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    Posted August 12, 2011 by
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    SHOCK as UFO Crashes into Pacific Ocean

     

    Travelling at an impossible 13,000mph, faster than any flying object made by humans, and an astonishing 22 times faster than any commercial flight, what has been described by many as a UFO, has been reported by the US army to have crashed in the Pacific Ocean where it was reported to be flying!

    After innumerable sightings of UFOs recorded in the media this week, many are tracing them back to this event which was followed by the US Vandenberg Air Force Base in the State of California. 

    The exact details of the incident are as yet uncertain, but what has become evident is that many recent sightings of UFOs can be connected with this incident.  However, the US military have confirmed that the UFO was in fact a US military test vehicle currently code-named named Falcon HTV-2!

    The Falcon HTV is a spaceship-like vehicle that is very similar to the US stealth bombers and therefore strikingly resembles many documented pictures of UFOs!  As yet the wreckage has not been uncovered, yet due to the highly classified nature of the vehicle, and the billions of dollars of US taxpayers money that will have been ploughed into the project, the US military will undoubtedly want to recover the vehicle and prevent the highly classified data from falling into unwanted hands!

     

     



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