Category 11 Case Directory
SIGHTINGS FROM AIRCRAFT
Preliminary Rating: 1
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|8:32 p.m. CST
Duration 5 secs
aircraft not identified
No radar contact
Probably a meteor.
Feb. 10, 1949; North of Dayton, OhioAt 8:32 p.m. local time Capt. Roger J. Groseclose, USAF Pilot, and 1st Lt. Ray W. Adams, USAF Student Pilot, observed from the air at 7,900 feet a white object with a blue glow in a straight gradual descent to approximately 9,000 feet then it broke into two parts and disintegrated. The object was in sight for approximately 5 seconds.
Detailed reports and documents
reports/490210dayton_report.htm (Dan Wilson)