It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

Very strange explanation for vehicles at Jacksonville Airfield

page: 6
102
<< 3  4  5   >>

log in

join
share:

posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:09 AM
link   

Originally posted by Misoir

Originally posted by pacific_waters
reply to post by Misoir
 


How you guys sleep at night coming up with all this conspiracy garbage is beyond me. Maybe they are a CIA front. I don't know but u don't either. You make huge leaps of logic that become truth in your minds. Of course they are involved in joint projects. They are an engineering firm. That's what they do. You fill ATS with paranoid fantasies and conjecture. The joos run the world. the illuminati run the world. I spent 3.5 years in the army and realized the government could f*** up a wet dream. No way they could carry out conspiracies at the level you guys imagine. Are they to be trusted? Not on a bet but get real. Everything is not a conspiracy to take over the world. What could BP possibly gain by engineering the spill? They f***** up. Simple enough. That's what people do, f*** up. Their shares have plummeted. the only way things like this won't happen is if we stop using oil completely and then you can kiss the internet and what we euphemistically call civilization goodbye.


You can read and write so you're not illiterate, so I have to ask why you did not understand the only sentence that I posted giving my opinion.


Read it thoroughly, it is quite interesting and very possible.



I never once said it was true because there are other views on the subject. Please read the whole post before you bash me for making 'stupid' threads. I don't believe most conspiracies I just saw this as interesting due to the feedback I got from other ATS members.




It's only obvious that pacific_waters is possibly a high ranking member of an affiliate company, if not a member of, associated with Pegasis here to spread dis info and other nonsense against the well researched OP...

Tell us pacific_waters - IS THAT THE NEXT OIL DEBAUCLE ABOUT TO OCCUR IN pacific_waters!?

Your friends in BP have pretty much murdered the entire Atlantic Ocean and any bordering Countries upon it...

Tell us, where in the Pacific will they spring the oil release? California? Alaska? huh? Come on, YOU'VE GOT TO KNOW pacific_waters

I mean WOW - can the "tell it before it occurs" phenomena that frequently is published by the elite and is so blatantly documented get any more blatant with a name like pacific_waters?


What could BP possibly gain by engineering the spill?


www.abovetopsecret.com...

Simple Enough....

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Megiddodiddo]




posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:19 AM
link   
I LITERALLY live 15 minutes away from Reynolds Airfield.
I take 1 turn to get on Highway 17 and its straight that way.

Never expected anything on this website about Clay County, Florida.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:55 AM
link   
reply to post by Misoir
 


there was nothing about transocean stocks at the links...

I take it the stocks crashed after the oil gusher?



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 07:03 AM
link   

Originally posted by SunnyDee
This seems to be a VERY good find. The guy who did his little bit of research seems to have hit something big here.
This is the kind of stuff that our american media should be digging up and talking about, but of course are not.

Why I keep reading ATS.
Thanks for bringing this, this is an important piece of some giant puzzle for sure.
thanks for your work on this and i do believe that our government hides things from us but we will get the truth. people are starting to wake up to our government.

[edit on 11/26/07 by jerry3741]

[edit on 11/26/07 by jerry3741]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 09:02 AM
link   

Originally posted by butcherguy
Found this record of an aircraft accident where the aircraft was destroyed, at the reynolds airpark:


The aircraft was owned by a company from New York State, Doyle Henderson Associates (an accounting firm!) piloted by a Pegasus employee.

Henderson Assoc:


I looked up the aircraft model: Schweizer SA 2-37A

It was a quiet surveillance aircraft developed in the 1980's.
The military version was: RG-8A

Details on aircraft model:





Seems weird that they were flying a surveillance aircraft as a private company, no? Especially an accounting firm!

I found a reference on the wiki link above that says the DEA may have purchased the aircraft for their use.



[edit on 11-6-2010 by butcherguy]


Sorry, but a Schweitzer 2-27 is a training glider, some of which were used by the Air Force Academy, the military designation being a TG-7A. It did have a tiny 112 hp Lycoming )-235 piston engine.
To call it a surveillance aircraft is a huge stretch. It was a heavy underpowered motorglider with a total payload of less than 500 pounds including the 2 pilots or pilot and pax. Look at www.sailplanedirectory.com...
The accident was a typical accellerated stall/spin accident. At a 60 degree bank, the aerodynamic stall speed of an aircraft doubles. The accident report staates that the aircraft crashed into a houseboat - probably a Pegasis model by Sumerset Houseboats. Isn't that proof positive of a CIA connection???



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 04:11 PM
link   

Originally posted by 4nsicphd

Originally posted by butcherguy
Found this record of an aircraft accident where the aircraft was destroyed, at the reynolds airpark:


The aircraft was owned by a company from New York State, Doyle Henderson Associates (an accounting firm!) piloted by a Pegasus employee.

Henderson Assoc:


I looked up the aircraft model: Schweizer SA 2-37A

It was a quiet surveillance aircraft developed in the 1980's.
The military version was: RG-8A

Details on aircraft model:





Seems weird that they were flying a surveillance aircraft as a private company, no? Especially an accounting firm!

