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Robert Dean (Ufologist)
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Name: Robert O. Dean
Education: ancient history, psychology, and philosophy at Indiana University
Field: US Army (Retired)
Paranormal Area: Ufologist
Robert Orel Dean (born 1929), also known as Bob Dean, is a retired Command Sergeant Major in the US Army, who became notable in UFOlogy circles
after he claimed to have viewed "Cosmic Top Secret" documents detailing alien activity on Earth. He now lectures in ufology around the world and has
been described as 'an elder statesman of the UFO community'
Dean has appeared many times on radio, TV documentaries and at conferences discussing the subject of UFOs and Extraterrestrial life. 
Dean is also notable for having successfully sued his employer under anti-discrimination laws on the ground that they were treating him unfairly
because of his belief in UFOs. 
2 Army Service
3 Alleged NATO document on UFOs—“The Assessment”
4 Career after retirement from the military
5.1 Further reading
6 External links
Dean majored in ancient history, psychology, and philosophy at Indiana University, completed extensive studies in archeology and theology and holds
the equivalent of a masters level degree in Emergency Management
 Army Service
Dean served in the army for 27 years . He fought as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army during the Korean War. In 1963, Dean was assigned to SHAPE
(Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe) which at that time was just outside Paris (it later would be relocated to Mons, Belgium).
 Alleged NATO document on UFOs—“The Assessment”
In 1964, a USAF colonel, Col. Frank Collins, gave Dean, a Command Master Sergeant and access to a copy of a document called An Assessment. Dean states
that there were only 15 copies, one of which was kept in the safe. Dean said he read it every chance he had, being able to able to access the document
because he had Cosmic Top Secret Clearance, As would be expected in the case of such a high security classified document Dean has been unable to
provide a copy to prove his recount.
Dean states the document An Assessment: An Evaluation of a Possible Threat to Allied Forces in Europe, (published in 1964) was one & a half inches
thick, and is a secret NATO report on UFOs. The document was accompanied by 8 1/2 inches of Annexes and Appendices.
The report, was ordered to be compiled by British Air Marshall Sir Thomas Geoffrey Pike, Deputy SACEUR (Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe) from
August 1963 until his retirement in 1967. The report was prompted by a Red Alert event that is claimed to have happened on 2 February 1961 at 0200
hrs. A formation of approximately 50 flying disc-shaped objects flew at very high altitudes, at very high speeds under intelligent control. They came
from the east, flew over Germany, France, England and continued north until they disappeared over the Norwegian sea.
The titles of some of the annexes of the report, Dean states, were as follows: Radar and Electromagnetic Effects, Optical and Light Analysis,
Photographic and Holographic Analysis, Historical Research and Historical Evidence, Metallurgical and Technical Analysis, Atmospheric Physics and
Meteorology, Biological Analysis and Autopsies, Sociological Problems, Psychological Problems, Theological Implications, and Worldwide
"The Assessment", concluded in 1964 that there were four different extraterrestial civilizations visiting Earth but by the time of Dean’s
retirement from the military in 1976, he claims, the assessment was there were at least twelve different extraterrestrial civilizations visiting
 Career after retirement from the military
After retiring from the military in 1976, Dean worked for the Federal Emergency Management Agency until his retirement in 1996. Dean became the former
Arizona Assistant Director and Pima County Director for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and is a former member for Center for UFO studies (CUFOS) and
the Ancient Astronauts Society. He also served twelve years as a member of the board of Directors for the Aerial Phenomenon Research Organization
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