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Posted by Tony Cardona on August 2, 2001 01:32:56 UTC

gentleman said the object moved slowly thru the air and then accelerated to cover a distance of 10 miles in 30 seconds. ( he did not say 5-6 miles like you mentioned but 10 miles in 30 seconds, thats a huge distance)If this was a B-1 like you say then when it accelerated to cover that speed, wouldnt the after burners ignite? And make a much louder sound?

Another point I also disagree with is the fact that the observer has lived here for a very long time. He would have mentioned test manuevers from an air force base if he remotely thought thats what he had seen. And a B-1 doing test manuevers at 11:30 at night? I knows its not a residential area but there are residents all around the area. I dont think they do tests that regularly because again the gentleman would have indicated that.


As you indicated the airspace for test maneuvers does lie to the SW of his home. the object was moving west then south. If it was a b1 bomber or a jet for that matter, they were in the correct location doing exacly what they are entitled to do, testing maneuvers. And if it wasnt a jet then perhaps it was a classified secret UFO from the government. Who knows...keep your eyes open and get a video camera..the truth is out there.

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