posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 08:36 AM
there is a section in the military UFO manual on clean up operations.
It says to photograph everything before it is moved.
It says the area must be cheaked for radiation or toxic materials.
Craft are to be approached with extreme caution if they appear functional as serius injury may result from exposure to raditation and electrical
"If the craft is functioning, but appears to be abandoned, it may be approached only by specially trained MJ-12 RED TEAM personel wearing protective
clothing. Any device that seems to be functioning should also be
left to MJ-12 RED TEAM disposal. Complete craft and parts of crafts too large to be transported by covered transport will be disassembled, if this can
be accomplished easily and quickly. If they must be transported
whole or on open flatbed trailers, they will be covered in such a manner as to camoflage their shape.
Extraterrestrial Biological Entities. EBEs must be removed to a top security facility as soon as possible. Great care should be taken to prevent
possible contamination by alien biological agents. Dead EBEs should be packed in ice at the earliest opportunity to preserve tissues. Should live EBEs
be encountered, they should be taken into custody and removed to a top security facility by ambulance. Every effort should be taken to ensure the EBEs
survival. Personnel involvement with EBEs alive or dead must be kept to a minimum (see chapter 5).
5 Cleansing the area
Once all material has been removed to a secure site, the immediate area will be thoroughly inspected to make sure taht all traces of Extraterestrial
Technology have been removed."
I'm not 100% sure of the authenticity of the document but it does sound plausible. Hope that answers your question