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    [–] This channel deserves more attention chicompj 4 points ago in UFOs

    Wow, this is awesome! thanks!

    [–] The worst part about the cynical view that UFOs are from China/Russia is that it completely ignores the fact that there have been credible sightings for 70+ years. chicompj 2 points ago in ufo

    Hey, thank you! It would be awesome to find those Russian files there are rumors of.

    Paul Stonehill covers this area and says he cites papers, but I haven't seen them displayed on screen. I've tried to contact him but haven't heard back. Stonehill's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTzjRCRST1H65rC-dzCh18g

    [–] Lost pages from USAF-funded study show U.S. astronauts encountered three “unidentifieds” in orbit in 60s, despite NASA publicly claiming the opposite. chicompj 1 points ago in UFOs

    However, just to add: Borman is misleading when he says “the UFO freaks” just picked up his bogey comments. It’s not them, it’s the Condon investigator himself...

    Unfair to blame people of the time pulling straight from a study that was skeptical by design, lending support to the idea the investigator can be trusted.

    This is all the subject of several long videos, the point of mine mainly was to discuss the missing chapter and the memos. Definitely needs some good follow up for modern audiences

    [–] Lost pages from USAF-funded study show U.S. astronauts encountered three “unidentifieds” in orbit in 60s, despite NASA publicly claiming the opposite. chicompj 1 points ago in UFOs

    This is good research, I hadn’t seen your website until now. As I’m sure you can appreciate, this information is buried and not the easiest to find. I’m going to take a look at everything on there tomorrow.

    [–] Lost chapter from USAF-funded study show U.S. astronauts encountered three “unidentifieds” in orbit in 1965, despite NASA publicly claiming the opposite. The pages are missing from the military's Defense Technical Information Center, and don't appear in versions sent to FOIA researchers. chicompj 7 points ago in HighStrangeness

    So, from what is public, UFOHEAP was a reactionary program to receive UFO related debris beginning in 1977 after NASA publicly denied the Carter Administration’s request to conduct a formal UFO study.

    In their letter, which made headlines, they said they’d await “bona fide” physical evidence to analyze. They then started receiving letters on this but it was very much a reactionary program and we don’t know if they had any procedures, analyzed anything, or really did anything.

    Moon Dust and Blue Fly were related to recovery of crashed space objects, focused on recovering Soviet hardware. But early USAF docs show they did separate UFOs into their own category and they did inquire to various parts of the world about UFO sightings.

    I did a video on the Wright Patt program and if it can be connected to the UFO subject at all. There is no smoking gun but a compelling combination of documents that suggests some debris could’ve been anomalous and could’ve made its way through the program. I’d recommend watching this and checking out the sources in the video description https://youtu.be/_jy751egLoY

    [–] Lost pages from USAF-funded study show U.S. astronauts encountered three “unidentifieds” in orbit in 60s, despite NASA publicly claiming the opposite. chicompj 5 points ago in UFOs

    There’s probably something there in terms of correspondence at least. They invited debris to be sent to them in the 70s. As for whether that name was the official program name or just a nickname, I don’t know. But a FOIA with the terms UFOHEAP, metallurgical, PA Sturrock, etc. might be fruitful.

    Heck, I just realized Sturrock is still alive! I’m going to try to contact him.

    [–] UFO's in Afghanistan (Video) chicompj 3 points ago in UFOs

    Also supporting flare theory is they move down toward the horizon over time.

    [–] UFO's in Afghanistan (Video) chicompj 2 points ago in UFOs

    I have been in direct contact with the soldier who posted this, and who is himself communicating with these witnesses. They believe the video is of flares, but there were real UFO sightings in the area. It's convoluted.

    [–] UFO's in Afghanistan (Video) chicompj 1 points ago in UFOs

    Flares are known to drip.

    [–] UFO's in Afghanistan (Video) chicompj 2 points ago in UFOs

    Hey! That Pentagon comment on this video was to me, but that newscast didn't cite me.

    I just decided to tweet it at the time when it came in lol https://twitter.com/itsredactedYT/status/1283949033019580416?s=20

    Have also been in contact with the solider who posted it.