Strange things happened in the skies over Missouri Thursday. Not the least of them was a path one of the United States military 'doomsday planes' took as it turned its transponder off as soon as it reached the Missouri border then promptly made a beeline to a NORAD bunker at Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado.

I saw this observation on YouTube as NY Prepper noticed an unusual flight path on Flight Radar 24. This is one of the Boeing 747-E4B 'doomsday planes' that took off from Offutt Air Force Base in southeastern Nebraska.

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If you zoom in, you can see that this 'doomsday plane' turned off its transponder as soon as it headed west in west-central Illinois right before it began crossing Missouri.

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After it flew past the eastern part of Kansas, the transponder came back on as it proceeded to fly to the Colorado Springs area which also happens to be the home of Cheyenne Mountain, a NORAD command and control bunker.

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But wait, there's more...

Look at all the other activity from several other 'doomsday planes'.

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All of this happened as Vladimir Putin ordered nuclear drills while making more threats against NATO and the west with those weapons. Perhaps this is all just coincidence, but it's strange activity.

I want to be clear that I'm not making a connection between these two events, but just as this 'doomsday plane' was flying over the Fort Madison area, a barge hit the bridge there. What an odd coincidental timing for an already strange day.

One final thought. I'm not sure why these highly-classified planes allow their flights to be tracked in the first place, but why did it specifically turn the transponder off over Missouri? I can't figure that out and I won't speculate, but it's very strange.

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