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US National Security Agency UFO Documents Index



The documents listed on this page /http://www.nsa.gov/ufo/ were located in response to the numerous requests received by NSA on the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO). In 1980, NSA was involved in Civil Action No. 80-1562, "Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. National Security Agency". Documents related to that ligitation are marked with "*". "XXXXX" has been inserted in a title if a portion of the title has been deleted prior to release. To select a document click on the document title, and wait for the PDF version to be downloaded to your local viewer. Approximate file sizes are given after each selection for user convenience.
These historical documents are PDF images of formerly classified carbon paper and reports that have been declassified. Due to the age and poor quality of some of the PDF images, a screen reader may not be able to process the images into word documents. In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, individuals may request that the government provide auxiliary aids or services to ensure effective communication of the substance of the documents. For such requests, please contact the Public Affairs Office at 301-688-6524.
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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2009, 05:58:00 pm »

UFO Documents Index

The documents listed on this page were located in response to the numerous requests received by NSA on the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO). In 1980, NSA was involved in Civil Action No. 80-1562, "Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. National Security Agency". Documents related to that ligitation are marked with "*". "XXXXX" has been inserted in a title if a portion of the title has been deleted prior to release. To select a document click on the document title, and wait for the PDF version to be downloaded to your local viewer. Approximate file sizes are given after each selection for user convenience.

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Commonly Requested UFO Terms for which No Records Have Been Found

   1. * In Camera Affidavit of Eugene F. Yeates - Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. NSA (Civil Action No. 80-1562)
   2. * Communications Intelligence (COMINT) reports [broken into sizable parts for viewing]
      PART A
      PART B
      PART C
      PART D
      PART E
      PART F
      PART G
      PART H
      PART I
      PART J
   3. * Affidavit of Eugene F. Yeates - Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. NSA (Civil Action No. 80-1562)
   4. "U.F.O. Files: The Untold Story" by Patrick Huyghe
   5. "Govt.'s Super-Secret Security Agency Warns: Take UFOs Seriously or Be Prepared for Sneak Invasion by Space Aliens" by Thomas L. Muldoon, National Enquirer
   6. "The U.S. Government and the Iran Case"- IUR Report
   7. "Report of U.F.O. Crash in '47 Called False by Science Panel"- The New York Times
   8. "What the U.S. Government Knows About UnidentifiedFlying Objects" by Peter Gersten, Frontiers of Science
   9. "Is the CIA Stonewalling?" by Richard Hall
  10. "The Government and UFOs"
  11. "UFO As Advanced Technology"
  12. "French Government UFO Study"
  13. Communications Intelligence (COMINT) report - "XXXXX Unidentified Flying Objects"
  14. COMNAVSECGRU visual sighting report
  15. "Report Bibliography" issued by the Defense Documentation Center
  16. "Now You See It, Now You Don't" by Captain Henry S. Shields, HQ USAFE/INOMP
  17. Joint Chiefs of Staff report concerning the sighting of a UFO in Iran on 19 September 1976
  18. Exploitation Report - A Fragment, Metal Recovered in the Republic of the Congo
  19. Navy report - Country: Cuba, Subject: UFO
  20. Routing and Transmittal Slip from Louis E. Foster, DIA with a DIA summary sheet and US Defense Attache report on the sighting of a UFO in Iran on 19 September 1976
  21. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Flying Saucers Are a Myth
  22. Department of State report - Subject: Tunisian Firefall
  23. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Celestial Body Observed over Antarctica
  24. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Political Report for August 1965
  25. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Unidentified Flying Objects
  26. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Sighting of Object Possibly Originating from
      Space Vehicle
  27. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Unidentified Flying Objects
  28. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Unidentified Flying Objects Reported Over Angola
  29. Department of State AIRGRAM - Subject: Report of Unidentified Object Which Fell Near Municipio of General Teran, N.L.
  30. American Embassy Tunis report - Subject: Unidentified Flying Objects
  31. Report from Air Force Special Security Office - Subject: (Unclassified) UFOB NEAC Area
  32. General Accounting Office Report to the Honorable Steven H. Schiff, House of Representatives - Government Records - Results of a Search for Records Concerning the 1947 Crash Near Roswell, New Mexico
  33. * Memorandum and Order - Citizens Against UFO Secrecy v. National Security Agency
      (Civil Action No. 80-1562)
  34. "Communication With Extraterrestrial Intelligence" by Lambros D. Callimahos
  35. * "UFO Hypothesis and Survival Questions"
  36. * "UFO's and the Intelligence Community Blind Spot to Surprise or Deceptive Data"
  37. Memorandum for the Record - Subject: Information Request Solicitation
  38. United States Air Force Fact Sheet 95-03 - "Unidentified Flying Objects and Air Force
      Project Blue Book"
  39. Report of Air Force Research Regarding the "Roswell Incident"
  40. JANAP 146
  41. Key to the Extraterrestrial Messages by H. Campaigne
  42. Extraterrestrial Intelligence by Howard H. Campaigne

