UPDATE: OREGON RADAR STREAK AND UFO REPORT MOST LIKELY A CLANDESTINE MISSILE LAUNCH, BUT WHY?
Reports of UFO’s and helicopters with search lights were reported to Ground Zero last
night. There were reported sightings of two bright lights in the sky, a streak recorded
on radar and a mainstream news report of chaff deployed over Portland. What did we
At approximately 23:22 hours Ground Zero Radio received reports of strange lights being seen
streaking across the sky over Portland. Radar Images were then emailed and posted in the Ground
Zero chat room from listeners all over the country. There were at least 4 phone calls into KXL of
listeners who said that they witnessed what looked like two shooting stars moving slowly across
the sky leaving behind a trail. This anomaly was confirmed by radar as a wide heat streak was
detected and later what appeared to be an increase of cloud activity. The sky according to Portland
international airport was clear and the temperature was 43 degrees. During the final minutes of
the Ground Zero broadcast and e-mail was sent to KXL studios from Matt Zaffino of KGW news
stating that the streak on the radar was chaff being dispersed during a Military exercise.
A call came into Ground Zero studios a few minutes after midnight and was not aired. The
anonymous call claiming to be military stated that there was a launch from Kodiak Alaska of two
missiles. That was all the caller would say and no further details were given. I received an e-mail
from Eric Hamilton that details the history of a launch facility in Kodiak that may have launched a
missile carrying some important cargo a 1,000-pound military reconnaissance and communication
satellite, TacSat-4. There was a report that stated the original launch was supposed happen on May 5th,
According to the report the TacSat-4 has a 12-foot antenna that can accommodate 10 ultra high
frequency channels. One of the functions listed for these channels is Blue Force Tracking, that is,
GPS tracking of the position of friendly units on a battlefield. Advantages of the satellite are that
communications can be on-the-move and users will not need an antenna pointed toward the satellite to
have communications work.
Due to the situation in the country and with heightened security after the reports of Osama Bin Laden’s
alleged death it is logical to determine that this satellite needs to be battlefield ready because of a
possible planned escalation or other military use in the future.
The following are footnote links for your own research :
Military Affairs to oversee Alaska Aerospace
Executive Order PDF of Military takeover of Alaska Aerospace Kodiak
Next launch: May 5 (Plans for May 5th, Launch) reported two months ago.
KLC’s May launch pushed back: Article saying that the May 5th launch would not take place. This was reported 8 days ago. Was it fired on May 3rd due to pressure from the Military due to heightened Alert?
The unidentified lights or UFO’s sighted over Portland and the heat streaks detected on radar indicate that there may have been a missile launch even though reports had claimed that a launch was scrubbed. We are dealing with a mystery that might easily be explained as a clandestine operation to place a tracking satellite over a targeted location.