Radar & UAPs – a New Resource

Radar & UAPs – a New Resource

     For 2021 I have launched a new resource on my website that is dedicated to Radar, UAPs and other anomalies related to radar detection systems.

The case studies range from anomalous ‘angels‘ detected by the earliest RDF sets in the 1940s to so-called UAPs – unidentified aerial phenomena – tracked by sophisticated ground and air phased-array radars used by Western powers in the 21st century.

Dr. David Clarke

By Dr. David Clarke
The UFO Chronicles
1-2-21

Radar UAP landing page:

https://drdavidclarke.co.uk/radar-uaps/

This is a subject that has fascinated me for some time. During the past 20 years I have collected a large archive of material including first hand accounts from military and civilian radar technicians, fighter controllers and experts such as the late NASA meteorologist Dr David Atlas.

Angels on Radar: examples from WW2 and 1950s Air Ministry investigations

• MoD’s Defence Intelligence study from 1951 – report by the Flying Saucer Working Party, appendix one covers radar anomalies.

• Air Ministry Secret Intelligence Study 1955 examined the main sources of radar anomalies at that time.

• RAF Lakenheath-Bentwaters incident 1956: a classic ‘radar visual’ incident from the UK that was logged by the USAF Project Blue Book. But does it remain unexplained?

• RAF Manston incident 1956-57: from the same era as the Lakenheath incident, a puzzling Cold War incident from Kent.

• East Anglia radar/visual 1996: this multi-faceted incident was the subject of a rare field investigation by the RAF and featured in the MoD’s Condign report.

• MoD Defence Intelligence Condign report, 2000 – released under the Freedom of Information Act in 2006. Chapter 3 includes a lengthy analysis of radar related UAP materials.

At the moment the Radar UAP resource is UK focussed as a direct outcome of my fieldwork. But as the resource grows I will include links to reliable/authoritative source material relating to radar anomalies and case studies from Europe, North America and elsewhere in the world.

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