FOREIGN TROOPS ON ATV’S TRAINING FOR SEARCH AND DESTROY MISSIONS, OF THOSE WHO FLEE OR ALREADY LIVING IN THE REMOTE MOUNTAIN AREAS

Hi Steve,

There has been some strange things going on here in Butte, MT. Almost
every week there has been some type of training going on. In the past
several months the air space over Butte has been alive day and night with
all types of military. We have seen helicopter drills landing taking off
and pattern flying with one to several choppers at different times. Other
times we are seeing different military planes doing the same things. This
week our local paper got some good pics of para jumpers in the sky over our
city. The paper stated that the training is military doing drills as high
altitude training ....The paper also stated that military is being dropped
in the Highlands (our local mountain range out side of Butte).... Sorry for
the vague descriptions of the aircraft, as I am not military so I can not
give exact models, But I can tell military from civilian air craft....Many
people have been talking around town about the activity and some talk is
that the para jumpers were foreign troops getting training
here?..........Then tonight I was driving home by the airport as I do
daily, do to where I live..It was just about dark and there was a huge dust
cloud blowing from the airport. As I made my way down a side street that
parallels the airport boundary fence I see this long line of 4 wheelers
riding the dirt road boundary of the airport maybe 8-10 all in line like
they were doing a patrol or getting to know the boundaries....I also have a
friend that is a well known atv instructor here and he has told me in the
past he was hired to take military into the mountains on atvs and train
them how to ride.....I have not asked if the people he is training were
foreign because he is usually pretty quiet about what they do on the atv
trainings...


The more I see and hear the more we need to pray for His Bloods
protection...….Scott

Apr 20, 2015

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