Sunday, 16 December 2012

French Government UFO Sightings Database:
(GEIPAN, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales,
Toulouse, France)

GEIPAN presents French UFO case reports:

English translation:

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UK Government UFO Documents: 
“UAP in the UK Air Defence Region: Volume 2”
(Date released proactively: 15 May 2006)
(UK Ministry of Defence, London, UK)

The UK Ministry of Defence presents Technical Point Papers:

The badge of the UK Ministry of Defence Combined Services
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UFO News Article:
“Roscoe Drummond: Honest Answers
Overdue On Flying Saucer Question”,
28 March 1966 
(The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, Florida)

In this article, Roscoe Drummond argues that the time has come for the President or Congress to name an objective and respected panel to investigate, appraise and report on all present and future UFO evidence about what is going on:

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UFO News Article:
Anything On UFOs, Air Force Says”,
30 March 1966 (The Miami News, Florida)

Part of the article reports on the ongoing argument between 
U.S. Marine Corps Major Donald E. Keyhoe and the U.S. Air 
Force regarding the UFO issue:

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UFO News Article:
“Military Report Once Accepted Space ‘Saucers’ ”,
‎4 January 1967 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pennsylvania)

The article reports on the UFO research work of U.S. Air Force Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, the Air Force’s three UFO projects, Project Sign, Project Grudge and Project Blue Book and the alleged 1948 Project Sign document, “Estimate of the Situation”:

It was Edward J. Ruppelt’s 1956 book that first publicly disclosed the document. The book was cleared by the U.S. Air Force.

Quote from the article:
“Today the Air Force denies that such a document ever existed. But Ruppelt claimed he saw it. It was, he wrote, a thick document printed on legal-size paper, with a black cover with ‘Top Secret’ printed across the cover.”

Ruppelt was the director of Project Blue Book from March 1952 until late 1953.

He was also the director of Project Grudge from late 1951 until 
it became Project Blue Book in March 1952, according to the 
Wikipedia article, “Edward J. Ruppelt.

The late Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, U.S. Air Force,
Head of Project Blue Book (1952-1953)
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