The United States Navy is forming a new disciplinary squad to punish vaccine resisters, according to an unclassified NAVADMIN memo. The Navy policy document from Washington, D.C. states that a new “central authority” called the COVID Consolidated Disposition Authority (CCDA) will be the arbiter of punishing unvaccinated military members. The document states that the CCDA will “serve as the central authority for adjudication and will have at his or her disposal the full range of administrative and disciplinary actions.” Patriotic military heroes are outraged by the Biden regime’s actions. “Lastly, in paragraph 3.e.(5), the Navy is establishing some sort of gestapo COVID squad called the CCDA who will be in charge of doling out our punishments and determining our ultimate fate. Their guidance will be released in a “later” instruction,” a top U.S. Naval officer tells NATIONAL FILE. One of the punishments listed is “administrative separation” for a vaccine-refusing military member.
The US Navy is working on a non-lethal weapon that would render a person unable to communicate.
The handheld Acoustic Hailing And Disruption (AHAD) system records a subject’s voice with a long-range microphone then amplifies it and plays it back on two distinct tracks, one nearly simultaneous with the original and another on a slight delay, perhaps a few hundred milliseconds.
Using a parametric speaker, it directs the sound back at the person speaking, with the resulting echo theoretically disorienting the person and impeding their attempts to continue talking.
‘Due to the delayed auditory feedback effect, the target speaker’s concentration will be disrupted, making it difficult for them to continue speaking,’ according to the weapon’s patent application, approved in early August.
The chatter would be inaudible to anyone else, New Scientist reports, ‘so, as far as any bystanders can tell, the target will seem to have trouble speaking for no obvious reason.’
An officer with the U.S. Navy is warning of a full-blown “national security threat” if the military moves ahead with its planned universal COVID-19 vaccination mandate, in a paper obtained exclusively by Revolver News.
In a memorandum released on Monday, Biden Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced his intention to require a COVID-19 vaccination for all servicemembers by mid-September, or immediately should any COVID vaccines clear FDA approval (the vaccines are currently only authorized for emergency use). Servicemen who refuse to submit to the vaccine will potentially face court martials, prison time, and even less-than-honorable discharge from the service.
If that plan goes ahead, though, CDR J.H. Furman warns the results could conceivably be catastrophic.
“The forced vaccination of all military personnel with the present COVID-19 vaccines may compromise U.S. national security due to the unknown extent of serious vaccine complications,”writes Furman. “Further study is needed before committing the Total Force to one irreversible experimental group. Initial reports leave more concern for the COVID-19 vaccinations than the virus itself for the (at present) exceptionally healthy military population.”
The Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center — AUTEC — is even surrounded by its own mysteries involving UFOs, according to a report on Britain’s Express website:
Just as Area 51 is isolated between mountain ranges in remote areas, AUTEC’s location affords it some privacy and a unique testing area called the “Tongue of the Ocean” — or “TOTO.” The long, deep trench with a flat bottom provides a perfect area to test sonar and communication technologies in an area free from “noise.”
The base has been there, only about 120 miles from Florida’s coast, for 56 years.
Training in underwater warfare and a weapons range add to the base’s role in research and development.
But what’s this about UFOs? Express lists a couple of rumors:
- Claims of aliens working with Navy personnel in the deep underwater base at the tip of the Bermuda Triangle
- Time travel experiments
Looking for more detail? Sorry, that’s it.
It’s an enduring mystery in U.S. military lore and now, seven and half decades old and no closer to being solved.
It was December 5, 1945, less than four months after VJ Day marked the formal end of World War II. Five Navy Avenger torpedo bombers took off from the Naval Air Station in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
The planes — collectively known as “Flight 19” — were scheduled to fly a three-hour exercise between Florida, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and back in an area that’s come to be known as the Bermuda Triangle.
As the weather deteriorated, radio contact became intermittent, and the planes just disappeared.
All 14 airmen on the flight were lost, as were all 13 crew members sent out to look for them in a search plane.
