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Nah, I enjoy pointing out absurdities...
originally posted by: Salander
a reply to: gortex
You do not believe Fravor, but you probably believe every single word your mainstream media utters.
Problem: This a major point that needs to be clarified. Following Mr. Elizondo’s version of the timeline, he had worked on AATIP for 10 years at this point (as stated to Chase Kloetzke interview with the MUFON Journal – see above timeline point). In the course of 10 years, while working on a program looking at UAPs/UFOs, I would imagine that the Nimitz encounter would undoubtedly be a major case for study in such a program. Why would Cmdr. Fravor (the actual pilot who engaged the “tic-tac”) not be contacted once, by anyone in the AATIP, until September of 2017? In addition, why would Mr. Elizondo care more about getting him into a NY Times piece (which also publicized the TTSA efforts), rather than inserting the actual pilot’s engagement into any AATIP related report, ever, in the entire history of AATIP? Mr. Elizondo specifically told Cmdr. Fravor his input would do nothing but help credibility in the NY Times article. If that is true – why would he not want Cmdr. Fravor’s testimony somewhere in AATIP? If you omit evidence like that from AATIP, it may shed light on why the upper echelon of the DOD, along with the DIA, found no value to keep the program running, if you believe the official line.
Why would Cmdr. Fravor (the actual pilot who engaged the “tic-tac”) not be contacted once, by anyone in the AATIP, until September of 2017?
Last month when I called Dave to refresh my memory before sitting down to write this bizarre encounter, he informed me that the video had been removed from YouTube. He told me that a government agency with a three letter identifier had recently conducted an investigation into the AAVs and had exhaustively interviewed all parties involved.
originally posted by: gortex
"Nah, I enjoy pointing out absurdities..."
So no one is allowed to have an opinion that doesn't agree with yours , if they do then it's an absurdity ?
I wasn't aware I was in the prescience of such greatness , please forgive me.
originally posted by: dfnj2015
Which immediately piques my interest and raises the question: Mexico has an Air Force! And further, the Mexican Air Force has fighter jets!
originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: schuyler
My ex-brother in law related a story to me a few years back--OK, almost 30 years ago--about an encounter his submarine had while transiting back to Pearl Harbor after a patrol.
The sub was ordered to break off to investigate, and follow, a mysterious something that had been spotted west of Saipan. The sub made contact apparently, and followed the object for two days (if I remember correctly), before it accelerated away and left them in the dust.
He said that the reported speed of the object was over 100 knots when it disappeared off the scopes.