Most UFO enthusiasts have been trying to get the Air Force to release their fabled Project Blue Book for years, and the Air Force finally said okay last week. Almost 130,000 pages of UFO records hit the web.
The Project Blue Book pages contain information compiled between 1947 and 1969. There were 12,618 sightings during those years, and 701 of them are still considered unidentified. The Air Force decided to stop UFO investigations because they felt no UFO sighting has ever produced a threat to national security.
The now-obsolete National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena was convinced that throughout the 1960s the federal government covered up what it knew about UFOs, and they wanted congressional hearings.
There are more than 10,000 cases in the released pages. The pages include a 1950 case at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. An Air Force, Special Investigations agent, said a star-like craft shifted from a bright white color to red and green as it moved erratically in several different directions.
In 1965, the deputy for reconnaissance at the Directorate of Advanced Recon Planning, documented seeing a UFO moving in a wave pattern while on a flight. The UFO reflected sunlight as it rose and looked gray as it descended. The UFO went up and then fell three times at different speeds before it leveled off. The object accelerated away at a speed of more than 600 knots. theallenpartnership.com has these released documents and UFO phenomena fans like myself and Lee Slaughter have been reading these reports continuously.