Originally posted by csinvis
The picture of the UFO drawings looks similar to the egyptian hieroglyphs (the top right one)
Carlos Antonio de los Santos, in the interior of the Piper Aztec, shortly after landing at the airport in Mexico:
On May 8th it filtered through the international airport news that they could clarify the issue: "The UFOs were detected on radar."
The fact was recorded in the same moment that the pilot communicated to De los Santos Mexico control tower the removal of the UFOs. Interestingly, the "echo" was observed in the same direction as the witness said ...
Statement made by Radar Controller Julio Cesar Diaz Interiánradar:
"Tequesquitengo-De Mexico, D. F., is 48 miles. The plane was detected at 43, south of the airport as a single "echo". No radio contact was established. It was, in short, unique craft in that area. At 20 miles southeast is the area of volcanoes, and the Ajusco is slightly to the left of the vector of the plane flight. It was impossible to know if there were more objects as they were close together. Because of this proximity could only register a single "echo". At about 15 miles from the airport, that is, in the area of Mount Ajusco-we missed the plane, because that part is "blind" to the radar. Back in communication with De los Santos, we informed the approach controller, Mr. Estañol Lopez, and me, that UFOs had climbed to 15,800 feet. In total he had under his control about 10 or 15 minutes. We lost radar contact via, but not radial, and at that time informed us that he had regained control of the plane and had been dropped on Ajusco, about 15,400 feet. De los Santos reported then that the object is moving away toward the volcanoes and the view was missing. At that instant the plane was found 12 miles south. At the moment we said "that was wasting of view", was another "echo" within 10 miles of the Piper and 14 southeast of us.The "echo" then made a left turn of 270 degrees, within three to four miles at a speed of 450 to 500 nautical miles per hour. It was unbelievable!"
Originally posted by karl 12
Finally their blips merged on the radar screen and sped away toward Mt. Popocatepetl.
MEXICO: PILOT REPORTS UFO
According to a report by Mexican researcher Alfonso Salazar, Captain Luis Guillermo Cruz, first officer of a Boeing 737-200, registration XA-MAR, reported a tubular unidentified flying object with a metallic appearance directly over Lake Tequesquitengo in the Mexican state of Morelos.
The sighting occurred on September 16, 2006 at 14:00 hrs. during a flight from Huatulco to Mexico City along air corridor L-47. Weather conditions were clear with some clouds.
According to the witness, he was alerted by an intense reflection visible four miles away from the airline, toward the right side of the cabin. At first he thought it could be a glider, but as they approached, he had a clear observation of an unknown object.
He added that the tubular flying object crossed at the same altitude the airliner was flying but in the opposite direction and with a north/south trajectory, remaining a mile and a half distant from the airliner.
The object vanished 4 minutes later.
Originally posted by maryhinge
its hard to get pc time with three kids HA
"When you have the view of the airspace and the radar screen and you see the UFOs go around twenty or thirty miles a second – that is very real. They can turn suddenly almost 90 degrees in a second or half a second. The UFOs can go vertically straight up very quickly."
Mexico City Senior Air Traffic Controller, Enrique Kolbeck
"There is no other conclusion I can reach but that for six hours on the morning of the 20th of July, 1952 there were at least ten unidentifiable objects moving above Washington....I can safely deduce that they performed gyrations which no known aircraft could perform. By this I mean that our scope showed that they could make right angle turrns and complete reversals of flight".
Senior Air Route Traffic Controller Harry Barnes
“What I saw defied all logic and was, quite frankly, extraordinary. It wasn’t just me, more than 30 pairs of eyes of RAF staff and radar operators at Heathrow Airport witnessed the same thing. I instantly knew this wasn’t a convoy of military planes -the only craft with that rate of climb were supersonic lightning aircraft but they wouldn’t have been able to hold such a perfect formation".
RAF Wing Commander Alan Turner (MBE).
"Here we had a number of object seen coming in across the North Sea on coastal radar. It looked like a Russian mistake. Jet aircraft were scrambled. The objects were travelling at quite impossible speeds like 4-5000 mph and then came to an abrupt halt near to one of these stations not very high up. Jet aircraft picked them up on aircraft radar. The objects then simply made rings round them."
Ralph Noyes,Senior Official with British Air Ministry - retired as Under Secretary of State in 1977
"During the 1955 Warsaw Pact exercises, a radar station in the area of Warsaw recognized two targets over the Gulf of Gdansk. The targets were moving at a speed of 2,300 km/h at an altitude of 20 thousand meters. In those days there was no aircraft with such performance. At one point it was noticed that the two objects did a 90 degrees turn, literally on the spot with no turning radius. This maneuver at such high speeds cannot be done. Most modern aircraft are unable to do so even today, and that was 50 years ago".
Colonel Ryszard Grundmanem - Former Head of Poland's 'Air Traffic, Air Force and Air Defense'
Originally posted by antar
You know I even feel guilty talking openly about it, it must be so difficult for all of the courageous ex-Military to come forward. It sticks in your heart region and creates pressure to even fathom what they must experience when telling what they know openly.
Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
Maybe I missed it but I don't think anyone brought up this more recent Mexican Air force UFO footage?
'The Unexplained Files' to Premiere Wednesday, August 28 on Science Channel
Carlos de los Santos- Pilot Carlos de los Santos is en route to Mexico City Airport, when he is suddenly surrounded by three UFOs. Carlos is terrified as the silver discs seem to disable his aircraft, then raise it to a high altitude, threatening a fatal stall. Carlos regains control when the strange objects suddenly dart off to a volcano at inconceivably high speeds, completing aerial manoeuvres that were unheard of at the time. Investigation proves that Carlos was neither intoxicated or under the influence of drugs and the actual 18-minute recording of his desperate Mayday call to the airport attests to his genuine panic. It is first time testimony from a radar operator that could prove that Carlos’s plane may have been trailed by UFOs.