FAA: Jets Flying In Formation Over Philly Was ‘Military Operation’

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A group of jets flying in formation over Philadelphia on Monday evening was a military operation, a spokesperson for the FAA said.

What does that mean exactly? No one is saying yet.

KYW Newsradio received a number of tip calls and photos that show what appears to be a jetliner flanked by two aircraft over each wing.  

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The North American Air Defense Command typically would scramble fighter jets to intercept or escort a potential threat. But a NORAD spokesman says they were not involved.

There was no immediate comment from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

FAA: Jets Flying In Formation Over Philly Was ‘Military Operation’

2 thoughts on “FAA: Jets Flying In Formation Over Philly Was ‘Military Operation’

  1. I did federal Eye Tee contracting in my earlier years. For the FAA.

    That was before Nixon fired them.

    I’ve never seen such pale goolish white people before at Sea-Tac before in my life.

    I hate to tell you this…

    But when you fly now.

    If it isn’t AI…

    There’s a meth head talking to your pilot.

    Looking at a radar screen on a 48hr shift.

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