An mp3 file can be created from a youtube video. It seems that a number of programs can convert audio to text. I think MS Word can even do it.
I grabbed the Spanish transcript, but it's missing the English parts. The cc translates that Spanish into English but ignores the English, so there's no transcript for when Dietrich speaks.
(Question) "Ask if she saw Kurtz's jet during the encounter"
The young woman translates Dietrich's answer into Spanish; here's the CC of that back into English. It's a mess --
"in the man s good she but knows that I was in the air at that time he was doing a functional check says that he does not know exactly what to think at which point in the air was one of the key witnesses that there is of this day a princeton controller so there was person Some that they were using on the radio or that were doing maneuvers in the air but that she was otherwise the most united of the team so she is there just trying not to lose her uncle"
Basically useless. Here's Dietrich's answer to my ears, with pauses omitted:
"So during our encounter I did not see, no, he would have been, Colonel, Lieutenant
Colonel Kurtz, he would have been the skipper of the VMFA 232 Red Devil. They were
the marine squadron attached to our air wing, flying off the aircraft carrier with us.
I do know that he was out, airborne at the time, so, I think he was the single ship,
or the single aircraft, and (today?) was the single seat pilot in a single aircraft
and I think he was doing a functional check flight at the time in the area so I don't
know where exactly he was in relation to us, and I don't know exactly -- you know I
certainly can't speak for him in terms of what he saw but I do know he was one of
those witnesses, just like the controller on the Princeton and we had an airborne
controller called Banger -- it was the call sign -- which was an E2, which has an
airborne radar. So there were a lot of different folks who were airborne or involved
or on the radios and listening to all these different conversations happening,
but I'm not sure, again, I was the most junior pilot involved and just tried to
hang on and not lose sight of my lead."