But first, happy New Year from Adelaide!
11. UFOs as advanced technology.
This is another copy of the two page document referred to in a previous post. It has a sub-heading "UFOs in advanced technology."
12. French Government UFO study.
A single, undated 1 page item. Apparently page 6 of a longer item. Headed "French Government UFO Study." It reports on the 1978 GEPAN French UFO study group's findings.
13. Communications intelligence (COMINT) reports-UFOs.
This is a two page teletype message with many blacked out portions. The sense of the document is reporting observations. Bits of text which can be read include "The light was a satellite not an aircraft." "The light was subsequently identified as at least one aircraft." "It was a cargo flight."
14. COMNAVSECGRU visual sighting report.
A two page sighting report dated 30 April 1979 concerning a bright white light bearing 02? el 15 deg. Originally pulsating at approx 1 second intervals, the light pulsed in concentric rings of light "...which flared from the central source...diminishing in brightness as they drew further and further away from the original source." A blue-green beam of light "...appeared from the central core" extending out and down to the left. The beam retracted. Finally, the beam and core formed a "...nebulous cloud-shaped mass..." At the end the city of HAVA. In the text is marked "Posit of Muller 23 17 82-19W.
15. Report bibliography.
A 9 page "Defense Documentation Centre" document listing a few references such as the National Academy of Sciences review of the Condon Report. Nothing startling.
16. Now you see it now you don't.
A three page document, declassified 4 Dec 1981 attributed to Captain Henry S Shields, HQ USAF/INOMP. An account of the 1976 Iranian aircraft case.
Comments on 14. This sounds strangely like the recent Scandinavian Russian missile launch which appeared as concentric rings of light.
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