UFO Quotes from Presidents, Astronauts, Senior Military and more. UFO Cover Up? These people say YES.
"Mission control, we have a UFO pacing our position, request instructions."
Astronaut Cady Coleman
NASA Transmission - Shuttle Mission STS-73
"All Apollo and Gemini flights were followed, both at a distance and sometimes also quite closely, by space vehicles of extraterrestrial origin - flying saucers, or UFOs, if you want to call them by that name.
Every time it occurred, the astronauts informed Mission Control, who then ordered absolute silence."
Former Chief of NASA Communications Systems
"At no time, when the astronauts were in space were they alone: there was a constant surveillance by UFOs."
NASA Astronaut Scott Carpenter
Carpenter photographed a UFO while in orbit on May 24, 1962. NASA still has not released the photograph.
"Let there be no doubt. Alien technology harvested from the infamous saucer crash in Roswell, N.Mex., in July 1947 led directly to the development of the integrated circuit chip, laser and fibre optic technologies, particle beams, electromagnetic propulsion systems, depleted uranium projectiles, stealth capabilities, and many others.
How do I know? I was in charge!
I think the kids on this planet are wise to the truth, and I think we ought to give it to them. I think they deserve it."
Colonel Philip Corso
Army Intelligence officer, former Head of Foreign Technology at the U.S. Army's Research and Development Department at the Pentagon. Four years Director of Intelligence on President Eisenhower's White House National Security Staff
"This was no ordinary UFO. Scores of people saw it. It was no illusion, no deception, no imagination."
Air Marshall Azim Daudpota
Zimbabwe Air Force, commenting on a UFO witnessed in July of 1985 by many people and tracked on radar.
"Of course UFOs are real, and they are interplanetary. The cumulative evidence for the existence of UFOs is quite overwhelming and I accept the fact of their existence."
Air Chief Marshall Lord Hugh Dowding
Commanding Officer of the Royal Air Force during WWII.
"I looked out the window and saw this white light. It was zigzagging around. I went up to the pilot and said, "Have you ever seen anything like that?" He was shocked and he said, "Nope." And I said to him: "Let's follow it!"
We followed it for several minutes. It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement it went straight up into the heavens. When I got off the plane I told Nancy all about it."
Former US President Ronald Reagan
Describing his 1974 UFO encounter to veteran newsman Norman C. Miller, Washington bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal.
"Something is going on in the skies that we do not understand.
If all the airline pilots and Air Force pilots who have seen UFOs - and sometimes chased them - have been the victims of hallucinations, then an awful lot of pilots should be taken off and forbidden to fly."
"We must insist upon full access to discs recovered. In the LA case the Army grabbed it and would not let us have it for cursory examination."
J Edgar Hoover
Former Director of the FBI
"In concealing the evidence of UFO operations, the Air Force is making a serious mistake."
Lieutenant Colonel James McAshan
US Air Force
"Extraterrestrial contact is a real phenomenon. The Vatican is receiving much information about extraterrestrials and their contacts with humans from its Nuncios (embassies) in various countries, such as Mexico, Chile and Venezuela."
Monsignor Corrado Balducci
Vatican theologian insider close to the Pope. Monsignor Balducci is on a Vatican commission looking into extraterrestrial encounters, and how to cope with the emerging general realization of extraterrestrial contact.
"We had a job to do, whether right or wrong, to keep the public from getting excited."
Dr J Allen Hynek
Director of the US Air Force top secret project Blue Book.
"The phenomenon of UFOs is real. I know that there are scientific organisations which study the problem. It must be treated seriously."
Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev
"Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe that unknown flying objects are nonsense."
Former CIA Director in a public statement, 1960.
"More than 10,000 sightings have been reported, the majority of which cannot be accounted for by any 'scientific' explanation, e.g. that they are hallucinations, the effects of light refraction, meteors, wheels falling from aeroplanes and the like. They have been tracked on radar screens and the observed speeds have been as great as 9,000 mph.
I am convinced that these objects do exist and they are not manufactured by any nation on earth.
I can therefore see no alternative to accepting the theory that they come from an extraterrestrial source."
Air Chief Marshall Lord Dowding
Commanding Officer of the RAF during WWII.
"And don't tell me they were reflections, I know they were solid objects."
Lieutenant D. A Swimley
US Air Force, commenting on a sighting of eight disc shaped objects he and several fellow officers watched circling over Hamilton Air Force Base, California, on August 3, 1953. The objects were also picked up on radar and spotted by many civillian pilots. F-86 Sabres were scrambled to intercept the objects, but the jets were apparently too slow.
"The security guard called and said, 'Sir, there's a glowing red object hovering right outside the front gate. I've got all the men out here with their weapons drawn.'"
"We lost between 16-18 ICBMs (nuclear tipped Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles) at the same time UFOs were in the area. (A high ranking Air Force officer) said, Stop the investigation; do no more on this and do not write a final report."
"I heard that many of the guards that reported the incident were sent off to Vietnam."
Captain Robert Salas
US Air Force, during a videotaped interview for the Disclosure program.
"It was the darndest thing I've ever seen. It was big, it was very bright, it changed colours, and it was about the size of the moon. We watched it for ten minutes, but none of us could figure out what it was.
One thing's for sure: I'll never make fun of people who say they've seen unidentified flying objects in the sky."
