ALWAYS MONEY FOR WARFARE:

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ALWAYS MONEY FOR WARFARE:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:20 am

07.24.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

ALWAYS MONEY FOR WARFARE.

THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE.

THERE IS NO MONEY IN HUMANITY AND JUSTICE FOR "We the People..."

There has to be enough bombs and weapons to blow the World Up to dust from 100 - 1,000 times over.

Who wins ?

Who fires first ?

WHY IS THERE NEVER ENOUGH MONEY FOR: for adequate law enforcement, the blind, the dead (pauper's fields),
disabled, disease stricken, dying, elderly, education, first responders, floods, forest fires, homeless, hospitals,
hospital care, hunger victims, infrastructure, job creation, poverty stricken, schools, sick, veteran's, etc., ?

BUT WE HAVE NO TROUBLE FINDING AND SPENDING $12.9 BILLION ON A 100,000 TON AIR CRAFT CARRIER, AND
ALL OF THE RELATED AND SUSTAINING COSTS ?

WILL THIS EXPENDITURE BRING OR IMPROVE WORLD PEACE ?

WHY CAN'T WE SPEND $12.9 BILLION ON A FLOATING CITY HOSPITAL FOR "We the People..." ?

THE BIGGEST LIE EVER TOLD TO "We the People..." IS THAT WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY. (07.24.2017, BB).


TRUMP: USS FORD IS “100,000-TON MESSAGE TO THE WORLD:”
Darlene Superville, Associated Press, Associated Press 4 hours ago

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- With praise and a blessing for the military, President Donald Trump helped hand over the USS
Gerald R. Ford to the Navy on Saturday and said the state-of-the-art aircraft carrier will send a "100,000-ton message
to the world" about America's military might when it is ultimately deployed.

U.S. allies will rest easy, Trump said, but America's enemies will "shake with fear" when they see the Ford cutting across
the horizon.

The president, who is commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces, likened the $12.9 billion warship to "an incredible
work of art" and boasted about the American labor that went into building a vessel that eventually will house thousands
of sailors and crew members.

Trump's participation in the ceremony also capped "Made in America" week at the White House, during which the president
and administration officials sought to draw attention to the U.S. manufacturing industry.

"American steel and American hands have constructed this 100,000-ton message to the world," Trump said of the Ford
during a speech that praised the bravery and spirit of U.S. service members and referenced his desire for a buildup after
years of spending restrictions.

"American might is second to none and we're getting bigger and better and stronger every day of my administration. That
I can tell you," Trump told thousands of service members and guests, including former defense secretaries Dick Cheney
and Donald Rumsfeld, and Govs. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia and Rick Snyder of Michigan, who were packed into the steamy
hangar bay on the main deck.

"Wherever this vessel cuts through the horizon, our allies will rest easy and our enemies will shake with fear because
everyone will know that America is coming, and America is coming strong," Trump said.

After the speech, he put the Ford into commission and asked God to "bless and guide this warship and all who shall sail in
her." He was followed by Susan Ford Bales, the ship's sponsor and daughter of the 38th president, whom the ship honors.

"There is no one, absolutely no one, who would be prouder of the commissioning of this mighty ship than the president of
the United States, Gerald R. Ford," she said. "I am honored to give the command: 'Officers and crew of the United States
Gerald R. Ford, man our ship and bring her to life.'"

"Anchors Aweigh" played as row after row of sailors in crisp, white uniforms who had been standing in formation began filing
off to man their stations. Sirens and bells sounded, horns blared and the U.S. flag was hoisted high above the deck.

Soon after, the captain was informed that the "ship is manned and ready and reports for duty to the fleet."

Trump, who visited the carrier in March, told Time magazine this year that the Navy should revert to using steam catapults to
launch fighter jets because some of the USS Ford's state-of-the-art systems and technology "costs hundreds of millions of
dollars more money and it's no good."

Construction started in 2009 and was to be completed by September 2015 at a cost of $10.5 billion. The Navy has blamed
the delays and budget overruns on the ship's advanced systems and technology, including electromagnetic launch systems
for jets and drones that will replace steam catapults.

The warship also has a smaller island that sits farther back on the ship to make it quicker to refuel, re-arm and relaunch
planes, and a nuclear power plant designed to allow cruising speeds of more than 30 knots and operation for 20 years
without refueling.

The vessel completed sea trials in April but still will go through a battery of tests and workups at sea before becoming ready
for deployment, work that is expected to cost nearly $780 million and take more than four years to complete, congressional
auditors said this month.

