Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Lecture Video Clip:
Tucker Carlson Talks About UFOs


15 July 2019
(National Conservatism (Conference), 14-16 July 2019,
Washington, D.C.)

Source: eventimus (YouTube channel)

Tucker Carlson is host of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and co-founder of the conservative news and opinion website, “The Daily Caller.”

Carlson is now one of the few TV hosts anywhere in the world who consistently reports on the latest big UFO news.

“I am serious. And it turns out like they’re real,” Carlson says in this video clip.


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Tucker Carlson
(National Conservatism (Conference)/youtube.com image)

U.S. Government UFO Document (FOIA):
“Subject: Unidentified Flying Object Sighting”


31 January 1976
(National Military Command Center, Washington, D.C.)

Source: NICAP.org

The whole document (not written in U.S. Department of Defense document format):
“MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD

1. At 310805 received phoncon from AFOC: MG Lane, CG, Armament and Development Test Center, Eglin AFB, Florida called and reported a UFO sighting from 0430 EST to 0600 EST [31 January 1976]. Security Policemen spotted lights from what they called a UFO near an Eglin radar site.

2. Photographs of the lights were taken. The Eglin Office of Information has made a press release on the UFO.

3. The temperature inversion analysis indicated no significant temperature inversion at Eglin AFB at that time. The only inversion present was due to radiation from the surface to 2500 feet. The Eglin surface conditions were clear skies, visibility 10-14 miles, calm winds, shallow ground fog on the runway, and a surface temperature of 44 degree F.

FRED A. TREYZ
Brigadier General, USAF
Deputy Director for Operations (NMCC)”

http://www.nicap.org/760131eglindoc.htm

Wikipedia article: “Eglin Air Force Base”:


Quote from the Wikipedia article:
Eglin Air Force Base (AFB) (IATA: VPS, ICAO: KVPS, FAA LID: VPS) is a United States Air Force base in western Florida, located about three miles (5 km) southwest of Valparaiso in Okaloosa County.

The host unit at Eglin is the 96th Test Wing (formerly the 96th Air Base Wing).[2][3] The 96 TW is the test and evaluation center for Air Force air-delivered weapons, navigation and guidance systems, Command and Control systems, and Air Force Special Operations Command systems.

Eglin AFB was established 84 years ago in 1935 as the Valparaiso Bombing and Gunnery Base.”

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(nicap.org) (National Military Command Center/nicap.org image)


DOD’s first F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter soars past the 33rd Fighter Wing flightline with two F-16 Fighting Falcon chase aircraft before landing at its new home at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., July 14. Its pilot, Lt. Col. Eric Smith, of the 58th Fighter Squadron, is the first Air Force qualified JSF pilot. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Joely Santiago) (eglin.af.mil) (text by eglin.af.mil)


















Satellite photo of Valparaiso, Florida (tageo.com)
(tageo.com photo)

UFO Case Report:
“Jan. 31, 1976; Eglin AFB, FL”


(NICAP.org)

The whole UFO case report/U.S. government UFO document:
“4:30 EST (3:30 CST). UFOs were spotted over the base’s Armament Development and Test Center, just like it happened in Loring AFB in 1975. This 31 jan 1976 NMCC memo (nicap.org) dated the same day at 1400 EST states:

1. At 310805 received phoncon from AFOC: MG Lane, CG, Armament and Development Test Center, Eglin AFB, Florida called and reported a UFO sighting from 0430 EST to 0600 EST. Security Policemen spotted lights from what they called a UFO near an Eglin radar site.

2. Photographs of the lights were taken. The Eglin Office of Information has made a press release on the UFO.

3. The temperature inversion analysis indicated no significant temperature inversion at Eglin AFB at that time. The only inversion present was due from [to] [my addition] radiation from the surface to 2500 feet. The Eglin surface conditions were clear skies, visibility 10-15 [10-14] [my addition] miles, calm winds, shallow ground fog on the runway, and a surface temperature of 44 degree F.

[Signed] Fred A. Treyz, Brigadier General, USAF Deputy Director for Operations (NMCC) (Actual FOIA document)”

http://www.nicap.org/chronos/1976fullrep.htm

Wikipedia article: “Eglin Air Force Base”:


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