In January 1965 it was reported that a huge disc flew over the NASA station at Wallops Island, Virginia. Dempsey Bruton, satellite tracking chief, calculated its speed at over 100 miles a minute. There were other reports of UFOs by the Navy on the same day.
(The UFO Encyclopaedia, Spencer)
Glowing round object moved rapidly from horizon to nearly overhead.
An unidentified object was sighted that had an unusual appearance or performance.
One white round object, larger than a star, was observed by three male military witnesses, two of them experienced observers, at a military facility.
The Air Force, apparently reacting to a deluge of inquiries, labelled Dempsey Bruton and his other Space Administration observers as incompetent, apparently without the slightest investigation.
The backlash of this event did much to discredit the Air Force’s approach to the subject; they had issued their statement prematurely and without substance.