Black Tic Tac baits the Coast Guard, raises accountability questions
Hi, is this image available to the British press?
"henceforth, UAP will no longer mean “unidentified aerial phenomena” but “unidentified anomalous phenomena.” Sounds a tad redundant..."
Not at all. This will also account for USO's
At the risk of sounding like a broken record - depending on how far off the coast of Florida the apparent object was, it may have been caught on one or more of the 3D radars along its coastline. The 84th Rades have those data (I even obtained data for all of those radars, some time ago - when the 84th (staffed by civilians I believe) was still accessible via FOIA).
The returns from those radars include estimated altitudes for all unknowns (with varying accuracy). The FAA doesn't/didn't include that field in any of its FOIA releases, but the 84th did.
Long winded way of saying that it's a potentially juicy case for AARO, assuming anyone there knows what they are doing.
Florida MUFON should be all over this, now. Do you know anybody in that outfit, Billy?
Officer Marose's shot has to be one of the best contextual UFO photos ever. But other than the usual ufoworld platforms, and the local newspaper, the story hasn't been picked up by any mainstream media, despite Marose's credibility. The "sociological stigma" lives on in many newsrooms, as well.
As to the AARO SICO, it will likely end up with someone whose retirement is nigh and secure. Can't imagine a young officer with high career ambitions enthusiastically raising a hand.
Maybe a group will just draw cards.
Sue responded to you. Very impressive!