In Response To: BREAKING: Shooting rampage allegedly occurs at a shopping mall in Munich with a death toll ranging from 10-15 (NaturalWisdom)
May be just a coincidence. Then, again, could the quake relate to the shooting incident in some way (an explosion, perhaps)?
M 3.0 - AUSTRIA - 2016-07-22 11:58:01 UTC
CSEM / EMSC
Magnitude ML 3.0
Date time 2016-07-22 11:58:01.4 UTC
Location 47.39 N ; 11.24 E
Depth 5 km
Distances 87 km S of München, Germany / pop: 1,260,391 / local time: 13:58:01.4 2016-07-22
18 km NW of Innsbruck, Austria / pop: 112,467 / local time: 13:58:01.4 2016-07-22
6 km S of Mittenwald, Germany / pop: 7,996 / local time: 13:58:01.4 2016-07-22
In Response To: Very curious timing: 3.0 quake strikes 50 miles south of Munich where latest mass shooting 'incident' occurred (NaturalWisdom)
3.0 quake distance: 6 km S of Mittenwald, Germany / pop: 7,996 / local time: 13:58:01.4 2016-07-22
Major General Erich Pfeffer
NATO / OTAN - Afghanistan Resolute Support
Commander, ISAF Regional Command – North
Born in 1958 in Landshut, in the Alpine foothills of Germany’s southern state of Bavaria, Maj. Gen. Erich Pfeffer began his military service in July, 1977 as part of Mountain Infantry Battalion 221 (today known as Mountain Infantry Battalion 233) in Mittenwald.
Between 1978 and 1982, he completed his degree in computer science at Bundeswehr University in Munich, the capital of Bavaria and Germany’s third largest city.
...From 1984 to 1985, he returned to Mittenwald to complete Army mountaineering guide training at the Mountain and Winter Warfare School.
...In 1994, he went to the United States for one year to attend the U.S. Army Command and General Staff Course in Fort Leavenworth, Kan. The American college is a graduate school for the U.S. Army and international officers.
Pfeffer returned to Germany in 1995, serving the next two years as the assistant to the parliamentary state secretary in the Federal Ministry of Defense in the western city of Bonn.
After two years, he returned in 1997 to Mittenwald in the south, the place of his first military assignment, this time as the commander of Mountain Infantry Battalion 233 and commander of Battle Group, SFOR 1999.
...In August 2011, he was promoted to commander, 13th Mechanized Infantry Division, in Leipzig, a city in the federal state of Saxony.
In his current assignment, Maj. Gen. Pfeffer commands Regional Command North, headquartered at Camp Marmal, just southeast of Mazar-e Sharif in Balkh province, northern Afghanistan. RC-N includes all multinational forces deployed in the following nine provinces: Badakshan, Baghlan, Balkh, Faryab, Jawzjan, Kunduz, Sari Pul, Samangan and Takhar.
10th Panzer Division (Bundeswehr)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 10th Armoured Division (German: 10. Panzerdivision) is an armoured division of the German Army, part of the Bundeswehr. Its staff is based at Sigmaringen. The division is a unit of the German Army's stabilization forces and specializes in conflicts of low intensity.
...23rd Mountain Infantry Brigade (Gebirgsjägerbrigade 23) in Bad Reichenhall
...233rd Mountain Infantry Battalion (Gebirgsjägerbataillon 233) in Mittenwald with Bv206S