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It appears that the authors did indeed pay attention to ideas and recommendations. In succeeding editions of The Fire Officer’s Guide to Disaster Control, all information on malevolent alien UFOs has been removed.
"This manual is a national guide used by many local fire officials in disaster planning, and it is also approved by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Act). With all of the denial by official military channels of the reality of UFOs, it surprises us to see that a manual with so much information would even broach the subject of UFOs in such an "official" way."
Originally posted by Gawdzilla
This information is several years old. FEMA develops protocols for the unknown. Doesn't mean there are UFOs, just that they have a protocol in case one turns up. Seriously, do you expect the government to publish a smoking gun?
This is what happens when you let the views of one person override a consensus. It’s one thing to fight for a cause in the face of adversity. It’s a completely different thing to insert those views where they just don’t belong.