Posts Tagged ‘High Altitude’
I notice a formation of military jets (x6) flying south to north over Green mountain, in Summit county. I took a picture as they pass over head. I hit save and proceeded to look at the picture, pressing the zoom to see if the jets would be visible. As I zoomed in on the first set of vapor trails, I immediately noticed an object inbetween the jets and turned the phone around to make sure there wasn’t any dirt on ther lens, which there was not. I proceeded to zoom in to the maximum setting. The figure a appears to be much larger then the jets. I also noticed four other objects, two inbetween two other jets and two that seemed to be trailing behind one jets vapor trail perhaps a mile or two behind. All objects appeared to have the exact same shape, no vapor trails and all have sun glaring off of them. None of this was visible to the naked eye. There were several of us watching them as they passed over head (the jets). I had to move under a canopy to cut out the suns glare in the photo. By the time I had realized what was in the photo, the jets had already passed over Green mountain to the north. One other thing to mention, I took the photo because it was unusual to see jets flying formation so high in altitude but I was told by a friends who was on a boat that they had noticed approx. 6 more jets further to the west.
This case is under investigation by MUFON C.O.
KEN PFEIFER MUFON NEW JERSEY
6-12-10 SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA
I listen to all of the civil and military aircraft frequencies for UFO reports. For 30 years I have never heard nothing but while driving home to Eest Texas from Shreveport La. about a week and a half ago, my receiver locked up on 124.575 OR 128.575 and a pilot was talking about “something that was glowing”. He told FWC that “about 5 aircraft had reported it on the last frequency”. Then some pilot made some type of crazy comment that I didnt understand. Then a pilot made the ” Twilight Zone” diddle over his mic. I never heard nothing else. Im sure that you know how to find this stuff out with the air traffic control centers. Im sure it was a DFW controller that was routing high altitude traffic and not a local Shreveport La. controller. Please let me know what or if you find out anything regarding this matter. Im retiring in Sept. and will be taking a field investigater course if one is needed in my area. I reside in East Texas about 20 miles from Shreveport La. but have property about 30 miles N of Shreveport near Plain Dealing La . I am all over E Texas and NW La. and would like a large area if possible. Im so heavy into UFO’s that Im designing a type of camera system to watch the skies at all angles plus have a rotateable camera with zoom lens also. My cameras will be recording constantly where I can review the skies at any time. Im a ham radio operator and have a dedicated 180 ft tower just for this system. Right now Im looking at whats available. I also want to purchase a professional cam corder to have with me while traveling. The dept store cameras wont do. Im sorry for being late reporting this to you , But Im sure theres a log regarding this incident somewhere at DFW .
KEN PFEIFER MUFON NEW JERSEY
Gary McKinnon, the English hacker facing 70 years in U.S. prison for searching Pentagon sites for UFO evidence, says the weirdest thing he found was a list of “Non-Terrestrial Officers” and fleet transfers between ships that don’t exist in the U.S. Navy.
Note – This is – possibly – a profoundly important development. If Mr. McKinnon’s data is correct, it validates the assumption the US Navy may well be operating off-planet via back-engineered ET technology. His data indicates the Navy and probably the Air Force operate a fleet of space craft and officers to either man them or otherwise control them. The Clementine mission, you will recall it was a US Navy project which mapped the entire Moon.
Gary McKinnon states, “I found a list of fleet-to-fleet transfers, and a list of ship names. I looked them up. They weren’t U.S. Navy ships. What I saw made me believe they have some kind of spaceship, off-planet”
September 1, 2009, Jeff Rense and I Discussed Space planes on his Radio Show Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine investigated myriad sightings of a two-stage-to-orbit system that could place a small military space plane in orbit during the 1990s. After the shuttle Challenger disaster in January 1986, and a subsequent string of expendable-booster failures, the military needed a quick method to get satellites into space to keep tabs on its Cold War adversaries. Considerable evidence supports the existence of a highly classified system, and top Pentagon officials have hinted that it’s “out there”. It appears the “Blackstar” system may have replaced the shelved U.S. SR-71 reconnaissance aircraft. It was composed of a large “Mothership,” closely resembling the Air Force’s historic XB-70 supersonic bomber with the orbital component under its fuselage, accelerating to supersonic speeds at high altitude before dropping the space plane. The orbiter’s engines fire and boost the vehicle into space. The shuttle could also carry a small space plane into orbit, that could then be launched.
The National Aero-Space Plane (NASP) was under development during the Carter Administration that could reach low Earth orbit but was allegedly cancelled.
Satellite orbits are predictable and activities having intelligence value can be scheduled to avoid over flights. The Navy and Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) have wanted an operational space plane for years. Small maneuverable space craft could be carried into orbit by the Shuttle or launched from a Mothership and conduct key reconnaissance. The space plane is capable of carrying an advanced imaging suite that could be configured to deliver specialized microsatellites to low Earth orbit or, perhaps, be fitted with no-warhead hypervelocity weapons–what military visionaries have called “rods from god.” Launched from the fringes of space, these high-Mach weapons could destroy deeply buried bunkers and weapons facilities.
“In 1986, Boeing filed a U.S. patent application for an advanced two-stage space transportation system. Patent No. 4,802,639, was awarded on Feb. 7, 1989, details how a small orbiter could be air-dropped from the belly of a large delta-winged carrier at Mach 3.3 and 103,800-ft. altitude. Tons of material–including long-lead structural items–for a third XB-70 Valkyrie had been stored in California warehouses years before, and a wealth of data from the X-20 DynaSoar military space plane program was readily available for application to a modern orbiter. The DynaSoar program in November 1959, was the first effort to use a manned boost-glider to fly in near-orbital space and return. The B-70 was to carry the 10,000-lb. DynaSoar glider and a 40,000-lb. liquid rocket booster to 70,000 ft. and release them while traveling at Mach 3. With this lofty start, the booster could then push the glider into its final 300-mile. orbit.
On October 4, 1998, an XB-70-like carrier aircraft was spotted flying over Salt Lake City at about 2:35 PM, by James Petty, the president of JP Rocket Engine Co. He saw a small highly swept-winged vehicle nestled under the belly of the XB-70-like aircraft climbing slowly on a west-southwest heading. The sky was clear enough to see both vehicles’ leading edges, which Petty described as a dark gray or black.