Chinese Air Force Planes Chased UFO

Based on report of Hebei Daily, the Chinese air force had experience a close-encounter with a UFO. One of the fighter pilot said, it's just like ones in foreign movies. They described it as an object with a mushroom-shaped dome on top and a flat bottom covered with bright rotating lights. The incident occurred on October 19, 1998, and over 100 people also saw the UFO. The news digest Baokan Wenzhai gave a detailed pilot’s account of an aerial cat and-mouse game played between the object and a jet fighter ordered to intercept it.

The encounter began when four different radar stations in northern Hebei province picked up an unknown moving object in airspace directly above a military flight training base near Changzhou city. According to the observers at the military base, the UFO first appeared like "a small star," and then grew larger and much larger.


Mr. Li, a base commander reported to his superiors, who immediately ordered a Jianjiao-6 armed interceptor airborne to pursue the object once checks showed no other civilian or military aircraft in the area. However, when they got within 4,000 meters of the UFO over Qing county, it abruptly shot upward, easily evading subsequent attempts to get closer. It appeared to be toying with the fighter by repeatedly outdistancing it and then reappearing just above it, the pilots said.


The report said a request for permission to fire on the UFO with an onboard cannon was denied by ground command at one point. The interceptor was eventually forced to return to base after it ran out of fuel at an altitude of 12,000 meters (39,600 feet). The UFO then disappeared before two newer-model planes could get airborne, the article said.

Sources:
Atlantis Rising Magazine Vol. 22: "China Admits Its War Planes Chased UFO";

http://www.ufoevidence.org/documents/doc445.htm

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Atlantis Rising Magazine Vol. 22: "China Admits Its War Planes Chased UFO" page 12
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