Monday, October 20, 2014

#2148 Marine Links Serco Ammunition Tags to Cake Boy ISIS Expendables, Hit Team Camp Mirage

Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's Defense Ammunition Center tags to ISIS expendables, allegedly tracked by Barack Obama's cake boy associates from the Down Low Club in Chicago, and hit teams allegedly targeted out of Camp Mirage, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to kill ISIS expendables as and when authorized.

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"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell claims Serco's Private Finance Initiative (PFI) manager Bob Coulling and convicted killer and former Camp Mirage CO, Russell Williams, developed a Cake Boy ISIS-expendable tracking strategy in which ammo tags are used with anti-felon identification kits so ISIS leaders in buildings and vehicles can be killed with ‘smart’ bombs targeted out of Camp Mirage.

PFI* = Private Finance Initiative program launched by David Cameron at Treasury in 1992.

McConnell notes that Serco's Goose Bay operatives with Russell Williams set up the al Minhad air base in Dubai with Camp Mirage electronic warfare and ammo tagging capabilities just before the murders of 19 Muslim (?) hijacker expendables on 9/11.

McConnell suggest crime-scene investigators take a look at the tradecraft of the 32-year veteran Serco PFI project manager Bob Coulling who appears to have the skills needed to pull off such crimes in the areas of electronic warfare, tagging, asset recovery (extortion) and Childbase paedophile image analysis for MOD, GCHQ, CESG, Police, Home Office, Serious Organised Crime Agency, Ministry of Justice and Customs and Revenue and Immigration Service.

Prequel 1: #2147 Marine Links Serco Photoshop Pedophiles to Obama Down Low Jockey Boys, ISIS Waypoint Camp Mirage


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Colonel Russell Williams - Canadian Military
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"ANALYSIS
Why the ISIS mission is Obama's real 'red line'
Failure to 'degrade and destroy' ISIS would degrade America as a force for good in the world
By Joe Schlesinger, CBC News Posted: Oct 19, 2014 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Oct 19, 2014 12:33 PM ET
About The Author
Joe Schlesinger
Foreign Correspondent Emeritus
Joe Schlesinger was a foreign correspondent for CBC for 28 years, covering natural disasters, political upheavals and conflicts from Vietnam to the Persian Gulf. In 2009, the Canadian Journalism Foundation honoured Schlesinger for his body of work.


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The United States, the world's most powerful country, is being challenged by a motley collection of sadistic torturers and killers called ISIS with pretences of being a religious state.

As odd as it may seem, the U.S. and its allies, Canada included, have gone into this fight with one hand tied behind their backs.
They have ruled out sending in ground troops because the risk of heavy casualties would be politically unacceptable to their home constituencies.

Instead, they've limited themselves to trying to do the job with only air power and local forces — like the seemingly overmatched Iraqi army and Kurdish Peshmerga militia — to do the ground fighting.
All this is a far cry from the beginning of the 21st century when the U.S. was not just another superpower, but the world's hugely confident supreme power.

After the fall of the Soviet empire in the preceding decade there was no state, or even a combination of countries, capable of challenging America's hegemony.

The U.S dominated the world with the strength of its economy, its technological prowess, the stability and liberties of its political institutions and the supremacy of its military might.
No longer. The U.S. economy has just barely recovered from the tsunami of the 2008 recession. Its technological dominance is being nibbled at by China, South Korea and others. Its politics is mired in partisan squabbling.

As for the U.S. military, it is still by far the most powerful in the world. But the cost in lives and treasure of the disastrous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan haunts America still.

And the memory of those losses has hog-tied the country with a lack of will."

"David Russell Williams[1] (born March 7, 1963) is a Canadian convicted murdererrapist, and former Colonel in the Canadian Forces. From July 2009 to his arrest in February 2010, he commanded CFB Trenton, a hub for air transport operations in Canada and abroad and the country's largest and busiest military airbase. Williams was also a decorated military pilot who had flown Canadian Forces VIP aircraft for dignitaries such as Queen Elizabeth IIPrince Philip, and the Governor General and Prime Minister of Canada.[2]
Promoted to captain on January 1, 1991,[23] Williams was posted to 434 Combat Support Squadron at CFB Shearwater, N.S. in 1992, where he flew the CC-144 Challenger in the electronic warfare and coastal patrol role. In 1994, he was posted to the 412 Transport Squadron in Ottawa, where he transported VIPs, including high-ranking government officials and foreign dignitaries, also on Challengers.

