Wednesday, 21 March 2018

UFO Article (Blog):
“UFO Dives at Military Police Officers,
and a US Army ‘Serious Incident Report’ ”

By Paul Dean, 16 March 2018
(UFOs – Documenting The Evidence, Melbourne, Australia)

Quote from the article:
“During the early hours of September the 8th, 1973, the United States Army’s historic Hunter Army Airfield, located near Savannah, Georgia, was apparently the scene of a provocative, ‘close encounter’ UFO incident. Two military policemen, MP Specialist Bart Burns and MP Specialist Randy Shade, who were assigned to the 298th Military Police Company (298th MPC) at Hunter, were the main witnesses. The local Provost Marshall at nearby Fort Stewart was involved, and event was the subject of a US Army ‘Serious Incident Report.’ Two years later, Army officers at Headquarters, 1st Brigade, 24th Infantry Division, at Fort Stewart, would have to deal with the event all over again. Considerable media attention was given to the UFO sighting, and both witnesses were able to make statements to reporters. In fact, press coverage was so swift that it appears that local the Army units were caught somewhat off guard. Furthermore, the next night, on the 9th of September, 1973, MP Burns, and other military police officer, MP Murray, would report another UFO in the vicinity of Hunter, though this secondary incident was little more than a light–in–the–sky event. Ultimately, in a rare coup, the Army would officially release significant documentation under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).”

The article contains several U.S. government documents
(U.S. Army) and two news articles.

Wikipedia article: “Hunter Army Airfield”:

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UFO Case Directory (RADCAT):
“Key Radar Case (CCL #17)
July 29, 1952
20 mi W. of Port Huron, Michigan”


The whole UFO case report:
Fran Ridge:
This report is case #17, on the official clearance list of 41 formerly classified Air Technical Intelligence UFO reports cleared for Maj. Donald E. Keyhoe by Albert M. Chop, Air Force Press Desk.

Brad Sparks:
July 29 [28?], 1952.  20 miles W of Port Huron, Mich (at 43.0° N, 82.8° W).
9:40-10 p.m. (EST).  One of 3 USAF F-94B's on an ECM exercise at 9,000-9,500 ft from 61st FIS at Selfridge AFB climbed to 20,000 ft on a 270° heading when it was vectored to a UFO headed S [or SE?] at 625 mph from Saginaw Bay by GCI air defense radar [apparently FPS-3, Port Austin AFS, Mich.] (callsign ‘Avenger’) [tracked about 7 mins evidently].  Ground radar told pilot Capt. Edward J. Slowinski (Sloan) to look at his 3 o’clock low position for a target (to the N), but found nothing, then told to look at 3 o’clock high (radar man recalled ‘low’ then ‘high,’ pilot said he was told ‘high’ then ‘low’).  F-94 turned right to pursue [~9:47 p.m.].  Object suddenly reversed course with a tight 180° turn back N on ground radar scope [evidently at 300 mph to match F-94’s speed, in a visible loop on the radar scope on a right turn paralleling the F-94’s right turn but tighter].  As the F-94 continued right turn, radar observer Lt. Victor Helfenbein picked up target at 4 miles range on APG-33 airborne radar, level with jet altitude, at 60° relative or 2 o’clock (about 330° to 360° azimuth depending on how far into the turn) (pilot said Helfenbein reported 2:30 o’clock).  Airborne radar contact made [for possibly 20 secs during the turn] then at dead ahead 12 o’clock position radar got lockon for 30 secs until target ‘jumped lock’ when it apparently almost doubled its 4-mile [or 4-5 mi] distance in one sweep of the ground radar accelerating to 1,400 mph average speed [4-mile jump in 10-sec sweep of radar, thus reaching peak 2,600 mph at about 20 g’s].  Jet briefly put on afterburner to try to close distance with object on 360° heading at 21,000 ft increasing speed with afterburner to about 350 knots IAS (about 490 knots TAS or 560 mph) [for about 3 mins?], but object would put on a burst of speed and pull away from the jet.  F-94 pilot first saw multiple lights ahead as if from a jet aircraft, but no exhaust or trail, and followed the GCI vectoring to target ahead between 12 o’clock and 1 o’clock positions.  Object appeared ‘many times larger than a star’ then ‘took on a reddish tinge, and slowly began to get smaller, as if it were moving away,’ and changed color from reddish then bluish-green then white then red again in sequence (both crew members in agreement) low on the horizon to the N (possibly the star Capella and unrelated to radar target, though Helfenbein was an expert celestial navigator since 1943 with 1,400 flying hours and had never seen anything ‘like this before’; also another F-94 followed same N route about 10:30 p.m. with Capella still visible but did not see it as unusual or anything else).  F-94 continued N heading [for about 5 mins] at about 300 mph as object maintained lead at 6-10 miles range, with GCI telling F-94 crew they were not gaining on the target on scope.  Chase ended with F-94 about 5 miles N of peninsula (map shows 10 mi ENE of Burnt Cabin Point at 44°07’ N, 82°45’W) return due to low fuel, object then slowed to 200-300 mph before disappearing after another 1-2 mins.  (Sparks;  McDonald 1968;  McDonald papers;  Mary Castner/CUFOS;  Loren Gross July 21-31, 1952 SUPP pp. 71-77;  Ruppelt pp. 171-172, 190;  BB Status Rpt 8, pp. 27-28, in NARA Roll 85, p. 701-2, Maxwell Roll 1, pp. 674-5;  Todd Lemire) 

