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Search-and-rescue teams have found the wreckage of a F-22 aircraft that went missing on October 16, 2010. The body of Air Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney, who was assigned to the 525th Fighter Squadron, 3rd Wing has not been found but the United States Air Force has declared that Haney “did not eject from the aircraft prior to impact”.

A recovery team found part of the ejection seat and several life support items that Haney wore during the flight. The Air Force stated that “If a pilot was able to eject, the seat would go with him and it would not be anywhere at or near the site”. Several military pilots have rebuked the Air Force’s official statement saying that whenever a pilot is forced to eject the ejection seat and pilot will aways land very near to or even within the crash site of the aircraft. They have stated that the proof has been seen by the general public on numerous occasions at air shows where a pilot ejected from his military aircraft just seconds before the crash. The pilot has always been seen landing in close proximity to the crash site and some have even landed within the burning debris of the crashed military jet.

Why would the Air Force make statements that they know are not true? If Haney went down with the F-22 and parts of the ejection seat and several life support items that Haney wore during the flight were found at the crash site then Haney’s body would also have been found. The fact that they declared that his body has not been found means that he successfully ejected. The mission that was given to Air Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney had failed and the Air Force is now attempting to keep it a secret. By stating that Haney had died in the crash immediately ends all participation from groups outside of the Air Force - including both military and civilian search and rescue teams. Finding Haney now becomes the job of the United States Air Force with no civilian oversight. If Haney did successfully eject from the aircraft and left the crash site, as is confirmed with the finding of his ejection seat, then search and rescue is still obligated to continue searching until he is found. By declaring he died in the crash the Air Force takes over and the crash site and information as to how the crash occurred and the recovery of Air Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney becomes classified.

The job of the 525th Fighter Squadron, 3rd Wing “is to clear the skies of enemy aircraft, as well as take out any surface-to-air missiles that would deny us access to enemy airspace” - Lt. Col. Chuck Corcoran. What was Air Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney mission on Tuesday October, 16, 2010? Was he tasked to take out a surface-to-air missile site? We may never know as his mission failed and his F-22 stealth aircraft crashed. In the meantime let us look at what military targets exists within Haney’s flight path.

The F-22 fifth-generation fighter aircraft that uses stealth technology was found about 100 miles east north east of Anchorage, Alaska near Denali National Park. 180 miles North of Anchorage, Alaska and approximately 8 miles north of Gakona, Alaska is the HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) transmitter site. HAARP, also known as Project Woodpecker, is an illegal military installation that uses an Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating Method to “alter the earth’s magnetic field … in order to modify weather, create or trigger earthquakes and volcanoes, spread viruses, create an electromagnetic pulse (EMP), and, to modify behavior control among the populous.”

This transmitter site is believed to be “large enough to cover most of the Northern Hemisphere.” Operated by the Department of the Navy, Department of the Air Force and the University of Alaska, it is also believed to be only one of a number of such sites–known as Ionospheric Research Instruments that are “scattered around the world,… many of them here in the U.S.”, which are capable of connecting with a much smaller GWEN (Ground Wave Emergency Network), which comprises “remotely controlled transmitter sites that have been built all over the U.S. in a grid pattern, with their antennas spaced about every 200 miles or so.”

The HAARP project was developed in the 1950’s as the result of atmospheric hydrogen bomb tests. These tests created localized disruptions of the ionosphere that lasted for some period of weeks or months and possibly years. Another byproduct of the tests was a brief but powerful emission of high speed particles now known as an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP). Later on It was determined that the resultant stream of high speed Beta particles of the EMP were capable of destroying electronic equipment well outside of the blast zone. For the purposes of space warfare, the problem then was to recreate the effects of the thermonuclear blast without detonating a bomb. The final design for a missile defense system proposed introducing high power low frequency radio waves into the ionosphere using a technique called circular polarization. This creates streams of high speed beta particles that move along the magnetic field lines as well as stream out into space and back again.

Portions of the patent for the system used at the HAARP facility, (located in Gakona, Alaska), specifically describe it as a missile defense system. The patent can be viewed and downloaded at the US Patent Office website, US Patent 5,038,664. The text of the patent states, “The plasma will be contained within adjacent [magnetic] field lines and will drift to form a shell of relativistic particles around a portion of the earth”. A breakdown of the technical discussion contained in the patent explains how such an effect is produced as follows. Electromagnetic radiation of a given frequency, (1800 to 3600 kHz) transmitted to a region of the atmosphere with an altitude of at least 250 km in conjunction with another region of the atmosphere with an altitude of 1500 km receiving electromagnetic radiation of with a frequency of (20 to 1800 kHz) sets up the required field. This excitation sustained for 20 minutes causes electrons or beta particles to travel back and forth between the two regions at nearly the speed of light. These two regions then have a natural tendency to spread out creating the shell of relativistic particles. Another statement in the patent expresses the usefulness of this shell, “…wherein said shell is formed as an anti-missile shield”. It has been shown that an object, such as a missile, (or aircraft) passing through a field of relativistic particles such as that described here will almost certainly suffer significant damage. Examples of this damage would be burn through of the outer skin, severe damage to electronic components (even those that are shielded) and the possible ignition of explosives such as the warhead trigger. Most vehicles (including both land vehicles and aircraft) passing through such a field would probably see all three types of damage. Far more detailed explanations are contained in the patent.

When operating in missile defense mode the HAARP transmitter broadcasts high power low frequency radio waves in the circular polarization pattern described in the patent. Any missile or aircraft attempting to fly through a HAARP generated region of high speed particles would result in damage or destruction of its electronics and guidance systems rendering the missile or aircraft unable to reach its target or possibly causing it to burn up. At the very least the rocket engines for the nuclear warhead or the jet engines of the aircraft would be knocked out causing the missile or aircraft to crash before they could reach their target. Many of the details of this technology can by found by Google searching the internet. The official website for the HAARP project is at, www.haarp.alaska.edu/

Link between HAARP and the F-22 crash

The Air Force did not mention that Air Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney radioed that he was experiencing any problems with his F-22 - a Lockheed Martin twin-engine fighter equipped with stealth technology. The official statement from the Air Force is that he and his aircraft went missing. No distress call was mentioned being sent. That suggests Force Capt. Jeffrey Haney was on a mission and all radio communication was prohibited. With all twin-engine military aircraft the aircraft would have to have suffered a complete system failure for a crash to occur. The F-22’s twin-engines were specifically ordered part of the design so that in case of one engine failure the aircraft could return to base flying or continue its mission with the other engine. A complete system failure can only occur if the aircraft was targeted with a EMP, like the one used by HAARP which was just 80 miles dead ahead of the crash site. It takes a F-22 fighter jet just a few minutes to cover 80 miles. Lockheed Martin has stated that with afterburners, a F-22 can reach a top speed in excess of 1,317 mph or 21.95 miles per minute. With afterburners Haney could have reached the HAARP site in just under 4 minutes had he not been shot down.