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It ended up happening two more times before I got clear of the airspace. I'm sure they thought it was hilarious. I was told later that the screech across the radio was interference caused by them locking weapons on me.
I thought it was hilarious flying over the Amish in their little buggies and seeing them watch us. Both my copilot and I both thought it was funny until we looked up and saw a mile barbed wire fence and security towers stretch below us. I'm sure there were more guns trained on us in that moment than I could ever imagine. We fully expected to have the local police waiting to talk to us when we landed but we never saw or heard anything.
It was definitely an "Oh shit" moment.
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