#2115: Marine Links Serco Trident Ad Hoc Waypoints to Auld Alliance Airbus Red Switch Nuke
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco‘s development of ad-hoc waypoint technology for the remote and malicious retargeting of ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) based out of HMNB Clyde to an alleged Auld Alliance hack of Airbus operations of the U.S. Defense Red Switch Network at RAF Oakhanger and the associated opportunity for Serco to engage in the nuclear blackmail of leaders of her Her Majesty’s Government.
McConnell claims that Serco root company RCA GB, set up the first modern Auld Alliance waypoint hack by helping Free French leader General Charles de Gaulle and the Old Etonian Scottish peer, William Francis Forbes-Sempill, the 19th Lord Sempill, to block the timely and accurate Anglosphere communications needed by the United States Navy if it was to successfully defend Pearl Harbor against the ad hoc waypoint attacks of December 7, 1941.
McConnell also claims that Serco has set up nuke-in-the-middle opportunities to attack the citizens of The Anglosphere by infiltrating tagged offenders into potentially subversive groups including the RAF Oakhanger No 1001 Signal Unit responsible for supporting SkyNet satellite communications services for HM Armed Forces worldwide, and the radical members of Auld Alliance chapters in Paris, Glasgow and Chicago.
McConnell and his Abel Danger researchers believe that the results of the referendum on independence for Scotland scheduled for Thursday September 18 should be set aside until the threat from retargeted Trident nukes with ad hoc waypoints uploaded by Serco and Auld Alliance operatives, has been neutralized.
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No 1001 Signal Unit, responsible for supporting satellite communications
services for the British Armed Forces worldwide. The
unit was made up of four sub-units; Space Operations, Ground Operations,
Telemetry and Control and Support with subordinate detachments based at RAF Rudloe Manor, RAF Colerne and RAF Defford. Command and Control of the system was
conducted from Oakhanger, with a planning unit based at Rudloe Manor,
co-located with No1 Signal Unit and Controller Defence Communication Network.
The Colerne and Defford detachments provided a ground anchoring capability for
the communications spacecraft. The Defford detachment was managed by the
Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, later QinetiQ.
responsible for flying a constellation of Skynet satellites, up to the fourth
iteration of six space vehicles which supported Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force units. The space vehicles were
controlled on a permanent basis from Oakhanger with command and control traffic
being passed from one of the three ground stations. Space Squadron also
controlled the flight of space vehicles on behalf of NATO,
with an earth station at the nearby NATO ground terminal. The constellation
comprised geosynchronous satellites,
providing Earth coverage and higher power coverage over Northern Europe.
responsibility for planning the routing of traffic via the space vehicles, from
a number of locations in the United Kingdom to either stationary ground
terminals such as Germany, Cyprus, Ascension Island and the Falkland Islands or tactical ground
terminals, mounted in ships or vehicles and operated by Tactical Communications Wing, 30
Signal Regiment, 16 Signal Regiment, 264 (SAS) Signal Squadron or the Royal
Marines Signal Squadrons.
Secure Communications in 2003 in a Private Finance
Initiative arrangement. The station was subsequently decommissioned, closed and handed over
to Paradigm at that time. Paradigm Secure Communications is now known as Astrium Services.
now designated Telemetry & Command Station Oakhanger, Satellite Ground
Station Oakhanger and Satellite Ground Terminal F4 (operated on behalf of NATO).
The sites are now used to support the Skynet
of the European
Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) that provided civil and
military space systems and services from 2006 to 2013. In 2012, Astrium had
a turnover of
€5.8 billion and 18,000 employees in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain
and the Netherlands. Astrium was a member of Institute of
Space, its Applications and Technologies.
was merged with Cassidian, the defence division of EADS and Airbus
Military to form Airbus Defence & Space. EADS
itself reorganized as the Airbus Group, with three divisions that include Airbus, Airbus
Defence & Space, and Airbus Helicopters.””
auxiliary maritime service provided by Serco Group to
the United Kingdom’s Naval Service (including the Royal Navy and Royal
Marines) and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. Marine Services
primarily operates from the nation’s three main naval bases, HMNB
Portsmouth, HMNB Devonport and HMNB Clyde,
but also supports training and operations overseas, as well as at various British Overseas Territories. Marine
Services was previously provided by the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service until
its disbandment in 2008. Thereafter, it was briefly provided by Serco Denholm
(a joint venture between Serco Group and Denholm
Denholm’s share was bought out in late 2009 by its larger partner, Serco.
