posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 04:11 PM
A Boeing 747 Dreamlifter cargo plane may be stuck at a minor airport in Kansas for some time after it apparently landed there by mistake. The
giant cargo jet was heading for McConnell air force base in Wichita but instead touched down at nearby Colonel James Jabara airport. Local media
report that the jet may be too large to take off from Jabara's 1,860m (6,100ft) runway. Boeing is sending a tug to the airport to turn the plane
around, reports say.
I'm assuming they have more than one of these to take any disruption that this may cause in the transportation of the various components?
So we have a dream
lifter, Kansas, Wi(t)ch
and a '9119' ft. runway.
Any other Wizard of Oz clues? I am sure there is something to
be found in the maps.
An interesting read on Colonel James Jabara. Sounds almost fictional, no?
And hot-shots with charlie sheen didn't come out until 1991, but the article was written in 1984
Jabara stood out among his group of fighter pilots almost as much as if he really had been a Knight of yore on a quest for the grail. Veteran
of over 100 European missions flown in a P-51 before he was twenty, he had a very hot start in Korea when in weeks he downed four MiGs, only one short
of the total necessary to become an 'ace'. But instead of resting on an accomplishment in advance of any other pilot in the war, Jabara was worried
about a ‘dry spell’ that had lasted almost a month. “He's a ‘Hot-Shot Charlie’ type...”
And I've just found my Wizard of Oz connection within that article.
See that Courage, Discipline (brains) and Emotion (heart)
are specifically highlighted in the article.
Is this all fictional? What message has been coded here?
edit on 21-11-2013 by OneFreeMan because: (no reason given)