd FWEglin AFB, FLACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
ELRockwell International B-1B Lancer28th BWEllsworth AFB, SDACC
ENCessna T-37A Tweet80th FTWSheppard AFB, TXAETC
Cessna T-37B Tweet
Northrop T-38A Talon
Northrop AT-38B Talon
ETVarious46th Test WingEglin AFB, FLAFMC
FCBell UH-1N Iroquois336th TGFairchild Republic AFB, WA-
FEBell UH-1N Iroquous90th MWF.E. Warren AFB, WYAFSPC
FFLearjet C-21A1st FWLangley AFB, VAACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
Bell UH-1N Iroquois
FFSikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk1st FWPatrick AFB, FLACC
Lockheed Martin HC-130N Hercules
Lockheed Martin HC-130P Hercules
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
FLLockheed Martin HC-130N Hercules939th RQWPatrick AFB, FLAFRES
Lockheed Martin HC-130P Hercules
Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk
FMGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon482nd FWHomestead ARB, FLAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
FSGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon188th FWFort Smith MAP, ARANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
FTFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II23rd Fighter GroupPope AFB, NCACC
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
FWGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon122nd FWFort Wayne IAP, INANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
GARockwell International B-1B Lancer116th BWRobins AFB, GAANG/ACC
GALockheed Martin C-130H Hercules165th AWSavannah, GAANG/ACC
GFBell HH-1H Iroquois321st MWGrand Forks AFB, NDAFSPC
HAGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon185th FWSioux City, IowaANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
HAFBGeneral Dynamics F-16A Fighting FalconOgden ALCHill AFB, UTAFMC
General Dynamics F-16B Fighting Falcon
HIGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon419th FWHill AFB, UTAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
HLGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon388th FWHill AFB, UTACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
HOLockheed F-117A Nighthawk49th FWHolloman AFB, NMACC
Northrop T-38A Talon
Northrop AT-38B Talon
Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk
McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II
HTNorthrop AT-38B Talon46th TGHolloman AFB, NMAFMC
HVBell UH-1N Iroquois30th SPWVandenberg AFB, CAAFSPC
HWLearjet C-21A24th WingHoward AFB, PanamaACC
Alenia C-27A Spartan
Boeing CT-43A (B737)
IAGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon132nd FWDes Moines, IAANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
ILLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules182nd AWGreater Peoria Airport, ILANG/ACC
ISSikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk85th GroupNAS Keflavik, IcelandACC
JSNorthrop Grumman E-8A Joint-STARSJSTARS 93rd ACWRobins AFB, GAACC
Northrop Grumman E-8B Joint-STARS
Northrop Grumman E-8C Joint-STARS
JZMcDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle159th FWNAS JRB New Orleans, LAANG/ACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15B Eagle
KCFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II442nd FWWhiteman AFB, MOAFRES
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
KSRaytheon C-12F Huron81st TWKeesler AFB, MSAETC
Learjet C-21A
KTLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules403rd WingKeesler AFB, MSAFRES
KYLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules123rd AWLouisville IAP, KYANG/ACC
LABoeing B-52H Stratofortress2nd BWBarksdale AFB, LAACC
LFGeneral Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon56th FWLuke AFB, AZAETC
General Dynamics F-16B Fighting Falcon
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
LKLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules314th AWLittle Rock AFB, ARACC
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
LNMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle48th FWRAF Lakenheath, UKUSAFE
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle
LRGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon944th FWLuke AFB, AZAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
MAFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II104th FWBarnes MAP, MAANG/ACC
MDLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules135th FWBaltimore, MDANG/ACC
MDFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II175th FWBaltimore, MDANG/ACC
MIGeneral Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon127th FWSelfridge ANGB, MIANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16B fighting Falcon
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
MJGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon35th FWMisawa AB, JapanPACAF
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
MKLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules440th AWGeneral Mitchell IAP/ARS, WIAFRES
MMBell UH-1N Iroquois341st MWMalmstrom AFB, MTAFSPC
MNLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules133rd AWMinn.-St. Paul IAP/ ARS, MNANG/ACC
MOMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle366th WingMountain Home AFB, IDACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle
General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Boeing KC-135R Tanker
Rockwell International B-1B Lancer
MSLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules934th AWMinn.-St. Paul IAP/ ARS, MNAFRES
MTBoeing B-52H Stratofortress5th BWMinot AFB, NDACC
MTBell HH-1H Iroquois91st MWMinot AFB, NDAFSPC
MXLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules908th AWMaxwell AFB, ALAFRES
MYGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon347th WingMoody AFB, GAACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
NFLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules914th AWNiagara Falls, IAP/ARS, NYAFRES
NJBoeing KC-135E Stratotanker108th ARWMcGuire AFB, NJANG/AMC
NMGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon150th FWKirtland AFB, NMANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
NOGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon926th FWNAS JRB New Orleans, LAAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
NYGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon174th FWSyracuse Hancock IAP, NYANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
OFCessna T-37B Tweet55th WingOffutt AFB, NEACC
Boeing EC-135C
Boeing EC-135E
Boeing EC-135J
Boeing C-135A Stratolifter
Boeing C-135B Stratolifter
Boeing WC-135B
Boeing E-4B NEACP
Learjet C-21A
Boeing TC-135S
Boeing TC-135W
Boeing RC-135S
Boeing RC-135U
Boeing RC-135V
Boeinmg RC-135W
Boeing RC-135X
OHGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon178th FWSpringfield-Beckley MAP, OHANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
OHGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon180th FWToledo Express Airport, OHANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
OKGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon138th FWTulsa IAP, OKANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
OKBoeing E-3B SentryAWACS 552nd ACWTinker AFB, OKACC
Boeing E-3C sentry
Boeing TC-18E (B707)
OKLockheed Martin C-130E hercules137th AWWill Rogers World Airport, OKANG/ACC
ORMcDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle142nd FWPortland, ORANG/ACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15B Eagle
OSGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon51st FWOsan AB, Republic of KoreaPACAF
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
Raytheon C-12F Huron
OTVarious53rd WingEglin AFB, FLACC
OTVarious79th TEGEglin AFB, FLACC
OTVarious79th TEGCannon AFB, NMACC
PAFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II111th FWWillow Grove ARS, PAANG/ACC
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
PALockheed Martin C-130E Hercules193rd SOWHarrisburg, PAANG/ACC
PDLockheed C-130P Hercules939th Rescue WingPortland IAP, ORAFRES
Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
PFLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules302nd AWPeterson AFB, COAFRES
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
PILockheed Martin C-130H Hercules911th AWPittsburgh IAP/ARS, PAAFRES
PRGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon156th FWPuerto Rico IAP, Puerto RicoANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
PXLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules139th AWRosecrans Memorial Airport, MOANG/ACC
RALearjet C-21A12th FTWRandolph AFB, TXAETC
Raytheon (Beech) T-1A Jawhawk
Cessna T-37B Tweet
Northrop T-38A Talon
Northrop AT-38B Talon
Boeing T-43A (B737-200)
RASlingsby T-3A Firefly12th FTWHondo MAP, TXAETC
RGLockheed Martin C-130E HerculesWarner Robins ALCRobins AFB, GAAFMC
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
RILockheed Martin C-130E Hercules143rd AWQuonset State Airport, RIANG/ACC
RSBoeing T-43 (B737)86th AWRamstein AB, GermanyUSAFE
McDonnell Douglas C-9
Gulfstream Aerosace C-20
Learjet C-21
Lockheed Martin C-130E Hercules
SAGeneral Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon149th FWKelly AFB, TXANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16B Fighting Falcon
SCGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon169th FWMcEntire ANGS, SCANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
SDGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon114th FWJoe Foss Field, SDANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
SHBoeing KC-135R Tanker507th ARWTinker AFB, OKAFRES
SIGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon183rd FWCapital MAP, ILANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
SJMcDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle4th FWSeymour Johnson AFB, NCACC
McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
Northrop T-38A Talon
SLMcDonnell Douglas F-15A Ealgle131st FWLambert-St. Louis IAP, MOANG/ACC
McDonnell Douglas F-15B Eagle
SMFairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt IISacramento ALCMcClellan AFB, CAAFMC
Grumman/General dynamics EF-111A Raven
General Dynamics F-111F Aardvark
Lockheed YF-117A Nighthawk
Northrop T-38A Talon
SPGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon52nd FWSpangdahlem AB, GermanyUSAFE
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
McDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
SWGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon20th FWShaw AFB, SCACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
Fairchild Republic OA-10A Thunderbolt II
TFGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon301st FWNAS JRB Fort Worth, TXAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
THGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon181st FWHulman Regional Airport, INANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
TXGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon924th FWBergstrom ARS, TXAFRES
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
TYMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle325th FWTyndall AFB, FLAETC
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
VAGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon192nd FWRichmond IAP, VAANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
VNRaytheon (Beech) T-1A Jayhawk71st FTWVance AFB, OKAETC
Cessna T-37A Tweet
Northrop T-38A Talon
VOLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules928th AWO'Hare IAP/ARS, ILAFRES
VTGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon158th FWBurlington, VTANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
WAVarious57th WingNellis AFB, NVACC
WEDe Havilland E-9A (DHC-8 DASH 8M)475th Weapons Evaluation GroupTyndall AFB, FLACC
WGLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules913th AWWillow Grove ARS, PAAFRES
WIGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon115th FWTruax Field, WIANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
WIGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon128th ARWGeneral Mitchell IAP/ARS, WIANG/ACC
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
WMNorthrop Grumman B-2A Spirit509th BWWhiteman AFB, MOACC
Northrop T-38A Talon
WPGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon8th FWKunsan AB, Republic of KoreaPACAF
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
WVLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules167th AWEastern West Virginia Regional Airport/Shepherd Field, WVANG/ACC
WVLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules153rd AWCheyenne MAP, WYANG/ACC
WWGeneral Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon35th FWMisawa AB, JapanPACAF
General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
XLRaytheon (Beech) T-1A Jayhawk47th FTWLaughlin AFB, TXAETC
Cessna T-37B Tweet
Northrop T-38A Talon
YJLockheed Martin C-130E Hercules374th AWYokota AB, JapanPACAF
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
McDonnell Douglas C-9A Nightingale
Learjet C-21A
Bell UH-1N Iroquois
YOLockheed Martin C-130H Hercules910th AWYoungstown MAP/ARS, OHAFRES
ZZMcDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle18th WingKadena AB, JapanPACAF
McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
Boeing E-3B Sentry
Boeing E-3C Sentry
Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant
Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk
Boeing KC-135R Tanker

