Remember last year, when a drone swarm reconnoitered America’s largest nuke plant? Les Hostetler | August 7, 2020 | Items Of Note | No Comments Less than a year ago and just days after the stunning drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s most critical energy production infrastructure deep in the heart of that highly defended country, a bizarre and largely undisclosed incident involving a swarm of drones occurred on successive September evenings in 2019. The location? America’s most powerful nuclear plant, the Palo Verde Nuclear Generation Station situated roughly two dozen miles west of Phoenix, near Tonopah, Arizona. Also: Tags:DroneSwarmsInArizona, WhereWasTheMedia Related Posts It’s Buzz Aldrin’s 89th Birthday No Comments | Jul 6, 2020 Nova: ‘Talking’ seals mimic sounds from human speech, and validate a Boston legend No Comments | Jul 27, 2020 Oh look, another crypto guy makes off with a coupla billion bucks No Comments | Apr 26, 2021 Correspondent: Blockchain, the amazing solution for almost nothing No Comments | Aug 24, 2020 About The Author Les Hostetler Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.