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National Enquirer-UFOs

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John Pratt of the National Enquirer formally ask that the following question be formally submitted to Jody:

II Is it the official attitude of the liJhi te House that all government infor~ation on UFOs is available through the material released by the Air Force to National Archives?"

please advise and thankso

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF 'HE PRESIOENT OFFICE 0;:: sc.a-cs AND TECHNOLCGY POt..iCY

V/ASr!\NGTON, D C 205'JO

August 1,1977

Dear f·1r. Carr:

Hamilton Jordan's office has asked us to respond to your letter of July 20 concerning your UFOCOE p1ans.

We appreciate your interest in the UFO phenomena and your willingness to work personally with r'1r. Jordan on this matter. However, because of the pressure of Mr. Jordan's other responsibilities, this is impossible at this time.

The extensive and growing interest in UFOs has resulted in consideration of placing responsibi1ity for their future investigation in the hands of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Should these considerations materialize, we shall be pleased to put you in touch with the person best qualified to evaluate your ideas.

Again, thank you for your offer of assistance in this matter.

~lr. Robert S. Carr

3C1 Eldridge Street Clearwater, Florida 33515

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June 13, 1978

Dear Senator Cranston:

We regret the delay encountered in replying to your referral. Ordinarily, NASA and the Department of Energy would be the agencies responsible for responding to such queries. HOHever, to cut down on further delay, we are providing the attached information for your use in replying to your constituent,

Dawn Fuller.

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Christine Dodson Staff Secretary

The Honorable Ala~ranston United States Senate Washington, D.C, 20510

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY

WASHINGTON. D.C. 20500

December 27; 1977

MEil,1ORANDUH TO

Jody Powell

FROlYi:

Frank Press

SUBJECT;

UFO's

The attached from NASA Administrator Bob Frosch is for your information. It represents a mutually-agreed-upon position between NASA and OSTP about not undertaking an investigation of UFO's at this time, but not closing out the possibility should suitable evidence turn up.

Attachment

NASA is not i~volved in research concerning unidentified flying objects. Reports of unidentified objects entering u.s. air space are of interest to the u.s. military

QS a regular part of defense surveillance, but no government agency is conducting an ongoing investigation of UFOs at this time.

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An extensive study knoml as Project Blue Book was undertaken in the 1960's by the U.S. Air Force through a contract with the University of Colorado. Based on the findings of this study as reviewed by the National AcadeffiY of Sciences. the Air Force terminated the project

December 17, 1969.

The University of Colorado report, entitled Scientifio studv of VIIi"'",,;: tified F:':_ vine Ob~ects I wa s "publi shed in

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paperback by Bantam Books. A three-vollli~e photoduplication (AD 680:975-6-7) may be purchased for $18 from the National Technical Ln f o r riet.f ori Ser\'ice, U. S. Depal-tmer:t of CO;TLiH:;rce r Spring~ield, Virginia 22151. The co~plete reports were transferred from p_ir Force storc.ge in July 1976 to The National Archives, 8th Street und Pennsylvanic. Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20408. Those wishing to view the report

mu s t; ob t a i.n a researcher t 5 pe rrn i t f rom the Nat_ional l'.rchi v e s and Records Service.

The university of Colorado study reached the following c on c I u s i on s : (1) there wa s no evidence that the subject

of UFOs. h a d been "shrouGed in official secur i ty" i (2) UFOs did not constitute any hazard to national security; (3) two decades of UFO study had made no significant contribution to scientific knowledge; and (4) further extensive studv of the ceneral top_ic could not be Gx?ected to con-

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Dear Frank;

In your letter of July 21 you expressed the view that NASA should be the focal point for UFO matters, and specifically reCOf'JT_e:_-lded t-hat a panel of inquiry be f o rrue d by NAS.n. to see if t.h e re a r e any significant n ew findings s i.n oe the Condon report and that KASA become the focal point for general

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corresponaence and lnqUlrles.

