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43,050.  I suppose you think it’s pretty weird, don't you Mike?  Well.  You’d be right.  ’Cause that’s the kind of guy I am, right.  Weird.  Which is why I go over people’s heads.  A bit like an aeroplane.  You think I’m an aeroplane, don’t you, Mike?  Well I’m not.  (Comedy & Airplane)  The Young Ones, BBC series, 1/1 Demolition: Rick to Mike

 

 

94,632.  To the north of the terminal buildings I could see the high deck of the flyover straddling the airport entrance tunnel, clogged with traffic that seemed about to re-enact a slow-motion dramatization of our crash.  (Car & Pervert & Injury & Wounds & Airport & Roads & Accident)  J G Ballard, Crash

 

 

99,740.  Let’s start with ‘public seating area’; it’s a goddamned seat.  (Aircraft & Comedy)  George Carlin, Napalm and Silly Putty

 

 

100,013.  A series of things that are pissing me off … I have major psychotic hatreds … airport security … (Comedy & Airplane)  George Carlin, You Are All Diseased HBO 1999 audio

 

 

99,571.  From an MI5 document … Flight Pan Am 103: the Lockerbie flight: In 1995 an American Intelligence summary written three months before the bombing was released under the US Freedom of Information Act.  It warned of a terrorist attack and specifically mentioned Pan Am as a likely target.  (Lockerbie & Intelligence Agencies & Airplane)  Mark Thomas: Secret Map of Britain

 

 

99,656.  ‘I assure you everything’s all right.  Thank you.’  (Science Fiction Films & Aircraft)  The Day of the Triffids 1962 starring Howard Keel & Nicole Maurey & Janette Scott & Kieron Moore & Mervyn Johns & Ewan Roberts & Alison Leggatt & Geoffrey Matthews & Janina Faye et al, director Steve Sekely, blind air hostess to blind passengers  

 

 

48,154.  Twenty-two-year-old Penny Hale was also working in something of a man’s world.  The only woman technician on a team building a great British techno dream: Concorde.  (Engineering & Aircraft & Work)  Kirsty Young, The British at Work: Them and US 1964-1980, BBC 2011

 

 

78,544.  I have a problem — I have a real problem.  (Last Words & Problem & Aircraft)  Art Scholl, plane enters spin and crashes

 

 

7,758.  The CIA didn’t like awkward questions being asked of these high-flying aircraft.  And in fact we have evidence today that it had encouraged UFOs stories as a kind of veil in which it could hide some of this spy-plane technology.  (UFO & Aircraft)  Nick Pope, former Ministry of Defence UFO desk

 

 

7,820.  We do know from Sporenberg’s evidence that the Bell was a revolutionary device.  And the Fly Trap designed as its test-rig was fed with underground cables running to the heart of the structure ... Is it possible that the UFO sightings over Nazi Germany were related to this quest.  (UFO & Aircraft)  Nick Cook, Are UFOs Real? 1/2

 

 

63,649.  It’s the testing ground for the US Air Force’s most secret technology.  When the U2’s covert life ended, this is what Bissell’s designers came up with: the Blackbird is the apex of aerospace technology.  (UFOs & Aircraft)  Nick Cook, Are UFOs Real?  2/2 

 

7,822.  It wasn't just Bissell who had flying saucers on his mind.  Just across the border Avro, a Canadian-based company, had recruited talented British aerospace designer John Frost to work on a flying saucer ... Called the Avro-car it was a handful to fly and could barely get off the ground.  But it caught the eye of the United States Air Force.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid. 

 

7,823.  Buried in the depths of the archives I’ve discovered some blueprints which reveal something quite fantastic.  A supersonic saucer called the Silverbug.  It was truly revolutionary.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid. 

 

7,826.  The story of successive attempts to develop radically different forms of flight conducted under the strictest secrecy is inextricably bound up with our relationship with UFOs over the last sixty years.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

62,873.  Recently a series of sonic booms were heard exploding across California and Nevada.  Something was in the sky that could be heard and felt but not seen.  Some informed observers, and I’m one of them, believe it was an aircraft travelling at several thousand miles per hour, a secret project known as Aurora.  (Aircraft & Operations)  ibid.

 

 

7,846.  There is evidence in this recently declassified Air Force document that saucer-shaped aircraft were on the drawing boards of America’s technical intelligence center.  (UFO & Aircraft)  Riddle of the Skies, 1999

 

 

7,885.  Another group of highly credible witnesses is represented by airline pilots.  (UFO & Aircraft)  PSTV.tv - UFOs and the Military Elite

 

7,886.  February 28th 1996 Flight Air Shuttle 5959 travelling from Detroit to Cleveland observed a strange object of pulsating light. (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

7,887.  November 18th 1995 Flight Lufthansa 405 from New York to Frankfurt crosses an unidentified cylindrical object flying in the opposite direction and leaving a thick trail of green smoke behind.  The same object is seen by the pilot of British Airways 226 which follows the Lufthansa flight a few miles behind.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

7,888.  A similar incident was registered by Flight Swissair 127 in August [9th] of the same year.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

7,889.  May 26th 1995: the crew from Flight America West 564 travelling from Florida to Nevada observed a strange object with a series of flashing lights floating still in the skies of Texas.  (UFO & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

 

26,296.  A revolutionary new theatre of war was created – the air.  (World War I & Aircraft)  World War I in Colour: Blood in the Air

 

26,297.  British airships grew ever more sophisticated.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

26,298.  The Germans carried out the first civilian bombing in January 1915 on the Norfolk coast.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

26,299.  In May 1915 Zeppelins bombed London: seven civilians were killed.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

 

26,364.  31st May 1915: a new kind of terror campaign: for the first time in history innocent civilians were being bombed in their own homes.  (World War I & Aircraft)  Attack of the Zeppelins, Channel 4 2013

 

26,365.  An enormous airship called The Zeppelin.  For two longs years these gas-filled monsters poured down death with impunity.  While the British struggled to find a way to stop them.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

26,366.  Containing the gas is still a problem.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.   

 

26,367.  The beginning of modern warfare.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid. 

 

 

33,589.  The Persian Gulf Summer 1988: The Persian Gulf swarms with US Naval vessels and aircraft.  Just three months earlier an American ship had been badly damaged by an Iranian mine.  The Navy’s goal is to protect US oil tankers from increasingly hostile Iranian forces.  The centrepiece of the US presence was the USS Vincenze ... 290 passengers aboard a commercial Iranian Airline’s flight were dead.  (Iran & Aircraft)  Unsolved Mysteries

 

 

26,374.  It was a time when legends ruled the skies.  One legend time and memory has not eroded - the tale of the notorious Red Baron.  In 1918 Manfred von Richthofen, the peerless German ace, was shot down by a single bullet.  But who fired the fatal shot?  (World War I & Aircraft)  Unsolved History: The Death of the Red Baron

 

26,375.  Manfred Baron von Richthofen - the Red Baron.  An expert flyer and a superb marksman, the twenty-five-year-old German aristocrat commanded a crack air squadron in the Imperial Air Service.  From 1916 onwards the squadron known as Richthofen’s Flying Circus terrorised air foes in the skies over northern France.  Many tried to shoot the Baron down, and many died trying.  In January of 1917 Richthofen had grown so confident of his ability that he painted his plane bright red as a taunt to his enemies.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

26,376.  By April 1918 the Red Baron had single-handedly downed eighty enemy aircraft.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

 

26,377.  Of all the candidates, the only one left is Snowy Evans.  (World War I & Aircraft)  ibid.

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