Horrifying Military Ghost Story

Right here is a scary military story. This is one particular of my private favorites. It just appears like some thing straight out of the X-files or something, ya know? Effectively anyway, I hope you enjoyed it as significantly as I did. This is also kinda cool simply because I have a very good buddy in the Air Force, and to believe that he could encounter anything like this is a strange thing to consider. Anyway, verify out my final upload. It is easily one of my very best videos and I think you are going to truly like it. 😀

Also, this is one of the few occasions I utilised gameplay that is not my personal. Here is a link to the original gameplay video. I normally wouldn’t do this, but I never have any WWII flight simulators, and I believed the gameplay was really fitting for this video.

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There are scarier things in the skies above the South China Sea than the Chinese Air Force from nosleep

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Pilots of 82nd Aerial Target Squadron Detachment 1 led the final military flight of the storied F-four Phantom II at Holloman AFB, N.M., Dec. 21, 2016. The F-four Phantom II entered the U.S. Air Force inventory in 1963 and was the main multi-role aircraft in the USAF throughout the 1960s and 1970s. The F-4 flew bombing, combat air patrol, fighter escort, reconnaissance and the famous Wild Weasel anti-aircraft missile suppression missions. The final variant of the Phantom II was the QF-4 unmanned aerial targets flown by the 82nd at Holloman AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.)
By AirmanMagazine on 2016-12-21 07:28:34

The U.S. is now engaged in a slow, painstaking effort to reconstitute the Iraqi military under new training. It will take years before the Iraqis will be able to fully defend their country on their personal. John Murtha says that our departure would in effect take the wind out of the sails of the insurgency. He recommends that we leave in short order although keeping troops in nearby countries to deal quickly with any military emergencies. If this conflict is mostly about our presence, would you agree with Murtha that, with our departure, the Iraqi people would turn on both the insurgents and the terrorists?

Very first, our military presence in Iraq, indeed, has proven to be a magnet for Islamist terrorists, both foreign and Iraqi. It also has galvanized an insurgency by other disparate groups opposed to the U.S. presence. To Islamist radicals, the U.S. intervention in Iraq has some parallels to that by the Soviets in Afghanistan for the duration of the 1980s. In their eyes, foreign, non-Muslim aggressors need to be bled and defeated — result in for jihad, or holy war. A lot of of the foreign Islamists saw action in Afghanistan, then Bosnia, before going to Iraq. Although withdrawal of our troops would remove a large and eye-catching target for these fighters, it would not finish fighting against the government we would have left in place nor in between ethnic/religious groups.

Would the Iraqi people turn against the insurgents? This is challenging to predict. Several Iraqis already have been turning against them in rising numbers. But the internal image is quite complex. For instance, numerous Sunnis would carry on their fight against a Shia-dominated government. Other people, however, are now joining in the political procedure. For their element, the Kurds have established to be consistent and successful opponents to terrorists. My guess is that, following American withdrawal, we would see years of continued fighting, most likely slackening off steadily as the new, popularly-elected government took hold and became stronger and a lot more efficient. The Iraqi armed forces, even so, have a long way to go to make that happen without having U.S. troop presence to back them up.

But predictions are the province of Nostradamus and I never feel he said something about Iraq. The next year will be crucial for the accomplishment or failure of the American work and for a new Iraqi government.
I served two years in the military and was supposedly ready for battle after two months of fundamental instruction. A lot has been mentioned about the lack of military preparedness of the Iraqi military. By comparison, how much education did our troops obtain prior to battle in WW2, Vietnam, and Korea? Why wouldn’t 1 expect that they are lengthy overdue in taking over duty in a land familiar to them in every conceivable way?

Simple instruction lasted six-13 weeks, based on service branch and any add-on instruction after boot camp. If you are referring to the Iraqi military, the explanation they are not prepared to take more than complete duty for defense is due in massive component to the fact that the U.S., under former U.S. administrator, Paul Bremer, basically dissolved Saddam’s forces. The leadership was gutted as a outcome of Bremer’s order that no Baath party members could keep on.

