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Boeing believes 777 in Pakistan

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An interesting article. I haven't been paying alot of attention to the (possible) conspiracy aspects of this story but found this interesting

from the article:

All updates have been moved to the end of the article, including a stunning interview with Gen. McInerney

A LIGNET analyst (Langley Intelligence Network Group) is reporting that they received information from a source at Boeing, the plane’s manufacturer, that the plane is in Taliban territory in Pakistan.

Boeing has not commented.

The UK paper, The Independent, said that Malaysia is reportedly investigating a theory that flight MH370 could have slipped under Pakistani radars and landed at a Taliban base close to the Afghan border.

Path-to-Pakistan-400x290.jpg

Path it would have traveled to Pakistan

The plane was programmed ahead of time, according to the NY Times which released the information last evening on The Kelly File.

One aviation expert, Michael Boyd, appearing on The Kelly File last evening, said he is “worried about the jet finding us.”

Israel has tightened their airport security because they are concerned, according to a report by The Times of Israel. Pilots now have to announce who they are two-and-a-half miles before landing among other unannounced measures.

If the plane flew at low altitudes, it could have escaped radar but greatly decreased their fuel capability, possibly by as much as half. [This was corrected. The original erroneously stated the opposite.]

Here is the article with video I didn't watch at the bottom

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Oh lord, not another Source. So it's been hijacked by the Taliban then. Right. And Pakistani airspace isn't at all monitored closely by anyone. No. And it crossed right across India too, without being detected. Yes. The Taliban have an extensive network of airfields capable of handling a 777, then, do they? That's interesting to know as well.

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That border between Pakistan and Afghanistan is some very hotly contested real estate so how do they explain a 777 flying around without clearance to be there? Does it have the range to fly around India??

I can't watch the video on the computer I am on right now so don't know what was said.

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Oh lord, not another Source. So it's been hijacked by the Taliban then. Right. And Pakistani airspace isn't at all monitored closely by anyone. No. And it crossed right across India too, without being detected. Yes. The Taliban have an extensive network of airfields capable of handling a 777, then, do they? That's interesting to know as well.

To be fair I'm sure the US built many runways that were long enough for those HUGE cargo planes. But yeah I was also skeptical about planes being able to land in Pakistan without being detected. But then again people believe that bin laden was in pakistan undetected for years (another laughable theory)

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The pic seems to indicate that the only military radar in that entire part of the world is in the middle of the Indian Ocean (Diego Garcia no doubt)... Too bad India has never discovered radar...

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The article states "A source at Boeing"... who? The janitor?

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The article is just putting itself out there as a clearing house for other people'es theories, not advancing anything of its own. I have doubts about the credibility of the site and author of the article, too...

from the About page:

The mission of this site is to help preserve the America we grew up in for the sake of future generations. We are devoted to an America that promotes free enterprise and ingenuity, and does not encourage a nanny state under the causistic banner of “the common good.” The common good is best served by freedom for each individual.

A free press is a path to an independent and free society. The mission of this e-paper is to provide the news that is not available through the mainstream media so readers can make well-informed decisions. The site is leaning right because of what is happening in D.C. but the information is factual. I hope to have some fun on the site.

Let others be heard!

Submissions are welcomed.

Sara Noble

Admin

B.A. English Literature, St. John’s University, Jamaica, N.Y.

M.A. Educational Administration, M.S. Special Education/Elementary Education, Hofstra University, Uniondale, N.Y.

I have published educational articles, short stories for children and was a copy editor for This Week Magazine.

The name Sara Noble is a nom de plume.

Actively avoids putting his / her own name on their work.... ok... :rolleyes:

Cz

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Actively avoids putting his / her own name on their work.... ok... :rolleyes:

Disgraceful, we always use our real names on the web don't we Czero ;)

Having said that, looking at the subject matter for some of his/her other blogs I don't suppose aviation is their specialist subject, just gaining hits with an 'in vogue' story.

