Boeing Helicopters Mesa Arizona * Hughes Helicopters - Way of the Future - HRH Gerald Carroll Estate

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case - Largest Organised Criminal Conspiracy and Corruption Case - $ One Billion Dollars
$ 1.000.000.000 Embezzlement of Funds Criminal Liquidation of Assets on a World Wide basis
http://www.carrollfoundationtrust.com

Friday, 29 June 2012

Boeing Helicopters Mesa Arizona ** Hughes Helicopters Culver City Los Angeles Calfornia - THE LEGEND *** THE AVIATOR *** 7,000 ROMAINE STREET LOS ANGELES - The Industrialist Billionaire Howard R Hughes Estate Files - "Spectacular Way of the Future" *** Gerald Carroll Trust Estate Files - FBI Economic National Security Case










The Howard Hughes estate interests including the Summa Corporation Hughes Helicopters Hughes Aircraft Corporation together with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Maryland "in association" with the Gerald Carroll Trust Global Corporations estate interests specifically Carroll Aircraft Corporation Carroll Anglo-American Corporation and Maine Investments Gibraltar are the "named" victims in the forensic compelling criminal evidential dossiers submitted to the cross-border inter-agencies law enforcement authorities who are charged with this massive ongoing money laundering organised crime tax evasion fraud case which stretches the globe over a staggering sixteen years.






The first flight of the first Apache prototype, YAH-64 AV02, at Palomar Airport in 1975. Curiously, the first Apache flight did not actually take place at Culver City, for reasons unknown. The first prototype was trucked to Palomar Airport for its first flight.




James A Vittitoe Hughes Helicopters first production test pilot.




Crew chief Dick Lofland left with pilot Bob Ferry before the record-setting flight.

In April 1966 the U.S. Army OH-6A which would later win accolades for its performance as a scout helicopter in Vietnam set 23 world records for distance speed and altitude; more than four decades later many are unsurpassed. Perhaps the most incredible of these unbroken records is the longest nonstop unrefueled flight by any helicopter. Bob Ferry a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and Hughes test pilot took off from the helipad at the Hughes Tool Company in Culver City California and landed at Ormond Beach Florida 15 hours and eight minutes—and 2,213.1 miles—later. Ferry had been expected to land in Miami where the national media were waiting. Due to weather conditions he ended up on a deserted beach hundreds of miles north.

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