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--- harlan girard wrote:

> Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 16:17:07 -0700 (PDT)
>
> Subject: Fwd: Neurological Weapons.
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> Date: Fri,
> 19 Oct 2007 16:12:46 -0700 (PDT)
>
> Subject: Neurological Weapons.
> To: Lynn Surgalla,
> Smokey Stover
>
> Lynn: This is a prodigious piece of work which
> ought to be printed out and carried around by every
> prisoner in the ECCS. I thank you for posting it.
> I thank 'M' (whomever that may be) for turning this
> over to all of us. 'M' seems to understand that it
> is a Nazi-style Air Force biotechnology experiment
> which has led to to all the human misery and death
> in the ECCS.
>

The only thing I might add to your
> presentation is to advise all interested to click on
> 'Counter Personnel Effects on the DOD Wish List'
> (below) and again on 'Influence Operations' (on the
> left-hand side of the page which comes up) to fully
> appreciate the future they face.
>
> Sincerely, Harlan Girard
>
>
> Lynn Surgalla wrote:
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: Lynn Surgalla
>
> To: Undisclosed-Recipient:;
> Sent: Monday, July 02, 2007 11:42 AM
> Subject: Fw: SYNTHETIC TELEPATHY WEAPONS SYSTEMS:
> WARFARE & WARCRIMES
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: LYNN SURGALLA
>
> Sent: Friday, March 02, 2007 9:24 AM
> Subject: SYNTHETIC TELEPATHY WEAPONS SYSTEMS:
> WARFARE & WARCRIMES
>
>
>
> http://artificialtelepathy.blogspot.com/
>
>
> skip to main | skip to sidebar
> Artificial Telepathy
> A thoughtful exploration of mind control
> technologies, with particular emphasis on
> psychotronics and V2K (voice-to-skull) weaponry
>
>
>
>
> Monday, February 12, 2007
> Counter-personnel Effects on DoD Wish List
> The PowerPoint slide at left clearly lists the
> "non-lethal counter-personnel capabilities" that the
> United States Department of Defense wants to acquire
> in the next 10 to 20 years.
>
>
> This slide has been taken from a presentation
> given in November 2001 by the commander of the Joint
> Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, entitled "To The
> Future: Non-Lethal Capabilities Technologies in the
> 21st Century." Excerpts of the presentation may be
> found at the website of the Sunshine Project, on
> their "Non-Lethal Weapons Online Document
> Clearinghouse" page:
>
>
>
http://www.sunshine-project.org/incapacitants/jnlwdntar.pdf
>
> The outline indicates that the DoD foresees
> development of counter-personnel weapons that "will
> attack a target's senses or cognitive/motor
> capabilities," namely the person's ability to smell,
> taste, feel, hear and see. The check-box clearly
> includes "emotion" and "motor skills" on the
> shopping list.
>
> Perhaps most interesting about this list is the
> prediction of "accurate, long-range payload delivery
> along with a non-lethal delivery means." The editors
> at the Sunshine Project assume this must be a
> reference to "non-lethal" chemical weapons,
> delivered as mortar rounds. But could this also be a
> reference to the use of space-based vehicles and
> directed energy weapons?
>
> The research and development of space-based
> psychotronic weapons would fit this wish-list
> admirably.
>
>
>
>
> Posted by M at 8:08 PM 0 comments Links to this
> post
>
>
>
>
> Sunday, February 11, 2007 Effects Reported by
> Targeted Individuals
> The illustration at right, found at the
> mindjustice.org website, lists many of the effects
> reported by voice hearers and those individuals who
> believe themselves to be targeted by
> psycho-electronic weapons.
>
> They bear a remarkable resemblance to the negative
> Human Effects envisioned by the U.S. Air Force in
> 1996, notably: disrupting a person's effectiveness
> or mission accomplishment through sleep induction,
> sleep deprivation, subliminal suggestions,
> manipulation of emotions, forced memory loss, and
> creation of false perception (see the last post).
>
> A detailed list of "Psycho-Electronic Weapon
> Effects," found at the Synthetic Telepathy website
> below, exactly parallels the effects listed by the
> illustration at right. They are apparently from the
> same source, a "targeted individual" describing her
> personal experience. The list has been modified and
> altered for the sake of clarity.
>
> The effects described appear to be a combination of
> Non-Lethal Weapons effects mixed with subliminal
> hypnosis, behavior modification and classic PSYOP
> harassment.
>
>
http://www.nwbotanicals.org/oak/newphysics/synthtele/synthtele.html
>
> Many TIs have reported experiencing all or some of
> these effects:
>
> Invasive At-a-Distance Body Effects (including
> mind):
>
> Sleep deprivation and fatigue:
>
> --Silent but instantaneous application of
> "electronic caffeine" signal, forces awake and keeps
> awake
> --Loud noise from neighbors, usually synchronized to
> attempts to fall asleep
> --Precision-to-the-second "allowed sleep" and
> "forced awakening," far too precise and repeated to
> be natural
> --Daytime "fatigue attacks" can force the victim to
> sleep
>
> Audible Voice to Skull (V2S):
>
> --Delivered by at-a-distance radio signal
> --Made to appear as emanating from thin air
> --Voices or sound effects only the victim can hear
>
> Inaudible Voice to Skull (Silent Sound):
>
> --Delivered by at-a-distance radio signal;
> --Manifested by sudden urges to do something/go
> somewhere
> --Silent (ultrasonic) hypnosis presumed
> --Programming hypnotic "triggers" - i.e., specific
> phrases, catchy songs, verbal hooks or other cues
> cause specific involuntary actions
>
> Violent muscle triggering (flailing of limbs):
>
> --Leg or arm jerks to violently force awake and keep
> awake
> --Whole body jerks, as if body had been hit by large
> jolt of electricity
> --Violent shaking of body; seemingly as if on a
> vibrating surface but where surface is in reality
> not vibrating
>
> Precision manipulation of body parts (slow, specific
> purpose):
>
> --Manipulation of hands and feet
> --Slow bending almost 90 degrees backward of one toe
> at a time or one finger at a time
> --Direct at-a-distance control of breathing and
> vocal cords, including involuntary speech
> --Spot blanking of memory, long- and short-term
>
> Reading said-silently-to-self thoughts:
>
> --Engineered skits where your thoughts are spoken to
> you by strangers
> --Real time reading sub-vocalized words, as while
> the victim reads a book
>
> Direct application of pain to body parts:
>
> --Hot-needles-deep-in-flesh sensation
> --Electric shocks (no wires whatsoever applied)
> --Powerful and unquenchable itching, often applied
> precisely
> --"Artificial fever," sudden, no illness present
> -- Sudden racing heartbeat in a relaxed situation
>
> External Stress-Generating "Skits":
>
> --Participation of strangers, neighbors in
> harassment
> --Rudeness for no cause
> --Tradesmen always have "problems," block your car,
> etc.