Former President of the United States, Jimmy Carter following his sighting along with many others of a UFO at Leary, Georgia in October 1969.
"The Air Force had put out a secret order for its pilots to capture UFOs.
For the last six months we have been working with a congressional committee investigating official secrecy concerning proof that UFOs are real machines under intelligent control."
Major Donald Keyhoe during a live TV broadcast on CBS in 1958 in which he was pulled from the air when he began to deviate from the prepared format of the programme.
"The UFO was bouncing around the 747. (It) was a huge ball with lights running around it.
Well, I've been involved in a lot of cover-ups with the FAA. When we gave the presentation to the Reagan staff, they had all those people swear that this never happened. But they never had me swear it never happened. I can tell you what I've seen with my own eyes. I've got a videotape. I've got the voice tape. I've got the reports that were filed that will confirm what I've been telling you."
FAA Chief of Accidents and Investigations during a videotaped interview for the Disclosure program.
"The US Air Force assures me that UFOs pose no threat to National Security."
Former US President John F Kennedy
"UFOs sighted in Indonesia are identical with those sighted in other countries.
Sometimes they pose a problem for our Air Defence and once we were obliged to open fire on them."
Air Marshall Nurjadin Roesmin
Commander in Chief of the Indonesian Air Force in 1967
"My own present opinion, based on two years of careful study, is that UFOs are probably extraterrestrial devices engaged in something that might very tentatively be termed 'surveillance'."
Dr James McDonald
Senior physicist at the Institute for Atmospheric Physics and professor in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Arizona before Congress in 1968
"When the long awaited solution to the UFO problem comes, I believe that it will prove to be not merely the next small step in the march of science, but a mighty and totally unexpected quantum leap."
Dr J Allen Hynek
Former Director of the US Air Force top secret project Blue Book.
"I strongly recommend that there be a committee investigation of the UFO phenomena. I think we owe it to the people to establish credibility regarding UFOs and to produce the greatest possible enlightenment on this subject."
Former US President Gerald Ford
"Look, I have a pension to worry about. I have a family to take care of, and they told me to just back away from this entirely or else."
Astronaut James Irwin
Apollo 15, to Frank Stranges after backing out of speaking at a 1976 UFO convention where he was going to "inform us of the strange things he saw on the surface of the moon."
"We have no proof but if we extrapolate based on the best information available to us, we have to come to the conclusion that other life probably exists out there and perhaps in many places."
NASA Astronaut, first man on the moon. October 21, 1999.
"Statistically it's a certainty there are hugely advanced civilizations, intelligence, life forms out there. I believe they're so advanced they're even doing interstellar travel. I believe it's possible they even came here."
"I concentrate on the science. I'm interested in the UFOs seen by the police and military witnesses. I'm interested in the near misses that pilots report, where their aircraft nearly collide with these things. I'm interested in the visual sightings backed up by radar. I'm interested in the military bases that are overflown by these things. I'm interested in the cases where you have radiation readings on the ground.
These are no lights in the sky. These are not mis-identifications of fantasy prone individuals. This is a cutting-edge technology being reported by reliable, trained observers, and it is something that goes beyond what we can do.
That to me suggests that if it is not ours, it belongs to someone else. If that technology is better than ours, then the extraterrestrial hypothesis seems to me the best explanation."
Head of the "UFO desk" at Air Secretariat 2-A, British Ministry of Defence from 1991-1994.
"I know other astronauts share my feelings.... And we know the government is sitting on hard evidence of UFOs."
Colonel Gordon Cooper
Mercury Nine, Gemini Five Astronaut
In December 1965, Gemini astronauts James Lovell and Frank Borman saw a UFO during their second orbit of their record-breaking 14 day flight. Borman reported that he saw an unidentified spacecraft some distance from their capsule. Gemini Control, at Cape Kennedy told him that he was seeing the final stage of their own Titan booster rocket.
Borman confirmed that he could see the booster rocket all right, but that he could also see something completely different.
Lovell: BOGEY AT 10 O'CLOCK HIGH.
Capcom: This is Houston. Say again 7.
Lovell: SAID WE HAVE A BOGEY AT 10 O'CLOCK HIGH.
Capcom: Gemini 7, is that the booster or is that an actual sighting?
Lovell: WE HAVE SEVERAL...ACTUAL SIGHTING.
Capcom: ...Estimated distance or size?
Lovell: WE ALSO HAVE THE BOOSTER IN SIGHT...
Gemini 7 Astronaut
I have discussed this matter with the effected agencies of the government, and they are of the opinion that is it not wise to publicize this matter at this time.
Senator Richard Russell
Head of the Armed Services Committee, following his sighting of a UFO during an official trip to the Soviet Union in 1955.
"I believe that these extraterrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets which obviously are a little more technically advanced than we are here on Earth.
I feel that we need to have a top level, coordinated program to scientifically collect and analyze data from all over the earth concerning any type of encounter, and to determine how best to interface with these visitors in a friendly fashion....For many years I have lived with a secret, in a secrecy imposed on all specialists and astronauts. I can now reveal that every day, in the USA, our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us. And there are thousands of witness reports and a quantity of documents to prove this, but nobody wants to make them public."
Colonel L. Gordon Cooper
Mercury and Gemini Astronaut, in an address to the UN in 1985 after announcing that he had seen and chased UFOs over Germany in the 1950s. Cooper also reported a greenish object, which passed by his capsule going east to west (opposite normal man-made orbits) while in orbit in May of 1963. The object was tracked by ground-based equipment in Perth, Australia. The press was told it could not question Col. Cooper on this aspect of the mission.