Capt. Edward J. Ruppelt:
......  less than six hours after the ladies and gentlemen of the press said ‘Thank you’ to General Samford for his press conference, and before the UFO’s could read the newspapers and find out that they were natural phenomena, one of them came down across the Canadian border into Michigan. The incident that occurred that night was one of those that even the most ardent skeptic would have difficulty explaining. I’ve heard a lot of them try and I’ve heard them all fail. (RUFOS, 171)” presents several U.S. government documents (U.S. Air Force) that pertain to the case.

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Tuesday, 20 March 2018

U.S. Government UFO Document:
“Office Memorandum: SUBJECT:
BUREAU FILE # 65-50300”

31 January 1949
(Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.)


The memorandum was sent from “SAC, San Antonio,” Texas, to “Director, FBI.”

Quote from the document:
“At recent Weekly Intelligence Conferences of G-2, ONI, OSI, and F.B.I., in the Fourth Army Area, Officers of G-2, Fourth Army have discussed the matter of ‘Unidentified Aircraft’ or ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ otherwise known as ‘Flying Discs’, ‘Flying Saucers’, and ‘Balls of Fire’. This matter is considered top secret by Intelligence Officers of both the Army and Air Forces.”

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Monday, 19 March 2018

UFO Video Interview:
“Interview: Doug Trumbull -
Special Effects Legend and UFO Hunter”

Published: 5 August 2016
(Open Minds Production, Tempe, Arizona)

Source: Open Minds Production (YouTube channel)

Quote from the video text:
“He is currently working to develop UFO hunting technology.”

Douglas Huntley Trumbull
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UFO News Article (Blog):
“TTSA needs a new game plan”

19 March 2018
(De Void, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Florida)

Billy Cox asks some pointed questions aimed at the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

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Sunday, 18 March 2018

UFO Article:
“Dr. James McDonald Foo Fighters Document File”

By Grant Cameron, 31 March 2012
(The Presidents UFO Website)

Grant Cameron presents 16 documents.

