Just so you know, I had promised myself that I would not share anything new about the United States 'Doomsday Planes' in our area unless something really strange happened. Well, this is that strange thing. I have proof that one of America's worst-case scenario planes just refueled over Illinois and then suddenly disappeared from radar.

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It's important to know that there are more than just one Boeing E-4B "doomsday planes". But, with world events being what they are in the Middle East these days, activity has picked up significantly. That's to be expected.

The YouTube channel NYPrepper noticed something today that quite literally happened right over our heads. A refueling plane took off from Nebraska and met one of the Presidential doomsday planes over Illinois.

NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
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If you zoom in on the radar, you can see this happened right over the west-central Illinois and Burlington, Iowa area.

NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
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Just minutes later, you can see the refueling tanker turn around and head over Missouri. The doomsday plane however completely disappears from tracking meaning they likely turned their transponder off.

NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
NYPrepper via YouTube/Flight Aware
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A few thoughts. First of all, I don't know why the US military allows the public to view the Doomsday planes on Flight Aware. I would consider this need-to-know information only and frankly you and I don't need to know. However, it is public information.

During a time where there is much upheaval and crisis in world events like what's happening in Israel, I find it quite normal that we're seeing many of these worst-case scenario planes in the air. The fact so much strange stuff is happening over our heads though is unique.

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