Shock Report: Feds Seek Role Players For Simulating Forced Detention & Relocation of Americans


Relocation camps have already been set up across the country…


This summer the U.S. government will begin an unprecedented joint military exercise involving several states and tens of thousands of participants ranging from special operations groups to volunteer citizens.

The official purpose of the exercise, dubbed Operation Jade Helm 15, according to the military is to prepare American soldiers and special operations teams for emerging foreign threats. But investigations by independent media outlets suggest it is much more than a standard “training exercise.”

Involving as many as 10 states, the operation reportedly identifies several hostile areas around the United States, including Texas and Utah and aims to have the military prepared to “master the human domain” by utilizing citizen reports and surveillance to accomplish their mission. In other words, as Dave Hodges recently noted, they want to engender trust in order to control “the totality of the physical, cultural, and social environments that influence human behavior.”

And though spokespeople for the U.S. government insist the exercise is strictly for training our military to protect our national interests in foreign theaters and has nothing to do with domestic deployment of military personnel, some details suggest that the Jade Helm 15 operation will include strategies for identifying and rounding up dissidents and subversives.

To add further fuel to the fire EKS Group LLC., a Federal contractor, is now seeking Department of Defense role players who will be tasked with what appears to be exercises that simulate the forced detention and relocation of American citizens.

According to the job posting, the Department of Defense is seeking individuals “to play a vital role in assisting with this security related training.”

The job description itself, says Dave Hodges, is a clear indicator that the Jade Helm 15 operation has been designed as an exercise for a future implementation of martial law, wherein the government will declare a national emergency and lock-down the entire country, complete with the round up and relocation of those deemed to be hostile threats to our national security.

Why else would the job qualifications require applicants to have the ability to walk up to 18 miles per day in blistering heat and be transported in a car for up to 12 hours at a time?

The full job description is posted below:

Surveillance Role Players
Location:  Phoenix, AZ
Travel:  CONUS/Approximately 50%

EKS Group, LLC is an equal Opportunity Employer (EEO) as well as a Section 503 and VEVRAA compliant company.  All positions require successful completion of a five-panel drug screening.

Job Description:

We have an exciting opportunity for Surveillance Role Players (SRP) in the Phoenix, AZ area. SRPs will provide surveillance role player services to the Department of Defense. For this position, EKS is looking for part-time personnel to play a vital role in assisting with this security related training. All candidates irrespective of qualification level or prior background will be evaluated for their ability/suitability to provide surveillance role playing that results in fully trained DOD professionals.  Candidate will operate as a member of a surveillance team conducting static, foot, vehicle and/or multi-mode surveillance of personnel in urban and rural environments and under all weather conditions.  Candidate will record and maintain appropriate vehicle and surveillance logs in accordance with EKS techniques and procedures.  This position is part time as needed.


  • Minimum of 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Maintain a Secret DoD clearance
  • High school diploma, or GED
  • Generally physically fit; with the ability to walk up to 18 miles per day for up to twelve consecutive days; with the ability to drive or ride in a vehicle for up to twelve hours per day
  • Successful completion of a 40-hour Surveillance Operations Course
  • Maintain an valid state driver’s license and a 36-month clean driving record
  • Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
  • Ability to operate communication devices such as cell phones and walkie-talkie type radios GPS devices, and surveillance photo/video equipment ethically and in accordance with established EKS policies and procedures
  • Local knowledge of the Phoenix area is highly desired
  • Basic computer skills

Physical Demands:

  • Frequently required to sit
  • Frequently required to walk
  • Occasionally required to stand
  • Occasionally required to reach with hands and arms
  • Continually required to talk or hear
  • Occasionally required to lift light weights (less than 25 pounds)
  •  Specific vision abilities required for this job include: close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust or focus

Work Environment:

  • Exposure to extremely hot conditions (over 100 degrees)
  • Exposure to cold conditions (below 32 degrees)
  • Exposure to wet and/or humid conditions
  • Required to perform in both rural and urban environments
  • The noise level in the work environment usually is moderate

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact 813-626-3303 or for assistance.

Pay Range:  $14.00/hour
Status:  Part-Time as Needed
Benefits:  Not eligible


As The Common Sense Show notes, one can’t help but think that these surveillance role players have been tasked with simulating what appears to be mass relocations that involve long car drives or 18 hour walks that bring to mind images of prisoner death marches from the 20th century.

Did anyone else question why an applicant would have to walk up to 18 miles in a day, or be able to ride in a vehicle for up to 12 hours in a 24 hour period?  What could one be possibly walking up to 18 miles towards?

Why would an applicant have to be eligible for a top secret security clearance for a part-time job that only pays $14.00 per hour? It is obvious that the DoD does not want anyone leaking what Jade Helm 15 is really all about.

This put me in the mind of the Bataan Death March of WW II in which the Japanese soldiers conducted a brutal forced march of nearly 70 miles for American POW’s captured after the fall of the Philippines. During the march, the Japanese murdered thousands of American soldiers.

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