Skip to comments.Amazing Interview: Air Force General says "Sub Launched Missile, 100% Certain"
Posted on 11/13/2010 2:55:59 PM PST by DontTreadOnMe2009
Hannity was surprised to hear a famous ex Air Force General tell him That Is A Missile, Shot From A Submarine! I quote retired Air Force Lieutenant General Tom McInerney (ex commander of 11th Air Force in Alaska) I spent 35 years flying fighters, and you can see the guidance system kick in, I have watched that film 10 times, I am absolutely certain that that is not an aircraft, but a sub launch ICBM missile!!! See the video and judge his words for yourself. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LivRJOWrcpA&feature=player_embedded#! I will next post a clickable link.
The General is backed up by Doug Richardson, editor of Jane's Missiles and Rockets. What about him?
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I cannot be replicated every day because weather at altitude must be correct for the formation.
And indeed there was a contrail the next day!
Here’s what buccaneer has to say:
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For Your Eyes Only (1981):
Ah, there you are,
. Minister, Chief of Staff.
Are you aware of our ATAC system?
ATAC, sir? Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator?
Uses an ultra-low frequency coded transmitter... to order our submarines to launch ballistic missiles.
Five days ago, our spy ship, St. Georges was sunk... in the Ionian Sea.
She was equipped with ATAC.
Now, if that transmitter were to fall into the wrong hands... it would render our entire Polaris fleet useless.
- Every order could be countermanded.
- Worse. Our own submarines could be ordered to attack our own cities.
Well, it is from a 30 year old James Bond movie...
“Why was there only this one contrail when there should have been dozens?”
How many were returning from Hawaii over that part of the ocean and at that altitude?
Come on guys.
This is getting really silly now.
That idiot "general" is completely discredited.
Mark this date. It's the date I put my credibility (such as it is) on the line here.
Can somebody tell me what sort of missile, or even extrapolation of a missile, has a *primary boost phase* that lasts for 10 minutes or more?
It's an airplane.
Considering it came from the mouth of an Air Force General, it must be true!
If we're going to take the word of generals then we have to believe the account of Astronaut Major Gordon Cooper who is on record as witnessing a UFO on his flight into space back in 1963...........
Holy cow, could it be this missile was fired at a UFO? The mystery deepens.............
Reminds me of an old joke.
“How do you know there’s a Navy pilot at your party?”
“Don’t worry, he’ll tell you.”
OK , now that's the dumbest rumor I've seen yet. The passengers' cell phones and personal computers were just fine. They would have been fried in an EMP attack.
I have tracked many aircraft that when viewed through a camera lense seem to leave a solid rocket plume behind it, even though they are jet powered, just like this one. This is merely a trick of the eye.
Sorry, its just a plane doing what planes do when traveling through a moist front. Makes for neat photography.
1. There was no radar track from the FAA Los Angeles Regional Radar, Point Mugu NAS, Vandenberg AFB, Marin County regional radar, or San Francisco radar. You can't really believe every radar operator has been shut up?
2. The DSP satellites which can detect the launch of a model rocket and send alerts to several command centers did not detect a launch. The military doesn't give a damn about political correctness when it comes to someone launching in our back yard. Every missile would have gone on alert.
3. Not one aircraft, ship, police officer, or surfer reported a launch. Are you suggesting that every surfer on the west coast has been told to keep quiet?
The radar issue alone is one insurmountable fact. The plume of a solid-rocket exhaust contains aluminum oxide particles which reflect radar. If it was not water (as in a contrail) the plume would have stuck out on every radar on the west coast. Now make up an excuse for that one.....
That same time period one of their new ‘silent’ subs surfaced inside a carrier group of ours. We had no idea they were there.
Sunlight glinting off the aircraft.
Airliners are very shiny, have lots of windows.
It’s also illuminated by orange sunset sunshine while it passes in front of a darker part of the sky making it appear to glow.
It’s an airliner.
And this will happen again one day as it did similarly the next day.
I’ve seen this before ok? I am a private pilot in SoCal of and on since the mid eighties.
Yes it makes you look twice.
But there is so much evidence now there is zero doubt it was an airliner.
I am surprised people are having a hard time with that.
Rational thought should prevail.
Go to that site, read it, get back to me with any questions.
“The General is backed up by Doug Richardson, editor of Jane’s Missiles and Rockets. What about him? “
Me thinks ol’ Doug is going to come off looking foolish just like the General.
TWA 800. That's why.
Look! Up in the sky!
Mass hysteria and Orson Wells revisited...........