|Other Military Sightings|
|Date & Location||Witnesses||Description|
Todt, now Los Angeles
columnist, other officers
|Pulsating red object approached front lines, hovered, moved away.|
J.B. Douglas, Jr., 489th
|Brilliant light source observed moving across sky for 45 minutes.|
Herbert W. Taylor, USAR
sound heard; saucer-shaped object descended, hovered,
swayed back and forth; later sped away.
Clayton J. Boddy, USA (Ret.),
Army Engineers; dozens of others
"saucer-like discs" cavorted around the sky, hovered, moved with
sudden bursts of speed.
|M/Sgt Billy J. Woodruff, others||Two
separate sightings; one of a disc which accelerated rapidly.
Nr. La Sal, Utah
|LtCol Samuel E. Craig, USAR||Round
blue-green UFO viewed below observers' altitude moving at
Ft. Devens, Mass.
|First Army Intelligence Report||Eight
round "unconventional objects" observed, one UFO oscillating
up and down. (See above)
White Sands, N.M.
UFO descended slowly, brightened and appeared to land.
[Section XII; Nov. 1957 Chronology]
White Sands, N.M.
Army Jeep Patrol,
UFO took off at 45 degree angle, pulsating. [Section
Nov. 1957 Chronology]
|Navy & Marine Corps|
|March 1945||U.S.A.T. Delarof (attack transport)||Dark sphere observed rising out of ocean, circled, flew away.|
(j.g.) Andrew A. Titcomb,
Gunnery and Radar Officer
|Elliptical UFO banked overhead. [Section I.]|
White Sands, N.M.
|C.J. Zohn, Naval rocket expert||Silvery
disc observed moving northward at estimated 10,000 feet.
|Cmdr. L.H. Witherspoon||Disc-like UFO flashed over airport.|
|Cmdr. M.B. Taylor, pilot||Disc maneuvered over air show.|
Key West, Fla.
ground observers, radat at
Naval air station
glowing objects streaked over field at height too great for pur-
suit. (From USAF intelligence report).
|C.P.O. Charley Lewis||Oblong
disc approached B-36, followed under it briefly, sped away
at 45 degree angle.
Nr. Daggett, Calif.
|Navy transport pilot and crew||Cigar-shaped
object maneuvered above desert, also seen by airline
Nr. Osceola, Ark.
(j.g.) J.W. Martin, pilot; enlisted
pilot R.E. Moore
|Domed disc crossed path of Navy planes, confirmed by radar.|
|Fleet radar sighting||UFO
circled fleet, paced aircraft, departed at over 1000 mph.
[Section VIII; Radar]
Mitchel AFB, N.Y.
|Navy TBM pilot||Chased
dome-shaped UFO which turned, accelerated, pulled away.
Cmdr. John D. Williams
|Domed disc, made sharp turns, "unbelievable" speeds.|
Nr. Tremonton, Utah
Delbert C. Newhouse, aviation
of 12-14 maneuvering discs; 16 mm. Color movies obtained.
[Section Viii; photographs]
of carrier-based attack
UFO swooped down, hovered over flight; sped away
|Lt. Ed Balocco, USMC pilot||Rocket-like
object chased in jet for 3-4 minutes; white with red
glow at rear.
|Lt. (j.g.); FG-1D pilot||UFO
sped under plane, pulled up, climbed out of sight. (cf.,
V; July 4-5, 1961)
broke this date that red-lighted UFOs had hovered, maneuv-
ered over base for past six nights.
|Capt. Don Holland, USMC, pilot||Round
UFO descended, hoverer at about 3000 feet; pilot banked to
attempt gun camera photos, UFO sped away. (Report verified by
Gen. William G. Manly, USMC).
Nr. Dallas, Texas
|Maj. Charles Scarborough, USMC||Sixteen UFOs in groups, evaded pursuit by jets.|
A. Potter, Marine Corps
of about seven discs, moved with side-to-side oscillation.
Washington, D. C.
|Cmdr.; pilot, missile expert||Disc with illuminated dome on top paced aircraft.|
Nr. Jacksonville, Fla
|Navy jet pilots, others||Dogfight with round, orange-red UFO; confirmed on radar.|
Senior pilot; other flight
crews as passengers
|Large disc climbed up to R7V-2, paced it, pulled away.|
Woodland Hills, Calif.
S. Allison, Chief Aviation
|Disc-shaped UFO hovered, rocked back and forth, ascended rapidly.|
Nr. Ridgecrest. Calif.
Guerrero, electronics mechanic,
U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station,
round lights, apparently oscillating discs, maneuvered SW of
Key West Florida
|Two enlisted men (names on file)||Star-like
UFO slowed, joined by second at high speed; two objects
New Iberia, La.
Report (certified by
NICAP Director & Ass't Director)
|Discs buzzed Naval Air Station.|