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Japan Air Lines Flight 1628 Over Alaska

Post  Path Walker on Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:56 pm

Really interesting report.

some excerpts:

"In November, 1986, a Japanese crew of a jumbo freighter aircraft witnessed three unidentified objects while flying over Alaska, USA. This sighting gained international attention when the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it was going to officially investigate this sighting because the Air Route Traffic Control Center in Anchorage, Alaska, had reported that the UFO had been detected on radar. The UFOs in this case were tracked on both ground and airborne radar, witnessed by experienced airline pilots, and confirmed by a FAA Division Chief. "

"It was about seven or so minutes since we began paying attention to the lights (when), most unexpectedly, two spaceships stopped in front of our face, shooting off lights. The inside cockpit shined brightly and I felt warm in the face.

"...Terauchi said that it was his impression that the two objects he had seen below them minutes before had suddenly jumped in from of him. The craft, one above the other, kept pace with the 747 for several minutes, moving in unison with an odd rocking motion. After about seven minutes, they changed to a side-by-side arrangement. Terauchi said that the "amber and whitish" lights were like flames coming out of multiple rocket exhaust ports arranged in two rectangular rows on the craft. He felt that they fired in a particular sequence to stabilize the craft, much like the small maneuvering thrusters on the Space Shuttle. He also reported seeing sparks like a fire when using gasoline or carbon fuel. "

enjoy this one, folks - PW

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Re: Japan Air Lines Flight 1628 Over Alaska

Post  rick1959 on Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:18 pm

There are many versions of this story. YouTube is loaded with presentations of it. That an FAA investigator has stayed with it so doggedly over the years is especially remarkable.

Like many of the Air Force/SAC missile "comprimises" discussed over the years, this JAL incident is worth reading further about.....:-)

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