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CAB201 / United States / POTUS CANNIBAL ACTIVATION TO SCAN FOR MICROTAGGANT SMART DUST

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E.O. 15307: DECL: 05/09/2042
TAGS: PGOV PTER ASEC NSEC
SUBJECT: POTUS CANNIBAL ACTIVATION TO SCAN FOR MICROTAGGANT SMART DUST

Classified By: Analyst Aaron Clark for reason 4.3 (a) and (b)

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1. (TS) SUMMARY: JSOC confirms that a special forces team successfully tagged stolen nuclear warheads with a microtaggant “smart dust” that can be detected by wireless receivers within 2-4 miles. The President has authorized the activation of the CANNIBAL system to access global networks and scan for these microtaggants. UPDATE TO FOLLOW.
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2. (TS) During an attempted recovery operation on 9 May 2012, a special forces team from the Distributed Warfare and Reconnaissance Group managed to get close enough to the stolen warheads to try and “paint” them with microtaggant “smart dust”. Though the team was forced to abort the operation, JSOC is now certain that the dust was deployed successfully and tagged all six weapons.

3. (TS) This “smart dust” is a breakthrough form of nanotechnology that is all but invisible to the naked eye, and radiates an ultra low frequency (ULF) signal that can be detected by existing wireless networks up to a range of 2-4 miles.

4. (TS) Due to this development, POTUS has authorized the use of the CANNIBAL system’s active network mode. In this mode, CANNIBAL substations will access wireless networks globally to scan for ULF signals and try to locate these stolen warheads. When a location is determined, special operations teams will move in and secure each device.

5. (TS) All foreign desks are ordered to provide any and all support necessary to CANNIBAL operations in their area of responsibility.

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