Category 11 Case Directory
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AVCAT is a special project being conducted by NICAP, with the help and cooperation of the original compiler of AIRCAT, Dr. Richard Haines, and other sources, to create a comprehensive listing of sightings from aircraft with detailed documentation from these sources, including Projects SIGN, GRUDGE & BLUE BOOK.

H. S. Yellow Object Observed By T-33 Crew
Nov. 1, 1956
St. Louis, Missouri

5:30 p.m. CST
Duration 2 mins
aircraft T-33
United States
2 observers
No radar contact

Brad Sparks:
Nov. 1, 1956; 60 miles E of St. Louis, Missouri, near Mt. Vernon and Sandoval, Illinois (BBU 4489)
5:30 p.m. [11:30 a.m. CST?] USAF Capt. W. M. Lyons, Intelligence Division Chief (Aerial Weather Recon Officer) [and Daniel?], flying a T-33 jet trainer, saw an orange light with a blue tinge, fly across the sky. (Berliner; FUFOR Index; etc.)

Dan Wilson:
Nov. 1, 1956; 60 miles E of St. Louis, Missouri (BBU 4489)
5:30 p.m. CST. A light yellow round light was observed flying across the sky at an estimated speed of 1200 knots by Lt. Col Walter A. Rosenfield, Pilot, and Captain Orville H. Daniel, Aerial Weather Reconnaissance Officer flying in a T-33 aircraft at 35,000 feet. (Berliner; FUFOR Index; etc.)

Detailed reports and documents
reports/561101stlouis_report.htm  (Dan Wilson)

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