> --Purchases delayed, spoiled, or lost at a high rate
> --Unusually loud music, noise, far beyond normal
>
> Break-ins/sabotage at home:
>
> --Shredding of clothing
> --Destruction of furniture
> --Petty theft
> --Engineered failures of utilities
>
> Sabotage at work:
>
> --Deletion/corruption of computer files
> --Planting viruses which could not have come from
> your computer usage pattern
> --Spreading of rumors, sabotage to your working
> reputation
> --Direct sabotage and theft of completed work
>
> SUMMARY OF EFFECTS
>
> To the Brain:
>
> --Microwave hearing of voice(s) that are not one's
> own
> --Manipulation of emotions and attacks on
> self-esteem
> --External induction of inappropriate thoughts
> --Reading, echoing, broadcasting and scrambling
> thoughts
> --Forced memory blanking and induced erroneous
> actions
> --Induced changes to hearing
> --Sleep prevention each night, at exactly the same
> time (for weeks)
> --Sleep induction, often at inappropriate times
> --Vivid controlled dreams, with sense of dream being
> forced or narrated
> --Ultra-vivid forced images, as if a cartoon or
> photograph forced on visual field
>
> To the Face:
>
> --Manipulation of facial expressions
> --Forced movement of jaw and clacking of teeth
> --Manipulation of airways
> --Externally controlled forced speech
> --Artificial tinnitus (ringing in ears)
>
> To the Body:
>
> --Wilding racing heart without cause
> --Heart palpitations without cause
> --Remotely induced itching (sudden and violent, with
> no rash)
> --Forced nudging of arm during delicate or messy
> work causing injury or spills
> --Jolting, forced convulsions, and forced "muscle
> quaking"
> --Forced precision manipulation of hands, sometimes
> synched to the forced waking visions
> --Special attention to genital area: itching, forced
> orgasm, intense pain, "hot needles"
> --Intense general pain in the legs, like stings.
>
>
> Posted by M at 5:43 PM 2 comments Links to this
> post
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>
> Human Effects Testing and Body Modelling
> At right, one may see an illustration of Human
> Effects testing and computer characterization, as
> described in 2002 by Lt. Gen. Buck Bedard in a
> PowerPoint presentation on "The U.S. Department of
> Defense Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program."
>
> This illustration also represents what many Voice
> Hearers or "targeted individuals" describe feeling:
> As if they were wrapped in a cocoon of
> electromagnetic energy, with holographic images of
> another person's body being projected upon them. The
> TIs often interpret this as a form of astral
> projection, in which a ghost, evil spirit or demon
> is attempting to "possess" their body.
>
> However, the phenomenon might also be described as
> an advanced form of body mapping. It's as if a 3D
> hologram of one person's body were projected or
> superimposed on the body of another person. The
> result would be more than simple verbal telepathy:
> It would feel disturbingly as if another person were
> inside one's own skin.
>
> When irradiated from a distance, it is possible that
> a highly sophisticated data collection program
> (similar to the facial recognition programs used at
> airports) could "electronically photograph" the body
> of a human target, eventually building an extremely
> accurate, computer-generated 3D model, much like the
> ones shown in the photo above. A similar model could
> be created for the assailant. A computer could then
> be used to merge the two body maps.
>
> The result would be an extremely powerful means for
> imposing sensory hallucinations on the target: Think
> of it as a form of 3D "voodoo doll" into which pins
> could be stuck. Such computer models would also
> provide a powerful means of modelling and measuring
> the "bioeffects" of different stimuli delivered by
> remote radiation or beam weapons.
>
> A commercial version of 3D body modelling software
> (called "Poser") is now available on the market for
> less than $300. It is widely used by digital artists
> and graphic illustrators:
>
> http://www.e-frontier.com/go/poser
>
> What we are describing here would be much more
> sophisticated, but certainly not outside the reach
> of military weapons labs. In fact, the Air Force
> Research Laboratory has developed a body modelling
> system for "realtime feedback of human effects and
> behavior effects" when testing Non-Lethal Weapons.
> It is called the Advanced Total Body Model (ATBM)
> system. A website and brochure describing ATBM may
> be found at this site:
>
> http://www.iatbm.net/
>
> While this certainly does not constitute proof that
> the Air Force is, in any way, testing out the "human
> effects" of Artificial Telepathy weapons on innocent
> civilians, or beaming voices into the heads of human
> targets, or using 3D holographic models to
> "virtually rape" and torture people, it suggests
> that the technology to do so may actually exist.
>
> Certainly the Air Force has expressed an interest in
> mind control in the past. The following quote may be
> found at the mindjustice.org timeline, listed under
> the year 1996:
>
> http://mindjustice.org/timeline.htm
>
> From USAF Scientific Advisory Board, New World
> Vistas Air and Space Power for the 21st Century,
> Ancillary Volume, p89.
>
> "Prior to the mid-21st century, there will be a
> virtual explosion of knowledge in the field of
> neuroscience. We will have achieved a clear
> understanding of how the human brain works, how it
> really controls the various functions of the body,
> and how it can be manipulated (both positively and
> negatively). One can envision the development of
> electromagnetic energy sources, the output of which
> can be pulsed, shaped, and focused, that can couple
> with the human body in a fashion that will allow one
> to prevent voluntary muscular movements, control
> emotions (and thus actions), produce sleep, transmit
> suggestions, interfere with both short-term and
> long-term memory, produce an experience set, and
> delete an experience set. This will open the door
> for the development of some novel capabilities that
> can be used in armed conflict, in terrorist/hostage
> situation, and in training . . . "
>
> The Air Force Research Laboratory, in particular,
> has a very strong interest in testing Human Effects
> of pulsed weapons on human behavior for the reasons
> stated below.
>
>
http://www.afrlhorizons.com/Briefs/Sept02/HE0209.html
>
> "The Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task
> Force report on Non-lethal Technologies concluded
> that a major uncertainty in the use of non-lethal
> weapons is the question of human effects. The Center
> for Strategic and International Studies reported
> "The significant value of strategic applications on
> non-lethal technologies ...was predicated on the
> assumption that the weapons can be made to work as
> advertised. It is currently not known if they can."
>
> "Although there is a sense of urgency to field NLWs
> today, the need to demonstrate that weapon payloads
> are effective against human targets and do not cause
> unintended harm is critical to mission success.
