I'll post it here just in case someone missed it, I'd say it's pretty good. Darn interesting to see the case presented this way:
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I think it's here someplace else too, but you're right. This particular production is very good. There seems to be no doubt that something out of the ordinary was going on. But what exactly? We're tempted to think it was a UFO ( as in alien craft ), but what if this was some sort of advanced training simulation? Back in the Golden Age of Ufology, it would not have been possible to pull-off anything like the Nimitz encounters. Today however it's conceivable that we could create the illusion of such craft, even if we can't actually engineer them physically.I'll post it here just in case someone missed it, I'd say it's pretty good. Darn interesting to see the case presented this way:
I've never seen any military reality television shows, but I don't think that this documentary is BS. I think these people are telling their experiences as they recall them. What that actually means is another story. One of the things that lends credence to the idea that some sort of super secret tech was behind the strange events, is that there were officials who seemed to have mysteriously showed up to take away the "bricks" ( data recorders ).I just wonder - I recall a "real-life" show on an US carrier, round 1999. Sounds like just before this. The commander guy look very familiar. The young lady pilot was then a rook, I remember the Cmdr pulling her off the list in bad weather. She protested, Cmdr flew in her place.
I cannot remember if it was the Nimitz, but was definite on of those air craft carriers. And I don't have video.
I'm 99% sure this is the same BS - do any of you remember this "naval" real television?
You are probably referring to the ten-part PBS series "Carrier" mentioned in Fravor's resume above. The blurb reads:do any of you remember this "naval" real television?