UFOs filmed by frightened Mexican military personnel


On March 5, 2004, Mexican Air Force pilots filmed 11 UFOs in the sky over southern Campeche state in Mexico.The sighting has been officially confirmed by the military.

On March 5, 2004, during a routine drug trafficking spotting operation, a Mexican Air Force aircraft encountered 11 UFOs. Equipped with an infrared camera, the plane was able to film these UFOs. The video was released to the public by the military and was widely disseminated in the media. It shows luminous objects: sharp lights and brighter ones, moving rapidly in the sky.


Invisible to the naked eye, it was the radar that spotted 3 UFOs. Intrigued, one of the pilots then decides to turn on his infrared camera. It was at this point that the military discovered on the screen 11 UFOs moving at a rapid speed at an altitude of about 11,480 feet (3,500 meters).UFOs even surrounded the military plane...



Panicked pilots


The video allows us to hear the exchanges between the radar operator and the Captain of the surveillance aircraft in Spanish :


- Radar operator: "There they are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, no, there are 8. There, we will see them, they are going at an unusual speed. 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8 on the screen."


- Captain: "Are they at the same altitude?"


- Radar operator: "Affirmative"



Panicked pilots


Lieutenant Marin, radar operator, said in a TV interview: "Was I scared? Yes. A little scared because we were faced with something that had never happened before. There ishad a moment when the screens showed they were behind us, to the left and in front of us".


The operator of the infrared equipment, Lieutenant Mario Adrian Vazquez continued: "I couldn't tell what they were... but I think they are completely real. There was no way to change them.recorded images."


The captain of the plane, Major Magdaleno Castanon evokes an intelligent force: "We were chasing the lights and I think they could feel that we were chasing them. When the jets stopped following the objects, they disappeared".



A video transmitted by the army


The video was first broadcast on national television and then a second time the next day during a press conference in the presence of the Mexican saucer, Jaime Maussan. The video had been sent to him by General Ricardo Vega Garcia.





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