>
> "The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program (JNLWP) began
> in 1996 as a Congressional initiative to provide
> warfighters with a family of NLW systems that have a
> range of optional non-lethal capabilities across the
> full spectrum of threats and crises. NLWs are
> defined as 'weapons that are explicitly designed and
> primarily employed so as to incapacitate personnel
> or materiel, while minimizing fatalities, permanent
> injury to personnel, and undesired damage to
> property and the environment.'
>
> "The Master Plan for the JNLWP states, 'The
> successful use of NLWs is grounded in the user's
> level of confidence that consequences of their
> employment will decrease rather than increase the
> level of confrontation. To achieve this level of
> confidence, the health effects of the NLWs must be
> completely understood. Commanders in the field, when
> faced with the decision of which NLW to employ in a
> given scenario, must be able to confidently predict
> the most probable effects on people.' Human effects
> are fundamentally crucial elements of non-lethal
> weapons development and employment.
>
> "Establishing an NLW human effects capability has
> been on a fast track over the last few years. First,
> the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons (JNLW) Integrated
> Product Team chartered the Human Effects Process
> Action Team (HEPAT). Then, the HEPAT briefed the
> concept for the JNLW Human Effects Center of
> Excellence (HECOE) to the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons
> Directorate (JNLWD). The HEPAT subsequently
> recommended that the DoD should establish a DoD NLW
> HECOE to serve as the centralized resource to ensure
> human effects of NLWs are adequately addressed as
> early as possible in the development and acquisition
> cycle and throughout the life cycle of the weapon
> system.
>
> "AFRL and the JNLWD signed an historic Memorandum of
> Agreement (MOA) on June 7, 2001 at Brooks Air Force
> Base, Texas, that launched a new era in NLW
> development and established the HECOE . . . . The
> JNLWD selected the Human Effec-tiveness Directorate
> to manage the new HECOE based on the strength of its
> many contributions to non-lethal technologies
> effectiveness research during the last decade.
>
> "NLW bioeffects has been a research competency for
> AFRL and its predecessors for over ten years. AFRL
> is one of many resources available to carry out
> JNLW-funded human effects research identified by the
> HECOE. The MOA between the JNLWD and AFRL provides
> the foundation for tapping scientific expertise
> throughout AFRL.
>
> "Human effects are widely recognized as the
> "long-pole-in-the-tent" for most aspects of NLW
> operational utility, technical feasibility, and
> policy acceptability. The HECOE is the human effects
> "one-stop-shop" resource for NLW program managers,
> ensuring they have the data needed to make informed
> and educated decisions.
>
> "Among other duties, the HECOE is developing a
> central repository of human effects data. The HECOE
> will analyze human effects for NLW program managers
> and recommend research to fill identified data gaps,
> coordinate human effects modeling and research
> efforts, and maintain a listing of qualified
> agencies capable of conducting research, testing,
> and analyses.
>
> "Colonel George Fenton, JNLWD Director, emphasizes
> characterizing human effects as a foundation and
> core element of the JNLW program. The level of risk
> of injury or lethality to targets and the
> probability that a weapon will be effective against
> a spectrum of targets is important information for
> the weapon developer and the users in the field.
>
> "To provide a solid foundation for characterizing
> the target response effects and the risks of
> unintended effects, the HECOE brought together a
> panel of world-class experts on risk assessment,
> medicine, and decision analysis who worked with DoD
> NLW subject matter experts, materiel developers, and
> program managers. This very successful workshop
> produced a report on risk characterization
> framework.
>
> ". . . . The HECOE published human effects
> evaluations on four candidate NLWs and is assessing
> data on stingball blunt impact and TASER®
> electroshock. NLW program managers are establishing
> working relationships with the HECOE, and management
> of the associated human effects research programs is
> currently on a reimbursable basis. "
>
>
> Posted by M at 2:49 PM 0 comments Links to this
> post
>
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>
>
> Saturday, February 10, 2007 Close Up: Dr.
> Michael Murphy, Chief of the Human Effects
> Directorate's Radio Frequency Radiation Bioeffects
> Branch, Air Force Research Lab
> Dr. Michael R. Murphy works at the Air Force
> Research Laboratory's Human Effectiveness Radio
> Frequency Radiation Branch (HEDR) at Brooks-City Air
> Force Base, near San Antonio, TX. He has "an
> extensive research career in radio-frequency (RF)
> bioeffects research and international collaboration
> for RF bioeffects," according to AFRL's Human
> Effectiveness Directorate Newsletter for November,
> 2006.
>
> Dr. Murphy is apparently an associate of the Dr.
> Kenneth Boff, the Chief Scientist of the Human
> Effectiveness Directorate in 1998.
>
> See: http://www.tokyo.afosr.af.mil/ASL/asl18.html
>
> Biographical notes are scanty, but some information
> can be gathered from the following source:
>
>
http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/PersonDetail.aspx?PersonID=9224223
>
> He earned a BS in psychology from Occidental
> College, Los Angeles, and a PhD in neuroscience from
> MIT. In 1982 he returned to his home town for a
> position with the U.S. Air Force, first working on
> prophylactics/treatments for chemical warfare
> agents, and then moving to radio frequency
> bioeffects in 1992. From 1994-2004 he was Chief or
> the USAF Radio Frequency Radiation Branch. He is a
> member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, the
> Directed Energy Professional Society, the IEEE
> Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, and the
> IEEE Standards Board. He is active is the IEEE
> International Committee for Electromagnetic Safety,
> for which he serves as International Liaison.
>
>
http://www.he.afrl.af.mil/A04_ScienceAndTech/HE_Media/NewsLetter/Newsletter_Summer60.pdf
> The photograph of Dr. Murphy (above right) and the
> biographical information (below) are taken from the
> announcement of the Air Force Science and
> Engineering award he received in 2003:
>
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/successstories/2003/awards_and_recognition/03-he-26.pdf
>
> Accomplishment
>
> "The United States Air Force presented Dr. Michael
> R. Murphy, Chief of the Human Effects Directorate's
> Radio Frequency Radiation Bioeffects Branch, the
> U.S. Air Force 2002 Science and Engineering Annual
> Award for Achievement in Areas of Exploratory or
> Advanced Technology Development. Dr. Murphy directed
> efforts to document human effects data in support of
> Non-Lethal Weapons (NLWs) and is the Chair of the
> North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Technology
> Group on the Human Effects of Non-Lethal
> Technologies.
>
> "Dr. Murphy provided Air Force capabilities and
> expertise in support of the Department of Defense
> (DoD) Executive Agent for NLWs through the Joint
> Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD). Dr. Murphy
> led research and risk communication efforts in
> support of the human effects of a unique
> microwave-based, anti-personnel, non-lethal weapon
> called an Active Denial System (ADS).
>
> ". . . . Due to his technical expertise and support
> of expanded human effects research of non-lethal
> weapons, his group earned the designation and
> funding as the Joint Non-Lethal Human Effects Center
> of Excellence in the DoD."
