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November 1990 with
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of a
Phantom
’sonic boom’.
aircraft were
of 5
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over Germany,
carrying out practice intercepts at a very high level
under positive radar control and did not fly supersonic.
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simultaneously, the crew of one of the Phantom aircraft reported
described as a large formation of aircraft all in
UFO sighting,
the Battle of
reheat in finger formation (similar to that seen in
disappearing to the north. The crews gave chase,
Britain films)
but did not establish further visual or radar contact. Separately,
aircraft returning at high level from the United
one of our Tornado
Kingdom saw an array of red lights in the sky and, similarly,
investigated to no avail. subsequently, the NATO Air Defence
organization reported that there were several unidentified high
in the same area
speed contacts during the course of that evening
border of Germany/Southern Belgium) as the sightings.
(western

We shall probably never know exactly what our crews saw or,
our people on the ground heard. Some days later you will be
interested to learn that a Chinese satellite re-entered the
atmosphere over North west Europe at about the same time on 5
November 1990. I must, however, also point out that the
meteorological conditions prevailing at the time were perfect for
~he propagation of the phenomenon known as anaprop which during
severe atmospheric temperature inversion trap particles in the
atmosphere which speckle on radar and produce spurious radar
symbols known as angels.
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AlRMISS REPORT No. 2195
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DatelTime.’ 061648Jan
Position, N5318 W0200
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REporting Aircraft Reported Aircraft
Type: B737 Un traced
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’I’:bf!: B1 7 PII.OT reports.that lJe was over the Pennines, about 8 <:!T 9 NM SE of Manchester Airport,
at 4000 ft, while being radar : croretl by Manchester radar on 119k He was flying at 180..210
kt on a
N heading and squawking 5734 with’Mo C selected. Although it was dark,visibililY )Vas over 10 Ian
with a fairly strong NW wind (340/30). While flying JUSt above the tops of some ragged Cu both he
and the first officer saw a lighted (seeJAS notes) object fly down the RH side of the ac at high speed
from the opposite direction. He was able to track the object through the RH windscreen and side
window, having it in sight for a total of about 2 seconds. There was no apparent sound or wake. The
first offiC instinctively ’ducked’as it went by.
. The first officer reports that .rus
attention, in!ti~y
focused on the
diverted to something in his peripheral vision. He looked up in ti .
hield !no front of him, was
ea d rkobject paSS down
the right hand side of the ac at high s eedi it.was wedge-Sllape9 with what could have been.a black
stripe down the side. He estimated the object’s slae as someWhere between ’that of a light ac and a
]etstream, though he emphasises that this is pure speculation, It made 11.0 attempt to deviate from its
course and no sound was heard or wake felt. He felt certain that what he saw was a solid object not ~
a bird, I>>II00n or kite.

MANCHESTER ATe:; reports that the B737 was being radar vectored from Dayn<: to the ILS for RW 24
when the pilot reported a lighted obje passing close by above and in the o site direction. There
was no known traffic in the vl.cinilY at the time and no .radar contacts were seen.

JAS Note (1): Tele hone conversa ons sUDsequently took place WIth both the’captain and ’the first
officer. Tae captain remained convinc<:;d thai the object was its-elf1
. Allbough he could not
J;l,e
determine a definite pattern, .des (ibed it as having a number of small white lights, rather like a
Christmas tree. He confirmed the high speed of the object, and tbough unable to estimate its
distance, said he felt it was very close. Following the incident, the captain and first officer
independently drew what they had seen, both agreeing about the shape but differing in their
opinions about the lighting aspects, The first officer felt that the object was illuminated by their
landing lights, which at that stage were switched on. He was unable to assess Its distanC, other than
to say that he involuntarily ’du ked’, so it must have appeared to him to have been very close, He
was entirely convinced, as was the .captain, that what they had seen was a solid bject and not a Met
phenomenon, balloon, or any other craft with which they were ’familiar; or a Stealth ae, which he had
himself seen and which he feels he would have reeognised.

