Advanced Aerial Devices Reported During the Korean War by Richard F. Haines

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Q. '1 A. " Q. " A. " Q. " A. " Q. " A. " Q. " A. " Q. " A. "Forty five degrees up (and) then West" Q. " A. " Q. " Page 26 A. " Notes: 1. Mr. Wall's name, rank, serial number, and other information was found on the official Army roster for his unit as of July 1951. 2. Historical accounts by Marshall (1951), Michaelis and Davidson (1951), Pearl (1963), and Pullen (1954) provide interesting background information on the 27th Infantry Regiment "Wolfhounds". 3. Lt. Evans' name and other information for him was found on the official Army roster for "E" Company.

On 9 August 1952 I had the duty as Senior Watch Controller at MGCIS-3 CIC from 2000 to 2400. "2. On coming on watch I noted that AC-CI phone circuit was weak and instructed the duty telephone man to check it. He advised Devestate Able that their transmitter batteries were apparently weak. Devestate Able stated that they would work on the circuit “3. (6 lines of initial text omitted here by author) "On the third sweep Richmond 18 was turning toward K-3 and was about 17 1/2 miles from MCCIS-3. A target appeared at 205 degrees, 27 miles and I started to adjust the scope to get a maximum pick up on that target.

The radar teller's scope was not peaked as high as mine and he did not see any blips other than Richmond 18. I did not call the radar teller's attention to the unusual blips I had seen, because he was accurately reporting all other tracks, and I believed that interference had caused the widely spaced and peculiar blips. "4. At 2057 Richmond 18 reported in and then asked if I had seen any plots in his vicinity seven to nine minutes before. I replied that I had seen what would have been either several planes or noise at the time.

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