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Military Paranormal
« on: September 15, 2018, 06:12:00 AM »
This thread is a catch-all for all kinds of military reports, or accounts, of unexplainable / paranormal events that have happened in battle zones, or to military and former military  personnel.
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Re: Military Paranormal
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2018, 06:12:35 AM »

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    Next thing I know I see a 6 ton armored vehicle, that can take up to 80 lbs of explosive force and come back rolling, literally FLY. Not roll, not flip, FLY. It landed in the middle of the freaking village in pieces. ...

https://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2018/05/monstrous-engagement-in-afghanistan.html
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Re: Military Paranormal
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2018, 06:14:37 AM »
Bizarre Paranormal Encounters in the War in Afghanistan

Brent Swancer February 28, 2017


https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/02/bizarre-paranormal-encounters-in-the-war-in-afghanistan/
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1953 Kinross AFB Incident
« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2018, 07:52:30 AM »
Nice idea for a thread...........

One of the lesser known but interesting cases is the 1953 Kinross Incident

On Novemeber 23rd, 1953 the radars at Kinross Air Force Base in northern Michigan picked up an object over the strategically vital Soo Locks.
An F-89 Scorpion was launched to investigate.  The F-89 was observed on radar until it neared the object.  The F-89's radar operator could not
pick the object up on his radar screen to the Scorpion was directed in via ground radar operators. The two objects were seen to merge
on the ground radar screen and became one, the single object then continued on its original course until it was lost.

Niether Pilot Moncla, Radar Operator Wilson nor the F-89 was ever seen again. 
 
F-89 Scorpion
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Pilot Felix Moncla
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https://www.channel3000.com/madison-magazine/opinion/doug-moe/disappearance-of-two-madison-airmen-in-1953-remains-a-mystery/213803984
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Moncla

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Re: 1953 Kinross AFB Incident
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2018, 11:40:40 AM »
Nice idea for a thread...........

One of the lesser known but interesting cases is the 1953 Kinross Incident

On Novemeber 23rd, 1953 the radars at Kinross Air Force Base in northern Michigan picked up an object over the strategically vital Soo Locks.
An F-89 Scorpion was launched to investigate.  The F-89 was observed on radar until it neared the object.  The F-89's radar operator could not
pick the object up on his radar screen to the Scorpion was directed in via ground radar operators. The two objects were seen to merge
on the ground radar screen and became one, the single object then continued on its original course until it was lost.

Niether Pilot Moncla, Radar Operator Wilson nor the F-89 was ever seen again. 
 
F-89 Scorpion
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Pilot Felix Moncla
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https://www.channel3000.com/madison-magazine/opinion/doug-moe/disappearance-of-two-madison-airmen-in-1953-remains-a-mystery/213803984
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Moncla

A few years back an F-89 was found with sonar in Lake Superior, but as I recall it was too deep to recover.  Since no other F-89 was missing in that area, the assumption was it was the Kinross jet.

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Re: 1953 Kinross AFB Incident
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2018, 11:40:40 AM »