posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 02:49 AM
Page 1: Not legible.
Page 2: A brief report of the incident which occured on February 17, 1952. Personnel flying in a B-29 aircraft in a southeasterly direction witnessed
an Unidentified Flying Object Aerial Phenomena.
Document uses some text and numerical code while sending the report to noteworthy places such as:
- Air Defense Command (ADC) at Ent AFB, Colorado
- Chief Air Tech Intel Center Wright-Patterson, Ohio
- HQ USAF
- Air Defense (ASD) FT Worth, Texas
- Offutt AFB, Nebraska
Page 3: Aircraft Commander, the instructor pilot, and the bombardier all visually sighted a ball of greenish blue light approximately three feet in
diameter, approximately one mile ahead of aircraft at about 15,000 feet altitude. Object appeared to be traveling southeast.
Object had straight line trajectory and was only visible for 2 seconds. Observers stated it did not appear to be a meteor and did not have streamers.
Crew of aircraft have extensive flight experience and all observed the object in the nose section of aircraft. Afterwards, craft let down at Walker
Page 4: Chief of Staff, United States Air Force (CSAF) sends security report to ATIAA (Air Technical Intelligence) regarding the sighting. Gives the
sighting details once more.
Page 5: End of report to ATIAA. Not much info.
Page 6: Extract from Status Report #4
Date: 17 Feb 52
Location: Roswell NM
Length of Time Observed: 2 seconds
Heading: 135 deg
Source: B-29 crew members
Action/Comments: Green Fireball Phenomena. No conclusions
Description of Incident: Greenish-blue ball of fire was observed by a B-29 crew