Jump over to beta.ufostalker.com to take the new UFO Stalker for a spin
UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 53236
Log Number US-01042014-0027
Date Submitted 01/04/2014 09:31 UTC
Date of the Event 12/31/2013 10:00 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary Red-orange light over flying Dayton, OH on New Year's Eve
Tags contact disc lights photo

Sighting Location

City Dayton
Region Ohio
Country United States

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance 501 Feet - 1 Mile
Sighting Duration 00:06:00
Object Features Unknown
Object Flight Path Straight-line path
Object Shape Unknown
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

We live in the northeast part of Dayton, OH. I���m a retired Air Force officer and currently working as a defense contractor; I have several technical degrees to include a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering. I was an Air Force pilot and worked for several years at Headquarters Air Force Space Command. On Dec 31, 2013 at 10:00PM, I went to take the trash out. As soon as I went outside, I noticed a formation of red-orange lights moving slowly through the sky. We had a broken cloud deck from 1000'-1500', with some light from the city being reflected from the underside of the clouds, and these objects were clearly visible underneath the cloud deck. There were about 12-15 objects, from the S-SW to N-NW, moving over our house - COMPLETELY SILENT, so I knew they weren't airplanes or helicopters. They were in a ragged line formation, all moving at the same speed, and the objects at the head of the line were grouped in a square formation and weren't moving - almost as if they were waiting for the others to catch up. The head of the formation began to get dimmer, as did the others behind them and that's when I noticed that the objects right over our house were climbing into the cloud deck. They all faded from view. When I first saw them, I knew that they weren't the typical aircraft that we see in our area, being in the traffic pattern of Wright-Patterson AFB. I called for my wife to come out and take a look, and when she came out and saw what was happening, she went back in to get her camera. However, her camera was a point and shoot and didn't get a good focus on the lights, I guess they were just points of light to the optics and she didn't get any photos. Given the visibility, brightness of the objects and proximity to the Base, I would expect the Air Force tower controllers to have made visual contact with these objects. Entire encounter was about six minutes. I know that these weren���t airplanes, helicopters, balloons or birds. These were objects under some type of control and were able to maintain a disciplined spacing and formation.

Did You See It? Have a Comment or Question? Discuss it Below.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Return to the Map
Loading... Loading...

The location presented here is an approximation to protect the reporters identity

Images and Videos

No Images or Videos Provided