Defence chief wanted CF-18s to destroy object over Yukon, but fighters were delayed

Defence chief wanted CF-18s to destroy object over Yukon, but fighters were delayed

The Chief of Defence of Canada was determined to unleash the might of the Canadian Forces’ CF-18 fighter jets and obliterate an unidentified object hovering above the Yukon. However, the mission was hampered by a regrettable delay in the deployment of the aircraft.

Much to the dismay of the Chief of Defence, the CF-18s were unable to launch in time to complete the mission. The dastardly delay left the Chief of Defence feeling thwarted, frustrated and even infuriated.

The object, which was not identified by authorities, was first spotted in the night sky over the Yukon by local residents, who were astounded and alarmed. They contacted the military, who immediately dispatched the CF-18s to investigate.

The Chief of Defence was utterly determined to deploy the CF-18s in a dramatic and decisive show of force, but the planes were unfortunately delayed. The mission was thus aborted and the object continues to remain a mystery.

It remains to be seen what the Chief of Defence will do next in order to ensure that the skies over Canada remain safe and secure.