The Pentagon Washington DC- Image courtesy of Pixabay 'With Your Shield, Or On It'. | (Plutarch, Mor. 241) When we think of the veterans lost in the wake of the Flight-19 disappearance it seems pretty farfetched to be trying to connect their deaths in a training accident to any part of a conspiracy theory. But … Continue reading FLIGHT-19: & CONSPIRACY THEORY ( Part 1.) CONTEXT
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AVENGER PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND MISLEADING !! Dateline - 30 January 2020 It's a little noticed Flight-19 detail, but according to the U.S. Navy, (Image #1), there were two different models of TBM Avengers flying Navigational Hop-1 that day in 1945. Four of the planes were shown to be TBM-1C's , and the fifth, FT-28, was a … Continue reading FLIGHT-19 PICS – A Tale of Two Planes and Two Numbers!
All of my research thus far has led me to the conclusion that to get a true understanding of the events occurring, December 5th 1945 in Fort Lauderdale Florida, it is imperative for anyone researching Flight-19, that they visit the Naval Air Station Museum. I for one have been wanting to go for ages now, … Continue reading NAS Ft. Lauderdale: Where it all began.
Beware! Flight-19 Depth Perception will blow your mind! Alright, let me qualify that statement. If you are savvy and already familiar with the disappearance of the 1945 flight of missing Navy torpedo bombers than this book will make you re-evaluate and challenge all that you perceive as fact. Though the author relies mainly on secondary … Continue reading Review of “Flight-19 Depth Perception” by Michelle Lemburg.
The author Steve MacGregor sets out to outline his research into the mystery of the Flight-19 disappearance in a logical manner. He is quite successful at explaining the rudimentary timeline and his theory on the happenstance of both the TBM Avenger aircraft and one of the PBM rescue planes sent to find them. However, … Continue reading Review of “The Real Story of Flight-19”
To all my followers! Yes, all 8 of you. Here's my conundrum. I will shortly be becoming a Grand father not once but twice in the next several months. Thank you, thank you!! I am as you can imagine very excited. But that's not the problem. I need to get to Ft. Lauderdale to research … Continue reading Ft. Lauderdale or Bust!
Alongside December 7th, 1942, December 5th, 1945 is also a day that will forever be remembered infamously. Why is that you ask? Because it too was a day of great loss; another senseless tragedy for the country. We remember on that day 72 years ago when 14; World War II veterans; naval aviators and crew, … Continue reading DECEMBER 5TH, 1945 MEMORIAL | A day that lives in Infamy!
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"Prior to 1946 there was no Navy JAG and in 1945 the Navy I.G was in its infancy."