RADCAT Case Directory
  Category 9, RADAR  
 
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Two Ground Radars Track Object at 15,000'
Aug. 31, 1965
Tonopah & Winnemucca, Nevada


Brad Sparks:
Aug. 31, 1965; Nevada (BBU) (McDonald list) 

Dan Wilson: 
Aug. 31, 1965; Nevada
At 9:30 p.m. local time, a green and red colored, oblong object was seen in the sky that made stops and starts and made right hand climbs described as movements not compatible with aircraft targets. This visual sightings was observed by more that 15 ground observers located at Fallon NAS, Nevada. At Tonopah, Nevada, radar tracked the object at 15,000 feet at a distance of 150 miles at 340 degrees. Ground radar from Winnemucca AFS, Nevada, placed the object at 15,000 ft. An observation was also made by a pilot of an F-102 aircraft. Total length of observation was 3 hours and 15 minutes.  (Dan Wilson)  

Detailed reports and documents
reports/650831nevada_rep.htm (Dan Wilson)


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