The time line was suddenly interrupted by a tragic event. An airborne nuclear transport ended in a crash.
The MV-22 Osprey was on it's way to an unknown destination when it went down, and crashed near Glamis, CA.
A very sad event, as 5 servicemen and/or women passed away during the crash, according to mainstream media.
Others reported that the fate of the crew has yet to be disclosed.
There were reports and even an alert was issued for “radioactive material” on-board the MV-22 Osprey aircraft. But later on, the reports were changed stating that no radio active nor nuclear material was part of the cargo, carried by the Osprey tiltrotor aircraft, assigned to 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing.
Aircraft 'carrying nuclear material' crashes as five people on board presumed dead
"Preliminary reports indicate the aircraft was loaded with nuclear material with at least 5 people aboard. Rescue efforts and an investigation are underway."
The crash occurred near Glamis, an unincorporated community in the Colorado Desert.
According to the Calexico Chronicle, to military helicopters are circling the area about
Reporters at the scene also reported a thin column of smoke was seen rising in that area around 2 pm local time.
Source: mirror.co.uk - 6.8.2022
UPDATED: Status of 5 Marines Unknown Following MV-22B Osprey Crash in Southern California
Local television showed Navy helicopters in the area, where local and federal search-and-rescue crews had responded. The crash happened at about 12:25 p.m., 1st Lt. Duane Kampa, a 3rd MAW spokesman, said by phone from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, Calif. The area around Glamis, northeast of the Navy’s air facility at El Centro and northwest of Yuma, Ariz., is a sandy, desert area that’s popular with offroaders.
A regional aerial reporter, Malik Earnest, had posted on Twitter that “preliminary reports” indicated the Osprey had “nuclear material” aboard, and an online Broadcastify.com notice said an alert was issued for “radioactive material” on the aircraft.
But military officials said those reports of nuclear or radioactive materials were in error.
Source: news.usni.org - 6.8.2022
US Marines aircraft crashes in California; status of 5 crew members unknown
“We can confirm that an aircraft belonging to 3d Marine Aircraft Wing crashed near Glamis, California,” the Marines said in a statement. “Military and civilian first responders are on site. Contrary to social media rumors, there was no nuclear material on board the aircraft.”
Source: fox23.com - 6.8.2022
Military aircraft ‘carrying nuclear material crashes, killing five people’
It was not immediately known what caused the crash and what type of nuclear material the plane was carrying.
An aerial reporter in San Diego, Malik Earnest, tweeted: ‘A military aircraft crashed in the Imperial County area of California, according to local reports.
‘Preliminary reports indicate the aircraft was loaded with nuclear material with at least 5 people aboard. Rescue efforts and an investigation are underway.’
Source: metro.co.uk - 6.8.2022
Timing and Numbers
On the mirror.co.uk article you can read that: "Reporters at the scene also reported a thin column of smoke was seen rising in that area around 2 pm local time."
But according the news.usni.org article: "The crash happened at about 12:25 p.m."
There's about 1,5 hours difference in these two reports. Did the Reporters at the scene, noticed the column of smoke 1,5 hours after the initial crash, that actually happened around 12:25?
Or was the Osprey's crash indeed at 12:25 and it took about 1,5 hours to explode, and then the reporters saw the column of smoke?
The story is getting more confusing as NBC San Diego reported a different time of the crash.
3rd Marine Air Wing Osprey Crash in Imperial Valley
The MV-22B Osprey crashed near Glamis, Calif, at around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the Naval Air Facility El Centro confirmed on their Facebook page.
Source: nbcsandiego.com - 6.8.2022
So now we have three different reports of the crash, regarding the time of the crash.
The news.usni.org article reported: The crash happened at about 12:25 p.m
The nbcsandiego.com report says: at around 1:30 p.m
And the mirror.co.uk article reported: a thin column of smoke was seen rising in that area around 2 pm local time.
The crash happened at about 12:25 p.m according to news.usni.org. And 1 + 2 + 2 + 5 = 10.
Could it be that the Osprey actually crashed at 12:26?
Then it would be: 1 + 2 + 2 + 6 = 11.
See also: The 911 Code ⇒
BREAKING: Military Aircraft Goes Down Near Glamis
Little other confirmed information was available as of 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8.
The military craft is an MV-22B Osprey that had five personnel on board, and there are unconfirmed reports of causalities and it being a hazardous material — possibly radioactive material — situation. However, Naval Air Facility El Centro has confirmed that no “nuclear” material was on board despite some social media reports.
Source: calexicochronicle.com - 6.8.2022
A V-22 Osprey belonging to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing crashed in Imperial County, California, a U.S. Marine spokesperson told @10News. Military officials confirm no nuclear material was aboard the aircraft contrary to initial radio traffic. An investigation is underway. pic.twitter.com/XklpZlFVyc
— Malik Earnest (@MalikEarnest) June 8, 2022
The Valiant Shield 22 Drill
The timing of the MV-22 Osprey crash happened on the 2nd day of the Valiant Shield 22 exercise in Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, and at sea around the Mariana Island Range Complex.
- MV-22 Osprey aircraft crash
- Valiant Shield 22 Drill
- The crash happened on June 8. And number 8 is two times 22 ⇒ 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 8
- The crash happened on the 2nd day of the Valiant Shield 22 Drill, that started on June 6.
2 Aircraft Carriers, F-35s And Warships: The Valiant Shield 22 Drill Is A Warning To China
From June 6 to June 17, the U.S. Navy 7th Fleet, which is responsible for the Indo-Pacific area of operations, is holding the Valiant Shield 22 exercise in Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, and at sea around the Mariana Island Range Complex.
Source: 19fortyfive.com - 6.8.2022
It's not clear what happened to the crew. Did they disappear? Or are were they taken to a medical facility, to determine if they were affected by the radio active cargo?
And as you know, it happens often that the first reports are quite right about some events, and soon after these reports are changed.
Did the MV-22 Osprey indeed carried nuclear material and they're trying to cover-up the story. May be to avoid panic and chaos, when people hear about an aircraft that crashed with radio active stuff?
The various reports of 3 different times of the crash and the possibility of nuclear cargo that was carried by the MV-22 Osprey, could resonate with a: Nuclear Transportal ⇒
Depending on the course of these new events on this time line, we may update this article as soon as new information arrives on this time line.