(Last Updated On: June 29, 2016)

Date: March 1, 1949    
Location: Stuttgart, Arkansas
Time: . 21:29
Summary: Nocturnal lights were observed by two witnesses (Adams)
Source: FOIA; Condon Committee

Date: March 2, 1949     BBU
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: 12:10 a.m.
Summary: Sewald saw high speed light in horizontal flight low in the sky N to S. () 2 secs
Source: FOIA; FUFOR Index

Date: March 3, 1949
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: 1:59 a.m.
Summary: This report is not an original BB unknown, nor has it been included in the Comprehensive Catalog of Project Blue Book Unknowns by Brad Sparks. The report is, however, mentioned in the BB Microfilm files and listed in the La Paz/AFOSI Catalog. The behavior of the Green Fireballs is suspect in almost all of the AFOSI Catalog cases, especially so in this one where the FB is in an almost vertical descent, something no meteor of any kind can do.
Source: AFOSI 27

Date: 1949: Fort Hood, Texas UFO Wave

Date: March 8, 1949    AFOSI Cases 36-37
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Time: 6:35 p.m.
Summary: Two observers reported intense white/aluminum colored object moving horizontal, then descending, from 800 mph to slower than a twin-engine airplane. A silent greenish-white object was sighted in the sky near the Los Alamos Atomic Energy research facility in New Mexico . It flew toward the southeast at the altitude of the cloud layer, and was seen by guards Patterson and Lang from two guard stations: 103 and 106
Source: NICAP 

Date: March 9, 1949    
Location: San Bernardino, California
Time: . 22:15 
Summary: One object was observed by one witness briefly (Farley; Parker).
Source: Doubt Magazine

Date: March 13, 1949    AFOSI Case 40
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Time: 9:50 p.m. 
Summary: Not a BBU but a Sandia Base OSI Case. Ball-shaped object with a tail of fire flying at a speed slower than a meteor on a slightly descending path. Object appeared to be half the size of full moon.

Date: March 14, 1949    
Location:  Pacific Ocean
Time: .  00:00
Summary:  Bullet-shaped object Time: 00-00-16Z; Number of Observers: 1; Reliability: good; Area: Airplane en route from Honolulu to Canton Is; Altitude: 6° – 12° above airplane at 8,000; Course: horizontal; Duration: ten seconds; Sound: none; Shape: nose like bullet; Speed: 65° in nine seconds.
Source:  AFOSI 

Date: March 18, 1949     BBU
Location: Fort Chimo, Quebec, Canada
Time: 7:50 p.m. (EST).
Summary: USAF and RCAF personnel at Detachment Crystal-I, 1227th Air Base Sq, including USAF 1st Lt. and Warrant Officer JG, RCAF Flying Officer/Liaison Officer Brodribb, and a USAF civilian employee, saw a red light like an aircraft light to the S traveling W to E at high altitude estimated 10,000 ft and 200-250 mph silently with stops and starts and flickering, and a turn to the S at the end. 2-5 mins
Source: FOIA

Date: March 21, 1949    
Location: Shreveport, Arkansas,
Time: .21:29 
Summary: An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by two witnesses for over three minutes (Adams).
Source: F Poher, Claude Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag Author, undated

Date: March 24, 1949    
Location:  Bend, Oregon
Time: .11:00 
Summary:  Two objects were observed by a male witness for 20 minutes (Leverett). Explanation: Debris.
Source:  Project Bluebook

Date: March 27, 1949          BBU    AFOSI cases 42-45
Location: Tucumcari, Montoya, New Mexico
Time: 6-6:30 p.m. 
Summary: Various witnesses, including police officer, postmaster (Montoya, N.M.), newspaper editor (Tucumcari Daily News), saw a contrail-like yellow ­amber-orange object, length/width ratio 5:1, 1/6 moon’s diameter, slowly moving from S (205° azimuth) to W (254° azimuth) at about 45°-60° elevation (75° at Montoya moving 180° to 260° azimuth), wiggling slightly, at first in a vertical orientation [?], dived steeply-leveled-climbed 2-3 times, reversed course once at top of a climb, a bright glitter of white light at a leveling off. No sound or trail.  15-30 mins
Source: FOIA

Date: March 28, 1949    
Location: S Pucusana, Peru
Time:  16:30
Summary:  Oil company employee driving to Lima saw shiny disk ground level. three figures looked like mummies, had joined legs, one large foot, “slid” across ground. Covered with “towely” skin,asked where they were. An abduction of a witness was reported. A witness later died. Traces found. One disc, about 40 feet across, was observed by one male 30-year-old witness on the shore for over ten minutes. Three 5-foot-tall mummy-like beings, each wearing naked, were seen.
Source: F

Date: March 29, 1949  BBU
Location: Shemya AFB, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Time: 10:05 p.m. 
Summary: USAF crew of B-29 bomber saw a dull yellowish light flying at 2,400 ft.
Source: Project 1947

Date:  March 1949

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