Sunday, 10 April 2016

UFO News Article:

16 April 1959
(The Ottawa Citizen, Canada)

Quote from the article:
“Farmer George Dart, 58, said he saw a flying saucer ‘built for two’ flying over his farm at nearby Agincourt two weeks ago.

He spoke of the sighting after air force authorities at Montreal announced Monday an unidentified flying object was seen over Canada’s key defence establishment near the city Sunday night.”,135444

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UFO news article:
“Disk Reports Keep Defense Center Busy”

2 August 1952
(Spokane Daily Chronicle, Washington)

The article reports on the UFO investigation work of the Air Defense Command (headquartered at Ent Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado):

Wikipedia article: “Aerospace Defense Command”:

Quote from the Wikipedia article:
“Aerospace Defense Command was a major command of the United States Air Forces, responsible for continental air defence. It was activated in 1968 and disbanded in 1980. Its predecessor, Air Defense Command, was established in 1946, briefly inactivated in 1950, reactivated in 1951, and then redesignated Aerospace rather than Air in 1968. Its mission was to provide air defense of the Continental United States (CONUS). It directly controlled all active measures, and was tasked to coordinate all passive means of air defense.”

Wikipedia article: “Ent Air Force Base”:

The logo of Air Defense Command (ADC)
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Air Defense Command map (1966) shows the ADC’s Air Divisions
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UFO news article:
“People Still Seeing ‘Flying Saucers’ ”

30 April 1964
(The Gadsden Times, Alabama)

The article reports on the U.S. Air Force’s Project Blue Book.

Quote from the article:
“Last year there were 382 UFO reports and only 15 are still listed as unidentified.

These included ‘two objects described as an ear of corn and a banana (which) performed a series of maneuvers near Vandalia, Ohio’ last Sept. 15.”,3320103

Aerial view of James M. Cox Dayton International Airport, Vandalia, Ohio (north of Dayton, Ohio) ( 
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Satellite photo  of Vandalia, Ohio (
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