Re: An event with dynamic implications
- Hi, everyone -
Great article! Thanks! I'd be interested in researching more about
Wilson. Could I find out the source on this?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, etinvestigator1984@... wrote:
> For those who might have missed this...
> Colonel Wilson's first assignment was the Fighting 12th Fighter
> Squadron, Clark Air Force Base, the Philippines. As soon as he
> the Squadron was reassigned to Korea. He promptly was reassigned to
> 67th Fighter Squadron, forward-based at the Korean War's front
> graduated from Mustang propeller fighters to sleek Sabre jets, and
> soon doing supersonic runs down MIG Alley, dueling Communist jet
> On one run into enemy territory to bomb a dam, Colonel Wilson
> his load of bombs and watched the dam burst. As he turned his plane
> around to return to base, he felt pain in his stomach and looked
> see blood gushing from his side. The lieutenant radioed in that he
> been hit by ground fire. He reported his position and fuel level,
> added that he was about to pass out and would not be returning.
> Wilson's memory fades out at that point. But subsequent events
> extraordinary intervention by unseen helpers that kept him alive.
> Three days after Wilson radioed in that he was passing out, the
> control tower at the 67th Fighter Squadron base saw an extraordinary
> sight. Wilson's plane was coming in for a landing although its
> not running. The fuselage was surrounded by a strange greenish
> Flight line personnel, the officer of the day and Base Operations
> all looked on in amazement, as the plane made a perfect dead-stick
> landing. Inside they found Colonel Wilson still unconscious! He was
> rushed to a hospital. When he regained consciousness, he noted that
> shrapnel wound was almost completely healed! Furthermore, base staff
> informed him that his plane still had the same amount of fuel as
> was hit and radioed in his fuel level. The Lieutenant quickly got
> bed and secured a copy of the reports on his highly-unusual
> Shortly thereafter the original reports disappeared, and no one at
> base would talk about his miraculous return.
> Soon Colonel Wilson underwent numerous tests, and was debriefed on
> mysterious return incident by what he calls a "strange group". They
> administered testing, which revealed that his IQ had jumped from an
> already very high 162 to an unheard-of 232. After the testing was
> completed, he was returned to active duty.