posted on Nov, 19 2017 @ 12:57 PM
a reply to: Shamrock6
So when marines deploy into a combat zone, their enemies can see them coming for miles and have the ability to carefully watch them from any
I am just asking here. I get that this hasnt been verified, I dont get how its been dismissed so quickly. I thought it was PROBABLY BS. Has anyone
actually proven this was bull? How? Honest question so I know too.
Is it because of the noise? Or the commotion people say was lacking?
I have worked next to a helicopter port. A foreign invasion could have landed and I wouldnt have noticed until people in strange uniforms got out of
the helicopters. Its generally background noise we dont even register.
In DC, there might be less activity than in NYC, though if its similar I doubt anyone would notice a few marine helicopters.
I see military helicopters all the time around NYC. I never thought to record them or mention them. I did once here on ATS. Thats less than 1% of my
own sightings and I actually watch the sky.
This could have happened with little mention by less than reliable civilian sky watchers. I dont see how the lack of evidence is evidence of
edit on 11 19 2017 by tadaman because: (no reason given)