"This 'flying saucer' situation is not at all imaginary or seeing too much in some natural phenomena. Something is really flying around. The phenomenon is something real and not visionary or fictitious."
General Nathan Twining
Chief of Staff, US Air Force, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
"The evidence that there are objects which have been seen in our atmosphere, and even on terra firma, that cannot be accounted for either as man-made objects or as any physical force or effect known to our scientists, seems to me to be overwhelming. A very large number of sightings have been vouched for by persons whose credentials seem to me unimpeachable.
It is striking that so many have been trained observers, such as police officers and airline or military pilots. Their observations have in many instances have been supported either by technical means such as radar or, even more convincingly, by interference with electrical apparatus of one sort or another."
Chief of Defence Staff, Ministry of Defence, Great Britain, 1973; Chairman, Military Committee of NATO, 1974-77.
"We have indeed been contacted-perhaps even visited-by extraterrestrial beings, and the US government, in collusion with the other national powers of the Earth, is determined to keep this information from the general public. "
Former Special Assistant to the Executive Director of the CIA, in an article written by him for Second Look entitled "How the CIA Views the UFO Phenomenon Vol 1, No 7," Washington, DC, May, 1979.
"The Air Force has arrived at the conclusion that a certain number of anomalous phenomena has been produced in Belgian airspace.
The numerous testimonies of ground observations reinforced by the reports of the night March 30-31 (1990) have led us to face the hypothesis that a certain number of unauthorised aerial activities have taken place.
The day will undoubtedly come when the phenomenon will be observed with the technological means of detection and collection that won't leave a single doubt about its origin.
This should lift a part of the veil that has covered the mystery for a long time; a mystery that continues to be present.
But it exists, it is real, and that in itself is an important conclusion."
Colonel Wilfred De Brouwer
Chief of Operations for the Belgian Air Force in 1990 following a spate of sightings over the country witnessed by hundreds of people. Many of the sightings were confirmed on radar.
"I was amazed at what I saw. The amount of debris that was scattered over such an area... The more I saw of the fragments, the more I realized it wasn't anything I was aquainted with. In fact, as it turned out, nobody else was aquainted with it. There was a coverup some place about this whole matter."
Major Jesse Marcel
U.S. Army Intelligence Officer in a videotaped interview. Among the first to arrive at the crash site in Roswell, Marcel was well acquainted with all the weather balloons launched by the 509th Bomb Group - including the Mogul balloons - of which the U.S. Government claims accounts for the Roswell wreckage.
"There were orders to ship the material from Roswell directly to Wright Field by special plane."
Colonel Thomas Jefferson Dubose
Adjutant to Brig. General Roger Ramey at the time of the Roswell Incident, in a statement which contradicts the official story that the material was first flown to Fort Worth, Texas, where Ramey posed with Major Marcel and pieces of a weather balloon for the media.
"Wright Patterson Air Force Base was the headquarters for the foreign technology division of the U.S. Air Force. It later became the headquarters for the alien technology division of the U.S. Air Force.
Wright Patterson, for many many years was the central repository of not only the hardware, but some of the little bodies and even some of the living crew members who had been retrieved. It became very clear after a time that there wasn't enough room at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. We literally filled up hangar after hangar with hardware.
We're storing it now in at least three different Air Force bases and much of it is being kept underground at a place not too far from Las Vegas just beyond Nellis Air Force Base which is repeatedly refered to as Dreamland, Groom Lake, or Site 51. That site today is one of the biggest repositories of hardware."
Sergeant Major Robert O Dean
Former NATO intelligence analyst for SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe)
"The evidence points to the fact that Roswell was a real incident and that indeed an alien craft did crash and that material was recovered from that crash site" says Mitchell, who became the sixth man on the moon in the Apollo 14 mission. Mitchell doesn't say he's seen a UFO. But he says he's met with high-ranking military officers who admitted involvement with alien technology and hardware.
Cooper told a U.N. committee recently that every day in the U.S.A., our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us. Cooper speculates that public skepticism toward UFOs will shift dramatically.
Astronauts Gordon Cooper and Ed Mitchell in an interview.
"It followed us during half of our orbit. We observed it on the light side, and when we entered the shadow side, it disappeared completely. It was an engineered structure, made from some type of metal, approximately 40 meters long with inner hulls. The object was narrow here and wider here, and inside there were openings. Some places had projections like small wings. The object stayed very close to us. We photographed it, and our photos showed it to be 23 to 28 meters away."
Cosmonaut Victor Afanasyev
Commenting on a UFO sighting that occurred while en route to the Solyut 6 space station in April of 1979.
"Flying saucers are real. Too many good men have seen them, that don't have hallucinations."
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker
"American Ace of Aces," medal of honor-winning commander of the 94th Aero Pursuit Squadron in WWI
"There was something definite in the sky...If it had proved to be hostile we would have destroyed it."
Major Gerald Smith
US Air Force. One of the F-106 pilots scrambled under orders from NORAD (North American Air Defence Command) to investigate a UFO over West Palm Beach, Florida on September 14, 1972. The UFO was viewed through binoculars by the FAA supervisor, George Morales, sighted by an Eastern Airlines captain, police and several civilians, as well as being tracked on radar by Miami International Airport and Homestead AFB.
