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: UFO involvement in WWII


From: mssz ("Mark S. Schmalz")
Date: 11 Feb 1996 00:18:22 GMT
Organization: University of Florida
Newsgroups: alt.alien.visitors,alt.paranet.ufo,alt.alien.research,
            alt.ufo.reports,alt.paranet.abduct,sci.skeptic

Gilgamesh wrote:

> In '42 there was an Air Raid over LA, 3 months after Pearl
> Harbor.  The air raid began at like 2:15 am, and lasted till 7:00
> am or so.  1,430 anit-aircraft missles were launced in the time

Point of information - this engagement was called the "Battle of Los
Angeles".  According to a memo by Gen. George C. Marshall, quoted in
Tim Good's book "Above Top Secret", 1,430 round of ack-ack fire (not
missiles) were discharged during the engagement.  The outlines of the
airborne objects could be made out.  Note that, if these were enemy
airplanes, they would have been downed in short order, especially with
that volume of ack-ack fire.  Instead, the shells merely exploded around
or detonated on the objects, without apparent harm.

Mark.   mssz@cis.ufl.edu


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