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Small airport in FL. believed to be FULL of UN vehicles

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Last Edited: February 3, 2010, 3:52 pm

I've heard for a long time that the U.N. is here, just waiting for something.....You won't believe your eyes, be sure and zoom in as far as you can ~ Google Map ~
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=29%C2%B058'21.01%22N+81%C2%B039'46.49%22W&mrt=loc&sll=36.782892,-80.699387&sspn=0.26892,0.672226&ie=UTF8&t=h&ll=29.972,-81.663727&spn=0.005102,0.009645&z=17



Small airport in Florida believed to be taken over by the feds housing THOUSANDS of white UN vehicles..........



They certainly look like some of these:


Martial Law coming to America!! U N vehicles on American Soil !! NWO Beast is Watching and Listening to You !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpsXw7YaUqY



2-3-2010

A Facebook user has confirmed, it is Green Cove Springs, Florida!!!
Reynolds Airpark
A PRIVATE AIRPORT!!!
http://flightwise.com/pu/ai/ad.aspx?aptident=fl60



~ Green Cove, FL ~


The period immediately before and during World War II again brought new growth to Green Cove Spring. In September 1940, the U.S. Navy opened Naval Air Station Lee Field in honor of Ensign Bejamin Lee who had lost his life in a crash at Killinghome, England during World War I. In August 1943, the facility was renamed Naval Air Station Green Cove Springs (Lee Field) and consisted of four 5000 ft asphalt runways.[4][5] After the war, NAS Green Cove Springs was downgraded in status to a Naval Auxiliary Air Station (NAAS) as part of the greater NAS Jacksonville complex. A total of 13 piers were also constructed along the west bank of the St. Johns River adjacent to NAAS Green Cove Springs (Lee Field) to house a U.S. Navy "Mothball Fleet" of some 600 vessels, primarily destroyers, destroyer escorts and fleet auxiliaries. In 1960, the Navy decommissioned NAAS Green Cove Springs and the pier facility. Some of the mothballed vessels were transferred to foreign navies while others were relocated to other Reserve Fleet locations.

In 1984, the city annexed the former naval base into the city to utilize it for further growth and development as the Clay County Port and Reynolds Industrial Park. The air station is now a private airfield known as Reynolds Airpark (FAA airfield identifier: FL60) with a single 5000 ft asphalt runway currently operational, although reportedly in poor condition.[6][7] Although the original air station air traffic control tower is still standing, attached to one of the former Navy aircraft hangars, the airfield remains an uncontrolled facility.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Cove_Springs,_Florida



Thanks to Captive Liberty for sharing this with me!

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