Philip A. Colman
Aerodynamics engineer on board a Lockheed WV-2 Super Constellation who witnessed a UFO along with five other flight crew on December 16, 1953.
In a letter summarizing his observations, Colman wrote, "The object appeared not to move while we progressed with our tests. For a few moments we turned the airplane toward the object but did not apparently change our distance sufficiently to get any change of impression. I estimate that the object was hovering in out sight for about ten minutes. Thereafter, it suddenly accelerated due west and in a time, in the order of 10 seconds, disappeared from view."