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MUFON 'SWAT team' ready for UFO close encounters

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posted on Mar, 12 2009 @ 06:17 PM
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MUFON 'SWAT team' ready for UFO close encounters


www.examiner.com

It's late one summer evening at your suburban backyard bar-b-que. You and 14 of your closest friends are standing around eating burgers and cole slaw. Suddenly a football field-sized triangular-shaped object silently moves toward a nearby field, hovers at about 200 feet, then gently touches ground.

Fifteen minutes later this hulking gray metallic object simply lifts off of the ground again and quickly disappears into the night sky. You move swifly to a computer and sign on to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) reporting center and complete a witness report.

A UFO "swat team" moves in the next day - set in motion from a nationally organized team led by MUFON International Director James Carrion. While the suburban bar-b-que story is fiction, this new team is very real.

MUFON's Star Team Impact Project (SIP) can be deployed anywhere in the U.S. to be on the scene of a close encounter of the second kind (a UFO landing) within 24 hours of a report.
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posted on Mar, 12 2009 @ 06:17 PM
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Well it was about time this happened.
I heard recently that a very wealthy man is supporting MUFON for this to be realised. I do not remember the thread but it must have been posted on ATS. Hopefully this is not a sighting suppresant technique.

MUFON has also released an Investigator's Manual but they charge 45$ for it.... Dissapointing and much of material for debunkers to comment on...

www.examiner.com
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posted on Mar, 12 2009 @ 06:29 PM
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OMG ... this could actually be the premise for a new series kind of like "The Office" or "Big Bang Theory".

A group of nerdy, stereotypical, guys and a couple of chicks driving around the state in an old, white MUFON van chasing UFO reports and finding mostly hoaxes or natural phenomena. The jokes are endless ...



posted on Mar, 12 2009 @ 06:57 PM
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Yes i know but hopefully it might operate as advertised....
Who knoes we live in strange times.....



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