I am filing this report for my father who will be 90 years old in October 2015. My father served in the United States Navy in WW2 and was deployed on the USS Anchor ARS13 in 1946 as quarter master third class. My Father filled out and file a complete and specific report in the ships log about this incident. Here is my Fathers recollection as if he were speaking... Approximately the end of May or first part of June 1946, I was on watch on the USS Anchor ARS13 from 16:00 to 24:00. We were in route from Guam to Pearl Harbor Hawaii. Approximately half way through my watch I saw a bluish/greenish streak traveling at a tremendous speed on the port side above the horizon. The streak was about 30 degrees above the horizon, traveling from north east to north west. The streak had NO arch, it was straight as an arrow. At first I thought it was a ship in distress, but I ruled that out because flares are red and they HAVE an arch and the same as for meteorites, they Have an arch also. This streak was parallel to the horizon and NO arch. I immediately reported it to the Captain. The Captain came right away with the First Lieutenant. When the Captain arrived he ordered to check the radar. The radar showed a blip circling the ship about a mile out and it would circle the ship about every 10 seconds. We were all astonished at the speed this thing was going. The captain then ordered a sailor to go onto the mast to check the radar to see if a bird or something else was obstructing the radar. All was clear. After this had been going on for about 10 minutes, all of the sudden the blip changed direction and just streaked off the screen. My whole report was filed in the ships log on the USS Anchor ARS13, approximately May or June of 1946. Total witnesses that were there... Myself, Captain, First Lieutenant, Executive officer, Engineering Officer, Radio man and Radar man. No recurrence of this incident. My Father said back in 1946, nobody would ever think of this being a UFO sighting, since there was no UFO sighting back in those days. The first UFO publicly reported was June 24, 1947 by Kenneth Arnold a private pilot.