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dark balloon shaped object

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To the east over the park

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Angle of Sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)

above the trees but a low angle

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HINSON’S HAD ENOUGH Not only is the FAA losing its top safety administrator, agency chief David R. Hinson is likely to leave before the end of the year. The FAA is looking both inside and oU[side the agency to replace Anthony Broderick. the associate administrator for regulation and certification. Broderick, a well-respected administrator and safety official who held his job for eight years, was prompted to retire this week in the wake of the agency’s bungled oversight ofValuJet. Well before the ValuJet crash and ensuing flap, Hinson had told the White House he did nor want to serve in the second term, should President Clinton be re-elected.

DECISION TIME The decision to ground ValuJet came down [0 management of maintenance, not dispatch, operarions or rraining by the airline, Hinson told Aviation W ek & Space Technology. Both ValuJet and the FAA fell down on maintenance oversight, he admitted. "We have regulated the airlines and the repair stations from the top down, but did nO( previously look adequately at the link between the two." Hinson decided June 16 that the airline could no longer keep up with correcting the faults inspectors were finding. Hinson said he simply briefed Clinton aides on his decision on June 17, but there was never any pressure on rhe FAA from the ’White House before or after

10 years. Dole charged Clinton has broken his 1992 campaign promise to maintain a strong military. Instead he drove military expenditures down "to their lowest percent of gross do. mestic product since the bombing of Pearl Harbor." He blast. ed Clinton’s opposition to the rapid deployment of a national missile defense (NMD)system, charging China threatened to "rain nuclear bombs on Los Angeles" if the U.S. comes to Taiwan’s defense. "In my Administration. California will never again be subject to nuclear blackmaiL" Dole promised, neglecting to mention that initial NMD systems wouldn’t be able to fend off massive missile strikes. Meanwhile. the Clinton Administration-coincidentally, no doubt-announced the day before Dole’s visit thar Lockheed Martin was one of two finalists for a multibillion-dollar contract to build the ]ASSM missile (see p. 29).

FIGHTER ATTACK The General Accounting Office’s criticism of the F/A-18E/F is finally public after months of congressional review. The GAG

Bob Dole may have embarrassed Lockheed Martin executives

says the Penragon could save "almost $17 billion" if it would abandon the $89-billion, 1 ,OOO-aircra/ FIA-18E/F program and instead buy additional FIA-l8C/Ds until the lower-cost Joint Strike Fighter goes into production. The GAO says operational deficiencies used to justifY the E/Fs either have not materialized or could be corrected with changes (0the C/Ds. It says ElF range increases were achieved at the expense of combat performance, and wind tunnel tests suggest there may be problems in using its full weapons payload. Some congressional staffers said the GAG report was flawed. However, they do see a big "tac-air crunch" coming, with neither the F/A-18E/F nor the F-22 being built in today’s numbers. Only about 200-300 Lockheed Martin F-22s will be built, not the 442 currently projected, staffers predicted. With the latest cost projection of$100 million per aircraft in full-rate production, there will be no way the Air Force can afford them all, no matter who wins the election. Staffers expect the number ofAir Force and Navy wings won’t decrease, but that the aircraft in a squadron will continue to shrink to as few as 10 or 12 from a high of 24.

during his visit to Sunnyvale, Calif., last week. According to a Lockheed Martin official, Dole’s people had pledged he would not use the appearance for "Clinton bashing." But Dole, standing wirh executives in front of a large company banner, said, "The Administration’s hostility to defense has been like a Stinger missile aimed at the heart of rhe California economy, destroying some 215,000 jobs in this state." California Gov. Pete Wilson (R.)had said earlier that 215.000 jobs were lost in last

The Air Force has been officially queried by USA "foday on its contingency plans if the U.S. is invaded by aliens from space. The inquiry apparently was triggered by the new movie "Independence Day." An Air Force official said that the service would forego any extensive planning pending verification of the existence of aliens.

the decision.

POLITICAL MOTIVATIONS Rep. Bud Shuster (R.-Pa.), who chairs the House aviation subcommittee. has scheduled hearings this week not only on the FAA’s oversight ofValuJet Airlines, but whether its grounding was politically motivated. In an unusual display of bipartisanship, Rep. James Oberstar (D.-Minn.),the ranking minority member of the subcommittee, agrees those hearings are necessary. A long.time critic of the FAA, he also complained that the agency keeps too much safety information (00 close to its vest.

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Description of Object (No of objects, size, shape, colour, br ightness )

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h

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Description of object (No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness, noise)

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5. Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more useful than a roughly estimated bearing)

6. Angle of sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)

7. Distance (By reference to a known landmark)

8. Movements (Changes in 5,

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8.

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Met conditions during observations (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)

10. Nearby objects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines, reservo~r, lake or dam, swamp or marsh, river, high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts/ airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

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4.

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7. Distance (By reference to a

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known landmark)

8. Movements (Changes in 5, 6 & 7 may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

9. Met conditions during observations (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)

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Exact Position when Observed

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time and duration ot s!QhtlnQ.

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Description of object;

Number \ Size @}

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a known landmark it possible)

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(Changes in E, F and G may be more useful than estimates of course and speed) I

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(Estimated heights are unreliable)

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ANNEX A TO SOP 502

REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

1.

Date, Time and Duration of Sighting

141945Z Feb 96

2.

Descr~ption

Round, star-shaped

3.

of ObJect (No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness)

white

Locat~on (~ndoor outdoor

Inside

stationary/moving)

4.

How observed (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or moving)

Naked eye

5.

Direction in Wh1Ch object first seen (A landmark may be more useful than a badly estimated bearing)

Looking North

6.

Angle of Sight (Est1mated heights are unreliable)

V. High

7.

D~stance

(By reference to a known landmark)

Very long way several miles

8.

Movements (Changes 5,6 & 7 may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

Stat~onary

9.

Met conditions during observations (Moving cloud, haze, mist, etc)

No cloud clear sky

~n

10. Nearby objects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines

None

reservoir,lake or dam, swamp or marsh, river, high buildings, tall chimneys,steeples,spires, TV or Radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

11. To whom reported (Po11ce, military, press, etc)

1.

Direct via BT operator

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