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To: Deaf Smith

worse, much, much worse:
“Investigators said Yabut used his military ID to board a plane at Naval Station Norfolk to fly to the naval air station in Jacksonville around the time of January 11...Sources told CBS6 that Yabut’s ankle monitor was attached when he boarded the flight to Jacksonville “

there are going to be about 15 people on the carpet tonite doing the Texas-twostep trying to come up with an answer as to why this looney toon was allowed on the base commander’s military aircraft (all aircraft being the commanders of course)

He took commercial flights after that, including to Keflavik, which is interesting, since there’s a nato jointforces base there. Not exactly a tourist spot it smells like fish fertilizer 24/7 because of the factories.


7 posted on 03/14/2019 6:36:48 PM PDT by blueplum ("...this moment is your moment: it belongs to you... " President Donald J. Trump, Jan 20, 2017)
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To: blueplum

Wow, he flew on military aircraft with no orders.


9 posted on 03/14/2019 7:00:12 PM PDT by Deaf Smith (When a Texan takes his chances, chances will be taken that's fore sure)
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To: blueplum

Much of his travel was Space-A (Space Available) which is available to every military member—including guardsmen and reservists—as well as retirees, and dependents. If a military jet has room for passengers, there are seats available, and it’s going to a place you want to go, just go to the passenger terminal at the base airfield, and sign up. Present your military ID, pay a small fee, and if you don’t get bumped by someone with a higher priority—or more cargo—you’re on the way.

Great way to travel cheap if you’re military, you have a flexible schedule and don’t mind traveling without the airline “frills”.

I flew Space A home from Korea on my mid-tour leave in the early 90s. Caught a C-5 out of Osan, flew to Yakota, got a senior officers room at the VOQ (I was a junior USAF Capt) at the time, then non-stop to Travis the next day.. Caught a base shuttle to SFO and bought a ticket for the rest of my journey. Going back it was Andrews to Elmendorf, on to Yakota, where I caught a C-141 bound for Kunsan, where I finished the rest of my tour


16 posted on 03/14/2019 8:59:08 PM PDT by ExNewsExSpook
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