It is Friday and Fridays are for fun but Homeland security night time drills are not any fun.
There ought to be a law against terrorizing Twin Cities residents by flying very low over densely populated residential areas at night but there isn’t. If you live in these parts you probably heard it and saw it. Homeland security and “local law enforcement” had night time drills which involved flying helicopters as close to homes and buildings as they could from about 9:00 PM to Midnight Monday night and apparently last night too.
Of course we all know that no matter how close a black hawk comes to a building there isn’t any chance what so ever that it could hit the building or my house and that no one goes to bed before midnight on a Monday night. The copters flew terrifyingly low and the house shook and that dog hid in the shower.
It is hard to faith in military or law enforcement that would use a residential area at night for low flying drills. The whole thing has been loud and frightening and I question the judgement if the people or organization that approved the drills.