Military Weapons? Fibers Falling from the Sky in AZ & TX

CBU-94 “Blackout Bomb”
BLU-114/B “Soft-Bomb”

The BLU-114/B is a special-purpose munition for attacking electrical power infrastructure. Although very little is known about this highly classified weapon, reportedly it functions by dispensing a number of submunitions which in turn disperse large numbers of chemically treated carbon graphite filaments which short-circuit electrical power distribution equipment such as transformers and switching stations. The weapon is sometimes referred to as a “soft bomb” since its effects are largely confined to the targeted electrical power facility, with minimal risk of collateral damage.

This previously undisclosed weapon, carried by the F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter, was used for the first time on 02 May 1999 as part of Operation ALLIED FORCE strikes against Serbia. Following these attacks lights went out over 70 per cent of the country. The munition was subsequently used on the night of 07 May 1999 to counter Serbian efforts to restore damage caused by the initial attack. Source: http://fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/dumb/blu-114.htm

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Published on Nov 6, 2015

4 thoughts on “Military Weapons? Fibers Falling from the Sky in AZ & TX

  1. This looks similar to the graphite bombs used in the 1st Iraq invasion to disable the power grid.

  2. you can add Minneapolis to that list – a couple weeks ago my car had millions of fibers all over it…

  3. Seen this angel hair falling twice this year, about 35 miles east of Tulsa.

  4. on November 1st 2015 wide ranges of the landscape of Eifel in West Germany was covered with this kind of fibers. They have been everywhere. Fields, acres, forests, villages, traffic signs, floating through the air etc. – next day everything was gone. Three days before a massive spraying took part in that area. The sky looked like a zebra crossing. We have a lot of US military in that area – no coincidence I am afraid…
    When will that madness stop???

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