Assorted UFO’s Sighted By The Military In World War II.

by Daniel Russ on December 23, 2011

Foo Fighters in Frame With FW 109

Foo Fighters


November, 1945. While on the US USS Delarof, heading off to Alaska carrying supplies just off the Washington Coast, a Radioman named Crawford, reported seeing a massive and dark metallic unidentified object come up from beneath the sea, then circle the USS Delarof, before quickly flying off. Fourteen crew-members from the ship were eye witnesses.



April, 1945; Habbebishopsheim, Germany
An American soldier saw a disk-shaped object come down rapidly, oscillate, and land. The site could not be found in the dark. The event took place 35 km northwest of the town.


1946, “Air Force captain Jack E. Puckett spotted a long, cigar shaped flying object with lighted portholes, and again, there’s a crude drawing of this for us to look at. The host says that “the US military encountered a giant UFO in a near-miss aerial situation”, because, really, why call it a “near collision” when you can say “near-miss aerial situation”? Oh, and the best part? The host says Puckett was flying a “twin-engine C-47 airplane”, but the airplane in the drawing clearly has four engines.”



November 1944,  France; Lt. Ed Schlueter, pilot, 415th Night Fighter Squadron Eight to ten orange ball-like objects in-line formation, flying very very fast.


December 1944, Austria Maj. William D. Leet, B-17 Bomber pilot says his plane was paced by an amber-colored disc.


Foo Fighters following a Sally Japanese Bomber

Foo Fighters


Sources: Spacehub, NICAP, UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Coverup, 1941-1973 by Richard M. Dolan and Jacques F. Vallee


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