Is the United States engaged in secret military exercises? A strange radar chart shocked all walks of life in the United States

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Is the United States engaged in secret military exercises? A strange radar chart shocked all walks of life in the United States

2018-12-13 20:25:34 202 ℃

A different radar chart shocked the American community. (Source: Russian Satellite News Agency)

Overseas Network December 13th A recent radar chart appeared in the western part of Kentucky, not only shocking the American community, but also letting outside The media was shocked. Some Russian media therefore questioned that the United States is engaged in secret military exercises.

Comprehensive Russian satellite news agency, Evansville messenger news report on the website, local time on Monday (10th), in the absence of rain, the radar map of the western part of Kentucky shows a blockbuster The area is strangely striped. The American Meteorological Bureau and the public were greatly surprised.

The report said that the strange stripes not only lasted for about 10 hours, but also covered an area of ​​nearly 50 miles (about 80 kilometers). A veteran who claimed to be a US Army raised doubts on Twitter and shouted "too strange." The Russian satellite news agency suspects that the United States is engaged in secret military exercises.

A different radar chart shocked the American community. (Source: Russian Satellite News Agency)

On the verge of doubts from all walks of life, US news meteorologist Wayne Hart said that according to aviation experienced people, The Evansville Air Traffic Flow Control Center in Indiana stated that the strange stripe is actually a chaff cloud caused by the C-130 military transport aircraft.

It is worth mentioning that where the chaff cloud is found near the Evansville Air Traffic Control Center, there are exactly two US military bases, Campbell Fort Army Base and Scott Air Force Base. . The former is located about 100 miles (about 160 kilometers) south of Evansville, near the junction of Kentucky and Tennessee; the latter is about 150 miles west of Evansville.

And interestingly, the report pointed out that the transport aircraft did not take off from these two bases. Therefore, a list of problems such as the origin of the transport plane and the release of the transporter caused the chaff cloud is still not known to the public. The US official has not yet commented on this matter. (Overseas Network Yao Kaihong)

Editor: Xue Yu