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Old 14-07-2012, 10:41 PM   #541
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Default Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 1954;

Here we concentrate on the Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 1954, this topic or side of the UFO situation is the one that gets probably the most ridicule aimed at its witnesses and its believability possibilities or even its justifications through witness testimonies.Below is some cases from this era and the link to more cases is provided too.




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6 January 1954 :
Eauforte, France



Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by two witnesses on a road (Mozin).

Hynek rating: CE3: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Entity reports)
Vallee rating: CE3: Entities have been observed on the UFO.
Other sightings in this area http://thecid.com/ufo/geo/geo/1317.htm
Google map of this location.

Sources: - 40;

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14 January 1954 :
Thursday Island, Queensland, Australia;





Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One object was observed for over three minutes.

Hynek rating: CE3: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Entity reports)
Vallee rating: CE3: Entities have been observed on the UFO.
Other sightings in this area; http://thecid.com/ufo/geo/geo/0633.htm

Google map of this location.

Sources: - 188

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23 January 1954 22:45
Sadiqpur, India;







Close encounter with a craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness (Singh).
Hynek rating: CE3: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Entity reports)
Vallee rating: CE4: The witness has been abducted.
Other sightings in this area;
http://thecid.com/ufo/geo/geo/1125.htm
Google map of this location.

Sources: - 239

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In February 1954 :
Peekskill, New York, USA;






Couple saw craft on ground with woman close by it. She wore luminous clothing, hood, thick glasses, held tube in one hand, box in the other. Female witness taken to hospital for shock. Explanation: Hoax.
Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One object was observed by two witnesses, a married couple (Forster; Moseley). One 5.5-foot-tall humanoid, wearing a luminous suit and hood and goggles, was seen.

Hynek rating: CE3: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Entity reports)
Vallee rating: CE3: Entities have been observed on the UFO.
Other sightings in this area; http://thecid.com/ufo/geo/geo/1310.htm

Google map of this location.


Sources: - 40 - 94 - 170 - 184 - 196 - 211 - 305 - 633


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Feb 1954 :
Peakskill, New York, USA

Mr. and Mrs. Forster stated they saw a craft on the ground, with a woman close by.

Mr. and Mrs. Forster stated they saw a craft on the ground, with a woman close by. She was wearing luminous clothing, a sort of hood, and thick glasses and held a tube in one hand and a box in the other. Mrs. Forster had to be taken to the hospital in a state of shock.

One ball was observed.
Hynek rating: CE3: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Entity reports)
Vallee rating: CE3: Entities have been observed on the UFO.
Other sightings in this area;
http://thecid.com/ufo/geo/geo/1310.htm

Google map of this location.

Sources: 812

link; http://thecid.com/ufo/chrono/ce3/1954.htm
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Old 22-07-2012, 03:43 PM   #542
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Default UFO Files: Declassified U.K. Documents Released;

Just a wee heads up on the UK governments decision to release ALL of its declassified UFO files;
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UFO Files: Declassified U.K. Documents Released, Reveal Tony Blair Was Briefed On UFO Sightings;







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"When the U.K. released declassified UFO documents a few days ago, the 25 files of nearly 7,000 pages included how:

Prime Minister Tony Blair had been briefed on UFO sightings in 1998.
The Ministry of Defense was concerned about military jets crashing after reported encounters with UFOs.

U.K. Defense Intelligence wanted to create weapons out of little known atmospheric plasmas."

"Back then, in 1998, if you had said to me that by 2012, the Ministry of Defense will have disclosed virtually everything they have on this subject, I would have found that difficult to believe. And yet, here we are. They have," said David Clarke, the U.K. National Archives consultant (seen in the video above) and journalism lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University.


File DEFE 24/1987/1 is an MoD 1998 briefing for Blair after author Nick Redfern wrote to the prime minister and urged him to make all U.K. UFO reports available to the public. Redfern's request came at the same time that Blair was about to create that country's Freedom of Information Act.




"It appears that the Ministry of Defense decided to give Blair [seen at right], a briefing on UFOs because people were going to start making requests under the new act," Clarke, author of "The UFO Files," told The Huffington Post.

"Tony Blair has since gone on record in his memoirs to say that introducing a Freedom of Information Act is the worst decision he ever took," Clarke said. "It encouraged people like myself to start bombarding various departments of the government with requests. This is why they decided to release the UFO files because they just could not sustain the pressure that we were putting them under."

"It was costing them a lot of money to respond to each individual request and they were having to troll through these files."

Clarke says the numbers of people who have logged onto the National Archives website, 3.8 million downloads, is more than they've ever had before on any other subject.


File DEFE 24/2090/1 references a report called "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the U.K. Air Defense Region," code-named "Project Condign." The report, completed in 2000, was first classified as Secret/UK Eyes Only prior to being declassified for public release.
Condign included something that had both serious and frightening UFO overtones -- fatal accidents of Royal Air Force aircraft after UFO encounters.

"There were records of unexplained fatal accidents, where you've got an aircraft that was flying fast and low over terrain, like in a training exercise, and suddenly, for no obvious reason, the pilot had taken evasive action and plowed his aircraft into a hillside, killing the entire crew," said Clarke.

According to the Condign report, while no definitive conclusions could be drawn, it couldn't rule out the possibility that some unexplained losses of RAF military aircraft may have been caused by the pilots seeing some unidentified object ahead of the aircraft. That object, if it was there, could have caused the evasive action that led to the aircraft being lost.

"When I read that, I thought, 'Wow!' The fact that they were seriously considering that as a possibility for the loss of military aircraft was just incredible," Clarke said. "But nobody picked up on it at the time the report was released. I tried to get the media interested, and nobody would touch it."

To show how serious this matter was, Clarke says the author of the Condign report recommended that military air crews be advised that, in the future, no attempt should be made to out-maneuver an unidentified aerial phenomenon. And the same applied to civilian crews.


File DEFE 24/2090/1 also discusses how some UFOs may be the result of strange, atmospheric plasmas and that "Russia was interested in harnessing these plasmas for potential military use," Clarke said.
"They didn't think it was alien technology -- they thought it was some kind of natural phenomenon that existed in Earth's atmosphere. If they could somehow work out how these [things] were created, they'd be useful on the battlefield. If you could produce some fantastic spinning orb on the battlefield that knocked out your enemy's electronic equipment, what a fantastic weapon to deploy," Clarke added.

Clarke says a final batch of about 25 more UFO files is expected to be released by the British government within the next 12 months.

The UFO files are available for free public download until Aug. 11, 2012. And to help you navigate through the files, check out Clarke's excellent research guide.

link; http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...tml?ref=topbar
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Default Executive Summary and essential reading on UFOs

I have included in this section material and information in the forms of snippets and links for those still in the early or primary stages of UFO research or just curiosity.This is the best on line UFO data base of credible sources who have gave a lot of time and money in their research of this subject. I will be concentrating on the "educational" and "historical" themes of the UFO subject in these posts.

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Executive Summary and essential reading on UFOs;

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"If the only strange things seen in the sky were a few oddly moving lights at night, or some specks glinting in the sun, there would be no UFO issue. But there have been many close range observations of these strange objects. Often by multiple witnesses and sometimes with radar confirmation. In addition, physical traces of various kinds have been left behind, and witnesses have experienced physical and medical effects.

Supported by declassified documents from the US National Archives, US Navy pilot Cmdr Graham Bethune describes the encounter with a huge 90m (300ft) discoid UFO in 1951 on the way back from a classified mission to Iceland: "We had 31 people [relief crews] on board and a psychiatrist, plus the crew. We all witnessed it" (2.5min):






Some with four-way confirmation: ground visual, ground radar, airborne visual and airborne radar -- as early as 1950s, watch LtCol Brown NPCC 2001 testimony, who worked in the US Air Force's Office of Special Investigations on project Grudge, the precursor to Project Bluebook. Such radar/visual UFO cases include the Washington DC 1952, the Bentwaters England 1956, the landmark RB-47 1957 case:



the Minot AFB B-52 1968 case and more recently, the JAL-1628 1986 case (more on the last two cases in my UFO documentaries page).

"The type of UFO reports that are most intriguing are close-range sightings of machine-like objects of unconventional nature and unconventional performance characteristics, seen at low altitudes, and sometimes even on the ground. The general public is entirely unaware of the large number of such reports that are coming from credible witnesses... When one starts searching for such cases, their number are quite astonishing. Also, such sightings appear to be occurring all over the globe."

