posted on Oct, 31 2015 @ 07:02 PM
Now I'm starting to think he did encounter a problem with the ejection seat similar to what they found with the F-35 seat. Witnesses said he ejected
low, but landed well clear of the impact site.
A farmer and his son were working in a shed near the impact site. They said there was an explosion that blew the doors off the shed, but the aircraft
buried itself in the crash and there was little to no fire beyond the explosion.
The reports that there was a problem refueling the aircraft were from prior to departure, while they were on the ground. The aircraft may have
suffered from a fuel starvation issue due to a blockage if that's the case.