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Originally posted by spiritualarchitect
Have you seen any proof that there is an actual man-made aircraft called a TR-3B, or any other TR?
I have not. So if you have proof please point me too it. Because...
I could draw those drawings you see, and I could write up a fake description of how it flies and who makes it.
It would be the perfect way to draw attention away from a real alien craft because a top secret craft is a perfect cover-up ~ it comes with a built-in excuse ~ they do not have to show it to you.
The Belgium triangle wave lasted for 6 months, starting in 1989, the year before we are being told that the TR's first flew. Even if they flew before that, why would the US be testing their secret aircraft over another country ~ a small highly populated country at that ~ and in plain view of their residents?
The Belgian UFO wave contains:
...The F-16s were vectored in by Glons radar, and they soon detected a positive oval-shaped object on their on-board radar at 3,000 meters. They could see nothing visually, though.
Unique features: whatever crossed the Belgian skies that night, their features were inconsistent with any known aircraft / natural phenomena;
The US had over 40 years of alien technology to develop something like it by that time
so it is not impossible that they could have finally done it, but there is no proof that I know of that they have.
Without proof there is reason to think it may be just another in a long line of cover-ups.
Sucks you couldn't get a better pic.
Originally posted by RandyBragg
There is a little bit on "TR" planes for ya.
That the TR-3 code is a continuation of the TR-1/ER-2 series is also not proven, since all TR-1s and U-2s were renamed U-2R in 1992.
Whether one of these designs is related to the above mentioned TR-3A is not positively identified, but it is a coincidence that TR also stands for Teledyne Ryan. Teledyne Ryan was procured by Northrop Grumman in 1999.