US Special Forces are preparing to join local militia and civilian personnel for a full-scale invasion of 24 counties across North Carolina later this month in an attempt to stop the “Pineland Resistance Movement”.
According to a press release from the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, the “Robin Sage Training Exercise” will include a hostile engagement between Special Forces students, volunteer civilians, and soldiers out of Fort Bragg, using gunfire with blanks, flairs, and exploding missiles.
The combat-style training will take place on private land in 21 counties across the state, including the Charlotte-area counties of Cabarrus, Rowan, Stanly, and Union. The training is scheduled to take place from January 22nd through February 4th.
According to the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, there will be “approximately 200 Special Forces students, 500 military/civilian support personnel, and 150 members of the general public serving as auxiliary will be participating in and/or providing support during each of these exercises.”
The Army is increasing their efforts to notify the public after one soldier was killed and another was wounded in 2002 by a Moore County police officer who thought the Robin Sage training exercise was an actual gunfight.
Residents with concerns should contact their local law enforcement officials.