What happened to the two guys that got vanned for spilling the beans on a top secret aircraft?
Anyone got screenshots, it was fascinating to be honest, also the guy who is predicting some shit tomorrow was on that thread too.
>lost their security clearances
>got interrogated for hours in an uncomfortable chair
>had their hard drives, internet history through ISP, and cell phones searched
>will face either court martial or prosecution if civilian
>will never work a meaningful job again
But by all means, let's repost screencaps
No, the details in his posts were close enough to be legitimate. Even if he wasn't entirely correct, he posted information about highly sensitive locations. Which is enough in and of itself
honestly its better than
>Feel the bern get
>Trump got stumped
Kinda of a breath of fresh air, nothing is happening with Saudi Iran shit nor the India Pakistan shit.
Gotta give the riddle guy credit for coming up with convoluted theories based around coincidental events.
Aircraft mechanic here.
I tried to read through those threads but didn't really find anything too technical. I'm sad that a technician would "spill the beans" and not even give any good details aside from "I think they are scram jets lol".
I know he said he worked on the detection pod, but I didn't even see many highly technical things about that other than things I could have just guessed.
Its a shame because I would have really liked to know more of the technical aspects.
>Needing a couple of posters to tell you tomorrow will be bad.
If a fucking camel farts in the middle east it triggers massive selloffs. This shit with Iran is -bad-. Well at least bad enough so the Fear Index is flashing and going *WHOOOP! WHOOOP! WHOOOP!* It will probably end up not turning into much but in the short term panic sellers are gonna panic.
They showed up a while ago in my riddler thread the night of the Star Wars premiere, which riddler turned out to be... you guessed it... a faggot.
Riddler responded to one of the guys "Mark?" and everyone went insane trying to find who it was. If nothing happens today, I will be even angrier
I read it, it was about Ghouls SB-3 planes that uses conventional jets for take off and landing but uses pulse jets for normal travel. It has interchangeble pods for either sigint elint or humint ops or conventional nukes. they are all named after generals such as the spirit of patton, I remember him talking about the russians having a new radar system that followed a US submarine and a new propulsion for their bomber. I remember he also talked about how his work is very secret like if the red light is on he cant leave if its green he can go and all other stuff. very plausiuble if you ask me
Ah wait, that wasn't my thread, that was the Riddler's newer thread. Riddler responded "Mark?" to him, and then we dug around looking for Marks that work for Lockheed Martin.
Bullshit, as I said
Honestly it was an interesting read, /x/ has something but its pretty dry there. Thought the thread would survive despite having "get" threads.
To the guy that posted an image only to get the image deleted, then get his posted deleted; you ain't clever trying to spark a 2spooky4u post; pretty bland.
It was about this aircraft with harry potter wings.
And this stuff from the world health organization about an imminent Jan 4th attack
You know all they keep doing is "easing" us into this technology they already posses and have possessed for decades. Look up SR4 and The Looking Glass as well as the Orion cube. You will see new "technologically superior" aircraft start popping up more and more this year.
I was typing that post before i refreshed the page to see later why you deleted it. The "omg post got deleted" schtick ain't that 2spooky anymore, its been done a million times. So my bad, I understand why you had to redact it.
This the only OC content I've seen in a while, had to run an errand before I could finish reading the thread, then I came back at the whol board was trying to get "muh 6 gorillion". /x/ has soemthing about tomorrow, but its dry in terms of anything new.
NWO ON SUICIDE WATCH
Trump Status = UnStumped
True, obviously I don't deal with anything supersonic.
I still just find it odd that they might have chosen a pulse jet. I can only wonder what modifications they could have made to make them better than traditional turbojet, or hell if the aircraft is as big as I imagine, high bypass turbofan.
Wait, he said Pacific Island? I probably read it as Indian ocean, and I'm too lazy to scroll up.
I don't think anything happened, he was just some shitposter.
Since the riddler showed up, /pol/ and /x/ have been full with sp00ky shitposts
The same thing the riddler said would happen on the Star Wars premiere.
I don't care if your a spoopy CIA man to derail the thread, but can I get sauce with sound? and fuck you im not supid about her name on the left hand corner.
How did you get that conclusion?
