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It is not a measure of whether something is occurring based upon whether you can prove it here on ATS. I have brought more than reasonable evidence that something is happening, as have many others, only to have it ridiculed by anonymous members who pretend (without any credentials of their own other than their anonymous word) that it is not credible. And I am supposed to join them in their refusal to look at what evidence others have gathered? I think not.
Well tough to swallow certain things when Evergreen is exempt from laws according to their own website. It's all too clear that the FAA is not privy to everything concerning aviation. Not only from this topic but others as well.
Originally posted by dplum517
lol firepilot .......cmon man. You act so naive sometimes. As if everything in this world is transparent and open. As if we the people get to be in the know on every single thing. Really, it is as if you can't comprehend secrecy or the integrity of sensitive information. Yes I agree with you that I don't know everything about Evergreen.
Operate under at least one of the following conditions:
(a) In visual meteorological conditions (VMC); or
(b) Wthin radar surveillance and radio communications of a surface radar facility; or
(c) Be equipped with airborne radar that is sufficient to provide separation between his/her
aircraft and any other aircraft he/she may be controlling and other aircraft; or
(d) Operate within Class G airspace.
(e) An understanding between the pilot and controller regarding the intent of the pilot and the
status of the flight should be arrived at before the aircraft leaves ATC frequency.
1. A pilot's use of the phrase “Going Tactical” does not indicate “Due Regard.” An understanding between the
pilot and controller regarding the intent of the pilot and the status of the flight should be arrived at before the aircraft leaves air traffic control (ATC) frequency.
2. The above conditions provide for a level of safety equivalent to that normally given by International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAO) ATC agencies and fulfills U.S. Government obligations under Article 3 of the
Chicago Convention of 1944 (Reference (d)), which stipulates there must be “due regard for the safety of
navigation of civil aircraft” when flight is not being conducted under ICAO flight procedures.
Originally posted by Stewie
reply to post by weedwhacker
The fools parade...
Don't you guys get tired?
Weed, did I say military pilots can do whatever they damn well please?
(BTW...should I have alerted your post? You managed to insult TWO at once....calling people "fools" is rather rude).
...if you can't recognize chemtrail spraying....
Originally posted by Stewie
reply to post by tsurfer2000h
The U.S. military can do whatever they damn well please, and they can tell air traffic controllers to do whatever they damn well please.
get a clue.