Something fishy about the ‘story’ of a crashed USAF Hornet fighter jet in Suffolk

Missed refuelling, knew he was out of fuel. Knew he was going to lose the jet. Didn’t eject?
There is more to this story than the public relations officer released.

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Aldous wrote –

There are some terrific photos of the actual stricken Hornet earlier at the UK base Lakenheath.

I don’t know if anyone has ever been to a US or UK (or any) military air base but the chances of getting such super snaps as those depicted are just about zilch. Getting shot for even trying would be so much easier.

I’ve been arrested at gunpoint inside of an air base when the pilot I was with had the audacity to land there out of hours after we had been posted missing – it’s a long story down to the three most useless things in aviation: the runway behind you; the sky above you; and in this case, the fuel in the bowser – we made an unscheduled stop to uplift fuel because he had screwed up.

It’s not every day the Military Police get their hands (with the blessing of the sadistic base commander) on a couple of fly-by-nights who pay lip service to SOP’s and think they can just turn up at HIS base whenever they feel like it.

We were bundled unceremoniously into a cell overnight and then took turns day-on/day-off on extra duties for a month for that one.

Anyway, it looks to me like yet another staged event for reasons as yet unknown.

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Missed refuelling, knew he was out of fuel. Knew he was going to lose the jet. Didn’t eject?
There is more to this story than the public relations officer released.

TAP – Alternatively Russians have developed ways of disabling conventional planes from far off using a deniable weapon system.  The fact the pilot didn’t eject, suggests total instant failure of the plane, as he had ample warning to get out according to the story given out.  On the other hand, were the plane disabled, he’d be powerless to save himself.  It’s not the only F-18 to be lost in an unexplained accident in the last twelve months.  If the plane blew up in the air as described by eyewitnesses, then how was the ordnance detonated?

US pilot killed in F/A-18 Hornet crash near Lakenheath, UK police confirm

A U.S. FA-18 Hornet fighter-bomber © HO
An F-18 fighter jet has reportedly crashed shortly after take-off from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk. Local police confirmed the pilot died at the scene.

The jet was one of six returning from combat operations in the Middle East and reportedly failed to rendezvous with a fuel tanker before the crash occurred.

A US Air Force official confirmed the crash. However, US Navy officials have reportedly claimed they had no planes in the air when the fighter jet crashed near the British base.

A United States Air Force (USAF) offical has arrived at the scene together with an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) truck and a bomb squad vehicle to examine the crash site.

Cambridgeshire police have confirmed the pilot was the only crew member to die in the crash.

According to Air Live, the aircraft crashed into farm land in Redmere, near the Suffolk border. Emergency services were alerted at 10.30am.

Witnesses report that they saw an explosion in the air before the aircraft came down.

 

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4 Responses to “Something fishy about the ‘story’ of a crashed USAF Hornet fighter jet in Suffolk”

  1. beLIEve says:

    The report above states……..

    “….jet…crashed shortly after take off…from RAF Lakenheath.

    The report then CONTRADICTS itself by saying……..

    “The jet was one of six…….
    (isn’t six a favourite number for the Satanists ?)
    ……returning from ….the Middle East……and….failed to rendezvous with a fuel tanker before the crash occurred”

    So, had the plane just taken off or, was it due to land ? ?

  2. Dublinmick says:

    Returning from the middle east makes you wonder.

    Magrav technology can disable all electronics. Could it be the pilot was flying with little electronic capability, no way to eject or radio was happening. Simply cruising along until out of fuel. That doesn’t explain an explosion however.

  3. Tapestry says:

    Reports are chaos which is suspicious.

  4. sovereigntea says:

    The plane is reported in places as having just taken off – inconsistent with REUTERS reports of failed mid air refuelling.

    It is highly unlikely that the doomed plane took off without sufficient fuel.

    Mirror – The crash happened shortly after the jet left the RAF Lakenheath airbase in Suffolk this morning.

    Mid air explosion doesn’t seem consistent with running out of fuel.

    METRO – ‘The military aircraft which had taken off from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk came down at about 10.30am this morning.

    REUTERS
    The jet was one of six returning from combat operations in the Middle East and reportedly failed to rendezvous with a fuel tanker before the crash occurred.

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