In September of 1950, two Soviet fighter planes, while in flight in the sky over [the] Sea of Japan, tried to attack a UFO. The incident was observed by crew of a Japanese merchant vessel. One of the planes, having spent all of its ammunition without any results, approached the UFO to a dangerously close distance. But the aircraft began vibrating unexpectedly, and broke apart into small fragments as a result of interacting with the object’s protective field. This brief report was published [in] the Russian digest, published in 1998 (Okkul’tniye sili SSSR, Saint Petersburg).
Reference for the above text is: UFO Matrix magazine, Vol. 1, issue 6, p. 22, “USOs and UFOs in the Pacific Bermuda Triangle” by Paul Stonehill.
UFOCAT PRN - NONE
Sea of Japan Latitude 43-30-00 N, Longitude 135-45-00 E (D-M-S) [sea]
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