Re: Black Helicopters
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MACCFound@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 4/26/2004 9:35:58 PM Pacific Standard Time,from?
> stevegee58a@y... writes:
> > The question is, where are these mysterious black helicopters
> >I live in the area around Site R, Camp David and FEMA/NFA
> Black Helicopter Hyperlist or
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
headquarters. I am constently seeing blackhawks fly over my house to
Site R(since my house is almost right under the "flight line" to
Site R). When the president is at Camp David for the weekend, the
goverment or secret service always stations 2 blackhawks in the
field behind the FEMA/NFA headquarters. They will take off, usually
in a pair, very low and fast towards Site R without warning right.
Also, the helicopters are very easily seen from route US 15
- If the helicopters look like two-seaters, with a teardrop shaped fuselage, they may be Hughes OH6-A Cayuse, Light Observation Helicopters. These are Vietnam War era machines still in use today.
The OH6-A looks like a two seater, but can actually hold 4 souls, depending on configuration. The nickname for the OH6-A is"Loach." It is powered by a single turboshaft engine mounted behind the crew compartment.
Kevin Hritz, W3QD
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, April 26, 2004 12:52 PM
Subject: [coldwarcomms] Black Helicopters
They were not particularly big
and were not your typical military-looking choppers. I'd say they
were Bell Jet Ranger sized or smaller. Most were very small and
appeared to be barely big enough for 2 people. Certainly they're
based in the D.C. area, considering their range.
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- On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 10:48:44AM -0000, Steve wrote:
> I was afraid I'd get an answer like this. I'm not into "WorldI believe you commented on black helos that appeared on 9/11.
> Government" conspiracies and the like. I'm merely a curious
> observer of mysterious aircraft.
> BTW, half the links were dead and the remainder were to sites of
> paranoiacs and religious fanatics.
It has recently become public that the full US governement COG
plan was put into effect on that morning, thus it is likely that your
black helos were associated with that effort (relaying groups of VIPs to
Where the COG helos are normally stored during non emergencies
is an interesting question. But it is known that fleets of them
are kept at the ready...
And no, I don't think I speak as a religious fanatic, and while
sometimes a bit paraniod, I do believe the COG plan as described by
various folks including Richard Clarke is real and was activated that
Dave Emery N1PRE, die@... DIE Consulting, Weston, Mass 02493
- Hello everybody.
I asked on another web site about our "Black Helicopters" and
the following answers
Hi Lars & All,
this whole "Black Helicopters" thing is just an urban myth/shaggy-
dog story/internet conspiracy dreamed-up by some strange people
across The Pond.
Hundreds of Army choppers use 'Army' as their call-signs. For
example, UH-60L 92-26420 would use 'Army 26420' as a standard call-
sign. I don't understand what the 'mystery' is about that at all:
it's been standard practice for as long as I can remember.
I went to the site you posted and the first web page that actually
worked in that long list of links was this one:
The pictures on that page show an ordinary US Army UH-60 Black Hawk
in standard GREEN paint! Why all the fuss?
I remember people talking about 'Black Helicopters' in the aftermath
of the Waco siege, it was on a TV programme on one of the satellite
channels, and the choppers they showed were just Texas Army National
Guard Hueys and Kiowas.
I guess the moral of the story is don't put too much faith in
something just because it appears on the 'net! :-)