During the morning two radar operators at a missile tracking site
caught a fast-moving object on their scope. At the same time a
tracker watching a B-29 with binoculars saw a large UFO near the
bomber. Another observer sighted the UFO and, with a 35mm camera,
shot 200 feet of film. The UFO showed on the film as a round,
bright spot. (The film has never been released.)
— Page 84.
10. White Sands, N.M., tracking station, July 14, 1951. UFO tracked on radar, observed visually through binoculars, photographed on 200 feet of 35 mm movie film. Film reportedly shows round, bright spot.
("F.S. From Outer Space," p.48).
— Hall, Richard, editor, UFO Evidence, National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, Washington, D. C., 1964
Then, slowly, sightings began to increase. One new and important report came from the guided-missile tracking base near White Sands, New Mexico. On the morning of July 14 , two radar operators caught a fast-moving object on their scope. At the same time a tracker watching a B-29 with binoculars saw a large UFO near the bomber. Another observer quickly lined it up with his 35-mm. camera, then shot 200 feet of film. Because of the high altitude, the saucer showed only as a round, bright spot. But at least it was proof-this was no hallucination.
— Keyhoe, Donald E., Flying Saucers from Outer Space, Henry Holt and Co., NY, 1953 Page 48
Project 1947 Comment: The USAF has stated that this report is not in their files. There may be references to this case in "Report EHO-41 dated 25 July 1951, Holloman Air Force Base." Unfortunately, Report EHO-41 is missing from the Project Blue Book files. However, Ruppelt mentioned the report in Status Report #5 and in his interview with LOOK magazine. Portions of the material in EHO-41 are contained in various case files in the Project Blue Book files, but the complete report is missing. Where Keyhoe obtained his information is unstated.