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The late Dr. James Edward McDonald, U.S. Physicist &
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UFO Case Directory (RADCAT):
“Secret Report: Unidentified Radar Return
(BB 1095)
April 4, 1952
Duncanville, Texas”


The whole UFO case report:
Fran Ridge:
In May of 2005 we found MAXW-PBB9-1289 (an AIIR, Air Intelligence Information Report) while looking for something else. Since I was working on White Sands cases I set it aside. Then, a week later, I stumbled across another reference. NARA-PBB85-654 mentioned an unidentified radar return. It was marked with brackets as secret. However, it was listed as having occurred on April 8th at 2000 hours (8:00 PM). I checked the NICAP Db and it wasn’t there, so I then went to the ‘Bluelist,’ the outdated PBB Unknowns. Duncanville was listed, as Item 1095, and as April 5th. But Dan Wilson & Brad Sparks had noted the correct date as April 4th.

Brad Sparks:
April 4, 1952.  Duncanville, Texas (BBU 1095)
8:30 p.m. (CST)  USAF Cpl. Billy D. Greer and PFC John W. Harrington of the Radar Maintenance Section, 147th AC&W Squadron, tracked unidentified target by FPS-10 radar first to the NW at 310°-315° azimuth at about 70 nautical miles (80 miles) moving at high speed of about 2,160 knots (2,500 mph) until it disappeared off the scope at maximum range of 260 n.mi. (300 miles). Height-finder reading not taken, estimated at 42,000+ ft due to radar beam coverage at max range. (Jan Aldrich;  FUFOR Index)” presents the following U.S. government documents (U.S. Air Force) that pertain to this case: “AIR INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORT” (“Subject: Unusual Radar Target”) and the NARA-PBB85-654 document.

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UFO Book Excerpt:


The book excerpt comes from the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena’s 1964 book, The UFO Evidence.

Quote from the book excerpt:
“Date & Location: Nov 6, 1957; nr. Danville, Ill.

Names: State Policeman Calvin Showers, John Matulis

Description: Brilliant white light, changing to amber and orange, viewed 20 minutes; cruiser radio failed.”

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Friday, 16 March 2018

UFO Media Video Report:
“A Pilot Risks His Career to Report a UFO”

(AIR & SPACE Magazine, Washington, D.C.)

Video text:
“For a pilot, filing a UFO report can potentially hurt one’s career. That didn’t stop the captain of Aurigny Flight 544 from reporting what he saw en route to Alderney.”

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UFO News Article & TV News Report:
“Mysterious object in the sky leaves
Charlotte neighborhood wondering”

Updated: 13 March 2018
(WCNC NBC Charlotte News, North Carolina)

A Charlotte, North Carolina, homeowner’s surveillance camera recently recorded glowing orbs (or one orb), WCNC NBC Charlotte News reports.

The self-luminous objects (or object) were (was) filmed both at a distance and close to the house.

The TV report contains an interview with Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center.

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Thursday, 15 March 2018

UFO News Article & TV News Report:
“ ‘They investigated quite significantly’:
Canadian government researched UFO sightings”

13 March 2018
(CTV Winnipeg, Canada)

CTV Winnipeg presents a TV report about a Canadian government UFO document that was newly found in the Canadian National Archives.

The document, discovered by the Canadian UFO researcher Chris A. Rutkowski (interviewed in the TV report), is titled “CDS BRIEFING ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS.”

The creator of the document (dated: 15 November 1967) is Wing Commander D. F. (Douglas Furg) Robertson of the Canadian Forces.

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UFO Article (Blog):
“The Robertson Briefing: An inside look
at how one government viewed UFOs”

By Chris A. Rutkowski, 28 February 2018
(Ufology Research, Winnipeg, Canada)

Chris A. Rutkowski reports on a Canadian government UFO document he newly found in the Canadian National Archives.

The document was created by Wing Commander D. F. (Douglas Furg) Robertson of the Canadian Forces.

The document (dated: 15 November 1967) is titled “CDS BRIEFING ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS.”

Quote from the article:
“And since these unexplained cases involved physical evidence, reputable and highly trained witnesses, and even military and police investigations, these were the kind of cases that would have challenged the scientific community and demanded further attention.”

