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All fighter tactics can be traced back to Oswald Boelcke who is seen as the father of modern-day fighter combat tactics.
Fighter pilots are taught to take off, land, navigate, refuel, and fly in formation. When flying by one's self the pilot will refer to himself as a single. As in a single aircraft or single ship formation. This can be represented by a triangle with the letter S for single in it. This allows the pilots to diagram their tactical maneuvering.
Two Ship Section -Leader / Wingman - Right Echelon
Manfred Von Richthofen
As ACM (Air Combat Maneuvering) evolved into WWll pilots found themselves flying in formations of two, three, or four aircraft. Tactics were still rudimentary, focusing on having larger groups engaging each other. Flying by yourself was not recommended, as you had no one to provide mutual support to help protect you.
Pilots would fly in formations of two as a section combined with a leader and Wingman and, depending on which side the wingman was on, would determine if they were in right or left echelon.
Two Ship Section - Leader / Wingman - Right Echelon
Two Ship Section - Leader / Wingman - Left Echelon
Three Ship - Leader / Wingmen - Vee
Four Ship Leader Wingman Division Leader Wingman Section
Four Ship Leader Wingman Division Leader Wingman Section
As tactics evolved, John Boyd introduced his Energy-Maneuverability theory. This basically taught that fighter combat is the process of conservation of energy and energy management skills.
This is the point in fighter combat tactics evolution where the Earthling pilots should have picked up on how to learn the tactics Extra Terrestrial pilots use. Just as a single pilot uses the "S" to denote himself the Extra Terrestrial, pilots use an "E" to denote Energy since they know that is the most important concept of combat. It is far more important to be aware of the Energy state of the section whereas it is obvious how many aircraft there are.
Single Ship Energy Formation
Earthling pilots again had an opportunity to pick up on the evolution of fighter tactics and terminology, as can be seen in the way Extra Terrestrials denote the two ship section as energy and angles. Earthling pilots continued to use legacy terminology and tactics and mainly focused on increasing the performance of the aircraft, not the aircrew.
Most fighter pilots will disagree with this saying that fighter tactics have advanced exponentially. If Humanoid Extra Terrestrials Living Among Us (HETLAU) weren't keeping Tactical Vee tactics suppressed, I would agree with them.
Two Ship Section - Energy Angles - Right Echelon
Two Ship Section - Energy Angles - Left Echelon
This is where Earthlings pilots really should have been able to see the connection to Extra Terrestrial pilot combat tactics as the key terminology was integral to the aircrew in the form of the RIO (Radar Intercept Officer). The Tomcat's long-range radar allowed the aircrew to set up merge Intercepts at up to three times the range of comparable fourth generation fighters like the F-15, F-16, and F-18.
This essentially provided the fighter pilot with three types of fights.
- The Intercept fight.
- The Energy fight.
- The Angles fight.
The term Intercept is what allows the Extra Terrestrial pilots to distinguish between the two wingmen in a three ship formation. Whereas a standard Vee formation has two wingmen and a leader, the Extra Terrestrial Tactical Vee has three component parts, Intercept, Energy, and Angles, and the Mantra: Release, Reverse, Resolve. Intercept releases from the section, Energy reverses (the same thing as releasing except the opposite direction), and Angles resolves the situation.
Tactical Vee - Intercept Energy Angles - Right Handed
Tactical Vee - Intercept Energy Angles - Left Handed
Also in Robert Shaw's book Fighter Combat Tactics and Maneuvering
He spends 341 pages showing you how to fight in formations of twos and fours. Then, on page 342, he takes you out on a sample hop and has you fighting in a three ship formation.
Most fighter pilots will write this off as irrelevant. The question you should be asking yourself, then, is does this fighter pilot not even understand what is going on or is he aware and just acting as though he is not aware?
If you want to understand Extra Terrestrials, Extra Terrestrial Fighter Tactics, and HETLAU, this is the level of attention to detail you need to be willing to exercise.
Page 342 of Fighter Combat Tactics and Maneuvering
Also, look at the entrance to Nellis Air Force Base where Air Force Fighter Pilots are taught.
Entrance to Nellis Air Force Base
Note the Tactical Vee formation sitting right at the front gate, even though pilots are taught to fight in twos and fours. No one even notices it, yet it sits right in front of everyone in plain view every day. That is exactly what is going on on planet Earth. Once you know what to look for, you can see the HETLAU right in front of everyone in plain view every day.
The holy grail of Tactical Vee steganography and HETLAU can be seen in a book called Bandits.
Knowing that the SOP for Navy aircrew to board the carrier is a Two Ship Right Echelon formation, that last thing you would expect a Navy Aircrew to demonstrate awareness of is a Three Ship Left Echelon formation (Tactical Vee). Yet on page 39, you can see three Top Gun instructors circa 1973 demonstrating this very knowledge and awareness via steganography (Steganography is the placement of hidden messages in pictures).
Holy Grail of HETLAU
You can see in the picture how the three people on the bottom row right are positioned as if they are a Tactical Vee in left echelon. The person third in from the bottom right has his hand as if it is on the "stick," showing he is in control or leading as Angles. The two guys to the right of him have their hands the same, showing they are the wingmen Energy and Intercept. The way their thumb and forefinger are positioned shows awareness of mergeline tactics. The mergeline is the hypothetical line that exists between fighter aircraft that is used to determine if actions taken by the enemy are hostile. Note also the person in the top row third from the right has his hand positioned making the gesture for the letter "E" for "ET."
Again, this is the level of detail a person needs to be aware of and prepared to invest their time and attention towards when studying to understand ET and HET. You can easily see why the phenomenon has gone unsolved for such a great length of time.
It appears from all the steganography occurring throughout history the HETLAU plan on using it to prove they have been here the whole time. When they disclose their presence here on Earth, it is going to be difficult for the Earthlings to believe. It is going to be even more difficult to believe they have been here the whole time. With a little forethought, the ET and HET were able to realize they need to leave clues on Earth to easily be able to prove it to the Earthlings.