Someone Just Spotted US Air Force Doomsday Planes Over Missouri
What did you do celebrate the new year? If you're the United States Air Force, you fly a 'doomsday plane' over Missouri. That apparently just happened as someone saw something they probably weren't meant to see.
I do keep track of where our military planes are just out of curiosity, but even I missed this one today. Someone from Missouri just shared this interesting video on YouTube showing one of the military's Boeing 747- E-4B Nightwatch planes right in the middle of Missouri.
After doing some investigative work, I found out that's not the only one. A US Air Force KC-46A Pegasus also crossed Missouri today and is over Illinois headed back to Missouri as of this writing.
It gets better. To add to the sky drama, there's also a C-130 that is near northeast Missouri right now near Keokuk, Iowa.
Now, let's answer the guy's question in the video he shared. No, it's not rare for an E-4B Nightwatch to be over Missouri. Since many of these planes are based out of Nebraska, they travel over Missouri and Illinois all the time just like this one did recently.
What is peculiar is so many different 'doomsday' scenario planes being over Missouri at the same time. No, there's no real reason for concern so don't go selling your earthly belongings just yet. It's just an interesting conjunction of some of the Air Force's most secret planes that just so happen to be over our heads right now.
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