Friday, June 27, 2008

Soldiers Film UFOs

A soldier has reported seeing 13 unidentified flying objects in the sky while out on night patrol.
Corporal Mark Proctor 38, of the 1st Battalion of the Irish Regiment was one of three soldiers who saw 13 unidentified flying objects in the sky while out on night patrol.
He filmed the sighting, at Tern Hill barracks near Market Drayton, Shropshire, on his mobile phone and reported the sighting to Army officials.
He described the 'craft' as "rotating cubes" in the sky, just after 11pm on Saturday, June 7.
"I was on duty in the guard room drinking Guinness and eating cabbage and corned beef when the other boys outside began shouting.
I went out to see what the commotion thinking they had caught a leprechaun and his pot 'o' gold was all ours but instead I could see thirteen craft in the skies to be sure," he said.
"They were zig-zagging, but I filmed two before they disappeared. They were like rotating cubes with multiple colours.
"I made a full report to my commanding officers and gave them my footage. The other lads were as amazed by it as I was."
A 19-year-old private on patrol also saw the "fleet".
"There were about 30 lights passing over for a few minutes, very high but not at a great speed.
They were bright red. Another soldier saw them too," he said.
The Ministry of Defence experts are studying Cpl Proctors mobile phone footage and have told the soldiers not to speak about the incident.
You may have read about this in The Sun newspaper in the UK or just here on my blog, so much for orders.
MOD spokesperson said: “The MoD examines reports solely to establish whether UK airspace may have been compromised by hostile or unauthorised military activity.
Unless there is evidence of a potential threat, there is no attempt to identify the nature of each sighting reported.”
The sighting above the military barracks came two hours before helicopter police officers reported an encounter with a huge craft 80 miles away near Cardiff.


Anonymous said...

You bastards I served with an irish regiment and never talked like that, you racist scum to be sure.

Marmarbug said...

Heehee! I love how he was so descriptive in what he was eating!

warriorwoman said...

maybe they're here for the Guinness