Terrifying New Tactics Used By This Country To Infiltrate U.S. Military Bases

By Alan Hume | Monday, 27 May 2024 04:30 PM
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Admiral Daryl Caudle, the U.S. Fleet Forces Commander, has issued a stark warning about the increasing attempts by foreign nationals to infiltrate U.S. military bases nationwide.

In an interview with FOX News, he revealed that these security breaches are occurring at an alarming rate of two to three times a week.

Lara Logan, a journalist, has reported on multiple attempted infiltrations at various U.S. bases, involving individuals from Chechnya, Jordan, and China.

The responsibility for this escalating issue has been attributed to the Biden administration and the Democratic Party's policy of open borders, which critics argue has allowed millions of unidentified foreigners to enter the country.

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Admiral Caudle told Bill Hemmer on America Reports that the frequency of these attempted infiltrations by foreign nationals is 'two or three times a week.' However, the problem appears to be more extensive than what is currently being reported.

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Over the past few years, Chinese nationals have breached U.S. military sites and sensitive areas, including the Kennedy Space Center, over 100 times. This information was reported by The New York Post in 2023.

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The report detailed several alarming incidents, including individuals trespassing into a U.S. missile range in New Mexico and scuba divers spotted near a rocket launch site and the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Additionally, there have been instances of drones being used to capture detailed aerial footage of sensitive military sites, and the Pentagon has confirmed cases of individuals 'speeding through security checkpoints.'

Many of these potential intruders claim to be confused tourists who believe they have a reservation at an on-base hotel. When confronted by security, they often use what appears to be scripted language, according to the report.

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