Pas lui, un autre pilote "à la moustache légendaire" (comme Jack Krine ) mais il faisait partie des pilotes de l'USS Theodore Roosevelt présents ce jour-là, dit-il. Il a reconnu la vidéo, les voix, au moment de la publication de l'article du New York Times en 2017 :klingon a écrit:Pour moi, Graves a filmé GIMBAL
As I read the NYT piece and saw the accompanying video, I was struck by a peculiar sense of synchronicity, almost deja vu. I have previously seen this video. I recognized these voices. I was present when it was recorded, and I witnessed its briefing to the Admiral of the strike group onboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71).
I also recognized the voices. The pilot of the fateful flight was a member of VFA-11 and a skilled aviator whose tactical expertise won him the honor of being named the top performer across the whole East Coast Naval Aviation Enterprise.
Il décrit toujours ce que faisait l’escadron Ripper 11 avec "they" (ils) pas "we" (nous) donc il n'en faisait pas partie : "they assumed it was a penetration test", "the aircrew was baffled by what they saw on their sensors"...
Un changement de radar a coïncidé avec les apparitions de PAN.
Source : https://ryangraves.substack.com/p/gimbalThe NYT was unaware that the GIMBAL incident was not isolated. It was merely one of the numerous UAP detections that alarmed pilots. We have detected unusual radar encounters practically every day since upgrading our radars to the APG-79 in 2014.