-- Prof. James E. McDonald (past head of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the University of Arizona), "Are UFOs Extraterrestrial Surveillance Craft?", talk given at AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics), 1968.
Definition of UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects):

"A UFO is an object or light seen in the sky or on land, whose appearance, trajectory, motions, lights and colors do not have an obvious conventional or natural explanation, and which cannot be explained, not only by the original witness, but by scientists or technical experts who try to make a common sense identification after examining the evidence." -- Center for UFO Studies

In popular culture the terms UFO and "flying saucer" are used alternatively and are both synonymous with extra-terrestrial (alien) craft. The term UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) is sometimes used as a more neutral alternative to the term UFO.

Polls indicate that belief in the reality of UFOs in America has remained around 50% for the last two decades, but has varied significantly since the 1950s, ranging from lows of ~20% up to the highs of 57% (USA Gallup 1978). About ~8% of people think they have seen a UFO and interestingly this figure has remained more stable over time, according to multiple surveys over several decades and from different countries.

Over 150.000 UFO sightings have been documented in the last 60 years and recorded in various databases, but the total number of UFO sightings is estimated to be in the millions. There are several thousand sightings reported each year, yet surveys show that only a small percentage of those who see a UFO report the sighting.

Of all of the reported sightings, a "core" between 5% and 25% (depending on the sample) remain unidentifiable to expert examination; these are the real UFOs i.e. inexplicable both "high quality" and "high strangeness" cases. The rest being cases considered inconclusive (i.e. with insufficient data for valid judgement) and cases considered identified, either conclusively or provisionally (as e.g. misinterpreted astronomic or meteorological phenomena, optical illusions, balloons, aircraft, birds etc).

Only a small minority (<5% per the Colorado University 1969 study of the USAF Project Blue Book files a.k.a. "Condon Report") of UFO reports turn out to be deliberate fraudulent reports / hoaxes, yet widely publicized hoaxes challenge the credibility of all UFO sightings.


Although the term "flying saucer" infers a disk-like craft (which is a common type seen near the ground), most UFOs observed in daylight, when the shape and details can be seen, are described as having simple symmetrical geometric shapes: disk/saucer, sphere/round, egg/oval/elliptical, cigar/cylinder, conical/ice-cream cone, triangular/boomerang, fireball/"orbs" and variety of sizes (more details in my UFO Technical Overview page).

The timeline of the UFO phenomenon has been the subject of debate. Some have argued that UFOs have been with us since the beginning of recorded history, citing Renaissance and medieval art (e.g. Nuremberg 1561, Basel 1566, Hamburg 1697), biblical quotes (e.g. Ezekiel's vision and the Star of Bethlehem), ancient literature (e.g. Plutarch's Lives, Vedic India) and even ancient cave art. In their 2010 book "Wonders in the Sky: Unexplained Aerial Objects from Antiquity to Modern Times" authors Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck list 500 sightings dating back as far as 1460 B.C. and going up to the dawn of the industrial age.

However, folklorist Eddie Bullard and UFO historian Jerome Clark have argued that their historical investigations have shown no good evidence of a modern UFO phenomenon before the very early 1800s or very late 1700s. For particulars, see Bullard's long essay "Anomalous Aerial Phenomena Before 1800" in Clark's "The Emergence of a Phenomenon" (1992).

Dr. J. Allen Hynek (past Chairman of the Astronomy Department of Northwestern University) served as the scientific consultant to US Air Force's official UFO investigation, initially the secret Project SIGN and later the well-known Project "Blue Book".


He did field-investigations and talked to claimed UFO eye-witnesses for 2 decades (between 1948-1969). Starting out as a skeptic, who tried to "explain away" the phenomenon (in an attempt to explain the Michigan 1966 sightings, Hynek came up with the infamous "swamp gas" idea, which became something of a national joke), he later became convinced of the UFO reality and admitted that Project Blue Book had misled the public (1.5min):



He also presented his views at the United Nations, on 27-Nov-1978:


"Mr. Chairman (of the United Nations), we are dealing here with an unexplained phenomenon which has been reported so far from 133 nations, and which has aroused the concern, and often the fear, of significant fractions of their population.
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Mr. Chairman, I have not always held the opinion that UFOs were worthy of serious scientific study. I began my work as Scientific Consultant to the U.S. Air Force as an open skeptic, in the firm belief that we were dealing with a mental aberration and a public nuisance. Only in the face of stubborn facts and data similar to those studied by the French commission... have I been forced to change my opinion.
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In conclusion, Mr. Chairman, let me once again clearly state that it is my considered opinion, as a scientist who has devoted many years to its study, that the UFO phenomenon is real and not the creation of disturbed minds, and that it has both grave and important implications for science and for the political and social well-being of the peoples of this Earth." [full text of speech] -- Dr. J Allen Hynek; http://replay.web.archive.org/200904...tm/hynekun.htm





Essential reading;

The UFO subject is huge, there is a lot of good stuff, but also a lot of nonsense out there, as well as deliberate disinformation. If you are new to the subject and have very little time (~20hrs) to devote to it, a few essential items you want to read/view (you need fast Internet to watch the videos online) are:

[added Apr-2009] I go out on a limb with my UFO Quick Technical Overview: what we think we know about UFOs (2008)http://www.hyper.net/ufo/overview.html webpage. My approach was, let's assume -just for argument's sake- that UFOs are unconventional craft of unknown origin. Can we possibly make some "technological sense" out of the UFO pattern? (UFO shapes, lights and colors, sounds, propulsion etc).
Luke Ford's (ufodna.com)

"What are UFOs?"http://web.archive.org/web/20110524/www.ufodna.com/articles/articles/explain.htm webpage offers a brief summary of four popular hypotheses offered over the last 60 years to explain UFO sightings: 1) classified craft 2) extra-terrestrial craft 3) paranormal/interdimensional and 4) misperceptions / hoaxes / hallucinations, with profiles of each hypothesis' proponents.

UFO Briefing Document - The best available evidence (1995) by Don Berliner and Antonio Huneeus. http://web.archive.org/web/200112171.../ubd/table.htm

It was endorsed by 3 historical UFO organizations in USA (CUFOS, MUFON, FUFOR). Financed by billionaire Laurance Rockefeller, roughly 1,000 copies of this 168-page document were delivered in 1995 to President Clinton, U.S. Congress, Heads of State and other potentially influencial people around the world. Download it as PDF, or read it online at HTML1 or at HTML2. It is also available as (rather poor quality) mass paperback edition from Amazon

Video documentary "Out Of The Blue: The definitive investigation of the UFO phenomenon" (2007,2003). Watch online GoogleVideohttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5545276251937701731 (1hr30min 353MB) or buy from amazon.

While it has minor flaws, it is a decent introduction if you are new to the UFO subject. This documentary takes a "pro-UFO" approach - while it carefully avoids stating that UFOs are alien spacecraft, it does argue that UFOs are a "real", physical phenomenon. Features interviews with former astronauts (Gordon Cooper and Dr Edgar Mitchell), military pilots, radar operators, scientists. UFO initiatives by former US presidents Carter, Ford and Clinton etc. Briefly covers classic UFO incidents in US, Russia, Britain, France, Iran etc and studies like the French COMETA Report.

Ufology: What Have We Learned? (.PDF)http://www.scientificexploration.org...0_4_swords.pdf by Dr Michael Swords (SSE, 2006). A perspective from an american academic, who has followed the UFO controversy in USA for 4 decades:

Abstract: A reasonable case can be made that those of us who have dedicated a serious amount of research time to the study of ufology have learned the following:

That the phenomenon is a true, ongoing mystery, and is deserving of serious study;

How it has happened that even good (open-minded) scientists have been thrown off the subject


That the "Extraterrestrial Hypothesis" (ETH) may be able to serve as a working model for what is going on but not in any simple-minded form
That the field is almost impossible to study in any "conservative" (physical sciences / lab-top) type of way, barring rare cases of certain "close encounters."


There are many other historical, sociological, epistemological things that we have learned. This review will focus its remarks around the four categories mentioned above.


Prof. James E. McDonald's presentation about the UFO issue, before the Committee on Science and Astronautics of US Congress July-1968 (alternate source) http://www.project1947.com/shg/sympo...donald.htmlThe hypotheses of UFOs issue. Why don't pilots see UFOs? Why are UFOs only seen by lone individuals? Why no multiple-witness sightings? Why don't astronomers ever see UFOs? Why aren't UFOs ever tracked by radar?

