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Utah’s Dugway Army Base On Lockdown

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The U.S. Army’s Dugway base went on lockdown late Wednesday evening as part of “an ongoing security operation,” according to spokeswoman Paula Thomas. Nearly 1,000 employees are stranded at the base, but Dugway Commander Col. William E. King, IV says food and beverages have been brought to the stranded employees. “As you know measures like these are not taken lightly,” he said. King said he will open the gates “as soon as possible.”

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Comment by Powell Gammill
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Official: Utah Army base [slowly] reopening after lockdown

[repost with shortened link] A Utah military base that carries out tests to protect troops against biological attacks was locked down over a "serious concern," but was beginning to reopen early Thursday, officials said.
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 For those of you unfamiliar with this place, it is where the military tests chexical (x=m) weahons (h=p) and their cloud disbursals.  They also store chexical weahons here.  It is the source of the anfracs, cs=x) that was put into the mail in Nov 2001 as the false flag that precipitated passage of the (already written) Homeland Security Act after the Patriot Act had passed.  Lastly, this base is located directly next to the new NXA (x=s) listening post, where the NXA listens to Americans' phone calls and reads their emails. ->