USAF sergeant ‘got so close to UFO he touched it’ – and it had ‘inscriptions’

A retired United States Air Force (USAF) sergeant has claimed he touched a UFO and was even able to draw the “inscription” it had on its side.

Sergeant James Penniston was stationed at RAF Woodbridge when the infamous Rendlesham Forest incident occurred in late December 1980.

Known as “Britain’s Roswell”, the incident involved a series of reported sightings of unexplained lights descending into Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk in late December 1980.

At the time, the Ministry of Defense said whatever occurred posed no threat to national security and it was never investigated fully.

And sceptics have often dismissed it as a series of nocturnal lights or even a fireball.

But, nevertheless, Sgt. Penniston’s account continues to amaze and baffle.

He appeared at Citizen Hearing – a mock congressional hearing where 40 UFO witnesses testified to five congressman and one senator – to recount his experience.

“I got up and composed myself just a little bit,” he said. “As I came around I’ve seen there is an inscription on the front.

“That’s what I saw.” A copy of his drawing shows what appears to be five discernible objects that don't bear any similarity to Earth's languages.

“It was smooth to touch,” he continued. “I looked down and there was no wing but it was about two feet off the ground.

“I’m pushing the craft but it doesn’t move.

“It’s solid as can be. Unbeknownst to me, it was radioactive which is probably why it was warm.

“Then as I walked around it I realized it definitely wasn’t anything we had. And it sure as hell wasn’t anything the Russians had.”

It comes as the eagerly-awaited Pentagon report into UFOs is due to be released.

According to the New York Times, officials are believed to be claiming some of the sightings are hypersonic weapons used by the US’ adversaries in China and the US.

The entire Citizen Hearing on UFO Disclosure can no web watched for free on their YouTube channel here.

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