Why aren't there numerous photos of UFOs if they really exist? Shouldn't they produce physical effects? etc debunking popular UFO myths with examples from personally investigated cases. http://www.project1947.com/shg/symposium/mcdcases.htmlA bit more technical, his paperhttp://replay.web.archive.org/20090409113442/http://ufologie.net/htm/mcdonaldca.htm at the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute Astronautics Symposium, Montreal, Canada, 12-Mar-1968.

[Todo: replace this section with the 12-Nov-2007 NPC Conference event by CFI, more recent and less controversial].
http://www.hyper.net/ufo/testimonies.html

The Disclosure Project Witness Testimony (2001) Googlevideo (2hrs), part 1 of 2 (59min 230MB)http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...75158249898710 and part 2 of 2 (1hr 240MB).http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...75066240662837



link; http://www.hyper.net/ufo/summary.html
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Why Did The Air Force Promote
The Extraterrestrial UFO Viewpoint ?
(July 4, 2004)

Here in the text below we get a perception of the role the Office of Naval Intelligence had or still does in the UFO/UFOs subject.Very interesting article below and worth including here,the rest is available to read from the links provided.
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"Air Intelligence Division Study No. 203 with the help of the Office of Naval Intelligence presents the first important clue that the Pentagon was well aware of the phenomenon's marine nature. This document is one of the rarest documents in the national archives linking the Office of Naval Intelligence to any association with the investigation of the phenomenon and offers an early clue that the study of the UFO phenomenon did not fall totally within the realm of the Air Force. Could the naval UFO experience be more involved than the air force..?

Recent reports by UFO researchers suggest there is an on going Navy effort to destroy any evidence linking the navy to the UFO phenomenon. The reports of UFO sightings being edited out of ship's logs, by UFO researchers, confirms a considerable naval sensitivity to the phenomenon. Researchers have also reported the naval archives in Seacaus, New Jersey appear to have been purposely sabotaged. Documents are missing and files have purposely been mixed chronologically thwarting researchers attempts to do meaningful research at this facility relating to the UFO phenomenon."

link; http://www.illuminati-news.com/ufos-...-viewpoint.htm







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"Two Failed National Security Council Policies: UFO Denial and UFO Extraterrestrialism

Sidney Shalett with full cooperation from the intelligence section of the Air Force's Project Grudge published a two part article that appeared on April 30 and May 7, 1949 in The Saturday Evening Post titled "What You Can Believe About flying Saucers".

This was the first article to explain nationally the Air Force position on the flying saucer enigma. This article skewed flying saucer reports and the concept of flying saucers into absurdity and ridicule. Robert Ginna and H.B. Darrach published, again with full cooperation of the Air Force, a two part article on April 7 and April 14, 1952 in Life magazine titled "Have We Visitors From Space?". In this article the Air Force endorsed the extraterrestrial viewpoint as an explanation for the appearance and origin of the flying saucer phenomenon.

In three short years and in two major national publications the Air Force position went from rigid denial of the existence of the phenomenon to the promotion of the extraterrestrial hypothesis as an explanation for the appearance and origin of the unidentified flying objects. It now can be viewed the two articles were part of a disinformation campaign designed by the NSC to conceal from the American people the fact that a unique non-human technology was operating advanced aeronautical devices in the atmosphere and from the oceans of the Earth.

The promotion of the extraterrestrial hypotheses was apparently viewed as a more manageable policy by the NSC and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as opposed to the continued denial of the phenomenon's reality whose incidence of sightings was on the increase.

Both policies eventually became workable together in undermining the phenomenon's reality and creating a deceptive focal point. Behind the scenes, events almost unbelievable appear to have provided the motivation for the development of these policies. Freedom of information act releases discredit the veracity of both these national articles promoted by the NSC.

In part one of Sidney Shalett's two-part article published on April 30, 1949 Shalett opened with the Air Force's considerable and understandable reluctance to set up a special project to investigate the reported phenomenon.

He mentions the Arnold story (first popular flying saucer sighting) being reported in "Fate" magazine which styles itself as a "cosmic reporter" and mentions that some later reports of UFOs obviously came from hoaxers and publicity seekers. Capt. Thomas F. Mantell's P-51 disintegrated chasing Venus was the conclusion of Dr. J. Allen Hynek, the Air Forces astronomer hired to investigate UFO reports, but later, insiders from the Naval Research Laboratory told Shalett that Capt. Mantell was chasing a Navy cosmic ray balloon.

However illogical and absurd the fact that unexplained things were flying over America, the Air Force could not afford a closed mind. Almost one page was devoted to the RAWIN radar target balloons being the source of the sightings.

In part two published May 7, 1949 Shalett makes it clear that the men who constitute the high command of the USAF do not believe in the flying saucers, flying disks, or space ships from Mars or Russia. Even Generals have seen strange things in the sky. A quote from Gen. Carl Spaatz, "If the American people are capable of getting so excited over something which doesn't exist God help us if anyone ever plasters us with a real atomic bomb". Pilots were known to see strange things, they were usually the cause of black outs, vertigo, self hypnosis, and other sensory Illusions.

There was evidence of hoaxes and the mass hysteria syndrome was possibly being propelled by rumor. Shalett wrapped up the article with distinguished scientist and Noble Prizewinner Dr. Irving Langmuir. Irving had spent a lifetime debunking "pathological science" and lumped flying saucers into this category. When asked by Shalett what he would advise the Air Force about flying saucers, Irving snapped, "Forget It".


Hidden from public knowledge at that time and later obtained through a freedom of information act query, was a classified intelligence document titled "AMC Opinion Concerning 'Flying Disks' "dated Sept. 28, 1947. Part of the document stated "The phenomenon reported is something real and not visionary or fictitious" and... "The reported operating characteristics such as extreme rate of climb, maneuverability (particularly in roll), and action which must be considered evasive when sighted or contacted by friendly aircraft and radar, lend belief to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled either manually, automatically or remotely".

Free of bias in 1948 the British were viewing the UFO events taking place in America from a unique perspective. England had very few UFO sightings and they watched with great interest the peculiar American event as it unfolded. On March 5, 1948 at a meeting of the British ôbrain trustö a group of superiors from the British Interplanetary Society, a question was put "What are the views of the brain trust on flying saucers?"

Of the five members, two had no comment, two cautioned an open mind but suggested the matter was absurd, the last, Arthur C. Clark, viewed the fact that 90 percent of the flying objects were being reported over America and not over the rest of the planet, this was an unlikely condition for alien visitation. [1]

In May, 1950 a little over one year after the publishing of the Shalett UFO denial article editor Jim Bishop of Fawcett Gold Metal Books reported the Pentagon had applied ôa lot of pressureö to prevent the publishing of Donald Keyhoe's book "The Flying Saucers Are Real". Bishop challenged the Pentagon to prove publication of the book would do the country harm. The official Pentagon reply was that it had "no interest" in Keyhoe's book. [2] In contrast to the Shalett debunking article, Robert Ginna and H.B. Darrach's article "Have We Visitors From Space" published in "Life" magazine April 7, 1952 describes an Air Force that maintains constant intelligence investigation and study of unidentified aerial objects.


A policy of positive action using aircraft for interception, radar, and photographic equipment will be used to obtain factual data. Attempts to recover the objects will be made. Operational units of the USAF were ready to report any sightings. Other groups including scientists, pilots both commercial and private, weather observers, anyone whose work concerns the sky are urged to report their sightings to the Air Technical Intelligence Centre.


Now that Project "Saucer" was a standard intelligence function, the Air Force invited all citizens to report their sighting to the nearest Air Force Base. There was no reason to believe the UFO belonged to a foreign power or constituted a direct threat to the United States.

Exhaustive inquiry concluded disks, cylinders, geometrical forms of a luminous quality and solid nature, for several years, has been present in the atmosphere. Globes of green light brighter than a full moon have frequently passed through the skies. The objects cannot be explained by present science as natural phenomenon but solely as artificial devices, created and operated by a high intelligence. No power plant known or projected could account for the performance of these devices.

Ginna and Darrach went on to evaluate 10 UFO cases. In each instance the deduction was the same, the phenomenon's performance was not of this Earth. Nothing from any country on Earth could operate at the speed, altitude, or rate of acceleration of these devises. No known optical or atmospheric phenomenon could account for what was being seen. No human pilot could stand the tremendous "G" loads brought to bear on the airframe. In 10 cases the evaluation was the same, not of this Earth.

The article conclusion was, they were not psychological phenomenon, products of U.S. research, a Russian development, distortions of the atmosphere due to atomic development, or skyhook balloons. Dr. Walther Riedel chief rocket designer from Peenemunde now doing secret work in the U.S., who had kept saucer records was quoted, "I am completely convinced that they have an out-of-world bases." Dr. Riedel's arguments were reinforced by those of Dr. Maurice A. Biot leading aerodynamicist and mathematical physicist, "The least improbable explanation is that these things are artificial and controlled.....My opinion for some time has been that they have an extraterrestrial origin."

