Baltimore Key Bridge #84 – USS Gonzalez advanced SONAR RADAR visits FSK take-down site

“This was a trillion-dollar costly event, ongoing, and yet all culpable persons remain unnamed, kept totally anonymous, with some reportedly having been slyly ‘escaped’ from the country! There is, in fact, zero publicly-verifiable evidence that any genuine Captain, Pilots or Crew ever existed; was DALI a remote-controlled ghost-ship on kamikazee mission from its outset? No waves nor sounds at all were recorded nor reported by any nearby persons nor cameras. No interviews exist with supposed survivors; “family and friends” etc interviews reveal ‘dupers-delight’ micro-facial-expressions with other hallmarks suggestive of fraud. Rampant is the extremely suspicious damage with blatantly visible, verifiable anomalies totally inexplicable (and ignored) by official theory or story. Grand payola galore is already underway with loads more coming. This is another audacious yet sublime crime, militarized from gov to salvage to rebuild. There was no rescue skiff on scene as required by OSHA. No horn blasts from ship warned of imminent collision. The ship departed despite dire electrical problems, illegal at any time and even more highly unusual in the cold, dark night-time (part #94, first ‘after-sundown departure’ in two years). Criminal was this manufactured event, through and through, and that’s before considering the absurdly high number of other anomalies including the complicit, worthless, ‘kept-pet’ mass-media…”

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USS Gonzalez advanced SONAR RADAR visits FSK take-down site

Why go so far out of the way for a friendly 20-minute visit? Probably it was more than a mere visit.

Gonzalez is notable for its advanced tech and capabs. AN/SQS=53C SONAR – hull mounted anti-sub. AN/SQR-19 Towed array SONAR. AN/SQQ-89V integrated suite electronics. Also 3 speciality RADAR sets, special COMMS capabs including NTDS integration for full spectrum eval. Numerous weapons systems including 5 inch gun and PHALANX CIWS. Pretty advanced tech to just roll-up for a jaunt.

Did their mission have something to do with verifying with mil-spec/battle-ready SONAR that the channel is indeed clear? Did USS Gonzalez do a SONAR sweep / verify clearance of the whole Chesapeake Bay shipping channel, just for good measure?

Are they following-up in some way with the apparent Dir Energy Weapons attack that took down the Key Bridge? Unexpectedly speedy dredging suggests unexpectedly swift performance in recovery efforts (kudos!) and/or less material to salvage than expected. “Dustification” (or molten/pooling/running) of metals is seen in the Hutchison Effect and all known DEW Attack sites; there appears to be both a “hot” and a “cold” variety of these material transformations and/or disintegrations. The stunningly thorough documentary “911 Alchemy” covers all this in-depth. See also Hutchison Effect details.

Also, it’s “fleet week” in Baltimore, so maybe it was just a friendly visit. Odd so brief (reportedly ~20 minutes), though.

Wow what a rusty ship not the pride of the NAVY shame on them

The electronics-heavy ships all rust more than others. Electricity. Salt water. Metal. You know. Makes you wonder what the RF wifi radiation madness is doing to humans whose bodies are 70+% salt water inside and often include some metals…

Looking at the large RADAR-transparent octagonal panels around the midship indicates ability to blast-out powerful RF energy. This ship could conceivably be part of suspected CGI / Gelatin / hologram operations, detailed in the excellent documentary 911 ALCHEMY. Maybe its presence at the DEW FSK site (which has some telltales of CGI) has some deeper purpose.

Fun tip: The USAF and Navy plane crews (AWACS etc) are called “cukoos” because the inside-joke is their gonads will be fried by the electronics, and their only chance for legacy will be caring for the offspring of others.

USS Gonzalez advanced SONAR RADAR visits FSK take-down site

The USS Gonzalez (DDG-66) is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer in the United States Navy. Named after Sergeant Alfredo Cantu Gonzalez, a Medal of Honor recipient, the ship is notable for its advanced technology and capabilities. Here are some of its key features, including its sonar and special electronics:

AEGIS Combat System

  • AEGIS Combat System: The USS Gonzalez is equipped with the AEGIS Combat System, an advanced command and control and weapon control system that uses powerful computers and radars to track and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets.

SONAR Systems

  • AN/SQS-53C Sonar: This hull-mounted sonar provides anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capabilities, enabling the ship to detect and track submarines.
  • AN/SQR-19 Towed Array Sonar: This is a passive sonar system towed behind the ship, which extends the range of submarine detection and tracking capabilities.
  • AN/SQQ-89(V) ASW Combat System: This integrated suite of sensors, processors, and displays provides the ship with advanced ASW capabilities, combining data from various sonar systems and other sources.

RADAR Systems

  • AN/SPY-1D Radar: This phased-array radar is a critical component of the Aegis Combat System, capable of tracking multiple targets simultaneously and providing guidance for missile engagements.
  • AN/SPG-62 Fire Control Radar: This radar is used for terminal guidance of Standard Missiles and other surface-to-air missiles.
  • AN/SPS-67(V)3 Surface Search Radar: This radar is used for navigation and surface search.

Electronic Warfare and Countermeasures

  • AN/SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite: This system provides electronic support measures (ESM) and electronic countermeasures (ECM), detecting and jamming enemy radar and communications.
  • MK 36 Decoy Launching System: This system launches decoys to confuse incoming anti-ship missiles, enhancing the ship’s survivability.

Communication and Navigation Systems

  • Link 16: A secure, jam-resistant tactical data link that allows the ship to share situational awareness and coordinate operations with other naval and allied units.
  • Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS): Integrates data from the ship’s sensors and weapons systems, providing a comprehensive picture of the battle space.

Weapons Systems

  • Mk 41 Vertical Launch System (VLS): Capable of launching a variety of missiles, including Standard Missiles (SM-2, SM-3, SM-6), Tomahawk cruise missiles, and anti-submarine rockets (ASROC).
  • Harpoon Anti-Ship Missiles: Provides the ship with long-range, over-the-horizon anti-ship capabilities.
  • MK 45 5-inch Gun: Used for naval gunfire support and surface warfare.
  • Phalanx CIWS: Close-In Weapon System for defense against incoming anti-ship missiles and aircraft.

The USS Gonzalez, with its combination of advanced sonar, radar, and electronic warfare systems, along with its formidable array of weapons, is designed to perform a wide range of missions, including anti-air, anti-surface, and anti-submarine warfare, as well as ballistic missile defense.

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