Did you know that Pentagon actually has a plan for the Zombie Apocalypse?
It's no joke.
Buried on the military's secret computer network is an unclassified document called "CONOP 8888." It's a zombie survival plan, a how-to guide for military planners trying to isolate the threat from a menu of the undead – from chicken zombies to vegetarian zombies and even "evil magic zombies" – and destroy them.
"This plan fulfills fictional contingency planning guidance tasking for U.S. Strategic Command to develop a comprehensive [plan] to undertake military operations to preserve 'non-zombie' humans from the threats posed by a zombie horde," CONOP 8888's plan summary reads. "Because zombies pose a threat to all non-zombie human life, [Strategic Command] will be prepared to preserve the sanctity of human life and conduct operations in support of any human population -- including traditional adversaries."
CONOP 8888, otherwise known as "Counter-Zombie Dominance" and dated April 30, 2011, is no laughing matter. As its authors note in the document's "disclaimer section," "this plan was not actually designed as a joke."
The preparation and thoroughness exhibited by the Pentagon for how to prepare for a scenario in which Americans are about to be overrun by flesh-eating invaders is quite impressive.
Read the Pentagon's Zombie apocalypse plan
A wide variety of different zombies, each brandishing their own lethal threats, are possible to confront and should be planned for, according to the document.
A series of strange reports of Zombi-like behavior has occurred across America, with naked men and women attacking both police and civilians.
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