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  1. Transmission #4 Is Up On GKNOVA6!

    but it's not azure... It's X O I was going off of memory and it was early. :)
  2. Transmission #4 Is Up On GKNOVA6!

    My thought on this is the first was a set of coordinates, and the second was gases, and the third states "azure has the task." We have the Where, with what, and by who. Now is the last one going to be how we can trace azure down to stop them? BTW, how many of you would think it be funny to put a cipher together to send back to them on that groups page?
  3. Transmission #4 Is Up On GKNOVA6!

    Also I can't find it now but yesterday I was reading some stuff on the release and there was an article by a gaming website that had the different factions you could be, one of them was the SOG and the other was TSS. That JFK document that was put together earlier had the gases [Tabun, Sarin, Soman] with the markers [] around them. If you take the first letter of the gases you get TSS.
  4. Transmission #4 Is Up On GKNOVA6!

    Which sentence?
  5. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    I searched "usenet dragonsbreath" and found this: http://groups.google.com/group/rec.guns/browse_thread/thread/7e12a7d6040a7cac Could this be a clue, launchable flares and/or gases? it was one of the things I suggested in the thread at codhq.com.
  6. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    So what do we think these list of gases/chemical weapons mean? Those are all classified as G-agents Tabun (GA) was the first and was developed in 1936 Sarin (GB) was the second and was developed in 1939 Soman (GD) was the third and was developed in 1944 I've searched conflicts in the years that those were developed and the only thing that has some relation would be in 1944, which if you use the dragon as a reference, you find operation Dragoon/task force 88. Reading that is says that task force 88 was an ocean based us nuclear test series in the late 1950's. This probably has no significance but is interesting to say the least.
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