Former RAF Bentwaters Staff Sgt. James Penniston Recalls Black, Glassy, Triangular Craft, Symbols and Missing Time

“The best way to describe that craft is if you had an onyx stone
that measured 9 feet long and 6 feet high - that's what you would see.”

- Former USAF Staff Sgt. James Penniston

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Aerial image of the runway at RAF Woodbridge surrounded by the thick Rendlesham Forest.
Aerial image of the runway at RAF Woodbridge surrounded by the thick Rendlesham Forest.
East Gate at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk County, England.
East Gate at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk County, England.
East Gate at RAF Woodbridge open with road and Rendlesham Forest beyond.
East Gate at RAF Woodbridge open with road and Rendlesham Forest beyond.

September 24, 2009  Freeport, Illinois -  Former RAF Bentwaters Staff Sergeant James W. Penniston was RAF Woodbridge Security Supervisor on December 26, 1980. He was 26-years-old at the time and had been in the U. S. Air Force since 1973 after graduating from Freeport High School in Freeport, Illinois. His RAF Bentwaters Deputy Base Commander was Col. Charles I. Halt.

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