F-111 medium range bomber aircraft (Retired from service in the U.S. Air Force)

Survival Evasion Resistance Escape (SERE) specialists.
Wear Sage Green berets 

Security Forces
Dark Blue berets

Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)

Air Force Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA)

Office of Special Investigations (OSI)

Air Force Special Forces
Combat Control Technicians (CCT) - Secretly create landing zones and airstrips for aircraft and helicopters, provide security and conduct air traffic control. Call in air strikes using laser target designators..
Wear red beret in dress uniform.

Para-Rescue (PJs) rescue personnel from hostile areas.
Wear Maroon beret in dress uniform

Tactical Air Control Parties (TACP)
Black berets
Advise, assist and control the use of close air support. Often assigned to other Special Forces units.

Special Operations Weather Team (SOWT) trained meteorologists that gather weather information.
Pewter Grey berets

United States Army
549,000 active duty personnel
358,200 United States Army National Guard personnel
205,000 United States Army Reserve personnel

United States Military Academy in West Point, New York

The School of the Americas is now called the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation.

U.S. Army Africa (USARAF) with headquarters in Vicenza, Italy.
U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) with headquarters at Campbell Barracks in Heidelberg, Germany.
U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) with headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii
U.S. Army South (USARSO) with headquarters at Fort Sam Houston, Texas
U.S. Army North (USARNORTH) with headquarters at Fort Sam Houston, Texas

M1A2 Abrams tanks (5,970)

M1 Abrams tanks (3,200)
M2A3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles with 25mm autocannon (8,153)

M3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles (1,200)
M113 armored personnel carriers (13,700)

M3A3 Stryker armored personnel carriers (2,988)

Stryker Dragoon variant with 30mm autocannon.

Stryker variant with AIM-9 and Hellfire Longbow missiles. Capable of engaging air or ground targets.

MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles

HMMWV (High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles) utility vehicles

JLTV (Joint Light Tactical Vehicle). Made by Oshkosh. To replace the HMMWV

JLTV variant with Hellfire Longbow missiles and .50 caliber machine gun. Capable of engaging ground or low flying air targets.

BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missiles

FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank guided missiles

Dragon (retired from U.S. service?)




M202 "Flash" four tube incendiary rocket launchers.

M67 hand grenades
M203 under barrel grenade launchers

Mark 19 automatic grenade launchers

M82A1 Barrett .50 cal sniper/anti-material rifles
M107 long range sniper rifle. .50 cal.

Barrett Mk 22 sniper rifles used by Special Forces
M24 bolt action sniper rifles

M110 sniper rifles

M14EBR marksman rifles

M2HB .50 cal. heavy machine guns

M240 machine guns (U.S. designation for the FN MAG) 
M249 SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon) light machine guns. U.S. adaptation of the FN Minimi.
M60 machine guns

M-16 assault rifles
M4 carbines

SIG Sauer M17 9x19mm Parabellum handguns

M231 Firing Port Weapon- M-16 assault rifles modified to be fired from the ports of M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles. Can fire at a rate of over 1,000 rounds per minute. Uses STANAG magazines.