I found a reference on the wiki link above that says the DEA may have purchased the aircraft for their use.



[edit on 11-6-2010 by butcherguy]


Sorry, but a Schweitzer 2-27 is a training glider, some of which were used by the Air Force Academy, the military designation being a TG-7A. It did have a tiny 112 hp Lycoming )-235 piston engine.
To call it a surveillance aircraft is a huge stretch. It was a heavy underpowered motorglider with a total payload of less than 500 pounds including the 2 pilots or pilot and pax. Look at www.sailplanedirectory.com...
The accident was a typical accellerated stall/spin accident. At a 60 degree bank, the aerodynamic stall speed of an aircraft doubles. The accident report staates that the aircraft crashed into a houseboat - probably a Pegasis model by Sumerset Houseboats. Isn't that proof positive of a CIA connection???
Sorry(?)

It is not a 2-27 that crashed!

if you check the report again.

this from the report: Aircraft Model SA 2-37A

then this from wiki that I also linked to:In the mid-1960s Lockheed had used the Schweizer SGS 2-32 sailplane as the basis for its YO-3 quiet reconnaissance aircraft. Schweizer decided to develop the SGM 2-37 into a similar concept aircraft as the YO-3. The result was the SA 2-37A and B, known as the RG-8A in military use.[12][13][14]

The RG-8A was later developed by the company into the twin piston-engined and twin-boom SA 2-38 Condor with the US military designation of RU-38A Twin Condor. This design was further refined into the turboprop-powered RU-38B Twin Condor. The RU-38 is still in production and available in 2008.[15]

Read again, and I am sorry but you have it wrong.... not a training glider!

A quiet surveillance aircraft used by the US Coast Guard and DEA!



[edit on 12-6-2010 by butcherguy]



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 11:54 PM
link   
If these vehicles were nothing of interest then why have they been edited out of google maps already



posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 09:24 AM
link   
reply to post by Zaanny
 


I do not follow this thread............But I would look to see if the google map image is a "new" image (date) or an image from an earlier date prior to these vehicles being present.........??

If it is a new image from google ..........then the whole area should have been updated as well............

[edit on 12-7-2010 by Cloudsinthesky]



posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 03:56 AM
link   

Originally posted by Zaanny
If these vehicles were nothing of interest then why have they been edited out of google maps already


I have to quote this to bring the main OP still unanswered question to highlight.

Why somebody take the pain to browse and locate the damn picture, put up photoshop, zoom to almost pixel level, airbrush it, and put up for display knowing that 99.9999% of earth wont view it ?

Try the stunt yourself:
Find/look for file aXXXX1.gif (X can be anything and any width) in your browser cache, edit it by adding 2x2 pixel, save, and upload. You are cursing before its done, and yet we have this wierd pic.

Interesting indeed.
edit - add
I'm the 100th person who flag this, is this some sort of conspiracy too ? LOL
edit

[edit on 17-7-2010 by RainCloud]



posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 04:30 AM
link   
[quote/]... "THERE IS A GUY THAT SAID THOSE ARE KIAS". Who the hell is that guy?....why we should believe him?

NOW, TO THE GUY WHO POSTED that picture from Green cove....Why don't you post a picture of a parking lot of any Walmart.....because is ANOTHER THING TOTALLY DIFFERENT. Parking areas don't have 5 rows...THAT WOULD BE THE WORSE VALLET NIGHTMARE.


How about the airstrip manager? Public notice regarding "UN vehicles parked at Reynolds Airpark"

I apologize if the pdf link has been posted before, I read the thread but didn't see it though.

BTW, its not a "parking lot", its just storage. There is a diffrence. No valets to worry about lol



posted on Oct, 15 2010 @ 01:26 AM
link   
reply to post by JJRichey
 


I don't believe the whole KIA idea that is tossed around on this thread.



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 12:39 PM
link   
They're at it again folks, I was curious as to where Port Hueneme, Ca. was so I pulled it up on Google Earth, I noticed that the Naval Construction Battalion Center was located there. So as I was perusing around I noticed a pattern on the map and zoomed in and saw literally hundreds if not a few thousand suspected UN Vehicles in storage. Now if some idiot jumps in this thread again with the KIA Crap let me tell you, you are a disinfo agent with one of the alphabet agencies or just plain stupid. I was in the auto business for years and know imports to the US are Not stored sorted to color, in this case all white. Show me red ones, the blue ones, the black ones...lol

Here are the coordinates, check it out... 34° 9'40.08"N 119°12'43.96"W

Have a nice day!