Also still looking for source to download all of "miss picas" videos
Because the Riddler, a guy who claims to be from London, using a Canadian proxy, replies to an American poster who's talking about secret weapons systems with the name "Mark?". Then a few weeks/days later, another troll thread appears with someone saying his name was "Marc Txxxxxxx".
Just for the record, Airplane-anon posted the same thing I think in an October? thread.
Except he change the names of the planes to being named after Civil War battles instead of Generals.
It was a great bit of LARPing, but he went too heavy on the details of his history and whatnot to try and sell that it was accurate. Nobody with top secret would be so stupid. He told every detail of his imaginary life.
There has been interest in a variant known as a pulse detonation engine which achieves much better thermodynamic efficiency (while being far more stupidly loud than a regular pulse jet) and should be theoretically be capable of running from takeoff to hypersonic.
thats the set on Independance Day 2.
A friend worked on that set.
>He told every detail of his imaginary life.
Yeah. He posted enough info to nail him to a tree in about half an hour of searching for the appropriate agency. If real - too dumb for words. If fake - too obvious. Rest of it rang true though. I'm in R&D and have done defence stuff. Comment re. BAE was accurate as were procedural stuff. But the history details were too detailed to hide identity in any way.
The revelations basically consisted of:
>some codes, who knows if they were valid and if they were they surely were changed
>new combination hypersonic bomber / sigint / elint / humint plane, reconfigurable for different missions
>called SB-3 Ghoul or Ghouls, about 2 dozen in service, go like super duper fast (too fast to be harmed) and high, land with conventional engines but use pulse jets for their high speed work
>has nukes of course, rotary launchers, dial-a-yield and enormous big ass ones for leveling shitty non-countries like Belgium
>probably mind control beams and all kinds of crazy shit
>also a kinetic gun was tested by the x-37b on some fucking island in the middle of nowhere, 50kt and it's only a 1/10th scale model of the real gun - not a nuke, just like a big pellet gun really moving fast.
A bunch of other shit was posted, including some ELF SDR type panadapter displays and shit but that could have been snarfed from a dozen online and thousands of ELF monitoring stations run by hams and experimenters and researchers around the world. 8/10 bretty good roleplay if that's what it was. Still I have seen those donuts on a rope contrails which are characteristic of pulse jets here over the great empty High Desert.
I don't mean just because the WebSDR will be offline JUST for tomorrow. Who knows in this crazy world how long you'll be able to shoot your internets all the way to Holland and suck at the teat of a grad student's free radio?
Man up, buy a proper radio. I will help you figure out what to buy even if you tell me what kind of money and skill level you possess.
If you aren't poor and want to be a ham you can build one of these.
Was he drunk and depressed when he posted the same "details" in October, except with different names for the planes?
If he lied about the names of the planes, then why believe any of it?
I work in London and all the Jewish people in my work (finance firm in Canary Wharf) are leaving the country this week for some special convention in the USA.
Hopefully it's not a coincidence.
not that guy but i'm interested. tell me what a low-end, mid-range and high-end set up can do, what each would cost and what i need and what to buy. i'm better than the average idiot with computers but otherwise have no experience. just want to listen to shit.
It's quite possible that one or more of these systems became operational in some black budget sense, or were improved and deployed since. Who can say, other than crazy role players / leaking actual dudes? Who knows.
So got screen caps of that?
I always wondered, how strong of a signal do HAM radios receive, always assumed that truckers used them to communicate with other truckers within a few hundred miles.
>So got screen caps of that?
not anymore...another anon delivered earlier today and I closed the tab
It was a thread from October I believe that was a tell us your secret thread, something along those lines.
Don't bother, idiots now adays will go OMG IT WAS IN [media] [game] LOL U FAGGOT
next 100 years they will say Nazi's were fake because they were in videogames first and all the footage is from some old 90s game.
I didn't know there had been an earlier thread so I read it and noticed he changed the names of the planes from civil war battles to military generals or whatever spirit of patton in the recent thread.
He woulda got v& long ago if it was legit, but regardless there was that inconsistancy that makes all of it dubious, along with the ridiculous amount of personal information he revealed.
They came out with their first credible SDR but I'm an Elecraft man. Made in the USA, build it yourself, all modular backplane based construction. Brilliant and they have the best customer service of any company in the world.
