Below are links about the Stephenville sighting - AN OBJECT NEARLY A MILE WIDE !
This is not the first time such huge objects have been seen - on April 23rd 2007 two British pilots in seperate planes saw, and radar confirmed, two objects in the Bristol Channel nearly a mile wide.
In the Stephenville case we also have ;
1) Multiple witnesses
2) more than one radar confirmations of the presence of the object
3) Military jets scrambled to intercept the object
4) The US air force first denies it had planes in the air trying to 'escort' the object out of the area adjacent to George Bushs ranch, then retracts the story when the radar reports are released - the usual classic cover up cock up.
Yet of course the people who saw them were idiots, the radar drunk and the jets were chasing swamp gas.
If the US has planes that can fly over 3000 miles an hour and are nearly a mile wide then one wonders what they intend to do with those planes - thats one hell of a lot of bombs to drop !
Air Force logs and government radar reports released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that a massive aircraft barreled through the skies of Central Texas on January 8 — and it was headed for George W. Bush’s Crawford ranch at 2,100 miles per hour!
The National Weather Service and Federal Aviation Administration released radar reports from around the Waco/Dallas/Ft. Worth areas where people reported seeing a mile-wide brightly lit aircraft that could hover silently, vanish “as if someone turned off a light switch,” and zoom across the sky while jet fighters tried and failed to keep up.
This is why the U.S. Air Force released an “explanation” of the eerie mass sighting in Texas, two weeks after denying there were even military jets flying in or around Texas that fateful night.
Maj. Karl Lewis, a spokesman for the 301st Fighter Wing at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, said in a news release that an “error was made regarding the reported training activity of military aircraft” and that “10 F-16s from the 457th Fighter Squadron were performing training operations in the Brownwood Military Operating Area.”
Lewis had previously said there were no F-16s or other aircraft from the base in the area the night many of the sightings were reported.
Carswell Air Force Base logs were heavily redacted, MUFON reports, but showed three groups of jets from the 457th Fighter Squadron were in the air that night and that several veered off to the Stephenville area for unknown reasons. Also, an AWACS surveillance plane flew in a wide circle over the area for several hours that night, “as if it were on a search or monitoring mission.”
Radar returns show the mystery object flying as slowly as 49 mph, sitting stationary in the sky, and accelerating at up to 2,100 mph. The radar data seems to support the 17 eyewitness reports of the thing collected by the investigators.
The object was traveling to the southeast on a direct course towards the Crawford ranch, also known as President Bush’s western White House. The last time the object was seen on radar at 8 p.m., it was continuing on a direct path to the Crawford Ranch and was only 10 miles away.
During this entire episode of over an hour, there is no indication that any of the military jets reacted to this unknown aircraft, that was without a required transponder, and that was headed directly to the Western White House.