A group of eyewitnesses officially reported that a flying disc that easily outran F-16s and evaded attacks engaged in combat.
According to witnesses, a UFO easily “outran” an F-16 fighter in a “dogfight” and celebrated with a “victory lap.”
According to the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), the sighting occurred on June 3 in Bad Axe, Michigan, with the help of Christopher Bilbrey, his wife, and two co-workers.
The group claimed to have heard the “shocking” sound of two fighter jets chasing a “metal disc” at 10am while in the parking lot of a Meijer supermarket.
He claimed that the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon appeared to be hiding in the sunlight as military aircraft flew overhead.
“Me, my wife and two co-workers helped move my caravan.
Suddenly there was a roaring sound coming from the afterburners of two planes, I think they were F-16s or F-22s, that were engaged in a dogfight with something I couldn’t initially see. “.
Billbrey also stated:
“The UFO was moving very fast. It was incredibly easy for him to pass and outplay opponents.
When passing a fighter, it would stop abruptly and appear to turn in that fighter’s direction, apparently without actually doing so. ”.
Witnesses claimed to have observed a collision between fighter jets and a UFO. Fernando T. is the author of the DALL-E/Bing image.
UFO overtook planes
The witness said that as the metal disc continued to rotate, both planes fired anti-missile flares as if under fire.
added the veteran.
I did not realize if the UFO had fired projectiles that I would classify as weapons. “.
The planes made three subsequent attempts to shoot down the UFO before giving up.
Once again soaking up the sun, the wily Frisbee reportedly performed a “victory lap” before heading north toward Lake Huron.
Unfortunately for Christopher, the glare and altitude from the planes made it difficult to capture the phenomenon on camera with his phone.
Four days after the initial UFO sighting, on June 7, according to Christopher, the F-16s returned to the same location at the same time of day and fired flares once more.
As of earlier this month, according to Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson, there were no new reports of the incident.