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U.S. Air Force has no explanation for UFO over Massachusetts

It took the U.S. Air Force for more than two weeks to realize that an unidentified flying object above Massachusetts possibly a large cargo plane has been.

On January 8, were residents of Amherst and Pelham reported a low flying triangular or diamond shaped object that flew through the air layer.

“The only unit in the area was a military aircraft flight paths exercised at Westover,” said spokesman for the U.S. aviation authority FAA James Peters to the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

C5

Bradley International Airport let the newspaper know that that evening by the radar nothing special had collected in the sky over Amherst and Pelham.

A spokesman for Westover said nothing at first to know about a plane over Amherst, but later gave that there is something in the air had been.

Lieutenant-Colonel James Bishop confirmed that on the night of the UFO reports a C5 cargo plane had taken off from the base.

Noiseless

The C5 Galaxy is one of the largest aircraft in the world. Although the unit in certain maneuvers a triangular shape seems to have recognized that even Bishop eyewitnesses the unknown flying object may not have mistaken for a noisy C5.

At this time try the Air Force and the FAA the audience not to convince you that the C5 must have been responsible for the reports of a low-flying, silent, diamond shaped object on 8 January in the air is seen. As yet there is no official explanation for the observations.

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2 Comments

  1. […] U.S. Air Force has no explanation for UFO over Massachusetts […]

  2. Bri says:

    …as written by Yoda

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