>
> In October, 2004, Dr. Murphy spoke at the "75th
> Shock and Vibration Symposium" hosted by SAVIAC, the
> Shock and Vibration Information Analysis Center.
>
http://www.saviac.org/75th_Symposium/preliminary_program.htm
>
> He is listed as an employee of Lawrence Livermore
> National Lab, which suggests he left AFRL. However,
> Dr. Murphy apparently still occupies a post of some
> importance at the HECOE. In August 2006, he was
> granted a fellowship award, one of AFRL's "highest
> honors."
>
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/aug06/features/afrl_fellows.pdf
>
> As recently as November 2, 2006, he spoke at the
> Ninth Annual Directed Energy Symposium of the
> Directed Energy Professional Society. See:
>
> http://www.deps.org/DEPSpages/DEsymp06.html
>
> The list of corporate sponsors for this event reads
> like a "Who's Who" of defense contractors with an
> interest in people-zapping:
>
> http://www.deps.org/DEPSpages/sponsors.html
>
> http://www.deps.org/DEPSpages/extLinks.html
>
>
> Posted by M at 4:03 PM 0 comments Links to this
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>
> Close Up: Ms. Susan J. Thornton, Director of the
> Directed Energy Directorate of the Air Force
> Research Laboratory
>
> Relevance to Artificial Telepathy: Artificial
> Telepathy may be defined as a "Non-Lethal Weapon
> Program" and the Air Force Research Laboratory
> appears to be one of the premiere labs serving the
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program at the U.S.
> Department of Defense. As stated in Ms. Thornton's
> biography, below, the AFRL's Directed Energy
> Directorate serves the entire DoD community, and it
> specializes in the research of exotic laser,
> millimeterwave, infrared and microwave weapons.
>
> Source:
> http://www.de.afrl.af.mil/Biographies/thornton.html
>
> Ms. Susan J. Thornton is the director of the
> Directed Energy Directorate of the Air Force
> Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, New
> Mexico. The Directorate, with more than 800 military
> and civilian scientists, engineers, contractors and
> support people and an annual budget exceeding $300
> million, provides pervasive, world-class directed
> energy and imaging research and technologies for
> users across the United States Air Force and the
> Department of Defense.
>
> Selected for the Senior Executive Service in January
> 2007, Ms. Thornton came from the Airborne Laser
> Program, Aeronautical Systems Center, at Kirtland
> Air Force Base, New Mexico, where she was the
> director of engineering. She served as the principal
> technical advisor to the system program director on
> designing, building, and testing the Air-borne Laser
> weapon system, a $7 billion program focused on
> destroying ballistic missiles in the boost phase.
>
> EDUCATION:
>
> 1981 Bachelor of science, electrical systems
> engineering, Wright State University, Ohio
> 1990 Master of science, aeronautical engineering,
> University of Dayton, Ohio
> 1998 Master in public administration, John F.
> Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University,
> Cambridge, Massachusetts
> 2000 Advanced Program Managerâ??s Course, Defense
> Systems Management College, Ft Belvoir, Virginia
>
> CAREER CHRONOLOGY:
>
> 1981 - 1984, project engineer, Propulsion System
> Program Office, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base,
> Ohio
> 1984 - 1986, lead engineer for engine monitoring
> systems, Propulsion System Program Office,
> Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
> 1986 - 1990, lead engineer for the F119 engine, F-22
> System Program Office, Wright-Patterson Air Force
> Base, Ohio
> 1990 - 1993, lead propulsion engineer, Special
> Operations Forces Program Office and Aircraft System
> Program Office, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base,
> Ohio
> 1993 - 1994, chief engineer for CV-22 Osprey,
> Special Operations Forces Program Office,
> Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
> 1994 - 1997, chief engineer for MC-130H Combat Talon
> II, Special Operations Forces Program Office,
> Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
> 1997 - 1998, student, John F. Kennedy School of
> Government, Harvard University, Cam-bridge,
> Massachusetts
> 1998 - 1999, chief, technical and acquisition
> policy, Systems Engineering Division, En-gineering
> Directorate, Aeronautical Systems Center,
> Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
> 1999 - 2001, chief, Plans and Program Branch,
> Systems Engineering Division, Engineering
> Directorate, Aeronautical Systems Center,
> Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
> 2001 â?? 2007, director of engineering, Airborne
> Laser Program, Aeronautical Systems Center, Kirtland
> Air Force Base, New Mexico
>
> MAJOR AWARDS AND HONORS:
>
> 1986 Air Force Association Junior Engineer of the
> Year
> 1986 Air Force Systems Command Certificate of Merit
> 1989, 1999 Notable Achievement Award
> 1998 Lucius N. Littauer Fellow, John F. Kennedy
> School of Government, Harvard University
> 2003 Aeronautical Systems Center Chief Engineer of
> the Year
>
> PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:
>
> Affiliate Societies Council of Dayton
> Innovations in Government, John F. Kennedy School of
> Government and Ford Foundation
> Directed Energy Professional Society
>
>
> Posted by M at 3:06 PM 0 comments Links to this
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> Friday, February 09, 2007 Close Up: Dr. William
> L. Baker, Chief Scientist of the Air Force Research
> Lab's Directed Energy Directorate
>
> Dr. William L. Baker, a member of the scientific and
> professional cadre of senior executives, is Chief
> Scientist, Directed Energy Directorate, Air Force
> Research Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.
>
> Source: http://www.af.mil/bios/bio.asp?bioID=4591
>
> Regarding Artificial Telepathy, see Dr. Baker's
> article on Controlled Effects -- the effects that
> directed energy weapons may have on the minds of
> human beings.
>
> http://www.afrlhorizons.com/Briefs/Jun04/DE0401.html
>
> With an annual budget of more than $300 million, the
> AFRL's Directed Energy Directorate is responsible
> for all Air Force research and development of laser
> and high-power microwave technologies. The
> directorate conducts advanced technology research to
> support major directed energy applications such as
> the airborne laser, advanced tactical laser and
> active denial system.
>
> The Chief Scientist is the directorate's primary
> adviser on scientific and technical matters, and the
> primary authority for the technical content of the
> science and technology portfolio.
>
> Dr. Baker was born in Columbus, Ohio. He began his
> career in the Air Force in 1969 as a nuclear
> research officer at Kirtland AFB. In 1973 he became
> a civilian scientist at the base's Air Force Weapons
> Laboratory, where he performed and directed research
> and development efforts to advance pulsed power and
> plasma technology for nuclear weapons effects
> simulation. He became internationally known for
> developing intense plasma implosion X-ray sources.
