Originally posted by tauristercus
"Non-terrestrial officers" ... really ?
Thanks, Ron. I got a kick out of reading your note! YES..MIB's do exist. Did you get a chance to read my story about the 'visitor' I met at MacDill? He had 2 sets of eyelids...honestly...reptilian! I about # my pants when I saw his eyes...never forget them!
Have a great week...good things just around the cornerQ!
Well....You probably have a pretty good idea about me by now, and I said: "C'mon Captain, we all saw that thing last night, and it wasn't any kind of aircraft we've ever seen. What was it...and who's"? We all were looking directly at him, then curiously, like something’s not right with this guy, like he didn't seem to be alive. Kind of a waxy face, almost plastic or mannequin like and strange light green color eyes and wearing black gloves in 95 degree heat in a full dress uniform with no name tag. And not sweating!
He said: "I don't know what you're talking about, now get back to your units"! After what we saw the night before and the crap from the AP's, I was getting pissed. And when I saw he wasn't armed, when everybody we saw was, I wanted answers. I still had my M-16 in my hands. I made a kind of threatening move by wrapping my hand around the grip and trigger and said point blank: "Why are you wearing black leather gloves in this heat and not sweating"?
He didn't answer. I clicked off the safety. It seemed like if you were a mile away, you would have heard that click. He twitched at this and looked at the weapon then me. He knew I wasn't impressed with his rank. Nobody moved. Like time stopped. It was uncannily quiet. He was about five feet in front of me. And I thought: "If he makes a move towards me, I'm going to cut him in half".
He took two slow steps backwards and turned to head back to his jeep. First, he would have jumped down my throat for not saying "Sir" if he was a Captain. Then I would have been standing before a court martial for handling a weapon in a threatening manner. Third, he started back to his jeep (with no driver) and no response.
I was going to stop him but the MS was really freaked out by this time and ran up to me and said: "Are you crazy? What are you doing"?
I protested and said: "Sarge, this guy's an impostor, can't you see that? Everybody else might be dead"!
He said: "You may be right but I'll find out what's going on when we get back. Don't take the chance of a court martial for threatening an officer"!
I remember say something like: "I already did that and if he's an officer, then I'm an alien"! The "Captain" heard that and turned back and looked at me with black eyes! It sent a shivering chill up my spine upon seeing this and said: "Did you see that? Look at him! His eyes are black now"!
I started to raise my weapon at him and tell him to stop and the MS got in front of me and said: "Stand down soldier, that's an order"!
Originally posted by tauristercus
I just don't know Zorgon ...
I would like to believe that we have bases on the moon and actively mining material there ...
I would like to believe that aliens actually exist to the extent that they've been integrated into a human organization ...
I would like to believe that we've had interplanetary capable hardware for decades ...
I would like to believe that we have human outposts/bases/mining operations on a Jupiter moon ...
Now ... MAKE ME A BELIEVER !!!
Originally posted by Manawydan
That would be a joke no doubt. "All your base are belong to us" has been a common strategy video games joke since 1991.
n 1977 Congress directed the establishment of Air Force TENCAP with three primary missions: exploiting space systems for tactical applications through rapid prototyping projects; influencing the design of future space systems for tactical applications; and educating warfighters about the capabilities and tactical utility of space systems. The SWC serves as the executive agent of AF TENCAP on behalf of warfighters and is teamed with the Space Applications Project Office to develop and provide support to Air Force agencies and the Combat and Mobility Air Forces. AF TENCAP demonstrates leading edge space technologies with potential to enhance combat capabilities of units in the field and transitions these combat systems to warfighters in a timelier manner than through traditional acquisition processes. AF TENCAP is responsible for keeping abreast of the latest technologies and influencing emerging space systems to make them more supportive of fielded combat forces.
Originally posted by kinda kurious
Not that it matters any longer but..........
Originally posted by Tifozi
The color of the seats is the same, and by the angle of the photo, it has to be a 2-pilot plane, so, I think it's a B-1. But the information on the photo isn't enough for me. lol
Originally posted by LSWONE
Those are a dime a dozen. LOL! See how there are fewer Ninjas. One Ninja for ever 20-30 whites.
Originally posted by DJM8507
5 stars + 1 star = 51 ?
Originally posted by zorgon
Well those designing mission patches are very good at 'joking'
Originally posted by LSWONE
reply to post by zorgon
That's not a rolled piece of paper. Its the cuff at the end of the sleeve. Some are dark, and some are light.
If you can get passed the guard shack, I will show you.
Firstly, I take offense at your insinuation that I have some kind of personal "agenda" with Zorgan or alternatively, that I am "targeting" him deliberately in a negative way.
Originally posted by observe50Unfortunately they are in the deepest of our waters and we don't have anything that can reach them.
Originally posted by dreb13
I think that there's an exception to that 5 star 1 star deal.
The other day I got behind a Subaru at a red light and and laughed when I took a better look at the emblem.
Subaru of America, Inc., (SOA), is the exclusive United States marketer of Subaru products manufactured by Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. of Japan. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., SOA serves nearly 600 dealers nationwide.
'SUBARU' is a Japanese word meaning 'unite', as well as a term identifying a cluster of six stars, which the Greeks called the Pleiades - part of the Taurus constellation.
Best known for its Subaru automobiles, FHI also manufactures commercial and military aircraft and aircraft parts, engines and machinery, buses and rolling stock.
FHI has four divisions that support each other in technological research and advancement:
- Aerospace: This division is a major contractor of aircraft, helicopters, target drones and related parts and services to the Defense Agency of Japan. Sales of the Aerospace Division are both commercial and defense-related. These products are marketed domestically to the Defense Agency as well as United States markets.
Brightest stars in Pleiades
A map of the Pleiades
The nine brightest stars of the Pleiades are named for the Seven Sisters of Greek mythology: Sterope, Merope, Electra, Maia, Taygete, Celaeno, and Alcyone, along with their parents Atlas and Pleione. As daughters of Atlas, the Hyades were sisters of the Pleiades. The English name of the cluster itself is of Greek origin, though of uncertain etymology. Suggested derivations include: from πλεîν plein, to sail, making the Pleiades the "sailing ones"
Other notable names of Pleiades include:
(al-Thurayya) in Arabic
Subaru in Japanese
Matariki in Maori
Kṛttikā in Sanskrit