Key Excerpts - bottom line the military threat - the key observational evidence
PROGRESS REPORT COMMISSION SIGMA/3AF
Paris, May 31, 2010 ...
"The documents discussed during our presentation of October 1, 2008, especially the summary of General Twining, dated 23-09-1947, to the commander of the Air Materiel Command, did not say anything else. Other elements confirmed by official documents, such as repeated overflights of the facilities of the Atomic Energy Commission from 1948 to 1952, the deprogramming of ICBMs in 1967, and more recently, the deliberate interference with airliners, as in Bariloche, Argentina, confirm our hypothesis.
The behavior of these devices during encounters with fighter jets or interceptors – some have participated in real swirling battles in the U.S. – suggests they are controlled, guided or led by particularly sophisticated automation. ...
The observations made since 1946 suggest that some craft use an unknown technology. However, we have not yet sufficiently analyzed the documents and available evidence. We are content for now to cite a few examples:
- Longitudinal accelerations exceeding 10 g were measured in Belgium by Air Force interceptors in 1989, 1990 and ‘91. We will resume an analysis of the data recorded available to us.
Remarkable accelerations of the craft right after a stationary mode were repeatedly noted by civilian witnesses. Unusual accelerations and decelerations, sudden stops as well as very tight turns were detected simultaneously by two radars and observed by competent witnesses over Washington DC on July 19, 26 and 29, 1952. Radar echoes of these objects were also detected briefly on the onboard radars by the crew of the F-93 interceptors chasing after them.
- An unknown form of support that does not involve the reaction of a mass projected down – as is the case for aircraft, helicopters and rockets – was noted on multiple occasions, especially in the case of Trans-en-Provence [January 1981] and Amaranth [October 1982]. It was shown by some of the devices involved in the flights over Scandinavia during the summer of 1946 * [* See Hillenkoetter document]. Many witnesses in France in 1954 observed in the sky stationary craft of great dimensions. It should be emphasized
that no man-made aerial craft is capable of these kinds of performances.
- Flights at very low speed of very large craft, often triangular in shape, were observed at very low altitude by dozens of motorists in Belgium in 1989 and 1990.
On November 5, 1990, in France, between 6:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m., many “apparatus” of various shapes were observed and even filmed on two main routes: from the tip of Finistère to Strasbourg, and the Basque Country to Nancy, passing through the Massif Central. The observations ranged from a triangle with lights at the bottom, to an elongated wingless fuselage over two hundred meters long [Gretz-Armainvilliers]. An unusual silence was noted during most of these events.
- A speed of 2300 km/h in horizontal flight was reported by radar in Finland in 1946. Speeds of about Mach 5 at relatively low altitude – 9 to 10000 meters – were measured by an airliner in 1966, southwest of Buenos Aires. In July 1994, air traffic radar on the Detroit vertical, measured the same speed at a slightly higher altitude. This last observation was confirmed by three airliner crews of Air France, Lufthansa and Olympic Airways. ...
Because of kinetic heating leading edges and a high-drag, these performances are virtually out of reach of current military aircraft… which was even more true in 1966.
- A particular form of stealth has been verified with regards to the simultaneous observation of a very large aerial disc by CDB Duboc and his crew, as well as by an air defense radar station. While the disc observed visually disappeared for the crew of Air France, it continued
to be detected by the military radars. In other cases, the craft remained clearly visible to the observers but without appearing on the radar screens. It seems that this was the case for some of the observations made on November 5, 1990.
- The air superiority of the craft concerned, if they are indeed crafts, is such that none of the many interceptions which have been made against them, in the United States for example, have been able to overcome one of these devices. On the contrary, they allegedly caused the destruction of several U.S. aircraft launched in their pursuit in the late forties. They seem able to violate with impunity the airspaces of the best defended countries in the world.
The above features suggest that in many cases On November 5, 1990, in France, between 6:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m., many “apparatus” of various shapes were observed and even filmed on two main routes: from the tip of Finistère to Strasbourg, and the Basque Country to Nancy, passing through the Massif Central. The observations ranged from a triangle with lights at the bottom, to an elongated wingless fuselage over two hundred meters long [Gretz-Armainvilliers]. An unusual silence was noted during most of these events.
The above features suggest that in many cases the devices detected, far from being unidentified, are easily recognizable by the aerial defense agencies as part of a technology far ahead of ours. [The jerky trajectories at right angles and the descents like dead leafs are known since the fifties. High speeds at relatively low elevations appear in several documents (La Paz for example.). They seem almost like signatures!] ...
We feel that we must reject the thesis of a terrestrial origin for all the observations made since World War Two. Indeed, if a nation of the world had been able to secretly develop such an armada of exotic craft, like those observed for more than half a century, the means of analysis and strategic logistics available would have permitted their rapid identification. The illegal overflights which they have been guilty of conducting could constitute a casus belli ...
However, repeated overflights from 1948 to 1949 of all the U.S. bases where atomic weapons were constructed and stored, could be considered a clear transactional message and an implied threat. The same can be said for the confirmed deprogramming of ICBMs at Malmstrom AFB in Montana on March 16, 1967, for example, while a luminous machine the size of a B-52 flew over the site at very low altitude.