The Ignis Project

Bob McEntee discusses the importance of Hardening the Grid against an EMP

October 02, 2019 Season 1 Episode 8
The Ignis Project
Bob McEntee discusses the importance of Hardening the Grid against an EMP
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Bob McEntee discusses the importance of Hardening the Grid against an EMP
Oct 02, 2019 Season 1 Episode 8
The Ignis Project / Bob McEntee
Bob McEntee, a former AF Pilot, discusses the importance of Hardening the Grid against an EMP. An Electromagnetic Pulse could disable all the power of a city, a State and a Nation, rendering all communications and every electrical item, (including automobiles), useless. Russia, Japan, China, Israel, and even Iran have already taken steps to harden their grid against an EMP. It is time for the US to do the same!
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Bob McEntee, a former AF Pilot,  discusses the importance of Hardening the Grid against an EMP. An Electromagnetic Pulse could disable all the power of a city, a State and a Nation, rendering all communications and every electrical item, (including automobiles), useless. Russia, Japan, China, Israel, and even Iran have already taken steps to harden their grid against an EMP.  It is time for the US to do the same! 

Bob McEntee is a 1988 USAFA Graduate, with a BS in US Military History, and a minor in German. He was a SAC Alert Force KC-135 Instructor & Navigator from 1990-1991, and a Single Integrated Operations Plan (SIOP) Instructor & Planner. He received the SAC 1994 Omaha Trophy on behalf of the 43rd ARW. He is a USAF Squadron Officer School Graduate, a Combat Air Tactics Training Graduate, a Red Flag Planner & Flying Graduate, and a USAF Contingency Wartime Planning Course Graduate. He is also the recipient of 3 Air Medals for Combat Support/Missions in 5 Continents, with over 5,000 hours of flight time.




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