Docked at Naval Station Norfolk, the USS Ford eventually will house about 2,600 sailors, 600 fewer than the previous
generation of aircraft carriers. The Navy says that will save more than $4 billion over the ship's 50-year lifespan.

The air wing to support the Ford could add more personnel to the ship, which is designed to house more than 4,600 crew
members.

The Ford was built at Newport News Shipbuilding, a giant Navy contractor in Virginia.

"I was with you four months ago and I knew that I had to be here today and I told you I'd be back to congratulate you and
the crew and everybody involved in commissioning the newest, largest and most advanced aircraft carrier in the history of
this world," Trump said Saturday. "That's a big achievement."

Associated Press writer Steve McMillan in Richmond, Virginia, and Ben Finley in Norfolk, Virginia, contributed to this report.

Follow Darlene Superville on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dsupervilleap

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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ALWAYS MONEY FOR WARFARE:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:30 am

07.26.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

07.24.2017 - I originally Posted this Focused, Pointed Headline, and Supporting Information.

Among the many important and informative points we read that at least $12.9+ Billion Dollars is being
allocated and spent to build the USS Gerald R. Ford, a 100,000 ton New State of the Art Air Craft Carrier.

What we learn today is that 2 More USS Gerald R. Ford 100,000 ton New State of the Art Air Craft Carriers
ARE ALREADY UNDER CONSTRUCTION - THE USS JOHN F. KENNEDY, AND THE USS ENTERPRISE.

THAT IS APPROXIMATELY $39+ BILLION DOLLARS PLUS OPERATING COSTS TO RUN 3 FORD CLASS AIR CRAFT
CARRIERS THAT WILL JOIN THE ALREADY EXISTING 10 NIMITZ CLASS AIR CLASS CARRIERS.

Another Point of Interest to me is that the FORD CLASS AIR CRAFT CARRIERS CAN PRACTICALLY RUN THEMSELVES.

WHERE ARE WE HEADED WITH THE ALREADY PLANNED FUTURE OF WARFARE ?

"We the People..." remain totally clueless and in the dark about The Astronomical Decisions and Money being
spent by The Military Industrial Corporations on our alleged behalf.

"We the People..." HAVE NO DEMOCRACY. THAT PLACEBO MYTH IS THE ALMOST POST HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION
FOSTERED ON A DUMMED DOWN AMERICA CONTINUALLY THAT ONLY GETS WORSE DAY BY DAY, AND YEAR BY YEAR.
(07.26.2017, BB).


THE NAVY’S NEWEST, MOST SOPHISTICATED AIRCRAFT CARRIER DOESN’T HAVE URINALS:
Christopher Woody, Business Insider 11 hours ago

USS Gerald R. Ford

(The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford in Dry Dock 12 at Newport News Shipbuilding.US Navy)

Amid all its upgrades and advances, the US Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, is lacking one
feature: urinals.

Every bathroom on the Ford is, for the first time, gender-neutral, equipped with flush toilets and stalls, according to
Navy Times.

Bathroom-design experts have said sit-down toilets are less sanitary and take up more space, and most of the Ford's
crew members are men. (Women are only about 18% of the Navy.)

But the Navy has said getting rid of urinals has advantages for current and future operations.

Making every bathroom accessible to all of the ship's sailors will make things more convenient for sailors, the Navy has
said. And bathrooms that can be used by either gender mean the Navy can reassign them without making any design
changes, should the crew's makeup change.

"This is designed to give the ship flexibility because there aren’t any berthing areas that are dedicated to one sex or the
other," Operations Specialist 1st Class Kaylea Motsenbocker told Navy Times. "So if this space was needed for males,
we could shift the females to other berthing areas and make this all male without any modification being necessary."

USS Gerald R Ford:

(Sailors man the rails of the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) during its commissioning ceremony at Naval
Station Norfolk, Virginia, July 22, 2017. Ford is the lead ship of the Ford-class aircraft carriers, and the first new US
aircraft carrier designed in 40 years. US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Julio Martinez Martinez)

Other changes include redesigned sleeping areas with fewer beds in each room, different spaces for sleeping and
recreation, wider passageways, better gyms, better air conditioning, and more efficient light bulbs. USB ports have been
installed to make it easier for sailors to charge cellphones and other devices.

Beyond the bathrooms, the Ford — which is the first Ford-class aircraft carrier — has 23 new or modified technologies.