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Disgraceful, we always use our real names on the web don't we Czero ;)

True, however we're not putting ourselves forward as a "free press" news source or a voice for the people of "America That Was"... ;)

Having said that, looking at the subject matter for some of his/her other blogs I don't suppose aviation is their specialist subject, just gaining hits with an 'in vogue' story.

Yep... my thoughts exactly...

Cz

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The pic seems to indicate that the only military radar in that entire part of the world is in the middle of the Indian Ocean (Diego Garcia no doubt)... Too bad India has never discovered radar...

Ah, wait, it says radar is turned off at night in some countries.

Obviously, any intruders into their airspace would only be able to fly during the daytime, wouldn't they. They couldn't see where they were going, could they, at night. :innocent:

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True, however we're not putting ourselves forward as a "free press" news source or a voice for the people of "America That Was"... ;)

There are a few members on here that certainly do...

I think I would blog as Junior Chubb unless going to print and/or getting paid. Its a lot safer not using your real name for anything online, but I knew what you meant.

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Well, there is one thing that I know...Pakistan is corrupt as *****...pardon my french. So all questions regarding info on their end, I totally can see past it..

LOL...even if you spell it differently it still gets blurred on this site...guys, its a rated R world, not PG.

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Oh lord, not another Source. So it's been hijacked by the Taliban then. Right. And Pakistani airspace isn't at all monitored closely by anyone. No. And it crossed right across India too, without being detected. Yes. The Taliban have an extensive network of airfields capable of handling a 777, then, do they? That's interesting to know as well.

I don't believe this scenario, but India is not as well developed as you may think. I have been there many times, to various different parts and it's far from 1st world. Also, a skilled pilot can land a 777 on a fairly flat field if needed. No need for an airport.

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... Also, a skilled pilot can land a 777 on a fairly flat field if needed. No need for an airport.

You've heard of this done?

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I don't believe this scenario, but India is not as well developed as you may think. I have been there many times, to various different parts and it's far from 1st world. Also, a skilled pilot can land a 777 on a fairly flat field if needed. No need for an airport.

Their air defense system is pretty good though, at least on the border with Pakistan. They just IOCed their AFNET system which is an advanced air defense network with very modern radar systems. A 777 penetrating that area would be a big embarrassment but of course it would be coming from inside India, I guess.

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I also think the plane is in terrorists hands.and they will use it aginst America or Israel

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Oh lord, not another Source. So it's been hijacked by the Taliban then. Right. And Pakistani airspace isn't at all monitored closely by anyone. No. And it crossed right across India too, without being detected. Yes. The Taliban have an extensive network of airfields capable of handling a 777, then, do they? That's interesting to know as well.

Yes, heaven forbid that the curious person should consider another source. Like Dubya advised us, "let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories".

Let's make our minds up quickly, eh Colonel?

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A mortar the size of a football can't fly over Pakistan without radar knowing it. Literally.

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A mortar the size of a football can't fly over Pakistan without radar knowing it. Literally.

Heck, the Pakistanis positively LOVE us, don't they?

Everybody over there LOVES us, don't they? We are so just, so kind, so honest as we kill their people, eh?

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Heck, the Pakistanis positively LOVE us, don't they?

Everybody over there LOVES us, don't they? We are so just, so kind, so honest as we kill their people, eh?

I have no clue what you are talking about here..but I was talking about being picked up by US radar...

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The radar network along the India Pakistan border is probably only rivaled by the one along the North/South Korean border.

A Cessna, much less a 777, would have a hard time through there.

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Heck, the Pakistanis positively LOVE us, don't they?

Everybody over there LOVES us, don't they? We are so just, so kind, so honest as we kill their people, eh?

Your anger and hatred for America are clouding your judgement. I suspect the steady diet of 911 truther garbage has irreparably damaged your psyche.

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Your anger and hatred for America are clouding your judgement. I suspect the steady diet of 911 truther garbage has irreparably damaged your psyche.

Nice try. Using the 'hate America' argument.

I believe, like myself, that he loves the land he was born on and its people too.

You're confused with his mistrust for GOV. And deservingly so.

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