#1444 Marine Links Serco’s Pine Gap Date and GLONASS Time to Sister Marcy’s Con Air Pentagon Bomb
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s Pine Gap date and GLONASS time stamp on images of the bombing of the Pentagon during a phony war game, to his sister Kristine Marcy’s deployment of prisoners and aliens on Con Air (‘JPATS’) aircraft on 9/11.
McConnell claims that his sister and SES founder Marcy and her protégé Robert Hanssen – a convicted spy for Putin’s former colleagues in the St. Petersburg branch of the KGB – arranged for the GLONASS/GPS time-splicing codes to be stolen from the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown’s office and transferred to US Small Business Administration companies with Serco for the al-Qaeda Wag the Dog story of 9/11.
McConnell notes the date and time stamps on the image of the 9/11 Pentagon bombing are September 12, 2001 (Pine Gap date) and 17:37:19 (8 hours later than the perceived impact time of 9:37, consistent with Serco’s GMT – 4 hours for EDT Pentagon time zone and Serco’s GMT + 4 hours for Moscow Daylight Time which applies to the Putin-sponsored GLONASS telemetry/tracking station in Saint Petersburg).
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“Pine Gap gears for war with eye on Iraq
By Craig Skehan, Defence Correspondent
September 30 2002
The top priority for the Australian-US satellite ground station at Pine Gap, near Alice Springs, has been shifted to intelligence gathering in Iraq, including target identification, ahead of a threatened US-led first strike.
Well-placed sources say Pine Gap will also be able to directly transmit information to commanders in Iraq during a conflict. This would include directing the firing of missiles and the dropping of bombs.
In addition, Pine Gap is equipped to detect the launch of any Scud missiles fired by Iraq at its neighbours, including Israel.
Michael McKinley, a strategic analyst at the Australian National University in Canberra, said yesterday that the US had been boosting its satellite capability since the 1991 Gulf War, including the level of information feeding into Pine Gap.
“What you are looking at with Pine Gap is a lot of signals intercepts and photo reconnaissance,” he said.
“Certainly in relation to identifying specific targets, Pine Gap is important. The Pine Gap contribution is very much more significant than any sending of Australian soldiers.
“The public record concerning the functions of Pine Gap does not leave any doubt that there is a contribution being made now.”
In the event of a war, Dr McKinley said, Pine Gap would have a wider role in missile intercept operations. “It will be part of the regional missile defence system.”
During the Gulf War, Israeli reports praised Australia for relaying Scud missile launch warnings from the Nurrungar joint US-Australian facility in South Australia, but that task has now been assigned to Pine Gap.
“I think it is prudent to assume they still have some Scud missiles,” Dr McKinley said.
The Defence Minister, Robert Hill, last month visited Pine Gap, which is one of the world’s largest and most advanced satellite ground stations.
At Pine Gap there are senior US personnel from the National Security Agency, the leading signals interception body, the National Reconnaissance Office, which operates intelligence satellites, and
It has 26 antennas, 14 of them with white domes, and accompanying the huge technological upgrade has been a big increase to more than 850 Australian and US personnel.
The senior Australian official is John McCarthy, who had a previous stint at Pine Gap during the Gulf War.
Dr Ron Huisken, a former director-general of alliance policy at the Australian Department of Defence who had responsibility for Pine Gap, said yesterday that the importance of the ground station had been enhanced since the September 11 attacks.
“With the imminent prospect of an attack on Iraq, it will now be the top priority for Pine Gap. It does not just become important when the firing starts; as an intelligence facility it does a lot of work before the conflict.”
Pine Gap already receives intelligence information from three geo-stationary satellites over the Indian Ocean, and another satellite above Indonesia is to be linked to the ground station this year.
It can intercept a range of microwave communications – including mobile telephone, telex and the Internet – and is now tapping into the transmission of information related to Iraqi military planning.
The sophisticated new antennas mean that Pine Gap is also able to locate mobile radio and radar transmitters.
During a military campaign against Iraq, dissemination of targeting and other information from Pine Gap to commanders in the field would be aided by specialist US cryptologic personnel [allegedly deployed by Kristine Marcy and Bruce McConnell] already stationed there.”
More to follow.