At first glance this large craft may appear to be a common blimp, but upon closer examination many clues surface that clearly reveals this craft is a mother ship for smaller scout craft. This type of craft has been observed by many witnesses throughout history, although it is unclear exactly which group this particular one belonged to. There are no markings or tail numbers as is required of a civilian aircraft, and there are no insignias to identify it as a military craft. The large ship did not get picked up by local radar at the Salt Lake City International Airport, and Utah based military sources claim they have no record of any craft that should have been in their jurisdiction. The portal where the scout ships enter and exit the mother ship are clearly identified on the underside of the craft, and the bow of the ship changes shape completely as the craft descends down to the ground. This ship is also enormous compared to any known blimp in the world, which also helps distinguish it from a common terrestrial air ship.