Delbert C. Newhouse was a U.S. Navy Warrant Officer and Chief Photographer.
Newhouse, his wife and their two children were driving along the highway, nine kilometres (six miles) from Tremonton, Utah when his wife noticed several objects in the sky that she could not identify.
Delbert C.Newhouse (left)
The Newhouse UFO film segment from the film, “U.F.O.”, 1956:
“Included in this video is a rehearsed but accurate interview with Delbert Newhouse regarding the filming. Also included is a summary of the original conclusions of the Photo Reconnaissance Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the U.S. Navy Photo Interpretation Center as well as some breakdown analysis of the footage.”
"U.F.O." REVISITED by Robert Barrow (1976):
"Warrant Officer (United States):
Warrant officers are highly skilled, single-track specialty officers, and while the ranks are authorized by Congress, each branch of the Uniformed Services selects, manages, and utilizes warrant officers in slightly different ways."
Freeze-frame from the Delbert C. Newhouse UFO film