Air force manual 10-206

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AIR FORCE.

Also, it outlines what the procedure is when photos are presented- scan the 'negatives' (if any) and what type of film to scan them on. I was expecting something a little more exciting lol Thanks for sharing though They don't seem to be too concerned about the UFOs.

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The parade imagery mentioned on pdf page 37 gets a hher priority than the UFO imagery on pdf page 53.

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE <i>AIR</i> <i>FORCE</i> <i>AIR</i> <i>FORCE</i>.

Air Force Instruction 10-2519 - Alliance of Air National Guard Flht.

What you describe seems to fit the "and other aerial phenomena not obviously identifiable as conventional aircraft or missiles", which leaves open what exactly they mean by UFOs. plus, there are some "clues" in the document itself that make it look iffy rht away! Here's the reason, I once worked for the GPO and an older PPO who has long passed away, ed me over from my desk and showed me a document that was very similar. I have been advised classified instructions and documents exist concerning this subject, but has yet I haven't managed to identify these documents, if they exist that is.

Air National Guard Supplements - National Guard Bureau publications

It is interesting that they mention the UFOs at all though, after saying that they don't care about UFOs since project Blue Book closed. I don't think it is, but, not because the government is hiding secrets about exoatmospheric life forms (they do exist) but because the government can't keep a secret no matter how hard it tries.


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