December 29, 1952
40 degrees 57' 15" North Lat. - 141 degrees 23'
15" East Long. Near Misawa Air Base, Japan
1948 hours Item time
Colonel Donald J. M. Blakeslee, 27th Fighter Escort Wing, while
flying in an F-84G at 27,000 feet in altitude observed an object
as a rotating cluster of lights colored white, green and
red. Colonel Blakeslee climbed to 35,000 feet - at which point he was
level with the unknown object.
Interception Undertaken. An interception of the object was
undertaken with negative results. The object appeared to increase its
and vanished in 30 seconds. The object was observed for approximately
seven minutes. At 2000 hours Item, Colonel Blakeslee caught sight of
for the second time. This observation lasted for five minutes. The
general area of these sightings was the extreme northern
portion of the Island of Honshu, Japan.
Frames 872 - 877
See AIR INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION RERPORT on the right