FAA Warns Pilots: No Flying Parts of Montana on Saturday - "ROCKET LAUNCHES!" The only rockets in Montana are NUCLEAR Missiles!



The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) restricting aircraft from certain areas of Montana on Saturday due to "ROCKET LAUNCH ACTIVITY."

 The only rockets in Montana are NUCLEAR MISSILES!


There are no missile test areas in Montana.  There are no space launch facilities for NASA or any private space company.  The ONLY "rockets" in Montana are United States Nuclear Missiles.  The real ones.  In silos.

MORE-Air-Raid Sirens in San Diego and Tacoma; Fighter Jets Seen Scrambling, Reports of “Explosion Sounds”

 Armed with Multiple Independant Re-Entry Vehicles (MIRV).  Each missile is armed with at least eight of these MIRV's.  Each MIRV is at least a 100 kiloton nuclear warhead.  Each warhead can be targeted to a separate target.  So each single rocket can wipe out eight cities anywhere on this planet, within 30 minutes of launch.

In the event that we actually ARE attacked , the video below may save your life. 



Direct link to FAA Web Site Notice HERE


  1. Nooneinparticular 15 October, 2016 at 14:04 Reply

    This small 5 mi radius no fly zone is many miles from the only publicly know missile silos in Montana. Small rocket enthusiasts are required by the government to receive permission from the FAA for launches that go above a certain altitude and then they will notify aircraft. It’s been a while since I launched any rockets myself but last I checked if it was over a G size rocket the FAA needed to first be contacted.

  2. JC 15 October, 2016 at 19:18 Reply

    It’s Big Sky Rocketry Association’s Weekend rocket festival.

    it would only take you 60 seconds to google ‘Montana rocket launch’ to verify and see that they’e right in that restricted airspace North of Dillon, MT. If you look at the map to their hobby rocket range, it’s the EXACT same area!

    Instead you guys are pushing a story that might make the Russians bump their def-con and contemplate a first strike due to lazy reporting.

  3. Jen S 16 October, 2016 at 01:09 Reply

    I live near Dillon, Montana. I looked up the local rocket club and, sure enough, Big Sky Rocketry is having a launch today. They do it once a month. Just to be sure, I called the guy listed on the website and he confirmed that the FAA does issue a Notice to Airmen when they do their launches. Sounds like they conducted launches from about 9:00 am this morning until about 3:00 pm this afternoon. Remember, the times listed were for COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME. Not from 3:00 pm to midnight.

Leave a reply