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Kelleher said, the analysis indicates that deployment of Flying Triangles is open, not covert, and involves low-flying, brightly lit aircraft routinely deployed over populated areas including cities and Interstate highways.
Prior to acknowledgement of the F-117 and B-2 aircraft, only rare night time sightings occurred in the sparsely populated sections of Nevada, California and a few other states. Flying at low altitude over populated areas was rarely reported for the F-117 or B-2.
Originally posted by BLACKburn
The Sheriffs dept asked me for my number and 2 minutes later a guy from the FAA called me. I guess the Sheriffs dept gave it to him. He asked me what I saw, and he said"Wow, that sounds interesting. I have a UFO hotline you can call."
I thought it was strange. I called the UFO hotline (206) 722-3000.
That guy didn't like me very much. He was rude. Kept telling me to calm down. He said that someone else should have seen a craft this big. I told him "I don't care what you think, cause I have video"
Originally posted by Anubis Kanubis
Very interesting footage. It reminds me of the Phoenix triangle...
I'd like to point out that this happened less than 200 miles away from Area 51 and that triangular shaped patterns that are very large have been spotted on Google Earth. In Alaska miles, that isn't very far. Could these be landing areas for this craft or possibly scars in vegetation from it having landed there.
This triangle is about 60 miles away from area 51. It is extremely large (about .6 miles).
[edit on 11/21/2007 by Anubis Kanubis]
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
Looks like U.S. Military aircraft / spacecraft putting on an airshow.
Keep looking and getting them on video. Maybe they will come down
closer next time. We probably won't get a close up until 2012.
Originally posted by punkinworks
Those triangles on the ground in nevada are missle target areas.
Originally posted by schuyler
During the first part of the video it semed to me the lights were standard strobe ights at the ends of an aircraft wing. Indeed, a swept back wing configuration on an average airliner would give you the illusion of a triangle. But later on in the video there were strobes from the exact middle of the craft. I've seen strobes on the TOP of aircraft, but I've never seen them on the the bottom centered between the two wings. Maybe someone else here is more familiar with standard strobe configurations. At first I thought, 'Oh, my God, it's Gottigo's sister!' They were pretty excited. I suspect the photography did not do justice to the craft and that it was more inspiring to see it in person.