Fuckin' Yaesu takes 3 months to fix your radio, Elecraft mails you the board for free and it gets there 2 days later, you take out the broken part and send it back.
Built in test equipment onboard the Elecraft radios means you can and do align and maintain the whole thing yourself. A jap radio needs to be sent in to the factory or somebody with a full electronics lab and a radio repair shop to do it.
Full SDR IQ outputs too on the newer rigs of course. Also you can control, receive and transmit with your home radio over the internet with this here lap board:
>The ELINT "pod" payload specialist for the Ghoul was Marc TXXXXX. German-American.
I dont know where this information came from, im guessing someone just made it up when that guy randomly said Mark and just added that name
hol up, bitches, I got this:
his original post
I dunno how to link but here's his posts:
Anonymous ID:sQX6VeRe Fri 25 Dec 2015 17:15:29 No.59292299 Report
Huh, the Top Secret SB-3 Ghoul modular bombers are named after military men. #13 is called "The Spirit of Patton."
Anonymous ID:sGWaWgId Tue 20 Oct 2015 17:39:24 No.54099143 Report
Each Ghoul is named "Spirit of [Insert Revolutionary War Battle]."
>I always wondered, how strong of a signal do HAM radios receive, always assumed that truckers used them to communicate with other truckers within a few hundred miles.
I can and do achieve reliable communications over thousands of miles with very little power. Worldwide with a hundreds watts depending on the band is no problem, worldwide on ten watts or less is doable many nights! There are a huge variety of ham radio interests. I tend to use QRP or low power communications, with a mobile antenna setup and a small radio in order to be able to play ham radio when I travel. I have a powerful home station though too. I mainly use morse code and digital communications protocols on the high frequency spectrum, but some voice too.
Truckers use CBs which aren't quite so long range without serious amplifiers, but from my base here in the Pacific Northwest I can regularly hear Hawaiian and Texan truckers. Also mucho mexicanos.
It's an art and a skill, anybody can blast a huge signal out of an expensive radio but one of my radios which I have used to communicate hundreds of miles with fits into an altoids tin.
Got any tips for me and >>60012387 ?
I'm not sure I'm in any position to drop thousands of dollars, but I'd like to learn a little more about it.
We'll have to see how many shekels it takes to buy a decent radio first, but I'll keep you posted :^)
Basically you can be a really super big time radio nerd and build shit or experiment and invent new radio technology (almost all we have was made by hams of course) or you can just be more normal and use it to yack about your bum hip and arthritis, or to help you communicate with your dune buggy friends in the desert and shit.
It's a huge hobby. Remember BBS's from the 1980s and 1990s modem days? Well they never went away over the ham radio, no shit. Tons of fun stuff out there.
I got into HAM radio a few years ago, got a Yaesu after a Baofeng UV5R.
I enjoyed the company of my fellow autists at Ham Radio Outlet that don't mind my nervous tics and inability to make eye contact.
>one of us
>I also loved BBSs in the 80's
I had a class on that shit when i was a Electronics Tech. (working on engineering now)
I wanted to make a system at the time, to transmit digital data over 500 miles to another computer. Was gonna use a code so the other computer on the other end had to have the program to decipher it. But, never got the chance to build it.
I am licensed but never do any ham shit.
>tell me what a low-end, mid-range and high-end set up can do, what each would cost and what i need and what to buy. i'm better than the average idiot with computers but otherwise have no experience. just want to listen to shit.
>I was writing almost this exact response but could not articulate it. Thanks!
OK, so you have to determine a couple of things: antenna siting, interest level, budget. Do you want to be a ham? Or do you just want to try to hear different signals and listen?
RTLSDR and most any cheap ass TV USB stick type thing will get you started, but it's a pretty fucking shitty radio overall. Lots of people use them as a starter rig. $35-120? You want one of the ones that has an HF downconverter built in, look for that because all the skykings are on HF.
If you want to be a ham your options could run into the thirty thousand dollar range with pic related.
I have a totally tricked out ultra portable Elecraft KX-3 hybrid analog / SDR transceiver, PX-3 panadapter / spectrum scope, and KXPA-100 amplifier set. The amplifier goes up to 110 watts, a little inside joke for Spinal Tap fans. I can run the whole setup on a car battery for weeks and I have solar panels and piles of batteries and backup power like a good ham.
