Top 4 Government UFO Documents

The Government has always had a long-term position of denying knowledge of the existence of extraterrestrials here on Earth or otherwise. Because of the Freedom of Information Act though, it seems that they are lying and contradict themselves.

Over the last seventy years or so the Governments of the world have been investigating flying saucers, UFOs, and aliens visiting Earth and some of those investigations have turned up some interesting evidence.

Governments have always used national security as a way to cover-up information that they don’t want the public privy to, but sometimes documents and evidence slip through the cracks and the public learns the truth.

Number 4 – USAF File: UFO on Radar and Visual 1966

A UFO was interrupting radio contact at a missile base in North Dakota while hovering near there for about 15 minutes and then shooting up to 100,000 feet according to radar reports. A strike team was deployed to take down the craft when it swooped down and then landed 10 to 15 miles from the base.

When the strike team again tried to intercept they lost radio contact and the glowing UFO took off. They soon had to call off the search because it was gone.

While they never do mention in this report what type of aircraft the UFO is, they never catch it and it maneuvers in patterns associated with flying saucers (such as hovers and then shoots off) as well as cuts out their radio contact. No Earthly aircraft at the time could come close to these maneuvers.

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Number 3 – USAF File: Report on a F-51 Fighter Pilot Sighting 1951

On July 9th, 1951 an experienced pilot coming from Lawson Air Force Base in Georgia had an encounter with a 10-15-foot disc shaped UFO that maneuvered near him.

The pilot was very close to the UFO and described it as having rounded edges, spinning in a clockwise rotation, and emitting no vapor trail. The UFO was as close as 300 feet to his plane and at one time flew under him at which time he felt what he described as a bump.

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Number 2 – USAF File: The General Twining Memo of 1947

General Nathan Farragut Twining of the Air Force who later became Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force wrote in a memo that the so-called “flying saucers” that were being reported all over the country were in fact real and should be investigated.

In his report he states: “It is the opinion that the phenomenon reported is something real and not visionary or fictitious. There are objects probably approximating the shape of a disc, of such appreciable size as to appear to be as large as a man-made aircraft.”

“The reported operating characteristics such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability, and action which must be considered evasive when sighted or contacted by friendly aircraft and radar.”

The memo goes on to list a more detailed description of what the so-called “flying saucers” look like.

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Ragnar Larsen

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