posted on Sep, 16 2010 @ 12:48 AM
More articles on subject:
The website below, which is the one up top (it's not loading for me) has a video explaining the incident. The news called all known sources that might
have there finger in this. They conclude that the Miami Air Base claims responsibility and that they do 4 exercises per year over the gulf coast. One
fact is that the Air Base did not follow protocol by letting the coast guard know.
So with that understood, we are needing to fire someone at the intake office. Why were they not notified? Maybe because there was a ufo out there and
This website states: "Homestead Air Force Base officials are using Tuesday's flare-up to remind people of their scheduled air show November 6-7, with
the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels headlining." -(Really, preparing for November; what year?)
But seriously, it sounds like they are using it as a
promotional tool after the fact. Kind of sounds like they planned it.
Homestead Air Reserve Base personnel weighs in on the event:
"Spencer said F-16 jet pilots were practicing the release of flares that are used as defensive measures for evading enemy fire."
“We don’t have an explanation as far as the patterns,” she said, after watching an eight-minute video of the incident on YouTube. “We were
However, Spencer, who talked with the base’s pilots about the training exercises, said there were no parachutes on the flares.“They were flares,
and flares fall,” she insisted. She said perhaps people could not perceive the movement from miles away.
edit on 16-9-2010 by scar7 because: (no reason given)