with the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service to provide Marine Services for the
United Kingdom’s Naval Service. However, by 1996 Marine Services was put out to
commercial tender by the Ministry of Defence Warship Support Agency (now part of the Defence Equipment and Support organisation)
which resulted in all tugs, lifting craft and various tenders being operated by
Serco Denholm (the joint venture between Serco Group and Denholm Group). The
commercial tender awarded to Serco Denholm also included the management of
naval bases Devonport, Portsmouth and Clyde. At
the time of the International Festival of the Sea in
2005, Serco Denholm were operating over 120 vessels in support of the Naval
Service, including tugs, passenger vessels, pilot boats and a range of stores
and tank-cleaning lighters. Although
Serco Denholm operated and provided all auxiliaries, it did so under the then
Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service.
awarded the “Future Provision of Marine Services” contract (a Private Finance Initiative) to the
preferred bidders, Serco Denholm. In
December 2007, Serco began the flagship £1bn Private Finance Initiative to
provide marine services to the Royal Navy for the next 15 years. This contract
includes the manning, operation and maintenance of over one hundred vessels and
the introduction of around thirty new ones. As
a direct result of this, the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service which had
previously provided this role was formally disbanded on 31 March 2008. All
vessels formally prefixed RMAS assumed the SD prefix instead.
the larger partner in the joint venture with Denholm) bought out Denholm’s
share. Since then, all vessels have seen the SD funnel logos replaced with the
Serco logo on the vessels superstructure. However the SD prefix has been retained.
The service is now known as Serco Marine Services.“
Each submarine is armed with up to 16 Trident
IImissiles. The class was
introduced in 1994 as part of the UK government’s Trident nuclear weapons programme. The class
includes four boats: Vanguard, Victorious, Vigilant andVengeance. They were built at Barrow-in-Furness by Vickers Shipbuilding and
Engineering between 1986 and 1999, which is now owned by BAE Systems. All
four subs are based at HM Naval Base Clyde (HMS Neptune), 40 km
(25 mi) west of Glasgow, Scotland.”
decommissioning of the Royal
Air Force WE.177free-fall
nuclear bombs in 1998, the four Vanguard submarines are the sole platforms for
the United Kingdom’s nuclear weapons.”
Several years ago the fire control systems on US Trident submarines was
adjusted to respond to a similar SWPS requirement. This involved adding a
PC-based system onto submarines for rapid retargeting of missiles [by Serco –
Airbus operatives of the U.S. Defense Red Switch Network through RAF Oakhanger].
In that case the same system was also installed on Royal Navy submarines.
Future modifications to the US SWPS would probably affect British Trident
cements Auld Alliance
recognised actors arrived in Scotland yesterday to forge closer cultural links
between Glasgow and his native country.
Leon, Ronin and Godzilla, was guest of honour at a civic reception at the City
Chambers as Glasgow celebrated its ancient links with France. Liz Cameron, the
lord provost, and Reno became friends after they met 18 months ago in St Malo in
Brittany. The actor was also introducing Tais Toi, his latest film, in which he
co-stars with Gerard Depardieu, at the Glasgow Film Theatre as part of a French
film festival. He said: ”I am overjoyed at the opportunity to attend the
French Film Festival UK, which is doing so much to widen the range of le cinema
francais seen in Scotland and the rest of the UK. ”I am especially pleased, in
the year of the Entente Cordiale celebrations, to visit Glasgow, a city that
has intrigued me ever since I met its lord provost, Liz Cameron, who is such a
great ‘ambassadress’.” The lord provost met Casablanca-born Reno during a
seafaring celebration organised by Si Tous Les Port du Monde (confederation of
world ports), which has Reno as its patron. The provost, a fluent French
speaker and confirmed francophile, said: ”It’s an honour for the city and the
festival to have such a world-class star as our guest After all, Scotland and
France share the oldest bi-lateral agreement of all, the Auld Alliance, all 700
years of it.”
from Bordon and is the Master Engineering Control Centre for Britain’s
Military Satellite Communications Systems.
dispersed among 3 sites situated within a mile radius of each other. East site
is the main operations control site. West site is the servicing centre for
satellites communications equipment TCS is the telemetry and control station, monitoring
situated behind the Red Lion pub in Oakhanger
Village was first used for experimental
space communications in 1954, when it bounced a voice signal off the moon and
received it back.
moved to Bordon in 1969 when both east site and TCS sites were constructed.”
alliance du monde”
delivered in Edinburgh in June 1942, Charles de Gaulle described the alliance between
Scotland and France as “the oldest alliance in the world”. He also
where for five centuries the destiny of France was at stake, there were always
men of Scotland to fight side by side with men of France, and what Frenchmen
feel is that no people has ever been more generous than yours with its
were held in both countries for the 700th anniversary of the beginning of the
published the result of her research on this matter and concluded accordingly that the Auld Alliance is actually unrevoked after all. “
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