“Stealth Military Jet Crash: Pilot Ejects and Lands in Backyard”

There’s been quite a bizarre incident involving a pilot and a stealth military jet. The pilot ejected from the jet and ended up landing in someone’s backyard. The whole situation has left many scratching their heads.

As we previously reported, an F-35 crashed in South Carolina due to an undisclosed malfunction. The pilot had to eject from the jet while it was 1,000 feet in the air.

The pilot ended up landing in the backyard of a home and reportedly injured his back. In the 911 audio recording, you can hear the homeowner speaking quite calmly to the dispatcher and explaining the situation.

The homeowner says, “We got a pilot in the house and I guess he landed in my backyard, and we’re trying to see if we could get an ambulance to the house, please.”

The pilot then chimes in and says, “Ma’am, a military jet crashed. I’m the pilot. We need to get rescue rolling. I’m not sure where the airplane is. It would have crash-landed somewhere. I ejected.”

The dispatcher seems a bit confused and needs the information repeated a few times before fully grasping what happened.

The jet ultimately crashed in a remote area of South Carolina. A witness described the sounds leading up to and during the impact.

It took nearly 24 hours for the military to locate the wreckage, which is quite puzzling.

So far, there has been no official word on the cause of the malfunction, how the jet was able to continue flying for half an hour after the pilot ejected, and why it took so long to find the wreckage.

Original article https://www.tmz.com/2023/09/22/f35-military-pilot-ejected-dispatcher-ambulance-911-call-jet/