The AWA Case

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On the afternoon of September 3, 2012, at 7:45 p.m., local time, a Hospital of the Chilean Air Force’s ambulance entered into the courtyard of the Air War Academy, with the purpose of loading fuel, a normal maneuver in that unit. The vehicle was driven by a motorized equipment operator, accompanied by a paramedic and who, along with the AWA service noncommissioned officer, observed five lights in formation to the East that, in the first instance, they thought to be helicopters.

When they realized that the lights were approaching and descending towards the Academy sector, they suspended the loading of fuel and could see that the lights stopped their flight at the Eastern edge of the complex, at an estimated distance of 50 meters. While the noncommissioned officer run to the guard to call for help and shouted to alert the sentry stationed at the entrance of the unit, both the paramedic and the ambulance driver recorded the phenomenon they were witnessing with their cell phones.

From the South side of the central AWA building, they could see that the lights began to perform maneuvers, initially forming a triangle and then a circle, without the slightest noise, to finally ascend to the Northeast, turning off. 

The three witnesses glimpsed the circular shape of the lights rotating on their own axis. The duration of the phenomenon, according to the witnesses, was 3 to 5 minutes.


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