posted on Jun, 4 2016 @ 10:43 PM
Your obviously reading the NORAD Command or Senior Directors Logs that were entered into the J3 Daily Message Updates for vital activity in CONUS.
These were released to Todd Zechel first, then Barry Greenwood, then to others. These Logs formed part of the collection of 1975 ''Over Flight''
records released by the NMCC, NCOC, DIA Ops, AFINZA, AFINS, AFOSI Nth, AFOSI HQ, and the Command Posts of the bases involved in the week long
intrusion of their restricted airspace.
The objects were variously deacribed as ''unknown'' or ''unusual'' or ''unidentified'' ''helicopters'', plus ''UFOs'', ''Unidentified Flying
Objects'', ''Unidentified Paints'' (primary radar), or combinations of the above.
The FBI and AFOSI were not able to ever identify any helicopters (law enforcement helicopters, transports, etc) involved (if they were helicopters)
nor prosecute offenders. This was restricted airspace at each base. Also, no flight plan was established. That alone equates to two serious breaches
of aviation law. And this went on at 5 bases, all with nuclear weapons. The ''helicopters'' also transversed distances so quickly (in two cases) that
even the Apache helicopter would look tame. And the Apache wasnt even invented then...
General Stratton asked SAC to inform him of the whole sitiation a month later. We know from released records that he was given two different summaries
of what went on, and both were untruthful.
NORAD had, comparatively, less involvement than the other relevent commands and components. But they did scramble combat jets on one occassion. They
also asked (through the new AUTODIN FolUp channel) for updates regularly.
This cat and mouse game with unidentifieds and unknowns and mystery choppers has never been solved. Officers who were at those five bases at the time
have come to UFO researchers and quietly discussed how serious these events actually were. These events broke records at Loring AFB. Never had there
been so much Priority and Immediate message traffic in a four day period to/from the base. At Wurtsmith AFB they issued their first OPREP-3 SERIOUS
INCIDENT/EVENT reports in years. At Malmstrom they begged SAC to issue a Stage III Alert for the whole Northern Tier / Canadian boarder. And so on.