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We can exclude experimental craft
Originally posted by Frith
So this happened at the same time as the 1952 Washington D.C. UFO flap (July 1952) and sixty years later we're only just now reading of it.
For all this secrecy there is bound to be something of substance to the subject.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
The idea that this size of object was seen only by one witness out of four is worth considering.
Originally posted by IMSAM
Unfortunately i dont what case is this as for me it is completely new
Interviews found at 13:55.
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
saucer sam on the net
"Certainly when I socialized with my RAF colleagues, I would find that they were a little bit more receptive to the idea of UFOs--and by that I mean perhaps even an extraterrestrial explanation for this -- than you might have supposed. One of the reasons for that was that so many RAF pilots had actually seen things themselves. Many of them have never made an official report. I had one chap tell me that he had seen something over the North Sea. I asked him why he hadn't reported it, and he said, 'I don't want to be known as Flying Saucer Fred for the rest of my career.'"
Nick Pope, headed up the "UFO desk" at Air Secretariat 2-A, British Ministry of Defense from 1991-1994.