SS109 5.56x45mm ammunition

.50 cal SLAP ammunition

M224 60mm mortars
M252 81mm mortars
M120 120mm mortars

M270 MLRS 227mm multiple rocket launchers (990)

HIMARS multiple rocket launchers (340)

M-109A6 Paladin self propelled 155mm howitzers (950)

M119 towed 105mm howitzers (498)
M198 towed howitzers (653)
M777 towed 155mm howitzers (360)

ATACMS missiles may be fired from the M273 MLRS or the HIMARS multiple rocket launchers.

M982 Excalibur precision guided ammunition for 155mm howitzers
M712 Copperhead precision guided ammunition for 155mm howitzers

Army Aviation
AH-64 Apache attack helicopters

OH-58D Kiowa Warrior reconnaissance/attack helicopters
AH-6 Little Bird attack helicopter
UH-60 transport helicopters
CH-47 Chinook transport helicopters
EH-60 Black Hawk electronic warfare helicopters
UH-72 Lakota helicopters
Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant  helicopter (under development)

C-12 Huron transport aircraft
C-23 Sherpa transport aircraft
C-26 Metroliner transport aircraft
Cessna UC-35 utility aircraft
RC-12 Huron reconnaissance aircraft

Hellfire anti-tank missiles

JAGM (Joint Air Ground Missile) air launched anti-tank guided missiles. Under development. To replace Hellfire missiles.

Air Defense
Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)

MIM-104 Patriot surface-to-air missiles (1,106)

Iron Dome air defense systems
Avenger (HMMWV with Stinger surface-to-air missiles)

FIM-92 Stinger surface-to-air missiles

M-163 Vulcan self propelled 20mm anti-aircraft guns (Retired from service in the U.S.)

M-167 Vulcan towed 20mm anti-aircraft guns (Retired from service in the U.S.)

MQ-1C Warrior unmanned aerial vehicles

RQ-7 Shadow unmanned aerial vehicles

Military Intelligence Corp (MI)

Criminal Investigation Command

10th Mountain Division
Light infantry unit specialized mountain and arctic warfare

82nd Airborne Division
"All American"
Maroon berets

101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
"Screaming Eagles"
Black berets

173rd Airborne Brigade
"Sky Soldiers"
Maroon berets

75th Ranger Regiment (Rangers)
Tan beret
Elite light infantry unit

U.S. Army Special Operations Forces (Green Berets)
Specialize in unconventional warfare. Activities include:
Counter-Guerrilla Operations
Training friendly forces in guerrilla warfare behind enemy lines
Training allied forces

1st Special Operations Detachment Delta (Delta Force)

United States Navy
433,500 personnel
62,500 United States Navy Reserve personnel
289 ships
More than 3,700 aircraft

United States Naval Academy at Annapolis

Six active fleets

11 aircraft carriers
10 amphibious assault ships
9 amphibious transport docks
12 dock landing ships
22 Cruisers
55 Destroyers
30 Frigates
71 Submarines

Aircraft Carriers
Nimitz Class aircraft carriers (10)

Gerald R. Ford Class aircraft carrier (1)

Amphibious Assault Ships
Wasp Class (8)
America Class (1)

Wasp Class Amphibious Assault ships can hold 6 AV-8B Harrier 2 VSTOL aircraft, 4 AH-1W Super Cobra attack helicopters, 12 CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters or 4 MV-22 Osprey tilt rotor aircraft. Below deck, the Wasp Class assault ship can carry 2,200 Marines, 3 Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC), and 12 Landing Craft Mechanized (or 40 Armored Assault Vehicles)
Wasp Class Assault Ships are armed with Sea Sparrow and RIM-116 surface-to-air missiles, 3 Phalanx close in weapons systems, 4 25mm chain guns and 4 .50 cal machine guns.

America Class

Amphibious Transport Docks
San Antonio Class (11)

Amphibious Command Ships
Blue Ridge Class (2)

U.S. Navy Aviation
F/A-18 Hornet

F/A-18F Super Hornet

F-35C Lightning II

E2C Hawkeye aircraft

P-3 Orion maritime patrol aircraft

P-8 maritime patrol aircraft

C-130 transport aircraft


F-14 Tomcat carrier based fighter aircraft were retired from U.S. Navy service. Replaced by the F/A-18.

