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Date: Mar. 1945
Location: Belfast, Maine
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Summary: A man out hunting observed an elongated object flying very slowly, tilted toward the earth. It crashed into some trees at the end of a clearing. The enormous craft seemed undamaged as it rested briefly on the ground, then lifted again with a humming sound, started to spin, released a shower of fine silvery threads, and rose straight up, disappearing in seconds.
Source: Magonia #53, FS May., 59


Date: Mar.1945
Location: New Mexico
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Summary: Object aluminum colored, 12 to 14 feet off ground, motionless, swept away like dragonfly.
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Date: Mar. 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: Mar. 3, 1945
Location: Misburg, Germany
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Summary: Two balloon-like silver balls.
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Date: Mar. 5, 1945
Location: Either Holland or Northern Germany
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Summary: Two sightings: (1) large orange ball hanging in air; (2) similar ball that was moving horizontally at same altitude.
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Date: Mar. 9, 1945
Location: North Friesian Islands
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Summary: Three lights; had the appearance of white flares dropped in air; called foo fighters.
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Date: Mar. 13, 1945
Location: Bologna, Italy
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Summary: Two sightings: (1) 100 hundred balls of orange fire; (2) two balls of  foo fire.
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Date: March (mid) 1945
Location: South Pacific
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Summary: Sailors and Marines on the Battleship U.S.S. New York near the Admiralty Islands saw through binoculars and radar detected an object hovering overhead at about 20,000 feet. It was silvery and very shiny. After about 30 minutes the captain ordered gunners to open fire, but shells could not reach the object. After a few more seconds the object climbed out of sight at a fantastic rate of speed and disappeared off of radar.
Source: Ref. 3; MUFON UFO Journal, No. 203, March 1985


Date: Mar. 18, 1945
Location: Florence, Italy
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Summary: Chased light, no radar contact, then light disappeared
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Date: Mar. 19/20, 1945
Location: Speyer, Germany
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Summary: Saw 2 Foo fighters; one orange and one green ball.
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Date: Mar. 23, 1945
Location: Bergamo/Ghedi, Italy
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Summary: 2 balls of foo fire.
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Date: Mar. 23, 1945
Location: Germersheim, Germany
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Summary: Stationary airborne object.
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Date: Mid-Mar. 1945
Location: New Guinea
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Summary: Object, silver in color, very shiny & much larger than the brightest star; unaffected by gunfire; departed upward at a fantastic rate of speed .
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Date: Mar. 24, 1945
Location: Nagoya, Japan
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Summary: Multiple sightings: yellow ball of fire about 6 inches in diameter; orange and red flashes; six white balls of fire; grayish ball of fire about size of soccer ball; red ball of fire.
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Date: Mar. 25, 1945
Location: Between. Mannheim and Darmstadt, Germany
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Summary: Six or seven circular, yellowish-orange objects, solid color, and brightness; apparently individually controlled.
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