November 21, 2010

Chemtrail Tanker Video From Whistleblower Pilot at Cruising Altitude (by

For the first time, a breakthrough video shows the spraying nozzles and turbo fan systems of a KC-10 aircraft taking part in high altitude spraying operations… What will the chemtrails skeptics say now?

This never before seen video footage shows a McDonnell Douglas KC-10 aircraft. This sophisticated design of tankers was originally intended for military ‘air-to-air’ refueling operations. However, in this case, as clearly demonstrated by this whistleblower video, this KC-10 has been modified with spraying nozzles and turbo fans, which are clearly visible.

The video was also posted by the Italian alternative news website under their Web TV segment called Cani Sciolti – Chemtrails: La falla nel sistema or Dogs on the Loose – Chemtrails: The flaw in the system.

The Italian text captures shown in the video state the following:

A KC-10 (military refueling tanker) participating in a high altitude aerosol-spraying clandestine operation is followed by another aircraft.

This video was posted on Youtube on the 14th of July of 2010, but the trails were actually sprayed in 2008, and seen (for the first time) only now. The video might have been uploaded by a military pilot, if the user name is taken into consideration (Youtube user name of USAFFEKC10). A dog on the loose*… A flaw in the system…

• -”A dog on the loose,” or “an agile dog” in the Italian language (“Un cane sciolto”… as in a canine that’s smart, agile and flexible enough to escape from a cage or his master, and refuses to become domesticated) is an informal reference made to someone who doesn’t follow the rules, a rogue individual, or someone who’s truly free and independent.

Kudos to this brave air force pilot!... Un cane sciolto!!!

Also, congratulations to the great work done by! Felicitazioni per il buon lavoro di!



  1. Plainly amazing. We need to get a pilot of a spraying plane and interview them. Someone is piloting these planes and is being told to switch a spray on and off.

  2. I did some digging on this and I at least know they are not nozzles on the kc-10 in the vid . they dont need nozzles when they can just add it to the fuel . good vid though .

  3. The video you see here is a hoax. There is a second video posted by the same youtube user explaining the hoax.


    "KC-10 Contrails while refueling" debunked

    Herbicides were used by the U.S. during the Vietnam War to defoliate the hiding places of the Viet Cong (VC) guerillas and North Vietnamese Army (NVA) regulars. The most infamous herbicide used was called Agent Orange. The steel drums in which the herbicide was transported were color-coded with an orange stripe. Other colors such as Blue, White, Purple and Pink, were used to designate different herbicide formulations.
    The largest volume of herbicide was applied from the air by C-123 "Provider" twin-engine aircraft. This air spray program was code named Operation Ranch Hand.


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