> He subsequently initiated, performed and directed
> major directed energy weapons research and
> development efforts on high-energy particle beams,
> high power microwaves and high energy lasers.
>
> Dr. Baker has written more than 50 publications in
> nuclear physics, plasma physics, pulsed power and
> directed energy.
>
> EDUCATION
>
> 1965 Bachelor of Science degree in physics, The Ohio
> State University, Columbus
> 1967 Master of Science degree in physics, The Ohio
> State University, Columbus
> 1969 Doctor of Philosophy in nuclear physics, The
> Ohio State University, Columbus
>
> CAREER CHRONOLOGY
>
> 1. 1969 - 1973, nuclear research officer, Air Force
> Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 2. 1973 - 1977, scientific adviser, X-ray Simulation
> Branch, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland AFB,
> N.M.
>
> 3. 1977 - 1984, Chief, Advanced Technology
> Management Office, Air Force Weapons Laboratory,
> Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 4. 1984 - 1985, Chief, Simulators and Advanced
> Concepts Branch, Air Force Weapons Laboratory,
> Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 5. 1985 - 1989, Chief, Advanced Technology Division,
> Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 6. 1989 - 1991, Chief, High-Power Microwave Program
> Office, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland AFB,
> N.M.
>
> 7. 1991 - 1994, Technical Director for High-Power
> Microwaves, Air Force Phillips Laboratory, Kirtland
> AFB, N.M.
>
> 8. 1994 - 1994, acting Director, Advanced Weapons
> and Survivability Directorate, Air Force Phillips
> Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 9. 1994 - 1995, Technical Director, Advanced Weapons
> and Survivability Directorate, Air Force Phillips
> Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 10. 1995 - 1996, Air Force Senior Scientist for
> High-Power Microwaves, Air Force Phillips
> Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 11. 1996 - 1997, Chief Scientist, Advanced Weapons
> and Survivability Directorate, Air Force Phillips
> Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 12. 1997 - 2000, Senior Scientist for High-Power
> Microwaves, Directed Energy Directorate, Air Force
> Research Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, N.M.
>
> 13. 2000 - present, Chief Scientist, Directed Energy
> Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland
> AFB, N.M.
>
> AWARDS AND HONORS
>
> 1965 Phi Beta Kappa
> 1977 Science and Technology Award, Air Force Systems
> Command
> 1986 Commander's Award for Excellence, Air Force
> Weapons Laboratory
> 1988 Technical Manager of the Year, Air Force
> Weapons Laboratory
> 1997 Peter Haas Pulsed Power Award, Institute of
> Electrical and Electronics Engineers
> 1997 Directed Energy Award, Association of Old Crows
> 1998 Exemplary Civilian Service Award, U.S. Air
> Force
> 1999 Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics
> Engineers
> 1999 Distinguished Civilian Service Award,
> Department of Defense
> 2003 Meritorious Executive Presidential Rank Award
> 2006 Distinguished Senior Professional Presidential
> Rank Award
>
> PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS
>
> American Physical Society
> American Association for the Advancement of Science
> Board member, Directed Energy Professional Society
> Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
>
> (Current as of November 2006)
>
>
> Posted by M at 10:13 PM 0 comments Links to this
> post
>
>
>
>
> Thursday, February 08, 2007 Focus On: The Air
> Force Research Lab
>
> Headquartered at the Wright Patterson Air Force
> Base, Ohio, The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
> was "formed in October 1997 as the product of an
> organizational consolidation that integrated
> previously separate Air Force laboratories
> (Armstrong, Phillips, Rome and Wright-Patterson)
> with the Air Force Office of Scientific Research,"
> according to the AFRL website.
>
> http://www.afrlhorizons.com/About/
>
> The AFRL employs more than 9,600 people and consists
> of 10 directorates, situated across the country.
> (For a list of the directorates see the link above.)
> They oversee the Air Force's $1.2 billion annual
> Science & Technology (S&T) program. AFRL is
> considered one of the best, if not the best,
> research lab run by the Department of Defense.
>
> According to the AFRL's "Mission & Vision"
> statement, "We defend America by unleashing the
> power of innovative science and technology"
>
> An advertisement recently placed at usajobs.com
> echoes AFRL's obsession with lasers, phasers,
> satellites and other James Bond-like weapons: "The
> men and women of AFRL are creating the Air Force of
> the future -- turning science fiction into science
> fact."
>
> Is this just the empty verbal posturing of an Air
> Force recruiter trying to make a ho-hum lab job
> sound exciting? Or could it be true?
>
> In the last few posts, we saw evidence that AFRL
> plays a lead role in the DoD's efforts to develop
> "Artificial Telepathy" weapons, under cover of the
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program. Specifically, the
> chief scientist of the AFRL's Directed Energy
> Directorate (the "people zapping" unit) has stated
> that
>
> "By studying and modeling the human brain and
> nervous system, the ability to mentally influence or
> confuse personnel is also possible. Through sensory
> deception, it may be possible to create synthetic
> images, or holograms, to confuse an individual' s
> visual sense or, in a similar manner, confuse his
> senses of sound, taste, touch, or smell."
>
> See Dr. William L. Baker's article at the AFRL
> website:
> http://www.afrlhorizons.com/Briefs/Jun04/DE0401.html
>
> The Directed Energy Directorate and the Space
> Vehicles Directorate are both located at Kirtland
> Air Force Base, N.M., at the site of the former
> Phillips Laboratory. The fact that they are located
> right next to each other clearly implies that both
> directorates share a common mission: using space
> vehicles to zap people on Earth.
>
> Both of these directorates are linked to a third,
> and very important, AFRL facility: AMOS, The Air
> Force Maui Optical & Supercomputing Site. AMOS has a
> two-fold mission: First, it conducts R&D using the
> Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS) at the Maui
> Space Surveillance Complex (MSSC). Second, it
> oversees operations at the Maui High Performance
> Computing Center (MHPCC). See
> http://www.maui.afrrc.af.mil/about.html
>
> AMOS has a unique capablity: "the capability of
> projecting lasers into the atmosphere, which is
> unusual at astronomical sites." Those among the
> tin-foil-beanie crowd who believe that the
> government is beaming voices into their heads will
> find very little comfort in this fact. Given that
> people-zapping seems to be one of AFRL's favorite
> hobbies, why not look upon AMOS with some
> discomfort? Modelling the effects of beam weapons
> upon a human brain would certainly require
> supercomputers, and that's exactly what the military
> scientists at AMOS possess.
>
> In the last post, we examined the command and
> control structure of the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons
> Program (JNLWP), and it clearly indicates that AFRL
> plays a lead role in the JNLWP's study of Human
> Effects or Bioeffects, that is, the controlled
> effects that directed energy beams may have upon
> human minds and human behavior.
