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I 1. NUMPCR OF OBJECTS 



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; LENGTH OF OBSERVATION 

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TTPC OF OBSERVATION 

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[i. Photos 






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0. Physical evidence 



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2. LOCATION 

Morris viile, Per.n. 

10. CONCLUSION 

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11. BRIEF SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS 

Observer stated that object appeared as a iioht wita soito nor 
oi' a tail that vas very brignter. Observer stated that i- 
appeared to be orighter taan a star, xt had no ViSible s.uen 
The color vas intense, oright light, (Blue-White ) ana s..iar.. e. | 
Object appeared to be moving in a northwest to nortn directio,. 



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DEPA*^TM^NT Or THE AIR FORCE 

HZADOUaR ,*Sn5 FOnSlGN T5CHNO-OGY DI VUSION <AK5C* 
WRIGHT. PATTenSON AIR FORCS SA5S OHIO AS433 



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Reference yciur unidentified observation. The information vhlch 
we have received is not sufficient for a scientific evaluation. 
Request you complete the attached FTD Form 164 and return it in 
the envelope provided. Thank you for reporting your observation 
to the Air Force. 



,’JAMB3 C. RANATT, Colonel, USAP 
^ director of Technology and Subsystems 



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U.S. rOaC2 TSCHHICAL 



This qu«^ticAnoi/«^ ho% pr^p^ufi 30 thof you con (^ivo tht U*$* Air Forco os rnuch 
informotion az pojsibto conc#fnln^ th# unSdonUfitc) oonol phonomsnon t)iot you Sava obsorvoji. 
Phoio try to onsw^ os mony qoo^tlons os you possibly con* Ths in(or.'«wtion tbot ycu givs; wjH 
bo usod fcf rotocrcb pgrposoi« Your nomo wilt not b# usod in con.*%oction with ony stotonwnls, 
conclusions, or publieotions without your porn^lsa ion* Ws roquost this porsonol Informotlon sc 
thot if it is dssrnod nocotsory, ws rogy conloct you fc^ furths^ cUtoils* 




}. Whsn did you soo ths objoct? 



Ooy f Month 



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Time Zone: 



(Ctrc/o One); 



; Eosttrn 
cT Centroi 
e* Meuntoin 
d* Poeific 
e. Other 



(Circ/e One); o** Ddyliyht 5o.*mf, 

Slondord 




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Hoersst Ad^eto 



5» How long wos object in sight? {Teiel Durotlen) 



o» Certoin 

Foifly certoin 

5*t How wos tivr^e !n sight determined? 

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5*2 '^ot object in li^t continuously? 



City Of Town 



Coo'^ty 




Howf* 



Minur 



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c« Not very sure 
^ di Just a guess 

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No 



6» Whot wos the condition of the sky? 


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1 DAY 


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0* Brii^t 


{jOj) Bright t 


bt Cloudy 


p* Cloudy ^ 




IF you Boe the object during DAYLIGHT# where woe the SUN located os you loo!<ed at the cbiect? 



(Orc/e One); o. In front of you 

b. in beck of yqu 
c< To youf rlsh^ 



d* To your left 
e* Overheod 
f. Don*t remember 



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j 8. IF yfiu 50W thd object or NIGHT^ whnt did you rolfce coiKeming tb# STARS ond MOCN? 



8.1 SI ARS (C. ircle On^); 

a« None 
A few 

c. Mony 

d. Oon^t remember 



8.2 MOON fCirc/a Or>e).* 

0 . Bright moonlight 
b« Ouii moonlight 

No moonlight - pitch dorb 
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9i Whot the weorher cenditione ot the time you «aw the object? 



CLOUDS (Crrc/e OneJ; 

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b. Holy 

c. Scattered cloud » 

d. Tht<h xA heovy clouds 



WEATHER fCirc/e On%): 

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X^Ofl, milt, o# light rolii 
c. Moderote or heavy rain 
d* Snow 

e. Don't remember 



10. The object appeared; (Circl* 

a. Solid 

b. Tfcnipaient 

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IL If it appeared ae o light, woe it brighter then the brighteet etort? fCircfe One}; 

Brighte r^ c. About the lame 

d. Don't know 



b. Dimmer 



11*1 Compere brightneee to lome common object: 



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)2i The edgei of the object were: 



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0 . Fuxzy or blurred 
b. Like Q bright etcr 
C* Sharply outlined 
d. Don't remember 



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10. Do you ih{nl< you con the $pesri of the ob|ectV 

ICircIo Onv) Y«s i^No) 



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IF you answered YES, then who! speed would you oatin.arey 



21. Do you think you con estimate how for awoy from you the object wos? 

(Circie One) Yes 



IF you onswerod YES, than how for owoy would you soy it was? 



22. Where ware you located when you sow the object? 
(Cifcltf One); 



o. inside a building 



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jr> <3 COf^ 

Outdoor* ) 

In on oirplor>e (type) 
At sea 

Other 






23. Were you fCrrc/o One) 

0 . jr: the busir^sss section of u ctty? 
b ^ If, >h e re&idenfiol s^tlcn of c city? 

tr op en countrywide? ^ ^ 

an olrfie!d^S>^/«^^^ /-/i^ t/ / C 

ei Fly Tng over o city? 

f. Flying oyer open country? 

g. Other 



24. IF you were MOVING IN AN AUTOMOBILE or other vehicle at the ttme, then complete the foMowlhg questions 

24.1 Whot direction were you moving? fCiVefe One) 



0 . North 
b. Northeast 



c. Eost 
d» Southeost 



a. South 
f, Southwest 



g. West 

Northwest 



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24.2 How Foit were you moving*^ ^ ^ ^ m ilm per hour. 

24.3 Did you stop at ony time while you were lookirtg at the object? 

(Circk One) No 



25. Did you observe the object through any of the following? 



a. Eyeglosies 


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No 


e. Bl.noculcrt 


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No 


b. Sun glasses 


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No 


f. Telescope 


Ya* 


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c. Windshield 




No 


g. Theodolite 


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d. Window gloss 


Yes 


No 


h. Other 


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26» In O'der that you con give os clear a picture os possible of whot you sow, dsscrrbe in your own words o common | 
abject or objects which, when placed up in the sky, would give the same appaorance os tha object which you sow,| 



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show how high tht object woi obov« th» horiion (skyline) svh«n you /c3f jiuw it. Ptoca on ' ’A* co th« ccntpas» 
wh»o ycv flr^f lew lt« Piece o **Q" on thi compaii whe^eyoo lost itjw the object. 

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28. Draw o picture thot will thow the n^otion that the object or objects modo. Place on or the begmni;iq ot the f 
poth, a at the end of the poth, end thcw ony changes in direction during the course* , i 

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39* IF there was MORE THAN ONE ob|ect, then how many were there? 

Drow 0 picture c( how they were orronged^ end put on orrow to show the^ direction thot they were traveting. 






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31. WoA anyone tia* with you ot fhe timo you sow th* object? (Orcio 0n%) 
31.1 tF you oniwett^d YES# <Jid they lee the object too? (Orcio One) 






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33. When ond to v^om did you report thot you hod aten the 



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