Nodes 132, 133 & 103

Less than 5 miles apart, Omaha, NE(132) & Council Bluffs, IA (133) Node 108 is New London, IA.

Omaha, Nebraska is the anchor of the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area which includes Counsil Bluffs, Iowa,  across the Missouri River from Omaha.  We have two MADAR sites in that area. Omaha, Nebraska, operated by David Pares, is MADAR site Node 132.  Node 133 is at Counsil Bluffs and operated by Greg Andersen.

David Pares is the State Director of MUFON Nebraska. (See bio below *) Also Faculty Advisor for the University of Nebraska at Omaha MUFON Club which purchased the unit for research of data for local use

Greg Andersen is the MUFON State Director for Iowa. Not new in the business, he has been an Iowa MUFON field investigator since October of 2009 and was a newsletter member of APRO in the mid 70's.

One of our early test nodes is at New London, IA, Node 108, operated by one of our MADAR technical consultants.

Key target areas are marked as white dots (targets in a 2000 warhead scenario) and
triangles (500 warhead scenario)

United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) is one of ten unified commands in the United States Department of Defense headquartered at Offutt Air Force Base Nebraska. USSTRATCOM is responsible for strategic deterrence, global strike, and operating the Defense Department's Global Information Grid It also provides a host of capabilities to support the other combatant commands, including strategic warning; integrated missile defense; and global command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR). This dynamic command gives national leadership a unified resource for greater understanding of specific threats around the world and the means to respond to those threats rapidly. USSTRATCOM employs tailored nuclear, cyber, space, global strike, joint electronic warfare, missile defense, and intelligence capabilities to deter aggression, decisively respond if deterrence fails, assure allies, shape adversary behavior, defeat terror, and define the force of the future. 

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David Pares Bio
David has been in the field of Meteorology and Weather Systems Engineering for over thirty years. He has a multi-disciplinary background in Science and Engineering, design, integration and fabrication. In the past he has served as a Weather Observer, Forecaster and at Air Force Global Weather Central (AFGWC) as an Air Force Numerical Weather Modeler. He has also held positions as a Lead Engineer / Weather Systems Engineering and Head of the Satellite Data Handling System (SDHS) Meteorological Application Section for Harris Corporation at (AFGWC). In addition, his company, Lone Eagle Systems, Incorporated has conducted work for the U.S Army Atmospheric Science Laboratory Short Term Analysis Studies (STAS) program. The work entailed the design and fabrication of portable, backpack weather satellite forecaster workstations, complete with custom forecaster/meteorological software for mobile operations. He has recently started a new company Space Warp Dynamics which has designed the first space warp drive.  They have been in the testing mode for over three years and are looking to get this engine into space in the next three years or possibly sooner. He has also done a number of TV and Radio programs for the History, Nat Geo, Discovery and The Learning Channel, Coast to Coast and Midnight in the Desert with Art Bell. The subject materials, of the shows, were Bermuda Triangle, Electronic Fog and Space Warp. Web Site,  to read all about it. Company Web Site: Presented/published paper (AIAA) American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Conference July 10, 2018 Advanced Propulsion Concepts II, Unique Propulsion Systems section 78-APC-3, Control ID 2904960, Presentation ID: AIAA-2018-4633 “The Artificial Inducement of a Local Space Warp Bubble using a Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive”, By David Pares & Kyle Finley. Currently he is teaching as an adjunct faculty at five colleges in the Omaha, Lincoln area in eight different subjects; Physics, Meteorology, Physical Science, Astronomy, Physical Geography (Weather and Climate) & ( Soils and Landforms), Physical Geology and Earth Science.