Wednesday, 5 April 2017

30th Air Division’s Official History Excerpts:
“30th Air Division UFO Reports”

(30th Air Division, U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.)

Source: PROJECT 1947

Quote from the UFO report:
“The 30th Air Division, active from 1949 until 1968, was originally based at Selfridge Air Force Base, Michigan.  The station then moved to Willow Run Airport (later Willow Run Air Force Station), Michigan, on 7 April, 1952, before transferring to Truax Field, Wisconsin.  The Division was finally declared inactive at Sioux City Municipal Airport, Iowa, on 18 September, 1968.

Assigned to the Air Defense Command (ADC) for most of its existence, the 30th’s initial mission was the equipping, administering, training, and provisioning of operationally ready forces to the appropriate commanders for the air defense of upper Great Lakes area of the United States. Their Area of Operation included maintaining air defenses above the closely guarded AEC nuclear facilities at the Oak Ridge plant, Tennessee.

The following UFO reports are excerpted from the 30th Air Division’s Official History between 1950 and 1952.”

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