March 20, 2013

FAA Division Chief John Callahan blows whistle on UFOs

The following is an excerpt taken from over 35 hours of witness testimony in the cseti archives.

1. The Anchorage Incident.

For 6 years, Mr. Callahan was the Division Chief of the Accidents and Investigations Branch of the FAA in Washington, DC. In his testimony he tells about a 1986 Japanese Airlines 747 flight that was followed by a UFO for 31 minutes over the Alaskan skies. Mr. Callahan was able to secure video tape and audio evidence of the event.

 

2. 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.

 

3. Chuck Sorrells is a career Air Force military man who was at Edwards Air Force Base in 1965 when not one, but at least seven UFOs appeared over Edwards Air Force Base airspace, moving in extraordinary fashion at enormous speeds, making right-hand turns and other maneuvers which no known aircraft was capable of at the time. This event lasted for five or six hours.

 

2 comments:

  1. 3 out of thousands of events which are reported by credible witness's over the last 50 yrs.

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  2. Great testimonies and from credible sources. It's all true, just waiting for the government to break and confirm.

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