Unacknowledged Aircraft: From the “Aurora” to “Silent Planes” and “Flying Triangles”

Over the decades it has been claimed that elements of the U.S. Government may have more than a few “unacknowledged aircraft,” hidden away, so to speak. In simple terms, we’re talking about secret aircraft that, despite sightings of them, no-one in government wants to reveal them for what they are. Or, were. We’ll begin with what has become known as the Aurora. In the early 1990s, rumors began to circulate among the aviation world that a highly secret, futuristic aircraft was being flown out of Area 51 – and under distinctly covert circumstances. The reportedly large, black-colored, triangular-shaped aircraft which could fly at incredible speeds, could outmaneuver just about anything else on the planet. It was rumored to be known as the Aurora. Officially, at least, and according to the U.S. Government, the Aurora does not exist and has never existed. But, that was once said about Area 51, too. So, with that in mind, we need to tread cautiously when it comes to official proclamations of the controversial type. An artist’s conception of the Aurora aircraft. The story began – publicly, at least – in March 1990. That was when the well-respected magazine Aviation Week & Space Technology covered…

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Unacknowledged Aircraft: From the “Aurora” to “Silent Planes” and “Flying Triangles”

Updated: September 8, 2021 — 10:27 pm