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I became and currently am a Targeted Individual of US Department of Defense Military Special Operations and Psychological Operations attacks as a result of the State of Illinois partnership with the Department of Defense for the 2016 Illinois SmartState Blockchain Initiative through my employment as a State of Illinois employee for the Department Of Human Services.

US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND.

CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: Special Operations Forces (SOF) play a significant role in U.S. military operations and, in recent years, have been given greater responsibility for planning and conducting worldwide counter-terrorism operations. U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has about 70,000 Active Duty, National Guard, and reserve personnel from all four services and Department of Defense (DOD) civilians assigned to its headquarters, its four service component commands, and eight sub unified commands. The current Unified Command Plan (UCP) stipulates USSOCOM responsibility for synchronizing planning for global operations to combat terrorist networks. This focus on planning limits its ability to conduct activities designed to deter emerging threats, build relationships with foreign militaries, and potentially develop greater access to foreign militaries. USSOCOM is proposing changes that would, in addition to current responsibilities, include the responsibility for synchronizing the planning, coordination, deployment, and, when directed, the employment of special operations forces globally and will do so with the approval of the Geographic Combatant Commanders, the services and, as directed, appropriate U.S. government agencies. Further, the proposed changes would give broader responsibility to USSOCOM beyond counterterrorism activities, to include activities against other threat networks.

In August 2016, the Obama Administration assigned USSOCOM the leading role in coordinating DOD’s efforts to counter WMDs, a mission previously assigned to U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). Special operations are military operations requiring unique modes of employment, tactical techniques, equipment, and training. These operations are often conducted in hostile, denied, or politically sensitive environments and are characterized by one or more of the following elements: time sensitive, clandestine, low visibility, conducted with and/or through indigenous forces, requiring regional expertise, and/or a high degree of risk. Special Operations Forces (SOF) are those active and reserve component forces of the services designated by the Secretary of Defense and specifically organized, trained, and equipped to conduct and support special operations. The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL, is a functional combatant command responsible for training, doctrine, and equipping for all U.S. SOF units.

In 1986, Congress, concerned about the status of SOF within overall U.S. defense planning, passed legislation (P.L. 99-661) to strengthen special operations’ position within the defense community and to strengthen interoperability among the branches of U.S. SOF. These actions included the establishment of USSOCOM as a new unified command. USSOCOM headquarters currently consists of approximately 2,500 military and Department of Defense (DOD) civilians (not including government contractors).1 As stipulated by U.S.C. Title X, Section 167, the commander of USSOCOM is a four-star officer who may be from any military service. U.S. Army General Raymond A. Thomas III is the current USSOCOM Commander. Army Lieutenant General Richard Clarke will reportedly replace General Thomas who is expected to retire in 2019.2 The USSOCOM Commander reports directly to the Secretary of Defense. The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (ASD SOLIC), a member of the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy (OSD-P), provides civilian oversight over USSOCOM activities and is chain of supervision between the Secretary of Defense and USSOCOM Commander. The current ASD SOLIC is Mr. Owen West.

As of February 15, 2018, USSOCOM consisted of 57,478 active duty, 7,668 reserve and National Guard, and 6,552 civilian personnel assigned to its headquarters, its four components, and sub unified commands.3 USSOCOM’s components are the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC); the Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC); the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC); and the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC). The Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) is a USSOCOM sub unified command. Theater-level command and control responsibilities are vested in Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs).

TSOCs are sub unified commands under their respective Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCCs). TSOCs are special operational headquarters elements designed to support a GCC’s special operations logistics, planning, and operational command and control requirements, and are normally commanded by a general officer. In February 2013, based on a request from USSOCOM and with the concurrence of every geographic and functional combatant commander and military service chiefs and Secretaries, the Secretary of Defense transferred combatant command of the TSOCs from the GCCs to USSOCOM.4 This means USSOCOM now has the responsibility to organize, train, and equip TSOCs, as it previously had for all assigned SOF units as specified in U.S. Code, Title 10, Section 167. This change is intended to enable USSOCOM to standardize, to the extent possible, TSOC capabilities and manpower requirements. While USSOCOM is now responsible for the organizing, training, and equipping of TSOCs, the GCCs continue to have operational control over the TSOCs and all special operations in their respective theaters.

TSOC commanders are the senior SOF advisors for their respective GCCs. Each TSOC is capable of forming the core of a joint task force headquarters for short-term operations, and can provide command and control for all SOF in theater on a continuous basis. The services have what the DOD calls “Combatant Command Service Agency (CCSA)” responsibilities for providing manpower, non-SOF peculiar equipment, and logistic support to the TSOCs. The current TSOCs, the GCCs they support, and the CCSA responsibility for those TSOCs are as follows.  Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH), Homestead Air Force Base, FL; supports U.S. Southern Command; its CCSA is the Army.  Special Operations Command Africa (SOCAFRICA), Stuttgart, Germany; supports U.S. Africa Command; its CCSA is the Army. Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR), Stuttgart, Germany; supports U.S. European Command; its CCSA is the Army. 

Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT), MacDill Air Force Base, FL; supports U.S. Central Command; its CCSA is the Air Force.  Special Operations Command Pacific (SOCPAC), Camp Smith, HI; supports U.S. Pacific Command; its CCSA is the Navy.  Special Operations Command Korea (SOCKOR), Yongsang, Korea; supports U.S. Forces Korea; its CCSA is the Army. And  Special Operations Command U.S. Northern Command (SOCNORTH), Peterson Air Force Base, CO; supports U.S. Northern Command; its CCSA is the Air Force. In addition to Title 10 authorities and responsibilities, USSOCOM has been given additional responsibilities. In the 2004 Unified Command Plan (UCP), USSOCOM was given the responsibility for synchronizing DOD planning against global terrorist networks and, as directed, conducting global operations against those networks.6 In this regard, USSOCOM “receives, reviews, coordinates and prioritizes all DOD plans that support the global campaign against terror, and then makes recommendations to the Joint Staff regarding force and resource allocations to meet global requirements.”7

In October 2008, USSOCOM was designated the DOD proponent for Security Force Assistance (SFA).8 In this role, USSOCOM performs a synchronizing function in global training and assistance planning similar to the previously described role of planning against terrorist networks. Some of the most frequently deployed SOF assets are Civil Affairs (CA) units, which provide experts in every area of civil government to help administer civilian affairs in operational theaters. The 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne) is the only active CA unit that exclusively supports USS
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Oct. 31, 2018: 8:04 pm I am sending this list again because it gives us so much information on the intelligence and military agencies throughout different countries for the DOD. I emailed many of them. Will finish tomorrow. It is DARPA. the different-technologies, research, names of the programs are all in here. I advise to please read each one of these

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Oct. 31, 2018, 7:58 pm, DoD Directive 5230.25, DARPA_Spaceplane_Concept_Feasibility_Examination.pdf

The following. notice applies to any unclassified (including originally classified and now declassified) technical reports released to “qualified U.S. contractors” under the provisions of DoD Directive 5230.25, Withholding of Unclassified Technical Data From Public.Disclosure..

http://www.esd.whs.mil/Portals/54/Documents/FOID/Reading%20Room/DARPA/15-F-0649_DARPA_Spaceplane_Concept_Feasibility_Examination.pdf

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Oct. 31, 2018, 7:52 pm, DARPA DIRECTOR DR. TONY TETHER

DARPA DIRECTOR DR. TONY TETHER

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15-F-0751_DARPA_Director_Tony_Tether

Miranda

Oct. 31, 2018, 7:49 pm DARPA DIRECTOR VICTOR REIS

DARPA DIRECTOR VICTOR REIS

15-F-0751_DARPA_Director_Victor_Reis

http://www.esd.whs.mil/Portals/54/Documents/FOID/Reading%20Room/DARPA/15-F-0751_DARPA_Director_Victor_Reis.pdf

Oct. 31, 2018, 7:31 pm; BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGIES FOR NATIONAL SECURITY

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Oct. 31, 2018, 7:12 pm, DARPA PROGRAMS (2008)

15-F-1407_DARPA_Fact_File-A_Compendium_of_Programs_2008

Darpa Programs 2008

Oct. 31, 2018; 6:38 pm Generation & Global Propagation of ULF Waves Contract No. HROOll-08-C-0009

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Oct. 31, 2018, 11:06 am; 2016 FLU shot offered onsite at kankakee county fcrc hub. Flu shot never offered onsite. Department of defense and its military and military funded agencies, research labs and universities partnered with state of Illinois 01/2016. Flu shot administered 01/2016.

16-F-0021_DOC_03_DARPA_Biotechnologies_Diagnostics_on_Demand

Oct. 31, 2018: 10:56 am; DARPA, US AIR FORCE & NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY. Challenge: Transmissibility of infectious disease

16-F-0021_DOC_03_DARPA_Biotechnologies_Diagnostics_on_Demand

DARPA Biotechnologies, Diagnostics on Demand

Oct. 31, 2018: 10:45 am; In vitro erythrocyte infection system.

NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CONDUCTING RESEARCH ON BEHALF OF DARPA ON MEMBRANE BIOLOGY FOR RED BLOOD CELLS INFECTED WITH MALARIA DISEASE. In vitro erythrocyte infection system. MALARIA AND RED BLOOD CELLS. MEMBRANE BIOLOGY. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM THEY GAVE ME THAT SUPPOSEDLY FLU SHOT 2016. HEY INJECTED ME. THE STATE OF ILLINOIS PARTICIPATED .

DARPA Biochronicity pdf

16-F-0021_DOC_02_BioChronicity

Malaria and Human Red Blood Cells

Oct. 31, 2018: 10:42 am; NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CONDUCTING RESEARCH ON BEHALF OF DARPA ON MEMBRANE BIOLOGY FOR RED BLOOD CELLS INFECTED WITH MALARIA DISEASE. In vitro erythrocyte infection system. MALARIA AND RED BLOOD CELLS. MEMBRANE BIOLOGY. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM THEY GAVE ME THAT SUPPOSEDLY FLU SHOT 2016. HEY INJECTED ME. THE STATE OF ILLINOIS PARTICIPATED .

DARPA Contract on Malaria

Oct. 31, 2018: 10:29 am; I FOUND THE CONTRACT. DARPA 2016 Contract Winner. NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY. MY HARASSERS

DARPA 2016 Contracts

16-F-0021_DOC_01_DARPA_Contracts_List

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