(Last Updated On: June 20, 2016)

Date: Feb. 1, 1952
Location: 10 miles W of Terre Haute, Indiana BBU
Time: 9:30 p.m. 
Summary: Military aircraft pilot saw a close group of moving lights changing color from blue to green to yellow. 
Source: Project 1947; BB files??

Date:  Feb. 2, 1952
Location: E. of Pusan, South Korea BBU
Time: 10:30 am.
Summary: Radar track of 767 mph unidentified target. 2nd track from position 35°30′ N, 129°40′ E, at 10:40 of 1,257 mph unidentified target.
Source: Jan Aldrich

Date: Feb. 2, 1952
Location: E of South Korea BBU
Time: 7:35 p.m. 
Summary: USS Philippine Sea heading S 180° at 13 knots (15 mph) tracked approaching radar target from the N 0° azimuth at 25 miles, veered off in a wide left turn to the E radius about 12 miles (when visual observers spotted exhaust trails), reversing course on radar away from the aircraft carrier accelerating from 600 mph to 1800 mph at 52,000 ft altitude, split into 2 targets 5-12 miles apart on a slightly zigzag wavy course headed due N 0° to disappearance at about 110 miles. Visual observers sighted 3 exhaust flames at 30° azimuth [?]. ()
Source: Hynek UFO Rpt pp. 126-8

Date: Feb. 11, 1952
Location: Pittsburgh, Penna. BBU 1052
Time: 3 a.m. 
Summary: USAF Capt. G. P. Arns and Maj. R. J. Gedson flying a Beech AT-11 trainer saw a yellow­ orange comet-shaped object pulsing flame for 1-2 secs in straight and level flight.
Source: Berliner

Date: Feb. 12, 1952
Location: Bet. Friendship Airfield and Baltimore, Maryland BBU
Time: 9:30 p.m. 
Summary: USAF MATS C-47 pilot and copilot saw a bright white object move slowly then speed away. Then at 10 p.m. they saw 10 miles S of Baltimore a similar object. ()
Source: GRUDGE/BB Rpt; FUFOR Index

Date: Feb. 13, 1952
Location: Granite City, Illinois BBU
Time: 10:30 p.m. 
Summary: The 3903rd Radar Bomb Scoring Group observed an unusual radar return while attempting to score a bomb run. It was assumed at the time that the “target” was an aircraft pacing the bomber on its attack run, but the unusual target reached a speed of 1090 MPH. (McDonald list; BB Rpt 6) adar. 
Source: McDonald list; BB Rpt 6

Date: Feb. 16, 1952
Location:  About 60 miles E. of Pusan, Korea BBU
Time: 2:40 and 3:50 p.m. 
Summary: USMC GCI Sq 3 at Yongil (36° N, 129° E) CPS-5 radar tracking of unidentified target traveling at 4,320 knots (5,000 mph). 2nd track at 3:50 at position 36°30′ N, 129°30′ E (a few miles off the coast of South Korea) of large target equivalent of 6-8 jet aircraft, traveling 1,380 knots (1,600 mph) target heading 170°, faded momentarily, then continued on 120° heading until lost. Visual sighting of contrail in direction of radar track.
Source: Jan Aldrich; McDonald files; FUFOR Index, Dan Wilson

Date: Feb. 17, 1952
Location: 25 miles SE of Roswell, New Mexico BBU
Time: 1:45 a.m. (MST)
Summary: USAF crew of B-29 bomber saw 3 ft [?] greenish-blue ball of fire flying straight at 15,000 ft.
Source: Project 1947

Date: Feb. 20, 1952
Location: Greenfield, Mass.
Summary: Congregational Minister saw three very bright silver objects, apparently spherical, traveling in a perfect V.

Date: Feb. 20, 1952
Location: Mt. Diablo, Calif. BBU
Time: 11:30 p.m. 
Summary: USAF pilot Montgomery and copilot of B-25 bomber saw bright yellow light on collision course climb and accelerate. 
Source: Project 1947; FUFOR Index

Date: Feb. 24, 1952
Location: Antung, North Korea BBU 1061
Time: 10:15 [11:15?] p.m. 
Summary: USAF 345th Bomber Sq Captain/B-29 navigator saw a bluish cylinder, 3x long as wide, with a tail and rapid pulsations, come in high and fast, make several turns and level out under B-29 which was evading mild anti aircraft fire.
Source: Berliner; FUFOR Index

Date: Feb. 26, 1952
Location: New Albany, New York (CIRVIS Report)
Summary: UFO over aircraft near New Albany probably a meteor.

Date: Feb. 27, 1952
Location: Ft. Stockton, Texas BBU
Summary: B-29 and radar. [See March 26. shows a date change on MAXW-PBB9-1126]
Source: McDonald list; BB Rpt 5

Date: February 1952


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