Pilot Ejects From Military Jet And Requests Ambulance, Puzzling Audio Emerges


In a strange turn of events, a recently released 911 audio reveals the confusing aftermath of a pilot’s ejection from a stealth military jet, which subsequently crashed in South Carolina. The audio raises more questions about the circumstances leading up to the incident.

Key Takeaway

The release of a puzzling 911 audio following a pilot’s ejection from a military jet and subsequent crash raises more questions about the events leading up to the incident. Authorities are yet to provide explanations for the malfunction, the jet’s continued flight, and the delayed recovery of the wreckage.

The Ejection and Crash

On Sunday, an F-35 fighter jet crashed in South Carolina due to an undisclosed malfunction, prompting the pilot to eject from the aircraft while flying at an altitude of 1,000 feet. This unexpected turn of events resulted in the pilot’s landing in a homeowner’s backyard, sustaining injuries to his back.

The 911 Call

The homeowner calmly contacted the emergency services, requesting an ambulance for the injured pilot. During the call, the homeowner informed the dispatcher, “We got a pilot in the house, and I guess he landed in my backyard, and we’re trying to see if we could get an ambulance to the house, please.”

Pilot’s Distressed Communication

Shortly after, the pilot himself took over the call, urgently stating, “Ma’am, a military jet crashed. I’m the pilot. We need to get rescue rolling. I’m not sure where the airplane is. It would have crash-landed somewhere. I ejected.”

Dispatcher’s Confusion

The dispatcher, taken aback by the unusual situation, struggled to comprehend the sequence of events and required clarification from both the homeowner and the pilot to fully understand the gravity of the situation.

The Search for the Wreckage

The crash occurred in a remote area of South Carolina, and it took military authorities nearly 24 hours to locate the wreckage, adding to the perplexity surrounding the incident. During this time, a resident reported the intense sound of the jet before and upon impact.

Unanswered Questions

As of now, there has been no official statement regarding the exact cause of the malfunction, how the jet managed to continue flying for half an hour after the pilot’s ejection, or why the wreckage remained missing for an entire day.