WHY IS THE US ARMY CHOOSING GIGANTIC SITES FOR EBOLA TREATMENT UNITS?

WHY IS THE US ARMY CHOOSING GIGANTIC SITES FOR EBOLA TREATMENT UNITS?

September 22, 2014
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As the first US troops arrive in Liberia, the US commander, Major General Darryl Williams and U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac toured several sites where Ebola Treatment Units are being constructed, including the Defense Ministry building in Congo Town and Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex.

First Shipment of the Ramped Up U.S. Military Response to Ebola Arrives in Liberia

By Embassy of the United States of America, Monrovia
Federal Government
Liberia, September 19, 2014
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A C-17 U.S. military aircraft arrived in Liberia Thursday with the first shipment of increased U.S. military equipment and personnel for the anti-Ebola fight, which was promised by President Barack Obama in a speech September 16 at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.

The cargo included a heavy duty forklift, a drill set and generator and a team of 7 military personnel, including engineers and airfield specialists. The personnel are here to quickly assess the payload and stability of the airport runways. The forklift will be used to offload incoming supplies.

Additional large military aircraft, transporting more personnel and supplies, are expected to arrive in Monrovia in the coming days.

Major General Darryl Williams, in his capacity as Commander of U.S. Army Africa and Operation United Assistance, has been in Liberia since Tuesday, meeting with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and other senior Liberian government officials to discuss the stepped up U.S. response to the Ebola crisis.

On Thursday, Maj. Gen. Williams and U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac toured several sites where more Ebola Treatment Units are being constructed. The sites include the Defense Ministry building in Congo Town and Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex.

On Tuesday, President Obama announced Operation United Assistance, saying: “Our forces are going to bring their expertise in command and control, in logistics, in engineering. And our Department of Defense is better at that, our armed services are better at that, than any organization on Earth. We’re going to create an air bridge to get health workers and medical supplies into West Africa faster.”

The two above-mentioned sites under construction are pictured below.

Striking are their dimensions and the potential they have for being turned into high security sites given their few entry — and exit — points. The US army plans another 15 such Ebola Treatment Units. It will be interesting to see how many body bags, trench digging and helicopter drop equipment the US military brings…

It reminds me of the high security centres planned in France for the mass forced vaccination of 100% of the population with the swine flu jab in 2009.

Ebola treatment unit under construction

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