"The phenomenon is something real and not visionary or fictitious. There are objects approximating the shape of a disc, some of which appear flat on bottom and domed on top. These objects are as large as man-made aircraft and have a metallic or light-reflecting surface. Further they exhibit extreme rates of climb and maneuverability with no associated sound and take action which must be considered evasive when contacted by aircraft and radar."
Commanding General Nathan F Twining
Air Material Command, US Air Force in a declassified letter to the Pentagon.
"I shall be very glad to accept appointment as a member of the (NICAP) Board of Governors and be listed as a 'believer' in the reality of UFO's, with the understanding that I shall resign if it appears at any time that your big group is being used to cover up for the top brass.
I know that there is a real need to break through the official Washington brush-off and get the truth home to the people. There seems to be a great fear among the powers that be that the American people will panic if told the truth. How little they know and understand their countrymen.
I feel that millions of our people already believe in the reality of the UFO's."
Admiral M Herbert B Knowles
"I've changed my position in the last two or three years - the last two years to be precise - to suggest that the evidence is strong enough that we really need to have serious open discussion and release of information that it is quite clear the government and other governments do hold, and that this become a part of our official knowledge...
Now, whether it's true or not, it deserves to be handled with a serious investigation. There is too much smoke here not to be fire, and so I personally in the last couple of years have come out - I don't know the answers, but I've come out - and I say, this has gone far enough. If it's real, let's get it out in the open; let's break the deadlock that bureaucracy has on this.
There is enough evidence pointing in the direction that clearly there is information being withheld. How far we can go with it, I don't know."
NASA Astronaut, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot and founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences
UFOs are real and they may come from outer space....photographs and various materials show scientifically that there are more advanced people piloting the saucers and motherships."
General Kanshi Ishikawa
Chief of Air Staff of Japan's Air Safety Defence Force, in a statement in 1967.
"For many years I have lived with a secret, in a secrecy imposed on all specialists in astronautics. I can now reveal that every day, in the USA, our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us. And there are thousands of witness reports and a quantity of documents to prove this, but nobody wants to make them public.
Why? Because authority is afraid that people may think of God knows what kind of horrible invaders. So the password still is: We have to avoid panic by all means."
"I was furthermore a witness to an extraordinary phenomenon, here on this planet Earth. It happened a few months ago in Florida. There I saw with my own eyes a defined area of ground being consumed by flames, with four indentations left by a flying object which had descended in the middle of a field. Beings had left the craft (there were other traces to prove this). They seemed to have studied topography, they had collected soil samples and, eventually, they returned to where they had come from, disappearing at enormous speed... I happen to know that authority did just about everything to keep this incident from the press and TV, in fear of a panicky reaction from the public."
Colonel L Gordon Cooper
Mercury Nine, Gemini Five Astronaut
List of Respected People Who Affirm The Existence Of UFOs
The following well-respected people all affirm the existence of UFOs.
Many have gone on record and have sworn under oath to testify that they have seen evidence of UFO intelligence first hand.
With a few exceptions, most UFO reports on record from military pilots have come from the World War II and Korean War eras, or from recently retired officers. Military pilots, naturally are restricted from discussing sightings freely while they are on active duty. Airline pilots however, have contributed some of the best reports on record, although in recent years some have reported pressure not to discuss sightings.
What do you believe?
Captain A D Yates - United Airlines
Adolph Wagner - Deputy Coordinator, Civil Defence
Lieutenant General Akira Hirano - Chief of Staff of Japan's Air Self-Defence Force
Al Worden - NASA Astronaut, Apollo 15
Reverend Albert Baller - Pastor, German Congregational Church, Clinton, Mass & NICAP Board Member
Alan C Holt - Experimental Specialist, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston and NICAP Special Advisor
Albert M Chop - Deputy Public Relations Director of NASA & Former US Air Force Spokesman for Project Bluebook
Sergeant Alberto Covas - Portuguese Air Force, Ota Air Base
Allen Dulles - Former CIA Director
Dr Anthony O Mirarchi - Air Force Geophysical Laboratory
Brigadier General Arthur E Exon - Former Commander, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Arthur H Sorensen - Research Geologist, Wallace, Idaho and NICAP Special Advisor
