Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2012 07:30:52 +0100 (BST)
From: daniel wilson <>
Subject: April 4, 1965; Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi (BBU 9345)
To: Fran Ridge <>

The following pdf file contains all of the resized Project Blue Book documents below and is now housed on the NICAP site for security reasons.

The original over-sized docs from the site are listed below:

April 4, 1965; Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi (BBU 9345)
4:05 a.m. USAF A/2c Corum, weather observer, with confirmation by college student R. Pittman not clear from available data. Saw a 40 ft black, oval object with 4 lights along the bottom, fly in and out of the clouds. (UFOE II, Section I, Berliner)

April 4, 1965; Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi
At 4:05 A.M. CST, weather observer A/2C Corum in the Keesler AFB weather observation tower, sighted a black oval object estimated to be 40 feet long. Corum first saw the object at approximately 45 degrees elevation in the SW sky. The object  passed overhead and headed NE and it faded into the clouds 15-20 seconds later at approximately 30-45 degrees elevation.
The estimated speed of the object was 500 mph. There was a cloud layer at 1200 feet and the object was below these clouds. The object had four white evenly spaced lights from one end to the other and was at an estimated 800 feet altitude at 500 feet ground distance away. No sound was heard. At 3:30 a.m. two Naval Air Cadets at Ellyson NAS, 100 miles east of Keesler AFB
sighted a ball of flame approximately 16 feet long from which two objects appeared to emerge. Earlier Brookley AFB received a UFO report but the report was classified. 1 RECORD CARD 2 Teletype / UFO REPORT 3 Continued 4 Continued 5 Keesler AFB Weather Observation Tower 6 Message FROM: FTD WPAFB 7 Conversation of Dr J Allen Hynek and A2C Corum 8 Description of sighting 9 Case carried as UNIDENTIFIED