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17 Unknowns In 80 Minute Period
Sept. 11, 1967
Kincheloe AFB, Michigan


Brad Sparks:
Sept. 11-12, 1967; Kincheloe AFB, MI (BBU)
10:42 p.m.-12:01 a.m. A senior radar operator with 7 years experience tracked 17 unknowns in an 80-minute period. The unknown targets gave stronger, harder returns than a B-52 flying in the area. Most of the targets were tracked one at a time, hovering, slowing, speeding up, changing direction. In one of two instances when two were tracked at a time, two targets joined up and both went east at 2,000 mph. These passed overhead, but witnesses saw nothing. A B-52 pilot was alerted to a potential collision course with a target, but the pilot saw nothing. (McDonald, 1970.) 

Detailed reports and documents
reports/670911kincheloe_rep.htm (Dan Wilson)


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