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Re: U.S. Department Of Defense On UFOs - Balaskas

From: Nick Balaskas <Nikolaos.nul>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 11:14:47 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Fwd Date: Sat, 19 May 2007 07:55:30 -0400
Subject: Re:  U.S. Department Of Defense On UFOs - Balaskas

>Source: U.S. Department of Defense - Washington, DC



>Airborne Terrorist Objects (AROs)

>This issue is no longer being investigated by the Defense


>The decision to discontinue 'ARO' investigations was based on
>a number of factors, including reports and studies by the
>University of Colorado and the National Academy of Science, as
>well as past 'ARO' studies and the Air Force's two decades of
>experience investigating 'ARO' reports.

>As a result of these investigations, studies, and experience,
>the conclusions of Project Blue Book were:

>* No 'ARO' reported, investigated, and evaluated by the Air
>Force has ever given any indication of threat to our national

>* There has been no evidence submitted to or discovered by the
>Air Force that sightings categorized as "unidentified" represent
>technological developments or principles beyond the range of
>present-day scientific knowledge.

>* There has been no evidence indicating that sightings
>categorized as "unidentified" are 'foreign' vehicles.

>Between 1948 and 1969 the Air Force investigated 12,618 reported
>UFO sightings. Of these, 11,917 were found to have been caused
>by material objects such as balloons, satellites, and aircraft;
>immaterial objects such as lightning, reflections, and other
>natural phenomena; astronomical objects such as stars, planets,
>the sun, and the moon; weather conditions; and hoaxes. Only 701
>reported sightings remain unexplained.

>All documentation regarding the former Blue Book investigation
>was permanently transferred to the Military Reference Branch,
>National Archives and Records Administration, 8th and
>Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC 20408, and is available for
>public review. A list of private organizations interested in
>aerial phenomena can be found in Gale's Encyclopedia of
>Associations, available in the reference section of many

>Air Force Fact Sheets on this topic may be viewed,



Hi Everyone!

Of course the U.S. Air Force and other U.S. Government agencies
are interested in and continue to investigate UFOs! In fact,
every nation in the world is aware of the potential threat posed
by UFOs and take this matter very seriously. See the URL below
for some facts obtained from Canadian evidence from the archives
that suggest this is indeed the case.


In the U.S. Air Force fact sheet above, just replace
Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) with 'Airborne Terrorist
Objects' (AROs) and extraterrestrial with 'foreign' I think you
will agree too.

If the U.S. Defense Department is not following up on UFOs
reports, then they should be replaced by the some other group
such as the French GEIPAN investigative body and the U.S. Air
Force be charged for criminal neglection of their primary duty
of protecting the U.S. and Americans from all aerial threats!

Nick Balaskas

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