Tupolev Tu-95 Bear


#1

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#2

I find this extremely implausible. Your location at the time of the sighting? Are you experienced in aircraft identification? What altitude was the aircraft at? Direction of flight? Etc., etc.


#3

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#4

Then why the hell did you waste bandwidth posting your question here? How can someone help confirm this if we don’t know where the alleged sighing occurred.

Yes, I question your qualifications based on your first posting. In it, you gave NO indication of how you are qualified to identify an aircraft nearly 5 miles (20,000 feet by your second posting)* away by sound and sight. Unless you were using binoculars to look at the aircraft or you had some sound enhancing equipment, I really doubt you or anybody else can identify an aircraft that far away.

*Probably even further away unless you were directly under the aircraft.


#5

You can tell the difference between 20,000 ft and 30,000ft?

Where were you when you witnessed this airplane?


#6

Well, then come back when you feel like disclosing the location.


#7

I just caught the “CAP Mission Pilot” great work man! proud of ya! I also noticed the commercial pilot- did you fly 135? 121? 91? either way keep up the good work airman.

I Don’t have much time as a pilot, only about 7,000 hours, and in that short amount of flying I have NEVER seen a UFO, a Russian MIG or the ghost of Abe Lincoln. About 3k of those flight hours were in the “Bermuda triangle”, Never once have I been sucked into an electric ghost cloud, never once have I had my compass go haywire. As a matter of fact I’ve never been lost. You’re ramblings of spotting a 50 year old Russian bomber are entertaining to say the least

IMHO you’ve an over active mind OR you’re an attention seeker.


#8

I am guessing Texas?

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Ahhhh, he deleted the posts…