This New Years Eve, actually.
Just after midnight, BF is heading North because he lives on the North side of town, and I live on the South. However, we were heading to a shop to get some soda, so we were heading North instead of going home. The North of town is fenced off for a rather barren part of a military base.
BF just turned North off his street when I saw a pair of bright, red orange orbs, with little or no distortion, so low to the ground, lower than an airplane, but higher than most objects I know of. BF was facing the right direction and it was a pretty quiet street, so he was observing them while watching for traffic.
We hit a curve in the road which hid the objects for a second, then when we were able to view them again, only one was there.
We head North and were watching the one object for a while, until BF had to turn East to get some soda, just on the Northern border of town. As he turns East, I am watching the object, because he has to watch where he's driving, and I see it kind of... flare up. Ever seen what fire looks like when it hits a new chemical? It shrunk on itself, almost into a four pointed star shape, burned BRIGHT white, like sodium white, then expanded again and returned to its red-orange color and orb shape. Just after, it dropped another, red orange orb like object, which fell to the ground and disappeared shortly above it.
It just vanished shortly afterwards, the entire sighting taking about 15 minutes, but I went home and did my research. Similar sightings were being reported in my local area, but only mine and a military aircraft mechanic, mentioned the objects ejecting anything.
And before anyone says Chinese Lanterns, I've seen plenty of those. This was also on a barren part of the base, where no one should feasibly be (no more base housing) without some good clearance, the nearest building being farther than where I guess the objects would have been. I've done my research.
That's one of a few. I got some other, smaller, oddball ones.
As for anyone who is interested in researching reports in the States, both NUFORC and MUFON are good sites. I like NUFORC a lot more, but if you wanna do your research right...
ETA: A quick one, from last year on Halloween. I was outside waiting for BF's parents to pick me up, as they were going to pickup BF from the local airport after a long stay in another state.
I was outside, again, waiting for them, and look to the South to see a small, fairly dim white object moving South, also. I thought it was a satellite at first, until it did a 75 degree turn and headed east instead.