Advanced Aerial Devices Reported During the Korean War by Richard F. Haines

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One from Korea and the second from North Korea. Both were classified as being BALLOONS. Following is information concerning Air Intelligence Information Report No. 52-276 dated 20 October 1952. It took place soon after sunrise. Page 55 "On the morning of 16 October 1952, Lt. Hooper, Instructor Pilot and Lt. O'Neill, Pilot, were flying a combat mission in a T-6 aircraft (Figure 10) over the eastern sector of the main line of resistance. At 0650I, Lt. Hooper was flying the aircraft on a magnetic heading of 280 degrees, 140 miles per hour indicated air speed, 6,000 feet indicated altitude.

Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies, Chicago, Illinois could not identify it. 5. The ceiling in the shopping mall where this interview took place was approximately 25 to 30 feet above the floor. Even for a very low muzzle velocity (say 900 fps), his estimate of 1 to 2 seconds duration from when his M-l fired to when he heard the projectile strike the object is clearly too long. Is it possible that he only heard the echo of his own rifle firing from the surface of the object? 6. It is unlikely that the light ray that was emitted from this object was the cause of his (much later) symptoms of his memory loss.

Lt. O'Neill stated that at first he thought the object was a jet or liaison type aircraft, but upon further observation it did not appear to have any aerodynamic features. Both observers concurred in the statement that the object was perfectly circular in shape and metallic silver in color with no protrusions Page 56 of any type. Both observers stated that the object did not appear to have any visible means of propulsion and no vapor trails or smoke were apparent. The estimated size was 25 feet in diameter, by comparison with the 37 foot wing span of a T-6 aircraft at the same distance.

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