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Aerial recon is tomorrow, Saturday, 6 October. Wish my team leader and his crew well, por favor. (I'll update the Toasted Coast audience, tonight
The weather may not cooperate. The area is currently experiencing the phenomenon associated with your handle. (he's talking with another RV'er called Snow.
Snow: Indeed, we think that it was those erratic mountain winds (downdraft) that brought him down -- we'll be careful...
Flying conditions are excellent, and the snow is melting fast. Search team will be airborne in less than an hour.
A few more drinks, and I will be sans pulse
or six, or seven
Steve was not packing a parachute (what are parachute 'remnants?'). And your lack of life/field experience (i.e., age) is showing (e.g., 'picked apart') -- this is not the movies.
At around 6:50 into video this well respected Top Secret Clearance
(Top Secret, Q, SI, security clearance)
speaker says Navy involved in desert.
Mentions Greenland (in Nevada) personnel receive checks from the Navy.
He is not talking about "Greenland" he is talking about "Dreamland" which was an old designation for the Groom Lake area.
Read the eyewitness testimony of engineer Cecil Baumgartner (p. 31) in my interview with him this year. He was representing the top management of the TRW aerospace corporation that day. The previous month (on October 27, 1968) Baumgartner and others had observed one of the detonation cylinders of the engine test fired in the California desert. In full public view, just a few cubic centimeters of noble gas had been admitted with a hypodermic needle to the sparking chamber, and this made the thick steel-walled chamber peel back like a banana when the device was electrically triggered. The collaborating observers from the Naval Underseas Warfare Laboratory (as the Pasadena, California lab was then called), who attended the desert test, had earlier sealed the chamber so that Papp or others could not insert illicit explosives as part of a hoax. Their names, according to Baumgartner, were: William White, Edmund Karig, and James Green.
Text# A Cessna-210 piloted by Charles Ogle that took off from Oakland en route to Reno in August of 1964 and was never seen again.
William Ogle, 47, of of Gainesville, Fla., whose father, Charles "Chazzie" Ogle, disappeared en route to Reno in 1964, said officials haven't returned his calls about the unidentified crash site.
"If they don't want to send someone to investigate, I'm perfectly willing to take a look at the site," he said. "Give me the GPS coordinates and I'll mount an expedition."
National Transportation Safety Board officials in Washington, D.C. said they investigate recent crashes, but must be sure a site is within their jurisdiction and not debris from a military or government crash.
"It could be anything out there," said Ted Lopatkiewitz, NTSB spokesman. "If the Civil Air Patrol says it's a civilian aircraft, I have no reason to doubt them. But we're not going to send someone out there on spec. We need to be sure it's under our jurisdiction."
If the guy wasn't working with the innards of nukes, and most likely in nuke design, he didn't have a Q, that simple.
You see a lot of posers claim a Q the same way that others say NSA agents interrogated them - a lack of knowledge on the subject beyond TV levels.