UFO Tech: The Flying Pancake

Secret tech initially used by WW2 Allies but then suppressed

The “Vought” V-173 and XF5U fighter were secretly developed from captured German UFO wreckage during the later part of WW2. Seeing an opportunity to win the war, Allied scientists quickly put the UFO wreckage together to make an unbeatable fighter that could take off with no runway required. Called the “Flying Pancake” by American scientists, the “Vought” V-173 was tested and then quickly all information and documents on the aircraft were destroyed as the war came to an end. The scapegoat Charles H. Zimmerman had initially stated that his aircraft was to test the feasibility of eliminating the fuselage of an aircraft to improve lift. As if. He was quickly denounced and his UFO was stored in an undisclosed location at the end of the war. It is ludicrous that he tried to pass off a cookie with wings as anything other than an off the books spaceship. But it takes guts to try and fool the world into thinking he came up with a new airframe on his own.

We salute your immense deception even now on April 1, 2024. Valor is in you. Set it free.

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