Centcom underground war room in Amman for US intervention in Syria


Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, was in Amman this week to inaugurate the Centcom’s Forward Command in Jordan manned by 273 US officers. US media correspondents were permitted to visit the new war room for the first time on condition of non-disclosure of its location and secret facilities.

Military sources report that the installation is bomb- and missile-proof against a possible Syrian attack. The US Air Force command section is in direct communication with the US, Israeli, Jordanian and Saudi Air Force headquarters ready for an order by President Barack Obama to impose a partial no-fly zone over Syrian air space.

Another section is designed to coordinate operations between US and Jordanian special forces, as well as the units trained in commando combat by US instructors in Jordan.  A closed section houses CIA personnel who control the work of US agents going in and out of Syria and also a communications center.


thanks to rev17 for the link..

looks like preparations for war to me..all the sides have been taken..the control rooms are ready..even a new capital is chosen..what if the UN inspectors in syria right now find out the rebels were using chemical weapons?? or is that not going to be allowed?


~ by seeker401 on August 20, 2013.

8 Responses to “Centcom underground war room in Amman for US intervention in Syria”

  1. We now have an answer on Israel / Egypt

    Breaking News »
    Mubarak to be released this week – reports in Cairo

    DEBKAfile August 19, 2013, 3:18 PM (GMT+02:00)
    Several sources in Cairo report that former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, 85, will be released this week from prison where he was incarcerated after he was ousted in the Arab Spring of 2011. HIs lawyer says that he was cleared of charges of corruption and should be out in 48 hours.


    Israel stays clear of Egyptian crisis, fearing Russian military’s return to a second border after Syria


    • “The veteran Saudi diplomat’s message is blunt: Failing a radical Western about-turn in favor of the Egyptian military, Cairo will turn to Moscow. In no time, Russian arms and military experts will again be swarming over Egypt, 41 years after they were thrown out by the late president Anwar Sadat in 1972.
      Implied in Bandar’s message is the availability of Saudi financing for Egyptian arms purchases from Moscow. Therefore, if President Barack Obama yields to pressure and cuts off military aid to post-coup Cairo, America’s strategic partnership with this important Arab nation may go by the board.”

  2. Why Jordan Needs Nuclear Power
    by Bahjat Tabbara | Mar 23, 2013
    Global warming and water scarcity, rising fossil fuel prices and worries about future supplies have caused many nations, including the oil-rich United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, to look into the possibility of resorting to nuclear power.

    This follows a global trend in developing nations.
    Jordan exhibits the typical characteristics of an emerging economy, including high economic and population growth and growing energy and water needs. These challenges have been more pronounced since 2003, when the Kingdom lost Iraqi oil grants, an event that coincided with a global increase in the oil price and, since 2011, with cuts to Egyptian natural gas supplies.

    Presently, electricity represents 23.8 per cent of the final energy consumed and over 41.8 per cent of the primary energy consumed in Jordan. Combined, this accounts for some 20 per cent of GDP, imposing significant financial pressure.

    Additionally, Jordan produces electricity almost exclusively from fossil fuels, which leaves little diversity in the country’s energy mix.


    Geopolitics of Water
    snips from the article
    The Need for Water

    The primary goal of the early Zionist leadership was to control and secure the region’s waters. At the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, Chaim Weizmann declared that ‘it was of vital importance not only to secure all water resources feeding the country, but to control them at the sources – and the development of these waters became the primary aim of the Yishuv as a whole[iii]. This policy remained in place. As Israel ’s third Prime Minister Levi Eshkol put it, water was “the blood flowing through the arteries of the nation”.

    As previously stated , the chaos we witness in Syria today has been in the making for years with the aid and backing of Israel-firsters in order to accommodate Israel’s agenda – expansion and control of regional water supplies while weakening its adversary/ies.

    In September 2000, the same year that young Bashar-al Assad succeeded his father as President of Syria, a strategy paper entitled “The Geopolitics of Water” by the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies (IASPS) opined that “Since extensive water planning proposals will necessitate the establishment of pipelines and energy grids stretching across borders, a political and military structure that can ensure the safety and security of the carriers will be the prerequisite to effective water sharing” ….. “But an effective regional system would require political-military cooperation against Syria ”.

    I remember posting about this on RJ months ago. I may have this backwards, but the jist of the article back then was Jordan needed water and Syria needed electricity, or vise/versa. I imagine like always, TPTB will provide it only with a war, so the peasants have to pay for it all!

  3. Hmmm, what the heck is/was this, a rearranging of the deck chairs again, Or a night of long knives?

    Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf Charged with Benazir Bhutto’s Murder, says prosecutor
    August 20, 2013

    Report: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to be freed
    Published August 19, 2013

    Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie Arrested
    20 Aug 2013

  4. Reblogged this on Johnsono ne'Blog'as.

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