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nUkiEmOLe iNfO #17/ 22 Feb 2017: What is a U.S. Air Force deploys WC-135 nuclear sniffer – nuclear-Molecular is nUkiEmOLe dot oRg
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nUkiEmOLe iNfO #17/ 22 Feb 2017: What is a U.S. Air Force deploys WC-135 nuclear sniffer

nUkiEmOLe iNfO #17/ 22 Feb 2017

What is a U.S. Air Force deploys WC-135 nuclear sniffer

 

The existence of an aero-Jet since 1963 as an exceptional method of capturing Radionuclides from atmosphere, has been sent to investigate, 6-weeks after North Korea dispensed a nuclear-Weapon over north-Pacific. No flotilla of scientists, akin that of measuring “chem-tRails” on land would be, was displaced onto salt-waters of the ocean at all—no mentions. This fact of a airplane signifies what secrecy, possibly, was kept from the amer-Public. Where the Iodine-131, detected first of all, was not mentioned, so where the source was were that on Jan 6th is long gone? Seems there are more assertives being funneled in black-Ops or secrecy for no explained-Reason, explainable, but ascertainable?

“R”

 

“The Constant Phoenix was commissioned by Army Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower in September 1947, as he gave the Army Air Forces — a precursor of the Air Force — responsibility for detecting atomic explosions worldwide, Air Force officials said. The mission was initially assigned to the WB-29 aircraft, but was swapped over to WB-50 and eventually the WC-135 by 1965.

Air sample missions have been carried out routinely since, with the WC-135 playing a key role in tracking radioactive debris after the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in the Soviet Union in 1986, according to an Air Force fact sheet. The WC-135 is currently the only aircraft in the service carrying out air-sampling missions, with crews from the 45th Reconnaissance Squadron at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska typically manning them. Equipment on board is operated by members of the Air Force Technical Applications Center.”[1]

 

AND

 

“…the center developed a modular system of sensors that could be plugged in and flown on any cargo-type aircraft. AFTAC operates the U.S. Atomic Energy Detection System, a global network of nuclear blast detectors that includes, in addition to the aircraft, seismometers, undersea listening devices, and satellite-mounted optical sensors calibrated to detect the flash of an above-ground atomic explosion. There hasn’t been an above-ground test since 1980, when China detonated two bombs in the atmosphere.”[2]

 

 

“On Feb. 17, 2017, U.S. Air Force WC-135C Constant Phoenix Nuclear explosion “sniffer,” serial number 62-3582, using radio call sign “Cobra 55” deployed to RAF Mildenhall, UK.

As we have already reported the WC-135 is a derivative of the Boeing C-135 transport and support plane. Two of these aircraft are in service today out of the ten examples operated since 1963. The aircraft are flown by flight crews from the 45th Reconnaissance Squadron from Offutt Air Force Base while mission crews are staffed by Detachment 1 from the Air Force Technical Applications Center.

The WC-135, known as the “sniffer” or “weather bird” by its crews, can carry up to 33 personnel. However, crew compliments are kept to a minimum during mission flights in order to lessen levels of radioactive exposure.

 

Effluent gasses are gathered by two scoops on the sides of the fuselage, which in turn trap fallout particles on filters. The mission crews have the ability to analyze the fallout residue in real-time, helping to confirm the presence of nuclear fallout and possibly determine the characteristics of the warhead involved.

Tracking over the #UK

US Air Force

WC-135C Constant Phoenix

Nuclear explosion ‘sniffer’

62-3582 COBRA55https://t.co/fvbSNtInVP pic.twitter.com/BB1WbDzAZK

— CivMilAir   (@CivMilAir) February 17, 2017

Along with monitoring nuke testing, the WC-135 is used to track radioactive activity as happened after the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster in the Soviet Union in 1986 and Fukushima incident back in 2011.

 

One of these aircraft was deployed near North Korea in anticipation of Kim Jong Un rocket launches then was spotted transiting the UK airspace in August 2013 raising speculations it was used in Syria thanks to the ability to detect chemical substances down wind from the attack area days, or weeks after they were dispersed.

Although they cross the European airspace every now and then, their deployment in the Old Continent is somehow rare. As of yet, there has been no official statement from the U.S. military about the reasons why such nuclear research aircraft was deployed there. However, many sources suggest the aircraft was tasked with investigating the spike in Iodine levels detected in northern Europe since the beginning of January.

Iodine-131 (131I), a radionuclide of anthropogenic origin, has recently been detected in tiny amounts in the ground-level atmosphere in Europe. The preliminary report states it was first found during week 2 of January 2017 in northern Norway. Iodine-131 was also detected in Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain, until the end of January.

 

…no one seems to know the reason behind the released Iodine-131. Along with nuclear power plants, the isotope is also widely used in medicine and its presence in the air could be the effect of several different incidents.

Or, as someone speculates, it could have been the side effect of a test of a new nuclear warhead in Russia: an unlikely (considered the ability to detect nuke tests through satellites and seismic detectors) violation of Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

Maybe the WC-135 will help authorities find out the origin of the Iodine-131.”[3]

 

Not-so-matter-of-factly, the consequences of de-Contamination ought be coupled w a socio-Political need for having a “public-Defense”. In my soon-to-be-released Volume, this topic will definitively be disclosed and research-Involved. Divulged intimately. Stay tuned to #nUkiEmOLeoRg .

 

the peace-Warrior

 

posted 3:24 p.m./ https://nukiemole.org/nukiemole-inf0-18-22-feb-2017-what-is-a-u-s-air-force-deploys-wc-135-nuclear-sniffer/

[1] “This is the Air Force radiation sniffer plane deploying after North Korea’s nuclear test” By Dan Lamothe January 6, 2016 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2016/01/06/this-is-the-air-force-radiation-sniffing-plane-deploying-after-north-koreas-nuclear-test/

[2] “Bomb Squad: How airborne detectives collect evidence from a cloud of atomic debris” By James Schultz

AIR & SPACE MAGAZINE July 2000 http://www.airspacemag.com/military-aviation/bomb-squad-51534355/

[3] U.S. Air Force deploys WC-135 nuclear sniffer aircraft to UK as spike of radioactive Iodine levels is detected in Europe” the Aviationist Feb 19 2017 https://theaviationist.com/2017/02/19/u-s-air-force-deploys-wc-135-nuclear-sniffer-aircraft-to-uk-after-spike-of-radioactive-iodine-levels-detected-in-europe/

"R" Addison

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