posted on Jan, 2 2007 @ 08:30 AM
Well, now, here's something interesting.
The Department of Defence has a manual on what to do in different filming situations. For instance, if you're on the battlefield and film enemy
aircraft, where you send those pics/vids to, etc.
More interesting for us ATSers is the section in the report detailing the filming of UFOs and Aerial phenomenon.
You'll have to scroll through this document to get to the juicy stuff.
That being said, I'm sure the DoD is just covering its bases with this report. But it's interesting to note the priority it places on videos and
images of UFOs.
C22.214.171.124.2. NORMAL priority subject imagery has major operational value (and potential archival or historical value), but less than imagery
classified as HIGH Priority. Examples include the searching of captured enemy bunkers or facilities, briefings and video reports on joint training
exercises, and follow-on deployments of troops, aircraft, and weapons systems to overseas locations.
While "normal" sounds routine, it's actually the DoD's second highest imagry priority rating, in seven catagories of descending importance.
This also harkens to mind that despite countless denials by government agencies of the existence of UFOs, the DoD at least indicates they do occur and
they want those images.....