|LC Classifications||TL789 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||60053317|
Flying Saucers And The U.S. Air Force: The Official Air Force Story Paperback – Octo by Lawrence J. Tacker (Author), Thomas D. White (Foreword) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Lawrence J. Tacker. FLYING SAUCERS AND THE U.S. AIR FORCE. THE U.S. AIR FORCE OFFICIAL STORY. HARDCOVER BOOK WITH JACKET. Dust Jacket shows wear. otherwise book is in Very Good Condition. FLYING SAUCERS AND THE U.S. AIR Rating: % positive. The book was a huge success and popularized many ideas in ufology that are still widely believed today. The Flying Saucers Are Real is short — only pages. Keyhoe contended that the Air Force was investigating these cases of close encounters, with a policy Author: Donald Keyhoe. In , F. Amadeo Giannini wrote the first book on the subject since Gardner's, and in the same year, Ray Palmer, editor of "Flying Saucers" magazine, applied the theory to provide a logical explanation for the origin of the flying saucers.
Project Blue Book: The U.S. Air Force Verses the Flying Saucers This scene of alien craft attacking Washington D.C. from the film Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers promoted the "aura of mystery" about UFOs that the Air Force very much wanted to get rid of. This informative, fast-paced, Gosh-wow joy-ride through the Golden Age of American flying saucer history profiles contactees Richard Shaver, George Adamski and Truman Bethurum, as well as famous events like the UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico. Flt/ing Saucers and the U.S. Air Force, written by Lt.-Col. Lawrence J. Tacker. Flying Saucers Over the White House is the story of Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, a US Air Force officer who researched UFO sightings in the s and made a concentrated effort to convince the United States Air Force that UFOs exist.
An excerpt of UFO sightings from Project Blue Book. Image: FBI. Between , the US government officially instructed citizens to report supposed UFOs to a new division of the Air Force called “Project Blue Book”, and citizens reported o UFO . Donald Keyhoe, a retired Marine Corps major, holds a copy of his book, "Flying Saucers from Outer Space," in which he claims the Air Force has . Rather than being flown by little green men from some distant planet, one flying saucer was very much of this Earth. It was part of the United States Air Force’s Project , an effort to. FLYING SAUCERS: An Analysis of the AIR FORCE PROJECT BLUE BOOK SPECIAL REPORT NO. 14 by Dr. Ton Davidson Third Edition consisting of Part As Early Air Force Press Releases Part B: The CIA Panel Report of Part C: The Current () Air Force Blue Book Release Part D: Analysis of the Special Report No.