UFO News Article: “UFOs on radar denied”

18 November 1975
(Bangor Daily News, Maine)
Quote from the article:
“Lt. Robert Barca, assistant information officer said his office was not too sure where the information came from, but a recheck showed Loring’s radar screen did not track ‘the thing’ seen by several observers in the area before dawn Sunday.
Loring’s information officer, Maj.Richard F. Quimby, had said Sunday that a radar screen at the base had tracked ‘the thing,’ which was spotted and described Sunday by Caribou police, sheriff’s deputies, a U.S. Customs official in Limestone and a Royal Canadian Mounted Police constable.

‘Something must have been misconstrued,’ Barca said Monday. ‘We did some rechecking and we can’t find anyone who spotted it on radar.’ ”

Related post:

UFO News Article:
“Hovering, Blinking UFO Stirs Caribou, Air Base”,
17 November 1975
(The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston-Auburn, Maine):

Quote from the 17 November 1975 The Lewiston Daily Sun article:
“An unidentified airman at the Strategic Air Command base in Limestone told Caribou police that an unidentified object had appeared briefly on a radar screen, but appeared to be across the border 15 miles away in Canada.”











Aerial view of Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, Maine
(loringremembers/history-of-loring-afb photo)











Aerial view of the 3080th Aviation Depot Group area
(East Loring), Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, Maine
(loringremembers/history-of-loring-afb photo)

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