Ein zufälliger Blick auf´s virtuelle Radar entlarvt sofort mehrere Militärlärmquellen im Himmel zwischen Berlin und Hiddensee. Die Jagdszenen der X. Lärmwelle des Tages sehen so aus:
A random check with virtual flight radar unveals the expected fighter and target jets above the Mecklenburg Lakes region and the Baltic islands of Hiddensee and Rügen – all formerly and internationally renown for their superb quality of nature experience by western european standards. The entire had been secretly dubbed a military noise sink, over night and withouth any sign of democratic citizen participation, in autumn 2013. Ever since, the level of military noise raids are constantly increasing, turning the entire area in between Berlin and the eastern Baltic coastline into a daily military air battlefield. Todays military air noise waves look like this:
Target plane GFD 3 escaping the ruined area towards its home base out deep west.
UNESCO Nature World Heritage Area Natinalpark Müritz, seriously affected by daily military air noise patterns, routinely carried out below the official threshold of 3000m valid for the secretly activated military air training zone ED-R 401 MVPA NE.
Aerial noise and exhaust spread by military fighter jets above Mecklenburg Vorpommern.
Fighter jet noise pattern right above the old town of Stralsund.
Remainders of military noise patterns above western parts of Rügen island, affecting the island of Hiddensee.
GFD 2, 3 and RAVEN, seen polluting precious areas of natural beauty.
Military air noise patterns above the Mecklenburg Lakes region, as they occur multiple times a day, every since the secretive activation of routine militarisation of airspace in between Berlin and the Baltic Sea, by way of military air training zone ED-R 401 MVPA NE.
A civil airliner by Air Berlin is flying in close proximity to a raging Typhoon Eurofighter in training mode. Supposedly other fighter jets must be assumed nearby, as they usually train as a swarm.
Flight patterns of „target plane“ GFD 3
Typhoon Eurofighter polluting a huge area in between Berlin Hiddensee island, with a hotspot above Rügen and all western sectors of secretly established military extreme-zone ED-R 401 MVPA NE.
GFD 2 and GFD 3, target planes, run by a privately owned company, are heading east, for daily military noise pollution of north east Germany, every day. Depicted here, doing noise and pollution flight patterns above the holiday hotspot of the Baltic coast line, specifically the island of Rügen and Hiddensee.