UFOs are Seen on Radar

Reports of UFO sightings have been made for many years, and some of these reports involve the sighting of unidentified flying objects on radar.

When something is seen on radar, it means that there is a physical object present in the airspace. Radar works by emitting radio waves and detecting the reflected waves that bounce back from objects in the path of the emitted waves. When an object is detected on radar, it means that the radio waves have reflected off the object and bounced back to the radar system. This indicates that there is a physical object present in the airspace.

The sighting of UFOs on radar is considered significant because it suggests that there may be an actual physical object present in the airspace. Here are some examples of UFO sightings that were detected on radar:

  1. The 1952 Washington D.C. UFO Incident: This incident involved multiple sightings of UFOs over Washington D.C., which caused air traffic to be suspended and prompted the scramble of military fighter jets. The objects were seen on radar and by numerous witnesses, and reportedly displayed advanced flight capabilities such as sudden changes in direction and high speeds. The incident remains unexplained to this day.
  2. The 1978 Kaikoura Lights Incident: This incident occurred in New Zealand when a group of pilots reported seeing strange lights in the sky. The objects were also detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds. The incident was investigated by the New Zealand Air Force, but no explanation was given.
  3. The 1986 Japan Airlines Flight 1628 Incident: This incident occurred when a Japanese Airlines flight crew reported seeing a large, unidentified object in the sky while flying over Alaska. The object was also detected on radar and appeared to be following the plane. The incident was investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board, but no explanation was given.
  4. The 2006 O’Hare International Airport UFO Incident: This incident occurred at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, when United Airlines employees reported seeing a disc-shaped object hovering over the airport. The object was not visible on airport radar, but was reportedly seen on the radar of a nearby aircraft. The incident was investigated by the FAA, but no explanation was given.
  5. The 2014 Aguadilla Airport Incident: This incident occurred in Puerto Rico when a group of US Customs and Border Protection agents reported seeing an unidentified object flying at high speeds over the airport. The object was detected on radar and was described as being similar in size to a commercial airliner. The incident was investigated by the Department of Homeland Security, but no explanation was given.
  6. The 1957 Levelland UFO Case: This incident occurred in Levelland, Texas when multiple witnesses reported seeing strange lights in the sky. The objects were also detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds. The incident was investigated by the Air Force and remains unexplained.
  7. The 1957 Lakenheath-Bentwaters Incident: This incident occurred in Suffolk, England when US Air Force radar operators detected unidentified objects on their screens. Fighter jets were scrambled to intercept the objects, which were described as “glowing objects with blue and white lights.” The incident was investigated by the Air Force and the British Ministry of Defence.
  8. The 1966 Portage County UFO Chase: This incident occurred in Portage County, Ohio when Deputy Sheriff Dale Spaur and Deputy Wilbur Neff pursued a large, circular object that was detected on radar. The incident was investigated by the Air Force and remains unexplained.
  9. The 1973 Coyne Helicopter Incident: This incident occurred in Mansfield, Ohio when a National Guard helicopter was allegedly chased by a UFO. The object was detected on radar and was witnessed by multiple individuals. The incident was investigated by the Air Force and remains unexplained.
  10. The 1980 Rendlesham Forest Incident: This incident occurred in Suffolk, England when multiple witnesses, including US Air Force personnel, reported seeing strange lights in the sky. The objects were also detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds. The incident was investigated by the Air Force and the British Ministry of Defence.
  11. The 1997 Phoenix Lights Incident: This incident occurred in Phoenix, Arizona when multiple witnesses reported seeing a large, V-shaped object in the sky. The object was also detected on radar and was witnessed by multiple individuals, including Air Force personnel. The incident remains unexplained.
  12. The 2007 Stephenville UFO Sightings: This incident occurred in Stephenville, Texas when multiple witnesses reported seeing strange lights in the sky. The objects were also detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds. The incident was investigated by the Air Force and remains unexplained.
  13. The 2008 Stephenville Radar Sightings: This incident also occurred in Stephenville, Texas when radar detected multiple objects moving at high speeds over the area. The objects were not visible to the naked eye and the incident remains unexplained.
  14. The 2013 Aguadilla Airport Incident: This incident occurred in Puerto Rico when a US Customs and Border Protection aircraft detected an object moving at high speeds over the airport. The object was not visible to the naked eye and the incident remains unexplained.
  15. The 2019 USS Omaha Encounter: This incident occurred when crew members aboard the USS Omaha reported seeing a large object in the sky. The object was also detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds. The incident was investigated by the Navy and remains unexplained.
  16. The 1957 Milton Torres Incident: This incident occurred when US Air Force pilot Milton Torres was instructed to intercept a UFO that was detected on radar near the coast of England. The object disappeared before Torres could engage it.
  17. The 1958 C-47 UFO Encounter: This incident occurred when a C-47 military transport plane was buzzed by a UFO over the Gulf of Mexico. The object was detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds.
  18. The 1967 Falcon Lake Incident: This incident occurred in Manitoba, Canada when a man reported being burned by a UFO that was detected on radar by a nearby Royal Canadian Air Force base.
  19. The 1977 Colares UFO Flap: This incident occurred in Colares, Brazil when multiple witnesses reported being attacked by UFOs. The objects were detected on radar and were witnessed by Air Force personnel.
  20. The 1980 Cash-Landrum Incident: This incident occurred in Dayton, Texas when witnesses reported seeing a large, diamond-shaped object in the sky. The object was detected on radar and was witnessed by Air Force personnel.
  21. The 1986 Alitalia Flight AZ-404 Incident: This incident occurred when an Alitalia flight crew reported seeing a large, unidentified object in the sky while flying over the Mediterranean. The object was also detected on radar.
  22. The 1996 Yukon UFO Encounter: This incident occurred in the Yukon Territory, Canada when a pilot reported being buzzed by a UFO. The object was detected on radar and appeared to be moving at high speeds.
  23. The 2015 Chilean Navy Encounter: This incident occurred when the Chilean Navy released video footage of a UFO that was detected on radar and was witnessed by Navy personnel.
  24. The 2020 USS Kidd Encounter: This incident occurred when crew members aboard the USS Kidd reported seeing a group of UFOs moving at high speeds over the ocean. The objects were detected on radar and the incident remains unexplained.
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