Captain Art Shutts - Trans-world Airlines
Air Marshal Azim Daudpota - Zimbabwe Air Force
Senator Barry Goldwater - Retired Air Force Brigadier General
General Benjamin Chidlaw - Commanding General of Air Defence Command
Benjamin (Ben) R Rich - Director, Lockheed Skunk Works
Bill Gates - American Airlines First Officer
Dr Brian O'Leary - NASA Astronaut
Bruce Foster - Bell Aircraft Company Engineer
Dr Bruce Maccabee - Physicist US Navy & Head of the Fund for UFO Research
Buzz Aldrin - NASA Astronaut, Apollo 11, First man to land on the moon (along with Neil Armstrong)
Captain C S Chiles - Eastern Airlines Pilot and NICAP Special Advisor
C W Sonner - Chief of Interstate Airways Communication Station
Cady Coleman - NASA Astronaut, Shuttle Mission STS-73
Carl J Henry - Chairman, Industrial Commission of Missouri, Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
Dr Carl Jung - Swiss Psychologist
Colonel Carl Sanderson - US Air Force
Dr Carol Rosin - Aerospace Executive, Fairchild Industries
Captain Casey Pierman - Capitol Airlines Pilot
Charles A. Carson - California State Policeman
Professor Charles A. Maney - Head of the Defiance
College Physics Department and NICAP Board Member
Charles B Moore - Aerologist, General Mills Balloon Technicians
Lieutenant Colonel Charles Brown - US Air Force
Charles Fisher - Civil Engineer
Dr Charles Gaston - Space & Atmospheric Sciences, IBM, Wheaton, Maryland and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Charles H. Otis, Professor Emeritus of Biology, Bowling Green State University
Charles J Camarda - NASA Astronaut
Pilot Charles Kratovil - Trans World Airlines
Major General Charles P Cabell - Director of Intelligence, US Air Force, Director of the Joint Chief of Staff (1951)
Charles W James - Photographer, Philadelphia Enquirer
Captain Charles Zammett - Pan American Airways
Chuck Sorrels - Air Traffic Controller, Edwards Air Force Base
Clark C. McClelland, Former ScO (Spaceraft Operator), Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Centre Florida
Sergeant Clifford Stone - Sergeant 1st Class, US Army
Clyde Clark McClelland - US Space Program Pioneer
Dr Clyde Tombaugh - Astronomer, Discovered planet Pluto, Optical Scientist, White Sands Missile Range
Monsignor Corrado Balducci - Vatican Theologian Insider close to the Pope
D Shenkel - Former Air Force Pilot
Lieutenant D A Swimley - US Air Force
Daniel Salter - US Air Force, Chief Master Sergeant, NRO
Dan Willis - US Navy
Dr Darell B Harmon Jnr - Deputy Program Manager., McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co, Santa Monica
Dave Richey - Canal Fulton Patrolman, Northeast Ohio
David McCurry - Northeast Ohio State Police
Air Commodore David Thorne - Director of General Operations for the Zimbabwe Air Force in 1985
Delbert C Newhouse - US Navy, Chief Photographer of Aviation and NICAP Special Advisor
Rear Admiral Delmar S Fahrney - US Navy Missile Chief and former NICAP Board Member
Delmus Early - Carroll County Police Officer, Northeast Ohio
Captain Dermott - Capitol Airlines Pilot
Major Dewey J Fournet - US Air Force, Former US Air Force HQ Monitor to Blue Book
Dick Beemer - Aviation Photographer, North American Aviation
Don Newman - Former Air Force pilot
Don P Hollister - Goodyear Aircraft Corporation Technical Writer
Don Phillips - Lockheed Skunkworks, CIA Contractor
Deputy Sheriff Donald E. Corey - Mahoning County, Northeast Ohio
Major Donald E Keyhoe - United States Marines
Captain Donald Slayton - Mercury Astronaut
Donna Hare - NASA (Airbrushing) Department Houston
General Douglas MacArthur
Doyle Kline - Scripps, Howard Staff Writer
Lieutenant Colonel Dwynne Arnesson - US Air Force, SAC Control Officer
Dr Earl Douglas - Religious Writer & Columnist
Ed Nugent - Radar Controller
Ed White - NASA Astronaut
Marshal Ed Marah - Cedaredge Marshal, Rocky Mountains
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker - Commander of the 94th Aero Pursuit Squadron in WWI
Astronaut Captain Edgar Mitchell - Sixth Man on the Moon (Apollo 14)
Edison F Carpenter - Research Technician, North American Aviation
Captain Edward J Ruppelt - US Air Force
Dr Edward Teller - Creator of the Hydrogen Bomb
Elizabeth Helen McClelland - Pioneer of the US Space Program
Sir Eric Gairy - Prime Minister of Grenada
Ernest Stadvec - Former World War II Bomber Pilot (now owns a flying service in Akron, Ohio)
Commander Eugene Cernan - Commander Apollo 17 Mission
Dr Eugene Mallove - Director New Energy Research Labs, Aeronautical Engineer
Sir Francis Chichester - Famous aviator, sailor, and author
Dr Frank B Salisbury - Department Head, Plant Sciences, Utah State Univ and NICAP Special Advisor
Frank Borman - NASA Astronaut, Gemini 7 Mission
Frank Edwards - Radio and TV Commentator and NICAP Board Member
Frank H Schofield - Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific fleet in the 1930s
Frank Halstead - Former Curator, University of Minnesota's Darling Observatory and NICAP Special Advisor
Frank G Rawlinson - Physicist, NASA Space Flight Center and NICAP Special Advisor
Franklin Carter - United States Navy, Radar Specialist
Fred C Fair, Ph D - Former Professor of Engineering, New York University and NICAP Special Advisor
Fred Porcello - State Police Officer, Portville, NY
