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Unmarked black helicopter flying over my house

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by lumanaughty, Jun 17, 2013.

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  1. lumanaughty

    lumanaughty Member

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    Today there was a helicopter flying over my house a few times (3 or 4), so I decided to take some pictures.

    I contacted the FAA about the low fly overs and they said that it sounds like a military helicopter and their pilots and aircraft are not regulated by the FAA, so there is nothing they can to.

    Searching the internet comes up with a lot of "interenting" articles about black helicopters related to cattle mutations and the UN landing troops in the US. :) Also, I read that the military is required by law to have an emblem on their aircraft, but I didn't seen anything.

    Does anyone have any real information about unmarked black helicopters?

    [didn't know the correct forum to post in - plz move if needed]
     

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  2. Officers'Wife

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    Now that you mention it the A-10's that often circle our farm have no markings as well. As low as they fly I just assumed they were waiting for someone to open a barn door so they could stop for coffee.
     
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    You need to post this in the tin foil section.
     
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    Looks like a military bird. We had A-10s and Blackhawks doing fly-overs quite frequently when I lived in El Paso (close proximity to Ft. Bliss).
     
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    They are trying to scan your family's brains. A quick google search will give you some dyi solutions to this invasion of privacy.
     
  6. Fred Fuller

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    Do we have to do this again?
     
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