A target was picked up on scope #2, also subsequently found on the search scope #1.
Goose tower was queried about possible aircraft in the area but gave a negative reply.
Ground Controlled Approach was called, and a Staff sergeant was asked to come over immediately.
When he arrived the target had disappeared after being observed for about 5 minutes.
At 4:19 a.m. another target showed up, and both men watched it until 4:25 a.m. when it faded from view.
Again, at 5:16 a.m., they sighted a target which faded into the ground clutter after about 4 minutes.
Targets were small but very clear.
Alerted by the previous operator, the next operator at the GCA unit observed as many as 3 blips at one time.
He recorded a speed of 30 mph for each blip, with the objects moving into the wind or crosswind.
One blip was described as a very strong target.