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Aug 8 2009 Arlington Texas UFO - A MASSIVE coverup

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posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 11:24 AM
reply to post by UKWO1Phot

The F-22 wing is essentially what is known as a supercritical wing. That means that it is as thin as they could make it and still provide lift. It would be very easy to not see them from the angle and blurriness of the pics.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:00 PM
The Alphabet agencies have had stories and rumors like these on lock-down for half a century.

I have a feeling that it's leaks like these, the readiness of other general information and the ability to organize mass amounts of people that the internet has become the target of recent attacks by law makers in the name of the war on terror, or in the name of protecting people's right to privacy.

To those in power and those "in the know" the internet is an extremely dangerous weapon that levels the playing field. Expect to see increased restrictions placed on the world wide web in the coming years in an attempt to control what people know.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:05 PM
Xeonsky said in his thread two radio stations had calls in about this:-

I was actually listening to the radio (he's referring to 97.9 the beat here) in Irving, TX, when the DJ said that a lot of people where calling in and saying that there was a truck on I-20 with a UFO on the bed of the truck.

It was being followed by what looked like miltary and police.This was kind of like what they do when a big name politician comes into town where they close the highway down for them. I remember they did that for Donald Rumsfeld when he was here about 2 1/2 years ago.

I then switched to another radio station since the one I was listening to went to commerical, and after awhile of listening they said they were getting calls in about the same thing. I don't know if it was for a movie or what, but if it was wouldn't they have closed the highway down before hand?

Has this second radio station been identified and has it been silenced in the same way as 97.9 ?

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:10 PM
If the author of the article had any respect for the agreement he made with the informant. He would not have included this sentance:

"The officer, who was an 8 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department, "

From the article:
"The only condition that he had was that he did not want to reveal his name, or any other information that would allow him to be identified by anyone of his superiors or by any of the agencies "

Well either this author is lying, or he is a complete bastard.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by MR BOB]

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:10 PM

Originally posted by Mr_skepticc

Quote from Mr. _skeptic:
I called, nice lady answered and told me that in fact yes it ws a military jet, and they had all been getting a good laugh around the office over all the attention it got, and to think people would actually think it was a, lol thats what she said not me. She also added, well it couldn't be a ufo, because it wasn't flying, and it was identified by the entire Dallas police dept.

"mystery solved, took me 17 mins." (Unquote)

Well, you just showed us how much of a skeptic you are--to a fault!

I was thinking that this thread would be a good one for the gov'ment shills to show up and be identified by supplying accurate but misleading data. Thank you.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by Aliensun]

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:23 PM

Originally posted by MR BOB
If the author of the article had any respect for the agreement he made with the informant. He would not have included this sentance:

"The officer, who was an 8 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department, "

From the article:
"The only condition that he had was that he did not want to reveal his name, or any other information that would allow him to be identified by anyone of his superiors or by any of the agencies "

Well either this author is lying, or he is a complete bastard.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by MR BOB]

Good point

It wouldn't take a genius to work out who the officer was with this information plastered over the net...

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:31 PM
reply to post by expat2368

Now that is what I'm talking about!
Let's get this party started!
Actually I came to this site to see if I could get late breaking responsible stories concerning possible UFO sightings.
Thanks expat! You did not disappoint.
With the particulars of this event I would definitely say there is some sort of cover up happening here... you don't try to cover up "nothing."

"Our ancient ancestors did not carve fairy tales in stone."

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:36 PM
Funny thought..

The best way to cover up a black op. is to not cover it up at all

The best way for Aliens to avoid being detected is to behave like air planes and Chinese Flying Lanterns

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:39 PM
The other thing to consider if this was an F-22 fuselage section is the Radar Absorbant Material. Unlike the F-117 and B-2, which had the RAM sprayed on, IIRC the -22 incorporates it in the construction. The RAM is one of the most closely guarded secrets in the AF. There is NO WAY an F-22 section is going to drive down the road without a ton of security, both military and civillian.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:43 PM
Zaphod, how about you proof your speculation with some articles.

Stealth technology is hardly new to the world, it has been around for over 20 years now if not more.

Other nations are already catching up with the US, Britain's Typhoon also has RAM.

I have seen much military equipment being moved, normally there isn't police involved, normally it's a bunch of HMMWV's.

And i'm in the US Army and I know how things are done, the airforce is not much different.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:53 PM

Originally posted by expat2368
This report was done by Manuel Navarette at UFOcasebook

...and is a pretty obvious fraud, actually.

Top secret cargo does move in and around Dallas. I can say from having worked with the Police departments in the area that they don't escort these loads (the National Guard or other agencies do.)

As other have said, this is a classic "MIB hoax" type story -- JoeAveragePerson (military, police) called in and sworn to secrecy and escorting a body/object/etc.

JoeAverage never gets anywhere near this kind of stuff -- you have to have security clearances out the wazoo for it, and you can't get that kind of security clearance with one phone call. In order to maintain the security clearance, you have to go through routine evaluations of your ability to keep secrets.

There's more holes in it (particularly if you live in the area and know it well), but the biggest sign that it's a hoax is always someone who's not trained in special procedures and without special security clearances (and these people do NOT talk about things they've seen until many decades later) show up and get involved in ufo/alien body/special military project.

And no, they didn't close off I 20 that night.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 12:56 PM
WTF ! Did anyone take any notice of what this guy said ?

Originally posted by Nate8727
As a member of the army that's worked with military aircraft for the last 9 years, I can tell you that the Army and Air Force do not show their aircraft in public. They don't haul helicopters, or military aircraft down the highway. They put it in a bigger military plane or helicopter and fly it to its destination with a Chinook (CH-47), or a big air force plane like a C-140, etc... If the aircraft is functional, they usually just fly it to its location.

