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Michael Smith was an Air Traffic Controller with the Air Force in Oregon and, subsequently, in Michigan. At both of these facilities he and others witnessed UFOs tracked on radar and moving at extraordinary speeds. He also confirms that personnel were expected to maintain secrecy concerning these observations, and that NORAD, the North American Air Defense Command, was fully apprised of these events.
Originally posted by DAVID64
I think they've seen things for years and have been muzzled. Government is scared spitless of ET. If they came here, they have tech we can't imagine. And we are no match for it. If people knew ET was up there buzzing around, many would be terrified, thinking we are being invaded. There could be world wide panic, causing untold damage. They're going to cover it up as long as possible.
............................Just waiting for the ones who will come, claiming to know ET's plan. You know they'll be along shortly.edit on 16-3-2013 by DAVID64 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
And once again NORAD pops up in all this UFO business.
Judging by all the other stories, they must have rooms and rooms of UFO reports.
Originally posted by Aleister
I watched the whole vid. He was a little anxious (probably because of the piano player in the room during the interview, I can't imagine that anyone would add that in after it was filmed, right?) but from some lie-detecting stuff I know he seemed honest. Does anyone have any confirmation that he actually worked with, where, and when he claims to have worked on radar?
Originally posted by Hopechest
reply to post by DAVID64
Why do you believe there would be world wide panic?
If Obama came out tomorrow and said that yes there are ufo's zipping across our sky and we can't do anything about it what is going to change for you?