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Date: Summer, 1945
Location: Aleutian Islands
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Summary: Aboard the US attack transport “Delarof,” 14 sailors saw a dark sphere rise out of the ocean, follow a curved trajectory, and fly away after circling their ship. (Magonia #54, Evidence 30) An official report on the incident was sent to Washington.
Source: NICAP UFO Evidence, 1964, Hall, IV


Date: Summer, 1945
Location: Okinawa, Pacific
Time: 11:00 am.
Summary: Naval officer witnessed strange event on radar.  E. L. Wells, then Lt. J.G. aboard the escort aircraft carrier Salamaua (CVE-96), was interceptor officer. While south of Okinawa he and his group were disturbed by the appearance of a “blip” on the screen that appeared to be traveling toward them at a terrific rate of speed. They were unable to distinguish any shape, but the object was estimated to be traveling at about 1,000 miles an hour, moving on a course of zero one zero, coming in from the direction of Formosa and traveling toward Japan. At that time they feared it was a Baka bomb, but it was apparently moving too fast. They braced themselves and waited for it to hit. Then, after tracking it to just a few miles from the ship, as the radar made another sweep, they lost it.
Source: Rullan


Date: Summer, 1945
Location: Taganrog Bay, Sea of Azov, Rostov region, Russia
Time: Daytime
Summary: 9-year old boy was alone fishing for his family’s meal and was about to return home when he watched a “giant plate” descend from the sky. The saucer smashed into the water causing a strong impact and creating a fountain of water spray all around the witness, which totally soaked him. The plate was about 5 meters in diameter; its hull was metallic reflecting the rays of the sun. Incredibly the witness felt no fear. The disc had descended on a sandbar, slightly covered by water only several meters from which the boy had been fishing. Suddenly, bubbles appeared around the disc and a “man” came out from the disc. The man was dressed in a silvery overall. He “jumped” from the top of the disc and approached the witness. He stopped at about 6 meters from the boy. His head was completely hidden under a non-transparent, oval-shaped helmet, and he had something resembling a large “can” behind his shoulders made of a dark-toned material resemblingtinted glass. There was some communication (see full report) and then the “man” bade goodbye and climbed into the disc and vanished inside. The object rose up, hovered briefly, submerged into the water like a submarine. At this point the witness took his bucket and went home.
Source: Rullan


JackLeMonde1Date: June, 1945
Location: Burbank, California
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Summary: Well known photo of “Jack LeMonde” (pseudonym) on horseback with a tall-turreted saucer over the horse’s neck. Not a hoax, but almost certainly a simple misidentification of a street lamp per this site (in French) http://rr0.org/Dossier/1945_LeMonde/ which includes some telling photos. Credit: Jerome Beau and his RRO.org website, as pointed out on UFO Updates.

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Date: June-July 1945
Location: area of Japan
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Summary: The 9th Bomb Group located on Tinian Island. “During our night missions in June and July a UFO phenomenon was reported. Our air crews started sighting balls of fire, i.e., glowing objects about the size of a full moon which flew around in the vicinity of our flying patterns over Japan. One of our crews reported that one of the objects followed their airplane half way to Iwo Jima. I saw them on two missions. I don’t remember any reports of any hostile action by these objects and the reports of sightings stopped after a couple of months. The object of these reports was dismissed by some experts as the planet Venus. And, after these reports started coming in, some crews did mistake the rising full moon as one of these balls of fire. Some reports speculated that these balls of fire were exhausts from a Japanese development called a Baka Bomb, but exhaust flames can only be seen from the rear; and these objects appeared to have the same size and intensity in whatever direction they were traveling. I have never heard of any official assessment as to what these objects were. I had an occasion to ask General LeMay about them several years after the war and he had no explanation. I am sure that what I saw was neither Venus nor the moon nor a Baka Bomb; hence, for me, they were UFOs.
Source: http://www.9thbombgrouphistory.org/Chapters/Chapter_03.pdf  Page 27-28


Date: June 18, 1945
Location: Japan
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Summary: A fluctuating light round in shape that changed from bright red, to dim orange
Source: Page 180 Ref.1


Date: June 19, 1945
Location: Japan
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Summary:
Source: B-29 followed by strong white light.


Date: June 19, 1945
Location: Fukuoka, Japan
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Summary: One bright ball of fire; no fuselage or any wings.
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