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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

UFO Report:
“NARCAP International Air Safety Report 1:
Near-Miss with UAP near Sao Paulo, Brazil Airport in 2004”

By Dr. Richard F. Haines, Chief Scientist, June 2009
(National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP), Temecula, California)

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UFO News Article:
“Wyoming UFO Viewed - Sheriff, Newsman See”

11 June 1964
(Corvallis Gazette-Times, Oregon)


Sheriff L. C. Brinkerhoff and six other persons saw a noiseless UFO near Burlington, Wyoming, on 8 June 1964, according to the article.

Quote from the article:
“The sheriff said he had an aircraft landing light on his car he uses for a spotlight.

‘It’s good for 3,000 yards and I turned it on. Then whatever it was shined the brightest light I ever saw into our car. It was 10 or 15 times as bright as my landing light.’ ”

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Monday, 12 March 2018

UFO TV News Report:
“Granite Staters Talk About UFO Sightings”

Published: 8 March 2018
(ABC WMUR 9 News, Manchester, New Hampshire)

Source: WMUR-TV (YouTube channel)

Commander David Fravor, U.S. Navy (Ret.), recounts the
14 November 2004 USS Nimitz UFO incident (occurred about a hundred miles south west of San Diego, California).

Fravor was flying his F/A-18F Super Hornet jet fighter when the incident occurred.

At the time of the UFO incident, Fravor was the commanding officer of the VFA-41 Black Aces, a U.S. Navy strike fighter squadron.

The TV report also contains an interview with Mark Podell, a former New Hampshire MUFON investigator.

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Google Searches:
Focus On the U.S. Navy’s
2015 GO FAST UFO Footage

The 2015 footage was recorded (off the U.S. East Coast) by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR forward-looking infrared system.

The fast-flying, white, oval shaped object has no obvious wings, tails or exhaust plume, according to the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

Wikipedia article: “Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet”:

Wikipedia article: “AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR”:

Wikipedia article: “Raytheon”:

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UFO TV News Report:

Published: 12 March 2018
(Fox News, New York City, New York)

Source: Fox News (YouTube channel)

Fox News reports on the U.S. Navy’s GO FAST video. The 2015 footage was recorded (off the U.S. East Coast) by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR forward-looking infrared system.

The fast-flying, white, oval shaped object has no obvious wings, tails or exhaust plume, according to the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

The TV report contains an interview with Luis Elizondo.

Elizondo, an intelligence official, ran the U.S. Department of Defense UFO programme, the Advanced Aerospace (or Aerial) Threat Identification Program.

Elizondo is now the Director of Global Security & Special Programs for the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

During the interview with Elizondo, Tucker Carlson remarks: “The bottom line is — this is a potential threat, a grave one to our country!”

Wikipedia article: “Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet”:

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Sunday, 11 March 2018

UFO Article/Video:

9 March 2018
(To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, U.S.A.)

The To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science reports on the U.S. Navy’s GO FAST video. The 2015 footage was recorded (off the U.S. East Coast) by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR forward-looking infrared system.

The fast-flying, white, oval shaped object has no obvious wings, tails or exhaust plume, the article informs.

The article is dated 9 March 2018, according to The UFO Chronicles (

Wikipedia article: “Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet”:

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Saturday, 10 March 2018

UFO News Article:
“The military keeps encountering UFOs.
Why doesn’t the Pentagon care?”

9 March 2018
(The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.)

The article is written by Christopher Mellon.

A segment of the article deals with the U.S. Navy’s GO FAST video. The 2015 footage was recorded (off the U.S. East Coast) by a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet using the Raytheon ATFLIR forward-looking infrared system. The Washington Post presents the video.

Mellon is a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and a former Minority Staff Director, Senate Intelligence Committee. He is now the National Security Affairs Advisor for the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science.

Christopher Mellon
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