I wasn't disagreeing with your explanation. I was only showing you that someone also agreed with it. Your comment seemed to express doubt in your own explanation.Maybe, it's a sort of a best suggestion situation, as there's a number of maybes involved within the explanatory text?'
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I have heard some people think it’s deep fake. Trouble is you can’t tell these days.
Just like a 'STRAND' of Pearls breaking free from the KINGS & QUEENS, finishing up rolling along and down into 'DOWN'ING Street.
Air Force claims ‘no intent by the pilots’ to draw sky penis near Russian base in SyriaYou be the judge:
What you see here is a KC-135 tanker arriving from the northwest, south of Cyprus, then entering and traversing a designated aerial refueling track in a "racetrack" (oval) configuration. The "racetrack" is the "penis." The "balls" represent circling to adjust altitude on-station and / or to start or end a rendezvous with one or more receiver aircraft at the entry / exit points designated for the AR track.
They knew exactly what they were doing, but what they were doing had nothing to do with drawing a temporary penile figure in the sky.Oh come on, the pilots knew exactly what they were doing but the Air Force denied it being deliberate.
No, that's not how it works / how it's done.Surely the adjustments to their height etc could have simply been done while staying in the oval without flying outside of it to make two solitary loops?
Nobody's allowed to get laughs by dumping up to 80,000 pounds of jet fuel into the atmosphere just for kicks.Oh they knew alright....and were probably laughing like drains while they were doing it.
USAF refuelling pilots gotta get their laughs somehow.
No, they couldn't ... The protocols for conducting AR missions are standardized and rigidly enforced. The "trace" left on the aircraft radar tracking is the prototypical pattern for an AR mission supporting a designated racetrack-style AR track.Nevertheless, I'm still of the opinion that they could have achieved the complete fulfilment of their task without the trace looking genital in any way. Otherwise this would be an extremely common thing, not worthy of remark.
Pre-planned tracks (whether transient or long-term) of the "racetrack" variety will always show the elongated oval portion. Each such track will have its associated entry and exit points. The smaller circular paths (if they occur) represent loitering, altitude adjustments, and / or rendezvous orbiting associated with entering / exiting the designated track.So what your saying is their tracks always look like this then? ...