reply to post by auswally
What that guy is saying is complete crap. Nice find though.
I have lot's of family who live up that way, and trust me, if there was a super base with American bombers flying around, they would know. And
considering we have talked about certain topics, they would have told me.
Sounds like some random person pulling peoples legs for a few laughs.
Think of it this way. There are thousands of flights each year to the outback, not just commercial flights but private chartered flights and
especially a hell of a lot of small aircraft flying workers to and from mining camps/towns.
Why is this guy and his mates the first ones to have spotted this super base? They aren't the first ones to have flown out that way.
Secdonly, Coober Pedy
, is not industrialised.
Thirdly, what's the purpose of putting two B1 bombers in the middle of the Australian desert? Only two? The middle of nowhere?
Guam is around the corner practically.
US carrier groups are always in the vicinity.
Makes no sense.
Especially when you consider that someone will notice two B1's missing..
There are literally THOUSANDS of aircraft, and military aircraft enthusiasts, who keep track of aircraft, what bases they are located at, where they
have flown out to, etc.
And finally, where's this photo? If he is not scared to share the story, after he was supposedly warned off it by an ex airforce friend, why not
upload the photo too? What's he got to lose?
There's nothing like trying to add a bit of credibility to a story by claiming you know people in ASIO and what not. If he actually knew anyone in
ASIO, he would know to keep his mouth closed about it, because the identities of all ASIO personell except the director are kept secret. Some moron on
the Internet blabbing that he knows people in ASIO.....yeah right.
Anyhow, once again, nice find. Interesting little story that guy spun, if only half the stuff we read online was true, this world would be crazy.
[edit on 4-4-2010 by BLV12]