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Chronology of Crash/Retrieval Events


Artist's conception of a UFO crash/retrieval.


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A Case Study

1941: Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

World War II: England. Crashed craft. Source: military officer. (Status Report II - Case A-1, Comment)

1947: Near Roswell, New Mexico. Fragments of apparent crashed craft observed by Air Force officer. (Status Report II - Case A-10)

1948: Crashed craft plus bodies, reported by newspaper columnist. (Possible Hoax)

1950: Mexico, near Del Rio, Texas. Air Force officer observed crashed craft and one body. (Status Report II - Item B-7)

1950: California. Air crewman observed craft in Navy hangar. (Status Report II - Item B-5)

1952: New Mexico. Former Air Force radar specialist learned of crashed craft and bodies. (Status Report II - Case A-9)

1952: Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Military officer, now retired, saw one body. Saw movie film of craft. UFO files at NORAD, Colorado Springs, Colorado (see also Status Report II - Item B-3). (Status Report II - Case A-4)

1953: Johannesburg, S. Africa, retrieval. (Status Report II - Case A-6)

1953: Arizona: Military officer saw three bodies, one female, at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, learned of crashed craft in Arizona. (Status Report II - Case A-1)

1953: Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Technician reported presence of 13 bodies, saw written report confirming it. Learned two craft were at Langley AFB, Virginia. (Item B-6)

1953: Desert area. Movie film of crashed craft and three bodies seen by former Air Force officer, a former Air Force radar specialist, a former Army radar specialist, and (about 1956) by a former Air Force officer. (Status Report II - Case A-9)

1957: Southwest United States. Former Air Force Sergeant learned from General about crashed craft and four bodies, craft shipped by rail to Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. (Status Report II - Case A-5)

1962: New Mexico. Crashed craft, two bodies, head band "communicator". Source: Bob Barry, allegedly from CIA contact. (Status Report II - Case A-6)

1964: Ft. Riley, Kansas. Crashed craft reported by enlisted man on guard duty, confirmed by separate source. (Status Report II - Case A-8)

1965: Near Kecksburg, Pennsylvania. Crashed craft. Source: Clark McClelland, NASA employee. (Status Report II - Item B-1)

1966: Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Nine bodies observed by former Army Intelligence officer, now a businessman. Learned there were 30 bodies plus crashed craft. Cited five crashes during 1960's and secret computer files on UFOs. (Status Report II - Case A-3)

1968: Nellis AFB, Nevada. Former Air Force Sergeant described Top Secret report on a UFO landing and encounter with humanoids during which Colonel was paralyzed and weapons were "jammed," learned from Air Force General. (Status Report II - Case A-5)

1973: Location not stated. Air Policeman observed three bodies. (Status Report II - Case A-2)

1975: Michigan. Crashed craft. (Status Report II - Item B-4)

1977: Ohio. Violent encounter reported between UFO humanoids and U.S. Military forces. (Item B-13)

1978: Argentina. Object crashed in mountains, report of U.S. Air Force retrieval. (Status Report II - Item B-8)

1986: The Dalnegorsk UFO Crash (also known as the Height 611 UFO incident).

1989: South Africa.
 
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