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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
11 Sept 51 1330 Ft. Monmouth, N.J. Radar Return (See Appendix VI) Several Minutes None Slow 6000' Unknown Radar Operator See Appendix VI
12 Sept 51 0130 Cincinnati, Ohio Dark bullet shaped object about the same size as a B-29. Red glow in front, white vapour at tail. 10 Sec. None High 20,000' 315░ One man, background unknown No investigation
17 Sept 1217 Marion, Ohio Pilot of Cessna reported that he almost collided with a black, high tailed swept wing aircraft. Few Sec. None High 2600' 50░ Private pilot Probably friendly conventional a/c
18 Sept 51 0435
0531
Great Lakes Region Air Defense Command radar stations tracked fast moving objects across Michigan and Wisconsin. Approx. 1 Hr. None High Unknown Varied ADC Radar Believed to be due to weather phenomena
23 Sept 51 1210 March AFB, Cal. Object sighted over Long Beach. Four F-86 scranbled and sighted object over Muroc. Intercept [failed] due to low altitude of object. Orbitted March AFB at 55,000' (See Appendix VII.) Unknown None Unknown 55,000' Varied F-86 pilots and ground observers See Appendix VII
30 Sept 51 1500 Orange, Va. Circular object which was sometimes encircled by a brownish haze. Unknown None Stationary Low None Airman No investigation
1 Oct 51 0415 Webster, Texas Brilliant white light at low altitude. Was generally stationary. 2 Hrs. None Stationary Low None airman No investigation
2 Oct 51 1915
and 2100
White Sands, New Mexico Various "Fireball Type" objects were observed. Seconds None High High Varied Employees No investigation
2 Oct 51 1800 Columbus, Ohio Bright circular object 15 Sec. None High Unknown 270░ Graduate Physicist No investigation. Very possibly balloon.
9 Oct 51 1342 Terre Haute, Indiana Round, silver colored object passed over airport at high speed (See Appendix VIII). 15 Sec. None Very high Unknown 135░ CAA Chief Aircraft Communicator See Appendix VIII
9 Oct 51 1345 Paris, Ill. Round, silved colored object seen by private pilot (See Appendix IX). Unknown None Very high 5000' 45░ Private pilot See Appendix IX
11 Oct 51 0630 Minneapolise, Minn. Round silver object seen by pilots tracking a balloon and by ground observer team (See Appendix X). Several Minutes None High High Unknown Balloon observers See Appendix X
14 Oct 51 Unknown Lowell, Mass. "Glittering object" Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Two children No investigation
16 Oct 51 1101 McChord AFB, Wash. Medium gray, round object. First sighted by theodolite crew, Intercept by four F-94's was unsuccessful. 50 Min. None Great High 270░ AF and Navy personnel Proved to be Venus
19 Oct 51 Unknown Lenoir City, Tenn. "Strange object" Unknown Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Letter from civilian No investigation
21 Oct 51 1250 Battle Creek, Mich. Disc-shaped object 30' - 40' in diameter. Pilot in Navion met object head on. Object was disk-shaped with highly polished surface. Several seconds None High 3000' 85░ Civilian pilot, 14 yrs experience Pending
22 Oct 51 1120 N. Truro, Mass. Radar return - unidentified object. 4 Min. None 2070 mph Unknown 135░ Radar operator Indications of radar phenomena due to weather.
7 Nov 51 0715 San Antonio, Texas Unknown, high flying object reflecting sun's rays. This incident took place at the same time a large meteor was seen in other parts of the S.W. The description is different, however, as none of the meteors looked like high flying aircraft. 2 sec. None Very high Very high 90░ City detective No investigation

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