posted on Sep, 6 2011 @ 08:23 AM
Hi guys (and ladies),
I hope this forum is appropriate for my query?
The other night I was outside (north of Nashville, air-traffic close to Ft Campbell) when I heard what I thought was a low flying Chinook. When it
came into view though, it was actually 2 helicopters flying single file, the one in front had zero lights on, the rear had a green and a red nav light
but was dark otherwise. Their silhouette was black against the gray, city lit sky so I didn't see any markings. They looked civilian in profile.
In the 90's I could tell you what kind of chopper was coming by listening to it so it bothers me a little that I don't know what they were. You learn
some neat stuff in a cavalry unit. In all the flights I witnessed though I never saw two birds fly so close and in single file.
Anybody know a reason they'd do that?
edit on 6-9-2011 by TreadUpon because: (no reason given)