Interesting wording ‘…incursions initially designated as UAP.’
Remember that big UFO presser the Pentagon held in Washington, D.C., way back in 1952, the one organized in response to public concerns about encounters between flying saucers and military jets?
Well, in the teeth of current public angst over UFOs, fueled largely by the recent experiences of U.S. Navy personnel, it is time for an encore. I sincerely hope this time the feds won’t blame it all on atmospheric temperature inversions, as they did in 1952 in efforts to explain away blips on radar that coincidentally lined up with eyewitness accounts of said UFOs.
My view is that these encounters are the result of training by an elite group within the U.S. military unknown to conventional forces. The military is either getting ready to use these weapons more regularly or already is using these weapons more regularly.
Either way, no matter how advanced a weapons system is, its successful use in actual military conflict is not guaranteed without proper training.
Ok, so, here we go again … another UFO sighting reported by a pilot. The encounter happened on Feb. 21 during an American Airlines flight over New Mexico.
The blog Deep Black Horizon discovered the sighting while monitoring radio traffic between pilots and air traffic control.
Here are some links to stories:
At this point, it’s time to apply Occam’s razor, a general rule stipulating that the simplest explanation for a problem is usually the correct one. In recent years we’ve had several astonishing UFO encounters involving military and civilian pilots. These encounters have taken place over the United States, often over military ranges and during military training exercises.
Therefore, the UFOs are U.S. military.
I found this both interesting and hilarious, the idea that the Pentagon’s going to release a report disclosing what it knows about UFOs. Here is a link to one article about this alleged countdown to disclosure.
I suspect that if a report ever is issued it will be so sanitized of classified information that it will not disclose any useful information.
A paltry few media organs report on Rendlesham Forest at 40.
One takeaway is that it seems like people are more open to the terrestrial hypothesis. I also think a 3-D holographic display, deployed as part of the operation, is plausible. Please see my essay on the subject here: https://emilvenere.com/files/120622222.pdf
Excellent coverage in the War Zone detailing a private pilot’s photographic odyssey over Area 51
The incredible vastness of this place, and the complexity of the Pentagon’s intriguing machinations, is mind blowing.
Excellent reportage from the War Zone!
Yeah, it’s pretty obvious that the Air Force can’t tell the truth about the UAPs because the Tic Tacs are Air Force.
Fascinating War Zone article about those Navy UFOs:
I think this paragraph nails it:
“For the Navy to point at video evidence and say, that’s “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” represents a rare move by a branch of the American military. For a lot of people, this declaration seems to slam the door on any debate of whether or not the objects in question are highly exotic and classified aerospace technology. However, referring back to The War Zone’s in-depth coverage on Special Access Programs (SAPs), if these aircraft were related to an unacknowledged SAP or waived-unacknowledged SAP, the existence of this technology would be denied to everyone outside of the program. Moreover, if these were highly classified technologies emerging from a SAP being run by another branch of the Department of Defense, the Navy could indeed be unaware of what these objects really are.”
I doubt these were ‘drones,’ but, rather, piloted above-top-secret U.S. aerospace vehicles.