Real UFO event: 7 hours of UFO tracking

The observer of the United Kingdom disclosed that as early as the 1950s, the RAF was seriously troubled by the UFO incident, and even sent fighter planes to pursue and kill UFOs. This incident has aroused great concern of the US military and has been recorded. The “top secret documents” have been declassified a few days ago.

Seven hours of UFO tracking, nothing

According to the newly declassified U.S. military documents, the “flying saucer” incident happened on August 13, 1956 in the Cold War era, and the location was lekennis in the east of Britain.

On the same day, the RAF and local police received numerous calls from residents, saying that the sky in lekennis was full of bright UFOs.

After receiving the call, the RAF of lekennis immediately sent more than 10 fighters into the sky. On the military radar screen, the British fighter pilots successfully captured the traces of these UFOs and spent at least seven hours trying to track and shoot down these UFOs.

According to the U.S. military declassified documents, there were about “12 to 15 UFOs” displayed on the radar screen of the British air force at that time. In order to catch up with these UFOs, British fighters flew at least 50 miles.

One of the UFOs was recorded as “flying at more than 4000 miles per hour.”. It’s a shocking speed. The decrypted document reads: “radar screen experts believe that this is not an illusion caused by radar mechanical failure, but that there is some unidentified object moving at a very high speed in the sky.”

According to the documents, the British Air Force pilots watched on the radar screen that the unidentified flying object emitting white light was crossing the British Sky at an incredible speed.

Sometimes these objects will form strange formation flight, sometimes these objects will make a sudden sharp turn. According to the current scientific view of dynamics, this kind of sharp turn under high-speed flight is beyond the human level.

The documents revealed that one of the UFOs was tracked by a British fighter radar for 26 miles. It circled in the air for five minutes. Just as the British fighter was about to catch up, the UFO suddenly disappeared.

The US military attaches great importance to this

The U.S. Air Force Command in Washington later learned of the British “flying saucer incident” and immediately sent a telegram to the British air force expressing “great interest and concern”.

The cable also asked if there was any connection between the British UFO incident and another UFO incident on the Baltic island of bonhomden a week later.

For the “flying saucer event” in leikennis, some researchers believe that around August 13, 1956, meteorologists reported that meteors were unusually active.

The trace of the meteor passing through the sky is similar to the high-speed flying UFO on the radar screen.

In addition, atmospheric anomalies are also considered as another possible cause.

UFO triggered security panic in the new Cold War

The lekennis UFO incident caused a new Cold War security panic.

Because in 1956, the RAF lekennis military base, the place where the RAF fighters tracked the flying saucers, was actually the military outpost during the cold war. Lekennis military base was not only equipped with the most advanced us U-2 spy reconnaissance aircraft at that time, but also an atomic bomb storage area.

While searching for information in the National Archives of the United States, UFO research expert Dave Clark accidentally found a new file directory, mentioning that there are more secret files hidden in the US Army about the lekennis flying saucer incident. At present, Clark has applied to the US military to decrypt more secret files.

Although Clark also asked the British military to produce relevant documents, the British military said that the flying saucer documents related to lekennis were completely destroyed by an accidental fire five years after the incident.

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