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https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/07/06/ridgecrest-earthquakes-naval-air-weapons-station-china-lake/

 

 

RIDGECREST (CBSLA) — Multiple earthquakes that struck the Ridgecrest area left Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake “not mission capable until further notice,” the base announced Saturday.

 

In a Facebook post, officials said Rear Admiral Bette Bolivar issued an evacuation order for non-essential active duty, drilling reservists, civilian employees, and dependents to evacuate to a radius of 100 miles from Naval Base Ventura County.

 

NAWS China Lake remained accessible to mission essential personnel only.

 

The alert came hours after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake rattled the Ridgecrest area on Friday.

 

A 6.4-magnitude quake shook the same area the day prior, followed by hundreds of aftershocks.

 

 

They never should have trusted squids to run a Stargate.

 

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Well, they weren't lying, exactly. They are going to build a Stargate, true enough. But more accurate to say they are going to build another Stargate.

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Well, they weren't lying, exactly. They are going to build a Stargate, true enough. But more accurate to say they are going to build another Stargate.

Never operate two at the same time on the same planet, basic stuff here people!

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