The U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command scrambled fighter jets last week in an attempt to identify a contrail that was first seen near the Turks and Caicos Islands and later over the Midwestern United States. Reports on the contrail were first received around 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Jenkins. Commercial airline pilots reported the contrail over Florida and then Indiana, but there were no more sightings after that.
The jets attempted to identify the source of the contrail, but no visual or radar contact was made. Jenkins says, "I don't know that anybody was predisposed to think it might be some thing or the other. We don't even know that it was a thing. It was just simply reports of contrails. We don't even know that it was the same one. We had reports from different places and NORAD did its job and tried to find out."
Was U.S. defense worried that an enemy plane had slipped past our radar?or were they chasing a UFO? UFOs don?t always show up on radar, and the military has hinted, off the record, that new designs such as the Stealth Bomber were inspired by these mysterious, radar-invisible craft.
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