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originally posted by: deloprator20000
You believe them?
Jack Brewer's efforts to get two redacted sections of a significant government document bearing upon UFOs declassified have now borne fruit, and he discusses the results in this post. The document deals with problems many individuals have in addressing "perceived unusual phenomena," and what to do about it. The now-liberated sections have to do with an actual example in which individuals at an American "listening post" reacted variously to a novel phenomenon being reported among Eastern Bloc countries, and specific suggestions on organizing information handling teams to deal with such challenging information. Both sections make for interesting reading, as do the lessons Brewer draws from them and their context.
The document offers some intriguing points for consideration. Among them is the author's interest in Air Force personnel reactions to surprise data. Also noteworthy, in my opinion, is the author's seemingly at times uncritical interpretations of reported UFO phenomena and ways to conduct investigation.
NSA Fully Releases 'UFOs and the IC Blind Spot' Doc Following FOIA Request