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The sentence sons like "...Marine Corps staff...." You also hear him mention the word "staff" a few words before he is talking the next sentence into the phone. He spells out person's name.
ALL I can say to that is .... BS!
...and, very sorry for you, to live in a delusion of your own creation.
I was actually trying to see if "cringle" could be associated with the tail-section of the plane , thereby providing an answer for those who question what happened to the tail-section . Are you familiar with anything like that weedwhacker ?
A cringle is an eye through which to pass a rope. In nautical settings, the word refers to a small hole anywhere along the edge or in the corner of a sail, rimmed with stranded cordage and worked into the boltrope. Typically it encloses a metal grommet for reinforcement and to reduce wear. In this context, cringle and grommet coincide enough that the two are sometimes used interchangeably.
Maybe post an aerial , showing approximately where these guys were standing , and approximately where the officer was standing when the guy gave him the piece .