Form: 97 NCPDIR
Date: Updated 3 Feb 2006
From: Francis Ridge, Coordinator
Cat: 10
Distribution: NCP, CE, SHG, Media

Nuclear Connection Project
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Subject: "Oscar Flight" / Malmstrom AFB/Missile Incident, March 24/25, 1967; Nr. Roy, Montana

Francis Ridge:
This incident use to be directly connected to the "Echo Flight" incident of March 16, 1967. However, Robert Salas now agrees with Robert Hastings that these incidents probably occurred on two separate days. This alternate time-line is based on the testimony of Bob Jamison. In light of that, we propose that the Oscar Flight shutdown probably took place on the night of March 24/25, 1967--the same night as the Belt, MT incident. (The Echo Flight shutdown is documented as having occurred on March 16, 1967, in the 341st Missile Wing unit history.

Briefly:
March 24/25, 1967;  Roy (about 30 miles NE of Lewiston), Montana (BBU)
O-Flight of Malmstrom AFB, USAF 341st Strategic Missile Wing, had unexplained deactivation of 6-8 Minuteman nuclear ICBM's within several secs of each other during UFO close encounters involving a red saucer­ shaped object in early morning hours. USAF security guard injured and medivacked out. (Sparks)

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