It has been nearly thirty-nine years since Eskin Kuhn observed those two strange flying creatures in Cuba. As a member of the United States Marine Corps, he was stationed at Guantanamo, with the 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment (reinforced), H&S Co., 106mm recoiless rifle platoon. Early this year he was interviewed and passed the credibility test, verifying his experience.
The two creatures were very unlike any bird, for they had no feathers. They could have been strange bats except that the heads were completely wrong and they had long tails. Their flight, the flapping of their wings, was described as graceful. For more detail, see these blogs:
Are Reports of Living Pterosaurs Anecdotes? (regarding the Eskin Kuhn sighting)
. . . the writer used the name of a real person and wrote “The claim is a hoax,” without any explanation . . . The eyewitness himself replied to the blog, with no uncertain disdain for the one who tied his name to the word “hoax.” . . . . The critic tried to step away from his previous stand about a hoax. How? By trying to shove onto the shoulders of the Marine the responsibility of making one of the most dramatic scientific discoveries in the history of biology: Obtain the body of a modern pterosaur and prove its authenticity to the world.
Modern Pterosaur blog (“Sighting in Cuba, 1971”)
I saw two pterosaurs . . . flying together at low altitude, perhaps 100 feet, very close . . . I had a perfectly clear view . . . The rhythm of their large wings was very graceful, slow . . . The pterosaurs I saw had the short hind legs attached to the rearward-most part of the wing, and they had a long tail trailing behind with a tuft of hair at the end. . . . The head [had] a long crest at the back . . . their wingspan [was] roughly 10 feet.