Thank you for identifying the chopper for me! I had a thought that it could be military but i didn't want to go pointing fingers without knowing. You
said they are recon, that would most likely explain all the circling they did today. They appeared to be searching for someone or something, but what
intimidated me was they kept flying slowly over my home. In my last two videos that i recorded they actually flew south from where they were (to the
north of me) and flew in a half circle around my home, then flew directly over it. I don't know what they were interested in but there is nothing but
residential homes in my area..
a reply to: BangoDukeINF
Maybe you could help me figure out why I saw 2 V-22 Osprey flying over Somerset County, N.J. yesterday. I don't think the National Guard has these
yet, but I could be wrong. Photo is blurry, sorry.
Ospreys are currently in service as troop transport. Other than training and or "pivoting" somewhere or other Memorial Day is coming up. On the west
coast in Silicon Valley a WWII four engine bomber and friggin P51 Mustang are buzzing the bay.
Their engine sounds are unmistakable, whenever I hear them coming I run outside to get a glimpse. That Mustang has that throaty vooooommm noise as it
passes close over head on its way into Moffatt Air Field.
The picture looks like the UH 72a Lakota that was flying over my house a while back, but then again I had to make a similar thread to get it ID'd so
take that for what it's worth. www.abovetopsecret.com...
a reply to: Luuke123
My old Dell pc had a major meltdown last December and I lost everything that was on it. I was able to bring it back to life after buying a new pc.
Here's what the chopper looked like.
Not unless you're building bombs. Most people don't normally film or photograph aircraft let alone military aircraft (which is violation of OpSec).
You merely brought interest to yourself with your camera.
a reply to: intrptr
Thanks, it could be Memorial Day. It's also 70 years this June 06 since the D-Day Invasion. I got to sit in a P-51 Mustang at the Kalamazoo Air Show
in Michigan. Somewhere I've got the poloroid photo. They are beautiful planes!
In the NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT H.R. 1960, there are orders for new aircraft airlift requirements for every branch of the military. This
means that every military aviation unit needs to train and outfit to move a lot of stuff they have never moved before. So it is very commonplace to
see transport aircraft in the skies over the US. Though what they are moving is OpSec.
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