Monday, September 24, 2007

CENTCOM Team To Perfect Secret Strike Plan On Iran

Sometimes the addition to the story is just lobbed into my lap, so to speak.

A highly confidential strategic planning group? How "highly confidential" is something being bandied about on the the World Wide Web? Hahaha.

This also isn't really news. Preparation, although not part of Bush's style is essential as a contingency.
THE United States Air Force has set up a highly confidential strategic planning group tasked with “fighting the next war” as tensions rise with Iran.

Project Checkmate, a successor to the group that planned the 1991 Gulf War’s air campaign, was quietly reestablished at the Pentagon in June.

It reports directly to General Michael Moseley, the US Air Force chief, and consists of 20-30 top air force officers and defence and cyberspace experts with ready access to the White House, the CIA and other intelligence agencies.

Detailed contingency planning for a possible attack on Iran has been carried out for more than two years by Centcom (US central command), according to defence sources. [emphasis mine]

You guys need to be much more careful. No wonder you get hacked.

Via BlackListedNews.

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