What if your name is placed on a n-fly list after you are in the air? You will return home by car, bus, or train. “Take the bus, and leave the driving to us!”
Exception: you are already on board a flight to Hawaii. Then you will return by cruise ship. Or maybe a freighter.
It happened to Wade Hicks.
Mr. Hicks boarded such a flight. He was on his way to Hawaii, where he was to meet his wife, Navy Lieutenant Hicks, who is stationed in Okinawa, Japan, where the Navy has lots of ships. He was on a military flight.
That’s a nice perk, by the way. He flies on a military flight. I guess it’s classified under R&R. It’s the new Navy. It keeps morale high.
He got off the plane in Hawaii. He was not allowed to re-board.
His name was on a no-fly list.
Then armed guards escorted him off the plane. They were with the Air Force.
He has been stranded in Hawaii ever since.
He had passed an FBI check in Mississippi. He is allowed to carry a gun there.
Hicks also holds a TWIC card, or Transportation Worker Identification Credential. This is issued by the TSA. He is a defense contractor.
His passport is valid.
So, what had he done? The government isn’t saying.
How could he get on the plane in San Francisco? The government isn’t saying.
He thinks the reason he was placed on the list is because he is a member of the Mississippi Preparedness Project. This is a prepper organization. But he does not know.
How can you get off the list? The government isn’t saying.
How can we turn this nation around, mid-flight? The government isn’t saying.