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✖ BALTIC UFO SHOT DOWN ✖ 1952 Navy Shot Down a UFO


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http://www.everything3d2.com/ In September of 1952 there was a war game call Operation Mainbrace. Operation Mainbrace was the largest naval exercise undertaken to that date by the newly established Allied Command Atlantic (ACLANT), one of the two principal military commands of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It was part of a series of NATO exercises jointly commanded by Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic Admiral Lynde D. McCormick, USN, and Supreme Allied Commander Europe General Matthew B. Ridgeway, U.S. Army, of September of 1952.

During the night of Sept 13 when the NATO maneuvers began, Lieutenant Commander Schmidt Jensen and several members of the crew saw an unidentified object, which moved at high speed toward the southeast. Commander Jensen estimated the speed at over 900 mph ! Within the next week, there were four important sightings. There is no question about the authenticity of the sightings; the British cases were officially reported by the Air Ministry, the others are confirmed by reliable witnesses. All occurred on or about September 20). Reportedly one was shot down. Where did it Land? This video shows the battle that ensued.



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6 comments

  • Ronray#

    Ronray July 23, 2012 7:38:23 PM CEST

    This is just someone playing with their video software, some archive Naval film, movie clips and some "epic" audio they grabbed from YouTube! The time line spans from 1943 to 2012 with some footage not fit for Sesame Street. What a waist of slow servers.

  • Zegtelzegtel#

    Zegtelzegtel July 21, 2012 12:17:52 PM CEST

    what a bs

  • Thenew2010#

    Thenew2010 July 21, 2012 6:06:53 AM CEST

    some people never give up to prove their bullsh*t. We don't need people like you. It only make the ufo community look worse.

  • *WillEase*#online

    *WillEase* July 20, 2012 11:58:23 PM CEST

    This didn't happen anywhere close to the baltic sea.



 
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