More than FOUR-HUNDRED military aircraft have been moved by the US and South Korea into position to deal with North Korea, and the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group . . . "is not alone" anymore.

In the United States Army, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Air Force, a lieutenant colonel is a field grade military officer rank just above the rank of major and just below the rank of colonel. It is equivalent to the naval rank of commander in the other uniformed services.

The pay grade for the rank of lieutenant colonel is O-5.

In the United States armed forces, the insignia for the rank consists of a silver oak leaf, with slight stylized differences between the Army/Air Force version and the Navy/Marine Corps version. 

At 4:18 PM eastern US time on Saturday, April 15, an O-5 silver maple leaf Air Force puke told SuperStation95:


The "bomb buses" in Guam are maximum loaded, fully fueled and reserves are topped off.  ‎ Reserves are only topped off just before the buses go airborne. 


"Bomb Buses" is the nickname for US Air Force Heavy Bombers.  Aircraft include the B-52,  the B-1b "Lancer" and the B-2 "Stealth."  Below are file photos of what it means when they're "fully loaded."



Below are two File Photos from Anderson Air Force Base (AFB) in Guam showing just some of what's there:






The Lt. Colonel also told us:


Kunsan has everything pointed north and ALL gates are closed…no traffic in or out. 


"Kunsan" refers to the Kunsan K-8 Air Base, is a United States Air Force base located at Gunsan Airport, which is on the west coast of the South Korean peninsula bordered by the Yellow Sea as shown below:



It is at the town of Gunsan about 150 miles (240 km) south of Seoul. 

Kunsan Air Base is the home of the 8th Fighter Wing, "The Wolf Pack," assigned to the Pacific Air Forces Seventh Air Force and the 38th Fighter Group of the Republic of Korea Air Force. It is one of two major Air Force installations operated by the United States Forces Korea, the other being Osan Air Base.


The Lt. Colonel further told SuperStation95:


7 air wings have been moved into the area and an augmented Carl Vinson CVN-70 (not alone) (per CMC x 2  and an O-5) has also moved into the area.

An O-5 barker and an O-6 Marine says all Easter leave has been cancelled with ALL‎ loaded up, geared up and warming up in several theaters.

Castle is locked and loaded.


To give you insight into the magnitude of what you just read, in military aviation, an "air wing" is a unit of command. In most military aviation services, a wing is a relatively large formation of planes. A wing usually comprises three squadrons, each squadron contains around 20 planes.    Do the math: 20 planes per squadron, totals about 60 planes per air wing.  So the information from the Lt. Colonel telling us that "Seven Air Wings have been moved into the area"  means 7 x 60 = 420 total aircraft (of various types.)  

Moreover, the revelation that the Carl Vinson aircraft carrier Strike Group is "not alone" may very well mean that the USS Ronald Reagan has been "surged" back into service from its planned maintenance and official status of "Selective Restricted Availability (SRA)" in Yokosuka, Japan, to operational status!  

Based upon this new information, it now seems clear the US has TWO Aircraft Carrier Strike Groups off the Korean Peninsula!

One does not move this type of force into an area and not use it.

The Lt. Colonel wasn't done, though.  He also told us:


Seoul is moving essential government and military personnel, as is true for U.S. Command Components and Personnel located at Yongsan‎, further south to Daegu.




"Red Cloud" is ready to go on the war path with nobody sleeping in the wigwams, all the arrows have been taken from the box.


The fact that "Seoul is moving essential government . . ." is something a government only does in advance of actual WAR; a war they KNOW is coming!  

The distance from Yongsan to Daegu is about 145 miles farther south/southeast.  The map below shows the dramatic relocation:



Most ominous, however, was when the Lt. Colonel told us ". . . all the arrows have been taken from the box . . ."  Think about it; men like this choose their words extremely carefully. This Lt. Colonel made explicitly clear what we could publish and what we could not.  The fact he stated "all the arrows" means exactly what he said . . . . ALL.  We have reason to reliably interpret this to mean NUCLEAR WEAPONS.

In a video previously published by the government of North Korea, they make clear their intent to nuke Washington, DC,  Texas, Los Angeles and Honolulu.  That official Government video appears below:



It is now frighteningly clear that if North Korea launches another United Nations-BANNED Missile, or test-detonates another United Nations-BANNED nuclear device, there will be consequences of unbelievable proportions.

Prepare yourselves mentally for what is likely to take place very soon.  

This will not be a video game war like Iraq I & II, Afghanistan or Libya.  This one will be a level of horrific violence that the world has not seen since . . .  the last time Korea erupted into war in the 1950's.  

Blood, guts, gore, death, destruction and horror that most people have never even heard of in their lifetimes.  Brace yourselves.  This is going to be bad.



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  • Math and more Comment Link Apr 16, 2017

    20 planes per squadron, 3 squadrons per wing equals 60. 7 wings are 420 planes only not 1280. But 420 are more than enough to terrorize another part of the world.

    If I would be Kim, i would use three simple submarines, fill them with nukes put them in front of NY, LA and DC. The Tsunami following the explosion would wipe out what threatens the world.
    Missiles not needed. Airplanes not needed.
    Small nukes, not needed.

    Asymetric. David always wins, not Goliath.

  • hope springs Comment Link Apr 16, 2017

    Is that all the US can think of? War and bombing country after country. U seem proud and happy to say it..Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan,
    Yugoslavia, Yemen, Syria.
    2. Even animals don't kill unnecessarily.


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