interested party has learned soils contaminated by decades of toxic spills and other hazardous materials at some of America's military bases are being diluted and sprayed from aircraft during exercises over four northern states.
Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, South Dakota is home to a Superfund site so are Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota and FE Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. These installations are participants at the Powder River Training Complex. Chemtrails have been observed by the public and by general aviation pilots in the expanded practice bombing range.
Spurred by President Heather Wilson of the South Dakota School of Mines and nominee for secretary in Donald Trump's Department of the Air Force, a Rapid City firm specializing in toxic waste has been floating the idea of a deep borehole where contaminated materials could be dumped. Wilson is a Republican former New Mexico politician, Air Force officer and lobbyist linked to double dealing at laboratories with ties to the military/industrial complex.
A deep borehole at the edge of the Ogallala Aquifer in southeastern New Mexico is also being explored. Kirtland AFB outside of Albuquerque and Cannon AFB near Clovis are also remediating contaminated soils. Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma is also home to a Superfund site. Ellsworth's B-1B fleet flies there to load.
Billboards along I-25 in New Mexico warn drivers of so-called chemtrail activity.
Combat Raider is the next dump and is scheduled for March 14-16.
This image shows a typical day over central and eastern New Mexico where Contrails, and maybe chemtrails, affect the micro-climate.
.@Jiminhofe was impressed w/ Heather Wilson, nom for sec. of the Air Force, when she stopped by his office today. https://t.co/sThJrkLj5g pic.twitter.com/DDmRalOBhb— Inhofe Press Office (@InhofePress) February 14, 2017