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Air Still Very Active Over North Sea

From: Joseph Trainor <Masinaigan@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 07:45:58 EDT
Fwd Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 10:26:17 -0400
Subject: Air Still Very Active Over North Sea

Dear List:

I just received this item from one of UFO ROUNDUP's readers in
the UK. I have requested more details. It sounds like a repeat
of the A-10 incident with Capt. Craig D. Button in Arizona and
Colorado back in April 1997.

Does anyone else have any information about this missing Tonado
from RAF Coningsby?

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To: "Masinaigan" <Masinaigan@aol.com>
From: "Paul Hunter" <gscribe@thefree.net>
Subject: Re: Air still very active over North Sea
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 98 21:28:36 PDT

Joe,

Another bit of _non-ufo_ info here, one more radar glitch case,
only this time a real vanishing act.

An RAF jet (Tornado I think) from RAF Coningsby, has just been
reported as missing after having disappeared from radar screens.
(15 June evening news); it's quite a big news item here both
nationally & locally.

Pilot feared dead etc; location North Sea (quite near us in
fact).

I appreciate that this is not a UFO story, but, so soon after
the 'Blue UFO' of last week...

Thanks for the coverage on the alleged meteor BTW - news on it
here was quite sketchy.

One wonders how the the hell you 'lose' a jet; a bit reminiscent
of a similar story from the US last year I think (an A11 went
missing?). It seems unusual.

Regards

Paul


Paul Hunter
gscribe@thefree.net




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