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\\that the U.S. Govemment Knows
f1i:-{)i-'}}About Unidentified Flying Objects
by PETER GERSTEN
New York attorney PETER A. GERSTEN has been
pressing the legal effort on behalfofUFO groupssuch
as CA US (Citizens Against UFO Secrecy) - for
nearly three years. Gersten currently awaits a U.S.
Appeals Court decision on release ofovernvo hundred
additional CIA documents relating to
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The evidence:
The Government's position:
"No UFO reported, investigated
andevaluated by the A irForce has
ever given any indication ofa
threat to our national security. "
-Air Force. 1980
USAF Security intercepted a Cuban pilot's report of the encounter
between his MIG·21 and a UFO.
has possible implications for our na- reveal that during October,
tionalsecurity which transcend the in- November, and December of 1975,
terests of a single service. reliable military personnel repeatedly
"I therefore recommend that this sighted unconventional aerial objects
Agency and the agencies of the in the vicinity of nuclear-weapons
Department of Defense be directed to storage areas, aircraft alert areas and
formulate and carry out a program of nuclear-missile control facilities at
intelligence and research activities re- Loring Air Force Base, Maine; Wurtquired
to solve the problem of instant smith AFB Michigan; Malstrom AFB,
positive identification of unidentified Montana; Minot AFB, North Dakota;
flying objects: . and Canadian Air Forces Station, On-
A draft of a proposed National tario.' Many of the sightings were conSecurity
Council directive was at- firmed by radar. AtLoringAFB,theintached
to the memorandum. terloper "demonstrated a clear intent
Unfortunately, it appears that the on the weapons storage areas."
NSC directive fell by the wayside. The incidents drew the attention of
Now, twenty-nine years later, the the CIA,the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and
"current situation," contrary to official the Secretary of Defense. Though the
denials, still poses serious implica- Air Force informed the public and the
tions for our national security. press that individual sightings were
UFOs as a Threat isolated incidents, an Air Force document
says that "Security Option III"
was implemented and that security
measures were coordinated with 15
At last! New evidence for the
existence of unconventional
aerial objects relies no longer on the
credibility of civilian reports but on
the records of scientists, military personnel,
intelligence analysts, lawenforcement
officers and other reliable
and responsible people. Their
testimony can be found in three
thousand pages 'of previously
classified documents on UFOs released
(mostly through Freedom of Information
Act suits) over the past few
years by the Departments of State/
Army/Navy/Air Force/Defense, the
Federal Bureau of Investigation, the
National Security Agency, the'
Detense Intelligence Agency and the
Central Intelligence Agency.
This overwhelming evidence indicates
that Unidentified Flying Objects
do exist, and that some of them
are unconventional craft that (IJpose a
threat to national security and (2) perform
beyond the"range of present-day
technological development.
Furthermore, there is evidence that
our government has continually
misinformed the public concerning
the true significance of the "UFO problem."
National Security and UFOs
"It is my view that this situation
has possible' implications for our
national security. "
-Central Intelligence Agency, 1952
In late 1952, a memorandum was
drafted for CIA Director Walter B.
Smith's signature, to be sent to the Executive:
Secretary of the National
Security Council. The memo's subject:
"Unidentified Flying Objects." The
document shows that the CIA had
"reviewed the current situation concerning
unidentified flying objects
which have caused extensive speculation
in the press and has been the subject
of concern to. government
organizations:
It was the Director's opinion. based
Where are the startling 1952
cases the led the CIA to the brink
ofa major scientific study?
FOOTNOTES
• Memorandum for Record; for the
Joint Staff; from L.j. LeBlanc, Jr .•
Brigadier General, USMC &: Deputy
Director for Operations. NMCC:
subject: Reports of Unidentified
Flying Objects (UFOs); July 30,
1976. .
4. ·Rees Letter": AFOSI lAir Force or.
fice of Special Investigations), 17th
District. Kirtland AFB, New Mexico:
letter to director of AFOSI: May
/25,1950.
v5. "Cuban Incident": Air Force Security
Service 6947th Squadron technician's
statement to Stanton T. Friedman;
October 27,1977.
6. Memorandum for Director of Central
.Intelligence; subject: Flying
• Saucers; by E. Marshall Chadwell,
Assistant Director, Scientific Intelligence;
September 24, 1952.
i.: Memo; to E. james Archer and
'" Thurston E. Hanning; from Robert
J. Low; subject: "Some Thoughts on
the UFO Project": August 9. 1966.
1. NORAD Classified Message; to
