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Oh boy! Florida Nat’l Guard CBRN (Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense) response teams have arrived!

 
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The guard and the reserve are always activated for overseas deployments since the Spanish American war nutmeg.
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Oh...I never knew that. Is it rare for them to be deployed? It seems that when the Iraq War started, I read it wasn't the usual thing to do. I might be wrong.
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Could they not cover the big medical sign? Lol
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The guard and the reserves go to every war and conflict nothing out of the ordinary on that one nutmeg .
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Looks like they will be at the capitol for National Guard Day, at least according to this article...

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I'm not buying it - the CBRN wouldn't be involved. Sounds like the perfect cover though, doesn't it?
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Tards believe anything on the news. Meanwhile the exact same thing is happening in dozens of other states with the same kind of bullshit stories.
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The guard and the reserve are always activated for overseas deployments since the Spanish American war nutmeg.
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Maybe this is what I remember:

Twentieth Century:
* During the Vietnam War, service in the National Guard was highly sought after. An enlistment in the Guard generally prevented a person from being sent to combat.

* During the early 1980s, the governors of California and Maine refused to allow deployment of their states' National Guard units to Central America. In 1986, Congress passed the Montgomery Amendment, which prohibited state governors from withholding their consent. In 1990, the Supreme Court ruled against the governor of Minnesota, who had sued over the deployment of the state's National Guard units to Central America.

Twenty-first century
* In 2005, National Guard members and reservists were said to comprise a larger percentage of frontline fighting forces than in any war in U.S. history (about 43 percent in Iraq and 55 percent in Afghanistan). There were more than 183,366 National Guard members and reservists on active duty nationwide who left behind about 300,000 dependents, according to U.S. Defense Department statistics. In 2011, Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr. stated that "Every Guard brigade has deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan, and over 300,000 Guardsmen have deployed in this war."

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Tards believe anything on the news. Meanwhile the exact same thing is happening in dozens of other states with the same kind of bullshit stories.
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Tards believe anything on the news. Meanwhile the exact same thing is happening in dozens of other states with the same kind of bullshit stories.
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Exactly. Remember all those tards that didn't believe the walmarts being converted to FEMA concentration camps back during Jade Helm? Yeah, look at those morons now!!

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more than one bulldozer
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yeah that isn't a good sign is it.
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Means travel may get a little... restricted.
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I cannot think of any reason outside of the obvious why they would need front end loaders.
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I can think of a few reasons. Like earth is a great boundary for covering NBC(r) hazards. For digging you would want an excavator. Back hoes are used to push earth (bodies). They can also be used as a blockade system if needed.

Another thing to consider is the boys don't roll in and let everyone know there will be a situation in a few days. They roll in and immediately you find yourself in a situation.
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Nutmeg the key word is generally .
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grader and front end loader for fema camp????
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I posted that above, but no one reads the second page of a thread. They just read the headline and imagine the worst from there. It's interesting to watch.
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It's because nobody want's to read that, you ruin their doomgasm !
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Wait till the air shows start. It will be an invasion from China.
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I saw a small fishing boat out in Tampa Bay a few minutes ago. Cuban invasion?

hiding
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Iran sent their cruisers to patrol the gulf of Mexico
Chimp_piano.
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Nutmeg the key word is generally .
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Are you talking about the Guard? I do not know anything about them. My husband was an active duty Army officer for 26 years....drafted 4 months after we were married. We led a busy life. Best assignments were Germany and Key West.

