***************An unknown Website called Breaking 911 is reporting that electrical power has been restored to Incirlik Air Base in Turkey. This is being copied by WHATREALLYHAPPENED.COM and the press release is as follows:
“The base was without power since July 16 and was operating on backup generator power,” European Command said. “We will retain this capability should the power be interrupted again. Meanwhile, there is a steady flow of hot food, water, and fuel to support our service members and civilians in Turkey.”
The U.S. will continue to work with Turkey to make sure that U.S. troops and the operations carried out there “remain fully prepared to take on a myriad of missions as we work together to defeat terrorism,” European Command added.
The coup attempt against the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was launched late July 15, prompting the United States to elevate security at the bases it uses in Turkey to its Delta level. That is typically designated for when a terrorist attack has occurred nearby, or is considered imminent.
The Incirlik base is home to a few thousand deployed U.S. troops, and also is used to store about 50 s B61 nuclear gravity bombs as part of a sharing agreement with NATO nations.
So, I checked my trusty Turkish government Official Press Release link:
And didn't see any notification that power was restored. Nor have RT or PressTV (Iran) reported as such. So....I don't believe it. Erdogan has announced a three month "state of emergency" and so I don't think the power will be restored for three months. C'mon...guys...the coup was RUN OUT OF INCIRLIK!