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UFO excited the military pilots of the 415th squadron in 1944

The Second World War was coming to an end. From where the pilots of the 415th squadron suddenly encountered strange objects in the sky, the nature of which is still disputed.

UFO excited the military pilots of the 415th squadron in 1944

The first strange lights were noticed by Lieutenant Fred Ringwald. He flew as an observer on a night fighter with pilot Ed Schluter and Donald J. Meiers, who followed the radar. It was a late November evening in 1944. Partly cloudy over the Rhine Gorge north of Strasbourg. The silence was broken by Ringwald: "I wonder what are those lights on the hills?". Team members noticed 8-10 bright orange lights.

Absolutely one of them appeared next to the right-wing of the aircraft. Snacking thought it was a German air weapon, no radar recorded anything. The fire was cut off. At first, the soldiers did not spread about the incident, fearing that they would be ridiculed. How did they not know yet that other pilots had seen the same thing?

The aircraft of the 415th squadron, whose crew in 1944 saw strange lights in the sky

New observations

On December 17, 1944, near Breisach am Rhein (Germany), the pilot noticed "5-6 flashing red and green lights in the shape of the letter T". The lights followed him for a while, after which they also cut out everything. On December 22, the situation was repeated with two flight crews. The team near the French town of Haguenau reported two orange lights, which rose from the ground and followed the fighter within two minutes. And then Lieutenant Samuel Krasni noticed a large red object in the shape of a cigar flying just a few meters from his plane. The pilot took several maneuvers, without the device, he flew right next to it until he disappeared.

The illustration shows the event of December 22, 1944, when two orange objects chased the plane

The illustration shows the event of December 22, 1944, when two orange objects chased the plane

Combat stability?

When representatives of the press met about these events, they tried to declare them real phenomena. It could be bursts, weather balloons, or just St. Elmo's lights (discharges). However, the pilots rejected suitable ads, as they said they were capable of receiving such objects. Then there was a suspicion that the pilots were simply suffering from "combat endurance". Kind of like a polite hint of military stress. But how to prove that all the pilots of the Soz were subjected to collective psychosis? Moreover, they passed regulated checks and coped beautifully with combat missions. Besides, none of them reported UFOs. They were rational and simply described the vagaries. For example, Lieutenant Krasni's son said that his father suspected the Germans. He believed that the lights were a secret development during the war.

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The illustration shows the event of December 22, 1944, when two orange objects chased the plane

After a few weeks, the war ended, and everything calmed down somehow. No secret weapons of this type were found among the Germans. Captured pilots, scientists, and intelligence officers claimed that Nazi bombers also saw foo fighters (they called them "feuer", which means "balls"). The Germans and Japanese, for their part, assumed that these unidentified objects were American secret weapons.

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