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Three Aircraft Spot UFO / Radar Track At ATIC
March 8, 1950
Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio


Brad Sparks:
March 8, 1950; Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
In mid-morning, the CAA received a report from Capt. W. H. Kerr, Trans-World Airways pilot, that he and two other TWA pilots had a UFO in sight. A gleaming UFO was visible, hovering at high altitude. CAA also had 20 or more reports on the UFO from the Vandalia area when WPAFB was notified, and sent up four P-51 interceptors. The UFO was also visible to control tower operators and personnel of Air Technical Intelligence Center on the base. Radar had an unidentified target in the same position. (Probable IFO, balloon) 

Detailed reports and documents
reports/500308wright-pat_rep.htm (Dan Wilson)


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