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]AS Note (2): Despite exhaustive investigations the reported object remains untraced. A replay of the
Clee radar shows a number of secondary contacts, including the subject B737, being radar sequenced
in the Manchester TMA and zone. The B737 tracks over two almOSt stationary primary contacts just N
of Leek on a NW heading while descending through FL 7(H0. On entering the Manchester
passing FL 50,it is vectored right Onto about 040’, and continues to descend on a NE track along the
TMA,
E boundary of the Manchester TMA to Within 0.75NM of the aventry CTA, where the base of CAS is
FL 45. At this point, passing 3600 Mode C,the ac is turned onto a L base for RW 24 as part of a busy
sequence of inbound ac, At no time during this downWind leg is any other radar contact seen in the
vicinity. An extract from the RT recording on 119.4,
which shows that the B737 was given descent
clearance to 4000 at 1845:30,follows:

From:
B737 (1848)- ’C/s we just’had something go down the RHS just above us very fast.’
-
Manchestet ’Well,there’s nothing seen on radar. Was it er an ad’
- ’Well,it had lights, it went d the starb side very,qu;<:k.’
B737
Manchester
-
- ~d above you?’
’er,just slghrly above us, yeah.’
B737
-
Manchester ’Keep an eye out for something, er, I can’t see anything at all at the moment SO,et,
must have, er, been very fast or gone down very quickly after it passed you 1 think.’
B737 - ’OK.Well, there you,go!’
The possibility that the’,obje<:t might have been a hang glid~r, paraglio;h:;r or microlight was
investigated, but aD the,operating authorities, without exception, agreed thanbis was emdy
unlikely explanation, for various reasons, but mainly because none of these activities,takes pla<:e at
night. In addition, there are the obviou$ hliZaI’ds ’Of flying in the(lark,Jrom high ground/(the
this area along the Pennine ridge range from 1690 to OYer 2000 ft), strong Wi11ds, and b~use
pea~ in
,these
aircraft are unlit. ]AS also explored the possibility of military activity, but could fmdno evidence in
support of this from any official SGUoce. In any case, it seems most unlikely that such a flight would
have been conducted in CAS and so dose to a busy international airport. Because of the B737’s
proximity to uncontrolled airspace to the E of Manchester during the downwind leg, which covers the

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airmiss period, the possibility of unknown military or civil activity in the adjacent FIR cannot be
diseounted. ’amVever,theliklibood of such activity escapit]g detection is remote, as the
area is well served by several ,radars and any movements at the levels .
in qUestion would almost
certainly have generated a radar response.

PART 8: SUMMARv OF TREWOUlNG GROUP’S DISCt)’SSIONS


Information available to theWorking Group induded reports from the pilot of the 8737, trans<:ripts of
the relevant RT frequencies, a video recording, and reportS from the air traffic controllers involved..
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The Group were anxious to emphasise that this repon, submitted by two responsible airline pilots,
was considered seriously and they wished to corrunend the pilots for. their courage in submitting it,
and their company, whose enlightened attitude made it possible. ReportS such as these are often the
object of derision, but the Group hopes that this example will e!,!courage pilots who experience
unu$ual sightings to report them Without fear of ridicule. It was quickly realised by aU members that,
because of its unusual nature, they could only theorise on the possibilities on e normal avenues of
investigation had been explored. There is no doubt that the pilots both saw an obj and that it was
of sufficient significance to prompt an airmiss repon. Unfonumu:ely, the nature and identity of this
object remains unknown. To speculate about extra-terrestrial activity, fascinating though it may be, is
not Within the Group’s remit and must be left to those whose interest lies in that field. It is probably
true to say, however, that almost all unusual sightings can be attributed to a wide range of well known

