This piece from RT (thanks, Patrick!) reports an FA18 Super Hornet crashed off the coast of California late on June 4th, following the Harrier that crashed in the Imperial Valley the same afternoon, and I recall that on May 9th of this year, an AV-8B Harrier also crashed just south of Phoenix, AZ on native land—that plane ALSO out of Yuma, and again… the pilot ejected and was retrieved safely.
Harriers are the craft that can land and take off vertically, like a helicopter, so they’re ideal for aircraft carriers.
I doubt if these crashes are coincidence. What do YOU think?
Was it sabotage? Or something else?
Maybe the military industrial complex has such exciting electro-gravitic technology these Harriers are just old news; a tired, old liability— but they threw in a Hornet to throw us off the scent. Could they collect insurance money? The cabal is so broke I wouldn’t put it past them—not after offing so many bankers for insurance money—if that tale can be believed.
Three families in the Imperial Valley escaped injury from the Harrier crash under interesting circumstances, so perhaps there are otherworldly forces at play here.
Regardless, I can’t WAIT to hear how they explain this—and watch for more plane crashes because the cabal doesn’t know when to quit. ~ BP
Second US military jet in 24 hours crashes off California coast
A US Navy Super Hornet jet fighter crashed in the Pacific Ocean off the southern coast of California late Wednesday night, the US Navy said. This is the second crash of a US marine jet in the area in 24 hours.
The Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet jet “impacted the water” as it approached the USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) at about 10pm local time (6am GMT) Wednesday.
“The pilot ejected from the aircraft, was recovered safely and is currently aboard Carl Vinson in stable condition,” the Navy said in a statement.
The jet was part of the Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 81 based at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana in Virginia. The jet has not been recovered from the crash.
An investigation has been launched into the crash’s causes, while all operations have been halted aboard the USS Carl Vinson.
The remaining airborne aircraft operating in the area were diverted to NAS North Island in Coronado, California, and landed at about 11 pm local time (7 am GMT).
The Carl Vinson and Carrier Air Wing 17 have been conducting a Joint Task Force Exercise “to test a strike group’s ability to operate in hostile and complex environments with other US and coalition forces,” the official statement of the Navy said. The exercise was carried out ahead of the group’s upcoming deployment.
This incident is the second military jet to crash in the region of South California in 24 hours. Earlier on Wednesday the Third Marine Aircraft Wing AV-8B Harrier crashed into a residential area in Imperial Valley, Southern California. At least two houses caught fire.
There were no reports of injuries on the ground. The pilot successfully ejected from the aircraft and was not hurt. The jet was stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, officials said. The causes are being investigated.