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My name is Jagen. I’m a weapons electrical aircraft engineer in the Navy. And I grew up out in Nanango, which is a small country town west of Brisbane in Queensland. Went to uni. Studied at University of Queensland, and joined the Navy through the undergrad scheme. I think I chose aviation in June because
Airplanes may be a marvel of modern engineering, but unless you’re flying first-class it isn’t what most people would call glamorous. For many, the biggest problem is how crowded airliners can get. But believe it or not, there was a time when flights rarely left more than half full. How was this possible? I think
Maintaining black paint is a serious task. Some vehicles hide from the elements in garages, while on the opposite side of the spectrum, some vehicles are used to attack those elements in necessity or recreation, their sole purpose as an expendable piece of equipment for fun with much less regard for cleanliness in the immediate.
(triumphant music) Transport zord! (energy hums) In position. In position. Okay Steel, we gotta help Devon. Follow my lead. Wrecker Zord, Mantis Mode! Jet Zord, Scarab Mode! Woohoo! Now, Steel! On it! (explosions echo) Morph-X hyper drain! Hey Gigatronics! Don’t mess with the mighty Mantis! (explosion echoes) Time for Scarab power! I’ll crush anyone who
[MUSIC PLAYING] And all these other intercepts are happening. And before I knew it, I had these objects raining out of the sky– choo, choo, choo, choo, choo. It was raining UFOs. NARRATOR: For eight years, Lue Elizondo ran the Advanced Aerospace Threat identification Program, or AATIP, a secret Pentagon unit that investigated UFOs. Now,