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natural phenomena. There are, of course, a few which defy explanation and thus fuel the
of those wh are convinced that there is ’something going on’ out there. Usually
is accompanied by a rash of ground sightings in the same geographic area; in this
known, there were no other reports and therefore the incident has to be reviewed incase,
imagination
activity of this kind
as far as is
isolation, with
no other witnesses, The resources normally available when investigating 3.irmisses are pilots’
reports,
corroborated by radar and RT recordings. Often these will provide all the clues
case there is no ’reported pilot’, and radar recordings do not show any unknown necesSary, but in this
of a radar contact is not necessarily ’unusual if weather suppressors are in
contacts. The lack
use on
particularly if the object generates a poor radar response, In these .conditions the radar the radar,
a non-transponding (primary)COntact as weather, and therefore disregards it, Enquiriescan interpret
into military
activity did not reveal any ac in the,area at the time, and it was considered inconceivable that such
activiry would take place sO close to a busy airport without some sort of pnor notification. Members
put fOrward other suggestions, such as a large model aircraft or a commercially operated
remotely
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controlled craft, such as those which are used for survey or photOgrphic
prevailing conditions darkness, high ground, strong NW wind, and
international airport
work.
Considering the
the’
proximity of a major
Group feJt that this kind of activity, together with the hang
ty.
glider/microlight theory, could not be regarded as a realistic possibil As was pointed out one
member, however, the extreme actions of a fooJ ardy individual cannot be entirely
there remains, therefore, the possibility’th t someone, perhaps in a
by
ruled out and
microlight ac (which most
accurately fits the shape described), had defied the conditions d got airborne. Fttrther
the microlight experts on this idea hig lighi:ed its extreme talkS with
and darkness would have rendered such a Bight almost suicidal.
improbability; the strong’ wind, te:rr

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firm evidence which could identify or explain this object, it was not possible to assess absence of any
or the risk by any of the normal criteria applicable to airmiss reports, T e incident either the cause
unresolved. therefore remains

PART c, ASS:SSMBNT OF RlSJrAl’ CAUSE

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REPORT OF AN UNEXPLAINED AERIAL SIGHTING

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Date and time of sighting.
(Duration of sighting.)
15 January 2005
23.15L
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2. Description of object. Just said it was a flying saucer.


(Noofobjects, size, shape, colour,
brightness, noise.)

3. Exact position of observer. Not given.


Geographical location.
(lodoorsJoutdoors,
stationary/moving.)

4. How object was observed. Not given.


(Naked eye, binoculars, other
optical device, camera or
camcorder.)

5. Direction in which object was Not given.


rust seen.
(Alandmark may be more helpful
than a roughly estimated bearing.)

6. Approximate distance. Not given.

7. Movements and speed. Not given.


(side to side, up or down,
constant, moving fast, slow)

8. Weather conditions during Not given.


observation.
(cloudy,haze, mist, clear)

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81 I was wondering if you have received any reports to the
department of the phenomena which I have detailed above
or any other reports of strange lights or craft in the
skies over the South Staffordshire area in general but
particularly the Cannock, Rugeley and Lichfield areas for
("’)\. the last three years and if so, would it be possible to
\/)
send me a copy of any of the information which you hold
where this is possible.

As I mentioned above, locally, the most commonly reported


craft seen in the skies which people cannot readily
identify are these triangular shaped craft/vehicles,
which have also made their presence felt nationally and
internationally. This phenomenon is an area of study
which I have become very much involved in over the past
year or so.

It is my belief from the research that I have undertaken


that a large majority of these sightings of triangular
platforms in our skies are nothing more than
misidentified ’terrestrial’ phenomena such as newly
developed military technologies, stealth aircraft and
misidentified commercial aircraft. Indeed, I have just
begun the initial stages of research to show that from my
own observations, the landing light configuration of
commercial jet aircraft when seen at night on an aircraft
in a steep banking turn are identical to many of the
pieces of footage I have seen of purported
’extraterrestrial’ flying triangle craft. Having said
that however, there still remain some reports of these
craft which seem to defy what I would call an ’earthly’
explanation simply through the way the behave and the
characteristics they display which do not fit in with the
technology and physics that we understand. That is,
though, to say that they can’t be explained.
To assist me with my research into this fascinating area

( of Ufology, I was wondering if you have any information


which may be of use. What information or statistics, if
any do you hold on sightings of this type of phenomenon.
NcM.L
What is the Ministry’s (or the departments) view on these
sightings being new technologies and/or stealth aircraft
(can you comment on this?) although if they are new or
existing military aircraft surely the pilots would be
invited not to fly over restricted and sensitive
locations such as nuclear power stations as some of these
craft have been observed doing or not to fly in direct
conflict with civil airliners in some of the busiest
airspace in the UK, close to one of our busiest airports
(the infamous incident at Manchester Airport where a

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