and the DOPSR Process
|Project Blue Book, the United States Air Force’s study of Unidentified Flying Objects, was closed in 1969, and that was – the public was told – the end of the government’s interest in UFOs. As Dr. Edward U. Condon concluded at the time, further||
By Roger Glassel
Blue Blurry Lines
study of UFOs would have no scientific interest, and the phenomenon itself was no threat to national security. So imagine everyone’s surprise when the NYT revealed such a government study was being conducted once again – a study that not only included scientific interest in the matter, but held it as national security concern. For some in the UFO community – who over the years have disagreed on these two points made by Dr. Condon – this was like winning the lottery. Almost too good to be true.
Though the Pentagon has not characterized the nature of the AATIP as a UFO study, they have confirmed the existence of the program – a program they refer to as the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program. The videos released – that are said to be connected with the program – also conform with the AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR targeting system used in the US military’s F/A-18 dual purpose fighter craft. So the videos do appear to be genuine.
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Author: Frank Warren