Air Force Regulation 8. AFR 8. 0- 1. 7, 1. September 1. 96. 6) Research and Development. UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFO)AIR FORCE REGULATION 8. Replaced AFR 2. 00- 2 in September 1. Source: The Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects.
Conducted by the. University of Colorado. Under Research Contract. U. S. Condon. Project Director. September 1. 96. 6Research and Development. UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFO)This regulation establishes the Air Force program for investigating and analyzing UFOs.
United States. 1. Basic Reporting Data and Format . Unidentified Flying Objects. Familiar or Known Objects/Phenomena. Technical and Scientific. Program Responsibilities: a. HQ USAF. (AFRDC), Wash D.
C. SECTION B - PUBLIC RELATIONS, INFORMATION, CONTACTS, AND RELEASES4. Response to Public Interest.
Releasing Information. Congressional and Presidential Inquiries.
SAF- OI will: (1) Respond to correspondence from. UFO programand evaluations. SECTION C - PREPARING AND SUBMITTING REPORTS6. General Information: a.
The Deputy Chief of Staff, Research and Development, USAF. ADC have a directedimmediate interest in UFOs reported within the US. Investigation may be carried beyond this point.
Paragraph 7 will be used as a guide for screenings and. Inquiries should be directed to SAF- OI (see paragraph 5) d. If possible, an individual selected as a UFO investigator. Reports required by this regulation are excluded from.
AFR 3. 00- 5. Guidance in Preparing Reports. Activities receiving initial reports of aerial objects and. UFO as. defined in paragraph 1a. An interview with the observer by persons preparing. The following procedures will assist the investigation.
This Supplement requires the collection of information protected by the Privacy Act of.
Transmittal of Reports: a. Submission of Reports. Reports from Civilians. Negative or Inapplicable Data. Comments of Investigating Officer.
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Basic Reporting Data and Format. Description of the Objects(s): (1) Shape. Description of Course of Object(s): (1) What first called the attention. Manner of Observation: (1) Use one or any combination of the. Ground- visual, air- visual,ground- electronic, air- electronic. Time and Date of Sighting: (1) Greenwich date- time group of.
Communications and Information. Air Force Information System IA Program. Adequate security of Air Force information and supporting information. Army regulations: there are 529 records. Joint Doctrine for Operations Security. DoD Directive 5205.2, 'DoD Operations Security (OPSEC) Program'. AFI 10-701 Operations Security.
Location of Observer(s). Identifying Information on Observer(s): (1) Civilian - Name, age, mailing. Weather and Winds- Aloft Conditions at Time and Place of. Sighting: (1) Observer(s) account of weather.
Any other unusual activity or condition, meteorological. Interception or identification action taken (such action. Location, approximate altitude, and general direction of. Position title and comments of the preparing officer. Reporting Physical Evidence: a. Photographic: (1) Still Pictures: Forward the.
FTD (TDETR), Wright- Patterson AFB, Ohio. Classify radarscope. AFR 2. 05- 1. Photographs, Motion pictures, and Negatives Submitted by. Individuals. By Order of the Secretary of the Air Force. Official. . J. P. Air Force. Chief of Staff. R. J. PUGHColonel, USAFDirector of Administrative Services- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CHANGE.
AFR 8. 0- 1. 7AIR FORCE REGULATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCENO. AFR 8. 0- 1. 7A. . Washington, 9 November 1. Research and Development.
UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFO)AFR 8. September 1. 96. 6,is changed as follows: 3c. University of Colorado, Boulder CO 8. Dr. Negative or Inapplicable Data. Air Force. Chief of Staff. R. J. PUGHColonel, USAFDirector of Administrative Services - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- DISTRIBUTION: S- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CHANGE 1, AFR 8. AIR FORCE REGULATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCENO. AFR 8. 0- 1. 7 (C1). Washington, 2. 6 October 1. Research and Development.
UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFO)AFR 8. September 1. 96. 6,is changed as follows: *3c. The Deputy Chief of Staff.
University of Colorado, Boulder CO 8. Dr. Negative or Inapplicable Data. Mc. CONNELL, General USAFChief of Staff. R. J. PUGH, Colonel, USAF. Attachment. Director of Administrative Services AF Form 1.