A lot of what you would see on a military aircraft is classified material, not to mention seeing it at all is something the military doesn't want done because it can give any enemy possible intel on it.

Whatever that thing was being transported, they were in a hurry, and it was a last minute operation.

He's military ! Is this not important info ?He say's 'the Army and the Air Force DO NOT show they're aircraft in public !

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by Mr_skepticc

thanks for these images of the F35 because they prove without a doubt that the object on the truck is NOT an F35 without wings. It looks nothing like it.

I would also hazard a guess that the scale is wrong. The object appears to be AT LEAST least twice the width of the truck.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:08 PM
And it's not an F-22 Raptor either..

Unless they have removed the cockpit housing that is..

The shape is similar though..

Front Image

Rear image.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by UKWO1Phot

You do realize that the rear photo you posted is from a toy, right?

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:17 PM
reply to post by UKWO1Phot

Only the center fuselage is produced in Texas. The cockpit and tails are attached in Marietta, Ga.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:19 PM
For this case, real or an excercise, would have been a terrific way for the PTB to pull out all stops to see how they could control the situation. Since basically everything is recordered by the NSA for possible playback as they they wish, every utterances could be traced back to the person making it. That includes, of course the radio stations, the phone calls, the twitters, the texting, the emails, etc.

And that would be just th beginning of the coverup and seeing who was naughty and nice, who was compliant and who was being difficult. Visit after visit would be made to shore up the silence. That officer, using the phone, would have been the number one target on the list. You can bet he won't ever say another word on the subject.

It has been known for decades that elite teams, supposedly Delta force before that became an over-used term, were stationed variously around the country to salvage crashed UFOs. Those folks would conduct training excerises to sharpen their talents, wouldn't they? If their c-130s couldn't land closeby they troops would parachute down to secure the area.

I never thought much about that until a few years ago twice within about a two weeks span something fell out of the sky here in central Texas. One object fell in the southern part of the state and something fell, almost at Ft. Hood's door. They were deemed space junk. One photo I saw from that area's local paper seemed to be a tank, a cylinder, that was proclaimed by some official somewhere to be from a Soviet satellite that had fallen out of orbit. The other one was labeled the same. The picture I saw was of an intact cylinder Neither had created a crater. My own reasoning is that object could not have fallen from orbit and have arrived that intact. Add the other object of a couple of weeks within that same span, and we have an very strange situation open to question.

A few nights later I was attracted outside by the repeated low-altitude passing of a C-130. It was running a grid path back and forth over the Austin metro area (I will say neither object fell within that area.) Having lived in the area for 30 years as a lover of aircraft, I can say never had I seen anything like that. It sticks in your mind. (I suggest it connects to training to locate a ground object and that th search pattern was important to do for training and not necessarily the area overflown.)

So with a leap of logic I'm suggsting that the two "space objects" were dumped out of the C-130 over the countryside as unknown objects and that the recovery teams did their training (but not to the extent of interacting too much with the locals). That is about as real as they could get for training in a secret program.

Sure, you can debunk this account. but first explain the two intact objects falling from space into south central Texas within a two-week time period. Chance, or something a bit more organized?

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:21 PM
reply to post by ProRipp

And I`m calling BS. First of all, there is no such thing as a C-140. Secondly, I was sitting in a truck stop with a CRST drop deck trailer hauling an F/A-18 fuselage. The driver hauled one or two a week. It`s cheaper and doesn` tie up airlift unneccessarily.

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:23 PM
I did all I could with this story, I'm not in it to destroy hopes, or working with a goverment to provide dis-information. I just got out of it, due to the fact I realize that some peOple are going to believe what they want, no matter what you say, or really what proof you have. I did call the facility, I hit #1 for employee, ask for smith in engineering, a lady answered first time, than the guy called me back, and he too laughed and said no man it wasn't a ufo I promise, if it was everybody in Texas would have knowed. Now I called the Dallas, and the Arlington police stations, neither one of their media people was available, however, the officers I talked too said no way it was a ufo, and that they had heard nothing about it, and didn't realize it was all over the internet.

I tried to show the diffrence in the rumors, and the pics, and everything else, I didn't mean to make anyone upset, or mad. I just wanted the truth to come out about the whole deal, because when I seen it I too was amazed and started checking around on it. Lik I said, I tried, and just wanted everyone to know this...

They are flying in these skeleton shells of f-35c's to do drop test on them, to check how well they hold up during hard landings. They brought them in through Arlington municipal airport, took them down I-20 to jefferson where the facility is located. They had the police help because traffic was a little more heavier that early morning than usual, it was just a shell, they didn't think nothing of it, thats why they didn't even cover it, and you didn't have what should have been, hundreds or thousands of people writing or calling, or making videos of it. Thats the truth, I stand by it, and to me the I-20 ufo deal is "SOLVED"

[edit on 16-12-2009 by Mr_skepticc]

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 01:24 PM

Originally posted by gazerstar
I just thought of something. Wouldn't the following statement make it fairly easy to narrow down the identity of the officer? Does anyone know if any officers were prosecuted (for any reason) or dismissed from the Dallas Police Department since this story broke? Assuming that this is true and because he didn't write back, I hope that he and his family are okay.

The officer, who was an 8 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department, was assigned to normal street patrol in a particular section of the city (again information has been withheld per his request).

As somebody else pointed out early on. That info is probably fake for the very reason you mention.

I think it highly likely that there was/is no one that fits that description. That's how I would do it.

And to dr uae great detective work, just wish the guy had a higher res camera in his phone.

EDIT: because I'm a twat.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by spookfish]

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