With no Shots Fired
February 15, 2023*
Even though still shrouded within a comfortable cocoon of disbelief, it’s a good thing that a growing number of Canadian journalists are beginning to pay closer attention to the UFO phenomenon.
A form of perfunctory skepticism among most journalists remains tethered to Chinese balloons and a foreign policy lacking in quality following the Canadian Prime Minister’s order to a General to shoot first and ask questions later.
One cannot be blamed for believing trigger happiness among Wild West jet pilots still reigns.
A dramatic and unpublicized UAP encounter 12 years ago in the northwestern skies over Canada could be a model of discipline for pilots and Prime Ministers.
If a high altitude encounter in 2012 at 35,000 feet between two Canadian NORAD jets and three unknown craft is examined with more precision than doubt, UAP skepticism might become less perfunctory and tethered more tightly to reality.
As strange as it sounds - this has happened before - some 11 years ago in Canadian airspace.
Yes, Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada may have made it OK for a Canadian general to issue a command to his NORAD jet-jockeys to shoot down a balloon flying in Canadian airspace.
The best shot apparently won.
And yes the “unidentified flying object” was blasted to pieces - with fragments landing on Canadian soil.
Setting that aside one must wonder - Is it the policy of the Canadian government when encountering craft of unknown composition to shoot first and ask questions days after several tomorrows?
Looks like it today. But, in fact it was very different 11 years ago.
A NORAD document entitled NORAD STATUS AND EVENTS uncovered by the ZlandCommunications NewsNetwork (ZNN) tells a different story. The document unquestionably verifies this situation was managed very differently in 2012; no shoot down order was issued by anyone at NORAD or in Ottawa.
In 2012 two NORAD CF-18s were scrambled out of COMOX AFB (YQQ) British Columbia Canada to chase and intercept three UFOs - non-correlated targets or unknown tracks as they’re called by NORAD. They flew unchallenged well into Canadian airspace.
The Access to Information request filed by the Zlandcommunications NewsNetwork with the Canadian Department of Defence reveals just how it all happened.
A four page Air Traffic Control (ATC) log obtained by ZNN outlines - line by line - the actions taken by Canadian NORAD pilots. It should also be noted that the dozens of redactions illustrate the high level of secrecy and sensitivity in play within NORAD at that time… and perhaps today.
A reading of the NORAD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LOG document tells a very different story than the one that transpired after Prime Minster Trudeau gave the order to shoot down a spy balloon at 40,000 feet on Saturday February 11, 2023.
FROM THE 2012 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LOG
CF-18 Pilot to Air Traffic Control
"CF18s have contact..."
An evocative chronology of events illustrates in minute detail reveals the dramatic encounter between two NORAD CF-18 jets and three craft of unknown origin flying in Canadian airspace.
As clearly indicated in this log, the unknown craft was composed of a flight size of three. These craft were able to out pace with ease an LR-35 jet as well as elude NORAD CF-18s - at least, until contact was made.
LR-35 Medical Evacuation Pilot
to Air Traffic Control
"[We] could not keep up with them..."
ZlandCommunications NewsNetwork is in possession of official Access to Information documents that verify and clearly indicate the following:
1. A NORAD SECRET Status Events Report reveals 2 NORAD CF-18 jets were scrambled to chase three ‘UNKNOWN TRACKS’ in 2012 out of COMOX AF Base British Columbia Canada.
2. Contact with an object by one or more of the NORAD CF-18s was confirmed in the ATC log.
3. In the same report an LR-35 MEDICAL EVACUATION jet out of Anchorage Alaska indicated visual contact with the ‘UNKNOWN TRACKS’.
THE ENTIRE ENCOUNTER
APPEARS TO HAVE LASTED
approximately 20 to 25 minutes.
|NORAD Air Traffic Control Log Page 89|
|The Chase Starts|
Here is how several of the relevant sections of the Air Traffic Control Log read to describe NORAD CF-18s activities during the encounter:
- 01/09/12 11:54:56 *** Vancouver center advises that track Z150 is visual on 3 unknowns
- 01/09/12 11:55:28 *** 2 x CF18 out of YQQ were scrambled at 1146z on unknown track - flight size of 3
- 01/09/12 12:13:13 *** Time to target for CF18s is 90 secs
- 01/09/12 12:13:54 *** YQQ CF18s have contact at 350’ [35,000 ft]
- 01/09/12 12:21:14 *** TARGET IS IN DECENT TO 24,000 TO WHITBY ISL…
VIEW NORAD STATUS AND EVENTS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LOG PAGES
Pages 87 through 90
PAGE 87 - PAGE 88 - PAGE 89 - PAGE 90
In addition to mega redactions in the ATC log, no indication has ever been released as to what occurred when and after the CF-18(s) ‘made contact’ with the unknown or unknowns.
- Were they shot at?
- Was gun camera footage taken?
- Were the pilots or their craft exposed to any effects that would have disabled or otherwise affect their avionics?
- How, where and when were the pilots debriefed following the event?
- Were records of this event ever provided to the Canadian Department of Defence, the Prime Minister of Canada and Minister of Defence?
It is quite likely we’ll never know the answers to these questions - much like answers to why Canada shot first and will probably not answer later.
Seems like that’s the way our government treats UFOs in the Wild West of Canada today.
Journalists interested in further information about the NORAD documents and the additional 100 pages acquired by ZlandCommunications from the Department of National Defence on this matter are invited to contact ZNN.
This report will be updated.
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