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The JADE in Jade Helm 15 Is an AI Software Program

May 18, 2015 James Tracy Headlines, Videopolice state and civil rights, surveillance


The DOD’s GLOBAL INFORMATION GRID is going to be the primary framework for network-centric warfare.

JADE = Joint Assistant for Development and Execution: BBN Technologies, Raytheon in conjunction with DARPA

“JADE” is an AI quantum computing technology that produces holographic battlefield simulations, and has the ability to use vast amounts of data being collected on the human domain to generate human terrain systems in geographic population centric locations to identify and eliminate targets, insurgents, rebels, or whatever labels that can be flagged as targets in a Global Information Grid for Network Centric Warfare environments.

The “JADE” In Jade Helm 15 Is An A.I. 

The JADE II battlefield system is cognitive and intuitive. It can examine prior executed battle plans and devise “new and better” strategies to increase the “kill chain”. The II generation of JADE has the capability for two-way communication with drones through OCCOM technology, which is one of the next generation integrations to this system.

In short, JADE HELM will not be battles directed by Generals and Military Commanders, but by a computer. It is a cognitive software program based on a Network Centric Warfare System at the HELM.

Please get this information out, share, re-post. It would seem the Jade Helm 15 exercise is actually a system roll-out, and more diabolical than we originally imagined.

May 20, 2015

What is Jade Helm 15?

Joint Assistant for Development and Execution

Bedouin Arab Israeli Defense Force soldiers take part in a tracking drill in southern Israel

In one of the largest military training exercises ever carried out on American soil, Jade Helm 15, military personnel and supporting equipment will operate in nine states, with Utah, Texas, and parts of California designated as simulated “hostile territory.” Jade Helm 15 will last eight weeks from July 15 through September 15, 2015. The officially-stated goal is to prepare Special Operations Forces for “threats abroad.” The training operation will take place on private land, with permission from the landowners, and on public land, with the permission of state and local authorities. Governor Greg Abbott has ordered the Texas State Guard to monitor the exercises in Texas, after a frenzy of speculation on the internet that Jade Helm 15 is a precursor to martial law. What is it really all about?


We learn from an Air Force Research Laboratory Final Technical Report, dated August 2001, that JADE stands for Joint Assistant for Development and Execution. JADE’s purpose is “to assist in the development of force packages… that need to be deployed to some location in support of… warfighting.” With JADE software, military planners can build a preliminary force deployment plan in less than one hour. If there are changes to the plan, such as change in geography or territory, the program quickly generates another plan. In other words, it has the flexibility to complete the original plan with new parameters.


The “15” in Jade Helm 15 is obviously the year 2015. “HELM,” however, is more difficult to decipher. Internet bloggers have speculated that HELM is an acronym for Homeland Eradication of Local Militants, but this could not be verified. The most obvious meaning of “Helm” is that the goal of a military operation is to be in control of a strategically significant situation, as in “at the helm” of a ship.

“Master the Human Domain”

The logo for Jade Helm contains this phrase: “Master the Human Domain.” Historically, military campaigns focused on conquering territory and geographical terrain. In other words, they would fight to “take the hill.” To deal with the new elements of terrorists and insurgents, the U.S. Military must now have a new strategy which includes dealing with the variables of the humans who populate the terrain of a future war, the “human domain.” In this training for covert operations, soldiers “wearing civilian attire and driving civilian vehicles” will attempt to move around within communities without attracting attention. Local cells of civilians will be alerted to pay attention to how well the soldiers blend in with the local environment.

It will likely be unnerving to townspeople to see Green Berets, Navy Seals, Air Force and Marine Special Operations personnel, military aircraft, low-altitude airdrops of soldiers, and weapons firing blank rounds in their communities. The plan also calls for civilian “role players” (like the “crisis actors” in previous emergency drills) to conduct “suspicious activities,” so that the Special Operations Forces can train in a more true-to-life environment.

Conditioned for Troops on the Streets

Jade Helm is a massive field training exercise to help Special Operations Forces improve their survival, evasion, resistance, and escape capabilities. Military planners will observe how civilians respond to a military presence in their communities, and this information will likely be added to Armed Forces databases for future force deployment planning. Michael Snyder has noted that many people are concerned about elaborate training exercises, such as Jade Helm, because so much of civil unrest training by police and National Guard forces “seems to eerily correspond with actual events.” It is logical to expect that, as they find themselves in the midst of such realistic and elaborately detailed training exercises, local residents will become anxious and distressed. Wouldn’t you? Nevertheless, eventually, many more Americans may have to become accustomed to seeing troops on the streets.

By Rick Brinegar

Tags: Military, World Government, world war 3


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