Skip to comments.MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Posted on 09/15/2018 12:04:37 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Tech expert Ian Wilson is to be airlifted to an area three miles from where he claims he has pinpointed the Malaysian Airlines flight using Google Maps.
He will then need a guide to lead him through the two-day jungle mission through the mountainous terrain west of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
It comes after Andre Milne who previously declared Wilson's spot "significant" called an earlier helicopter mission to find the missing MH370 flight "useless" because it wasn't on foot.
Milne a private investigator and founder of Unicorn Aerospace exclusively told Daily Star Online: "Flying over in a helicopter is virtually useless.
"It requires human insertion to the ground via a jungle penetration from above.
"Flying 'over' a deep jungle growth forest to look for an aircraft that could have been on the ground for over four years is virtually useless because of the thick vegetation that will have grown all around and over the aircraft making it impossible to see from the air.
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Another recent claim is that an interceptor was in the air at the same time and shot down MH370.
Ping to all lists.
What about the plane piece that was found in the ocean, and confirmed to be from this plane.
There's no such thing as a "jungle" any more, they're "rain forests" now.
It came from the plane. :^)
That was insensitive of me. :^)
I was wondering about that also.
The site they are searching is well inland and unlikely to have plane parts reach the ocean. - Tom
It was flying to Beijing, so it would make sense for its crash site to be in Cambodia.
Airliners get shot down with great regularity these days, if the wrong person is aboard.
Yeah, I almost got triggered there; I went to my safe space and got a diaper change and a warm blankie, and I just barely recovered.
Could of come off in flight
You were fortunate!
I can understand why looking for four year-old wreckage in the jungle from a helicopter using only your eyes could be a waste of time.
But what if the helicopter were part of a team to search the grid-square where the the sleuth says he saw wreckage in the satellite photo? Aircraft with down-looking radar should be able to ping the wreck, yes? A helicopter might do the same to confirm and lower a team in foot to investigate. Or guide a team already on foot to the site, if the canopy wont allow an insertion.
Ideally, I think it would be a combined specialties operation where different air and ground assets work together.
Don’t forget your plaid PJ’s and hot cocoa!
...unless an interceptor hit it the passenger jet over water (or the coast) with a missile and the decompression blew out debris from the craft that drifted on the wind out to sea while the plane descended to crash further inland...?
It looks like there is to much evidence there that it came down in the Ocean, and not on land away from the ocean. - Tom
It was strangely and tragically ironic that another passenger jet from the same airline was lost over Ukraine due to a ground-to-air missile strike as it overflew the warzone between Ukraine and Russia.
Speaking of remarkable recoveries from disasters...
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