National News Coverage of F-15 Crash Near Cincinnati, Ohio
Mason, Ohio - An F-15 on a training mission crashed into a residential neighborhood around 10:30 pm on Saturday, igniting an intense fire that destroyed two cars and set a house and nearby barn on fire and ultimately killed five people in their home.
Cincinnati Enquirer Article:
Military Jet Crashes in Mason, Ohio, Killing Family of Three
By Rebecca Sims, Investigative Reporter
Sunday February 5, 2012
The calm a warm winter night was shattered last night as a fire raged in a rural neighborhood in Mason after an F-15 military jet crashed during a training exercise.
The crash occurred after the plane was redirected from it’s training exercise from Lunken Airfield to Wright Patterson Airforce Base in Dayton according to the Federal Aviation Administration. “The pilot ejected from the aircraft and was transported to a local hospital in stable condition.” said Captain Leonard LaPointe, a spokesman from the Air Force.
Witnesses said they heard two booms, the second louder than the first, as the plane corkscrewed to the ground, trailing a plume of black smoke. The pilot, they said, parachuted to the ground, apparently landing in a local strip mall parking lot.
Three people on the ground were killed in a home on US 741,south of Bunnel road, Monica Walters, a spokeswoman for the Mason Police Department, said in an e-mail message. The authorities were still trying to confirm their identities at the time of this writing.
The plane crashed in the middle of a field, just across the street from a sub division, where Michael Johnson, 16, was hanging out with friends on his back porch. Michael said he heard a “loud pop,” and looked up in time to see the pilot eject from the spiraling fighter jet.
“I could see it was just going the wrong way,” he said, “then we saw this giant mushroom cloud” of smoke.
Donnie James, 43, had just stepped out of his house for a cigarette when he looked up and saw the plane in distress as it came down just outside of the upscale neighborhood, which is crisscrossed by open fields and is just across the Interstate from newer developments and condominiums. “It just started doing that thing out of ‘Top Gun,’ the spinning thing,” Mr. James said. “Then I heard the ejection — boom! — and I saw it spinning towards the ground.”
Captain LaPointe confirmed that the aircraft had been returning from training exercises conducted in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security and refueling at Lunken Airfield, but would not comment on why the plane was redirected to fly over Mason.
This is the first such crash that we have ever had in the area despite the almost fifty years of Air Force flights to and from Lunken Airfield. The cause cause of the crash is still under investigation by both the Federal Aviation Administration and the Air Force.
Smoking Gun Website:
Posted Anonymously on Sunday 2/5/2012 at 5:37 PM
“There were people who said the Society of the Cincinnati in the American revolution, of which George Washington was one of the shining lights, was a branch of the Illuminati.” - Carroll Quigley - 20th Century American Author, died in 1977.
Yeah, so about that Air Force jet going down in Mason Ohio...I want to ask you all a question. If it was simply a training mishap then why have I gotten word from a few of my peeps in the area that they saw an unmarked, matte black helicopter silently flying around the area right after the F-15 went down? What is the CIA trying to hide and why is it that none of the local news stations or local rags have mentioned anything about this helicopter? What are they trying to hide?
"When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Cincinnati because it's always twenty years behind the times." that is something that Mark Twain had to say about the city and if it is so backwards what would anyone want to cover up there?
I don’t know about you folks but maybe it is high time we start to pay more attention to some of the things that happen in the Midwest. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ft. Knox look at them on the map...they are like the Bermuda Triangle of the Midwest. I mean come on we all know that the gold in Fort Knox is a lie, the FEMA death camps at Fort Benjamin Harrison are real and with Projects Sign, Grundge and Blue Book at Wright Patterson Air Force Base the area is rife with activity that we have ignored for too long.
That the crash on Saturday in Mason is our ‘Smoking Gun’ that the Society of the Cincinnati is still trying to run things in the background. Hell the city was even named after the Society in 1790 when Arthur St. Clair, the president of the Society of the Cincinnati and governor of the Northwest Territory at the time, had it changed from Losantiville.
What more proof do you need?