Could military tests/development be behind the strange phenomenon over military arsenal in Alabama, as state of the art weapons and radar companies are discovered around the epicenter?
The staff of ATR reached out to DutchSinse, a weather modification and weather anomaly expert, for comment on the recent “mystery blob” that formed over Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. This strange anomaly has baffled local meteorologists.
Guess who else has a large building at the Epicenter of the pulse..
BAE Systems.. the builder of HAARP in Alaska ! In a crazy twist of fate.. also at the location… DECIBEL SYSTEMS!! A RADAR company!
34°42’55.18″N , 86°40’47.21″W
also at the epicenter.. Northrop Grumman, the Defense Acquisition University, and SPARTA
Here’s the answer to what you’re seeing on RADAR — its a relatively new technique employed by the US Airforce, US Navy, US Army, and also NOAA.
Just searched on Google Earth. The pulse epicenter is the Raytheon Building just north of the highway! 34°42’45.81″N , 86°41’29.40″W
401 Jan Davis Dr NW,
Huntsville, AL 35806
The Raytheon Building, a state-of-the-art, robot-controlled missile production facility that was opened earlier this year.
In a press release from Raytheon in February of 2013:
Welcome to Huntsville, Ala., where workers will soon produce a key piece of the U.S. missile defense plan, the Standard Missile-3, in a gleaming factory designed with virtual reality tools and outfitted with the latest machinery. The same Raytheon Redstone Missile Integration Facility will also produce the Standard Missile-6, a ship-defense missile.
“This is really the first large-missile automated factory,” said Steve Larson, Raytheon’s director of Manufacturing Innovation. “For an affordable, safe, high mission-assurance type application, this is the only way to do it.”
Raytheon designed the factory from scratch with the latest robotics and computer-controlled tools, said Randy Stevenson, Weapon Integration Center director.
“Nothing was left to chance and no idea was discounted,” Stevenson said. “We started with a blank sheet.”
Designers used a virtual reality chamber, the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment, at Raytheon’s Missile Systems business in Arizona to test all aspects of the factory long before the first girders were placed in the ground.
Defense Acquisition University
HUNTSVILLE TIMES Feb 17, 2010 — A new 62,500-square-foot building for Defense Acquisition University’s South Region campus in Huntsville will allow the Department of Defense agency to provide training for more students.
“We trained about 7,700 people last year,” said Gary Byrum, director of operations at DAU South Region. With the expansion, the number of students is expected to grow by around 25 percent, reaching about 9,500, he said.
DAUs Huntsville office can also accommodate nearly 6,000 distance-learning students a year, he said.
DAU, which has 20 regional campuses and satellite locations in all, educates and provides certification training to acquisition employees in the Department of Defense and other government agencies and defense-related private industry. It also offers the Senior Service College Fellowship program, a 10-month program for high-level civilian DoD managers, in Huntsville, Detroit and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday at the Huntsville facility at 7115 Old Madison Pike.
deciBel Research Co.
WIKI: deciBel Research, Inc. is a small high-technology business with emphasis on advancements in radar systems and sensor technologies, currently supporting U.S. Army and Missile Defense Agency customers. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, the staff of deciBel Research, Inc. specializes in the design, development, testing, and applications of advanced radar systems.
AL.Com: deciBel Research, Inc. has been awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, fixed price contract for the development and testing of upgraded early warning radars.
The contract has a value of up to $120 million. Under the terms of the contract deciBel Research will develop and test upgraded early warning radars and the Cobra Dane radar. Both radars provide tracking for ballistic missiles launched at the U.S., deployed forces, and allied nations.The radars include in the tests are Beale Air Force Base in Calif., Royal Air Force Fylingdales in the United Kingdom, Thule Air Base, Greenland and CD radar located at Eareckson Air Station on Shemya Island, Alaska. The work will be performed in Huntsville.
