According to sources (see below), the Pentagon is now taking thousands of mothballed military aircraft and restoring them to full service capability in an obvious run-up to World War III with both China and Russia. These aircraft reportedly include F-16s, C-130 transport planes, AWACS aircraft and more.
I called John Moore yesterday to ask for additional confirmation. He reiterated that his military-tied sources were observing (so far) hundreds of aircraft at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona being taken out of storage and restored to full service capacity. This process has only been under way for a few weeks, and it appears to involve hundreds of military personnel.
Once restored, the aircraft are reportedly being sent to two destinations: 1) The Philippines (a staging area for war with China), and 2) Europe (most like Poland), a staging area for war with Russia. This indicates that the Pentagon is gearing up for kinetic conflict with both Russia and China in the near future.
Following the fall of Bakhmut and the failed counteroffensive that fizzled, Ukraine appears to have run out of steam (and men) to fight Russia. This means direct NATO engagement of Russia is likely not far away. The "proxy" stage of this war, in other words, is drawing to an end, and NATO forces will soon be fighting Russian forces directly.