U.S. And Israel Plan To Build $100 Million Command Center In Tel Aviv

U.S. And Israel Plan To Build $100 Million Command Center In Tel Aviv
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Walter Pincus from the Washington Post has found a Request for Proposal for a construction project planned for Tel Aviv- a plan called Site 911.

This $100 million project would take more than 2 years to complete and can only be built by workers from certain countries with certain levels of U.S. or Israeli Security Clearance.

The site will be a well-guarded complex of six buildings above ground and 5 levels underground totaling about 127,000 square feet. The complex will include classrooms, a laboratory, and an auditorium- all under massive security.

While it is unclear what the exact purpose of this site will be, or whether or not it will ever coming into being, according to Pincus, it seems to be some sort of Command Center.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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