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You can go read the army internment field manual it's pretty clear that in case of a national emergency stadiums , industrial buildings and retail buildings like Walmart would be used for quarantine or as military detention facilities. Jade helm was just that years Rex exercises name they practice those exercises every year like clock work. They plan for every thing you could imagine and practice it yearly no tin foil hat conspiracy needed on that point .
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It's because nobody want's to read that, you ruin their doomgasm !
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Wait till the air shows start. It will be an invasion from China.
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I saw a small fishing boat out in Tampa Bay a few minutes ago. Cuban invasion?

hiding
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Iran sent their cruisers to patrol the gulf of Mexico
:Chimp_piano:.
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I am so stealing that monkey!
:monkeypoo:
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Nutmeg officers are commissioned not drafted you understand that fact right ? Only people who are drafted are enlisted ranks .
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Wait till the air shows start. It will be an invasion from China.
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I saw a small fishing boat out in Tampa Bay a few minutes ago. Cuban invasion?

hiding
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Iran sent their cruisers to patrol the gulf of Mexico
Chimp_piano.
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I am so stealing that monkey!
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Thought you might like that. chuckle
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there are those fema campers i told you about being stored in tennessee
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what? where in TN?! hiding
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Nutmeg officers are commissioned not drafted you understand that fact right ? Only people who are drafted are enlisted ranks .
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OOPS! Sorry. As a college graduate, he was drafted at 25 years old. Couldn't get out of it, so he said if he had to serve, he'd rather serve as an officer, so yes, enlisted in the US Army. Ft. Dix, basic and AIT. Ft. Benning, Infantry OCS...

In OCS, the top three graduates of a class were offered a branch transfer. He graduated #2. He wasn't a fool. Took the branch transfer.

As an RN, I worked at the military hospital at Benning. We did get some evacuees from Vietnam. Interesting job. We couldn't live together, couldn't afford much, so I lived in a trailer with another guy's wife. ARGH! She drove me crazy.

Looking back on all the years...fun memories! Good benefits now.

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Nutmeg you need over six years of active duty just to qualify for army ocs your story makes zero sence...
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Nutmeg you need over six years of active duty just to qualify for army ocs your story makes zero sence...
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Oh come on. Not true. What makes you an authority to what went on in the 60's?

It was OCS: Officer Candidate School, 1969! Ft. Benning, Georgia.

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Army Officer Candidate School (OCS) is a 12-week program which graduates commissioned officers in the United States Army. ... OCS has remained an important commissioning source for the Army, along with Army ROTC and the U.S. Military Academy. OCS is located at Fort Benning, Georgia....Requirements
, you must be:
A college graduate with at least a four-year degree.
Must not have more than six years of Active Federal Service (AFS) upon arrival at OCS.
Between 18 and 32 years old (you must enter active duty or ship to training by your 33rd birthday and accept commission prior to age 34)................. How about the official army regulations are they expert enough for you ?
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Army Officer Candidate School (OCS) is a 12-week program which graduates commissioned officers in the United States Army. ... OCS has remained an important commissioning source for the Army, along with Army ROTC and the U.S. Military Academy. OCS is located at Fort Benning, Georgia....Requirements
, you must be:
A college graduate with at least a four-year degree.
Must not have more than six years of Active Federal Service (AFS) upon arrival at OCS.
Between 18 and 32 years old (you must enter active duty or ship to training by your 33rd birthday and accept commission prior to age 34)................. How about the official army regulations are they expert enough for you ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78560770


A four year college graduate can enter OCS! He was a COLLEGE GRADUATE!

The United States Army's Officer Candidate School (OCS), located at Fort Benning, Georgia, trains, assesses, and evaluates potential commissioned officers in the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard. Officer candidates are

* former enlisted members (E-4 to E-7), warrant officers

* inter-service transfers,

OR

* civilian college graduates who enlist for the "OCS Option" The latter are often referred to as "college ops".

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Need a backhoe to throw folks in when DOA???
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And six years of prior military service the same regulation that's been on the books for over 100 years ....nice try
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NWO commie focus on Florida?

wonder why?
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Nutmeg tell you tell the army they are liars here's there page with the Reg [link to m.goarmy.com (secure)]
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Re: Oh boy! Florida Nat’l Guard CBRN (Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense) response teams have arrived!
Also - This is a CBRN unit. Why the Police escort?
I have never seen the Police escorting a Military convoy.
Ever.
This looks more like an Emergency response.
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this.

We've seen hundreds of vids on GLP of military convoys and trains.

Non of which had police escort.





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