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Schmidt states that the crew spoke German and acted like German soldiers.

He also stated that they took him to the Polar region.

The USS Pine Island, a Currituck Class Seaplane Tender, was laid down, 16 November 1942, at Todd Shipyard Corporation, in San Pedro, California. how does one go about losing a major surface ship, over 640 feet long, almost seventy feet wide, with a displacement of over 15,000 tons? was delivered to Zidell Explorations in Portland, OR (now Zidell Marine) on 3/7/72 under a standard scrapping contract.

It was launched, 26 February 1944, and given the commissioned name, USS Pine Island on 26 April 1945. [see As a federal employee with immediate access to the NDRF (National Defense Reserve Fleet) archives, which are all unclassified, let me provide additional information as it relates to the subject story of 3/15. Choron states: The USS Pine Island was struck from the Naval Register, on an unknown date... Zidell paid 6K for the ship, which would be typical.

Of course, one must also realize that at the time of Schmidts comments, the rumors of secret Nazi bases at the poles were already fairly common... In his defense, it must be noted that his description of the aerial discs, as he called them, matched pictures captured from the Germans in the final days of the Second World War.There is a far more plausible explanation than the so-called reptiloids.Another noted example is the American , a man whose father was born in Germany, and who tells in his book Incident At Kearney, that he was taken on a flying saucer on several occasions.Still, in March 1955, he was placed in charge of Operation Deepfreeze which was part of the International Geophysical Year, 1957-1958, exploration of the Antarctic. There was no other known threat could that could account for the United States invasion of Antarctica nor for the development of any craft that could fly fly from Pole to pole with incredible speeds.Rumors began to circulate that even though Germany had been defeated, a selection of military personnel and scientists had fled the fatherland as Allied troops swept across mainland Europe and established themselves at a base on Antarctica from where they continued to develop advanced aircraft based on extraterrestrial technologies.