In a video recently published on the investigative, conspiratorial-thinking type YouTube channel MrMBB333, what seems to be a big, strange radar anomaly over the state of Texas was examined.
Near Abilene, Texas, a very unusual, bright patch of activity was observed by the man behind the YouTube channel. It looked like this.
He noted that he wasn’t entirely certain whether or not this bright patch was something going on in the sky, or a sort of digital artifact, something about the equipment being used to observe the activity or something like that.
One commenter responded:
“I saw on a few sites things that looked like this..it was weird stuff like military flax or flack .The next one was in Texas /Mexico it was at exactly dusk and it was bats.you have 1 of the biggest colonies of bat’s anywhere..3. Was a chemical plant explosion/giant leak…but I’m going with the Grey’s missing the boat and having to catch the back up ferry..lol but1st 3 answers were real….I do not know now -a- days. We are kept in the dark order fake answers with or without the truth mixed in…good luck on your search for what it is…maybe a smart person will help you..lol”
One interesting thing about the region this strange anomaly was captured over, is the fact that an air force base is right in the center of it: Dyess Air Force base.
Dyess employs 5,000 people at the base, which makes it the single largest employer in the area. Unfortunately Texas is the site of a lot of things like this, as well as a very freedom-loving population of people who ideologically clash with the military mentality.
Nearly 200 facilities exist on this air force base, making the realm of possibility for weird phenomena that would affect radar quite broad if you think about it.
So much has come from the base, reading an article about it is a long, droning but very important account of a seed of global warfare.
According to Wikipedia:
“Within its first year, the 7th Wing’s diverse mission made it one of the most active units in the United States Air Force. The C-130s were deployed around the globe performing several airlift missions to Europe and the Persian Gulf. The crews and support people of the B-1s focused on enhancing the purpose of the Lancer in a post-Soviet 21st century.”
“The 7th Bomb Wing and 317th Airlift Group were called to duty once again shortly after 11 September 2001. Both played and continue to play vital roles in both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Many of the 7th BW’s B-1s and support personnel deploy to Southwest Asia. From there the 7 BW provides close air support to troops in the field and precision strike missions with the B-1B Lancer. The 317th Airlift Group has been deployed continuously to Southwest Asia since December 2003 where the group provides airlift support to OIF, OEF and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa operations.”
Texas is a place packed with military bases, so for some radar anomaly to come from this place makes perfect sense. Always watch what happens around the air force bases.