Pine Gap (pictured) is Australia’s top secret spy base that you may have heard of, but know nothing about

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine Gap (pictured) is Australia’s top secret spy base that you may have heard of, but know nothing about

Pine Gap (pictured) is the single most important US intelligence facility outside of America, according to the Nautilus Institute and employs 1000 people

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine gap is Australia’s top secret spy base that you may have heard of, but know nothing about . A new report reveals secrets of the most important intelligence gathering facility outside the US.

Green pasture after rains in usually arid land with Pine Gap military installation and West MacDonnell National Park beyond

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine gap is Australia’s top secret spy base that you may have heard of, but know nothing about . A new report reveals secrets of the most important intelligence gathering facility outside the US.

The secrets of Pine Gap in the remote Australian outback | Daily Mail Online

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine Gap, Australia – CIA and the Aliens The facility is an Experimental Aircraft Testing Station. Several times, locals have seen white discs about 30 feet in diameter in the process of being unloaded from large US cargo planes at the airports serving Pi

The facility (pictured) has has been in operation since the 1970's and is run by the US and Australian military.

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

The facility (pictured) has has been in operation since the and is run by the US and Australian military.

Now in a series of reports, a group of determined researchers have studied the workings of the tight lipped Pine Gap, offering a closer look into what takes place at the most important western intelligence gathering unit outside the US (pictured)

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine Gap is the commonly used name for a satellite tracking station approximately 18 kilometres mi) south-west of the town of Alice Springs, Northern Territory in the centre of Australia which is operated by both Australia and the United States.

Considered a prime piece of real estate by the US, the satellites controlled by Pine Gap (pictured) make possible the collection of a wide range of signals across more than half the surface of the planet

The secrets of Pine Gap revealed

Pine Gap is the commonly used name for a satellite ground station approximately 18 kilometres mi) south-west of the town of Alice Springs, Northern Territory in the centre of Australia which is operated by both Australia and the United States.


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