Sea Sparrow surface-to-air missiles

BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missiles

Naval Strike Missile (NSM) used on "Freedom" and "Independence" Class littoral combat ships.

Harpoon anti-ship missiles

Phalanx Close In Weapon System (CIWS)
Hellfire air-to-surface missiles
Penguin air-to-surface missiles

Mark 46 torpedoes
Mark 50 torpedoes

B61 nuclear bombs for F/A-18 aircraft
Ballistic submarines (Ohio Class) with Trident nuclear missiles.
Attack submarines with cruise missiles.

Scan Eagle unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)

Orca Extra Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV) under development

Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)

Construction Battalion (CB) or “Sea Bees”
LARC-V amphibious vehicles


Naval Special Warfare Command

Navy SEALs (2,450)
Sea Air and Land
Naval commando unit

SEAL Delivery Vehicle

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft. Often called a "Zodiac"

Desert Patrol Vehicles

SEAL Team 1
SEAL Team 2
SEAL Team 3
SEAL Team 4
SEAL Team 5
SEAL Team 6
SEAL Team 7
SEAL Team 8
SEAL Team 10
SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team

Special Warfare Combatant Craft Crewmen (600)
Part of the U.S. Navy Special Warfare Command. Organized into special boat teams. Insert and extract SEALs. Conduct coastal patrols. Carry out surveillance missions and ship boarding operations.
Mark V Special Operation Craft

Special Operations Craft-Riverine (SOC-R)

The Navy Special Warfare Command maintains a reserve of 325 SEALS, 125 SWCC, and 775 support personnel.

United States Marine Corps
203,000 active duty personnel
39,600 United States Marine Corps Reserve personnel 

Camp Pendleton- Headquarters of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
Camp Lejeune- Headquarters of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force
Camp Butler in Okinawa. Japan- Headquarters of the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force
Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia
Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty-nine Palms in California.

M1A1 tanks
AAV-7 (to be replaced by the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle)
MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles
Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV)
HMMWV utility vehicles

HIMARS multiple rocket launchers. High Mobility Artillery Rocket System on a 6X6 wheeled truck based on the 5 ton truck. The HIMARS fires six 227mm rockets or one ATACMS missile.
M198 towed 155mm howitzers
M777 towed 155mm howitzers

M252 81mm mortars
M224 60mm mortars

BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missiles
FGM-172 SRAW anti-tank guided missiles

FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank guided missiles

SMAW anti-tank rocket launchers
AT4 anti-tank rocket launcher

Mark 19 automatic grenade launchers
M-203 under barrel grenade launchers

Barrett M107 sniper rifles
M40 sniper rifles
M2 Browning .50 cal machine guns
M240 machine guns
M249 SAW light machine guns
M16 assault rifles
M4 carbines
SIG Sauer M17 9x19mm parabellum hand guns

Marine Aviation
F/A-18 Hornet
AV-8B Harrier II

EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft
EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft
KC-130 refueling aircraft
MV-22 Osprey tilt rotor transport aircraft
AH-1Z Viper attack helicopters
UH-1 Huey helicopters
CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters
CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
RQ-21A Blackjack
RQ-7 Shadow
Scan Eagle

Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC)
Called Raiders?

Air Naval Gun Liaison Company (ANGLICO)
Call in close air support from aircraft, helicopters, mortars, artillery, and naval gunfire. 

Amphibious Reconnaissance Platoon

Force Recon

Reconnaissance Battalions
1st Reconnaissance Battalion (1st Recon)
2nd Reconnaissance Battalion (2nd Recon)
3rd Reconnaissance Battalion (3rd Recon)
4th Reconnaissance Battalion (4th Recon)

Marine Corp Intelligence Department

United States Coast Guard

42,000 personnel
9,000 United States Coast Guard Reserve personnel

244 Coast Guard Cutters

1,850 boats
204 aircraft

LORAN stations to assist vessels in navigation.

Deployable Operations Group consisting of:
Maritime Safety and Security Teams (MSST)

Port Security Units (PSU)

Tactical Law Enforcement Teams (TACLET)
Maritime Security Response Team (MSRT)

National Strike Force
Regional Dive Lockers

U.S. Weapons of Mass Destruction
Nuclear Weapons
The U.S. has a large arsenal of nuclear weapons some of which it stores in certain western European nations. Estimated 5,113 nuclear warheads. This includes nuclear warheads for missiles and bombs of all types. At one time the U.S. had atomic mortar rounds, atomic cannon rounds and briefcase nuclear devices. May still posses some of these weapons.

Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) such as the current USAF operated Minuteman III. Believed to have around 450 nuclear warheads for these missiles.

Nuclear bombs dropped from USAF bomber aircraft like the B-2. B-1, and B-52 bombers.

Believed to have around 400 nuclear gravity bombs which can be used on USAF F-16, F-15, and F-35 fighter aircraft. 350 of these bombs are stored at airbases in six western European nations. These weapons are "shared" with these European nations. These nations include Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Turkey.
B61 nuclear bombs

U.S. Navy nuclear submarines with Trident II ballistic missiles.
U.S. Navy attack submarines capable of firing the Tomahawk nuclear capable missile.

Chemical Weapons
The U.S. Army has a large stockpile of chemical weapons
VX nerve gas
Mustard gas

Blue Grass Army Depot
Pueblo Chemical Depot

Biological Weapons
The U.S. has a large arsenal of biological weapons which it has frequently tested on its military personnel and civilian population, especially ethnic minorities.
Weapons created and tested throughout the years include Ricin, Anthrax, Bird Flu, Small pox, Q-Fever, Botulism, Hantavirus, potato blight, yellow fever, Foot and Mouth disease, Sheep Pox, African Swine fever, Newcastle disease, mycobacteria, Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B, Wheat Stem rust, the plague, etc.
Numerous types of delivery systems including large aircraft spraying chemicals out, small crop duster aircraft, cluster bomblets, aerosol spray canisters, grenades, etc.
Mostly centered around killing people, animals and destroying crops.

Fort Detrick, Maryland
Home to the US Army "Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases"
Center for many biological weapons tests, experiments and outbreaks. Closed around the time of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas

HAARP facility in Alaska
High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP)

Government Agencies
Voice of America- U.S. government propaganda broadcasts on rather strong radio signals to nations the U.S. government considers to be enemy nations, such as Cuba, Iran and North Korea.

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

Part of the Department of Defense
Responsible for developing future military technologies. 
Headquartered at 675 North Randolph Street in Arlington, Virginia

Center For Disease Control (CDC)
Headquarters in Druid Hills, Georgia.

U.S. Intelligence Agencies and Other Federal Agencies

National Security Agency (NSA)

Located at Fort Meade
Part of the Department of Defense

ECHELON program
PRISM program
"Boundless Informant" program
XKeystroke program on Google

National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
Approximately 3,000 personnel

14675 Lee Road
Chantilly, VA 20151
Part of the Department of Defense
Designs, builds and operates spy satellites.
Launches rockets with spy satellites into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida. Atlas V rockets.
Aerospace Data Facility at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, Colorado
Aerospace Data Facility in Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Aerospace Data Facility at White Sands, New Mexico

Atlas V rockets

Delta IV rockets

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Part of the Department of Justice

COINTELPRO- Counter Intelligence Program

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

"The Farm" nickname for the CIA training facility in Virginia.
CIA headquarters at Langley, Virginia.

National Clandestine Service (NCS) group actually gathers human intelligence (HUMINT) abroad.

Special Activities Division (SAD) specialize in sabotage, assassination, kidnapping, and terrorism.

Operation Northwoods- The code name of a CIA plan to commit acts of terror and sabotage against the U.S. and blame Cuba as a pretext to invade Cuba.

Operation Paper Clip
The U.S. government brings NAZI scientists to the U.S. after the end of World War 2. No trials or prison sentences in exchange for their help in science, mathematics, and engineering. NAZI scientists help start NASA.

Operation Watch Tower
CIA drug running program

Operation Mockingbird
U.S. government project to blend or merge the media with government propaganda or agenda.

Operation GLADIO
Supposedly plans for a "Stay Behind" army in case the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc invaded western Europe. Appears to have been a plan to commit acts of terrorism and sabotage against the political left in western Europe in order to prevent the rise of power of the left or the destabilization of a leftist government.
Many connections to organized crime groups, fascists and right wing terrorist groups.

MK Ultra
Documented CIA mind control program.

The Phoenix Program
Program created by the CIA to kill, kidnap, and extract information from Viet Cong officers through torture. The Phoenix Program was carried out by the CIA, U.S. Special Forces, South Vietnamese Special Forces, and members of the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam. The Phoenix Program also included the elimination of informants and Viet Cong supporters. Assassination and acts of terrorism were often used.

Operation Ajax
1953 CIA and MI6 planned coup  initiated to overthrow the democratically elected government of Iranian Prime Minister Muhammad Mosaddegh.

