The 'black' USAF C-32Bs

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Re: The 'black' USAF C-32Bs

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Have read this very interresting story, sometimes it seems a bit far fetched, but remember, the US still has some shadowy business going on.

Funny thing about the mentioned N591UA, Airframes.org has this remark about it:
w/o 2001-09-11 near Shanksville, PA, USA, 44(44). Flight UAL93 from Newark (KEWR) NJ 0847 to San Francisco (KSFO), crashed into woods at 1037. Strangely, no official NTSB accident report exists.
Same for N644AA:
w/o 2001-09-11 Arlington, VA, USA, 64(i)+125. Flight AAL77 from Washington-Dulles (KIAD) 0810 to Los Angeles (KLAX), crashed into Pentagon after diverting ER IAD-LAX at 0940. Owner USBL. Strangely, no official NTSB accident report exists.
So.... What does this mean?

Conspiracy? Anyone? :wink:
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Conspiracy? Anyone? :wink:
Not really:
A simple search on google resulted in the following on http://911research.wtc7.net/planes/evidence/ntsb.html :
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 are under the jurisdiction of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Safety Board provided requested technical assistance to the FBI, and this material generated by the NTSB is under the control of the FBI. The Safety Board does not plan to issue a report or open a public docket
Sounds logical IMHO.

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Re: The 'black' USAF C-32Bs

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I was just joking, hence the :wink:
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Re: The 'black' USAF C-32Bs

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the only one I have seen, 02-4452, was back in appx. 2007 here are a few shots

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And another one popped up this week.
In the Netherlands appeared this one on my SBS screen this week 25-08-2011 at 20.24h lt.
AE4AE8 09-0016 C-32B callsign SAM96 overflew The Netherlands at 37000 feet.
Anybody know where it landed or came from ???.
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It went to Ramstein. By the way an 89AW example, so not a black one I suppose!

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Nilson wrote:It went to Ramstein. By the way an 89AW example, so not a black one I suppose!

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Aaahh alright the SAM callsign give it away offcourse :oops: .
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wamovements wrote:On Feb26, 2000 I noted C-32B 86006 at Ramstein.
It is possible to show us the 86006 on photo here please?
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Well guys, time to revive this old chestnut again!

The 'mystery' unidentified 96143 has been on its travels again. It flew Stuttgart to Gander on 15 Dec as RCH6143 and had its usual selcal code filed on the FPL once again.

Anyone got any pics of it at Stuttgart to have another go at IDing it?
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Rob, see http://www.strforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=7780 ,however at this moment i can't open it.
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because it was viewed to many times. Here is the pic:
http://www.flugzeugforum.de/forum/showt ... 011/page79
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FISHER01 wrote:because it was viewed to many times. Here is the pic:
http://www.flugzeugforum.de/forum/showt ... 011/page79
That´s my picture. I catched it several Times at EDDS.

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Interesting to see that it now carries titles and a roundel.
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96143 appears to have been back at Stuttgart on 10-Jan-12.

From the photos posted above on its December visit are we any the wiser? It seems to have 12 windows on the starboard side plus a blank, so does this make it a contender for N610G in disguise? If so, it's re-stickered overnight in the US for the European trips as N610G is fairly active in the US at the moment based on hex code. N226G doesn't appear to be in the wild since mid-December. 25001 has popped up sporadically.

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Re: The 'black' USAF C-32Bs

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02-4452 flew over Atlantic Canada several times last year.
At November 2 2011 at 34975 foot heading 61 degrees.
At November 5 2011 at 33975 foot heading 223 degrees.
At November 6 2011 at 34975 foot heading 58 degrees.
At November 17 2011 at 39975 foot heading 255 degrees.

Hope this helps.
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