In three years the Air Force position shifted from one extreme to the other. What had happened during this short period of time to cause this reversal of Air Force policy? Both articles were promoted by the Air Force Chief of Staff. UFOs did exist, top-secret internal Air Force documents testified to the UFO reality. The extraterrestrial focus was introduced to the American psyche. UFOs were real and they came from "space" was the new official position of Air Force Intelligence.

Major General Charles P. Cabell, Director of Air Force Intelligence Headquarters Washington D.C., skillfully arranged for Bob Ginna and H. B. Darrach of Life magazine to come independently to the conclusion that UFOs were extraterrestrial. The general successfully introduced this new national security policy of viewing the phenomenon as extraterrestrial in nature, into the nation's belief system.


For the successful insertion of this critical intelligence policy into the American belief system, the general was rewarded, by his superiors with a promotion. The general was appointed Director of the Joint Staff. Later the general would serve 10 years as deputy director of the CIA. To FOIA requests soliciting information about the general's intelligence record especially at the Joint Staff, there is no record, the general is literally a non-person.

For over a year Ginna had more liberty at Air Technical Intelligence Center than any other reporter and Ruppelt the head of Project "Blue Book" knew that the Air Force had unofficially inspired the Life article. [3] Never before had a news reporter been given access to the ATIC like Bob Ginna. Ginna fired questions at his hosts at ATIC that made them sweat and rip open bundles of files in search of answers. The Office of Public Relations, at the Pentagon, answer to the surge of newspapermen who flooded ATIC with questions was, "The article is factual, but 'Life's' conclusions are their own."

The article by Ginna, with Air Force cooperation from the highest level set Americas focus on the skies for answers about the critical question, where do UFOs come from? Conspicuously absent in his article was any contribution from the Air Technical Intelligence Center of the numerous marine sightings reported since Columbus's discovery of the New World. The extraterrestrial viewpoint to explain the origin of the phenomenon was formulated by the highest policy body in the nation the National Security Council and implemented into the American belief system by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. UFOs were real and they came from "space".

The Marine Connection

Another top secret document unknown to the American public at the time the Shalett and Ginna articles were published, and not uncovered until 1985 through the Freedom of Information Act by the efforts of researcher Robert Todd, was Air Intelligence Division Study No. 203 titled "Analysis Of Flying Object Incidents In The U.S.". In December 1948 Air Intelligence Division Study No. 203 produced by The Directorate of Air Force Intelligence and Office of Naval Intelligence made the rounds at the highest levels in select segments of the intelligence community.

This document didn't claim the UFOs were interplanetary but considered possible Soviet origin and described the parameters and performance characteristics of past UFO sightings. Startling in this report and with incredible implication were the contents of paragraph No. 7, which stated, "The pattern of sightings is definable." "Sightings have been most intense throughout the states bordering The Atlantic and Pacific coast lines, and the central states of Ohio and Kentucky" the report added "Although reported domestic incidents are widely scattered throughout the U.S., frequency of sighting and number of observers per sighting assumes a definite pattern.

There is a large concentration of sightings along the Eastern Seaboard, another large concentration throughout the Western Coast states, and a few sightings in the Middle West. Distortion of incidents by configuration of object and description of maneuverability is approximately equal in each of these areas and this is believed to further substantiate the possibility that one type of object might have been observed in different aspects of flight".

While the air force has always been associated with the study of the UFO phenomenon here we see a keen interest in the phenomenon by the Office of Naval Intelligence. This secret document of December 1948 records the observation that "Sightings have been most intense throughout the states bordering The Atlantic and Pacific coast lines". This very same observation would be repeated during the massive UFO wave of July 1952. UFOs didn't invade America's airspace from Canada or Mexico they appeared from the sea.

Absent in this report was the heavy concentration of UFO sightings over America's atomic testing grounds, nuclear production facilities, and nuclear storage sites in the Western part of the country. The secret document implied (1) the objects were not a threat to national security, (2) there was no evidence indicating the objects were interplanetary, (3) the objects may be an unknown "natural phenomenon".

Air Intelligence Division Study No. 203 with the help of the Office of Naval Intelligence presents the first important clue that the Pentagon was well aware of the phenomenon's marine nature. This document is one of the rarest documents in the national archives linking the Office of Naval Intelligence to any association with the investigation of the phenomenon and offers an early clue that the study of the UFO phenomenon did not fall totally within the realm of the Air Force. Could the naval UFO experience be more involved than the air force?

Is there a possibility that the Navy had years ago created a special secret group to investigate the strange aerial and marine manifestations? These questions are unequaled in importance in understanding the UFO phenomenon and the evolution of the modern UFO cover-up. Air Intelligence Division Study No. 203 represents the tip of an iceberg, of naval involvement with the phenomenon that has gone unrecognized for over a hundred years.

A considerable collection of data indicates Naval experience with the phenomenon dated back to the turn of the century and the Navy had accumulated more knowledge and experience with the phenomenon than was previously known.

The first journal to routinely publish reports about the phenomenon as early as the 1900's was the U.S. Naval Hydrographic Office's "Notice To Mariners". And the first name given to the enigmatic phenomenon by that same office was "Celestial Phenomenon" seen at sea. Almost fifty years later the air force would call these same enigmatic objects "Unidentified Flying Objects".

One account published in "Notice to Mariners" provides insight into an early serious naval interest in the enigmatic phenomenon. As curious sightings of strange flying objects seen at sea are nothing new in marine history. This one case in particular had the potential to affect and shape naval interest in the phenomenon early in the century more than any other UFO sighting.

The UFO sighting of Lt. Frank H. Schofield while aboard the USS Supply, off the coast of California on the 28th of February 1904 and reported in "Notices To Mariners". Schofield's account was: "The meteors appeared near the horizon and below the clouds, traveling in a group from Northwest to North (true) directly toward the ship"... "At first their angular motion was rapid and color a rather bright red.


As they approached the ship they appeared to soar, passing above the clouds at an elevation of about 45 degrees. After rising above the clouds their angular motion became less and less until it ceased, when they appeared to be moving directly away from the Earth at an elevation of about 75 degrees and in direction West-Northwest (true). It was noted that the color became less pronounced as the meteors gained in angular elevation".

"When sighted, the largest meteor was in the lead, followed by the second in size at a distance of less than twice the diameter of the larger, and then by the third in size at a similar distance from the second in size. They appeared to be traveling in echelon, and so continued as long as in sight".

"The largest meteor had an apparent area of about six suns. It was egg shaped the sharper end forward. This end was jagged in outline. The after end was regular and in full outline".

"The second and third meteors were round and showed no imperfections in shape. The second meteor was estimated to be twice the size of the sun in appearance, and the third meteor about the size of the sun".

"When the meteors rose there was no change in relative positions nor was there at any time any evidence of rotation or tumbling of the large meteor".

"The near approach of these meteors to the surface and the subsequent flight away from the surface appeared to be most remarkable, especially so as their actual size could not have been great. That they did come below the clouds and soar instead of continuing their southeasterly course is also equally certain, as the angular motion ceased and the color faded as they rose. The clouds in passing between the meteors and the ship completely obscured the former. Blue sky could be seen in the intervals between the clouds.

"The meteors were in sight over two minutes and were carefully observed by three people, whose accounts agree as to details." [4]

This account is only another marine UFO sighting in a massive collection of marine sightings, except, the witness later would become Admiral Schofield, Commander In Chief, of the Pacific Fleet in the 1930s. The accountability and detail of the Schofield sighting could only confirm suspicions, collected from numerous historical marine reports, that unidentified aerial objects were operating over the Earth's oceans and seas.

When military personal who have had UFO experiences rise to the highest levels of the military hierarchy it would be prudent to expect that they would give the UFO reality exacting consideration throughout their careers. The probably that a secret Naval project was formed later in the century to analyze the plenteous collection of worldwide UFO sightings is certainly magnified when Lieutenant Schofield's UFO sighting, and his ascent in the naval hierarchy are considered.


The rise of Schofield to CIC of the Pacific Fleet with a perception for unusual marine phenomenon certainly should have influenced the development and direction of naval UFO investigations. Frank H. Schofield was in a position to have had a pivotal influence on the Office of Naval Intelligence concerning UFO investigations.

