This next exercise is scheduled from January 24 – February 11. The list below has other dates for 2022.
Nellis Air Force Base activated 5G last year, and these exercises will likely involve 5G.
At Red Flag 2021, 5G relocatable cell towers, that can be set up and taken down in less than an hour, will be probably already operating to be tested in a real environment. Nellis base is the fifth base selected by the Pentagon to test the military use of 5G: the others are located in Utah, Georgia, California and Washington State.
Bird, bat, and insect deaths will likely result, as well as potentially serious health problems for people in the Western region, including new or worsened heart rhythm disturbances, headaches and migraines, sleep disruption, chest pain, nausea, bleeding, ringing in the ears, dizziness, cognitive and neurological problems, cellular/oxidative stress, extreme fatigue, memory loss, or other physical problems. This includes people who are not normally electromagnetically sensitive.
These military exercises are a health and environmental hazard.
(Note: The U.S. military has Russian aircraft and uses it for whatever purposes it wants — see below. This is a very dangerous false flag potential).)
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Red Flag and other Air Exercises in the NTTR
The Red Flag exercise, held more or less regularly at Nellis Air Force Base since 1975, are very realistic aerial war games. The purpose is to give pilots from the U.S., NATO and other allied countries an opportunity to practice and refine their skills for real combat situations. This includes the use of “enemy” hardware and live ammunition for bombing exercises within the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR). The exercises with flares and all kinds of aircraft can make a spectacular show, especially at night. There are usually two sorties per day, Monday to Friday: One sortie during daytime and one in the evening or at night.
There are two teams, the good guys (Blue Team) and the aggressors (Red Team). The Red Team is made up of Nellis AFB-based pilots specifically trained for the role as adversary, or aggressor, flying F-15 and F-16 aircraft. During the Cold War they sometimes used actual Russian aircraft, and to this day they use call signs such as MiG and Flanker. The Blue Team consists of the various guest “players”, the students, in their respective aircraft. For most Red Flag exercises the Blue Team includes the roles of Escort, Interdiction, SEAD (Suppression of Enemy Air Defense), Airlift, Command & Control, Reconnaissance, Refueling and Search & Rescue…
Some Red Flag exercises are U.S. only, while others include coalition forces. The list of foreign countries that have participated in the past includes: Argentinia, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Malaysia, NATO, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and Venezuela. The exercises usually last two, sometimes three weeks.
Green Flag is an advanced, realistic, and relevant Air to Surface training exercise, preparing joint and coalition warfighters to meet combatant commander requirements across Air, Space, and Cyberspace. It is primarily conducted in conjunction with U.S. Army National Training Center exercises at Fort Irwin, California. It is a Joint exercise administered by the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center and Nellis Air Force Base through the 549th Combat Training Squadron. Source: Nellis AFB
JFEX Joint Forcible Entry Exercise is a U.S. Air Force Weapons School large-scale air mobility exercise in which participants plan and execute a complex air-land operation in a simulated contested battlefield. JFEX participants’ ability to synchronize aircraft movements from geographically-separated bases, command large formations of dissimilar aircraft in high threat airspace, and tactically deliver and recover combat forces via air drops and combat landings on an unimproved landing strip. Source: Nellis AFB
U.S. Air Force Weapons School Integration (WSINT) is a series of complex, large-force employment missions that serve as the capstone portion of Weapons School classes, which take place twice a year. WSINT involves the planning and execution of every aspect of air, space and cyber combat operations, with joint force components converging over the Nevada Test and Training Range. Source: Nellis AFB
More information on the various Nellis-based exercises can be found on the Nellis AFB web site.
The following schedule shows the planned dates for upcoming air exercises, and dates for past exercises. For information on participating units (if available) click on “Units”. For photos click on “Photos”.
JFEX 22B 12/03/2022 Unconfirmed
WSINT 22B 11/25/2022 – 12/07/2022 Unconfirmed
RED FLAG 22-3 07/18/2022 – 08/05/2022 Unconfirmed
JFEX 22A 06/04/2022 Unconfirmed
WSINT 22A 05/27/2022 – 06/11/2022 Unconfirmed
RED FLAG 22-2 03/07/2022 – 03/18/2022 Unconfirmed
RED FLAG 22-1 01/24/2022 – 02/11/2022 Units
More information and past dates at dreamlandresort.com