Something seems to be "up." All military U.S. and Allied aircraft in the eastern Mediterranean Sea have turned OFF their air traffic flight transponders. Put simply "they've gone dark."
This is unusual insofar as the military is keenly aware of the need for civilian aviation to be able to track military aircraft so as to avoid collisions.
This type of "going dark is __usually__ (but not always) hint of a pending major air strike. But BY whom and AGAINST whom are the big questions.
More info as i get it. Check back. . .
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