>I am licensed but never do any ham shit.
lcwo.net and learn morse code and get on HF for your end of the world habbening news. It'll be the only thing left.
Also screenshot, I can control my radio when it's at home, with my ipad like if I leave town or go to the Haarbuks coffee. Software's called Hamlog.
>You gotta get off the repeaters and onto HF radio you nerd.
true dat, I'm poorfag in aparrtment tho
whoever mentioned the Hams talking about their health was right. The technology is interesting, but the content on those repeaters leaves a lot to be desired.
>still better than CB
>lcwo.net and learn morse code and get on HF for your end of the world habbening news. It'll be the only thing left.
You really do this? You're correct, of course.
>when I got my license there was a WW2 vet getting his
>wish I'd talked to him more
Nice trips. I have a loop antenna which is perfect for apartment people.
>Nice trips. I have a loop antenna which is perfect for apartment people.
What witchcraft is this?!? Tell me more, anon. How much will a setup cost me, and can you tell me what brand of antenna that is?
>Whats your call sign?
That's like asking him what his name and address is. on /pol/. You can look up his info by that.
>You really do this?
Thanks! You've given me a lot to consider here and within your other posts. I certainly appreciate the time you took to enlighten us.
So far I'd like to listen and tinker a little bit as my living situation is going to change soon and I'll have more space to tool around in, and some more income to toss into it. My grandfather was big into radios when I was young but after he died his equipment seemed to disappear with him, so I've been longing to jump start even a small but effective setup. Thanks again for the information!
>What witchcraft is this?!? Tell me more, anon. How much will a setup cost me, and can you tell me what brand of antenna that is?
It's the Chameleon M-Loop which is out of production now. It was made for some ninja special forces in Europe or something and the guy sold a bunch more to hams too for about $700 a pop. The ring can be taken apart and stowed, and my radio shown in
fits in another pelican 1200 case. Both can go in my backpack and I can ford rivers and shit without hurting the gear. Great for backpacking trips.
Total invested at this point into the hobby, $10k easy. I also have a bunch BUNCH more gear.
Very comfy pic, anon.
>dat BP pistol
I must get one.
>Didn't know. Hell i don't even know mine.
I can't remember mine either. Your name /call sign/and I believe address are all public record. It's been a while since I've looked mine up. It's on a website.
>It's the Chameleon M-Loop which is out of production now. I
Wow that thing is sick.
yeah, I can see how it's very easy for gear to just start multiplying. Kinda like guns in the safe. I find shit I didn't even remember I had.
arrl.org has everything you need. Many foreign hams even are members of the ARRL.
You can go to eham.net and choose practice exams from the left hand menu and take the tech one until you master it, then go in and take the test and you will pass.
Repeat and invest as much money as you can spare and have a good time. It's healthier but maybe no cheaper than crack cocaine.
That radio above the amp was made in the 50s and used all the way up until gulf war I, and is still used at NASA.
The Collins R-390a, made in good old Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Keeping these fine military beauties going is a hobby of mine. Pictured is the Swiss spy / diplomatic / SHTF traditional radio and strange PHONE BASED bunker to bunker radio E-606.
Also if any of you fags trusts me, go right now to universal radio or another ham store or retailer and buy an Icom R-20. They are going to go out of production any day and it's one of the finest hand held radios ever. There is no credible replacement coming, it's the end of an era. The battery lasts forever, it does LF-3 GHz, scans, has a spectrum scope, and with a wire antenna has credible HF performance. Most handhelds do not do SSB or CW, and most lack a filter and variable RF gain control.
I got mine niggas.
R-390a has over 15 tubes baby!
I want the Koln E-52, which the Nazis made and a good working unit is over $35k now.
Investment grade nazi radios man, it's the new hot tip for where to put your retirement cash.
Project Thor was very real, but canned because kinetic bombardment became woefully impractical as jet bombers and "bunker buster" bomb technology advanced.
Unlike Call of Duty, a real kinetic bombardment platform would not magically shoot straight down at the planet. It would just give the rod a retrograde nudge to put it on a sub-orbital trajectory. Thus, it would only be useful for stationary targets.
Also you can't exactly hide a satellite. The ISS can even be seen with the naked eye.
