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Dream to reality.
She knows.
WILLFULLY BLIND?
Ask yourself a simple question – WHY????
The ‘Start’.
]Waterfall[
Think Double.

[TideH2O]
W&M_ODU_…
Proximity?
[(NMCP)]
Farm Raised?
HOW IS THE GAME PLAYED?
Dark secrets.
Why is this relevant?
“Let’s see what happens.”

{36.84543, -75.97385}
?[ODU]?
Tracking events?
Relocate?
NEW PLAYBOOK NEEDED?
[CLAS-239B_TC]
OPTICS ARE VERY IMPORTANT.
Predictable.
DOWN SHE GOES.
What comes next?

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>CNU>ECSU>USCN>
>WILLFULLY BLIND? WHY????
Because Wuhan

Elizabeth City shooting and Harvey Point CIA DoD. gotta be.

Dr. Abbot Granoff, MD | Virginia Beach, VA
https://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-abbot-granoff-gfq2w

Dr. Granoff is an exceptional psychiatrist. In today’s fragmented healthcare system, it was refreshing to see that “full service” psychiatry is still being practiced.

decode

Tidewater_Camp Peary_Harvey Pt.
No Truth in the News, No News in the Truth!
Grain of Salt.

decode

Albright Studio
Stage is being set

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Anonymous 04/21/21 (Wed) 15:59:01 36fbc5 (5) No.13480741

Program-Specialists?
Attacks increasing?
[Abbot Granoff]_The hole is deep.
[Sample Past 7-Days]
Emotional pull.
Distraction event.
Notice a pattern?
Ready David?
End (for now).

decode
Abbot Granoff

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Attention On Deck!
Everything has meaning.Attention On Deck!

More followup on this q like post:

[TideH2O]
W&M_ODU_…
Proximity?
[(NMCP)]
Farm Raised?
HOW IS THE GAME PLAYED?
Dark secrets.
Why is this relevant?
“Let’s see what happens.”

pb
OCU joint project with NMCP: suicide prevention:
https://www.odu.edu/sceh/community-engagement
School of Community & Environmental Health Community Engagement
Have a joint project with NMCP:
A suicide prevention project that focuses on improving suicide risk assessment and prevention practices (this project is part of an ongoing grant with the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth).

Guess what ECSU is into?
suicide prevention

ECSU Hosts State Launch of Suicide Prevention Red Flag Project
When you drive through the main entrance of Elizabeth City State University and see a field of red flags on the grounds adjacent to the arch, know that you are entering the location of the state launch of the American Foundation for the Prevention of Suicide’s Red Flag Project . The Red Flag Project is a campaign to raise awareness about suicide in North Carolina and raise funds to support ongoing prevention measures.

The location of the state launch was revealed on Sept. 10, World Suicide Prevention Awareness Day, during a Facebook live event, with presentations and brief comments from ECSU officials.

https://newsroom.ecsu.edu/ecsu-hosts-state-launch-of-suicide-prevention-red-flag-project/

BUT: no visible link to NMCP so far

But NMCP is definitely involved in suicide prevention research:
May 2020
“Preferences in Information Processing: Understanding Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors among Active Duty Military Service Members”
The present study examined Preferences in Information Processing (PIP), an emerging model of understanding suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs), in a clinical military sample for the first time. …
Robert J. CramerORCID Icon, Michael Franks, Craig A. Cunningham & Craig J. Bryan
Published online: 05 May 2020
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13811118.2020.1760156

NMCP is also involved in MILITARY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY:
One of the authors of that book Military Neuropsychology , Jeffrey L. Moore , established the neuropsychological laboratories at NMCP .
SEE CAP.
Now practicing in PENSACOLA, FL.
Chapter headings for this book:

Contents
Chapter 1. A History of Military Psychology
Carrie H. Kennedy and Jeffrey A. McNeil
Part I. Clinical Practice in the Military
Chapter 2. Introduction to Clinical Military Psychology
Frank Budd and Carrie H. Kennedy
Chapter 3. Military Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations
Frank Budd and Sally Harvey
Chapter 4. Brief Psychotherapy in the U.S. Military: Principles and Applications
J.D. Ball and Thomas H. Peake
Chapter 5. Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine in Military Healthcare Settings
Alan L. Peterson
Chapter 6. Neuropsychological Practice in the Military
Laurie M. Ryan, Thomas M. Zazeckis, Louis M. French, and Sally Harvey
Chapter 7. Suicide Prevention in the Military
David E. Jones, Kevin R. Kennedy, and Laurel L. Hourani
Chapter 8. Substance Abuse Services and Gambling Treatment in the Military
Carrie H. Kennedy, David E. Jones, and Revonda Grayson
Part II. Operational Psychology
Chapter 9. Introduction to Operational Psychology
Thomas J. Williams, James J. Picano, Robert R. Roland, and L. Morgan Banks
Chapter 10. Combat Stress
Rick L. Campise, Schuyler K. Geller, and Mary E. Campise
Chapter 11. Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Training:
Preparing Military Members for the Demands of Captivity
Anthony Doran, Gary Hoyt, and Charles A. Morgan III
Chapter 12. The Psychology of Terrorists: Nazi Perpetrators, the Baader-Meinhof Gang, War Criminals in Bosnia, and Suicide Bombers
Eric A. Zillmer
Chapter 13. The Psychology of Al Qaeda Terrorists: The Evolution of the Global Salafi Jihad
Marc Sageman
Chapter 14. The Psychological Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Mark S. Oordt
Chapter 15. Crisis and Hostage Negotiation
Kirk L. Rowe, Michael G. Gelles, and Russell E. Palarea
Chapter 16. Psychological Interventions after Disaster or Trauma
Michael A. Borders and Carrie H. Kennedy
Chapter 17. Assessment and Selection of High-Risk Operational Personnel
James J. Picano, Thomas J. Williams, and Robert R. Roland
Chapter 18. Future Directions of Military Psychology
John A. Ralph and Morgan T. Sammons
Index
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0612/2006013550.html

Stephen Smith is currently a Neuropsychologist at NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH
Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-smith-b00029103

When searching on this, found that Old Dominion has a big program on GLOBAL HEALTH .
Director: Muge Akpinar-Elci, MD, MPH
Community partner: Dr. Nancy Welch
SEE NEXT POST FOR MORE ON Muge Akpinar-Elci

All these places mentioned in q like post are located in the Tidewater District of Virginia:
[TideH2O]
TIDEWATER

‘Muge Akpinar-Elci
Director of Old Dominion Global Health Program

Also wrote this mostly bland article of prepping for emergencies like hurricanes but does mention that it’s good to create a “culture of solidarity.”
https://www.pilotonline.com/opinion/columns/article_cbf0da96-0fbd-58ed-9043-7a71d4a9a9b6.html

Another pub:
Development of Occupational Health Measures for The National Health Security Preparedness Index
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4842759/

Faculty advisor for
Institute for Coastal Adaptation and Resilience
https://oduadaptationandresilience.org/about-us/faculty-advisory-board/

Nothing jumped out at me here, although the very idea of a center for global health sounds suspicious.

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william & mary college (VA)
old dominion university (VA)
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