FBO.GOV: deciBel Research, Inc. Huntsville, Alabama, was awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) fixed price incentive firm-target contract under contract # HQ0147-13-D-0001. The total ceiling award value is $120,000,000. Under this new IDIQ contract, the contractor efforts include the development and testing of Upgraded Early Warning Radars (UEWR) and the COBRA DANE (CD) radar that provide acquisition and tracking of ballistic missiles launched against the United States, deployed forces, friendly nations, and allies. The effort encompasses the execution of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) test related activities that include planning, integrating, executing, and analyzing UEWR and CD BMDS flight tests, ground tests (including MDA benchmark integration testing), and element tests for each test event defined in the BMDS Integrated Master Test Plan. The radars include UEWRs at Beale Air Force Base in California, Royal Air Force Fylingdales in the United Kingdom, Thule Air Base, Greenland and CD radar located at Eareckson Air Station on Shemya Island, Alaska. The work will be performed in Huntsville, Alabama. The ordering period is from November 1, 2012 through October 31, 2017. This contract was competitively procured via publication on the Federal Business Opportunities website with six (6) proposals received. Fiscal Year 2013 Research, Development, Test and Evaluation funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This is not a Foreign Military Sales acquisition. The Missile Defense Agency, Huntsville, Alabama, is the contracting activity (HQ0147).
AL.COM: The BAE Systems Huntsville office on Voyager Way is the headquarters of the company’s Support Solutions Space and Missile Defense programs and has about 150 employees. Among the programs the company supports locally are advanced directed energy weapons, the deployment of global and theater ballistic missile defenses, designing advanced materials for future space mission and integrating the next generation of Army air and missile defense systems.
308 Voyager Way
Huntsville, AL 35806
Westar Aerospace & Defense Group, Inc
About US: Founded in 1993, Westar started out designing custom military display test equipment and quickly evolved into a world class producer of LCD controllers, video processors, LCD testers, optical instruments and display measurement systems. In 2004, Westar Display Technologies was acquired by QinetiQ North America (QNA), a diversified technology company. Today, Westar Display Technologies is a leading supplier of video processing solutions and display QA and automated optical measurement systems to companies worldwide.
QINETIQ: QinetiQ North America delivers innovative solutions to support defense, security and intelligence organizations, such as the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense, and to support federal civilian agencies, such as the Department of State, General Services Administration and NASA. We seek out the most demanding missions and support the people who make and carry out mission-essential decisions.
We come to work every day to serve as — and to take immense pride in being — a partner who enables our customers to reach mission success. Our core service and solution capabilities are:
- Space engineering
- Software solutions / Enterprise IT
- Cyber intelligence
- Systems integration / Systems engineering
- Training / Modeling & Simulation
- Logistics / lifecycle management
AL.COM: Sparta, a subsidiary of Cobham, has agreed to be acquired by Parsons for $350 million, the company announced today. The transaction is subject to government approval. Parsons, based in Pasadena, Calif., provides mission-critical technical services to the U.S. government.
Sparta, which does business as Cobham Analytics Solutions at its facility on Diamond Drive in Cummings Research Park, provides advanced systems engineering, cybersecurity and mission-support services, primarily to the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and the intelligence community. The company has about 300 employees in Huntsville.
PARSONS.COM: SPARTA, Inc., recently acquired by Parsons, provides world-class technical products and services to the defense, intelligence and homeland security sectors of the US federal government. SPARTA’s vision has been consistent since 1979—apply the best intellectual talent to help solve major national challenges. The company focuses on problems that require critical technical analysis, innovative computer science and engineering solutions, complex network analysis and architecture development, and expert acquisition support.
COBHAM: The Group offers an innovative range of technologies and services to solve challenging problems across commercial, defence and security markets, from deep space to the depths of the ocean. It has market leading positions in air-to-air refuelling; aviation services; audio, video and data communications, including satellite communications; defence electronics; life support and mission equipment.
Northrop Grumman, Inc.
ABOUT US: Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in unmanned systems, cybersecurity, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide.
WIKI: Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) is an American global aerospace and defense technology company formed by the 1994 purchase of Grumman by Northrop. The company was the fourth-largest defense contractor in the world as of 2010, and the largest builder of naval vessels. Northrop Grumman employs over 75,000 people worldwide. Its 2010 annual revenue is reported at US$28 billion. Northrop Grumman ranks No. 72 on the 2011 Fortune 500 list of America’s largest corporations and ranks in the top ten military-friendly employers. It has its headquarters in West Falls Church, Virginia.