posted on Dec, 14 2008 @ 03:17 AM
I see the comments so far are made without first reading more about the facts of the case. All of your questions and then some are answered at the web
site referenced by the Original Poster. The documentation and information is solid, the ramifications,... staggering. Such an important event deserves
better than a quick look and a dismissing comment, based on a lack of knowledge. It is your ATS duty to investigate any links provided BEFORE
There are multiple versions of the event taken from numerous locations that day, and there are detailed transcripts of everything, (Almost
everything), said by the operators. The cameras used to capture the object were the most advanced designs of the time. They were basically telescopes
mounted on sophisticated tracking mounts, the sensors were again the best available at the time, strictly Military grade, way advanced for the time.
They were originally used to track and record fighter aircraft during dogfight training, the range of these exercises was around thirty miles, so the
range of the special video cameras was similar. The vibration and motion traking seen in the videos is astounding if you consider when they were
made. This case deserves some time spent collecting the information before making any offhand comments.
On another aspect of this case, I saw a good UFO case reported at one of the major reporting sights, some years ago, the witness had captured some
really sharp photo's of a silvery UFO flying over his subdivision, in broad daylight. The interesting factor was, and is, that the object he imaged
looked very much like the Nellis object. Sorry to say, I do not have a link to the sight, but if anyone has further information of that case, please
post the link.