Ultimately a long-range bomber with modern bombs could do the same job for a fraction of the cost, while being much more versatile.
That's actually good info since all jews were warned of 911 and were not in the building thanks based anon bro
>Thanks! You've given me a lot to consider here and within your other posts. I certainly appreciate the time you took to enlighten us.
We hams always love new blood, if only for the used radios you will sell us LOL.
>So far I'd like to listen and tinker a little bit as my living situation is going to change soon and I'll have more space to tool around in, and some more income to toss into it. My grandfather was big into radios when I was young but after he died his equipment seemed to disappear with him, so I've been longing to jump start even a small but effective setup. Thanks again for the information!
Get a decent quality receiver to start with, a ham can never have too many radios so even if it doesn't transmit you'll probably use it.
Shortwave monitoring freaks use slightly different radios called monitoring receivers usually, but ham radios usually do the same shit but can also transmit. I recommended the Icom R-20 above, but it's not an SDR so lots of gee whiz types might sneeze at it. It is a kick fucking ass handheld radio though, the last of its kind. Or one of those RTLSDR stype setups, you'll have to research that shit but it's cheaper and all computery and shit if you're into that angle.
Some of you anon are all right. Please try ham radio.
I think I may have to start with a RTLSDR to start with, given I'm stuck in an apartment for a few months. It would certainly help to familiarize myself with the hobby in general, but I know I would really love to build my own radio, and would eventually piece it out.
Any pitfalls or makes to be mindful of? Things to avoid in general or even things to keep an eye out for?
I've got a shitload of little teeny radios and handguns and knives and little other kinds of tiny gear that you guys could probably never even identify, like some of the stuff in this photo.
Nah, just don't feel too shitty if it takes you buying and selling a few radios before you settle on the one you want.
I strongly recommend skipping that waste of time and money and looking hard at Elecraft, I'm totally shilling for them it seems but I am just a happy customer.
The president emailed me after I bought my radio and turns out he designed the thing I bought, so he answered my technical question and then called me later to thank me for the purchase.
Try that shit with a Jap radio company.
But the Japs do make a good and cheap radio. The Elecraft models come in sheet metal boxes and shit, sturdy but maybe not super gorgeous like this:
But that one'll cost ya, $10k.
>dunno the handset, I'm betting its chinese
Yaesu VX-8 APRS submersible rugged data / voice transceiver
>dunno the .45
Colt New Agent
thanks for playing
ooooh hahaha my bad, I meant to say HP, probably like an 11c or 12c
I have one in .22 short and one in Long. Wish I had the bigger magnum framed ones though. The smaller one jumps around too much in my hand.
>>dunno the handset, I'm betting its chinese
>Yaesu VX-8 APRS submersible rugged data / voice transceiver
yeah, been a long time since I looked at those.
>>dunno the .45
>Colt New Agent
I'm not a .45 guy, so had no idea
>thanks for playing
>probably like an 11c or 12c
It's actually a credit-card sized clone of the HP-41CX by a company called Swiss Micros. Nice work though, it uses a similar layout to the 12c.
Yeah I like the NAA, it's a small but fierce gun. The folding grip handle makes it controllable. I will probably buy a new one soon, they have one with proper rear and front sights now for ninja operating.
>>probably like an 11c or 12c
>It's actually a credit-card sized clone of the HP-41CX by a company called Swiss Micros. Nice work though, it uses a similar layout to the 12c.
I recognized the layout but it didn't have the HP logo I was expecting. I had no idea there were clones, who knew?
>Yeah I like the NAA, it's a small but fierce gun. The folding grip handle makes it controllable. I will probably buy a new one soon, they have one with proper rear and front sights now for ninja operating.
I like that black widow. I haven't kept up with them, but the adjustable sights look new to me. I know they made a break top I'd love to have just because it's cool.
I dunno what velocity a .22 LR has out of that maybe 1" barrel of mine, but nobody wants to get shot and it might make enough noise and flash to scare off a nog. I have a Ruger LCP too, because need to deep conceal for reasons.
Serious question here,
What do you do with your equipment?
Like, you have a 10k badass radio receiver/emitter and you can talk to anyone (?) with a similar setup, or you can tune in to radio comms from all over the world?
