Air Force UFO Regulation Documents
 & Other Government Memos



Richard Dolan





Twelve Government Documents That Take UFOs Seriously

– Richard Dolan




Harold Brown –Ex Sec of Defense 1966





UFO Education - Air Force Regulation 200-2 ( 2 Mins)

Air Force Regulation 200-2

In response to the Robertson panel recommendations, USAF headquarters promulgated Air Force Regulation 200-2 on 26 August 1953, codifying the official UFO policy chiefly as a public relations issue. Indeed, a 1959 revision was unequivocal in declaring that, “Air Force activities must reduce the percentage of unidentifieds to the minimum”

To achieve this, air base Commanders were responsible for “all investigative action necessary to submit a complete initial report of a UFO sighting,” and instructed to make every effort “to resolve the sighting in the initial investigation”





Gen. Nathan Twining




UFO Education - The Twining Document ( 2 mins)
Excerpts from the 1958 Mike Wallace Interview with retired Marine Corps Major Donald Keyhoe in which the NICAP director mentions the existence of the Twining Document - twenty eight years before the document was made available to the public via a Freedom of Information Act request.



The Twining Document MEMO  Pages 1, Page 2 & Page 3

The Twining Memo Transcription:
 - Memorandum from Robert Cutler to Gen. Nathan Twining, dated July 14, 1954.
The 1947 Twining Memo







Colonel Donald G. Carpenter

ENVIRONMENTAL SPACE SCIENCES is a book taught at the Air Force Academy and written by Professor who was the originator of the Space Science Course at the USAF Academy. Colonel was also the Commander of the SPACETRACK Radar Site at Shemya, Alaska. Col. Carpenter was kind enough to send Eastern MUFON the book he edited and wrote with six other officers. Most of the book pertains to science of space, the sun, planets, plasmas, magnetic fields, radiation, meteors, planets, space dust, Cosmo chemistry, the planets and moons. George Filer copied this chapter manually for you the reader, because I felt it was of importance, so I hope you enjoy it.


-- * See excerpts....>>>

See: George FIler's talking about Airforce Cadet Regulations in the 1960's instructions on UFOs ( at the end of YT Video...) 






Air Force UFO Rules Vanish After Huffington Post Inquiry


The military deleted a passage about unidentified flying objects from a 2008 Air Force personnel manual just days after The Huffington Post asked Pentagon officials about the purpose of the UFO section.

Before the recent revisions, the document -- Air Force Instruction 10-206 -- advised pilots, radar operators and other Air Force personnel on what to do when they encountered any unknown airborne objects. Now in the 2011 version, the reference to UFOs -- which simply means "unidentified flying objects," not necessarily spaceships with little green men -- has been eliminated.

What makes this so intriguing is that the U.S. government officially stopped investigating UFOs in 1969 with the termination of the Air Force's Project Blue Book.


















Investigation of UFO Events at Minot AFB, N.D. on 24 October 1968


In the early morning hours on 24 October 1968, United States Air Force (USAF) maintenance and security personnel within the Minuteman Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) complex surrounding Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, observed one, and at times, two UFOs. The Minot Base Operations dispatcher established radio communications with personnel reporting in the field, Minot AFB, Radar Approach Control (RAPCON), and the crew of a returning B-52H aircraft.

RAPCON alerted the pilots to the location of the UFO, which they observed on the B-52 radarscope maintaining a three-mile distance throughout a standard 180° turnaround. As the B-52 initiated the descent back to Minot AFB, the UFO appeared to close distance to one mile at a high-rate of speed, pacing the aircraft for about 20 miles before disappearing off the radarscope. During the close radar encounter, the B-52 UHF radios would not transmit, and radarscope film was recorded.

Following, RAPCON provided vectors for the B-52 to overfly a stationary UFO on or near the ground. The pilots observed an illuminated UFO ahead of the aircraft during the downwind leg of the traffic pattern, before turning onto the base leg over the large UFO while observing it at close range. After the B-52 landed, both outer and inner-zone intrusions alarms were activated at the remote missile Launch Facility Oscar-7. The duration of reported observations was over three hours.

Strategic Air Command (SAC), Offutt AFB, Nebraska, initiated investigations. In the weeks following, staff at USAF Project Blue Book, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, completed a final case report as required by Air Force Regulation 80-17.



1968-Minot Air Force Base, UFO Hovers, Seen by B-52 crew





 Jim Courrant holds book at CItizen Hearing - NPC May 2013




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FEMA's UFOs in “Fire Officer's Guide to Disaster Control”










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