Moore, a former Green Beret turned investigative journalist and radio show host, cited one of his primary sources for this information. The source told him that mothballed aircraft at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona are being reactivated and flown once more. F-16 fighters, C-130 transport planes, AWACS planes and A-10 attack planes are just some of the aircraft being put back into active service, the source added.
The host of "The John Moore Show" also recounted the statement of a former C-130 mechanic who attended the show's monthly meetup. According to the erstwhile mechanic, putting one aircraft back in service within a three-week period requires a team of 260 people and $1 million.
"Now, you multiply that times hundreds of other aircraft and you're looking at some very serious money, to say the least," he told Adams, the founder of Natural News and Brighteon.com. "[However,] an additional complexity is [that] the active-duty Air Force doesn't have the pilots to fly the aircraft. Nor do they have the people to do the maintenance."
To address this shortcoming, Moore disclosed that the Air Force will recruit retired commercial and military pilots. Retired Air Force mechanics who were in the Air Force Reserve will be brought back to active duty to service the reactivated planes. (Related: World War III WARNING - new intel from John Moore raises alarm over Pentagon's war plans.)
In response, Adams warned that restoring thousands of various combat planes to active duty and recalling retired pilots could spell doom for commercial air traffic.
Moore disclosed that the aircraft, specifically the C-130 and AWAC planes, would be used for a training operation. He added that the planes were going to the Philippines and Europe, naming Poland as the likely destination for the latter. The U.S. would leverage the Philippines against China and Europe against Russia, Moore continued.
"They are getting ready for WWIII and they have been doing it. We don't know how long. Probably for most of this calendar year, or maybe half of more of last year because of the complexity, the length of time and the difficulty getting the parts they need," he told the Health Ranger.
"It's a massive logistical undertaking. It's not something that if you were getting ready for war. You wouldn't do these three years or five years before they're related, or even two years. I would say two years or less is the time frame that they anticipate needing these aircraft."
The Health Ranger pointed out to Moore that Americans have already seen the U.S. depleting its domestic supplies of artillery rounds, drones, vehicles and other military supplies with the Biden administration sending them to Ukraine. Previously mothballed aircraft being readied for active service and shipped to the Philippines and Europe would further leave America more vulnerable to an invasion, he continued.
The Liberty Man responded that while an invasion of America is definitely a possibility, he hopes Americans won't see this kind of action taking place in the country. People need to be aware of this possibility so they can make their own preparations, Moore added.
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