A meteorologist who spotted a UFO "flying tin can" on weather radar in 1994 has called the recent government report "vindication."
Jack Bushong – who was working at the National Weather Service when he noticed something unusual on his radar in Michigan on the night of March 8, 1994 – said the Pentagon's release of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena report was like "ringing a bell."
Bushong has spoken out following the release of the report, which examined 144 reports of encounters with what the government deemed "unidentified aerial phenomenon."
The retired meteorologist said the unusual object he saw on the radar is similar to recent military pilot reports.
He also feels the report "has everything to do with it."
"I guess I’ve been waiting for this vindication which I didn’t think I was going to get all my life," he told Nextar Media Wire.
"But now with the, basically, military coming out and saying the same thing I saw 30 years ago, I can finally say to people, 'I told you so.'"
After he witnessed the "flying tin can" phenomena, while on the phone with an Ottawa County emergency dispatcher in 1994, Bushong was worried people would think he was a "kook," "lying," or "not credible."
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