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Originally posted by Outrageo
However, with a little digging they are rather easy to find - and far more important - they are all 40-50 years old!
It is of profound negligence that the finest, fastest, highest-flying, best-funded, most-exploratory, farthest-reaching space entities in the world have NOTHING in their current (or even recent, last couple of decades) in their files, libraries, or training programs that SUPERSEDED this (above) documentation?
What? - Did the USAF suddenly STOP training all their astronuts and pilots on what to do, procedurally, when they intercept, encounter, or otherwise report on anomalous aerial activity? That's would be rather stupid, wouldn't it?
The following documents were discovered by The Black Vault that pertain to reporting UFOs by the U.S. Military, Government and Commercial installations.
1. Air Force Instruction 10-206 [87 Pages] - Although contrary to what the Air Force wants you to believe, still on the books is the reporting procedure for UFOs. (Current revision: October 15, 2008)
2. Air Force Regulation 200-2 [8 Pages, 4.76mb] - This Regulation establishes procedures for information and evidence material pertaining to unidentified flying objects and sets forth the responsibility of Air Force activities in this regard. It applies to all Air Force Activities.
3. JANAP 146(E) [33 Pages]
4. UFOB - History of the 4602nd Air Intelligence Service Squadron, 1 Jan to 30 June 1955 [74 Pages, 3.76mb]
“You might also consider it advisable to add that should the Flying Saucer actually make a landing on Canadian territory, the nearest RCAF Command should be advised immediately by telegram… Maybe we had better talk over this when you have thought it over.”
A.J.G. Langley, Defense Research Board Director of Scientific Intelligence -April 19, 1950.
Originally posted by mcrom901
thanks Outrageo for your comments.... appreciated....
i cant help but to think.... that there is a connection between these reports and the comments made by Bob Dean in this clip......
Originally posted by Outrageo
Plausible denial is just not good enough anymore. Where is the truth?
Originally posted by converge
Also, if the matter receives the highest classification (state secret, critical to national security, etc) I believe all documentation and information classified under that umbrella, including procedures and policies, could be indefinitely and continuously classified and exempt from FOIA and so on.
COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUCTIONS REPORTING VITAL INTELLIGENCE SIGHTINGS (CIRVIS)
5.1. Subject and Purpose. This report provides vital information to the security of the United States and Canada which, in the opinion of the observer, requires very urgent defensive action or investigation by the US and/or Canadian Armed Forces.
188.8.131.52. Unidentified flying objects.