Foo fighter, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

The term Foo fighter was coined by USAAF and RAF pilots during the Second World War to describe various unidentified flying object phenomena (UFOs) or other mysterious airborne phenomena spotted in the skies of Europe and the Pacific Ocean.

Historical UFOs, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

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Witnesses then often thought that so-called Foo fighters were secret weapons used by the enemy. Despite this assumption, Foo fighters (of whatever it was) from the reports can be concluded that apparently they have never tried to cause harm to either people or objects. Though often only optical phenomena created by light or fire flares, many different types of aircraft phenomena were reported and classified as Foo fighters.

Foo fighters have been spotted on many occasions around the world; some examples are listed below:

  • A night-time sighting of September 1941 in the Indian Ocean and is homologous to some reports of subsequent Foo fighters. From deck of ship S.S. Pulaski, (a Polish mercantile carrying British troops), two sailors saw a “weird globe glittering in greenish light, about half the diameter of the full moon as it appeared in the place.” They alerted a British officer, who carefully watched the movement of the object with them for more than an hour.
    A night-time sighting of September 1941 in the Indian Ocean and is homologous to some reports of subsequent Foo fighters.

    A night-time sighting of September 1941 in the Indian Ocean and is homologous to some reports of subsequent Foo fighters.

     

  • On February 28, 1942, a few hours before his participation in the Battle of the Java Sea, the USS Houston saw a number of strange and inexplicable glowing lights and yellow lights illuminating the sea for many miles around.
    On February 28, 1942, a few hours before his participation in the Battle of the Java Sea, the USS Houston

    On February 28, 1942, a few hours before his participation in the Battle of the Java Sea, the USS Houston

     

  • A later report was made in the Solomon Islands in 1942 by the Marines Officer Stephen J. Brickner. After an air raid alert, Brickner and others saw about 150 items clustered in lines of 10 or 12 objects each. They seemed to “oscillate” as they moved, and Brickner reported that the objects had a surface similar to polished silver and seemed to move at a slightly higher speed than the common Japanese aircraft. He described the sighting, saying, “With respect to everything, it was the most astonishing and yet terrifying spectacle I’ve ever seen in my life.”
    A later report was made in the Solomon Islands in 1942 by the Marines Officer Stephen J. Brickner

    A later report was made in the Solomon Islands in 1942 by the Marines Officer Stephen J. Brickner

     

  • Foo Fighter reports came to the mass media. In 1945, in Time, a story came out that “if they were not fake or optical illusions, they were certainly the most intriguing secret weapon that allied fighters ever encountered. Last week, American pilots in France told a strange story of fireballs that are more than a month old to follow their airplanes in German knight flights No one knows what these fireballs are or what they are using The pilots, thinking of a new psychological weapon, call them ‘Foo-fighter’ … Their descriptions and appearances very, but I agree that these mysterious lights are close to the aircraft and seem to follow them at high-speed for miles. A pilot said a Foo fighter, in the form of a red fireball at end of wings, he stayed with him in a beat at 360 miles an hour. Then the ball vanished into the sky. “
    Foo Fighter reports came to the mass media. In 1945

    Foo Fighter reports came to the mass media. In 1945

     

  • Commission Robertson mentions Foo fighter sighting reports, noting that their behavior did not seem to be threatening. It can be pointed out that the Robertson commission reported that many of the “Foo fighters” were described as having a metal surface and disk shape, and suggested that “if the word” flying disks “had been in popular use in the years 1943-1945, these objects they would have been labeled in that category. “
    Commission Robertson mentions Foo fighter sighting reports, noting that their behavior did not seem to be threatening.

    Commission Robertson mentions Foo fighter sighting reports, noting that their behavior did not seem to be threatening.

    Testimonies like these are found in hundreds, cataloged in dossiers. They also speak transcripts of military relations alone, united by the same “unknown” conclusion. 

    The scope of sightings was considerable and probably will no longer be found in modern times. There are no similar cases of unknown phenomena, which have been repeated at such regular intervals. There are still similar cases today, one of the “UFOs of Mexico” taken in the famous video by the military itself, but appearances are different by type and time intervals. This raises doubts, more than permitting the light spheres to be a new “Vergeltungswaffe”, a Nazi retaliation weapon, but something different. Many mysteries remain to be explained, which can not be overcome with a supposed plan of aircraft – spy. First of all, the ability of the spheres to make movements contrary to gravitational force and current physical laws, according to the possibility of disappearing from the view of pilots and not just radars, thirdly the global phenomenon, from the Pacific Ocean to Europe, from Japan to England. If all this was reduced to a qualitative military technology, because in the secret archives of governments engaged in war, does not mention projects but only investigations? How has the German government ever denied that it has produced on its own initiative any prototype of that type? And if this phenomenon really came to military espionage requirements because it continued even after the end of the conflict? How does the spheres’ ability to touch in some cases the 800-mile-long, science-fiction speeds for the era? Conclusions may someday be more objective and detailed, so far, let us consider Foo fighters a major ufologic manifestation.

Foo fighter, definition and study. A-Z index of Cognitio.

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