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Other UFO testimony about the removal of Naval logbooks / Do not discuss:
USS Waldron,1968-Near Puerto Rico:
They were tracking two bright lights, that didn’t answer up to IFF – they weren’t enemy, friend, foe or commercial aircraft. And were flying at
speeds in excess of 400 knots and making turns at right angles. Nothing we knew of could do this but they did.
We were on an operation called Racer Run near Puerto Rico. Ship officials supposedly logged a report to Washington but we never heard anymore about
I’ve told several people about this and many acted as if I had 3 heads, but I have witnesses and evidence: there were about 20 in the 2 bridge
watch sections, the combat watch sections (CIC), the ships log and the report sent to Washington.
Captain of Navy R5D aircraft,February 8,1951:
Crew members and passengers witnessed UFO emerging from the Atlantic ocean:
When we landed at Argentia (Newfoundland), we were met by intelligence officers. The types of questions they asked us were like Henry Ford asking
about the Model T.
You got the feeling that they were putting words in your mouth.
It was obvious that there had been many sightings in the same area, and most of the observers did not let the cat out of the bag openly. When we
arrived in the United States, we had to make a full report to Navy Intelligence..
I found out a few months later that Gander radar did track the object in excess of 1800 mph”.
Submarine repair ship ‘The Volga’ ,October 7, 1977.
“Were such reports made public?”
Azhazha shook his head no. “At the time, naturally, they were classified top secret. Now we have a more open attitude in this country. We are able to
talk about such things. On a few rare occasions I did publish some UFO information, but I paid for it under Leonid Brezhnev.The official reaction
was very harsh, very negative. My career suffered as a result, and the directorship of a scientific group was taken away from me.”
Carrier USS Kearsarge:
The cameraman was able to get some photos, not sure how many, before they all took off almost straight up and out of sight.
The cameraman turned the film into to his superior officer and was told to not ever mention it. My dad said he and his friend were asked about the
incident by their NCO and also told not to ever talk about it.
The F-14 went to full afterburner right off the deck, pulling a rooster-tail7 behind it. It rattled the ship severely as it went by. This USO thing
pulled easily ahead of the jet, crossed the horizon in seconds while underwater… no visible wake. It just… I mean this thing was FAST. Well, we
just stood there. Wow, you know… what do ya say. We speculated about what it was. Guam told us it was a classified matter not to be reported or
All of a sudden I lost Sonar Contact like it was never there, but CIC still had it at last bearing with an abrupt positive altitude change. The
chatter was look at the size of that thing. I went outside through the sonar door on the Port Side and visually saw a large moonlike shape that flew
upward over the ship at a 60 degree angle and disappeared into the sky in seconds. I heard no noise from the object when it went over us. I saw a full
moon that night on the other side of the ship, but it remained fairly constant give or take a few ship rolls.
When we pulled into port a few weeks later, all records in the Bridge, CIC, and Sonar logs about that time were torn out. Whoever tore them out
made one error, the pen imprint on the next page was still there. No one spoke of the incident again
Feb 1963 Royal Navy North Atlantic Fleet:
After Tom witnessed the senior officer enter the UFO observations in the radar log book, their shift ended. Radar room personnel on the early morning
watch ate breakfast and then turned in. Probably sometime between 1200 and 1300, Tom said he was awakened and ordered to report to the ward room,
along with the five radar and sonar operators on his shift that morning.
The senior officer proceeded to go over the events of that morning, asking questions about the radar-sonar observations.He told the six men that
their conversations were being taped and explained that until more was known about the unknown target, they were to remain silent about what they had
seen. “Gentlemen,” the officer said, “we will remember that we have all signed the Official Secrets Act (or words to that effect).” Although there
were no threats, the implication was clear that to divulge anything to anyone concerning the tracking of the UFO would be considered a breach of
I asked Tom if the meeting might have been part of a general order carried out on other ships in the fleet as well in connection with the UFO
incident. He responded that he didn’t know if it was or not.
The witness recollected that he was in the ward room about 10 minutes. He said he never heard anything further about the unknown target.
When Preston came on duty once again at 2400 hours, he said he was surprised to discover that a “spanking new book” had replaced the radar log used
the previous morning.
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