What in the World Is NASA’s Research Plane Doing at a Military Base in Africa? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

What in the World Is NASA’s Research Plane Doing at a Military Base in Africa?

Digital Globe satellite imagery of the U.S. military base at Camp Lemmonier in Djibouti, dated Sept. 20, depicts NASA’s WB-57 high-altitude aircraft on the recently-expanded auxiliary operations apron.

The question is—why? What purpose does a scientific research plane have in visiting America’s main military outpost in Africa? One possible answer is … making maps for commando raids.

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