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Hot SAS's UFO Revenge Prank on US Air Force

Historic British UFO Mystery was Prank Played on US Air Force by SAS

Britain's most famous UFO mystery was a prank played on the Americans by the SAS, according to insiders.

The Telegraph UK, 3 JAN. 2019.




The SAS said ‘They called us aliens. Right, we’ll show them what aliens really look like'.


The truth about the Rendlesham Forest incident in Suffolk has been kept under wraps for 38 years.

But now the US air force was fooled by the SAS in revenge for capturing a squad and subjecting them to a brutal interrogation.
The SAS were said to have regularly tested US security by probing the perimeters of RAF Woodbridge in Suffolk. Nuclear warheads were said to be stored there and it was believed to be a key target for Soviet agents. But when an SAS troop parachuted into the complex one night in August 1980 they were unaware the guards had upgraded their radar system.

Their black parachutes were immediately detected and the British were hauled off for questioning.

They were beaten up by their captors who refused to believe who they were and repeatedly referred to as “unidentified aliens”.


They were eventually released 18 hours later after the British authorities intervened.

But the SAS soldiers were seething at being called aliens on their own soil and reportedly started plotting their revenge.

They also remembered years ago US personnel in captivity in Iraq, broke and gave up where the SAS were positioned/hidden. This caused the SAS team to be captured and tortured. They never broke under severe torture & swore they would never work with the US special forces again..





A general view of the control tower at the former RAF Bentwaters base near Rendlesham Forest


British X-Files expert Dr David Clarke, who has been researching the story for three years, revealed:

“After their release, the troopers made no complaint at their rough treatment but were determined to get their own back on the USAF for the beating that they had received.


“In particular, their repeated characterisation as ‘aliens’ sowed the seeds of a plan.

“They said ‘They called us aliens. Right, we’ll show them what aliens really look like'.”

The SAS men spent the autumn nights reconnoitring the perimeter of the base where it met Rendlesham Forest. As December approached, lights and coloured flares were rigged in the woods. Black helium balloons were also coupled to remote-controlled kites to carry suspended materials into the sky, activated by radio-controls.

The incident – dubbed the British Roswell – took place over three nights between 26 and 28 December, in 1980.



Military personnel from nearby RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge, including the deputy base commander, witnessed strange lights in the forest and hovering above the twin NATO airbases which were on high alert as the Cold War was at its peak.

“A great deal of nocturnal Christmas fun was had at the expense of the USAF – and the matter should have ended there,” according to a letter written to Dr Clarke by an alleged SAS source.

“Unfortunately, a senior US officer (Lt Col Halt) led the US contingent out into the forest on the second night and took along his tape recorder.

“The hovering and whizzing lights were sufficiently impressive for him to send a report to the MoD.,,


“Someone in London recalled the events of the previous August and questions were asked. A few red faces - but also some satisfaction and amusement - followed...

“The USAF was ‘reassured not to worry’ at a senior level and no UK investigation was undertaken – for obvious reasons.”...

BOOM BOOM ... The US
seem to forget that ALL their Special Forces were started and trained up by the SAS, at the order of Sir Winston Churchill
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