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http://www.krdotv.com/displaystory.asp?id=11449

COLORADO SPRINGS AIR FORCE INSTALLATION ON HEIGHTENED ALERT

Four Installations Across The Country Are Affected By Order From U.S. Space Command

by Baaron Pittenger

6/29/2006

An Air Force installation in Colorado Springs and one near Denver are operating with heightened security.

The Cheyenne Mountain Air Station, which houses NORAD, is now at "Bravo-Plus".

There are five levels of alert: normal, Alpha (low), Bravo (medium), Charlie (high) and Delta (critical). “Bravo-Plus” is slightly higher than a medium threat level.

The Cheyenne Mountain Air Station And Buckley Air Force Base are among four installations in the country at the higher alert level ordered last week by then- Acting-Commander of Air Force Space Command, General Fred Klotz.

Space Command would not comment on the reason for the security increase.

The order also affects Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and Patrick air force base in Florida.

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code brown !!!! code brown !!!! :thumb

funny the high alert for the asteroid

.........but NORAD stood down on 9/11

I smell terd

ccode brown !!!! code brown !!! :lol

:lol:lol:rollin

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