Part 13 – Peculiar Phenomenon: Early United States Efforts to Collect and Analyze Flying Discs

"... the timing of the 'peculiar phenomenon' interfering with the V-2 rocket research and Dr. Husaker's request for more 'Aerial Weapons Research Funds' was more than coincidental."

- J. Andrew Kissner

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Jerome C. Hunsaker (MJ-7) Appealed to Congress
For "Aerial Weapons Research Funds"

Five people were killed on June 11, 1947, when an Argentine four engine "Lancastrian" airliner coming in for a landing miscalculated its altitude, struck a post supporting the air field's radio antenna, crashed and burst into flames.


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