The name assigned to the frequently occurring phenomenon by the Air Technological Intelligence Center, Unidentified flying object, is woefully incorrect as a name to define the reported phenomenon. Fifty-percent of all UFO reports describe a phenomenon that is flying to the sea, flying from the sea, flying over the sea, diving into the water, coming out of the water, or operating with submarine like characteristics under the sea. [5] An amphibious designation also falls short of accurately portraying the unique marine capability displayed by the phenomenon.

A more comprehensive and definitive name for the phenomenon would have to recognize the multiphibious characteristics inherent to the phenomenon from a numerous collection of land, and marine sightings. The term unconventional multiphibious vehicle (UMV) certainly describes succinctly the reported phenomenon. The implications of the phenomenon's historical association with the sea are compounded by the fact that half of all UFO sightings are reported by a exceedingly small number of observers. This fact, this statistical anomaly is explosive in its indications.

A casual survey of UFO literature is replete with cases of UFOs causing interference and disruptions with the electromagnetic spectrum. Ships compasses wander and deviations in the Earth's magnetic field are reported when UFOs are seen. Cosmic ray indicators fluctuate. Radio and TV disturbances are common. Automobile, truck, and aircraft electrical systems fail in the presence of UFOs.

Plants, animals, and human beings are burnt by radiation emitted by UFOs when in close proximity. Acoustic signatures and sonar contacts have been reported when UFOs are seen entering or emerging from the sea. Intense light emissions of every spectrum are reported in UFO sightings. If UFOs appeared in close proximity to naval vessels and affected radio communications, the naval communications intelligence section of naval operations would have been vigilant of any electromagnetic affect experienced.


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I see that the Australian Air Force or RAAF have joined a host of other nations like Britain,France ,Belgium,Argentina and Brazil to name a few , in releasing its declassified UFO files.There are some gems in these files are what are known in the Hynek classification system as "unknowns" or cases containing high levels of "strangeness".
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Zoe¨ D'Arcy, director of digital and online access at the National Archives, said: ''Where you and I might think UFO - a spaceship - the RAAF and other agencies were probably wondering if there was a security threat.

''Most of the files you read and you think that most probably was a meteorite, but there are ones that you read and you think - well, what could that have been?

''I can't explain that from my knowledge.
''So what was it that these people have experienced? It has that open-ended question to it that I find really intriguing.''


one of the restricted documents, now released. Photo: National Archives of Australia




Mysterious ... a colour-enhanced photo of a UFO seen from Bendigo. One caller dismissed it as a rock band's laser show. Photo: National Archives of Australia;

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci...#ixzz22y1byjfW



"The National Archives holds a number of records relating to unidentified flying objects (UFOs), flying saucers and other unidentified aerial sightings. Most of these records date from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, when public interest in UFOs was high and many sightings were reported to Commonwealth authorities.

There was no specific government agency responsible for the collecting and analysing these sightings, so responsibility fell on the Department of Air. The Department collected reports from defence force members, pilots and air traffic controllers, meteorologists and the general public. During the peak of interest in UFOs the department investigated some reports, trying to establish whether the sighting could be attributed to low flying aircraft, weather balloons or meteorological phenomena.

Reports were also collected by other agencies involved in air safety, research and intelligence, including the CSIRO, the Joint Intelligence Organisation, the Weapons Research Establishment at Maralinga, and the Department of Transport. The Department of Territories kept reports from Papua New Guinea.

Below is a selection of records in the Archives' collection that relate to UFOs. To find further records of interest, you can search the collection"


Training command HQ – reports of unusual activity and aerial phenomenon 1950–55 B5758, 5/6/AIR part 1
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=3083715

Investigations of flying saucers – policy 1953–63 A703, 554/1/30 part 1
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=637518

Investigations of flying saucers – policy 1953–67 A703, 554/1/30 part 2
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=12055824

Investigations of flying saucers – policy 1959–74 A703, 554/1/30 part 3
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=12055850


Reports on flying saucers and other aerial objects 1953–58 A703,
580/1/1 part 1
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=645649


Reports on flying saucers and other aerial objects 1958–60 A703, 580/1/1 part 2
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=645647


Reports on flying saucers and other aerial objects 1960–63 A703, 580/1/1 part 3
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=756666

Reports on flying saucers and other aerial objects 1963–65 A703, 580/1/1 part 4;
http://www.aa.gov.au/cgi-bin/Search?O=I&Number=645645

Additional resources;
Memento, Issue 2 March 2011 – ‘What a gem! Flying saucers and other aerial objects’
http://yourmemento.naa.gov.au/2011/0...erial-objects/

Find of the month, August 2005 – Blinded by the light;
http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/sna...05-august.aspx

link; http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/using/search/
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Here is a very good article below dealing with the uk and usa governmental
departments various methods dealing with those UFO investigators or anyone asking for FOIA UFO documents on specific cases or any UFO report for that matter.I have over the years been keeping up to date with the web site that this article is from and decided that this particular article merits a posting on this thread.
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UFOs and the governments of the USA and UK

by Armen Victorian
From Lobster 32

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"Researchers who ask for pertinent records from the US Air Force about UFOs are provided with a 'Fact Sheet' which states that since the closure of Project Blue Book in 1974, the USAF has no interest in, and does not study, the subject. The USAF information pack refers inquirers to various non-governmental UFO research organizations which are closely monitored, and, at times, directed by various US intelligence and military agencies. (1)
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The men from the Ministry;

In Britain, Air Staff 2 (a), a desk in the Ministry of Defence, manned by junior civil servants such as Nick Pope, J. Palmer, Owen Hartop, Kerry Philpott, and Ralph Noyes, respond to public inquiries. The knowledge of these individuals is limited and their responses consequently sometimes inaccurate. Contrary to claims made by Air Staff 2 (a) that they are privy to all UFO reports, there is a component within the MOD which deals with more serious aspects of this subject.

On October 23 1989, in the course of one of my investigations, I contacted this particular MOD section. After the preliminary conversation I was asked if I was prepared to sell my investigation report to them; and later in the course of the conversation, when I suggested sharing information, citing the national security aspects, I was asked if I was prepared to sign a security agreement concerning this issue. I was further asked to prepare a proposal and submit it to them.

When I inquired about some landing reports, I was asked to specify the date of the particular cases I had in mind. Although this is a component of the MOD, it is not situated in Whitehall. Neither is it Defence Intelligence 55 (DI55), though sources within DI55 have been helpful in other investigations of mine.

Though several individuals in the UK who have witnessed serious UFO cases have been visited by government officials, the MOD has repeatedly denied the existence of such officials. Sometimes in uniform but mostly in civilian clothes, these officials have approached witnesses asking them not to discuss what they have seen with the public or the media. UFO folklore has termed them the Men in Black (MIB).

The section in charge of such investigations is Aerospace Intelligence within the MOD.

The MOD, and Air Staff 2(a) in particular, have been the chief focus of the search for British information on UFOs. But examination of the MOD's old files shows the absence of any Royal Navy reports. There is also a component within the Admiralty in charge of UFO cases reported at sea, about which researchers have little knowledge. I have also dealt with this component, though I do not know its name.
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How the Department of Defense treats UFOs;

Due to its size the US Department of Defence (DoD)does not have a single unit to handle UFO reports. Apart from the many departments known to UFO researchers run from the Pentagon, there is another component about which no public information is available. In the course of studying a serious UFO case from the former Soviet Union, I was advised by the National Reconnaissance Office(NRO) staff in the Pentagon to contact Pentagon House. (2)

Located outside the Pentagon, Pentagon House showed immense interest and I was asked to provide them with the raw material I had.

All the official records made public under the UFO title are unevaluated reports gathered through various human intelligence means. These reports always quote the term UFO, as it has been relayed to them by sources. Mostly these sources are civilians, unaware of the current official terminology used by the US government.

The US military uses two main terms in compiling and studying the UFO subject: Uncorrelated Targets (UCT), for earth-bound unidentified objects, and Uncorrelated Event Reports (UER) for space related events. I wrote to North American Aerospace Defense Command, NORAD, about their terminology. They replied:

'Historically, the term UFO was used by the Air Force starting in 1947 and ending in 1974 with the shelving of the "Blue Book" project. We all know what the term UFO means, we just don't use it.....The specific term "UFO" is not used by this command even though you could say that this term would equate to UTR [unknown track report], either an uncorrelated event or an unknown track, since an unidentified flying object could be considered either.'(3)

Further, I was told, 'Uncorrelated Events Reports (UERs), which are space related events on the United States Space Command (USSPACECOM) side of the house, are always classified SECRET.' (4)

Uncorrelated Targets are categorised as:

Significant UCTs, Nonsignificant UCTs, Critical UCTs, and

False UCTs. (5)

Copies of any serious UCT event are sent to the Missions Systems Integration Board (MSIB). MSIB is composed of all NORAD and US Space Command directorates and senior level representatives from Naval Space Command, Army Space Command and Air Force Space Command. (6)

The regulations governing the UFO topic is USR 55-12, Space Surveillance Network (SSN) of June 1 1992, classified by multiple sources.

