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  • D Stearns
    Has anyone see this publication ....very interesting I would highly recommend it ! http://www.coldwar.org/index.html ... From: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com
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      Has anyone see this publication ....very interesting I would highly
      recommend it !

      http://www.coldwar.org/index.html

      -----Original Message-----
      From: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com [mailto:coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com] On
      Behalf Of lasertower
      Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 5:44 PM
      To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [coldwarcomms] Re: Digest Number 2265

      Hopefully we have at least one secret hardened and fully manned NMCC
      to back up the one in the Pentagon and the announced backup at site
      whatever. Hopefully in the midwest someplace with just corn and wheat
      around it. That is far more important then CMOC, although I personally
      think they should keep CMOC in hot standby with a reduced equipment set
      and at least a few crew. Even AL Quida values solid granate for command
      and control, although they should have invested in better blast doors.

      911 showed us that at least one administration thought things were
      over, and slashed even the air/ground comms for Air Force One, which
      when 9-11 hit, We (the public) Found out from the following
      administration that SHF satellite is probably not enough. Thats why Mr
      B flew to Omaha and Barksdale. Things like echo/fox should have been
      replaced and updated. Global HF should not be phased out. Somebody
      should still know some Morse. And lets hope there is a hardened fiber
      terminal or more scattered around DC.

      Matthias Rust showed the USSR what happens when those in charge of
      radar can't get something shot down. (Cessna from Germany landing in
      Red Square) Although he did have MIGs on his tail for half the flight.

      And lets also hope there are some spare radios and command cars in
      shielded vaults that would not be burried after a blast.
      (but boy do I wonder on that one!)
      NMCC = national military command center

      Just my 5 cents.

      Steve Roberts




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