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46 thoughts on “Horrifying Military Ghost Story”

  1. Kim Chia
    6 seconds ago
    in my country, every men have to do mandatory military service. there are many paranormal stories about the military, there was one very famous one.

    its about a company of infantry cadets doing night jungle prowling training one night. for every distance they covered, they will do a head count. every one was accounted for everytime. it was then when it started to rain. the commander decide to call the company back to camp. during the retreat, the still do headcount for every distance covered and again everyone was accounted for. but once they step back into camp, they found one cadet was missing. they then did a search party but couldnt find him.

    it was until the rain cleared in the morning, they found him dead in the jungle with his body slice up nicely and all his internal organs place nicely beside his body, still fresh.

    this story was said to be just a folk story, but strangely because of this incident, the military started a "buddy" system for every single person in the military.

    and also, at the bunk and bed where the dead cadet slept, the bed was never used and there is a painting of a door by a priest at the end of the room, to invite the ghost of the cadet to the other life. because it was said that they cadet didnt know he was dead, and kept coming back to haunt the company. until today the bunk and door painting is still there.

  2. My Grandpa fought in the Pacific.
    He saw hell.
    But even though he was wounded by a Japanese Bomb, saw horrible things……he made peace with the people and nation of Japan.
    I hope.

    Dear Zero and Corsair Pilots….
    May you find forgiveness and peace, and finally land your planes.

  3. That was a really cool story and was very well narrated. Well done. Two phantom WW 2 carrier-based aircraft eternally dog-fighting, slipping into a worm-hole or time glitch, very cool. I thoroughly enjoyed it, well done, I like it very much. My Grandad was a WW 2 combat Marine, and his first assignment was Marine Detachment U.S.S Yorktown. He was on that carrier during the battle of Midway (the battle where the Yorktown went down) and, during that battle, he manned a double .50 caliber heavy machine gun anti- aircraft mount. He was quickly put back into action, taking part in some major engagements during our island hopping campaign, making beach assaults while America drove on the Japanese home islands. It’s cool that you included the Vaught Corsair, a Marine fighter primarily used for close air support for Marine ground units (my Grandad and his fellow Marines probably got plenty of help from Corsairs as they fought Imperial Japanese Army troops), though Corsairs were used on carriers to supplement Naval air power.

    I am really into history, particularly military history, as well as weapons of all kinds, military vehicles, etc… ,and the Poseiden Naval aircraft (the description given sounds like it’s a fighter-bomber equipped with recon and intel gathering equipment, a very heavily armed recon and intel plane, or a multi-role aircraft that carries a lot of firepower) is a plane I have yet to hear of. I will see what I can find on it, but it seems to me that a modern, heavily armed jet fighter plane, even with an engine shot up, would be way more than capable of taking on even the best WW 2, piston engine, propeller driven aircraft, and even the Messerschmidt ME 262 Comet jet fighter. I still thoroughly enjoy the story, great job on the narration and great job to it’s writer. I’m going to listen to some more stories on your channel and, if they are generally this good, you have yourself an new, additional subscriber (another story led me here, so this is the first time I have ever heard of your channel). Keep up the good work. I really like hearing weird occurrences the military encounters during war and even while on training maneuvers. I come from a major, big, military area in South Eastern Virginia (lots of bases of all branches, primarily Navy and Marine. We have U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Headquarters, Naval and Marine bases, Air Force, Naval and Marine air stations, Marine amphibious bases, the even numbered S.E.A.L Teams, etc…) so I’ve had many friends and family in the military and weird occurrences are encountered by the military far more than what the news airs. The way I know this, as well as some interesting stories that are classified to civilians, is because I have friends and family in the military (and have a friend in the CIA), including some Tier 1 units (and the way I’m aware these people are members of Tier 1 units is because they are friends and family. The identities of members of these units is generally kept secret for security reasons, as well their safety and the safety of their families). Anyway, I’m rambling. I’m glad I found your channel and hope to get more good stuff. Another batch of supernatural and weird military stories would be cool. I like your channel, take good care and keep the good stuff coming.

  4. If you want to read stories on public. LEARN HOW TO PRONOUNCE THE WORDS. There is no such thing as a SONNER BOY.

  5. One thing to see a ghost but it’s another thing for a ghost to be shooting at you it is the ultimate nightmare.

  6. don’t be afraid to fast pace the action  like a haggler hearns , not all have to be epic , long play guitar solos like in November rain .

  7. Sonar Buoys learn English fluently or get someone to listen before you upload. You kept calling them sonner boys

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