'This regulation provides policy and guidance for operations of the worldwide Space Surveillance Network (SSN). It applies to Headquarters US Space Command; the component commands, Headquarters Air Force Space Command; the Naval Space Command, and Army Space Command; the Space Surveillance Centre (SSC), the Alternative Space Surveillance Centre (ASSC); and the SSN sensors except RAF Fyling dales. RAF Fyling dales follows guidance specified in SR55-122/88771/1/GE(s), Joint USAF/RAF Operations Manual (JOM) Ballistic Missiles Early Warning System (BMEWS) Site III, RAF, England.' (7)

In conjunction with this regulation exists US Space Command Regulation 55-20, Warning Verification of Hostile Space Events, dated 31 January 1990, classified secret.

'This regulation establishes procedures to provide timely and accurate status reporting, warning and verification of hostile space events to National Command Authorities (NCA), collateral agencies, space system owners and operators, and defense forces from Headquarters, US Space Command, Space Defense Operations Center (SPADOC).'

Although the US Space Command is the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) '...for records relating to Uncorreletated Targets....the evaluations [of reports are] made by the Command Director and the Air Defense Operations Center of Cheyenne Mountain Air Station on the Unknown Track data'. (8)

The Air Defense Operations Center (ADOC) is a NORAD entity. (9)

All Unknown Track Reports (UTRs) are recorded on NORAD's Form 61, and kept for five years. Data from these files, in summary form, is sent to all relevant government agencies on a need-to-know basis. (10)

Obtaining such records is a legal impossibility because while 'the Aerospace Analysis Directorate [of US Space Command] does perform analysis on NORAD Unknown Track Reports....they perform their analysis under the auspices of their NORAD role, utilising a dedicated NORAD data base' - and NORAD is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act. (11)

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Unknowns;

During the period January to August 1996 NORAD reported 23 Unknowns, some after scrambling interceptor fighters. For example, between January 2 and February 12 there were three scramble attempts, for three events. In two separate instances two F15s were scrambled and the subjects could not be identified. Similarly, on February 10 two F16s were scrambled but failed to identify the object. (12)

NORAD commented, 'Normally 80% of NORAD unknowns are identified. The remaining 20% continues to be called un-known and no further action is taken.' (13)

Another category of reports come from USAF personnel. These reports might be generated by using the International Urgency Signal, PAN, or by ground relay of airborne reports or post-landing reports using FLASH procedure, and are governed by Communication Instructions Reporting Vital Intelligence Sightings(CIRVIS). These reports are maintained in places such as Tyndall Air Force Base (1st Air force), Elmendorf Air Force Base (11th Air force) and NORAD's Canadian headquarters in Ontario, Canada. These reports are compiled in accordance with the Air Force Manual, where it states:

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'Report the following specific sightings:

Hostile or unidentified aircraft which appears directed against the United States, Canada, or their forces.

Missiles
Unidentified Flying Objects
Hostile Flying Objects

Hostile or Unidentified military surface missiles or sub-marines.' (14)
As to any specific terms adopted by NORAD in the course of pilot/radar control communication exchange for UFOs, the answer is 'Unknown Track'. (15)

I asked NORAD if the recovery of downed UFOs was within their jurisdiction - if so which particular teams, or components deal with it? If not, which other particular teams or components, and from which command has such authority? The answer was:'We do not deal with down unknowns, which you refer to as UFOs. Normally, local law enforcement officials and/or security personnel from the nearest military installation get involved with downed aircraft etc. until positive identification is made. Then the vehicle is turned over to its primary agency and/or organisation.'

In contrast to the MOD's repeated assertion that UFOs are not considered a threat to national security, for the US Government 'all unknown tracks are considered a possible threat until proven otherwise.' (16)

NORAD informed me that although there are no British forces assigned to NORAD facilities, 'the British Ministry of Defence does interface and cooperate with NORAD and the United State Space Command(USSPACECOM), on military space systems as they provide support to the warfighter.' (17)

Although 'there are no NORAD facilities outside the Continental United States (CONUS) and Canada....NORAD does receive classified data from England.' (18)

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Footnotes;

1. My archives contain several military intelligence records of unevaluated reports on UFO conferences and symposia. Most of the better known UFO organizations have deep, as well as casual, penetration by both military and intelligence agencies. This has been brought to my attention on several occasions by individuals who were assigned to such missions.

2. This information was made available to me prior to the declassification of the NRO in 1993.

3. NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command)letter to author 19 December 1995.

4. NORAD letter to author November 13 1995

5. US Space Command correspondence 28 April 1993 to author

6 US Space Command letter to author 7 April 1994

6. US Space Command letter to author 7 April 1994

7. US Space Command Regulation USR 55-12, Space Surveillance Network (SSN) June 1 1992

8. US Space Command correspondence with author, 21 July 1995.

9. Ibid. 'The North American Aerospace Defense command (NORAD) is a bi-national Command established by international agreement (33 United States Treaties 1277), and is subject to control by both US and Canadian executive agencies. It is not a US Government agency as defined in the ACT, and consequently, it is not subject to the US Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).'

10. NORAD letter to author 13 November 1995.

11. NORAD letter to author 24 August 1995.

12. Current NORAD records in the author's possession.

13. NR 55-1, Aerospace Reporting System has been revised and altered to 55-14, written by NORAD operators (Nj30G) in the Space Control Centre of Cheyenne Mountain Air Station. NORAD communications of 3 and 13 May 1994 to author.

14. Air Force Manual 10-206, September 1 1995, Operational Reporting, chapter 5, para 5.7.3

15. NORAD letter of 16 December 1995 to author

16. Ibid.

17. NORAD communication with author 17 March 1994

18. Ibid. NORAD also informed me that 'Russia's aerospace command is called the Strategic Rocket Forces, some aspects of their command is similar to NORAD and the USSPACECOM to include surveillance and tracking, early warning and related areas. But their command also includes operational control of all strategic and defensive ballistic missiles.'

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First of the below test is a summary of the man who is being credited with coming out with that the US intelligence agencies (USAF), were considering very SERIOUSLY that some very credible and unexplainable UFO reports could be interplanetary space ships/crafts.This admittance by a man of his stature, experience and know how is remarkable and yet again opens up a whole new perception of just what those military intelligences were really thinking in those years of UFO sightings.
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"Alan Harnden Belmont was born in New York City in 1907. He studied at Diego State College before receiving his degree from Stanford University in 1931. He worked as an account for five years before joining the FBI in 1946. He was initially assigned to Birmingham, Alabama before serving at FBI headquarters in Washington."







Belmont worked in Chicago and Cincinnati before being appointed assistant to Special Agent in Charge in New York in 1944. He held this post until 1950 when he was transferred to Washington and became head of the Domestic Intelligence Division. He now had responsibility for investigating the Mafia. In 1953 he wrote a memo to assistant director, D. M. Ladd: "The Mafia is an alleged organization... The organization's existence in the U.S. is doubtful."


In June, 1961, Belmont was assistant director under J. Edgar Hoover. He was now in charge of all investigative work. This included the investigation of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. According to Donald Gibson (The Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up): "Alan Belmont... was the primary official in charge of FBI activities following the assassination. It is Belmont, not Hoover, who ran the FBI cover-up."


On 28th August, 1964, Belmont received a memo that suggested that the Warren Commission had doubts about the authenticity of the palm print found on the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle: "J. Lee Rankin advised because of the circumstances that now exist there was a serious question in the minds of the Commission as to whether or not the palm print impression that has been obtained from the Dallas Police Department is a legitimate latent print impression removed from the rifle barrel or whether it was obtained from some other source."

However, Belmont was able to persuade members of the committee to accept the authenticity of the palm print.

According to William C. Sullivan, Belmont played an important role in smearing leaders of the civil rights movement including the campaign against Martin Luther King.

Belmont retired from the FBI in 1965 and was replaced as assistant director by Cartha DeLoach. Belmont was then appointed as assistant director of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, an ultra-conservative think tank. Belmont's boss was Wesley G. Campbell, and important figure in the American Enterprise Institute and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
link; http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKbelmontA.htm

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Here is the FBI memo that proves that some military authorities where "SERIOUSLY" considering the possibility of interplanetary craft.
















