Leonard Stringfield died on December 18, 1994. Now, on the tenth anniversary of his passing, I would like to honor Len Stringfield's pioneering spirit and courage to research the politically unacceptable topic of crashed aerial vehicles and entities of unknown origin and to report what he learned - even in the face of threats. Earthfiles will reprint all seven of his famous "Status Reports" about alleged UFO crash retrievals covering the period of 1978 to 1994. This reprinted series will begin with Status Report VII, first published in February 1994, and will go backward in time to the first report in 1978. This is done with the permission and cooperation of his surviving family.
Leonard Stringfield was born on December 17,1920, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended the University of Cincinnati in journalism and served in the U. S. Army Air Force from early 1943 until his discharge in November 1945 as a Private First Class. He married Adella Romero in 1947 and they had three daughters. In 1950, Len began working in public relations and marketing services for DuBois Chemicals, a division of Chemed Corp., in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Len told me that he knew in the early 1950s that there was a standing military order to try to bring down "flying saucers," whatever they were. But he said the United States lost a lot of good pilots trying to carry out that order, so it was eventually rescinded.
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