Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Mystery Jets That Have Been Flying Over Kansas And Texas Have Been Solved

A mysterious flying object was snapped flying over Wichita, Kansas by Jeff Templin. It resembles a similar unidentified aircraft streaking across the skies of Texas last month

Midwest Mystery Jets Are Actually B-2 Stealth Bombers -- USNI News

The mystery jets that were spotted over Amarillo, Texas, and Wichita, Kan. earlier this year are in fact Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit stealth bombers on a training sortie, military sources told USNI News on Monday.

“The Amarillo jets were B-2 training sorties,” an U.S. Air Force official with direct knowledge of the incident told USNI News on Monday.

The jets were enroute to the Utah Test and Training Range to practice dropping bombs after a brief delay at the Melrose Air Force Range in New Mexico.

Flying out of Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., the B-2s would likely have navigated via Amarillo to get to Melrose Range.

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My Comment: It looks like another mystery has been solved .... maybe.


Buick93 said...

Those are not B-2s. Yes, I know that they are taking photographs from high altitude, but the planform is all wrong, and unless they have put a net paint scheme, they are a different color. Plus, the contrail position is all wrong, it's too close together.

Plus, the man who took the photos spoke to Whiteman Public Affairs and they said no B-2s were in the area when the Texas photos were taken.

War News Updates Editor said...

Thank you for your input Trevor. That is why I wrote at the end of my comment "maybe". :)

James said...

I'm with you Trevor, especially on the shape.