Williams was promoted to major in November 1999 and was posted to Director General Military Careers, in Ottawa, where he served as the multi-engine pilot career manager.[23]

He obtained a Master of Defence Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada in 2004 with a 55-page thesis that supported pre-emptive war in Iraq, and in June 2004, he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel and on July 19, 2004, he was appointed commanding officer of 437 Transport Squadron at CFB Trenton, Ontario, a post he held for two years.[11][22][23][24][25][26]

From December 2005 to May 2006, Williams also served as the commanding officer of Camp Mirage, a secretive logistics facility believed to be located at Al Minhad Air Base in DubaiUnited Arab Emirates that provides support to Canadian Forces operations in Afghanistan.[11][22][23][27]

He was posted to the Directorate of Air Requirements on July 21, 2006 where he served as project director for the Airlift Capability Projects Strategic (C-17 Globemaster III) and Tactical (CC-130J Super Hercules), and Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue (CC-127J Spartan), working under Lieutenant General Angus Watt at this posting.[23][28]"

"Defense Ammunition Center (DAC)
Contract Type: Fixed Price
Period of Performance: 10/1/2008 to 9/30/2013

Project Overview:

Since 2008, Serco has assisted DAC with the analysis, design, development, implementation, management/ administration, and evaluation of integrated, enterprise-wide and component-specific training, learning, knowledge management, and strategic human resource management interventions that are critical to achieving their mission. Serco holds an OPM TMA TO with DAC and also a contract through GSA Millenia Lite. When the GSA contract could not support all of DACs needs, Serco recommended the use of the OPM TMA vehicle. Through these contracts, Serco provides training program management support to deliver multi-faceted best practice solutions in training development and delivery, knowledge management, portal technologies, course conversions (ILT and CBT to WBT), mobile performance applications, and Learning Management Systems support. Serco applies the ADDIE model to all course development activities including ILT, WBT, and leading-edge technologies including mobile performance applications. Serco provided LMS support and also developed and continues to manage DAC’s Ammunition Community of Excellence. ….

Types of Solutions Developed:

Serco converted DAC curriculum from predominantly ILT to a blended training environment that provided DL, ILT support, continuous performance support through a CoP, and mobile application tools for approximately 110,000 students annually. To date, Serco has worked with DAC to grow their online curriculum to more than 60 courses representing approximately 240 hours of training. Serco assisted DAC in migrating to the mandated Army Learning Management System (ALMS) in less than six months. Serco also provides ongoing support for the identification of new DL courses while maintaining and updating the spectrum of existing courses. On the ILT front, Serco provides design support and, when required, additional facilitator/instructor support for several courses.

The CoP provides a repository of relevant materials, a forum for collaborative sharing of information, and an “Ask an Expert” capability for soldiers to receive answers to their questions from qualified DAC resources. The CoP enjoys more than 10,000 active members and has received numerous accolades from appreciative members.

Most recently, Serco proposed the inclusion of mobile application tools and games to reinforce training and provide continuous and “in the field” performance support. To date, Serco has developed six mobile apps which have been distributed for both the iOS (Apple App Store) and Android (Google Play) environments. Together, these apps have reached over 15,000 soldiers and have allowed DAC to become a center of excellence in this burgeoning training environment.

Intended or Achieved Result:

Through the design and delivery of customized instructor-led, web-based training and distribution of mobile performance supports, Serco has increased the number of DAC learners by 10–15% year over year. Serco has increased the number of DAC learners reached annually by 10%–15% via varied modalities.

In 2011 alone:

110,000 Soldiers took a Serco-authored DAC Distance Learning course 15,000 Soldiers participated in a Serco-developed, DAC-sponsored ILT course

15,000 people used the Serco-administrated DAC Ammunition CoP to discover information, references or collaborate with other ammunition professionals"


"[Canada's Camp Mirage – Covertly operated by Serco Goose Green] Al Minhad Air Base (Arabic: قاعدة المنهاد الجوية‎) (IATA: NHD, ICAO:OMDM) is a military installation in the United Arab Emirates. The base is located approximately 15 miles (24 km) south of Dubai and is operated by the United Arab Emirates Air Force.

