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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
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    If you know anything about heraldry, you know that they patches have meaning. The Triangle craft is NOT a satellite.

    I can not go into detail as it will only let me post five attachments. I have 151 files in that folder I call Triangles Everywhere.
    Fascinating. Here's a collage of just some of the patches, which Praxis kindly sent me. Almost all of those seem to show exactly the same triangular image. It's not a big leap to suspect that this triangular craft actually exists, and while it's still classified, everyone on the 'inside' knows.

    Large image: http://projectavalon.net/Triangles_everywhere_lg.gif

    Thanks Bill!

    Yeah I guess I should have just done the same instead of upload individual.

    Just FYI, the reason that there are other patches in there that DO NOT show triangles is for comparison. I figured i would get push back saying it represents planes so I also included some patches with things that I feel are for planes and satellites, which is NOT the triangle. In fact the last one on the bottom right has both, the plane and the trianlgle represented. The one to the lest of it has The 4 point star which i believe is satellites, the rocket launching and the triangle in orbit.

    You will note that iconography of some of these specifically show orbital or deep space operations.

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    Space Force is looking for ideas 'in good taste' on what it should call its members.

    "The U.S. Space Force is looking for feedback from U.S. military space professionals on what Space Force members should be called – similar to how the Air Force refers to its members as ‘Airmen’ or the Army refers to its members as ‘Soldiers,’" the Space Force wrote in a statement on its website.

    It continued: "Given the significance a name has to the identity and culture of an organization, the Space Force is taking a deliberate approach to ensure Space Force member titles and ranks appropriately convey the nature of the newest Armed Forces branch and the domain in which it operates."


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    Spacemen! But backwards! Nemecaps!
    The genius consistently stands out from the masses in that he unconsciously anticipates truths of which the population as a whole only later becomes conscious! Speech-circa 1937

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    Quote Posted by Did You See Them (here)
    The RAF are slowly dropping the hint in their recruitment campaign as to the UK's coming branch.

    The RAF has one or more disc shaped craft at their airbase next to Stonehenge.
    This was told to me by someone who saw the hangar doors open and the craft within.

    So perhaps they already have a space force in the UK!

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    Quote The US Space Force’s Space Fence orbital tracking system is officially operational

    The U.S. Space Force is a relatively young arm of the U.S. armed forces, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t already operating assets. The USSF announced late last week that its Space Fence radar system is now officially operational, for instance. First: Yes, it is actually called that. Second, the Space Fence is actually a radar system that aims to provide advanced tracking of on-orbit objects, including, but not limited to, commercial and military satellites.

    The Space Fence ground infrastructure is located in the Marshall Islands, and currently is in the “initial operational capability and operational acceptance” phase. The program will track the existing 26,000 orbital objects already accounted for in the existing Space Surveillance Network (SSN), but Space Force said via an update on the new operational phase that it expects to grow that list quickly with its own additions.

    To support detailed tracking of objects in this orbital range, the radar observation technology developed by Lockheed Martin on behalf of Space Force can pick up items roughly the size of a marble in low Earth orbit. With that level of fine-grained observational power, it seems pretty likely that eventually the catalog should contain just about every active and passive potential observation, communication and potentially militarized in-space assets operated by just about anyone.

    Knowing the terrain is a key part of any military operation’s ability to succeed, so officially bringing the Space Fence online marks a big milestone for the Space Force. It also recently launched its first dedicated payload: A high-frequency secure communication satellite to join an existing constellation in space that provides communication services for military operations on Earth, on land, at sea and in the air.
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