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n661ba Janet flight from Groom Lake to Albuquerque

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posted on Sep, 26 2007 @ 08:11 PM
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flightaware.com...
LARGO2 GUP J72 BLD SHOWW
Flight plan indicates the plane went to Groom Lake, not the Tonopah Test Range.

Probably the flight was related to DOE activity, given the destination. Remember, the DOE scope is not limited to nuclear projects, so don't go starting rumors. ;-)




posted on Sep, 26 2007 @ 08:16 PM
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Pure speculation..

Doing run-ups on some new
gen-sets, for the new hangar ?

Maybe ?

Just a thought,
Lex



posted on Sep, 26 2007 @ 08:19 PM
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Highest concentration of PhDs in America: New Mexico. 1 in 350 citizens.

Keep in mind that 12 cities in CA have more people than the whole state. Each.

Sandia labs, Lawrence Livermore, Air Force Weapons Labarotory.

Makes sense.



posted on Sep, 26 2007 @ 11:29 PM
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Originally posted by Researcher
Highest concentration of PhDs in America: New Mexico. 1 in 350 citizens.

Keep in mind that 12 cities in CA have more people than the whole state. Each.

Sandia labs, Lawrence Livermore, Air Force Weapons Labarotory.

Makes sense.


I forgot about Kirtland. Thanks.

The problem with tracking these flights is you really can't connect the dots since you don't know where the Groom players head after landing. The one that really gets to me are the flights to Santa Rosa. There really isn't much happening there with the exception of the fuel hydrant company.

I recall reading somehwere that the highest concentration of PHds of any California town is Orinda. Some would have guessed Berkeley, but the housing is a bit fancier just over the county line.



posted on Oct, 9 2007 @ 12:30 AM
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Can you guys tell me whats the approach procedure for the KEYHOLE TWO ARRIVAL??


Are there any nav sectional charts that can show this?



posted on Oct, 9 2007 @ 01:51 PM
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The flight procedures at Groom are obviously a secret. From freedom of information act filings, I have discovered much of the Groom ATC is "reserved" as far as the FAA is concerned. In fact, if you look up the carrier code WWW, it is often listed as "reserved". What the base does is reserve the names of fixes, etc., so there is no confusion regarding radio traffic. I don't know if the FAA has any of the ATC data regarding Groom, but I suspect the answer is no given the replies I have received from my freedom of information act requests.

One of these audio files has an explanation of Keyhole 2.

www.lazygranch.com/sound/janet/09192007.ogg
www.lazygranch.com/sound/janet/09182007_1.ogg
www.lazygranch.com/sound/janet/09182007_2.ogg
www.lazygranch.com/sound/janet/09182007_3.ogg



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