Weaponized Weather Control Centers and More . . .

Congressional investigation asap on weather modification. #ConusOWSWeaponizedWeather  

Shaw air force base in Lyndsey grahams state of south carolina is the south conus ows weaponized  weather control center.  Offit airforce base near Omaha nebraska is the global Conus OWS weaponized weather control center. Scott air force base in bellview illinois is the ows weaponized weather control center for the North and north east all the way from the usa to the north pole.  Weapons of mass destruction #ConusOWSWeaponizedWeather List of Weather Modification Companies

Weather Modification Association (WMA)

www.weathermodification.org – Full Corporate Roster

Advanced Radar Corp

Aero Systems, Inc.

Aerotec Argentina

Colorado Water Conservation Board

Deepwater Chemicals

Direccion de Agricultura y Contingencias Climaticas (Argentina)

Droplet Measurement Technologies

Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc.

Electronic Systems Developement CC

General Aviation Applications – 3D s.a.


Ice Crystal Engineering LLC

Idaho Power Company

NASIC/DEKA – US Air Force Wright-Patterson AFB

North American Weather Consultants, Inc.

North Dakota Atmospheric Resources Board

Omni International, LLC

Radiometrics Corporation

RHS Consulting, Ltd

Sacramento Municipal Util Dist.

Santa Barbara County Water Agency

Snowy Hydro Limited

Southern California Edison County

National University of Technology – Mendoza, Argentina

Utah Division of Water Resources


Vaisala Oyj

Vaisala – Veriteq

Weather Modification, Inc.

Western Kansas Grndwater Dist 1

Western Weather Consultants, LLC

Wyoming Water Development

Texas Weather Modification Association (TWMA)

The TWMA is a WMA member – www.texasweathermodification.com/History.html

TWMA Members

West Texas Weather Modification Association

Southwest Texas Rain Enhancement Association

South Texas Weather Modification Association

Panhandle GCD Precipitation Enhancement Program

Southern Ogallala Aquifer Rain Program (SOAR)

Seeding Operations and Atmospheric Research (SOAR) old website

The Edwards Aquifer

Colorado River Municipal Water District – Engineering WXMOD

Trans Pecos Weather Modification Association


USAF Reserve – Aerial Spray Unit – Youngstown AFB

NASIC/DEKA – US Air Force Wright-Patterson AFB


Aquiess / Drake International – Global Rain Project

Meteo Systems – Weathertec

Austrailian Rain Technologies – ATLANT

Ionogenics – ELAT

Evergreen Aviation: Supertanker

Kansas Water Office

Future of Weather Control

A Plan for the next phase in Weather Modification Science and Technology Developement – Raytheon addressing the Weather Modification Association 2005 | Link

Air Force Aims for Weather Control | Link

The work involves using plasma an ionized gas to reconfigure the ionosphere. MIRAGE would employ a microwave transmitter on the ground and a small rocket that shoots chaff into the air to produce about a liter of plasma at 60–100 km. (36– 60 mi.) in altitude, changing the number of electrons in a select area of the ionosphere to create a virtual barrier. Ionosphere reconfiguration offers two major applications of interest to the military: bouncing radars off the ionosphere, also known as over-the-horizon radar, and the ability to jam signals from the Global Positioning Satellite system, according to John Kline, the lead investigator for MIRAGE (Microwave Ionosphere Reconfiguration Ground based Emitter). | Link

Vision 2020 – US Air Force Space Command | Link

Over the past several decades, space power has primarily supported land, sea, and air operations–strategically and operationally. During the early portion of the 21st century, space power will also evolve into a separate and equal medium of warfare. Likewise, space forces will emerge to protect military and commercial national interests and investment in the space medium due to their increasing importance.

Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025 – US Air Force | Link

An Operational Analysis for Air Force 2025: An Application of Value-Focused Thinking to Future Air and Space Capabilities – US Air Force | Link