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Thursday, June 15, 2017

RI residents terrified after Army trains in city streets

Residents of Providence were left fearing for their lives on Friday night after the army conducted a special forces training operation in a heavily built-up part of the city.

Simulated explosions were heard nearby and helicopters flew so low that their rotor blades chopped off tree branches as locals took to social media to figure out whether their lives were in danger.

Risa Gilpin, 68, told the Providence Journal she 'heard this unbelievable noise' at around 9:45pm. 'I was sure that a plane had gone down in South Providence,' she said.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

coming soon to a town near you...

Rebel Without a Clue said...

That is AWESOME!!! This not only gives the US Army some real-world urban fighting practice but it also gets citizens use to the sound of daily combat that could be coming to their neck of the woods. Desensitization!

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure our neighborhoods are a lot different then those in Afghanistan and probably korea? So.... Why train on our places? Lot of questions

Anonymous said...

seems the gov was doing training at Sandyhook two weeks before their little incident

Anonymous said...

Take off the tin foil hat you tw@t.

Anonymous said...

just the facts didnt apply anything tw@t