'\vn j_ Le we are .i.n e 1 ined to ag ree w i th your r e ccrrrnerid a t ion, t.h ere are a n urr.b e r of que-stions wh i c h need to be resolved before any formal program is undert~~en. You may know that the Air Force served as the focal point for UFO matters during the 1960's

and devoteci consider2~le resources to the progra~. It, however, conclude~, in the absence of significant findings, that the program wa r r an te d no rio r e than routine form letter a!1S\\'srs to inquiries and has been handling the program in that manner

since about 1970. It 11.m ... ' handles c, small n·Gill!:,2:!: of inquiries,

perhaps 10 to 12 mori t h Ly , PAS.:';, Li k ew i s e , h2.;-101es routine

inq"L-dries by fODE letter response, 10 to 12 formal inquiries and a s on.ewh a t largel: nU:--:--G:;,er of pUJ)lic inquiries n--.ont'hly. NASA uses the information sheet attached in its responses. The Air Force uses similar data.

From the point of v i ev of the hdmir;i.st.rcltiOJ1 as a whole. this is economical. However, it fails to provide a recognized focal point for t.e c'hn ic a L app ra.i s a I of sisflti.ngs and i..lCl0erstand ab.l y results in some frustration to incividuals rriak i.nq ·\,-,'11 a t they con s i de r to 1)2 serious inqu.iri es.

A p2nel of inquiry such as you sugs-est might possibly discover

new significa~t findings.

It would certainly generate current

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

OFF:CE 0;: SCiENCE AND iECHNOLOGY POLICY

Septe~ber 14, 1977

Deal' Bob;

I have your letter of September 6 responding to my letter of July 21 recuT;~ending that t~ASA become a focal point faY' Federal

activity in UFO matters. .

I am pleased that you agree that NASA can handle the public inqu i ri es on UFOs. The fact that my Offl ce and the ~';hHe House can direct such 'inquiries to NASA will re1ieve my small staff of a responsibility we are not equipped to handle. Therefore, I have asked my essl st ent , Stan Schneider, vino has discussed this matter with your Executive Officer, Ed Andrews. to forward all our UFO i~quit'ies to NASA.

Regarding the recorrmendation for KASA to become a focal point for the scientific and technical appraisal of the UFO phenomenon,

I can unde,:; t.ar d your reluctance to commit the. agency to ~ f orma 1 program before eva 1 uat i ng the CU1Tent status and recent hoi story of UFO ac t i v i ty and detenrining vhat might be tnvo l vec in conducting

a serious study on this mat ter . Therefore, I concur 'iiith your idea of 2ssigning a project officer at NASA to review the situation

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By COP}' of this Iet.ter-, I am informing Jim Purks of the ~jhite House /'iEd 4 a Li a i son Offi ce of our exchange of ideas on tili s s ubj ect so that they are in the comnun it at i ons loop on this si tuat ion. I will suggest that he forward all public inquiries on UFOs to the White House to NASA (Code 4) for response.

I woul d appreciate it if K13.St, c?~ld keep my office. throuch ~t~n Schneid'2r, informed of any pl'ogress T!ie, agency makes to'If(1XO a cec t s i cn on a possible UFO study.

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interview in which he is quoted as saying he saw one once and if e l e ct e d wo u Ld make certain that .i.n f o.rma t i.on about there') is made av a.i Lab Le to the public.

Since then, we have said basically all records are unclassified and availa~le at Archives, or through the Freedom of Information Aot. I and the re fore the Pre s i den t 's comm:; trc:"':.n t .i s fulfilled.

However, Pratt is pressing ahead and says there are incidents \'11-ie-r6 the armed services have not divulged everything and

have occasionally told us -- the Press Office -- stories later found not to be ~ure.

He is writing a story now and has formally requested a stateme rrt. from Jody on UFO policy. He w ant.s to hear w i, thin a couple of days. I have usually handled UFO news inquiries from out--of-sta te, but this one is especially pressing. Could vou check with Jody and help me out to see if any kind of

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For your background, here is the latest report from Dr. Frank Press ,our Science Adviser. (We could say that for now the Administration is supporting Dr. Press in asking NASA to handle UFO inquiries and assigning one of their project officers to determine if a new study is needed.)

