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"Hello, Central!" Why The Military Activity At Anchorage, Alaska?(Updated Feb. 9, 2008)

Patrick H. Bellringer

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Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 7:00 PM

Subject: Military activity

Hello Central! Military activity in Elmendorf A.F. Base, and Ft. Richardson army base, Anchorage, Alaska. Does anybody know what's going on? Those that work there are NOT talking. Lines of cars back up for miles-both coming and going. My sister lives and works near there but not on base. Security has tightened even beyond what is normal for this place. It would seem that the number of planes landing and taking off has also increased in a major something seems to be up. Any help without negative attention sure would help! Thank you and bless all of you that are upon The Path to Divine Truth!



FROM: Patrick H. Bellringer


DATE: Feb. 8, 2008


Dear TW:

At this point I have no clue, but maybe some of our readers know or have connections to those who know the meaning of this increased military activity.

In Love and Light,

Patrick H. Bellringer


----- Original Message -----
From:  AM
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 11:16 PM
Subject: Siterun Contact Request from Linlar Services


The coast guard had a tv interview today....they said it is part of the USA and they discovered it is open water.....they have to patrol it!However....per other reports...Russia has activated her international waters???


----- Original Message -----
From: TL
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 9:10 PM
Subject: SeaCableHi.jpg (JPEG Image, 1703x1037 pixels) - Scaled (59%)

Dear Patrick

Re: your reader’s inquiry about the extensive military activities going on in Anchorage, this may be one reason why: Note the extensive undersea cable system from there to the West coast & beyond. As you have already posted, least 8 have already been severed in the Mediterranean & Middle East.



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----- Original Message -----
From:  D
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2008 11:23 PM
Subject: re alaska report

I checked to see if there was anything on the global incident map and found a russian bomber intruded into Japanese airspace.

See this link.

Considering the events of the last 2 or 3 months, and comments by Casper today, it might just be prudent military vigilance on the frontier so to speak?



----- Original Message -----
From:  C
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2008 8:50 AM
Subject: Post number 1202525586
Greetings Patrick and Anne,
To answer your query, my sources think the Bush-Clinton Crime Families are stocking another "hideout and control center" in the underground cavern there.  Looking forward to your next post.
Warmest and Best Regards,


----- Original Message -----

From: R


Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2008 12:07 AM

Subject: Activity in Anchorage, Alaska

Dear Anne and Patrick . . .

Just read your posting of the unusual 'Activity' up here in Anchorage, AK. To be more precise . . . Elmendorf AFB.

There does not seem to be any particular problem or program, just a continuation of the 'heightened' security status on all bases.

However, there is a new base commander, and understand that he truly 'goes by the book'! [from checking IDs to making sure families keep their doggie 'doodoo's' cleaned up in their yards!]

Around Christmas time the guards started checking not only everyone's base ID, but now everyone's Drivers Licenses. This is only for vehicles coming into/onto the base. Primarily they check the 'bar codes' on the back to make sure everyone is 'ok' and legal! That takes much more time, and have heard that occasionally they will check everyone's IDs in each vehicle! And, sometimes the gates only have one guard, so there can really be a back-up!

Also, we do have several of those beautiful C130's up here, and, at times, from 10 to 30 'Raptors'. They usually are training pilots and there is a lot of 'touch and go' practice. Those big ones are so gentle and delicate when they land and take of . . . amazing! We also have AWAC's, (the ones that look like a mushroom is growing out of the top of the fuselage!). And have been military personnel from other countries come over here for training. It is a very large base w/ a lot of people working and living here.

And think that possibly our skies are not as congested as other bases might be, so this is an ideal place to practice.

Hope this helps answer the question that your reader asked. To my knowledge this new commander wants this base to be a 'shining example'!

In Light and Love, Robin

PS . . . I had mentioned to you before that I am living up here. My son-in-law is a Career Marine Recruiter and is in charge of the whole state! His tour of duty is 2 to 2 l/2 years, so will be up here for another 8 months at the least! Just love it! And the people too! And the scenery is totally awesome!

I just could "N O T" let my two precious granddaughters come up here w/out me! And, since they all wanted me to come up w/ them, I took about 10 minutes to think it over before I said 'yes'! I literally 'dropped everything'!

PSS . . . I continue to be amazed at your ability to explain so many things to us. I so appreciate you two! You are so reassuring!

Take care of yourselves! R


FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
      TO:  R
DATE:  Feb. 9, 2008
Dear R:
    Thank you for your information about the activity at Elmendorf AFB.  I have sources that believe the U.S. Military is quietly shutting down the Afghan/Iraq occupation and bringing the troops home to places like Anchorage.
    Alaska is a beautiful state.  During my university days when I was getting a B.S. in Forestry nearly fifty years ago, I spent a summer working on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska.  I could have taught school at Pt. Barrow, as Alaska was desperate for teachers, but I decided to return to school.   I have some beautiful pictures from my work on the U.S.F.S. boats and seaplanes.
                            In Love and Light,
                            Patrick H. Bellringer