The ship's island is smaller and farther back on the flight deck, allowing more space for air operations. Inside, the
traditional throttle system has been switched out for an updated, one-of-a-kind touch-screen display. "This ship can
basically drive itself," Petty Officer 1st Class Jose Triana told CNN.

In addition to carrying more aircraft, the Ford will also use the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System rather than
steam power used on Nimitz-class ships. The EMALS system is designed to offer more control and precision when
launching aircraft and will be used despite President Donald Trump's vocal objection earlier this year.

The EMALS system is also part of the Ford's switch to electrical power. The ship will be able to produce three times as
much power as Nimitz-class ships, and the Navy has said replacing steam-powered systems with electrical ones will
open space for future technologies.

USS GERALD R. FORD:

(The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) gets underway, beginning the ship’s launch and transit to Newport News
Shipyard pier 3 for the final stages of construction and testing. US Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Aidan
P. Campbell).

Flight operations will also use the Advanced Arresting Gear system to recover aircraft. The AAG system will allow Ford-
class ships to work with air systems that Nimitz-class ships are not interoperable with.

The Ford's roughly 40 fuel stations are more than on any Nimitz-class ship and allow for fueling from multiple places on
the ship with fewer personnel. The ship's dual-band radar works on two frequencies at the same time. It can pick up low-
altitude objects and track both incoming and outgoing aircraft and weapons.

Ford-class carriers will also use electromagnetic fields to raise and lower platforms instead of cables, saving space and
reducing maintenance and personnel requirements over time.

All these advances and upgrades have presented challenges to the Navy and to the sailors who will man the Ford. The
ship's first crew members have more or less written the book on how to operate it.

"We’re creating guidelines," Triana told the Associated Press this month. "Were creating operational — basically instructions
— on how to operate this ship with its systems and its new design."

Donald Trump: USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier:

(Chief Yeoman Berwyn Tinnion, assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), sings the national anthem
during the ship's commissioning ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia, July 22, 2017.(US Navy photo by Mass
Communication Specialist 3rd Class Gitte Schirrmacher/Released))

"We have, no doubt, without question, subject-matter experts on these new systems,” Capt. Brent Gaut, the Ford's executive
officer, told the AP. "They’ve been training on them for upwards of two, three years now. There’s no one else in the fleet that
has some of the systems we have. They are the go-to personnel on how to operate and how to execute with the new systems
that we have."

The new and updated technology poured into the Ford have caused trouble for the Navy during the ship's construction and
development.

"With the benefit of hindsight, it was clearly premature to include so many unproven technologies" in the Ford, according to
an August 23 memo to Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. The Ford's new dual-band radar and some components of its new, more
powerful nuclear reactor also encountered problems during the ship's development.

While the Ford is now ready to ply the seas, Navy commanders appear to be cautious about repeating the technological leaps
taken with the ship. In addition to problems with the launching and arresting systems, the $12.9 billion warship also experienced
budget overruns and scheduling delays.

While the Ford passed builder's trials this spring, it did not undergo shock trials — where the Navy detonates explosives near
the ship to test its ability to withstand the strain. The Navy's first-in-class ships don't always face shock trials, however, and the
next ship in the class, the USS John F. Kennedy, will do them.

USS Gerald R Ford:

(U.S. Navy/Huntington Ingalls Industries/Chris Oxley)

“When we look back, the Ford took on some major goals for ourselves, some real reach goals in terms of technology. And so as
we look forward to designing and building ships of the future, particularly given how quickly technology is advancing, maybe we
take smaller steps," Adm. John Richardson, the Navy's chief of naval operations, told USNI News prior to the Ford's
commissioning this weekend.

"Instead of something that will deliver in 15 or 20 years, we do something that will deliver in five years, and then we do five years
after that," Richardson added, "and we sort of take smaller steps to arrive at the technology and capability curve and deliver with
more confidence and on budget, on schedule."

Two more Ford-class carriers are in the works. The John F. Kennedy "is well along in construction," according to the Navy, and
work has started on the USS Enterprise. The three Ford-class carriers will join 10 Nimitz-class carriers already in service.

“With all new technology there are risks,” Capt. Richard McCormack, the Ford's commanding officer, said. “But that’s why we’re
here — to go out there and shake them down.”

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
Posts: 1943
Joined: Sat May 26, 2007 9:09 am

Re: ALWAYS MONEY FOR WARFARE:

Postby Slav » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:03 am

I am really confused , were spending 39 billion on new war machines for new wars, what direction are we heading and why ? Because there is no profit in peace and only profit in war, so we can expect to see a lot of new wars taking place in the future with all this new hardware.


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