posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 04:27 AM
page 1 provides information about the amount in cubic feet and storage location of the textual records and microfilms arranged chronologically, for
project blue book, alongside details on how and where to apply for copies. mentions that the last two rolls of film contain filmed versions of all
photographs. other sound and motion pictures are held elsewhere by NNSM & NNSP
page 2 and 3 list a bibliography of 'helpful' publications ranging from amongst others, george adamski, j allen hynek, carl g jung, carl sagan and
page 4 is blank
page 5 is a copy of a fact sheet describing the reasons for termination of project blue book in 1969. 12,618 sightings were recorded in total, of
which 701 remained classed as 'unidentified' *
**the fact that even 1 should remain classed as such and that all future reports are dismissed should be a cause in itself for worry or at least
further investigation into why the apparent lack of concern about unknown objects in the sky seems the norm. after all, if 701 suspected terrorists
remained at large and nobody did anything about them or about future reports of terrorists then that would surely cause an outcry!
page 6 goes further into the attitude of why it's not worth their time to investigate ufo sightings and where bases should refer witnesses to if they
receive any future sightings. oddly, they feel the need to stress that there never was at any time either extraterrestrial visitors dead or alive nor
their equipment stored at wright patterson afb
page 7 is blank
pages 8 - 16 contains the index of sightings
page 17 is blank
pages 18 to 21 detail the aims of project blue book and how to carry out the classification of sightings. what to report and what not to report.
page 22 contains the conclusion that nothing they investigated was a threat to national security (and apparently never will be). interestingly, they
contradict themselves on this page by stating that the air force will continue to investigate all unusual aerial phenomena reports when they stated
several pages back that they would refer all future sightings to private ufo investigators.
page 23 refers to to listed internal use only sections and states that the air force has no evidence that earth has ever been visited by anyone. it
details the price per page of projects grudge, sign and blue book special report should copies be requested.
page 24 lists more 'useful' non-military books to read
page 25 breaks down the amount of sightings per year that pbb dealt with
pages 26 & 27 list statistical data for the years 53-65 like astronomical, aircraft, balloon, satellite, other etc
page 28 instructs what information should be taken in the event of a fireball being observed and who to forward the information onto
pages 29 & 30 considers the feasibility of visitors form mars or venus, and how and when they would have to leave their planetary location to arrive
at earth. it assumes they would have to leave during certain times and travel at x speed to reach earth and then compares this information to the
reports during the pbb years. (this assumes of course that any alien would use earth type technology and reasoning to travel from a-b)
page 31 is an extract from the book 'first men to the moon' by wernher von braun, asking the question "what is your opinion of ufo's".
page 32 refers to nighttime sky surveys and ufo sightings and is written by carl sagan.
pages 33 to 36 are also by carl sagan and go into more detail on his views of ufo's.
pages 37 & 38 are poorly legible copies of what seems to be (revised) information about the search for mj-12 documentation. the last page mentions
mary ronan's search through the records for mj12 & majestic information and concludes none was to be found