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xx Unknown over north west a good read
« Thread started on: Nov 16th, 2017, 08:06am »

It appears that an aircraft was traveling in commercial flight lanes over the north west in October. Faster than the airliners it was very hard to track with FAA radar and did not show up on anti collision radar on aircraft. Ground control tried to track it by having commercial air crews try for visual sightings as it went by.

http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/16079/airliners-and-f-15s-involved-in-bizzare-encounter-with-mystery-aircraft-over-oregon
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xx Re: Unknown over north west a good read
« Reply #1 on: Nov 16th, 2017, 8:48pm »

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The fact that they "didn't find anything" is surprising to say the least.

the fact that they are even willing to tell us that they couldn't catch or even find the unidentified aircraft with their sensor-packed and fast F-15s is interesting to say the least.


Astonishing to say the least!
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reminds me of close encounters


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« Reply #2 on: Nov 17th, 2017, 07:58am »

The F-15 Silent Eagle has the same ability as our early AWACS as far as sensor ability and radar range plus the 1800 + mph ability. If they couldn't see the vehicle that's some scary stuff right there !

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« Reply #3 on: Nov 18th, 2017, 09:59am »

From what I've read the unknown was a "Ghost" on the ATC radar. A bip that came and went instead of a steady track. This would suggest that it was designed to avoid radar like the F117.
Our own such aircraft will not fly among civilian aircraft for that reason, they might confuse the traffic controllers. Likewise they would have their IFF transponder turned on so their track could be seen easily.
Since it was headed north along the coasts and running among civilian aircraft my first thought would be it was a Russian or Chinese version of the SR71 making a pass up the coast to test if it would stand out enough to be spotted. The SR71 had a range of around 3000 miles between fuelings.
There are large areas over the Pacific where radar cannot see so the craft could have refueled well off the coast and made a quick pass north then out over the Bearing Straits and back home.
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