>
> In fact, AFRL has an entire directorate, based at
> Wright Patterson AFB, devoted to the study of Human
> Effects (HE). They explore such research topics as
> "Three-Dimensional Audio Technology," "Microwave
> Research on Memory Loss," "Non-Lethal Weapons Human
> Effects," "Auditory Distance Perception of Speech,"
> and "Three-Dimensional Auditory Localization of
> Nearby Sources."
>
> http://www.afrlhorizons.com/Briefs/he.html
>
> The HE directorate oversees a secretive "Warfighter
> Training Research Division" at Mesa, AZ and the
> Human Effects Center of Excellence (HECOE) located
> at Brooks-City AFB, San Antonio, TX. HECOE operates
> a "Directed Energy Bioeffects Division, Radio
> Frequency Radiation Branch," which did the
> "Microwave Research on Memory Loss" mentioned above.
>
> See:
> http://www.afrlhorizons.com/Briefs/Aug04/HE0302.html
>
> Nearby neighbors in the San Antonio region include:
>
> The Joint Information Operations Warfare Command
> (JIOWC) at Lackland AFB, and
> The Air Force Information Warfare Battlelab (AFIOC),
> also at Lackland AFB.
>
> JIOWC, is "responsible for planning, integrating and
> coordinating the information operations core
> capabilities of electronic warfare, operations
> security and military deception, and integrating
> psychological operations in support of Joint Force
> Commanders."
>
> See Wikipedia article:
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_Information_Operations_Center
>
> AFIOC is "engaged in a myriad of activities
> supporting its role as the Air Force's information
> warfare executive agent. It integrates information
> warfare tactics, training and technology for
> combatant commanders. The center is comprised of
> about 1,000 military and civilian members trained in
> the areas of operations, engineering, operations
> research, intelligence, radar technology and
> communications and computer applications."
> http://www.aia.af.mil/units/afioc/index.asp
>
> The data gathered by AFIOC, which is run by the Air
> Intelligence Agency, is most likely shared with
> another branch of the Air Intelligence Agency: The
> National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC),
> located at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. (You may
> recall that the Air Force Research Laboratory is
> also headquartered at Wright Patterson).
>
> See NASIC's home page at:
> http://www.aia.af.mil/units/nasic.asp
>
> NASIC is "the primary Department of Defense producer
> of foreign aerospace intelligence" and it operates a
> "Behavioral Influences Analysis (BIA) Division." The
> BIA employs a variety of "analytical tools for
> Behavioral Influences Operations" and integrates
> these Behavioral Influence Operations with the DoD's
> overall PSYOP planning.
>
> Translation: AFRL's Human Effects lab in San Antonio
> is running in tandem with the DoD's premiere
> "Information Operation" centers in San Antonio, and
> together they are all serving DoD's PSYOP (mind
> control) planners.
>
> Those who believe that the U.S. Department of
> Defense does not engage in mind control operations
> are cordially invited to read the definition of
> Influence Operations (IO) contained on Air
> University's "Cyberspace and Information Operations"
> page:
>
> http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/influence.htm
>
> According to this website, the Joint Warfare
> Analysis Center (JWAC) employs social scientists and
> engineers to develop "influence" models and
> methodologies. The Defense Intelligence Agency's
> Human Factors Analysis Center (HFAC) performs "the
> analysis of key national leaders and the analysis of
> key systems operators." The Joint Information
> Operations Center in San Antonio, TX, acts as a
> "Precision Influence Cell."
>
> All of this PSYOP technology is most certainly
> employed as a weapon. See, for example, the article
> "Mapping the Minds in Iraq's Regime" by William M.
> Arkin in the Los Angeles Times, September 1, 2002.
>
>
http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/latimes/results.html?QryTxt=mapping+the+mind
>
> Does the U.S. government use "influence" operations
> and PSYOP strategies against foreign civilians?
> Well, yes, but they don't call it PSYOP. When
> dealing with civilians, they prefer to use the term
> "Perception Management." The following definition is
> rather enlightening:
>
> perception management - (DOD Dictionary) Actions to
> convey and/or deny selected information and
> indicators to foreign audiences to influence their
> emotions, motives, and objective reasoning as well
> as to intelligence systems and leaders at all levels
> to influence official estimates, ultimately
> resulting in foreign behaviors and official actions
> favorable to the originator's objectives. In various
> ways, perception management combines truth
> projection, operations security, cover and
> deception, and psychological operations. See also
> psychological operations.
>
> For some sobering reading on perception war and
> perception operations, see:
>
> http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/perception.htm
>
> Given the powerful suite of psychological weapons
> and tools available to the Department of Defense, is
> it so difficult to believe that government officials
> at the top of the command chain would use the same
> tools when trying to "manage" the perceptions of
> U.S. citizens?
>
> Given the AFRL's intense interest in studying the
> "human effects" of directed energy weapons on the
> human mind, is it so difficult to believe that they
> might want to test their fun new toys on the minds
> of innocent civilians?
>
> How else are such weapons to be tested in a
> real-world environment?
>
>
> Posted by M at 10:38 PM 0 comments Links to this
> post
>
>
>
>
> Monday, February 05, 2007 Who Runs the Program,
> Part III: Overall Outline and Links
>
> Here's the overall outline of the Command Structure
> that controls Artificial Telepathy weapons, from the
> President of the United States down to the Joint
> Non-Lethal Weapons Program. The chain of command
> ends at the point where agents are fielded.
>
> An effort has been made to put names and faces on
> everyone in the command structure.
>
>
> THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
>
> Photo of President George W. Bush:
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:George-W-Bush.jpeg
>
> History and Organization of the Office of the
> President:
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_United_States
>
http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Executive/EOP.shtml
>
> Photos of President Bush's Cabinet members:
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/cabinet.html
>
>
> THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL (NSC)
>
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/index.html
>
> Vice President Richard B. Cheney
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/vicepresident/
>
> Asst. to the President for National Security Affairs
> Stephen J. Hadley
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hadley
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assistant_to_the_President_for_National_Security_Affairs
>
> Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Gates
>
> Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
>
http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/rumsfeld-bio.html
>
> Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
> http://www.state.gov/secretary/
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Secretary_of_State
>
> Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter
> Pace, USMC
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Pace
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chairman_of_the_Joint_Chiefs_of_Staff
>
> Director of National Intelligence (nominated) Adm.
> John M. "Mike" McConnell
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Michael_McConnell
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Director_of_National_Intelligence
> http://www.odni.gov/
>
> Former Director of National Intelligence John D.