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 01:01 PM
link   

Originally posted by Boomer1941
They're at it again folks, I was curious as to where Port Hueneme, Ca. was so I pulled it up on Google Earth, I noticed that the Naval Construction Battalion Center was located there. So as I was perusing around I noticed a pattern on the map and zoomed in and saw literally hundreds if not a few thousand suspected UN Vehicles in storage. Now if some idiot jumps in this thread again with the KIA Crap let me tell you, you are a disinfo agent with one of the alphabet agencies or just plain stupid. I was in the auto business for years and know imports to the US are Not stored sorted to color, in this case all white. Show me red ones, the blue ones, the black ones...lol

Here are the coordinates, check it out... 34° 9'40.08"N 119°12'43.96"W

Have a nice day!


What is a UN vehicle? What makes you think these are UN? Having worked with the UN in the past it is the reponsibility of each contingent to brings its own vehicles and equipment. This of course is common sense as that is what the contributing nations troops are trained on. They do have to meet certain standards. Nations sign an agreement to this effect.
edit on 17-3-2012 by MrSpad because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 03:21 PM
link   
reply to post by MrSpad
 


Yeah...ok...whatever you say...lol

Here's some more from Fort Rucker deep in Alabama, are we training foreign combat helicopter pilots too?
31°20'38.91"N 85°41'25.11"W



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 04:37 PM
link   

Originally posted by Boomer1941
reply to post by MrSpad
 


Yeah...ok...whatever you say...lol

Here's some more from Fort Rucker deep in Alabama, are we training foreign combat helicopter pilots too?
31°20'38.91"N 85°41'25.11"W


Sorry to bring a little reality to your show. However you can ask anyone who has worked with UN on how equipement is handled. You bring your own. It has to meet certain standards or you will not be reimbursed for damage and or wear and tear. It is simple logic, you do not want people be tossed on equipment they do not know. And lets not even start oh how hard it is to get UN forces to anything. You call them, they call the UN, The UN calls you, they call their home country, then they call you and sometimes the entire process happens all over again. And thats just to send a patrol somewhere. That is if they still have enough equipment left and have not sold it all on the local market to later claim it was lost in operations so should be reimbursed. People who fear the UN have never had anything to do with them.



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 09:00 PM
link   
reply to post by MrSpad
 


Lets look at some more reality...

I'm fully aware of automotive standards here in the US, many of my former shipmates who were stationed on the Independence back in the 60's purchased some cheap autos while they were in Italy, when they got back to Mayport they found they wouldn't meet roadworthy standards in the US and thus on the next deployment were dumped over the side.

With regard to these suspected UN Vehicles perhaps you've got a good explanation as to why if these are indeed foreign vehicles why would Customs even allow them in the country? Why would these foreign countries send literally thousands of them over here only to be quarantined? It would first seem to me very poor planning on their part with regards to safety standards here. It would also involve some gross stupidity to accumulate thousands of these vehicles here at a cost of several hundreds of millions of dollars before they allegedly according to you found they were not roadworthy here and could not be used. Or do they in fact plan to put these un-roadworthy or dangerous vehicles on the road anyway in traffic with the American Citizen and endanger them. Odds are these are indeed UN Vehicles in storage, they need not to have UN Identification on them at this time as it only would take minutes to apply the UN decal on each side possibly one on the back door.

Oh yes....I found more at Fort Hood, these were very large white heavy duty trucks (straight jobs). My my...they're always white, not camo, desert tan or olive drab and they're always parked in formation. When do you think we'll see these rolling out on the street, perhaps after pensions, 401k's, Social Security, Disability Income, Unemployment and Welfare collapses and we spin into hyperinflation? We had several Army Helicopters flying over one of our major expressways the other day for an hour or two, that doesn't usually happen, maybe Bin Ladin's back, he's been killed several times you know.



posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 10:03 PM
link   
I am so lost as to what you are even talking about. I assume your one of the UN is taking over people. Thats pretty old school I thought NWO with Blackwater was the new fad. Hey whatever floats your boat. I am just telling you having worked with UN they could not control a city block much less the US.



posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 10:40 PM
link   

Originally posted by Boomer1941
reply to post by MrSpad
 


Yeah...ok...whatever you say...lol

Here's some more from Fort Rucker deep in Alabama, are we training foreign combat helicopter pilots too?
31°20'38.91"N 85°41'25.11"W


en.wikipedia.org...

Quit trying to read into things, bud. Do you have ANY idea how many government owned and operated vehicles and aircraft, exist currently in 2012? SEVERAL hundred thousand. They aren't all actively 'in-service'm, so they need to have a place to store and maintain them all, ya know? So these kind of installations, or as regular folk refer to them as 'depots', are located all over the US... Makes perfect sense, instead of them just being sporadically sprinkled everywhere, with no order, control, or means of logistics.

And yes, we do actively train our allied military forces... Think of it this way, if high school football were to actually require several hundred players on each team, and would need multiple schools to play together on one side cooperatively, against another similar makeup of team... Wouldn't you want to make sure that the folks who are possibly trained differently to make different plays, passes, etc... That they are trained in your same ways/means, so the collaborative effort is actually EFFECTIVE and better orchestrated to perform in harmony? Same methodology.

Now remove your tin foil hat, please



new topics

top topics



 
102
<< 3  4  5   >>

log in

join