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  Category 9, RADAR  
 
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GCI Has Radar Targets At Two Sites
Sept. 2, 1952
Tokyo, Japan


Brad Sparks:
Sept. 2, 1952; Tokyo, Japan (BBU)
(McDonald list) 
 
Dan Wilson:
Sept. 2, 1952; Tokyo, Japan (BBU)
Beginning at 2015 hours unidentified flying objects were picked up by the GCA unit at Haneda AFB and later contacted by GCI at Shiroi AFB. When first observed the target was 9 miles north of Haneda traveling at 40 to 60 mph on a heading of 90 degrees. During the next hour sightings were made on radar of targets ranging in number from 1 to 3. The targets produced a clearly visible echo on the PPI scope and about the size caused by a C-124 aircraft.

Detailed reports and documents
reports/520902tokyo_rep.htm (Dan Wilson)


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