Greeney, what part of "I was stationed in Mid 1965" are you having an issue with?
The first launch took place on August 10, 1966. I'm not sure if you know what it takes to launch a satellite, but it certainly takes longer than a year to put a project of this size together. The services of an airman 2nd class technician would have been recruited well before the first launch date. So being stationed in 1965 makes perfect sense and is an accurate statement. Remeber, he did not say he saw the pictures in mid 1965, he said he was stationed in 1965.
in 1965 Greeney.
The program obviously took years to develop. It wasn't like the project was conceived of in 1966 and then BOOM, there is a satellite orbiting around the moon. These sorts of missions take time to develop.
Wolf would have bee stationed in preparation for the missions well before the satellites were launched.
So yes, the dates check out. Again... stationed in 1965
greeney2 wrote:No mission occured on that Langley program until a full year after his claim of seeing pictures.
Again Greeney, his claim was that he was stationed
at langely in mid 65. He did not say thats when he saw the pictures. He did not mentioned at all when he actually saw the pictures. It could have been in 1967, or 1968, or maybe even later. We simply do not know becuase he did not mention exactly when he saw the pictures. He did however, mentioned when he was stationed
at langely. That was in 1965.
greeney2 wrote:You may believe what ever you want to believe. His claim is impossible--There were no luner orbiter program pictures yet on those dates. Period!
Again, he was stationed in 1965. He did not once mention when the exact date he saw the pictures... So, On the contrary, his claims are plausible and very possible.