Sunday, October 6, 2013

American Air Force And Russian Radar Sites Monitor UFOs Routinely Over The Bering Straight

(From Brian Vike’s UFO Files)

Date: 1966

I knew an Air Force Staff Sergeant who had been stationed at a remote radar site (1966) (Adak?) that kept a watch on the Russians. On the other side of the Bering Sea the Russians kept a watch on us.

When unidentified bogies would pass through the Bering Straight, which ever radar site noticed them first would contact the other side to inquire.

He told of casual conversation between us and Russia as both sides would then track these UFO's until over the horizon and into the Pacific Ocean.

He told of this being a normal routing happening quite often.

There was no need to scramble jets (from either country) as in a flash these "bogies" would be out of sight.

Of course, these military men were never to speak about what they had seen.

Thank you to the person for this information.

Brian Vike (Retired)
Box 1091
Houston, British Columbia, Canada.


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