Friday, March 11, 2011

Army, CIA and Canadian Forces jointly training at Fort Leavenworth

I will admit this story disturbs me a bit.... Give me a "false flag" sort of feeling.

Army officials are preparing to conduct what they say is a rare training event involving the U.S. military, the CIA, Canadian officers and other government agencies.

The Joint Intermediate Staff Planning Exercise will be held March 21-25 at Fort Leavenworth's Lewis and Clark Center, home of the Army Command and General Staff College.

The week long event is designed to encourage participants to confront the challenges and uncertainties of joint, interagency and multinational operations.

Besides the CIA, agencies taking part include the U.S. treasury and state departments, U.S. Agency for International Development, the Defense Threat Readiness Agency and the International Red Cross. Officers from the Canadian Forces College will represent their nation.

Covered at Army Times
I am not noticing any Canadian coverage of this news. Anyone?

1 comment:

  1. Seems like a joint military exercise to coordinate specific areas of responsibility in the deployment of a mil-intel synthesised false-flag op or insurgency. This appears to be an attempt to address at contingency of insurgency for North America. They also don't want to be caught in an Egypt or Libya situation, because when people finally rise to the occasion all bet are off and their endgame is terminated. What should be of note are the "other government agencies" that were conspicuously absent from mention, i.e. FEMA, NORTHCOM, the FBI, etc.