On 10th December 1964, at Fort Riley army base, Kansas, a guard – Aaron Kaback – was on duty in the motor pool. He and 3 other men were ordered by a senior officer to make their way to a remote corner of the base. When they arrived they noticed a large military chopper. It was shining a large searchlight on a strange object which was resting on the ground.
The object was already surrounded by several other military types. Aaron was then given ‘shoot to kill’ orders to stop any civilians who tried to get near it. He was also warned not to tell anyone about the incident. To him, the object looked like a giant hamburger, 12m by 5m. It had a dark line along its rim and a small tail-fin stabilizer. He also observed that the air near the craft was very warm despite being a bitterly cold night.
Some time later UFO researchers managed to obtain some corroborating evidence about the Fort Riley UFO crash. Another guard reported the following: “On the morning following the alleged incident, I witnessed a large flatbed truck. It was loaded with a roundish object covered with canvas sheets being driven out under high security from the base.”
Although the military has a reputation of excellent coverup skills, the same could of course be the absence of such a UFO crash in 1964. There is not much credible information available about a UFO crash at Fort Riley in 1964. There are no historical records or news accounts of a UFO crash occurring there in 1964. It is possible that this account is a rumor or hoax.