DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENSE FILES

UFO, Prince George, British Columbia
Wednesday April 29, 1959

Intelligence -- Sightings of Unknown Objects, 11 Jul 47 to 28 Jul 64
Record Group 24, Volume 17984, HQ 940-5-1, Index #000100

COPY

MESSAGE - AC290 dated 30 Apr 59

FROM CANAIRVAN COC

TO RFEMBV/CANAIRDEF

UFOB PD AERIAL EXPLOSION FOLLOWED BY OBJECT WHICH REACHED GROUND LEVEL CMM VAPOR TRAIL ASSOCIATED WITH OBJECT PD APPROXIMATELY 2150Z 29 APR CMM DURATION FEW SECONDS PD VISUAL FROM GOUND BY OBSERVERS IN 800 SQUARE MILE RADIUS PD LOCATION 54 DEGREES 15 MINUTES NORTH 125 DEGREES 40 MINUTES WEST PD REPORTED BY MR { CENSORED } QUALIFIED GOBC OBSERVER AT CROSSCUT TO PRINCE GEORGE FILTER CENTER PD NO RADAR CORRELATION PD AMIS HAD NO KNOW ACTIVITY WHICH COULD ACCOUNT FOR EXPLOSION WHICH WAS BOTH SEEN AND HEARD PD OBSERVER SENDING IN FULL WRITTEN REPORT FOR 5 AIR DIV SOINT PD FULL REPORT MADE ON FIRST RECEIPT OF THIS REPORT AT 2230Z 29 APR TO 25 AIR DIV CMM THIS UFOB SENT IN BELIEF THAT NONE WAS FOREWARDED TO NNR


UFO, Prince George, British Columbia
Wednesday April 29, 1959

Department of National Defence File

Intelligence -- Sightings of Unknown Objects, 11 Jul 47 to 28 Jul 64
Record Group 24, Volume 17984, HQ 940-5-1, Index #000099
960-101/1(SOInt)

Department of National Defence
9128
Royal Canadian Air Force
St. Hubert PQ
6 May 59
Chief of the Air Staff
Air Force Headquarters
Ottawa 4 Ont
UFOB Report - CANAIRVAN

Info for DAI

1 Appendix "A" is a copy of a self-explanatory AC message received 1 May 59 from 5 AD. SOInt 5 AD advised by telephone that the impact area was well pinpointed and that an aerial search for a possible inspection could be conducted. A suggested searchplan could entail four hours of air travel with four hours over the area. He further stated 26 AD did the primary investigation on the incident and decided to proceed no further. SOInt 5 AD advises the RCMP have been asked to pass any info on the subject. This HQ will then be advised by message.

2 In view of many unfounded UFOB reports reaching SOInt here, this branch decided not to institute a search after 26 AD's decision to drop the investigation.
{signed} Edward P Wood
(EP Wood) S/L for AOC ADC

RCAF G32


UFO, Alexis Creek, British Columbia
Friday November 2, 1962

Intelligence -- Sightings of Unknown Objects, 11 Jul 47 to 28 Jul 64
Record Group 24, Volume 17984, HQ 940-5-1, Index #000027

PCOPY FOR 940-105CFO STN KAMLOOP

TO RFEPFZ/CANAIRHED
RFEMC/CANAIRDEF

RCWNH/CANAIRPAC

INFO RFWVC/RCC VANCOUVER

RFWVC/DR JA JACOBS UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA VANCOUVER BC UNCLAS A010 3 NOV

UFO REPORT

A 2 NOV C@ 2130Z
B HIGH OVERCAST
C LAT 52 DEGREES 10 MIN NORTH LOG 123 DEGREES 25 MIN WEST VICIN-ITY OF ALEXIS CREEK
D BURNING OBJECT SITED FOLLOWED BY LOUD EXPLOSION HEARD OVER SIXTY MILES
E UNKNOWN
F UNKNOWN   
G CYLINDRICAL OBJECT DESCENDING RAPIDLY LEVELING OFF AT LOW ALTITUDE MOVING EAST TO WEST DISAPPEARING BEHIND HILL FOLLOWED BY LOUD EXPLOSION

H UNKNOWN
J EXPLOSION COULD BE SHOCK WAVE OR RESULT OF OBJECT IMPACT
K SEVERAL INDEPENDENT OBSERVERS AND WITNESSES
L RCMP DET ALEXIS CREEK INVESTIGATING RCC HAVE ADVISED  NO AIRCRAFT MISSING PD NO SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT IN AREA AT TIME AND NO KNOWN CONSTRUCTION BLASTING IN PROGRESS PD SUSPECT METEOR OR MISSILE DEBRIS PD GROUND SEARCH TEAM THIS STATION PREPARED TO INVESTIGATE IF REQUIRED


We will post more of these files as we receive them . Many thanks to UFO Joe  for sending the above information.

 

 

 

 

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