Frederick Clark Durant III - Advisor, Robertson Scientific Advisory Committee on UFOs, Pentagon/NASA
Frederick Fox - US Navy Pilot, Top Secret Nuclear Clearance
Dr Fulton Koehler - Institute of Technology, Dept of Mathematics, Univ of Minnesota and NICAP Special Advisor
Deputy Fry - Tehama County Sheriff's Office, California
Colonel Fuijo Hayashi - Commander of the Air Transport Wing of Japan's Air Self-Defence Force
Galen Anderson - Police Officer, Sunnyvale Police Department, San Francisco Bay
Gene Miller - Former Air Force Flight Instructor, member of NICAP
Major George A Filer - US Air Force, Deputy Director of Intelligence
Lieutenant Colonel George Edwards - US Air Force
Captain George Robertson - Former Air Force Pilot
George Todt - Columnist, Public Relations Council and NICAP Special Advisor
Former President Gerald Ford
Lieutenant George Gorman, North Dakota Air National Guard
George Jacobson - Pan American Airlines Co-Pilot
George Morales - FAA Supervisor
George W Earley - Administrative Engineer, Connecticut Aerospace Firm and NICAP Special Advisor
Major Gerald Smith - US Air Force
Dr Garry Henderson - NASA
Gordon Creighton - Military Intelligence, Ministry of Defence
Gordon Higgins - US Air Force Control Tower Operator and Flight Controller
Captain H Dunker - Pan American Airways
Dr H Percy Wilkins - British Lunar Astronomer
Dr Harold Puthoff - Director, Institute of Advanced Studies, Austin, Creator of Remote Viewing (ESP) Project, CIA & DIA for a decade
Harry Allen Jordan - US Navy, Radar Operator, USS Roosevelt
Harry G Barnes - Senior Air Traffic Controller for the CAA
Lieutenant Harry L Roe - Air National Guard pilot
Harry O Barnes - Senior Air Route Traffic Controller
Harry S Truman - Former US President
Hartland Bentley - US Army
Helen G. Mitchell - Police Dispatcher, Delta County Court House
Henry C. Kawecki - Physical Analyst, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania and NICAP Special Advisor
Professor Henry Carlock - Physics Department, Mississippi College
Dr Herman Oberth - The Father of Modern Rocketry
Lord Hill-Norton - Chief of Defence Staff, Ministry of Defence
Dr Hugh S. Brown, MD - Spokane, Washington and NICAP Special Advisor
Idi Amin - Former President of Uganda
Dr J Allen Hynek - Director, US Air Force Project Bluebook
J B Bradley - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Traffic Controller
J B Hartranft Jr - President of the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association, NICAP Board Member
J B Whitted - Eastern Airlines Pilot
J Edgar Hoover - Former FBI Director
J J Kaliszewski - Aeronautical Research Laboratories, Supervisor of Balloon Manufacture, General Mills
Air Commodore J Salutun - National Aerospace Council of Indonesia & Indonesian Parliament Member
Jack Brotzman - Physicist, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC and NICAP Special Advisor
Reverend Jack L Sanford - First Congregational Church, Longpoint, Illinois
Colonel Jack Morrow - Deputy Director for Estimates, US Air Force Intelligence
Captain Jack Puckett - US Air Force Military Pilot
Dr James C Bartlett Jnr - Astronomer and NICAP Special Advisor
James C. Beatty - Civil Defence & Ground Observer Corps, California and NICAP Special Advisor
James Chapman - in charge of UFO Photos for US Air Force Project Bluebook at Wright Air Development Center
James Dee - American Airlines First Officer
James F Bachmeier - Mid-Continent Airlines Co-Pilot
James Irwin - NASA Astronaut, Apollo 15
James Lovell - NASA Astronaut, Gemini 7 Mission
James Nelson - Carroll County Police Officer, Northeast Ohio
Lieutenant Colonel James McAshan - US Air Force
Brigadier General James McDivitt - Commanding Pilot Gemini Space Craft
Dr James E McDonald - Senior Physicist at the Institute for Atmospheric Physics, University of Arizona
Dr Jamison R. Harrison - Engineering Physics, Bedford, Massachusetts and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Jerry Linenger - NASA Astronaut
Major Jesse Marcel - US Army Intelligence Officer
Jim Copeland - Radar Controller
Jim Ritchey - Radar Controller
Jimmy Carter - Former US President
Major General Joe W Kelly - US Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel Joe Wojtecki - US Air Force, Strategic Air Command
Brigadier General John B Ackerman - Deputy Director for Collection & Dissemination of US Air Force Intelligence
John B. Bean - Pilot
Captain John Baldwin - Former Air Force Pilot
John Callaghan - Senior FAA Official, Head of Accidents and Investigations
John F Kennedy - Former US President
Major John F McLeod - Former US Air Force Pilot, Civil Air Patrol, Jacksonville, Florida and NICAP Special Advisor
Colonel John G Ericksen - Former Head of Policy and Management Group of the Directorate of Intelligence
Dr John P Guarino - Physical Chemistry, Mobil Research & Dev., Princeton, N.J and NICAP Special Advisor
John Maynard - Defence Intelligence Agency
John R. Cooke - Radar Technician, US Air Force Strategic Air Command
Lance Corporal John Weygandt - US Marine Corps
John W McCormack - Speaker at the House of Representatives
John Wilbur - Pan American Airlines Engineer
John Williams - Mid-Continent Airlines Chief Controller
John Zimmerman - Geologist
Captain Jose Lemos Ferreira - Portuguese Air Force, Ota Air Base
Joseph A Walker - NASA Astronaut/Pilot
