Friday, June 21, 2013

Eight more National Archives of Australia UAP files available to download in PDF

Hi all,

Thanks to the further efforts of UK researcher, Isaac Koi, and the generosity of Melbourne based researcher Paul Dean, additional NAA UAP files can now be downloaded by you.

Eight more of the RAAF's UAP files have been collected and converted to PDF files. To read Isaac's post on the "Above Top Secret" website, and find the link for the download please click here.

If you haven't already downloaded the earlier batch of some 85 NAA UAP files, then please take a look at my earlier post (click here.)

There are now only eight NAA UAP files which we are waiting to have digitised and then converted to PDF. I will advise you when these are available to download.

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