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The Operational model of the TR-3B
SLIDE 79: Original Schematic TR-3B
SLIDE 80: Belgian 4 Triangles
On the night of March 30th 1990, a Captain of the Belgian National Police decided to pursue the reports coming in of Triangular shaped UFO. Two Radar installations, one a NATO defense group and the other a Belgian civilian and military radar, also verified the UFO.
Excellent atmospheric conditions prevailed, and there was no possibility of false echoes due to temperature inversions. At 5 AM in the morning, two dispatched F-16 fighters spotted the Triangle on their radar screens which had locked onto the target.
Six seconds later the object speeded up from an initial velocity of 280 kilometers per hour to 1800 kilometers per hour; at the same time descending from an altitude of 3,000 meters to 1,700 meters, then down to 200 meters, causing the F-16 radars to lose lock-on.
This maneuver happened all in a matter of 1 second. The 40 G acceleration of the Triangle was some 32 Gravitational forces higher than what a human pilot can stand.
Contrary to normal aeronautical expectations, no sonic boom was heard. This phenomenal game of hide and seek was observed by 20 National Policemen and hundreds of other witnesses, who all saw the Triangular vehicle and the F-16 fighters. The chase was repeated twice more during the next hour.
The Belgians have made all the information of this event public, unlike our government, which admits nothing and denies everything to do with UFOs, even when some of them are ours.
SLIDE 81: C-130 special Ops plane - front view
The original picture of the TR-3B was taken with a digital camera that was carried onto a black - special operations C-130. An Air Force Special Operations sergeant took the picture while the C-130 was flying mission support for the TR-3B.
I've seen this picture personally and have interviewed several people who worked on the program. I'm sure of my facts and specifications.
You can see for yourselves that from the Belgium pictures, the resulting Computer Composite of the European sightings, and my original schematic taken from interviews, that this is an accurate rendition of the TR-3.