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In 1947 July something crashed into the desert near the Air Force base at Roswell New Mexico The US Air force insisted that it was a weather balloon However some people said that the weather balloon was only a cover up it was actually an UFO The theory of the UFO is more convincing comparing to the other and below are some explanation for why the UFO theory is more reliable The first theory explained that the incident of the flying object was army equipment that was used as a spy This was supported by the second official press about the accident released by General Roger Ramey commander of Forth Worth Army Air Field said on July 8th 1947 The object which crashed in the desert was a helium filled weather balloon carrying a radar target made of aluminium foilStenner 2000 P3 Another official press released by the US Air force in October 1986 also said the truth about the Roswell incident can now be told The object found in the desert was a crashed balloon carrying top secret equipment to spy on the Russians Stenner 2000 P3 Therefore some people had come to believe in the theory that the flying object was a weather balloon Alternately theres a second theory about the UFO Its supported by the first official press after the incident released on July 8 1947 The intelligence office of the 509th Bombardment group at Roswell Army Air Field announced at noon today that the field has come into possession of a flying saucer According to information released by the department over authority of Maj J A Marcel intelligence officer the disk was recovered on a ranch in the Roswell vicinity after an unidentified rancher had notified Sheriff Geo Wilcox here that he had found the instrument on his premises Rotten dot com nd Roswell From this some believed the flying object was an UFO which has no connection with the
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