posted on Oct, 31 2004 @ 01:25 AM
There is no way that could be at a Community College.
Let the DeBunk begin!
The Loader device they are standing on is manufactured by FMC out of San Jose, CA. It is a diesel powered hydraulic loader for frieght and baggage on
aircraft. The metal structure is the 'guard', which is sloped to avoid damaging the body of any aircraft. Lower down and to the right in the picture
is the black rubber bumper that meets the lower part of the cargo door frame. The"red" light is a small spot light which is pat of the Loader. You
can actually see the metal belt that does the moving as it is the elongated object they are standing on which goes around a wheel at the front of the
The engine layout of the aircraft behind them looks like something much smaller than a C-17, maybe a cargo lifter or even a 720, but generally a
Boeing design if you look at the tops of the Engines. The Loader is on the wrong side of the aircraft so it has obviously moved, although they can be
The object on the Loader looks like an "Isolet Chamber" the green area would be a digital readout of the battery/power pack. Premature babies are
flown/transported in these as they provide a completely sealed and controlled environment. The green color below that looks like the same green as an
The Patch on the farther soldiers uniform appears to be U.S.A.F. issue.
It stikes me as very odd that they would have the loader on the wrong side of the aircraft, in fact having the device on the loader at that point
seems like a waste of energy as they have an attached elevator.
Loking at the people in the picture, there are three in uniform, one of them is wearing a safety vest, the guy with the brightlght is wearing what
looks like light color (beige) pants and a dark shirt with a circular object hanging from his neck, and then theres the person on the extreme right
with the purple jacket.
I smell movie shoot, brightlight could be a handheld camera unit.