photo showing drone landing at creech air force base, nevada (hey, that's inside the united states, right?)
nellis air force base. just take the exit off i-15 to las vegas speedway, and drive down north las vegas blvd., and there you are. and, understand that anyone driving to work as a pilot of a drone is following the same route, and, that given the numbers involved, there is a fair probability that anyone driving that way during the day, night and graveyard shift is probably involved in flying drones.
creech air force base. creech air force base is just north of las vegas. drive out of town on highway 95 heading north, and it is across the highway from indian springs, nevada. just out of town. highway 95 is the only road, so the same rush hour observations as above apply with more force here. anyone on the road at rush hour out of indian springs is likely headed to the air force base.
so, gentle reader, should those in charge of the u.s. air force or from within the obama administration decide that either intelligence or armed drones are to be used against the american public in the coming insurrection, this is just where they'll be controlled, if not taking off & returning to base there.
sort of depends how close you might be to las vegas, nevada.
and, if creech and nellis are beyond their operational range, they have to be flown from somewhere, don't they.
john jay @ 01.08.2012