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JANET Air crash.......

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posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 10:36 PM
I know it's old news to some here but the JANET airline has had at least 1 fatal crash if not more. Regardless of what people think goes on out in that highly gaurded patch of Nevada desert the people that work there face an aweful lot of danger just to maintain secrecy. Who is JANET Air held accountable to? If this were an American Airlines flight for example than the airline would face all sorts of public scrutiny, but who can sue JANET if there are negligent?

.Las Vegas Sun

All five aboard the Beechcraft KA 1900, assigned to Air Force Materiel Command, were civilians, Nellis Air Force Base officials said. The four passengers were contractors, and the pilot was a civilian employee of the Air Force.

The plane was flying what officials called a routine support mission when it crashed for unknown reasons about 5 a.m. Tuesday. The plane had taken off from a remote location on the 2.9 million-acre Nellis Air Force Range, and was headed for the landing strip outside of Tonopah on the northern edge of the range.

Those killed were not immediately identified by Air Force officials, pending notification of next of kin. The contractors worked for Las Vegas-based JT3 LLC, while the Air Force employee was not assigned to Nellis.

A-51 is full of craters from nuke tests above and below ground, you have to fly to and from work on an airline that's probably little regulated if at all, chemicals of exotic and secret nature are burned in open pits, I can't see much that incentivise me to work there. All this secrecy around that base is probably leading to more probablems than it's worth to the government. Why not just quit wiht the games?

Hell, there are even crashes around groom lake that the military still hasn't even located completely. Check this link out, and this was just 3 days ago..........

Hilltop Times

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. - Nellis experts visited an 18-year-old crash site recently to make sure no human remains, unexploded munitions or environmental hazards remained.

On May 2, national and state environmental specialists were performing wildlife checks when they came across what looked like a military crash site 5,000 feet up in the Delamar Mountains 70 miles north of Nellis AFB. They found ammunition, several large sections of an aircraft and two large cannons scattered over a 500-foot area. They also found several

large bones nearby.

"We're not experts on military hardware and weren't sure about whether the bones were human or animal, so we decided to go ahead and contact Nellis officials," said Jack Spencer, a biologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 10:45 PM
This came up, and led to this thread. There are other things not in the thread that I'm still digging into, but I don't want to talk about them until I can find at least SOME kind of confirmation.

posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 10:48 PM
There's already a substantial thread on this crash, and JANET flights in general, in the Skunk Works forum, started by Zaphod.

Link to thread

posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 10:56 PM
Thanks, I should have done a search first. I'll check out the other thread, and try to search more before starting new threads.

posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 11:14 PM
No probs, this site is so big these days that it is difficult not to step onto the toes of other threads.

This topic has certainly raised some interesting issues, hope you can bring some answers to the party!

posted on Jul, 19 2006 @ 08:13 PM
looking4truth you have a U2U. Please reply ASAP.

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