posted on Apr, 10 2007 @ 12:12 PM
Originally posted by galm 1
I believe that it does exist, just not in service at this moment. I believe that they have working prototypes and that they are soon to be ready for
service. It was recently reported than on 27 September 1995 David Morris of Walsall, Cornwall UK took a picture of a triangular shaped plane being
refueled by a KC-135, and flanked by a pair of F-111s. The unknown aircraft appeared to be about three-quarters the size of the KC-135. There is your
proof. I don't believe in alien UFO's, but some sort of military plane, escorted by USAF fighters, was refueling.
OK. Lets put this one to bed, with the real facts.
In 1989 a former member of the UK's Royal Observer Corps, by the name of Chris Gibson, was working on an oil platform in the North Sea, when he was
called out on deck by a colleague who was witnessing an unusual formation of aircraft. Gibson recognised a KC-135 Extender, and two F-111's, but the
third aircraft in the formation, which appeared to be refuelling he could not identify.
He drew a picture of what he saw, including the KC-135, the F-111's and an aircraft that was the shape of an isocelese triangle.
Gibsons qualifications as a witness were impeccable, because he was trained in aircraft recognition and was familiar with just about everything that
was flying at the time. He still hasn't identified what he saw, but he has stated that it was not an F117, or a B2 Spirit.
The picture to which you refer is a mock-up image, produced for UFO Magazine in the UK, to illustrate what Gibson saw. It is NOT a real photo.