July 11, 2015 - “I have confirmation that (Bentwaters radar operators)... saw the object go across their 60 mile (96km) radar scope in two or three seconds, thousands of miles an hour — (object) came back across their scope again, stopped near the water tower, they watched it and observed it go into the forest where we were. At Wattisham, they picked up what they called a 'bogie' and lost it near Rendlesham Forest.
Whatever was there was clearly under intelligent control.”
- Col. Charles Halt (Ret.), former Deputy Base Commander,
RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge, England, speaking in
Woodbridge Community Hall
Dec. 28, 1980 - “It just sat there. That blue-red, big, object didn’t go anywhere. It just sat in one spot. I think you could have put a crosshair on it and that big light never would have moved.”
- Rick Bobo, Former USAF Sgt. and Delta Security Flight Chief,
RAF Bentwaters WSA (nuclear tactical weapons)
Dec. 27, 1980 - “If you took three handfuls of colored fire and put them
together and you saw one color and then saw another color and
saw another color, you would get the feeling that it’s not blinking,
but that it was turning.”
- Former RAF Bentwaters Airman Lori Buoen
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