Colonel Joseph J. Bryan III - Founder of the CIA's psychological warfare staff, special assistant to the secretary of the Air Force, advisor to NATO, and board of NICAP
Joseph J Greiner - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Radio Operator and Traffic Controller
Joseph J Kaliszewski - Aeronautical Engineer, General Mills
Captain Joseph L. Flynn - Pan American Airways
Commander Juan Barrera - Commander in charge, Aquirre Cerda Airbase
Julius L Benton Jr (M.S Biology) - Armstrong State College, Savannah and NICAP Special Advisor
General Kanshi Ishikawa - Chief of Staff of Japan's Air Self-Defence Force
Sergeant Karl Wolfe - Langley Air Force Base, Tactical Air Command
Kenneth B Steinmetz - Amateur Astronomer, Head of Denver Moonwatch and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Kenneth E. Bryan - Meteorology, Memphis, Tennessee and NICAP Special Advisor
Captain Kenneth G Brosdal - Pan American Airlines
Reverend Kenneth R. Hoffman - Pastor of the Grace Lutheran Church, Cleveland, Ohio
Captain Kervendal - French Gendarmerie
L D Sheridan Jnr - Former Marine Corps Pilot, Ponte Vedra, Florida and NICAP Special Advisor
L F Baney - United Airlines Pilot
Colonel L Gordon Cooper - Mercury Nine, Gemini Five Astronaut
Larry Warren - US Air Force, Security Specialist
Laverne Werta - Flight Service Specialist, FAA Office
Captain Lawrence W Vinther - Mid-Continent Airlines Pilot
Lee Katchen - Former Atmospheric Physicist for NASA
Sergeant Leonard Pretko - US Air Force
Leonard H. Stringfield - Public Relations, Ground Observer Corps, Cincinnati and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Leslie K Kaeburn - Biophysicist, University of Southern California and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Leslie Ward - Redlands Physician
General Lionel M Chassin - Commanding General of the French Air Forces and General Air Defence Coordinator, Allied Air Forces, Central Europe (NATO)
Lloyd V Berkner - Advisor, Robertson Scientific Advisory Committee on UFOs, Pentagon/NASA.
Lieutenant Colonel Lou Corbin - Former Army Intelligence and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Luis Alvarez - Nuclear Physicist, Robertson Panel Member and Nobel Peace Prize Winner 1968
Luther H O'Banian - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Air Traffic Controller
Rear Admiral M Herbert B Knowles - US Navy
Dr Magoroh Maruyama - Consultant in Anthropology & Social Psychology, Berkeley, California and NICAP Special Advisor
Sergeant Manuel Marcilino - Portuguese Air Force, Ota Air Base
Marie H Matthews - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Tower Controller
Dr Marcus Bach - State University of Iowa
Mark McCandlish - US Air Force
Martyn Stubbs - Secret NASA Transmission Department, NASA
Marvin W Skipworth - Judge, District Court of Oregon
Dr Maurice Biot - Leading Aerodynamicist and mathematical physicist
Maurice Chatelain - Former NASA Apollo Director of Communications
Captain Max M Jacoby - Chief Pilot, Pioneer Airlines
Merle Shane McDow - US Navy (Top Secret SCI Clearance Zebra Badge)
Michael Smith - US Air Force, Aircraft Control/Early Warning Operation
Professor Michio Kaku - Author of Theoretical Physics
Mikhail Gorbachev - Former Soviet President
Deputy Montgomery - Tehama County Sheriff's Office, California
Morton Gerla - Aviation Ordnance, Past Director N.Y.Chapter, American Rocket Society, NICAP Special Advisor
General Nathan Twinning - Chief of Staff US Air Force, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Newell Schneider - Sherriff's Office, Hillside, Michigan
Dr Nicholas E. Wagman - Director, Allegheny Observatory
Nick Pope - British Ministry of Defence Official, Head of the "UFO desk" at Air Secretariat 2-A
Neil Armstrong - NASA Astronaut, Apollo 11 Mission Commander and first man to land on the moon
Professor N N Kohanowski - Geologist & Mining Engineer, University of North Dakota, NICAP Special Advisor
Norman S Bean - Director of Engineering Development and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Norman S Wolf - Radiation Biologist, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash and NICAP Special Advisor
Air Marshall Nurjadin Roesmin - Former Commander in Chief of the Indonesian Air Force
Patrick McAley - Deputy Inspector, City of Chicago
Paul R Hill - Aeronautical Research Engineer
Pavel Popovich - Pioneer USSR Cosmonaut
Captain Peter W. Killian - American Airlines
Colonel Philip J Corso - Former Head of Foreign Technology, The Pentagon. Director of Intelligence on Eisenhower's National Security Staff. Army Intelligence Officer
Captain R B McLaughlin - US Navy Missile Expert, Naval Ordnance Laboratory and NICAP Special Advisor
R C Munroe - Engineering Standards Section Head of Raytheon Manufacturing Company
R L Messmore - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Airways Operations Specialist
Ralph D Mayher - News Photographer, Station KYW, Cleveland, OH, NICAP Special Advisor
Captain Raymond Ryan - American Airlines Pilot
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Headrick - Radar Bombing Expert
Richard Kuta - Rocky Mountains State Police
Senator Richard Russell - Head of the Armed Services Committee
Captain Robert Adickes -Trans World Airways DC-3 Pilot
Robert Arnholt - American Airlines Flight Engineer
Colonel Robert B Emerson - US Air Force, NICAP Board Member