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Here we concentrate on the rather misunderstood but very important part of the UFO subject and that is the "FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS" of UFO reports/sightings.Here we will see that one of these flight characteristics the pendulum-like motion (swaying back and forth) during hovering, slow climb, or descent. Witnesses frequently have compared this to the gyrations of a falling leaf.

This flight characteristic is quite commonly reported and is one that has given cases that contain this flight characteristic the label of high strangeness.Below is some information on this UFO flight pattern ,likns as usaual are provided for further research.The flight characteristics of UFOs is a very important one as it gives us invaluable data concerning the flight and nanotechnology capabilities of those UFOs that are reported doing these manoeuvres and one that is not so easily dismissed after CGI has been ruled out of a investigated case.
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Pendulum/Falling Leaf Motion;

A curious, but fairly common, flight characteristic of UFOs is a pendulum-like motion (swaying back and forth) during hovering, slow climb, or descent. Witnesses frequently have compared this to the gyrations of a falling leaf.

Sample Cases:
October 11, 1951.
J.J. Kaliszewski (then Supervisor of balloon manufacture for General Mills, Inc.) and Dick Reilly were flying near Minneapolis, Minnesota, observing a balloon at 6:30 p.m. They noticed a bright glowing object overhead moving at high speed from east to west. The UFO had a dark undersurface, and a halo of light. Finally it slowed, and started climbing "in lazy circles." Kaliszewski: "The pattern it made was like a falling oak leaf inverted." [Section VI.]

February 9, 1957.
At 1:00 a.m. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Roger Standeven observed a white oval-shaped UFO with a red light visible on top. The object would stop, "fall like a leaf," speed up again, and repeat the sequence, gaining altitude each time it sped up.

Chart for "(b)Pendulum & Erratic Maneuvers"




POHANO, KOREA; Fall 1954
U.S. Marine Corps weather Observer John A. Potter observed a formation of seven bright orange UFOs moving north to south about 11:00 p.m. The objects, traveling at "a very rapid pace," individually fluttered from side to side as pictured.


(c) Side-to-Side Oscillation;
A very similar pendulum-like motion, occurring as a UFO travels in a horizontal plane (rather than ascending or descending) has been noticed occasionally. It consists of a side-to-side oscillation as the UFO proceeds in a constant direction.

Sample Cases:
Chart for "(c)., Side-to-Side Oscillation"

(3) Violent & Erratic Maneuvers;

In a sample of 40 cases in which erratic maneuvers were reported, there is a noticeable repetition of certain motions which appear to be characteristic of many UFOs. All of the cases involve UFOs which abruptly altered direction and/or speed, usually more than once during the observation. Of the total, 63 percent occurred during night hours.

Reported Shapes:
43 percent round or elliptical UFOs, 50 percent light sources only (no shape discernible).

Witnesses:
28 percent scientific or experienced; 33 percent good; 39 per cent average.

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Hovering & bobbing UFOs;

In 14 cases (35%) the UFOs jumped or "bobbed" around while hovering in one general area of the sky, moving abruptly up and down, side to side. The words "bobbing," "erratic" and "jerky" regularly appear in the report. Sometimes the maneuvers are compared to the bouncing of a ping-pong ball. At least one witness said the motion was like the bobbing of a float on a fishing line.


VIOLENT AND ERRATIC MANOEUVRES;
Chart, Violent & Erratic Manoeuvres

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Zigzagging UFOs;

Another pattern is of UFOs zigzagging across the sky, usually in constant motion rather than hovering in one general area. Twelve cases (30 per cent).

Maneuvering UFOs;

Most of the remaining cases involve motions which can only be described as "maneuvering." These include UFOs which circled, darted here and there, climbed, dove, and reversed course.


D. Concentrations with Time;

The word "flap" has been applied to one feature of UFO activity: periodical surges of sightings with attendant publicity. "Flap" originally was a military slang word indicating a high degree of excitement and confusion, such as might result from the unannounced visit of a V.I.P. to a military base. Its adaptation to similar reactions related to UFO sightings is very appropriate.

The UFO "flaps" have involved elements of sudden news media attention to UFO sightings concentrated in a short period of time, or relatively small geographical area; resurgence of public interest in UFOS (frequently introducing larger numbers of erroneous reports from inexperienced observers); confusion about the interpretation of these events. Analytically, it is not clear whether so-called "flaps" result from and feed on publicity, or vice versa. Does the occurrence of a "flap" really indicate a sudden increase in UFO sightings? Or does it merely represent occasional attention to something which is going on virtually all the time?

Sometimes there have been concentrations of sightings which were widely publicized. At other times there have been concentrations which received little or no publicity (these shall be termed "concentrations" rather than "flaps" here). It appears that "flaps" are the combined products of concentrated UFO activity plus a sudden outbreak of publicity and more

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thorough news coverage. If so, this would tend to give a false picture of total UFO activity.

News coverage and publicity have been spotty and erratic over the years, largely reflecting the degree of official attention to UFOs. In this connection, it is interesting to note that during the past six years the Air Force has constantly debunked UFOs; during that period no real "flap" has occurred in the United States. In the same period, concentrations have occurred.

The following chart probably gives a more accurate picture of real increases and decreases of UFO activity.

Flap Chart on Page 159

June-July
1947

The first major wave of UFO sightings in the United States began in June 1947. Kenneth Arnold, a private pilot flying near Mt. Ranier, Washington, first reported a sighting to the press. On June 24 he observed 9 flat, shiny objects which fluttered and skipped along as if in a chain. In describing the sighting to newsmen, he said the strange objects flew "like a saucer skipped across water." Newsmen promptly dubbed the objects "flying saucers, "and the name stuck.

In the next three weeks, similar objects were spotted all over the country, but reports were concentrated in the north west. Later research in library files, by a NICAP member traveling around the country, uncovered 125 separate UFO reports for June and July. These covered 25 states, with 30% coming from Washington.

Washington 28
Colorado 16
Idaho 11
Utah 8
Oregon 6
California 5
New Mexico 3
Wyoming 2
Arizona 2
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Ninety-one (72% of total) came from states west of the 100 degrees W longitude line. East of that line, Oklahoma had 9 reports, other states had only one or two.

The Air Force Project Blue Book Report, released in 1955, lists for the same period:


June - 13 sightings, 4 unknown
July - 40 sightings, 8 unknown
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53 Total;

link; http://www.nicap.org/ufoe/contents.htm





Manoeuvres. Hovering at any altitude is common. UFOs hover close to the ground for long times instead of landing. The different maneuvers include:


a. falling leaf or UFO-rock like a coin falling in water

b. silver-dollar wobble - like a coin with a slow spin on a flat surface. This maneuver is consistently observed at the end of a rapid descent as the UFO initiates hovering

c. acute-angle turn with rapid stop at the vertex

d. sudden reversal of direction

e. bank and turn - exactly like conventional aircraft

f. straight-away speed run either horizontal or vertical

g. tilt to maneuver "UFOs tilt to perform all maneuvers ... they sit level to hover, tilt forward to move forward, tilt backward to stop, bank to turn"


link; http://www.hyper.net/ufo/vs/m14-016.html

Other Links:

'Ufology' by James M. McCampbell ; http://www.nicap.org/ufology/ufology.htm

UFO Flight - Manoeuvres; http://www.oocities.org/topsecretresearch/maneuver.html


quote;
"Peculiar behaviour such as falling leaf or pendulum motion during vertical descent has been independently reported many times by UFO witnesses in widely separated parts of the world.."
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Default The Kirtland UFO Incident; Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Kirtland UFO Incident; Albuquerque, New Mexico; November 4, 1957;



While many UFO cases from the 1950s/60s are not that well known from a modern perspective it is never the less just as important if these cases had occurred today. The reason is that this case and the cases of this nature carry one very intriguing theme about them,that is that the UFO in question is backed up by ground radar detection be that civilian aviation or military or both.

These kind of cases and the levels of high strangeness they contain due to the witnessed sources and backed up radar hits are more often than not ignored or dismissed out of hand, well i aim to highlight here and show that these kind of cases deserve a complete scientific investigation and respect.

