Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Google Website Searches:
Focus On U.S. Air Force (Primarely) UFO Chases

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UFO News Article:
“UFO spotters pass lie detector”

31 October 1973 
(Boca Raton News, Florida)

The article reports on the 11 October 1973 Charles Hickson/Calvin Parker UFO case (in Pascagoula, Mississippi):

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UFO News Article (Blog):
“Radar's great, but we want Reptilians”

By Billy Cox, 15 October 2015
(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox reports on a possible UFO incident involving the U.S. Air Force. The incident, witnessed by a pastor (Marine Corps veteran), occurred over Alto (New Mexico) on 10 June 2015.

The case was/is investigated (FOIA request to the Federal Aviation Administration) by William Puckett (UFOs Northwest):

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Late in the evening of June 10, the pastor heard jets overhead, and saw that they were chasing anywhere from 15 to 30 lights moving haphazardly in the sky. He said the drama lasted for more than half an hour before fading into the northeast. What grabbed Puckett’s attention was the sighting location – 20 miles east of the White Sands Military Operations Area (MOA), and 30 miles northeast of Holloman AFB. According to the maps, Alto lies outside the MOA. Puckett, a former National Weather Service meteorologist, finds potential military connections irresistible.

Most of the returns were clustered to the northeast of Alto, but only one of the planes, traveling at about 20,000 feet, had its transponder on. Puckett said it’s not unusual for military aircraft flying sorties to go dark that way, but the returns from the northeast were so densely concentrated “it’s almost impossible for me to track individual objects,” Puckett says. “They were making lots of circles, so they were definitely up to something.” Some of those pingbacks could’ve UFOs. What he knows for sure is that at 11:53 p.m., on the tail-end of his FOIA request window, the aircraft were detected making approaches to Holloman.

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