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Charlotte Blob Director

International Headquarters:

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Phone: (714) 749-0877 (Day or Night)

November 14, 1977

Dear Mr. Re iman:

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Mr. Richard Reiman Office of Public Liaison Room 100, EOB White House Washington, D.C. 20500

RE: REQUESTED PERSONAL MEETING WITH PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER

As a result of our interview with you at the Executive Office Bldg.,

__ June 24, 1977 and following our recent phone conversation of Oct. 7,

I am sending this letter to formally request that a personal meeting be arranged with President Jimmy Carter for Charlotte Blob (Director of UFO Education Center) and her associates. Briefly, the reasons for requesting such a meeting are as follows.

1) On March 31, 1976, Presidential Candidate Jimmy Carter --as a result of our questions to him at the Appleton Airport News Conference (Appleton, Wis.) --- made the historic declaration for the fir§t time that, as President, he would release all the secret government information concerning UFO's.

2) Immediately following that News Conference, I spoke personally with Mr. Carter telling of our extensive evidence and films, and the humanitarian work of Charlotte Blob and UFO Education Center. Mr. Carter thanked me for the offer to view the films, etc., and said a meeting could be arranged sometime following the election.

3) The President needs to know that there is far more to this Field

than paperbacks, statistics, or academic speculation. ALL PEOPLE FROM ALL BACKGROUNDS ARE INVOLVED. For this purpose, UFO Education Center

is unique in its non-profit service of Direct Counseling -- on a

24-hour, "Open Line" telephone, available across the country. This is

a humane approach: an effort to develope a profound dialogue, by means of a sound. educational program, at all levels --- universities; schools; community and religious groups; State, Local, and Federal Officials;

law enforcement agencies; and concerned citizens and leaders in many other countries.

4) It is urgent for the President to know that a vast number of citizens acknowledge the objective reality of peaceful Visitations. Thousands, even millions, have a voice to be heard on the basis of their own experiences.

5) It is URGENT that the President learn from us, first-hand, the unprecedented near-landings correlated with his Presidential Campaign. The data are outstanding------reported exclusively to UFO Education Cent,er by highly-credible. unrelated witnesses including professors, technicians, officials, farmers. and veterans!

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Midwest Headquarters: 1424 E. Coolidge Avenue, Appleton, Wis, 54911 (414) 731-5001

November 23, 1977

Dear Mr. Heiman:

Through the oourtesy of Mr. Richard Reiman, we have learned of your request for a meeting with the Presidept for Ms. Charlotte~lob, Director

of toe UFO Education Center, and her aBsooiates.

The President is indeed grateful for the willingness ot Ms. Blob and her associates to come in

to talk with him in an effort to be helpful and would like to see personally all who now are expressing this desire.. If ciroumstances permitted~ be woulq be glad to meet with them but, most unfortunately, the heavy demands on his

time just will Dot allow him to do so.

With our best wishes and our thanks for"' your courtesy in writing on behalf of Ma~ Blob,

Sincerely,

Fran Voorde

DIrector of -"SCheduling

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The Honorable~rademas

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Dear Mr. Brademas:

Frank Moore has asked me to respond to your letter of May 5 requesting infonnation as to a possible White House statement on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), the request being prompted by a letter from your constituent referring "to an item in the April 18 issue of~U.S. News and World Report. That item indicated that the Government would make disclosures about UFOs, based on infonnation from the CIA.

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is no other Federal UFO program at this time.

We hope this information is of help to you in replying to your constituent.

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For the past 17 years the International UFO Burc2u, Inc. has researched thc subject of unidentified flying obj ec t s , cornrnori Ly callcd and known the wo r Ld over as 'flying saucers'.

Ne~dless to say we are deeply interested ~n the recent sightings in and around Georgia and for this reason have several 'field investigators' in the area at this time.

Reports have reached our office that you have observed the obj ects and I am wondering if you wo u Ld be kind enought to supply us with the details of your experience ?

I have enclosed one of our sighting forms and \O/ill welcome any additional statements or illustrations thut you care to offer.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have and if the Bureau can be of service to you or your office feel free to contact us. Until then, I remain ....

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