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quote;
"Area 51 and Wright-Patterson AFB are perhaps the best known Air Force installations with connections to the subject of UFOs. but they are by no means the only ones. The UFO incidents that have occurred at or near Kirtland AFB, near Albuquerque, New Mexico, seem to have been ignored by mainstream UFOlogy.. "

This famous sighting occurred in 1957:

Kirtland AFB, near Albuquerque, New Mexico;



quote;
"Apparently the UFO flew right-to-left along the East-West runway, then turned SW toward the tower, stopping near the nuclear weapons storage area for about a minute. McDonald mentioned that the UFO stopped near the Kirtland "Drumhead Area" where the B-58 operated. If the object hovering near a WSA (Weapons Storage Area) didn't get your attention, you have to read what the implications might have been with the B-58 "Hustler"! See Joel Carpenter's preliminary analysis link below. And there's a lot more.

CAA tower personnel, R.M. Kaser and E. G. Brink, were reliable observers with 23 years of airport control tower experience between them. A lighted object came down steeply at the east end of a runway, left the flight line, crossed runways, taxiways, and unpaved areas at about a 30 degree angle, and proceeded southwest towards the control tower at an altitude of less than 100 feet. Observed through through 7x binoculars, the object appeared to be egg-shaped, having no wings, tail, or fuselage, and was elongated vertically.

It appeared to be fifteen to twenty feet tall, about the size of an automobile standing on its nose, and had a single white light at its base. After the UFO left the area it was tracked on a CPN-18 surveillance radar and it exhibited some amazing flight characteristics. The object also came back towards Kirtland until it took up a position behind an Air Force C-46 that had just taken off. It stayed in position behind the C-46 until they both moved out of radar range.

There have been several UFO incidents in and around Kirtland AFB through the years. A questionable one happened in 1980, but the one of November 4th, 1957, was one that has stood the test of time and has been well covered by Hynek, McDonald, etc.

link; http://nicap.org/kirtland57dir.htm

Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico ;
4 November, 1957
2245 MST ;


Witnesses: FAA(CAA) tower personnel, R.M. Kaser and E. G. Brink, reliable observers with 23 years of airport tower control experience between them.

Weather: Light rain.

A lighted object came down steeply at the east end of runway 26, left the flight line, crossed runways, taxiways, and unpaved areas at about a 30 degree angle, and proceeded southwest towards the control tower at an altitude of less than 100 feet. Observed through through 7x binoculars, the object appeared to be eggshaped, having no wings, tail, or fuselage, and was elongated vertically. It appeared to be fifteen to twenty feet tall, about the size of an automobile standing on its nose, and had a single white light at its base. Both Kaser and Brink emphatically stated that the object in no way resembled an aircraft.


When the object was about 3000 feet ENE of the tower, it stopped completely and hovered for about a minute. Then it began moving again, slowly at first, but then suddenly climbing at an extremely rapid rate of speed until it disappeared into the overcast sky. The object was in clear view at all time, with no intervening obstructions, according to the two men.

At this point Kaser and Brink phoned the CAA Radar Approach Control (RAPCON) unit to ask them if they could detect a fast target to the east. RAPCON was using CPN-18 surveillance radar at that time. Radar showed that the target moved eastward, then turned south at very high speed until it reached the vicinity of the Albuquerque Low Frequency Range Station, where it circled for several minutes. Then it came back towards Kirtland until it took up a position behind an Air Force C-46 that had just taken off. It stayed in position behind the C-46 until they both moved out of radar range.
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Here below is a quote from one Dr Allan J Hynek who was a scientific consultant on the USAF UFO investigation committee named "project blue book";



Dr Hynek:
quote;
"We will never know whether UFO reports represent genuinely new empirical observations if we continue the type of logical fallacy illustrated by the Air Force analysis of a radar-visual UFO report from Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1957.

Two witnesses in the control tower reported at 11:00 p.m. that an object, which looked (through binoculars) like a lighted, up-ended automobile, came within 200 feet of the ground when it disappeared behind a fence in a highly restricted area, easily visible from the control tower, then rose abruptly at very high angular rate and disappeared.

It was observed visually for about six minutes, about half of that time through binoculars, and tracked in part by radar. The report of the Air Force officer who investigated this case, which is in the Bluebook file, states:

The two sources are Airways Operations Specialists with a total of 23 years experience. Both were on duty in the control tower at Kirtland Air Force Base when the sighting was made - both appeared to he mature and well poised individuals, apparently of well above average intelligence, and temperamentally well qualified for the demanding requirements of control tower operators.

Although completely cooperative and willing to answer any question, both sources appeared to be slightly embarrassed that they could not identify or offer an explanation of the object which they are unshakably convinced they saw. In the opinion of the interviewer, both sources are completely competent and reliable...


Twenty-one Years of UFO Reports by Dr J. Allen Hynek;
http://www.cohenufo.org/Hynek/hynk_21yrs_rprts.htm
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For the first time, the legendary 2006 Russian documentary 'Third Reich - Operation UFO' in its entirety, fully translated into English and available for free viewing. Many thanks to Irina Du Toit for the translation and the saucer people for the subtitles.

The film explores the historical mysteries and rumours of a Nazi secret base in Antarctica, the 1947 flying saucer attack on Admiral Byrd's ill-fated 'Operation Highjump' expedition and the occult origins of Third Reich anti-gravity engines, flying discs and ancient Atlantean technologies viewed through the lens of perhaps the three most mysterious twentieth century German organisations of all: the 'Thule Society, 'Vril Society' and the 'Ahnenerbe'

One of the core themes of the film is the alleged existence of 'Base 211', the legendary underground Nazi base in the Antarctica. Drawing upon the pre-war Nazi interest in Antarctica and the creation of 'New Swabia'; the testimony of German U-Boat submarine commanders and the alleged disappearance of thousands of Nazi scientists and engineers at the end of the war, personnel that cannot be accounted for by the Vatican and Odessa 'rat lines' or American 'Operation Paperclip' activities. In addition, the film analyses the actual geo-physical possibilities of an underground base in Antarctica.

The other core theme is the alleged existence of a Nazi flying saucer program and the many evidential strands that this area generates. From the supposed channeling of extraterrestrial engineering schematics by members of the German occult group 'Thule Society' in the early part of the twentieth century to the 'implosion engine' of Viktor Schauberger and its possible appropriation by the Third Reich.

Bringing us to the the latter part of the twentieth century the documentary illustrates the many sightings of unknown crafts around the Antartic region and the theoretical basis for polar wormholes as entrance and exit points for visiting extraterrestrial spaceships and the possible involvement of HAARP, as well as asking why nearly all American Antarctic bases seem to be populated by agents of the National Security Agency and CIA.

Like the study of any phenomena and/or events that exist at the edges of consensus reality, occupy imaginal realms and are subject to historical revisionism; the interface of myth and reality is a shifting mosaic of fact, speculation, disinformation and fantasy, or to use the phrase of head CIA counter-intelligence spook, James Jesus Angleton, we have entered a "wilderness of mirrors".

Certainly there are elements in the documentary that give cause for concern such as the alleged "Special Bureau 13", the Nazi secret flying saucer research group and its similarity to the top secret government agency in the early eighties role playing game "Bureau 13: Stalking the Night Fantastic " (though equally the RPG title could be an insider homage to this secret Nazi organisation). Likewise, there is the lack of information on the existence of the US Navy destroyer 'Murdoch' in the testimony recounted by pilot 'John Sireson' in his description of the flying saucer attack on Admiral Byrd's fleet (testimony taken from an interview by the late pioneering American researcher Leonard Stringfield).

Equally, the testimony of Admiral Byrd that flying saucers attacked the 'Operation Highjump' fleet is of historical record as is his testimony to Congress of enemies that have the ability to fly "pole to pole". Likewise, the creation of 'New Swabia' is as much a historical fact as the 'impossible' existence of the 'Piri Reis' map.

What sets this documentary apart from most others of its kind is the inclusion of high ranking Russian scientists and military personnel and their testimony should not be discounted.

As the great American anti-fascist researcher Dave Emory says of many elements of deep politics: "its food for thought and grounds for further research".

Exopolitics UK and 'The Saucer People' are looking for other non-English UFO/alien related videos to help translate and subtitle, we have dozens of Russian documentaries waiting to be translated into English. If you speak Russian and are interested in translating any of this material please get in touch.

Likewise, if your country of origin has produced any UFO/alien documentaries and are interested in creating English translations to be subtitled please contact us.

It took a lot of hard work to make the translation of this documentary into English and create the subtitles and we would like to dedicate our work to the late American researcher Wendelle Stevens who is quoted in the film, In our opinion, Wendelle, who sadly died in 2011 was one of the few genuine professional researchers in the UFO community who like Linda Moulton Howe, actually went and spoke to the subjects and witnesses and researched cases first-hand.
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