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Raytheon Defense Division Update

From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 19:42:52 +0000
Archived: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 07:54:28 -0400
Subject: Raytheon Defense Division Update

Date & Time: 10/27/10 @ 10:00 AM

Location: East Side Center
Green Valley Recreation Center
Green Valley, AZ

Speaker: Lt. Gen. Thomas Keck
Vice President in charge of Air Force Projects
Defense Division of Raytheon Missile Systems

Gen. Keck related a list of the types of air craft he has flow.
It included the SR-71, commonly known as Blackbird. Plus, his
meeting with Pres. Bush on 9/11/2001 when the President landed
at Barstow AFB in Shreveport, LA to review the troops. It was
during Barstow's week long drill in war preparedness. All pilots
were in their cockpits ready to take off when the President
landed after informing the base twenty minutes earlier he would
be at Barstow AFB. Gen. Keck thought that the President landed
to give the order to "Go." All he said to Gen. Keck was "Good"
when Keck told him they were ready to go. Everybody was pumped
to go after the people had attacked America.

Raytheon employs 12,000 people; 6500 are engineers.

The Update

Operators involved with controlling UAVs have wanted an upgrade
to "cockpit experience" and Raytheon has responded with the new
RPV. Remote Piloted Vehicle. The new system allows for better
control of the air craft. Based on Gen. Keck's responses to
questions from the audience, I realized it would be pointless to
ask as to what the specific upgrades had been.

I would guess that the air craft with non- normal military
lighting array, I reported on in this group, could easily have
been a test flight. If you will remember the air craft had four
red lights. One under the nose, one under the tail and one each
on the underside of the wing. {I hope Don Ledger will appreciate
this info.}

Most disturbing to me was the fact that Raytheon has upgraded
its non-lethal devices. The devices have a new name. Active
Denial. Orwellian double speak? Gen. Keck repeated several times
that the "beam" only produced a burning sensation. When the
"beam" was turned off, the burning sense disappeared. It caused
no permanent damage to the target.

Oh yeah. In another breath, Gen. Keck proudly stated that the
"beam" caused the target to drop whatever was in their hands. He
also slid over the answer to an audience members question by
pretending the questioner had asked about laser technology as
the method of delivery.

Knowing a thing or two about non-lethal technology, I know that
it isn't always just a burning sensation. Depending on the
frequency of the electromagnetic output, it can do some real
damage. Albeit, undetected on the surface of the target.
However, if set to the right frequency it can kill, maim and

I guess the Denial aspect of the technology would allow the
operators to say something like, "what are you talking about; we
didn't do anything." The so-called non-lethal weaponry has been
upgraded and suggested use would be on people demonstrating -
from Gen. Keck's statement. This is very disturbing to me.

Closing Opinion

I know you all have been reassured that cell phone usage is
totally safe. However, there is data showing it could go either
way - safe or unsafe. It is all going to depend on amount of
cell phone usage. Over the years, the data will show your brain
wasn't fried because of the pot you smoked, but the many
conversations you had using your cell phone.


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