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TO JEpiiQ/DIHECTOS OF INTELLIGENCE HO. U5AF WASH 25 DC 

JEDWP/AI2 TECHINCAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER WRIGHT -PATTERS CM A>'B OHIO 

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Ci) TWO ROUND CIRCULAR OBJECXsV VERY FAST SPEED. APPEARED TO BE A 



’JHIT.E FIJV2Y LIGHT. MO SOUND. 

(2) lHk7 FDT CIJA 19 AUG 1952 CHA OBSERVED FOR 10 SECONDS 
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(G) LOCATION WAS UL-A513. OBSERVER 



S LOCATED APPROXIMATELY 2 MILES 



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IV. BALLOON DATA 





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location 



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I ja. kvaluation of source* 



V. KVALUATION 



ee. DETAILS OF )lEP0KCt 



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CD l^xtronaly Doubtful 
CD Hoax 



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, STNAL EVALUATION* 



CDV/aa Balloon 
CD Probably Balloon 
CllPoiisibly Balloon 



LDV/aa Aircraft 
I 1 f*robably Aircraft 
I 1 Poaalbly Aircraft 



ATXC“fuat Ponu (U Aug !>L 



CD V»a3 Aatrorionlcal 
CD l^obably A ; p.omlcal 
CD Poaalbly A; 4 . .-iiccDcal 

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AIR TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER 
WRIGHT'PATTERSON air force base 

OHIO 







Tour yoowt report of lyidja'datiflod a'srial Ixaj fc h^ii 

vooalvad by tha idr 7:»a'atdoal Intalliganoa Cani^jr, Liolosed Is a 

vA&loh, Khon oorapleted by you j'i\d rotumad in 
IncloaiMly £talf-addra03Qd eir/elopa^ will old in nt.uidardl^iin^ ibd 
data txcd W.111 provide a completa roaord of tbe occrurranua. 

Your intorsst in roportlng tha natter eaod your publto ijpirltuti 
desire to ba of sarvioe aro greatly appreoiatad. 



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Air Adjutant General 












HOB SHT E , KENNEDY 





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OBnERVEns QUESTIOMiminE 



SECTIOIT A 



1, llhen did you r.eo the object: 



1«1 Date: . 

Day Uonth Year 



1.2 Time of Day: 



Hrs. 



A.Ni or P.H, (circle 

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1*3 Tims Zone: (Circle One): 

a. Eastern 

b. Central 

c. Ilountain 



d. Pacific 

e. Other 



(Circle One): 



b* 



rayli^ht Saving 
Standard 




l.U Circle one of the follovang to indicate hon certain you arc of 
your answer to t'a-3 above question 1.2: 



• a. Certain 

t. 

b. Fairly certain 



c. I!ot very cure 

d. Juefc a guess 



2* \Jhere vraro you rrhon you son the object: 



X 



Por.t'ii /Arid rose 



City or Town 



S ta be 



Country 



A c* Ciitional Remark s : 



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3* \/hore were you located when you saw the object: 



(Circle One): a. 

b. 



Inside a building 
In a car 
Outdoors 



d. In an airplane 
c. At cea 
f. Other 



3*1 IJcre you: 



(Circle One); a. 

b. 

c. 

d. 

c. 

f, 

g* 



In the bpisiness section of a city? 

In the resicVjntial section of a city? 
In open countryside? 
i lying near an airfield? 

Fl’jdng over a city? 

Fijung ovor open country? 

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How did you happen to notice the object? 



5* IJhen did you report to some official that you had seen the object? 



Day 



Month 



Year 



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6* VJhat vicre you doing at the time you saw the object? 



6.1 VJhat had you been doing for the 30 mlnutos before you saw the object? 
Try to list the activity or activities and the appro:dmate amount 
of time spent on each. 






7* Were you moving at any time uhile you savr the object? (Circle One) 



Yes 



or 



IF you answered YES j then complete the follot’iing questions: 
1 What direction were 

(Circle One): 



you moving? 






a. North 


e. 


South 


b. ?Iortheast 


f. 


Southtrest 


c. East 


B- 


West 


d. Southeast 


h. 


Northwest 



7.2 Hovt fast were you moving? 



miles per hour. 



7.3 Did you stop at any time wliile you were looldng at the object? 



(Circle One); Yes 



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i:o 



V.Tiat direction 


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re you looking “^Then you 


first 


saw the o’ 


(Circle One); 


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North 


e. 


South 




b. 


ilorthcact 


f. 


Sou th’i.'e st 




c • 


East 


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d. 


Southeast 


h. 


Northwest 




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8.1 iJhat cU recti on viere you looking uhen tho object dip appeared? 
(Circle One): a* Worth e. South 



a* 


Worth 


e. 


South 


b* 


Northeast 


f. 


Southwest 


c. 


East 


E* 


West 


d* 


Southeast 


h. 


Northwest 



8.2 Circle one oT tho folloiang to indicate how certain you are of 

^ur 'answer to the above question and preceding question (0 and 

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a. Ccx’tain 

b. Fairly certain 



c. Wot veiy pure 

d. Just a (cuess 



9« V/ci'e you xjearing eye glasses vjhen you caw the object? (Circle One): 



Yes 



or 



Wo 



10. How was the object seen? 



(Circle One): 



b. 

c. 

d. 



Through vdndov: glass 
Through -viindshield 
Through binoculars 
Through telescope 



e. Thi'ough theodolite 
f* Through sunglasses 
g* Through open space 
h« Other 



11. VJhat do you romeniber about the weather conditions at the tiue you nat-T the 
object? 



11. 1 CLOyDS (Circle One) 



11.3 HEATHER (Circle One) 



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. a. 


