Saturday, August 13, 2011

MUFON Star Team: Crashed Experimental Craft May Have Prompted Past UFO Reports

Falcon HTV-2
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By Roger Marsh
UFO Examiner

Roger Marsh     Field investigators for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) are trained to look for natural or man made explanations as they examine each UFO case logged into their witness reporting database (CMS). And many wonder about currently unknown government aviation projects whisking their way across domestic air space masquerading as a UFO.

MUFON STAR Team Manager and Texas Chief Investigator Fletcher Gray is considering that one of those secret projects - headline news August 11, 2011, after its crash - may be the Falcon HTV-2 Project.

Reached in Texas this evening, Gray comments on today's news and how it may reflect on past UFO reports received by MUFON.

"On August 11, 2011, the Falcon HTV-2 project came to an end near the Kwajalein Atolls in the South Pacific," Gray said.

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