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Rendlesham Forest UFO Bentwaters 30 Year Anniversary Reunion Plans

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posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 04:18 PM
Source: Philip Mantle
Subject: Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident 30th Anniversary.

Witnesses to the UFO in Rendlesham Forest:
30-Year Anniversary Reunion Planned


Organizers of the 30th Anniversary of the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident are asking for all fellow USAF staff and any other witnesses, who had anything to do with the December 1980 incident, to attend the 30-year reunion next year in England. It
will be held at RAF Bentwaters and will attempt to reconstruct the most complete picture of the incident ever.

The organizers are looking for anybody involved in the incident who would like to come over to England and/or or go on tape talking about the incident. This includes USAF/RAF staff, UFO researchers and witnesses in the area, as well as those who have worked on previous documentaries on the incident.

We are looking for anybody who knows anything about what happened, not just the main players, right down to the person who was in the command post on the nights of the events. We would welcome any assistance in getting to the bottom of a 30-
year mystery.

Some former USAF Security Police personnel who were assigned to the Weapons Storage Area during that period have also reported UFO activity at the WSA. We are seeking information from those persons as well.

If you would like to become involved, either as a witness or a sponsor, please contact us at or check our blog at:

posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 04:41 PM
I was stationed there then. We heard about it but waaaay after the fact. Wish I could visit Ipswich again. Lots of good memories.

posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 04:47 PM
Oh, just an FYI the actual sightings came from RAF Woodbridge. Bentwaters sister base.

In WWII bases used to be "paired" so that healthy, undamaged aircraft could land at one base, and damaged aircraft could land at the other. Bentwaters was the healthy aircraft site and Woodbridge was the damaged aircraft site.

I know, off topic, but a little FYI.

posted on Jul, 5 2009 @ 05:15 PM
In other words...

Give us money, or help us make money lol.

Seems like it'll be a good show though, good luck!

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