Clear r.ky 


3* 


Dry 


b. 


Hazy 


b« 


Fog, iiist, or light rain 


c • 


Scattered clouds 


c. 


Ko derate or heavy rain 


d. 


Thick or heavy clouds 


d. 


Snow 


c. 


Don't rcrn.ember 


c. 


Don't rep.ember 


WII'JD (Circle One) 


11. U TK1PEKA1URE (Circle One) 


a. 


Wo vdnd 


Cl* 


Cold 


•b. 


Slight breeze 


b. 


Cool 


c. 


Strong wind 


c. 


Wn'jcn 


d« 


Don ' t rafiei.'ber 


d. 


Hot 






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Don't remember 



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12. Estiiaate how long you saw the object? 



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12*1 Circle one of tho folloT/inf; to indicate hov/ certain you are of your 

answer to Question 12: 

^ a. Certain c. Hot very sure 

b* Fairly sure dt Just a guess 

13 • Did the object look: (Circle One) Solid * or Transp irent 

lli* Did the object at any time: 

(Circle One for each question) 



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Change direction? 


Yes 


Mo 


Don ' t 


know 


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Change speed? 


Yes 


Wo 


Don't 


lOiOW 


Hi. 3 


Change size? 


Ves 


Ho 


Don ' t 


know 


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Change color? 


Yes 


iCo 


Don ’ t 


know 


Hi .5 


Break up into parts or 
explode? 


Yes 


Mo 


Don ’ t 


know 


Hi. 6 


Give off smoke? 


Yes 




Don't know 


liu7 


Change brightness? 


Yes 


, ho 


Don't 


Icnovr 


Hi.8 


Flicker, throb, or 
pulsate? 


Yes 




Don't 


kriovr 


Hi. 9 


Remain motionless? 


Yes 


No 


Don't 


know 



15* Did the object give off a light? (Circle One): Yes Mo Don’t know 

15»1 IF you answered YES, what iras the color of the light? 

l6. Toll in a few vxjrds the following things about the object? 

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16*1 Sound ’ . ■ < 



16 • 2 Color 



17 • IF there was MORE THAI! OMS object, then how many were there? ■ 

Draw a picture of how they v;ore arranged and put an arrow to show the 
direction they were traveling. 



18. Did the object at any time: 

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iS.l Hove behind somethin^^ (Circle One) Yes Mo Don’t V:now 



IF you answered YES, then tell v;hat it moved behind. 



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18.2 Kevn in front of so.^’ething? 



(Circle One) Yea 




Pon 



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IF you anov/erod YES, then tell v^hat it riovocl in front of. 



18.3 Blond vjith the background? 

19. llhich of the follovri.ng objects is 
you saw? ( Ci rclo One ) ; 

a. Pen 

b. Baseball 

c. Basketball 

d. Bicycle wheel 

e. Office desk 

19*1 Circle one of the follo’.dng 

answer to Question 19# 

n. Certain 

b . Fai rly c or tnl n 



(Ciiclo One) Yns I’o Don* t know 

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about the sane actual sir.o as the object 

f. AutoHiObilQ 

g. Snail airplane 

h. Large airplane 

i. Dirigible 

j. Other 

to indicate hovr certain yuu are of your 

c. Hot very sure 

d. Uncertain 



20. Try to tell the Xollovdng things about the object: 



20.1 How ItLgh above the earth was it? feet. 

20.2 How far was it from you? feet or nilos. 

20.3 Hovj fast was it going? miles per hour. 

20, U Circle one of the follovriLng to indicate how certain you are of your 

ansi.’er to the above questions: 

a# Certain c. Hot very sure 

b. Fairly certain d. Just a guess 

21. Hoir did the object disappear from vievj? 



(Circle One); a. Suddenly 

b. Gracia dLly 



c. Other 

d. Don*t rciasnbar 



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22# In the follovring slcctch, imagine your eye 
on the curved line to show how hi;_,h the 
(skyline) when you first sa:r it# Place 



at the point shown* Place an 'bV' 
object tv’Tis above tlie hox’i?.on 
a "D" to show \here it ms ifhon 




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23* In the follovan^j sketch place on "A" at the position the object xras i;hon 
you f j rst si'.vi it, fuid a "B" at its position T-jhen you last cair it. 



Overhead 




Korison 



2h* Dravj a picture that vdll shovr the motion that the object made. Place an 
"A" at the beginiiing of its path and a "B'* at the end of its path. 



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in your sketch any details of the object tiiat you saw and plr,ce an arrow 
beside the drawing to shovr the direction the object vias mo''/ing. 






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SFCTIOH E 

26 , Man this the first txTiie that you have seen an object like thif;? 
(Circle One)! Yes or No 



26*1 IF you anewared^, then when, where, and under v;hat conditions did 

you see other ones? 






27* In your opinion viViat do you tVdnk the object ms and what Mir;ht have caused 
it? 



20# Give the follovdnn infornation about yourself: 



NAME 




Last iTame 



ADDREeS 



TELEPHOIIE NU:-I3?:R 



VJliat is your present job? 

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irsb r.'ame 




Kiddle ilane 




Zone 



State 



Sex 



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as anyone 



else with you at the time you saw the object? 



(Circle One); Yes or 



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29*1 IF you answered YES , did they see the object too? 
(Circle One): Yes or j!o 



29*2 Please list their names and addresses: