Phoenix Boomerang Craft – Possible Origins


Publisher’s Note: Received the following in my email Saturday and it was so written and illustrated that I asked and was granted permission to reprint this article here. My thanks to The Object Reporter!

The TR6 “TELOS” is designed for use as a transatmospheric, low observable reconnaissance platform with global reach and a long loiter time over target. Employing active electromagnetic, electronic and visual camouflage it is able to penetrate all currently known defensive systems from transorbital height.

Hypothetical Origin of the Unidentified “Phoenix Boomerang” Craft

The TR6 utilizes five electrogravitic generators for propulsion and is considered a “VTOL” craft not needing a runway. The landing gear is strictly for maneuvering while on the ground. The wings fold for hangar stowage. Currently there are only a handful of hangars in the world that can accept the TR6, with most of them in the US.

The entire airframe acts as a multi-band communications relay capable of directly interfacing with all current US military satellite networks. The skin employs active visual camouflage using a ‘starfield’ lighting pattern along with other active stealth techniques. The TELOS platform is also capable of operating in space as well as docking with military space stations via a ventral docking hatch.

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4 thoughts on “Phoenix Boomerang Craft – Possible Origins

  1. In Use or on Drawing Board?
    Is the Telos actually a reality? And has been for the past decade? I don’t know if it is hypothetical (still on drawing board) or actively used–after reading this information. It does sound like it may well be the source of many “boomerang” sightings.

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    Two days after the Phoenix flap, I was flying a commercial flt btw Phoenix and San Diego at around 20K feet. Below, I saw what I thought was a giant building with 2 rectangular wings joined at a 90º angle. Then I saw that the isolated bldg had no roads leading to it. Finally I noticed that the desert floor was moving under it, indicating hovering. The apparent size from 20K feet would hint a span 1 mile or more from tip to tip. It did not have the extra diamond in the center like the TR6.

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