July 1, 1952; Fort Monmouth, New Jersey (BBU)
9:30 am. The objects moved south along the East coast and hovered near Fort Monmouth, N.J., for about 5 minutes at 50,000 feet. As radar at Fort Monmouth detected the objects, they put on a burst of speed and headed southwest toward Washington, D.C., confirmed visually. At about noon, a physics professor in Washington reported seeing a grayish UFO hovering and arcing back and forth across the sky. (Ruppelt, pp. 200-202.)
July 1, 1952, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey (BBU)Section 1
At 9:20 hours on July 1, 1952, two unconventional aircraft were sighted directly over the Fort Monmouth, New Jersey area. The objects were at approximately 50,000 feet in altitude. One of the objects appeared to suspend motion for a period of 5 minutes after which it took off with a terrific burst of speed in a southeasterly direction. The objects displayed a speed of 2 to 4 times in excess of conventional aircraft.
At 1520 hours on July 1, 1952, John Norman Meier, Military Instructor, Radar Division, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, reported the presence of 12 unconventional aircraft directly over Fort Monmouth area at an altitude of approximately 40 to 50 thousand yards. Later this estimated altitude was confirmed at 40 to 50 thousand yards. Meir stated that these 12 unconventional aircraft displayed great maneuverability, excessive high speeds and the same characteristics as the two objects reported earlier.
The following pdf file contains all of the resized Project Blue Book documents, Frames 736, 739-742, and is now housed on the NICAP site for security reasons.
The original over-sized docs from the Blue Book Archive site are listed below, beginning with:
Page ID (PID) MAXW-PBB11-736, 739-742
Roll Description Maxwell Blue Book 11
Document Code N/A