by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
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The U.S. Air Force’s nuclear-bomb-resistant ‘doomsday plane’ took to the skies for a brief training mission Monday, February 28, shortly after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced he would be putting his country’s nuclear forces on high alert, according to news reports.
America’s famed ‘Doomsday Plane’ went up on a training mission on the same day that Vladimir Putin hinted that he had no problem using nuclear weapons as his Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to ratchet up. The ‘Doomsday Plane’ functions to monitor incoming enemy fighter jets and bombers armed with ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads, who seek to explode them within the continental United States. As this training mission was conducted, the Biden administration updated their “how to survive a nuclear explosion” web site, so there you go.
“But when ye shall hear of wars and commotions, be not terrified: for these things must first come to pass; but the end is not by and by.” Luke 21:9 (KJB)
In Ukraine today, Russian forces are firing rockets at a physics institute in the city of Kharkiv that contains nuclear material and a reactor which could lead to a ‘large-scale ecological disaster’ if hit, according to Ukraine’s national security service. The science institute houses the Neutron Source nuclear research facility and contains 37 nuclear fuel cells in its core, according Ukrainian foreign minister Emine Dzheppar. The chance that this could, at any moment, escalate to the level of something nuclear, is a very real possibility, one that grows with each passing day.
America’s nuke-resistant ‘doomsday plane’ spotted doing training mission over Nebraska
FROM LIVE SCIENCE: The doomsday plane — a modified Boeing 747 named the Boeing E-4B — took off from a U.S. Air Force base in Nebraska, then completed a 4.5-hour flight toward Chicago and back before landing again, British news site iNews reported. During this brief sortie, the plane was reportedly accompanied by several early-warning jets used to track ballistic missiles.
The E-4B is part of a fleet of so-called Nightwatch aircraft maintained by the U.S. military since the 1970s. The plane’s purpose is to serve as a mobile command headquarters for top military personnel in the event of a nuclear war, Live Science previously reported, and the aircraft contains a few safety features you won’t likely see on a commercial 747. For one, the $200 million plane is equipped with antiquated analog equipment, rather than modern digital equipment, to allow the plane to continue operating even when exposed to the electromagnetic pulse from a nuclear blast.