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Occurred : 10/25/2008 21:00 (Entered as : 10-25 21:00)
Reported: 11/13/2008 10:08:05 PM 22:08
Posted: 1/10/2009
Location: Mililani (around), HI
Shape: Chevron
Duration:2 min
UFO by Mililani and Wheeler Army Airbase Hawaii viewed from the freeway

I was driving on the freeway heading north and just passed the Ka Uka overpass when I noticed three bright white lights in a chevron or triangular formation off to the right of the freeway. I thought it was peculiar that a helicopter was so close to the ground and to the freeway. I thought it was a helicopter because it was hovering in one spot. I rolled the window down to see if I could hear anything but there was nothing. I thought the helicopter was low due to the size of the lights, but then a light cloud passed between me and the object and I lost sight for a second or two. I then realized that the size of the lights and as high as it must have been to be above clouds on a rather breezy and clear night, it must have been huge. By this time, I had just started to pass and could not keep an eye on it while driving. About a mile further, I was nearing my exit which is next to Wheeler Army Airbase and noticed some helicopters (blackhawks) in the air and started to wonder if they were going to investigate. Over the next few weeks, I would drive by and look to see if there were any towers, poles or any other structure that would be a cause or reason for something to be there but there is nothing. I then Googled the months of October and November 2008 along with UFO and noticed that another person had posted something around the same date and time that my experience occurred. I don’t know the exact date but it was around the 20th or 26th of October and around the 9:00pm time frame.

I am rather familiar with helicopters due to living on or near a military base my whole life and hearing them on a daily basis.

(NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that date of incident is approximate. PD))