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Originally posted by GuidedKill
There are quite a few military installations in the area. I would assume it is related to them. I wouldn't really be to concerned about it. If I posted every time I saw a military plane I would make 10 new threads a day.
Worry when they come down your street in a tank, or set up road blocks in your town....
I posted a link so anyone who sees "military action" can look at this map and see that every state has several military posts. Don't freak out yet people.
US Base map
Originally posted by imagineering
I posted on someone else's thread a while back ago concerning military activity in their area. So I thought I would keep a tally of activity in my area, especially when it seems like it has picked up pace.
In the last 3 weeks I have counted groups of 3 C-130's make approach to the near by air field, this occured 29 times each group containing 3 C-130 aircract.
MIlitary Helicoptor activity is on going and I stopped trying to keep track. The helicoptor approaches Involve Chinhooks and Black Hawks.
HEre is more data pertaining to the destination approach of these aircraft.
It probably nothing, but activity has picked up so it has sparked my interest.
Originally posted by gunshooter
Ive seen some c-130's up here in duluth recently. usually they are doing touch and go training at the 148th. one weird thing that I remember a couple summers ago was when I was on top of Mesaba Avenue, and I see a chinook land at the bayfront park on the grass. 6 local squads pull up to it with a couple black SUV's. I couldnt tell what was really going on, or who was down there because I was too far away. but either way, that was some odd activity for duluth. anyhow, I will keep my ear to the ground up this way, and post if I see anything worthy of posting.
Originally posted by novemberecho
reply to post by imagineering
myself as well op! they've been flying around since a few weeks before the NATO summit was here.
those, c-17's, a possible c-5, and helicopters.
lots and lots of planes. much more than normal.
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