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Shown a photograph of a Fairchild A-10 Thunderbolt II, a low-flying combat aircraft commonly referred to as a “Warthog,” Saylor identified it as the military plane she had seen. She said she recognized the two engines on the rear and
Shown a photo of an A-10 Warthog, the groundskeeper identified it as the kind of plane that circled the crash site at a very low altitude three times before flying away. He recognized the two vertical fins on the rear of the plane. “Nobody was interested in what we saw,” he said. “They didn’t even ask us.”
Originally posted by racerzeke
I dont know how reliable these people are as a fast plane goes by and if you are not familiar with planes you can be confused.
“very quiet” and low-flying white “military” plane coming from the area of the crash site, flying toward the northwest.