Date: Thu, 09 Jul 2009 13:54:48 +0000 (GMT)
From: daniel wilson <>
Subject: Feb. 13, 1957; Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Radar

The synopsis reads:
Objects were visually observed by three control tower operators and by the Director of Operations, who was in town to supervise a wing mission.
I find it interesting that UFOs are reported in the area during a time when the Bomb Wing was doing a mission.
It was this same bomb wing that was doing a simulated  atomic attack on London, England on August 13, 1956,  when UFOs were reported at RAF Lakenheath.  
On August 13, 1956, the 307th Bombardment wing flying the B-47 jet bomber participated in war games over England. The B-47 jet bombers were at the time stationed at Lakenheath Air Base, England.
(Reference: History of the 307th Bombardment Wing (Medium)
Lincoln AFB, Nebraska, 1954-1965)
Aug. 13, 1956;  RAF Bentwaters, England, UK (BBU)
9:55 p.m. Extremely high speed radar-visual approximately 18,000 mph E-W radar track of brilliant white light, from about 30 miles E to 30 miles W passing directly over the radar site, “streaked under� C-47 at 4,000 ft near base. Radar track provides height-finding data confirming extremely low altitude, roughly 2,000 ft, also estimated by ground visual observers. (Sparks)

Aug. 13-14, 1956; RAF Lakenheath, England, UK (BBU)
11 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Radar-visual of hovering-darting objects that outmaneuvered Venom NF-3 jet interceptor beginning at 12:01 a.m. Later attempted intercepts at about 2-3 a.m. were unsuccessful. (Sparks) <>
History of the 307th Bombardment Wing (Medium), and

The 307th AREFS
Lincoln AFB, Nebraska, 1954-1965

3 July 1956, Lincoln AFB

15 B-47 aircraft departed Lincoln AFB on 3 July and arrived in the United Kingdom at Lakenheath, as scheduled. Due to a weather delay, the second and third waves of B-47's departed Lincoln two days later than the planned deployment date. The KC-97's deploying to Greenham-Common, were not so fortunate. Due to propeller difficulties they were delayed indefinitely.

28 July 1956, Lakenheath RAF Air Base
On Friday afternoon, Crew R-38 was involved in an aircraft landing accident in which all crewmembers were fatally injured. On board aircraft 53-4230 were the following officers and A&E technician: A/C Commander, Captain Russel R. Bowling; Co-Pilot, 2/Lt. Carroll W. Kalberg; Observer, 1/Lt. Micheal J. Selmo; A&E Technician, T/Sgt. John Ulrich. The aircraft was shooting touch and gos. On the fourth approach the aircraft porpoised, and a go around was attempted, but the right wing tip dragged and caused an explosive crash.
13 August 1956, Lakenheath RAF Air Base
The 307th Bomb Wing participates in operation "Pink Lady"� Target "Bravo"� was the top of the Bell Tower of the Tower of London. Target "Golf"� was the center of the bridge at Windsor Castle.