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Note: Officially the U.S. government denies that they investigate UFO reports.  Responses to requesters for UFO information from government agencies are generally told that the government quit investigating UFOs when Project Bluebook was terminated in 1969.  However, the British Ministry of Defence (MOD) acknowledges that they still collect and investigate UFO reports.  They are interested in UFO reports only for purposes of national security.  The bulleted list of documents below are a series of UFO reports released by the British MOD in 2005.

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Scientific Articles on UFOs or Related Phenomena:

Feb, 2013 – Special Report on “Alleged” Sighting of UFO by Airline Crew
Radar, Voice Tapes, Tower Logs and Meteorological Analysis (Author Wm. Puckett)

Sep, 2012 – America’s Only “Known” Flying Saucer Project Declassified
The Complete Declassified Project (Project 1794) Is Available for Download (PDF)

Astrophys Space Sci (2006) 302: 175-187
The Red Rain Phenomenon of Kerala and Its Possible Extraterrestrial Origin

Physiologia Planetarum 105: 615-624, 1999
Dispersion of Energies in Worldwide Crop Formations

UFO Documents Obtained From the British Ministry of Defence:

President Gerald Ford and Nelson Rockefeller Rally Behind UFO Investigation.
Read Declassified Document

Declassified 2005 Sighting Reports

Declassified 2004 Sighting Reports

Declassified 2003 Sighting Reports

Declassified 2002 Sighting Reports

UFO Documents De-Classified by U.S. Government:

Project Bluebook Fact-Book

UFO Documents Index National Security Agency

Project Dominic (Nuclear Testing) Report

UFO Documents Obtained From Other Sources:

Project Dominic Certification of Participation

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