Looks like more trouble brewing at Carswell AFB?
Tue Oct 2, 2007 22:38

Carswell AFB Ft. Worth Texas has an interesting background going back to much more than just Roswell Debris.

Quotes from Wikipedia:

"In 1994 Carswell was re-opened as a joint reserve base. The west side of the base still serves as Air Force Plant #4 and employs 17,000. More recently in 2005 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina the Emergency Operation Center became the central communication point for FEMA and United States Navy coordination.

Currently, the portion of the base occupied by the Texas Air National Guard's 136th Airlift Wing and the Air Force Reserve Command's 301st Fighter Wing is still called Carswell Field."


Do let's find out just what are all those 'emergency' flights tonight 10/2/07? And what does it have to do with their bad reputation for abuse of prisoners etc.?

Is the 'action' going to create even more Refugees?

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