Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Goose Air Base, Labrador UFO Follows KC-135 Aircraft While Landing

Posted: December 26, 2007

Date: Late September 1967 Time: N/A

Message: In 1967-68 I was stationed at Goose Air Base, Labrador. I worked in Base Headquarters. During the lunch hour, I didn't eat, because I was trying to lost some weight. I sat in the Base Commander's office to answer the phone while he and his Secretary went to lunch. I always read through the "Commander's Read File" while I was there.

In late September 1967, a KC-135 was landing, and a UFO was picked up by radar, following the aircraft. It went behind the aircraft as it touched down, then went over the top of the aircraft until it turned off the active runway. Then, it stopped dead still and went straight up at an estimated speed of 17,000 MPH. It was seen as a bright light by men in the tower, and was on the radar of the Radar Station on top of a mountain near the base.

I never heard or read any other reports of this incident.

Thank you to the retired serviceman for this very interesting and important information. I am looking into this report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research. email: Website:,, HBCC UFO Research International:

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO

1 comment:

pctdon said...

In 1965 it was common to see strange things flying around the radar dome up on the mountain. Often they did not show up on radar but were visible just outside the dome itself. Sometime in the Winter of 66-67 we had a couple of "things" flying over Lake Saint Claire just off Selfridge AFB, near Mt Clemens MI. They scrambled two F-106s and of course they caught nothing. It is difficult when the other aircraft can suddenly accelerate to high speed and do and 90 degree turn at that speed. The Air Force said it was swamp gas, and anyone who disagreed could stay in the base confinement (jail) til they realized they saw NOTHING. Like Sgt Schultz on Hogan's heroes. I see NOTHING, NOTHING, NOTHING!