US Air Force is removing all identification markings from their aircraft.

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EN2 SS · March 5, 2023 at 8:33 am

Meaning that when one of them gets shot down by the combatants around the money laundering country, President Brideme can fully enter the war with Russia.

Jen · March 5, 2023 at 8:49 am


Jen · March 5, 2023 at 8:50 am

Strange. My insta feed yesterday had something about a large (747?) white jet landing at Las Vegas. It had no markings. All white, no numbers anywhere.

    Divemedic · March 5, 2023 at 9:19 am

    That’s Janet airline. They have been that way for years.

      Michael · March 5, 2023 at 9:44 am

      CHARMING. Looks like between Transponders OFF no electronic ID and now no visual ID for the “Visiting” Fighter Aircraft we are setting up for some “Accidents”.

      Looks like the Crazies are ordered to create a reason for the release of canned sunshine because “Russia ATTACKED NATO”.

      Got iodine for your kids?

Anonymous · March 5, 2023 at 9:25 am

The plane spotter websites have tracked AMC movements for the past 20 years. AMC finally figured it out. The only ghost (all white nil registration numbers) 747 was N476EV during DS/DS. Janet Airlines operates 737’s

    Divemedic · March 5, 2023 at 12:41 pm

    She said large white jet, and guessed 747. A 737 without markings would fit that description, especially since Jane flies out of McCarron.

      exile1981 · March 6, 2023 at 1:09 am

      All what commercial planes are common. They often fly them from construction plant in all white if they dont have a buyer or if the buyer is a rental company.

WDS · March 5, 2023 at 9:58 am

USA is currently training 2 Ukrainian pilots on the F-16. Remember when Biden Inc said we weren’t going to send tanks to Ukraine and turned around and said we were, guess what happens next?

Yakker · March 5, 2023 at 10:49 am

Meaning sanitization of forces. Name, rank, serial. The machine is telling us they are going to war. I just hope folks start listening…

Aesop · March 5, 2023 at 11:46 am

A survey found that even in the Air Farce, 98% of new recruits can’t read.
This is just to save money on needless paint schemes, and avoid embarrassing the Diversity Recruits by letting people with White Privilege educations show them up and call out the words and numbers they see.

Dick Tickles · March 5, 2023 at 9:45 pm

Odds are they will be repainted with NATO insignias and ID markings. They did the same thing during the bombings of Serbia to make it look more like a NATO action than a US one.

So, the chances are high that these will be active in Poland and Romania and then sent by truck to Ukraine.

BobF · March 6, 2023 at 2:20 am

Reminds me of when in Korea we removed all on-base street signs, building ID signs (Finance, Personnel, etc.), and building names that were painted on. Theory was harder for North Koreans to navigate and target specifically. I suppose the remaining building numbers on the corners of each building were beyond their intel capabilities. /sarc

Sardaukar · March 6, 2023 at 1:31 pm

Well, I recall that active-duty KC-46A Pegasus tankers were barred from displaying tail flashes under a policy introduced back in 2021. In addition, the AMC (Air Mobility Command) had said at the time that this change was primarily about fleet management, making it easier for aircraft to move & be reassigned between units without needing to be repainted (which costs several thousand dollars), rather than OpSec. This policy is now in place for all active duty (not reserve or Air guard) cargo & refueling aircraft. It does not apply to any other aircraft ‘at this time’ (fighters, bombers, etc).

Danny · March 6, 2023 at 6:06 pm

Whatever the meaning, I doubt it has anything to do with efficiency. The USAF decision to paint aircraft battleship gray was always screwy to me. Shouldn’t aircraft be painted according to the mission or theater?

During WW2, the Luftwaffe had the best paint. Just my opinion.

    Divemedic · March 6, 2023 at 6:12 pm

    That gray color has been proven to be the most difficult to see in most conditions. That’s why the Navy switched to it decades ago.

      Danny · March 7, 2023 at 7:07 pm

      Hmmm … that’s debatable in my opinion. I agree that – during airshows I have witnessed – the gray jets do seem to vanish in the sky but at greater distances. Many times they flash during a turn and can be easily seen.

      The dazzle patterns were used during the world wars and must have been effective. Those patterns appeared on ships and aircraft from the early 20th century on. During the Vietnam War USAF aircraft used camo patterns. B-52s were dark as they flew at night mostly.

Jonathan · March 6, 2023 at 7:08 pm

To me, this sounds like preparing to confuse or deceive an enemy.
I’ve read of tanks being painted with the markings of other units as far back as WWII to confuse the enemy and make it hard for them to know which units are present on the current battlefield.
I’ve heard 3rd hand that the US does it on occasion in peacetime but I haven’t seen reliable confirmation of it.
it could be a step in preparing for war, it could be the reason they say of saving money, or it could be directed at someone, most likely China, since these aircraft fly in and out of airports all over the world and are definitely tracked by adversaries. if watchers don’t know what unit the aircraft belongs to, they can’t threaten members of that unit or correlate it as easily with stateside movements.

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