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Does that mean that they nearly missed it, e.g. hit it or did they mean nearly missed seeing it.

Near miss, although often used, is a rather ambiguous term.

Aviation authorities tend to refer to them as nmac Near Mid-Air Collisions or loss of separation events

Also given the reputation of US fighter pilots it could have been anything from a seagull to a weather balloon. (or possibly an allied tank)🤠🙈

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3 hours ago, Observer II said:

Seems two US fighter pilots have reported a near miss with a UFO.   If they were UFOs, presumably more advanced than anything on this planet, surely they would avoid a collision with aircraft ?

A UFO isn't necessarily extra terrestrial, it's just a flying object that the observer was unable to identify.

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