NORAD “Fast Walkers” and “Men In Black”

"We would see something come up on the perimeter of the radar scope, right out on the end. And within maybe five or six sweeps, it was all the way to the other side of the scope in no time at all. ...1,200 to 1,700 mph."

- USAF Radar Operations, Okinawa, 1970

U. S. Navy air traffic controllers man radar screens of Air Operations Center on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt in 1999. Image courtesy U. S. Dept. of Defense.
U. S. Navy air traffic controllers man radar screens of Air Operations Center on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt in 1999. Image courtesy U. S. Dept. of Defense.

February 10, 2006 - There's an airspace intrusion mystery which has haunted our American military radar centers for decades. The intruders are called "Fast Walkers" ­ unidentified aerial objects that suddenly appear on radar moving at 1200 to 1700 mph.

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