Thursday, 22 August 2013

UFO Article & Video:
“New Stephenville, Texas, UFO radar data video”


By Harold Daniel, 15 August 2013
(UFO Sightings Report)

Harold Daniel presents the UFO radar data video and explains how he made it:

https://www.sightingsreport.com/blog_posts/new-stephenville-texas-ufo-radar-data-video

It was the Mutual UFO Network that acquired the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Weather Service radar data.

The Stephenville UFO incident occurred on 8 January 2008.













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UFO Article (Blog):
“The Air Force Investigates The Flying Disks”


By Dr. Michael D. Swords, 1 September 2009
(The Big Study)

Michael D. Swords informs about the first inquiries (in 1947) the U.S. Air Force made into UFOs:

http://thebiggeststudy.blogspot.no/2009/09/air-force-investigates-flying-disks.html













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UFO Article (Blog):
“Car effects case in newly available RAAF file”


By Keith Basterfield, 21 August 2013
(UFOs – scientific research, Campbelltown,
New South Wales, Australia)

Keith Basterfield reports on the fifth and final Department of Defence UAP file (5/3/1 Air Part 11, with a date range beyond 1984)  he has received:


The file originated with Headquarters RAAF Base Pearce. The base is situated in Bullsbrook, north of Perth, Western Australia.

On 13 June 1985, at around 5:15 a.m., Arthur John Barber encountered a UFO while driving south on the Old Coast Road (near Lake Clifton, Western Australia), according to the RAAF file. The bright orange UFO, which was estimated to be about 300-400 yards away, followed the car for several kilometres. Barber noticed the following physiological effects: Heat, upset stomach and smell.

Wikipedia article: “RAAF Base Pearce”:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAAF_Base_Pearce














The official badge of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) 

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