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3 Bigrigs with 3 big boxes

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posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 08:22 PM
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Ok so today here in my small town my mom saw these 3 bigrigs that had 3 big boxes on them, now this in it self is not to wared but they are coming form San Diego supposed to go to the gulf of Mexico, aka going in the wrong way. So long story short they ended up taking pics of it and giving them to me to try to figure out what they are.


Here are the pics:

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and after I searched Cascade and Chinook project I found this site
www.offshore-technology.com...

but I got nothing, what do you guys think this is, does anyone know what this?


Thank ya,
DK




posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 08:28 PM
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Looks like they may be using solar turbines to generate power on some new oil platforms.They have to ship diesel fuel out to the platforms to run the generators otherwise.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 08:30 PM
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Search shows gulf exploration:

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Remember, though, much is obfuscated.....but, the USG would do much more than this (such as Piggly Wiggly trucks with bulletproof windshields and escorts)



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 08:37 PM
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Cool pictures! I love mysteries. Anyway in one of the pictures, it said project bwo-pai. I searched that, and found a projectai mentioned on this website.

www.projectai.com...

"ProjectAI is community project that was founded to provide the flight simulation enthusiast with realistic airline traffic within the Microsoft versions of Flight Simulator. ProjectAI primarily develops packages based on real world airline schedules and fleet information. Our team works closely together to bring you a full compliment of aircraft traffic for your flight simulation experience." (from the website I posted).



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 09:47 PM
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as a graffiti expert, that paint sprayed on the box looks like a cheap attempt to hide something in ''plain sight''.

Even crappy artists, which are abundant all over the place have a better style than this.

it looks totally fake to me...perhaps it is something of importance.



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 09:53 PM
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I thought the U.S. didn't condone crude oil drilling in the Gulf.

Is this another Underwater Base Coverup?



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 10:00 PM
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so i looked thru the pictures and found something to search. PD#3c071

so i googled this and first hit was a link to www.airforcetimes.com...



AFC GRADE LOCATION BASE
3C071 TSGT CANNON MT
3C071 MSGT ELLSWORTH SB
3C071 TSGT GRAND FORKS PQ
3C071 TSGT GUNTER
3C071 MSGT GUNTER
3C071 TSGT HILL UA
3C071 MSGT HURLBURT FIELD EG
3C071 TSGT LANGLEY UN
3C071 MSGT LANGLEY UN
3C071 MSGT MCCHORD UZ
3C071 TSGT SHAW RV
3C071 MSGT SHAW RV
3C071 MSGT WHITEMAN KS


i have no idea what any of this means but maybe it will lead somewhere and someone can figure it out



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 10:36 PM
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E4036-013-00-xx-1856 appears to be a National Stock Number "NSN" Its the system the gov uses to order replacements and parts. At one time you could order an entire F-4 fighter using it. One of the guys messed up and really did it. The OSI paid him a visit.



Fictionalized NSNs It is not unheard of for fictionalized numbers to be referred to in works of fiction as if they were NSNs -- especially in military science fiction. This can be seen as a variation on the false document technique, something used creatively in order to lend a strong air of authenticity. For example, the M41A Pulse Rifle, from the movie Aliens, has been referred to as having NSN 3055-00-721-4790, as if it were real (though its FSG is incorrect: 30 is mechanical power transmission equipment, while 10, weapons, is probably the right FSC). The hull patch kit that the player must use in the sci-fi computer game Mission Critical, to stop the decompression emergency, has an NSN stenciled on the side of its plastic box.

en.wikipedia.org...

[edit on 23-10-2008 by All Seeing Eye]



posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 11:15 PM
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Why does the OP say these trucks were going the wrong way? Where were the pictures taken?

Solar Turbines is a company based in San Diego and makes equipment for the oil and gas industry among other things.

Solar Turbines San Diego

Located 180 mi off the coast of Louisiana, Cascade and Chinook are oil fields owned and being developed by the Brazilian oil company Petrobras, in partnership with two other companies. The link provided by the OP says exactly this. That is why the boxes have "MADE IN U.S.A. FOR EXPORT" stenciled on them.




E4036-013-00-xx-1856 appears to be a National Stock Number "NSN"

An NSN is always in the form nnnn-nn-nnn-nnnn. The above number is not an NSN. "PO#" on a box or order form, in my experience, usually stands for purchase order number and was probably assigned by Solar Turbines.



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