The airport resides at an elevation of 174 ft (53 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway, 09/27 which has an asphalt surface measuring 3,953 m × 45 m (12,969 ft × 148 ft).[1] and a parallel taxiway with a width of 38 m (125 ft).

Foreign users[edit]

Several foreign countries allied to the United Arab Emirates are believed to have made use of Al Minhad Air Base since the early 2000s to support the logistics supply chain for their army operations in Afghanistan. Use of the Al Minhad Air Base is a sensitive matter for the Government of the United Arab Emirates, which imposes a diplomatic agreement stating that the militaries of foreign governments not advertise the host nation nor location of their operations in the United Arab Emirates due to "local sensitivities" about allowing a foreign military presence within its borders.[2]

The British Armed Forces have operations at the base.[3][2][4] No. 906 Expeditionary Air Wing RAF was stood up at the base on 15 January 2013.[5] 906 Wing was an expansion of the RAF's presence; previously, prior to Christmas 2012, No. 6 Squadron RAF had exercised their Eurofighter Typhoons from the UAE.

The Canadian Forces operated a forward logistics support facility in the Middle East which they had codenamed Camp Mirage. It is widely believed that Camp Mirage was located at Al Minhad Air Base from its founding in fall 2001 until its closure in fall 2010 due to an unrelated disagreement over securing additional landing rights for UAE's civilian airlines at Canadian airports. The United States military relied on the UAE bases for assistance during the Gulf War and the recent conflict in Iraq.

The New Zealand Defence Force and the Military of the Netherlands also have deployed assets here.[2][4]"

British forces to return to Persian Gulf to fill void from U.S. exit
By Shaun Waterman - The Washington Times - Monday, April 29, 2013
Britain is set to restore a military presence in its former imperial stomping grounds in the Persian Gulf, driven in part by the need to fill in behind U.S. forces who will withdraw as part of the Pentagon’s “pivot” to Asia, a London think tank with close ties to the British armed forces said in a study published Monday.

The Royal United Services Institution’s study named al-Minhad air base in Dubai as the likely first candidate for a new British presence, marking the return  of the United Kingdom to its former imperial possessions in the Middle East for the first time in more than 40 years.

Now ISIS behead their OWN fighters: Two fanatics killed for 'spying' and 'banditry' in brutal new twist to fundamentalist regime
Executions took place in Syrian city of Al-Bukamal, near the Iraqi border
One man was tried on charges of 'banditry and robbing Muslims' money'
Second man was convicted of spying on behalf of the Syrian government

Also accused of using [waypoint] devices to help regime warplanes locate militants
Both understood to have been publicly beheaded in Al-Bukamal city centre
PUBLISHED: 14:17 GMT, 16 October 2014 | UPDATED: 14:55 GMT, 16 October 2014
Islamic State militants have publicly beheaded two of their own fighters after they were accused of 'banditry' and spying on behalf of the Syrian government.

The executions took place in the Syrian city of Al-Bukamal after the two men were arrested by members of the terror group's police force and brought before a Sharia law court.

One of the men was successfully tried on charges of 'banditry and robbing Muslims' money', while the second man was convicted of 'spying and embezzlement', with both being sentenced to being beheaded in the centre of Al-Bukamal, which is on the Euphrates River near the border with Iraq.

News of the executions came from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based group monitoring violence in Syria using sources on the ground.

The first man, they said, was convicted of 'banditry and robbing Muslims' money' - a charge likely to have been linked to the practice of money lending or usury. 

The second militants was accused of 'dealing with the regime and throwing electronic chips to keep track of Mujahedeen,' according to the Observatory. 

The use of the phrase 'electronic chips' is understood to refer to small geolocation [Serco offender tag and Camp Mirage waypoint] devices that can be hidden inside ISIS-held buildings or vehicles belonging to senior militants.

The devices can then provide Syrian regime warplanes with detailed information [Camp Mirage waypoints] on which to base a bombing raid. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2795693/now-isis-behead-fighters-two-fanatics-killed-spying-banditry-brutal-new-twist-fundamentalist-regime.html#ixzz3GVqnUpwz 
Marcus Tullius Cicero “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear."

Yours sincerely,


Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation

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