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PROJECT GRUDGE SPECIAL REPORT NR.1:

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DATE TIME
(Local)
LOCATION DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT LENGTH
OF TIME
OBSERVED
SOUND SPEED ALTITUDE HEADING SOURCE ACTION
OR
COMMENT
25 Aug 51 2110 Lubbock, Texas Group of lights that have been seen on many occasions (See Appendix I) 4 Sec. None 30░ arc/sec Unknown 180░ Varied See Appendix I
25 Aug 51 2158 Albuquerque, N. Mex. Dark flying wing type aircraft with about 1 1/2 times the wing span of a B-36 (See Appendix II). 30 Sec. None 300-400 mph 1000' 160░ Sandia Base guard and wife See Appendix II
26 Aug 51 0118 Ellington AFB, Texas Bright yellow light making a zig-zag course the the sky. Unknown None High High 360░ Three airmen No investigation
26 Aug 51 0300 Ellington AFB, Texas Erratic yellow light 1 hour plus None Slow High Varied Airman and WAF Very probably a weather balloon
26 Aug 51 0828 Larson AFB, Wash. Radar sighting - Aircraft were scrambled but failed to make contact. Visual search results negative (See Appendix III) 8 Min. None 948 mph 13,000' 340░ AC & W Sqdrn See Appendix III
26 Aug 51 1658 San Antonio, Tex. Large object resembling a delta wing aircraft. 10 Sec. None Very high Very high 315░ Retired Army Officer No investigation
27 Aug 51 2000 Vandalia, Ill. Bright orange light seen from the ground and also from two aircraft (See Appendix IV). Unknown None High Unknown Varied Commercial pilots and ground observers See Appendix IV
29 Aug 51 1530 Grenier AFB, N.H. Two silvery objects connected by a dark unidentified body. First appeared to descend slowly, then rose and disappeared. Unknown None Slow 10,000' at lowest point None Four airmen No investigation - possibly balloon
31 Aug 51 1245 Matador, Texas Pear-shaped aluminum object seen to hover the area then left at high speed (See Appendix V) Several seconds None Hovering to high speed Low to High 90░ Two ladies See Appendix V
3 Sept 51 2220 Spokane, Wash. Bluish white light with fiery trail. About he size of an automobile headlight. Seconds None High Low 225░ AF Capt and wife Pending
6 Sept 51 1120 Claremont, Calif. Two groups of orange coloured objects were seen. Six objects were in the first group and one in the second. 3-4 Min None Unknown High 280░ Two airmen No ivestigation - possibly balloon
3 Sept 51 1400 Spokane, Wash. Three objects appeared out of the N.W. Appeared to be a disk when viewed through a monocular. 3-4 Min None Erratic Unknown 225░ AF Major Pending
8 Sept 51 1400 Spokane, Wash. Bluish white light about the size of an automobile headlight leaving a fiery trail. Seconds None High Low 225░ AF 1st Lt Pending
10 Sept 51 1110 Ft. Monmouth, N.J. Radar return - Fast moving, low flying target observed. (See Appendix VI) Several minutes None High Low 360░ Radar operator See Appendix VI
10 Sept 51 1135 Ft. Monmouth, N.J. Pilots in T-33 aircraft attempted to intercept an unknown object with negative results (See Appendix VI) 2 Min None High 8,000' Varied 180░ to 90░ Two AF Pilots See Appendix VI
Believed to be balloon
10 Sept 51 1515 Ft. Monmouth, N.J. Radar return - High, moving target observed. (See Appendix VI) Several minutes None Low 93,000' Unknown Radar operators Pending
10 Sept 51 2100 Goose AFB, Newfoundland Radar return - GCA radar observed two objects [?] the airfield. Several minutes None 140 mph 4,000' Varied GCA operators Pending
11 Sept 51 1050 Ft. Monmouth, N.J. Radar return - Two radar sets picked up high object (See Appendix VI) Several minutes None Slow 31,000' Unknown Radar operators See Appendix VI
Was Balloon


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