Has anyone here ever read a book
Wilhelm,ok I understand what your saying but,I should think that recognizing common stars in the sky and placement of those stars is part of a pilots training.Im not at all sure of that but I should think so but lets say its not,No training as far as stars there placement in the night sky etc. Most of us can walk outside and look at the night sky and with book in hand identify any known star,the The big Dipper,the little dipper etc.Pilots spend a lot of time flying,it would seem to me that if anyone could indentify the more commonly known stars it would be pilots,but thats not the issue.MOVING objects is another story altogether. I beg to differ,I just cant see a man intelligent enough to become a pilot either commercial or military would see the stars night after night year after year and come back with stories of ufos,I dont think that they actually land their plane walk into wherever they walk into sit themselves down and handwrite a report about having seen a ufo,but its not these pilots Im referring to.Its those that have been involved in a chase or chase away of a ufo.Those guys have got to be informed of where in the sky they have to head,what they will see when they see it and especially the rules of engagement when they do see them.Someone has got to tell them in advance that these objects are not to be fired on,that there only to be chased away etc.
(Hi Mark,yes I own Leslies book I enjoyed this one very much,Im going to look up exactly what she had to say regarding pilots and ufos,another poster also mentioned that
Timothy Goods book has references to pilots in there,Ill refresh my memory on both of these books this week,thanks for the tip Mark and welcome to the board._
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