All Traffic Cams in Washington DC Just Went OFFLINE

All traffic cameras in Washington, DC just suddenly went offline.  No way for the general public to look at what's taking place on the streets or main intersections. . . .

It appears that someone doesn't want us to be able to see what's about to take place.

Camera Link

Developing . . .


Boeing E-6B TACAMO aircraft flying interesting pattern this evening:


The Boeing E-6 Mercury (formerly E-6 Hermes) is an airborne command post and communications relay based on the Boeing 707-320. The original E-6A manufactured by Boeing's defense division entered service with the United States Navy in July 1989, replacing the EC-130Q. This platform, now modified to the E-6B standard, conveys instructions from the National Command Authority to fleet ballistic missile submarines (see communication with submarines), a mission known as TACAMO (TAke Charge And Move Out). The E-6B model deployed in October 1998 also has the ability to remotely control Minuteman ICBMs using the Airborne Launch Control System. The E-6B replaced Air Force EC-135Cs in the "Looking Glass" role, providing command and control of U.S. nuclear forces should ground-based control become inoperable. With production lasting until 1991, the E-6 was the final new derivative of the Boeing 707 to be built.


UPDATE 10:55 PM EDT --

On the map below, all the red colored circles with a MINUS symbol in them, indicate a Traffic Camera which is NOT FUNCTIONING.  Take a look: