Sunday, February 19, 2017

Security Is Tight At President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Home In Palm Beach

2 U.S. Air Fore F-15s broke the speed of sound to intercept an unresponsive plane flying near West Palm Beach, Fla., during a President Trump stay. (Reuters)

Daily Mail: F15s scramble over unidentified plane near Mar-a-Lago and rock is thrown at Trump's motorcade as he visits his 'Southern White House'

* Trump is spending his third straight weekend at Mar-a-Lago, which called the 'Southern White House'
* 'Sonic boom' heard near Mar-a-Lago as 2 F-15s raced to intercept unresponsive aircraft
* The jets were able to contact the general aviation aircraft Friday night
* What is thought to be a rock was thrown at Trump's motorcade Friday night

A 'sonic boom' was heard in parts of South Florida on Friday as two F-15s raced to intercept an unresponsive aircraft near Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach.

The two fighter jets were able to contact the general aviation aircraft, the North American Aerospace Defense Command said.

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Update: F-15s scramble to intercept unresponsive aircraft over restricted airspace over West Palm Beach (FOX News)

WNU Editor: I would not be surprised if these F-15s were heavily armed when they raced to intercept this unresponsive aircraft.

1 comment:

Dave Goldstein said...

I wouldn't be surprised if the pilot got his license yanked and maybe even jail time. The secret service and the airforce have zero tolerance.