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#21 Post by meles meles »

We're sure it is just a co-incidence, but the Shadows have recently been flying around areas of higher Covid 19 incidence, frequently followed a day or two thereafter by NPAS P.68 aircraft. One has the capability to detect, quantify, geo-locate and track electronic emissions - say, phobile moans. Gives a nice indication of mobility in an area. The second can confirm and correlate that data with its imaging systems. Elsewhere in the world when that sequence is seen, a Reaper tends to follow along in due course to eliminate a perceived problem.

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meles meles wrote:Elsewhere in the world when that sequence is seen, a Reaper tends to follow along in due course to eliminate a perceived problem.
If only......... lol
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meles meles wrote:We're sure it is just a co-incidence, but the Shadows have recently been flying around areas of higher Covid 19 incidence, frequently followed a day or two thereafter by NPAS P.68 aircraft. One has the capability to detect, quantify, geo-locate and track electronic emissions - say, phobile moans. Gives a nice indication of mobility in an area. The second can confirm and correlate that data with its imaging systems.
The P68 was out over us and Kelstern late yesterday evening, apparently trying to track down some crims on a quad bike but to no avail. A couple of heat seeking missiles would have probably helped the crew get the job done.
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#24 Post by meles meles »

You may jest, but callsign 'Prowler' took off from Thetford and popped over your way not long after. It's an Apache...
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#25 Post by Polchraine »

channel12 wrote:I can confirm that aircraft did fly over the Binbrook area around 4.50 ish on the 19th. It's currently flying in the general Lincolnshire area and is visible on FR24. Search for ZZ504 and it seems RAF training flights are visible these days.
That plane does have a pointy nose so could look 3 engined.
For LIVE data ADSB Exchange is a better option ...https://globe.adsbexchange.com/ If you then click the "U" in te tup right corner, only military aircraft are shown and unlike FR24 there is no filtering applied. The Blue layers icon to te right of UHT gives various overlays - select te three UK ones and often you will see AWACS or other flying exacly round one of te circles, or in flight refuelling in specific locations.


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