Coote began flying in 1976 and has been a military and
civilian pilot. His experience includes flying as a scout
in the cavalry, an instructor pilot in an attack helicopter
battalion, a helicopter pilot based on offshore oil rigs
and freight and passenger operations for commercial airlines.
He has flown in Europe, New Zealand and North America.
For enjoyment, he has flown model planes, para-sails,
ultra-lights, gliders, balloons and airships - props,
rotors and jets. With over 10,000 hours flight time, he
is currently a captain for a U.S. airline that operates
a fleet of both Boeing and Airbus aircraft.
few years ago, David learned of disturbing information
regarding the abandonment of our soldiers in prisoner
camps after the Vietnam war. Like most people, he didn't
want to believe that official policy would allow such
a thing. Since then, he has endeavored to find out what
else we are not being told. It was during this time he
learned that a respected, credentialed, career military
officer, Colonel Philip J. Corso, (who had testified at
the House Subcommittee Hearing on the MIA/POW issue) was
the author of a book titled The
Day after Roswell. This was a turning-point
for David Coote who then decided he had better take a
second look at the subject of extraterrestrial-related