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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