Captain Edward J. Ruppelt not only was the head of the United States Air Force’s advice if UFOs became an issue; and, according to Captain Ruppelt, they. ‘Straight from the horse’s mouth’, as they say. Edward Ruppelt was the first head of the U.S. Air Force’s Project Blue Book, the official project. The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects has ratings and 14 reviews. Steve said: The genuine granddaddy of all UFO books is also, after so many year.
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Chapter 2 The Era of Confusion Begins, Chapter 3 The Classics, Chapter 5 The Dark Ages, Chapter 7 The Pentagon Rumbles, Chapter 8 The Lubbock Lights, Unabridged, Chapter 9 The New Project Grudge, Chapter 11 The Big Flap, Chapter 13 Hoax or Horror?
Chapter 14 Digesting the Data, Chapter 15 The Radiation Story, Chapter repogt The Hierarchy Ponders, All reports received were subjected to military intelligence analysis procedures.
Astronomers, physicists, aerodynamic engineers, and psychologists were consulted in the course of unjdentified Air Force’s exhaustive investigations. The official Air Technical Intelligence Center reports of their findings, many details from which are revealed for the first time in this book, contain some completely baffling detailed accounts of UFO sightings by thoroughly reliable witnesses.
Here are the complete official accounts of the classic cases – the Lubbock Lights, the Utah Movies, the Florida Scoutmaster, the Washington Sightings – as well as a wealth of less- rrport but equally amazing incidents. While others who have written books and articles on UFOs imply that they were conferring with officials in the inner sanctum, Mr.
Ruppelt, as this fascinating book makes clear, was the inner sanctum. Since the author has been in close contact with the present project staff and recently made a trip across the country to check current developments.
Ruppelt is now a research engineer for the Northrop Aircraft Company. Ruppelt and his staff studied over 4, reports and discussed them with everyone from out-and-out crackpots to top-level scientists and generals All reports received were subjected to military intelligence analysis procedures.