|The National Press Club Conference on UFOs:
"Truth Still Lives in Belgium"
The Black Triangle Flap 1989-1990
by Robert D. Morningstar(Copyright 2007, Robert D. Morningstar - All Rights Reserved)
Posted: 13:30 November 23, 2007
Major General Wilfried De Brouwer
(Deputy Chief of Air Staff, Belgian Air Force, Ret.)
November 12, 2007
My name is Wilfried De Brouwer.
I am a retired Major General of the Belgian Air Force and I was Chief (of) Operations in the Air Staff when an exceptional UFO wave took place over Belgium.
Indeed, during the evening of 29 November 1989, in a small area in Eastern Belgium, approximately 140 UFO sightings were reported. Hundreds of people saw a majestic triangular craft with a span of approximately 120 feet, powerful beaming spot lights, moving very slowly without making any significant noise but, in several cases, accelerating to very high speeds.
The following days and months, many more sightings would follow. The UFO wave would last more than one year during which a Belgian UFO organization conducted
more than 650 investigations and recorded more than 400 hours of audio witness reports. On one occasion, a photograph revealed the triangular shape and four light beams of the object.
Belgium had no official focal point for reporting UFO observations. Nevertheless, in my function of Chief Operations, I was confronted with numerous questions about the origin and nature of these craft.
In the first instance, and in consultation with other NATO partners, I could confirm that no flights of stealth aircraft or any other experimental aircraft look place in the airspace of Belgium. In addition, the Civil Aviation Authorities confirmed that no flight plans had been introduced. This implied that the reported object(s) committed an infraction against the existing aviation rules.
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