Sunday, 2 September 2012

U.S. Government UFO Document:
FROM: Amembassy, OTTAWA/
SUBJECT: Unidentified Flying Objects/
DATE: 13 April 1966”
(National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland)

The ChargĂ© d’Affaires a.i. is the author of the letter:

Quote from the document:
“Frequent recent reportings of unidentified flying objects at various points in Canada have led to considerable interest in the subject in the House of Commons. The Library of Parliament has asked the Embassy whether any recent published reports on unidentified flying objects in the United States are available.”

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UFO News Article:
“Air defense command passes on Etna UFO”,
5 December 1975 (Bangor Daily News, Maine)

A UFO was sighted by Rose Aldrich, Rae Hicks and Elizabeth
Gatcomb while they drove down Route 2 in Etna, Maine on
3 December 1975, at 10:39 p.m., according to the article:,2394536

The UFO had red and bright, white lights and seemed to land in a field.

Quote from the article:
“Mrs. Aldrich’s report, Kindschi (Del Kindschi, public information officer of NORAD at Ent in Colorado) confirmed, had reached his desk.

‘NORAD doesn’t investigate UFO sightings,’ said Kindschi.

‘Since no radar track was shown, we wouldn’t investigate it further.’ ”

“Etna, Maine” (

Satellite photo of Etna, Maine (
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UFO News Article:
“NORAD fails to find UFOs seen on radar”,
13 November 1975 (The Windsor Star, Canada)

Two U.S. National Guard jet fighters were sent to the Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) area to check for UFOs on 11 November 1975, according to the The Windsor Star:,4811025

The jet fighters were sent from the NORAD base at Selfridge, Michigan.

Quote from the article:
“The radar tracking of an object was observed early Tuesday morning by staff of the Canadian Air Forces base (official name: Canadian Forces Station Falconbridge) at nearby Falconbridge. Several area police also saw four objects they described as bright, white lights.

In Colorado Springs, Colo., Del Kindschi (not Kindschia), a public information officer for NORAD, confirmed that Falconbridge had sent a report on the radar sighting.”

Canadian Forces Station Falconbridge, Ontario, Canada
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UFO News Article:
“Air Defense Command Sees No Threat In UFOs”,
18 October 1967 (The Modesto Bee, California)

The Modesto Bee informs about a NORAD News Service article called “UFOs – NOT SAUCERS, NO THREAT, SAYS NORAD”:,3977123

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Headquarters NORAD and USNORTHCOM,
Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado
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NORAD Combat Operations Center, Cheyenne Mountain Complex,
Colorado Springs, Colorado ( photo)