> Negroponte
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Negroponte
>
> Attorney General Alberto Gonzales
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alberto_Gonzalez
>
> Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
>
http://www.treasury.gov/organization/bios/paulson-e.html
>
> Director of the Office of Management and Budget
> Robert J. Portman
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Portman
>
> Chief of Staff to the President Joshua B. Bolten
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/bolten-bio.html
>
> Counsel to the President Fred F. Fielding
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Fielding
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House_Counsel
>
> Asst. to the President for Economic Policy Allan
> Hubbard
>
http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/hubbard-bio.html
>
http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/blahous-bio.html
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Economic_Council
>
>
> THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (OSD)
>
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Secretary_of_Defense
> http://www.defenselink.mil/osd/
>
> Photos and bios of Top Officers:
> http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/
>
>
> THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (SEC)
>
> The Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England
> http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/depsecdef_bio.html
>
> The Secretary of the Army Francis J. Harvey
> http://www.army.mil/leaders/leaders/sa/index.html
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Secretary_of_the_Army
>
> The Secretary of the Navy Donald C. Winter
>
http://www.navy.mil/navydata/leadership/ldrDisplay.asp?m=325
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Secretary_of_the_Navy
>
> Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James T. Conway
> http://www.marines.mil/cmc/33cmc.nsf/cmcmain
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marines
>
> The Secretary of the Air Force Michael Wynne
> http://www.af.mil/bios/bio.asp?bioID=7919
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Secretary_of_the_Air_Force
>
> Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,
> Technology & Logistics (AT&L) Kenneth J. Krieg
> http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/krieg_bio.html
>
> Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Robert
> Andrews
>
http://www.defenselink.mil/Bios/BiographyDetail.aspx?BiographyID=117
>
>
> THE JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS PROGRAM (JNLWP)
>
> JNLWP: PRINCIPLE OVERSIGHT
>
> The Under Secretary of Defense for AT&L Kenneth J.
> Krieg
> http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/krieg_bio.html
> http://www.acq.osd.mil/
>
> JNLWP: POLICY OVERSIGHT
>
> The Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Eric S.
> Edelman
> http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/edelman_bio.html
> http://www.dod.mil/policy/
>
http://www.dod.mil/policy/sections/leadership/index.html
>
> JNLWP: EXECUTIVE AGENT
>
> The Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps (CMC): Gen.
> James T. Conway
> https://www.jnlwp.com/Organization.asp
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_T._Conway
> http://www.usmc.mil/cmc/34cmc.nsf/cmcmain
>
>
> JNLWP: OVERARCHING INTEGRATED PRODUCT TEAM (JIPT)
>
> Provides guidance, reviews and approves JNLWP
> budget, arbitrates any service concerns
>
> Chairman: Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps for
> Plans, Policies, and Operations PPO (DC USMC PPO)
>
> Lt. Gen. Emil "Buck" Bedard, USMC
>
http://www.usmc.mil/genbios2.nsf/biographies/0F06C979DBDFE9488525680200562D2C?opendocument
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
> Power point presentation:
> http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2002nonlethdef/Bedard2.pdf
>
> Lt. Gen. Jan Huly, USMC
>
http://www.usmc.mil/genbios2.nsf/biographies/53F675980C8B68A18525680800493CFE?opendocument
>
> Lt. Gen. Richard F. Natonski (Nov. 2006 to present)
>
https://138.156.230.184/GOSA/biographies/rptBiography.asp?PERSON_ID=7&PERSON_TYPE=General
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_F._Natonski
>
> JIPT Army Rep
> JIPT Navy Rep
> JIPT Marines Rep
> JIPT Air Force Rep
> JIPT Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Rep
> JIPT Coast Guard Rep
>
> JIPT Non-Voting Members:
> JIPT Joint Staff reps
> JIPT Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) reps
> JIPT Combatant Commander reps
> JIPT DOS rep
> JIPT Department of Justice (DOJ) rep
> JIPT Department of Energy (DOE) rep
>
> JNLWP: JOINT COORDINATION AND INTEGRATION GROUP
> (JCIG)
>
> This is steering group subordinate to the Joint
> Integrated Product Team, made up of
> O-6 Level Representatives assigned by the JIPT
> members.
>
> Chairman:
> Director, Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate
> (JNLWD) Col. Kirk W. Hymes, USMC
>
> Group Members:
>
> Army Chief
> Navy Chief
> Marines Chief
> Air Force Chief, Col. John W. Passey
> http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2002nonlethdef/Passey.pdf
> Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Chief
> Coast Guard Chief
>
> JNLWP: THE JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS DIRECTORATE
>
> Serves as focal point for technical and programmatic
> guidance of current and projected Non-Lethal Weapons
> (NLW) technologies. Combines civilian and military
> personnel tasked to implement the NLW program. Acts
> as the inter-service representative for the
> Executive Agent (EA). Acts as liason to foreign
> entities, Joint Staff, Services, DoD and government
> agencies, academia, commercial vendors
>
> Location: Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps Plans,
> Policies and Operations, Marine Corps Base,
> Quantico, VA
> http://www.hqmc.usmc.mil/hqmcmain.nsf/frontpage
>
> Directors of the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons
> Directorate:
>
> Col. Kirk W. Hymes (present)
> No photo or bio available
> See Article: "Military Shows Off New Ray Gun" AP,
> Jan 25, 2007
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/ray_gun
>
> Col. David P. Karcher, USMC
>
http://hqinet001.hqmc.usmc.mil/pp&o/BIOs/Col_Karcher_bio.htm
> Col. Karcher spoke at a 2005 Non-Lethal Weapons
> conference chaired by
> the notorious John B. Alexander:
> http://www.usindefense.org/usd/U028/U028.pdf
>
> Col. George P. Fenton, USMC
> Photo:
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
>
http://www.dau.mil/pubs/pm/pmpdf02/July2002/lev-ja2.pdf
> See Article: "The Pentagon's People Zapper"
> http://www.govexec.com/features/0501/0501s4s2.htm
>
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Science &
> Technology Division
>
> Chief: David Law
>
http://www.washingtontechnology.com/events/18959.html
>
http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/issues/2006/feb/LaserSeen.htm
> Project Sheriff:
>
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,68152-2,00.html?tw=wn_story_page_next1
>
> Deputy Director: Susan D. Levine
> (levi...@jnlwd.usmc.mil)
>
http://www.dau.mil/pubs/pm/pmpdf02/July2002/lev-ja2.pdf
>
>
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Human Effects
> Branch
>
> HE Strategy coordinator
> HE Research coordinator
> HE Reviews coordinator
>
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Human Effects
> Review Board (HERB)
>
> Joint Service Board of Medical & Safety Officers
> Army Surgeon General's Office rep
> Navy Surgeon General's Office rep
> Marines Surgeon General's Office rep
> Medical Officer of the Marine Corps
> Air Force Surgeon General's Office rep
>
> Human Effects Safety, Training, Experimentation
> Guidance Dept
>
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Legal, Treaty &
> Policy Review Board
> -- SME reps
>
> Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate Human Effects
> Advisory Panel (HEAP)
>
> -- Non-government board of consultants on
> bioeffects, SMEs
>
>
> JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS HUMAN EFFECTS CENTER OF
> EXCELLENCE (HECOE)
>
> Specialty: Design and modelling of next-generation
> non-lethal technologies
> http://www.jnlwp.com/Technology.asp
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
>
> Location: Frank M. Tejeda Directed Energy Bioeffects
> Laboratory,
> Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks City Base, San
> Antonio, TX
> http://www.brooks.af.mil/
>
> Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL/CC):
> Brig. Gen. Paul D. Nielsen
> photo:
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
>
> Director, Human Effectiveness Directorate (AFRL/HE):
> Lt. Col. Dennis M. Scholl
> photo:
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
>
> Chief, Directed Energy Bioeffects Division
> (AFRL/HED):
> Dr. Michael Murphy
> Quoted:
>
http://www.afrl.af.mil/news/june01/features/center_opens.pdf
>
> Assoc. Chief: Dr. B. Jon Klauenberg
>
> Directed Energy Portfolio (research) Manager
> Blunt Impact Portfolio (research) Manager
> Acoustics Portfolio (research) Manager
> Bio Portfolio (research) Manager
> HE Knowledge Base, Consultative Expert(s)
> HE Modeling Analysis Program (HE-MAP)
> -- Advanced Total Body Model Project (ATBM)
> HE Risk Characterization Expert(s)
> HE Milestone Direction Authority
>
> JOINT NON-LETHAL WEAPONS FIELD AGENT PROGRAM
> MANAGERS
>
> Names, organization and command structure not know.
