Scott Corrales reports that on Tuesday, Mexican military authorities released a video taken on March 5th that shows 11 UFOs being chased by Air Force jets. It was taken by pilots using an infrared camera. Some of the UFOs look like tiny points of light, while others look like large headlights. All of them are moving rapidly.
A plane belonging to the Mexican Air Force was on a routine drug patrol when it suddenly detected the presence on its radar of an object following it and began to pursue the object, which in the video can be seen disappearing into the clouds. Minutes later, 10 more UFOs were detected. They followed the jet and surrounded it. Only 3 of the UFOs showed up on radar. The pilots who were interviewed say they were not ordinary aircraft.
Radar operator Lt. German Marin says, "Was I afraid? Yes. A little afraid because we were facing something that had never happened before."
"I couldn't say what it was?but I think they're completely real," says Lt. Mario Adrian Vazquez, who operated the infrared camera. He says there is no way the video could have been altered.
The plane's captain, Maj. Magdaleno Castanon, says, "?I believe they could feel we were pursuing them." He says that when the jets stopped chasing the UFOs, they disappeared.
Journalist and UFO researcher Jaime Maussan says Ricardo Clemente Vega Garcia, the Secretary of National Defense, gave him the video and authorized its broadcast. "This is historic news," he says. "Hundreds of videos (of UFOs) exist, but none had the backing of the armed forces of any country?The armed forces don't perpetuate frauds."
To see still frame captures from the video, click here.
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