While the news has been filled with claims that strange unidentified craft with unexplainable capabilities are appearing over highly sensitive U.S. installations and assets as of late, a much less glamorous, more numerous, and arguably far more pressing threat has continued to metastasize in alarming ways—that posed by lower-end and even off-the-shelf drones. Less than a year ago and just days after the stunning drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s most critical energy production infrastructure deep in the heart of that highly defended country, a bizarre and largely undisclosed incident involving a swarm of drones occurred on successive September evenings in 2019. The location? America’s most powerful nuclear plant, the Palo Verde Nuclear Generation Station situated roughly two dozen miles west of Phoenix, near Tonopah, Arizona.
The Drive 29th July 2020 read more »
Who flew drone swarms over America’s most powerful nuclear reactor last year? Federal probe proves inconclusive after mysterious security breach in Arizona. A shocking new report has revealed a significant security breach at the nation’s largest nuclear power plant, after investigators were unable to determine who flew a swarm of drones over a reactor there two nights in a row. The drone incidents, which took place in late September at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating station in Arizona, were not widely reported until an extensive account published on Wednesday by The Drive.
Daily Mail 30th July 2020 read more »