Numerous assassination attempts against Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

Trained and armed numerous terrorist groups from around the world including Hmong rebels, Contra rebels in Nicaragua, Mujahideen in Afghanistan, and so called “Al Qaida”.

Assassinated many leaders around the world.
Plotted coups and helped overthrow numerous governments and regimes, including democratically elected governments.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)

Defense Intelligence Analysis Center located at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington D.C.
Under the U.S. Department of Defense
Believed to have around 16,500 personnel
Focuses on military intelligence mostly. Involved in coups and other activities abroad just like the CIA.
Robert McNamara was the founder of the DIA.
Defense Clandestine Service (DCS) unit gathers human intelligence (HUMINT) abroad similar to the CIA.

Defense Security Service (DSS)
Under the U.S. Department of Defense
Conduct investigations, and supervise industrial security.

National Geospacial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

Headquarters in Springfield, Virginia
Believed to have around 16,000 personnel
NGA facilities in St. Louis, Missouri 
Handles mapping ,charting and geospatial imagery.
Partnership with Microsoft Corporation.

United States Secret Service

Responsible for the security of current and previous presidents and their families, vice presidents, presidential candidates, visiting dignitaries.
Also responsible for counterfeiting, and fraud investigations
Also includes a Uniformed Division

Bureau of Intelligence and Research
The intelligence arm of the U.S. State Department

Diplomatic Security Service (DSS)
Under the State Department
Handle protection of officials and investigations.

U.S. Marshals
Under the Department of Justice

Federal Air Marshal Service

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A)
Under the Department of Homeland Security

Office of Intelligence and Counter Intelligence (OICI)
Under the U.S. Department of Energy

Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI)
Under the Department of Tresury

Federal Emergency Management Agency

FEMA Corps
FEMA sponsored youth organization

U.S. Postal Inspection Service

U.S. Border Patrol
Sensors along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
VIPR team. Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response teams
VIPR teams may be composed of personnel from numerous federal agencies.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
ICE agents
Special Response Team (SRT)

U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Special Operations Division
Enforces drug operations in the U.S. and abroad.

Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF)

U.S. Colonies in the Caribbean

Puerto Rico
(Still under U.S. occupation)
Capital: San Juan
Considered a U.S. commonwealth

Puerto Rico was taken from Spain during the Spanish American War in 1898.
Puerto Ricans can vote in U.S. primary elections, but not in U.S. presidential elections.

U.S. doctor and pathologist, Dr. Cornelius P. Rhoads admitted to killing Puerto Rican patients and injecting cancer cells in other patients. Rhoads worked for the Rockefeller Institute.

The U.S. tested Agent Orange in Puerto Rico.

The islands of Vieques and Culebra were used as bombing ranges by the U.S. military, against the wishes of the islands inhabitants.

Puerto Rican National Guard (Guardia Nacional de Puerto Rico)
Consists of the Puerto Rican Air National Guard and the Puerto Rican Army National Guard
The Army National Guard of Puerto Rico is “authorized” 8,500 personnel and the Air National Guard of Puerto Rico is “authorized” 1,500 personnel.
Puerto Rican Air National Guard used as support or transport for U.S. military personnel?
Puerto Rican Army National Guard used as support or cannon fodder by the U.S.

Air National Guard
1,500 personnel?
Muniz Air National Guard Base
156th Airlift Wing with C-130 transport aircraft
141st Air Control Squadron- Mobile radar unit
140th Air Defense Squadron- Fixed radar unit

Army National Guard
8,500 personnel?
92nd Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
101st Troop Command?
National Guard armories

Puerto Rico State Guard?
Separate from the National Guard. Offers support to the Puerto Rican National Guard.

FBI branch office

The “U.S”. Virgin Islands
(Still under U.S. occupation)
Capital: Charlotte Amalie

Consisting of three main islands. St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John.
346 square km
Claimed by the Danish during the 1700's.
Bought by the U.S. in 1917.
Population of 108,210
Administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior's Office of Insular Affairs

Can vote in U.S. primary elections but not in the U.S. presidential elections.

Virgin Islands National Guard

Virgin Islands Air National Guard
285th Combat Communication Squadron

Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD)

Offshore tax haven for Wells Fargo and Bank of America.

(Still under U.S. occupation)
5.2 km (2 square miles)
Small uninhabited island located between Jamaica and Haiti in the Caribbean Sea.
Claimed by the U.S. and Haiti.
Called an “Unincorporated Territory” by the U.S.
The small island is surrounded by 30 to 50 feet high rocky cliffs.
Large amounts of Guano.
Unofficial flag with a lighthouse on it representing the historic lighthouse on the small island.