Robert Dickerson - Police Officer, Oregon
Captain Robert F Manning - Trans World Airways DC-3
Robert Fisher - Pilot
Dr Robert H Williams - Radiation Chemistry, Mobil Research & Dev. Corp., Princeton, N.J and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Richard Haines - Aerospace Researcher, NASA (Retired)
Captain Robert Harris - Pan American Airways
Professor Robert Jacobs - USAF, Vandenberg Air Force Base
Dr Robert L Hall - Social Psychologist & Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, NICAP Special Advisor
Robert (Bob) Lazar - US Air Force (worked at Area 51 and S-4 area)
Sergeant Major Robert O Dean, former NATO intelligence analyst for SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe)
Lieutenant Colonel Robert Salas - US Air Force, SAC Launch Officer
Dr Robert Sarbacher - Physicist
Dr Robert Spencer Carr - Aztec UFO Crash Expert
Major Robert White - US Air Force
Colonel Robert Willingham - US Air Force
Roger A Stinard - State Police, Northeast Ohio
Roger L Guay, M.S., Physics - Infrared Technician, The Boeing Co., Seattle, Washington and NICAP Special Advisor
Dr Roger W Wescott - Chairman, Department of Anthropology, Drew University, N.J and NICAP Special Advisor
Ronald Reagan - Former US President
Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter - Former Director of the CIA
Rubens S Villela - Brazilian Meteorologist employed at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Sergeant Salvador Oliviera - Portuguese Air Force, Ota Air Base
Dr Samuel A Goudsmit - Advisor, Robertson Scientific Advisory Committee on UFOs, Pentagon / NASA
Samuel Freeman - Former President, National Aviations Trades Association and NICAP Special Advisor
Sarah McClendon - White House Correspondent, and Dean of the White House Press Corps
Scott Carpenter - NASA Astronaut, Mercury 7
Dr Seymour L Hess - Department Head of Meteorology, Florida State University
Major Shiro Kubuta - Japan's Air Self-Defence Force
Stanley Scott - California State Policeman
Stanton Friedman - Defence Contractor, Nuclear Physicist
Dr Stefan T Possony - Acting Chief of the Directorate of Intelligence Special Studies Group, US Air Force
Brigadier General Stephen Lovekin - National Guard, JAG, Eisenhower White House
Steve Lewis - Former Air Force Intelligence Officer who spent years investigating the UFO phenomenon for the US military
Dr Steven Greer - Director, The Disclosure Project
Dr Story Musgrave - NASA Astronaut and Scientist
Professor Ted Loder - University of New Hampshire
Texas J Rodriguez Jr - Pan American Airways Flight Radio Officer
Colonel Thomas Jefferson Dubose - US Air Force (adjutant to Brig. General Roger Ramey)
Captain Thomas Mantell - US Air Force
Thomas Townsend Brown, US Navy, 1956 founder of NICAP
Dr Thornton Page - Astronomer, John Hopkin's Operations Research Office and former board member on the CIA's Robertson Panel in Washington D.C
Tom Christensen - Wisconsin Central Airlines Representative
Tom Rush - Private Pilot
Lieutenant Colonel Toshio Nakamura - Japan's Air Self-Defence Force
Victor Afanasyev - USSR Cosmonaut
Victor G Didelot - B.S. Physics Research Engineer in Aircraft Instrumentation and Magnetics
Victor Marchetti - Former Special Assistant to the Executive Director of the CIA
Major General Vladimir Kovalyonok - USSR Aviation
Captain W.B. Nash - Pan American Airways and NICAP Special Advisor
W K Rutledge - Private Pilot
W R Peters - Former Pan American Airways Pilot, Coral Gables, Florida
Walter N Webb - Chief Lecturer on Astronomy, Charles Hayden Planetarium, Boston, Mass
Walter Schirra - NASA Astronaut Sigma 7
Dr Walther Reidel - Chief Designer and Research Director, German Rocket Centre, Peenemunde
Colonel Weldon H Smith - US Air Force
Wells Alan Webb - Chemical Engineer & Research Chemist, University of California
Wilbert B Smith - Former Chief of the Canadian Government's UFO Project Magnet and NICAP Special Advisor
Colonel Wilfred De Brouwer - Chief of Operations, Belgian Air Force
Colonel William A Adams - US Air Force Chief, Topical Intelligence Division
Brigadier General William A Matheny - 34th Air Defence Division in Albuquerque
William B Hiller - US Civil Aeronautics Administration Aircraft Communicator
Captain William B. Nash - Pan American Airways
William J Besler - President of Besler Corporation, Oakland, California
William H Ayres - US Congressman
William Fortenberry - Pan American Airways Second Officer
William Hodges - US Air Force, Goodfellows NSA Facility
Captain William Hutchins - Pan American Airways
Brigadier General William M Garland - US Air Force Assistant for Production at the Pentagon (The Number 2 man in Air Force Intelligence, 1952)
William Neff - American Airlines First Officer
Dr William S Bickel - Physicist, University of Arizona and NICAP Special Advisor
Colonel William T Coleman - Former Air Force Pilot, former Public Information Officer for Project Blue Book and Air Force's Chief Public Relations Officer during the 70s
William Van Horn - Civil Defence Director, Hillside, Michigan
Dr Willie Ley - Rocket Scientist, NASA Rocketry Division
First Officer W R Peters - Pan American World Airways and NICAP Special Advisor
Captain Willis T Sperry - American Airlines
Yevegni Khrunov - USSR Spacecraft Pilot, Soyuz-5
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