Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 00:24:03 +0000 (GMT) From: daniel wilson
UFOs in New Mexico March 1950/ Midair collision over
Kirtland AFB, T-33 and F-80 To: Francis Ridge
Note: This all beginning to sound like the movie Disappearance
of Flight 412, where the two fighters collided on the intercept
mission of the UFO.
Las Vegas, New Mexico, Daily Optic, March 15, 1950 (
NOW FLYING SAUCERS AREN'T SAUCERS THEY'RE GLOBES WITH ROW OF
In Sante Fe, high school student Fred Richardson reported sighting
a "huge shining globe" over the mountain peaks about 10 miles northeast
of the capital. He said it hovered over the mountains, then put on a
burst of speed faster than any jet plane I have ever seen and
disappeared to the northeast.
was during the time period of many sightings of round
(globe-shaped) objects that were seen at Kirtland AFB (March 21
and 22, 1950) by 4925th Test Group (Atomic) personnel, and
over Vaughn, New Mexico on March 5, 1950. In this case the UFO was seen
by an Air Provost Marshal, William J. Haynor, for one hour and 25
minutes. According to the USAF report, movie film was taken of the
object. There were three other witnesses.
On March 11, 1950 a round object shaped like a ping pong ball was seen
over Holloman AFB, New Mexico.