U.S. Colonies in the Pacific

American” Samoa
(Still under U.S. occupation)

Capital: Pago Pago
199 square km
Population of 57,496
Speak Samoan and English

American” Samoa has been under U.S. occupation since 1899.
Administered by the U.S. Department of the Interiors office of Insular Affairs.

Old World War 2 era airfield on the south west corner of Tutuila island at the village Leone. Completed on 30 September 1943 by the U.S. as an emergency airfield in case the main airstrip at Tafuna was rendered inoperable. The airfield is said to be between 3,000-6,000 feet long and 200-400 feet wide. Only used a couple of times. Closed down.

The airstrip at Tafuna is now the main airport in “American” Samoa. The airport is also called Pago Pago International Airport or Tafuna International Airport.

U.S. Naval Station Tutuila- Operated from 1900 until 1951. Located in Pago Pago Harbor.

(Still under U.S. occupation)
Capital: Agana
541 square km
Population of around 180,000
Located midway between Hawaii and Japan.

Native Chamorro people.
Speak Chamorro, Filipino, and other Pacific Island languages
Considered a U.S. commonwealth
Taken from the Spanish after the Spanish American War in 1898
Administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior's Office of Insular Affairs.
Can vote in U.S. primary elections, but not presidential elections.
Guam receives funding from the U.S. and pay no federal income taxes.
Under a special law of the U.S. Congress, federal income taxes paid by U.S. military personnel and federal employees stationed on Guam go the the Treasury of Guam, not the U.S. Treasury.

U.S. military forces stationed in Guam.

THAAD air defense battery deployed in Guam
Iron Dome air defense systems in Guam
4,700 U.S. Marines
Naval Base Guam
Andersen Air Force Base
Naval Hospital Guam
U.S. Coast Guard Guam

Made a Spanish colony in 1565
Guam was ceded to the U.S. in 1898 after the Spanish-American War.
The Japanese invade Guam on 11 December 1941
Guam was recaptured from Japanese forces in 1944.

(Still under U.S. occupation)

Capital: Honolulu

Kingdom of Hawaii
Hawaii was invaded by the U.S. in 1893.
Many native people of Hawaii died of diseases brought by the Americans and Europeans.
Hawaii was made into a U.S. state in 1959.

U.S. military forces in Hawaii

THAAD air defense missile battery deployed in Hawaii
SBX sea based x band radar

Pearl Harbor
On the island of Oahu not far from Honolulu.

December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on U.S. military vessels and facilities on Pearl Harbor.

Northern Mariana Islands
(Still under U.S. occupation)
Capital: Saipan (Capitall Hill)
Located north of Guam

Ruled by the Spanish
Ruled by the Germans from 1899-1922.
Ruled by the Japanese from 1922-1944
In 1944, the U.S. military captured the island from Japanese military occupation forces.
463 square km (179 square miles)
Population of about 54,000 (dramatic decrease since the 2007 Census)
The decrease in population is believed to be do to many foreign workers going back to their homelands or other places to find work.
Consists of 15 islands (including Rota)
The Northern Mariana Islands and Guam make up the Marianas Islands.
Native Chamorro people.

Considered a U.S. commonwealth territory..
Can vote in the U.S. primary elections, but not in the presidential elections.

Rebuilding old airfields on Tinian Island in case Guam is hit. Satellite photos of Tinian confirm this. Called the "Tinian Divert Airfield Project"

The Battle of Saipan
Had a small airstrip near the coast
Aslito airfield (now Saipan International Airfield) to the south further inland
Mount Tapotchau
Largest tank attack of the War in the Pacific during World War 2. The Japanese had 44 tanks.
Largest Bonzai charge of the War in the Pacific.

The Battle of the Philippines Sea
Great Marianas Turkey Shoot
Japan attempts to break the U.S. siege on Saipan.
Naval and air battle between U.S. and Japanese forces in the Marianas.
Nearly 300 Japanese aircraft destroyed in one day.

Midway Islands
(Still under U.S. occupation)

Also called the Midway Atoll
No capital.
Population of around 60 people. No indigenous population.
The old World War 2 era military facilities on Sand and Eastern Island are historical landmarks.
Naval Air Facility Midway Island no longer necessary and closed down. Contaminated. Navy in charge of clean up.

Wake Island
US possession in the Pacific
1,100 km north of the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands
Used by the US military
Around 100 personnel
Adjunct to the Reagan Test Site in the Marshall Islands
Wake Island Air Field

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