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THE REPORT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (The memoir of the US Air Force officer who coined the acronym UFO and spearheaded the UFO reports, Blue Book) - Annotated UFOLOGY, THE UNDERGROUND STUDY By Edward J. Ruppelt THE REPORT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS The memoir of the US Air Force officer who coined the acronym UFO and spearheaded the UFO reports Blue Book Annotated UFOLOGY THE UNDERGROUND STUDY This is Edward J Ruppelt s memoir of his role in the seminal US Air Force UFO study projects Projects Sign Grudge and Blue Book According to this account he coined the acronym UFO and put many of th
  • Title: THE REPORT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (The memoir of the US Air Force officer who coined the acronym UFO and spearheaded the UFO reports, Blue Book) - Annotated UFOLOGY, THE UNDERGROUND STUDY
  • Author: Edward J. Ruppelt
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  • Page: 195
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  • THE REPORT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (The memoir of the US Air Force officer who coined the acronym UFO and spearheaded the UFO reports, Blue Book) - Annotated UFOLOGY, THE UNDERGROUND STUDY By Edward J. Ruppelt This is Edward J Ruppelt s memoir of his role in the seminal US Air Force UFO study projects Projects Sign, Grudge and Blue Book According to this account, he coined the acronym UFO and put many of the official procedures for reporting and studying UFOs in place An enjoyable read, this book captures the feel of working for the mid 20th century US military He describThis is Edward J Ruppelt s memoir of his role in the seminal US Air Force UFO study projects Projects Sign, Grudge and Blue Book According to this account, he coined the acronym UFO and put many of the official procedures for reporting and studying UFOs in place An enjoyable read, this book captures the feel of working for the mid 20th century US military He describes the changing attitudes of the USAF about UFOs during the early 1950s wobbling between denial, ridicule, paranoia, and genuine inquiry A key point of this book is to resolve doubts about the military s role Ruppelt makes a strong case that UFOs weren t a top secret weapons system the reports were not disinformation by intelligence agencies nor was there a concerted effort to cover up UFOs by the US government Ruppelt does recount many times when the brass tried to dismiss reports without investigating them sufficiently However, this comes across as simply standard issue military cover your ass behavior, not a vast conspiracy He gives unique details on some of the most impressive sightings on his watch These were largely witnessed by highly trained observers such as radar operators, fighter and commercial pilots, astronomers, and other scientists, often during the course of their official duties The Air Force group that Ruppelt worked for had access to data on top secret balloon launches and test flights, so they were able to sort out which reports could be explained in this way He consulted with a wide range of scientific specialists, many of whom were in favor of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, and some who were skeptics Fully a quarter of the reports were still unexplained after this rigorous filtering Ruppelt is decidedly agnostic, but open minded, about the reality behind the unexplained sightings Unlike Keyhoe, he does not claim that UFOs are interplanetary spacecraft, only that this is one of the possible explanations.
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      United States Air Force officer probably best known for his involvement in Project Blue Book, a formal governmental study of UFOs.He is generally credited with coining the term unidentified flying object , to replace the terms flying saucer and flying disk which had become widely known because the military thought them to be misleading when applied to objects of every conceivable shape and performance.

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