US military used weather modification in Vietnam in the 1960\'s and 1970\'s

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US military used weather modification in Vietnam in the 1960's and 1970's

A classified rainmaking program was conducted in South East Asia from 1967 to 1972 which employed air dropped silver and lead oxide seeding units to increase normal monsoon rainfall.

The purpose was to make it difficult for North Vietnamese infiltration through the Laotian panhandle and plain Des Jarres.

The program was successful in breaking lines of communication in the primitive roading conditions of the time.

The study said that the nature of the program meant that it was still considered Top Secret well after other documents of the time were declassified.

Link to the PDF on the Cryptome website.

 http://cryptome.org/weather...

I wonder after 30 more years, just where they are now in their ability to conduct weather modification.
By netchicken: posted on 19-2-2008








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