Twenty-seven souls in all just vanished without a trace.
Yesterday, the House Armed Services Committee hearing featuring Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael Gilday involved some fireworks. The subject was Critical Race Theory, and Gilday’s insertion of a blatantly anti-intellectual and racist book, “How to Be an Anti-Racist” by sometime activist and full-time grifter Ibram X. Kendi, onto his official “reading list” for the US Navy.
The basic thesis in Kendi’s book is that you can’t be “not racist;” you are either racist or “anti-racist.” To be “anti-racist,” you have to follow Kendi’s sacraments; otherwise, you are a racist. Why the head of any of the military services would endorse any hare-brained theory that required the service to divide itself into privileged and shunned groups, based on nothing more than skin color, is beyond me. Indiana Republican Jim Banks had some hard and pointed questions for Gilday. My colleague Jeff Charles has the rundown on the fireworks.
In recent months, we’ve been learning more about U.S. military sightings of unknown aerial phenomena (UAPs), including strange spherical unidentified flying objects sighted by the U.S. Navy that defy knowledge and could be seen plunging into the ocean.
And now, a journalist knowledgeable about these matters claims that the Navy has also detected bizarre underwater crafts capable of traveling “hundreds of knots” beneath the sea.
Could it be that these underwater objects and UFOs are somehow connected?
According to Washington Examiner journalist Tom Rogan, who was appearing on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program to speak about UFOs, the U.S. Navy has detected strange anomalies both in the air and underwater – including inexplicably fast crafts found via sonar that appear to be rapidly shooting through the ocean depths.
So far, it would be premature to conclude that these belong to extraterrestrials, but the technology far outpaces any that belongs to the major militaries of the world.
According to leaked footage from the U.S. Navy, an unidentified flying object (UFO) was seen flying erratically in California, before pitching suddenly downwards and beneath the surface of the ocean below.
“A recently leaked video captured by the U.S. Navy shows an unidentified flying object off the coast of San Diego moving across the sky before suddenly disappearing into the water,” reported The Hill. “The video obtained by documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell was filmed in the Combat Information Center of the combat ship the USS Omaha on July 15, 2019.”
“The US Navy photographed & filmed ‘spherical’ shaped UFOs & advanced transmedium vehicles; here is some of that footage,” tweeted Corbell. “Filmed in the Combat Information Center of the USS Omaha / July 15th 2019 / warning area off San Diego @ 11pm PST. No wreckage found. No craft were recovered.”
“This footage is unclassified. Still images of this footage were included in the May 1st, 2020 UAPTF intelligence briefing that I have previously reported on,” Corbell added, directing interested readers to his other platforms for further information.
A US Navy destroyer has supposedly taken incredible footage.
A video shows several pyramid-shaped UFOs swarming above the ship at night. The leaked video was just recently shared on social media websites.
Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell was anonymously sent the baffling video from July 2019 as well as detailed information on an alleged intelligence briefing conducted by the Pentagon into Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).
The Pentagon has now confirmed to The Black Vault via e-mail, that the photos and videos leaked this week, all were taken by Navy personnel.
“I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel. The UAPTF has included these incidents in their ongoing examinations,” said Susan Gough, Pentagon Spokesperson.
“As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as UAP.”
The US Navy’s training on ‘extremism’ says staff can advocate for Black Lives Matter (BLM) while at work but service members are not allowed to discuss ‘politically partisan issues’, training slides reveal.
The Navy described BLM as a ‘public policy issue’ in the slides and advocating for the organisation was allowed as long as the behavior is lawful.
But they stated that advocacy would be prohibited if it was ‘politically partisan in nature’.
In the ‘scenarios for discussion’ slides, obtained by Fox News, Navy personnel were asked if they think BLM is ‘political stuff’ that those in command are ‘not supposed to be talking about at work’.
In response, the Navy stated that BLM is a ‘public policy issue’ and advocating for the global organization was allowed ‘as long as the behavior is otherwise lawful and the advocacy is not politically partisan in nature’.