Here we are in 2015 a full year after they announced a temporary “closure” of the HF (high frequency) facility in Gakona, AK — and we come to find out that the only thing that changed up in Alaska is the NAME of the facility.
The US Navy has requested 25 million for a few UNNAMED high frequency (HF) Arrays for the fiscal year of 2015. Specifically to do the same type of experiments that the HAARP program was doing!
Obviously, there are only a few places on US soil where these polar facilities can exist, thus we know the “array” being talked about is the only array we know of… the IRI antenna array in Gakona (slang termed the HAARP antennas).
No doubt about it now that the 2015 budgets are in. As with the prior two years, the research using the “array” carries on.
Here are the FY 2013, FY 2014, FY 2015 requests from the US Navy: (seen on page 92 of the 492 page pdf, don’t confuse the pdf page #’s with the printed pages numbers at the bottom of each page)
No longer to be called H.A.A.R.P. — the program has been disbanded — now replaced with a more general term of High Frequency ‘Array’.
The “program” ends, but the antenna facilities go on to future uses.
I suppose HAARP is now to be called the Alaskan High Frequency Array (HFA?!)
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) was/is part of a network of arrays being used worldwide, and surely not the last to be built.
No doubt about it now, they’ve allocated money for the same experiments, at the same facilities. Just dropped the program name of “HAARP”.