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Located in the United States at 38°44’39.70″N, 104°50’46.86″W, a short distance away from Peterson Air Force base in Colorado Springs, Colorado is a heavily secured and top secret military installation known as the Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

The Cheyenne Mountain falls under United States Air Force Space Command.

The United States Air Force Space Command is a Joint Forces operation of the Department of Defense, and includes some of the most brilliant scientists and engineers from the US Army, US Air Force, the US Marines, and US Navy

At the height of the Cold War in the late 1950s, the idea of a hardened command and control center was conceptualized as a defense against long-range Soviet nuclear bombers. The Army Corps of Engineers supervised the excavation of Cheyenne Mountain and the construction of an operational center within the granite mountain.  The Cheyenne Mountain facility became fully operational as NORAD Combat Operations Center on Feb. 6, 1967.

Over the years, the installation came to house elements of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Air Force Space Command and U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM). Under what became known as the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center (CMOC), several centers supported the NORAD missions of aerospace warning and aerospace control and provided warning of ballistic missile or air attacks against North America.

Since 1999, NORAD’s focus and facilities have both changed radically to support the 21st century to focus less on threats and threat prevention and more on opportunities and support for the United States and her territories in a forward looking capacity, particularly as it associated with Space Based Operations (SBO).

Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station is official ‘owned and operated’ by Air Force Space Command, a subdivision of the DOD’s Joint Forces Operational Command (JFOC).

In fact, NORAD and USNORTHCOM now use just under 30% of the floor space – for defense and threat related activities within the complex and comprise approximately 5% of the daily population at Cheyenne Mountain.

The goal is to reduce NORAD and USNORTHCOM’s presence to just 20% by 2016.

In early 2015, the United States through the Pentagon paid private contractor Raytheon for a $700 million (USD) overhaul and expansion of the facilities.

The Cheyenne Mountain complex is vast.

Initially designed to withstand a direct hit by a 30 megaton nuclear explosion and has 25-ton blast doors surrounding the complex. An average of 1,100 people have been working in the facility since it’s opening in the 1960s, with a capacity of 10,000.

The complex includes banks of batteries and its own water supply.

The Raytheon overhaul will expand the capacity of the facility to 25,000 personnel and will leverage discoveries made for renewable energy and processes by Biosphere 2 in Arizona, which was funded in part through donations made by Raytheon. The facility, should it become detached from the outside world for whatever reason, will be capable of sustaining a population of 25,000 people for 20 years based on estimates made from the research and discoveries made at Biosphere 2.

Currently, the Cheyenne Complex is classified as a Top Secret/CLI installation.

With the overhaul and several new key pieces of technology being introduced, in January of 2016 – Cheyenne Mountain will be converted to the revised security clearance schedule published by myself and other key operatives.

It is a well-known fact that NORAD – currently in charge of Stargate technologies unearthed from the Giza pyramids are leveraging the Stargate for defense and threat reductive reasons.

The President would like to personally thank NORAD for successful completion of its duties.

In January 2016, under Classified Executive Order (CEO) by President Obama, the Stargate technology will be transitioned to Space Command in its entirety.

The stated goal for Space Command with the Stargate technology will be to target proactive reasons – up to and including exploring the potentiality of reverse engineering the technology with a new round of scientists and engineers and potential consumer marketing of the device and the technology which can be acquired with and through it.

Currently, Cheyenne Mountain Complex starts 2,000 feet below the surface and consists of 15 three-story buildings protected from nuclear blasts and seismic movement by a sophisticated system of 1,000 giant springs.

As a part of the facility’s overhaul, all of these springs will be removed and replaced with Persistent State Anti-Gravity (PSAG – pronounced SAG) technology which will dramatically increase protection from any and all seismic disturbances.

Cheyenne Mountain’s primary mission is to maintain air and space superiority for all of Planet Earth.

Here’s an image of Cheyenne Mountain from satellite:



And an image of the entrance (all it takes to get in is being a cute cheerleader!):





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