What do you do in a one random hour of sittting in front of your radio? talking to people? listening to weird languages without understanding jackshit?
Counting how many SKYKING happened in the last hour?
>The bringback have a swasi on it?
I forget exactly, it's a lot
That's very cool, anon. I saw some Axis memorabilia at a gunshow in Vegas recently.
It means a lot more to me now than it used to.
I'd love to have something with a swastika on it, it's super cool.
did any of those guys said that they are test pilots and saw tr3 as well? if so they are just roleplaying, got caught redhanded 2 monthsvago rping here.
>>when I got my license there was a WW2 vet getting his
>>wish I'd talked to him more
The local radio club is probably pretty cool. I was tested by the PARG, the Phantom Amateur Radio Group which is made up of a bunch of old cold war radio warriors and radio spies, retired spooks and stuff.
Great times and great people in ham radio. I can just listen to some of these old Navy vets bang out morse code on an old Vibroplex key like they used 100 years ago, much faster than I think I ever will be able to even with my little bug keyer paddle.
Pictured, the key I will buy when I hit 20WPM. Magnetic tension, jeweled bearings and solid gold contacts. Begali Professional Magnetic. It's like $800 or something retarded but I'm a long way from 20WPM.
>Serious question here,
>What do you do with your equipment?
I talk to other hams, listen to shortwave, military, and civilian radio traffic, and generally just spin the dial a lot of time. I also monitor the local scanner frequencies and whatnot. I also use something called winlink that lets you use email, newsgroups, chat, and internet stuff over HF radio in case SHTF. But mainly it's fun and I've been at this for a really long time.
>Like, you have a 10k badass radio receiver/emitter and you can talk to anyone (?) with a similar setup, or you can tune in to radio comms from all over the world?
Yep. Also hams have dozens of satellites that we've launched over the decades and some of them still work great even after a long time, and it's all free for us to use. You only need a handheld walkie talkie sized transmitter to talk over the satellites as they pass overhead, to other hams that can also aim at it while they are also overhead.
>What do you do in a one random hour of sittting in front of your radio? talking to people? listening to weird languages without understanding jackshit?
Yeah could be anything. Sometimes I listen to North Korean music, I really like it. It's funny and unique as hell. There's always something. Sometimes I talk to other people using digital communications, morse code, voice, we can test antennas on each other, etc.
>Counting how many SKYKING happened in the last hour?
I don't monitor that regularly, maybe if like the lights went out and all the air raid sirens were going off continuously or something I would care but who gives a shit, it's the military reading encrypted codes out and nobody even knows what any of them mean.
It was supposed to happen today and well the predicted date passed, nothing happened so it's just one of the most elaborated ruses.
The guy posted codes and shit but it turns out to be a meme, as always it's just /x/ roleplaying.
It's nothing surprising. I'd be disappointed if they weren't working on a scram jet. We've been talking about it for 50 years now. If you're thirsting for info, I can hazard a shitty guess.
I'd assume a minimum per-unit cost of over 300 million. This is probably a severe understatement. This likely includes every sort of instrumentation imaginable. As for what that means, you could make an educated guess from the kits of other aircraft in service while assuming minor upgrades in all respects. Every kind of optics, fancy stealth communications shit, etc.
For armaments, I wouldn't expect much more than a few obscenely expensive guided missiles, meaning that the main purpose of the jet is going to be giving the US the capacity to bomb any location in the world within a few hours (without having a carrier or sub nearby). Once again, because it's a secret, I'd imagine that it is also nuclear capable. It wouldn't surprise me if they had a new generation of low-yield nuclear missiles that would allow the jet to carry multiple nuclear payloads that could be delivered anywhere in the world.
I just want it to shoot lasers though.
Hell, if anything, it's more likely to be roots for a smear campaign than any actual Trump.
>virus released in February
>Americas borders closed in March
In these time hundred of people fly to America from Rome, and some times with stops in Paris or London. Which mean if in is this lethal, more infected people will fly to America before March.
This is bullshit without any logic behind it. Also;
>West to China
Kek. Classic /x/ retard.
All of this was psyop in order to make pol/acks scared of sharing critical informations here.
There were no vanned anon.
Don't ever be affraid of sharing sensible info, they can't to anything to you.