Rapid Razor Wire Deployment! Spy Towers! Spy Blimps! Oh My…
WTF!!! Hey that guard tower was not there at lunch today……… ICx Technologies Sky watch Mobile Snooper Towers are even going to be used at the SuperBowl, possibly even your local Wal-Mart, since they are already working hand in hand with the Napolitano’s
The threat of a terrorist attack at a major airport is a primary concern for security officials worldwide. Therefore, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) is an ICx customer…… Source : icxt.
As you can see these towers can be deployed in a moments notice. Think about it, with the ability to spool off barbed wire at high speeds from truck beds or trailers and these mobile guard towers that can be jacked up in a minute, the TSA and DHS could have mobile FEMA camps setup and ready for mass detention in almost a blink of an eye.
Halliburton’s subsidiary KBR (formerly Kellogg, Brown and Root) announced on January 24, 2006 that it had been awarded a $385 million contingency contract by the Department of Homeland Security to build detention camps in the United States. Source : projectcensored.org
The develpoer ICx Technologies is no stranger to TSA and DHS. They have manged to land a multi milion dollar contract in 2009 for a bio-attact sensor system.
Updated: 02-6-2009 12:38 pm
ICx Technologies announced this week that it has landed a Department of Homeland Security contract to develop sensors that could be used in the event of a biological attack.
The contract, worth $4.9 million, is a Phase IIb research and development program inside the DHS “Detect to Protect” project, which was formerly known as the IBADS program. It is the third time ICx has landed a contract with that program.
In October of 2009 DHS choose ICx Technologies to work on “Mass Transit” systems such as subways and train systems. This would seemingly fall under the guises of the TSA.
ICx Technologies was sold in October 2010 to FLIR industries.
Monday evening that it has completed its acquisition of ICx Technologies, bolstering its suite of products in the security space by giving it radar to go with its imaging and laser systems and providing a slew of…
Source : defensedaily.com
DHS has other forms of “eye in the Sky” snooping methods though. You must keep your eyes peeled even further up, no higher. See that white blimp. Yes that is a Blimp with eyes. It has the ability to carry a radiological payload as well as regular camera recording, night-vision and FLIR heat sensing technologies. Source : notalemming.wp.com
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