Secretary of Air Force, et 01; from
NORAD Director of Operations;
subject: Suspicious Unknown Air
Activity; November 11, 1975.IStill
classified CONFIDENTIAL; leaked.
to UFO research group in late
1976.) .
2. Air Force Security Police IAFSP)
message to 15 Air Force Bases,
November 10, 1975.
3. This and the previous statements
are found in the following
documents:
• Memorandum for Record; for the
joint Staff; signed by-j.B. Morin,
Rear Admiral, USN &: Deputy
Director for Operations, NMCC:
january 21, 1976.
• Memorandum for Record; for the
Joint Staff; from Fred A. Treyz,
Brigadier General. USAF 6.: Deputy
Director for Operations, NMCC:
subject: Unidentified Flying Object
Sighting:)anuary 31, 1976.
mand bases and other militar- \_. meetings with Dr. Edward Conde
stallations. One censored rnessag... of and members of the Colorado Prcjer
April 3, 1976, refers to "Subject; New staff.
DCD Case (censored] - UFO Re- Glaringly absent from the release
search. Reference: Form 610 dated 9 documents are the photo analyses. ir
eluding one case provided to a scier
tific firm by the present writer the
found its way to the CIA. and the hur
dreds and hundreds of intelligenc
reports on individual UFO cases the
must have. been collected - and i
some cases are known to have bee
collected. Also absent are the dozen
April 1976·transmitting UFO Study: of radar-visual cases which must hay
Date discrepancy notwithstanding. been studied by the Physics and Elec
the memos go on to discuss "the UFO tronies Division. as well as othe
study." One. while stating that there materials that made up the case file
was at the time no formal UFO pro- repeatedly alluded to in these
gram. read: -At the present time. there documents. Where are the startlin,
are offices and personnel within the 1952cases that led the CIAto the brinl
Agency who are monitoring the UFO of a major scientific study of UFOs?
phenomena ... not currently on an of- The 892 pages contain larg.
fieial basis. Dr. [censored] feels that amounts oftrivial correspondence. ad
the best approach would be to keep in ministrative papers, duplication anc
touch with and in fact develop report- irrelevant lnon-UFO) documents. Ob
ing channels in this area to keep the viously, they do not contain the CIf
Agency/community informed of any UFO case files, other than a randorr
new developments.· sprinkling of mostly known cases. On
Memos ranging from 1958 to 1967 1)' the FOlA lawsuits have been able tc
mention analyses of UFO photos by pry loose a few highly significant
the CIA National Photographic Inter- cases, such as the 1976 Iranianjet case.
pretation Center under-Arthur C. Lun- -There can be no doubt that the CIA is
dahl, partially confirming information _stonewalling. If this ii all the case files
from private sources. Indeed, Lundahl" developed in more than thirty years, I
was involved in arranging a "window" would have to conclude that the CIA is
on the Colorado Project and in secret totally inept. And, of course, it isn't. 0
In a Just CAUSe
Over the past third of a century. the
government's conduct with regard to
UFOs has been characterized as
nonfeasance. misfeasance. and
malfeasance. Citizens Against UFO
SecreCy, .a public-interest group, was
formed to foster a review of tbe reality
and significance of UFOs and the governmenrs
policies and practices regarding
them. ,
CAUS calls upon the Federal govern·
ment to (I) admit that tbepublic bas been
misled about the nature of UFOs. (2)
a.cknowledge that U.FOs exist, and (3)
reverse its position that further scientific
study of UFO reports is unwarranted.
CAUS seeks the immediate declassification
and public dissemination of all of·
ficial UFO documentation.
CAUS believes that the pubiic has a
right to an objective reappraisal of the lmplications'of
the UFO phenomenon.
For more information. write to CAUS.
P.O. Box 4743F. Arlington. Virginia
22204.
ccnnection with the United "ates
UFO program will be mainta. j in
ASPb(plus, he added, a file of -finished
intelligence reports'[.
Coinciding with the November 1957
UFO wave. "On 6 November 1957 a
directed collection request for UFO
information was levied on Contact
Division by the Office of Scientific Intelligence
... Responses to the requirement
were forwarded to Collection
Staff, OSI on 14 November 1957.[
April i. 1958 memo for Assistant
Director, Scientific Intelligence, from
Acting Assistant Director for Operations)
,
Also, coinciding with a flurry of
sightings around the Washington,
D.C. area in late 1964 and early 1965,
another "ccllection request" was
ordered by the Director of CIA. The
present writer was among those interviewed
b}" the Domestic Contact Division.
The agent borrowed a number of
specific UFO case investigation'
reports. .
A series of memos from April
. through late summer of 1976 shows
renewed interest in UFO data, probably
as a result of-the 1975 and 1976
UFO sig"htings at Strategic Air Com-
. ...
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