The video below on “Operation Blue Jay” will fill in some missing some serious gaps onpreviously classified military information.
Now, the Arctic air base scans skies for missiles and satellites.
By BEN MURRAY
STARS AND STRIPES
June 20, 2007
August 13, 2017
THULE AIR BASE, Greenland — If there’s one thing that lets visitors to Thule Air Base know they’ve reached one of the U.S. military’s most isolated outposts, it’s the presence of icebergs.
Floating in the bay near the shoreline of the base, in the shadow of four major glaciers that creep down to the water from a colossal icecap, the icebergs are an authoritative sign that you have come about as far north as humans can place a permanent settlement.
As the military’s northernmost…
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