Sunday, 26 July 2020

UFO News Article:
“No Longer in Shadows, Pentagon’s U.F.O.
Unit Will Make Some Findings Public”

23 July 2020
(The New York Times, New York City, New York)

The article reports that the U.S. Navy’s UAP Task Force will soon present some of its findings.

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The Pentagon (2008), Arlington, Virginia
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UFO TV News Report:

17 July 2020
(Fox News, New York City, New York)

Source: eventimus (YouTube channel)

Marco Rubio is a Florida Republican.

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(Image: Fox News/

UFO Report:
“The 1979 UFO Chronology”

Created: 15 October 2007
Updated: 6 December 2016

Quote from the UFO report:
“This is currently a 14-page chronology of UFO incidents and events for 1979. Our thanks for these chronologies must go to Richard Hall (the original 1979 chronology from UFOE II), Dan Wilson (archive researcher), and Jean Waskiewicz (online NICAP DBase [NSID]). You will note the many foreign reports that we are now being able to access. Our special thanks to Dan Wilson for getting those to us. As more come in, this page will be updated. Previous chronologies (1947 to 1969) involved the expertise of two other team members: William Wise (Project Blue Book Archive) and Brad Sparks (Comprehensive Catalog of Project Blue Book Unknowns).

This year was the second and final season for Project UFO which was an NBC television series. Based loosely on the real-life Project Blue Book, the show was created by Dragnet veteran Jack Webb, who pored through Air Force files looking for episode ideas. The show was produced by Col. William Coleman who had had his own spectacular UFO sighting while in the Air Force.

Francis Ridge
NICAP Site Coordinator

Feb. 3, 1979, Camp New Amsterdam, Netherlands
Night? An object with three very bright white lights and one red light flew at an altitude of 150 to 200 meters (about 500 to 650 feet) and an average speed of 50 to 100 kilometers per hour (about 30 to 60 miles per hour) over the flight line of the Soesterberg base. At times it was seen to emit a beam of light to the ground. The object did not make a sound and was seen by many airmen at the base. The object twice flew along the flight line before departing at a high rate of speed. This was the summary of an investigative report by three members of the working group NOBOVO, including Dr. W. deGraaff, who worked at the (Harmons) Astronomical Institute. (Unidentified: The UFO Phenomenon, 144, Robert Salas)

April 19, 1979; Talisay, Philippines
Police witnesses reported seeing a mother ship which later spewed out smaller UFOs, all of which landed in a valley. Military authorities were investigating. [Manila, Philippines (UPI), May 1, 1979.]

Aug. 27, 1979; Warren, MN
1:40 a.m. Frightening UFO case which involved physical trace elements. Deputy Sheriff Val Johnson was patrolling near the North Dakota border when he noticed a bright light coming through his side window. Johnson knew it was not typical vehicle lights. He thought it might be a small plane in trouble and about to crash.

Sept.17, 1979; Eichstatt, Germany
12:15 AM. In the Bavarian town of Eichstatt three pentagon-shaped UFOs were seen by many, including 10 police officers. One object hovered at 500 meters, then shot away. (Sources: MUFON UFO Journal, October 1981; Larry Hatch, U computer database, case 13306, citing MUFON).

Oct.15, 1979; Dover, DE
G,V, AF radar & 2 UFOs, state police vis.

Dec. 29, 1979; N. Illinois
11:00 PM. ‘We had a call from the sheriff’s department at 11:00 PM, and they said they were looking at a UFO. We looked on the radar and observed the target in the area westbound, very fast. There were three controllers and myself. We watched the target and it stopped, changed direction to a north heading, went north for about three miles, stopped again, went southwest for five miles, stopped again, went westbound right up to the Mississippi River, stopped there, then continued westbound. It covered 54 miles in three-and-one half minutes, plus it stopped four times. We were receiving a strong return. There were no known aircraft in the area. I have never seen an aircraft at that speed turn that fast. The stops were very abrupt and the turns were very abrupt. I don’t know of any airplane that can turn that fast. We picked up a second object at 11:04 PM and it proceeded southwest until it was directly over the Mississippi River at which time it turned southbound and paralleled right over the river for about half-a-mile and moved away to the west-southwest. After we picked up the second object, I checked back with the sheriff’s department and was advised that they had observed another object. The position the sheriff gave me correlated with the targets we saw.’ (MUJ-186,13)”

Wikipedia article: “Soesterberg Air Base”:

Quote from the Wikipedia article:
Soesterberg Air Base (IATA: UTC, ICAO: EHSB) was a Royal Netherlands Air Force military air base located in Soesterberg, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) east-northeast of Utrecht. It was first established as an airfield in 1911, and in 1913, the Dutch Army bought the field and established the Army Aviation Division.

For almost 40 years, United States Air Force facilities at Soesterberg, named Camp New Amsterdam was a major front line USAFE air base during the Cold War. The base was closed on 31 December 2008, due to budget cuts in the Dutch Army. The air base ceased flying operations on 12 November 2008, when the command was transferred from the Dutch Air Force to Dutch Defense who will take care of the base until it will be given back to nature. The last fighter ever to depart, delayed due bad weather at Aviano AB, was a Greek F-4E Phantom II. The former USAFE part stays in military hands, and will now officially be called Camp New Amsterdam.”

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Soesterberg Air Base, Soesterberg, The Netherlands

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