>
> At this point, when technology is ready for testing
> "Human Effects" in the field, description of the
> command chain evaporates. The reason is simple: It
> is illegal to conduct human experimentation on U.S.
> citizens without their consent. That does not mean
> that DoD is not conducting experiments on humans
> without their consent. On the contrary, it makes
> sense to field-test these weapons on humans in
> realistic "urban enviornments."
>
> If such HE programs do exist, they are highly
> classified. Officially they don't exist at all.
>
> FIELD AGENTS: Organization not known. However, we
> can deduce reasonably that they are drawn heavily
> from military police units of all Services,
> especially the Special Operations Command (SOCOM).
> We also know one of the schools where they train
> (below).
>
> INTERSERVICE NON-LETHAL INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS
> INSTRUCTOR COURSE (INIWIC)
> U.S. Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, MO
>
> Graduates more than 300 students annually, from all
> Services and several allied nations.
> Teaches close-range subject control techniques and
> provides scenario/situational training exercises.
>
> See website: http://www.iniwic.net/
>
>
> Posted by M at 2:00 PM 0 comments Links to this
> post
>
>
>
>
> Sunday, February 04, 2007 Who Runs The Program,
> Part II
>
> In the last post we examined the highest levels of
> U.S. military command structure: The Office of the
> President, the National Security Council, The Office
> of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of
> Staff. These are the people who are definitely
> responsible for making the policy decisions that put
> secret weapon programs into place.
>
> For photos and biographies of the "Top Leaders" in
> the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) see:
>
> www.defenselink.mil/osd/topleaders.aspx
>
> The org chart (above) gives a nice overview of the
> Department of Defense command structure. A good PDF
> version of the org chart may be found here:
>
>
http://www.dod.mil/odam/omp/pubs/GuideBook/Pdf/DoD.PDF
>
> It's important to understand each component.
> Additional articles may be found at:
>
>
http://www.fas.org/main/content.jsp?formAction=297&contentId=198
>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structure_of_the_United_States_Armed_Forces
>
> In the next few posts, we will examine key players
> who oversee Artificial Telepathy weapons, which have
> been developed under cover of the Joint Non-Lethal
> Weapons Program.
>
> Because the JNLWP is a Joint Program, the officers
> in charge of oversight include: The Deputy Secretary
> of Defense, The Secretary of the Army, The Secretary
> of the Navy, The Secretary of the Air Force, the
> Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, The
> Under Secretary of Defense for AT&L, The Under
> Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology
> (S&T), and the commanders of the Special Operations
> Command (SOCOM).
>
> On paper the Secretaries of the Army, Navy, Air
> Force and Marines are all working together with the
> Combatant Commands and with the Under Secretaries as
> a team. But in fact there are some huge egos at this
> command level and tremendous rivalries between the
> services. Each department competes fiercely with the
> others for funding and each looks for ways to
> surpass or outperform the others in the field.
>
> The top managers are fully aware of these rivalries,
> and the budget for the DoD's Joint Non-Lethal
> Weapons program is therefore divided between all
> these competing services and departments, just as
> one would divide the pieces of a pie.
>
> We will have to profile and examine each entity
> within the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate in
> order to understand fully the Pentagon's secret
> Artificial Telepathy program. It's a highly complex,
> system-wide program, that draws from almost every
> service, agency, lab, college and command in the
> DoD.
>
> For now, let it suffice to say:
>
> 1) What we are calling "Artificial Telepathy" seems
> to fall under the general DoD heading of Non-Lethal
> Weapons
>
> 2) The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program is
> headquartered at Quantico, VA
>
> 3) As a Joint program, all of the services play a
> role: Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines and Special
> Ops Directorate
>
> 4) DARPA probably runs technology transfer from a
> large number of civilian universities
>
> 5) Each military service has their own set of
> research labs and war colleges doing additional R&D
> 6) The Battle Labs and Research Labs of the DoD
> cooperate to design the final weapon systems
>
> 7) The Army War College, Naval War College, Air War
> College, etc. provide doctrinal training to users
>
> 8) Doctrine falls under the headings of Perception
> Management, Information Ops, PSYOP, Cognitive
> Systems, Cognitive Engineering, Personnel Effects,
> Human Effects and Electronic Warfare systems
>
> 9) Field agents may be recruited from specialty DoD
> branches and the U.S. Intelligence Community
>
> 10) After selection, field training may be conducted
> by Special Operations Command
>
> 11) All methods used are highly classified and
> security is extremely tight
>
> 12) Legal cover for domestic operations must be
> provided by FBI or local law enforcement
>
> 13) Targeted individuals are carefully profiled, and
> may live near research labs
>
> 14) Targeted individuals may be used as guinea pigs
> for "Human Effects" research
>
> 15) Results data are fed back into the research
> community for further refinement of hardware,
> doctrine
>
> 16) Sanitized product may be shared system-wide
> among Defense Agencies and Intelligence Community
>
>
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