Project Blue Book
The term used to describe the notoriously skeptical U.S. government official investigation into the UFO phenomena that lasted from 1948 until 1969.
American military authorities were forced to respond to the mounting ground swell of UFO reports. On January 22, 1948, Project Sign was set up, operating under the auspices of the Intelligence Division of the U.S. Air Force's Air Matériel Command headquarters at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio. In February 1949 the name was changed to Project Grudge, and in March 1952, to Project Blue Book. The project was finally phased out in December 1969.
Project Blue Book studied some 15,000 UFO reports, many received directly from military personnel. The project concluded that almost all reported UFO sightings had conventional explanations, and those that did not merely lacked the necessary data to solve them. There was a small percentage of very puzzling cases, but nothing to suggest that there was any real threat to the security of the U.S.A.
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Sources: (1) Fenômeno OVNI, Editora Século Futuro; (2) Mysteries of Mind, Space & Time: The Unexplained, H. S. Stuttman Inc. Publishers; (3) Mysteries of the Unknown, Time-Life Books.
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