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I am writing concerning your letter dated 18 January, which we received in this office on the 26 January 2005. Sorry for the long delay in getting back to you. You may wish to be aware that there is already some information about UFOs available for public viewing. MOD files on UFOs were routinely destroyed after 5 years until 1967 when they were generally preserved for The National Archives. A few have survived before 1967 and these together with records up to 1977 are now available for viewing. The National Archives can be contacted at Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU or telephone, 020 8876 3444. The National Archives also have a website giving information about the records they hold and how to access them. This can be found on the internet at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk. The Ministry of Defence Freedom of Information Publication Scheme also contains documents relating to the well known events in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk in 1980 and the final report of the Flying Saucer Working Party in 1951. These can be accessed via the internet at http://www.foi.mod.uk. A search in the Scheme under 'UFO' will take you to this information. I made a search for any information of the Black flying triangle sighting on the 23 March 1997, and have found that we have no documentation relating to that alleged incident on our files. Also, I have made a search through all the UFO related files from the year 2002 up to the present date, and have found no sightings of flying triangles you requested for the areas of Cardiff, Derbyshire, Bonnybridge and the North Sea. As to other areas of the UK where triangles have been seen, I have found a few reports on our files and they are as follows» 23 October 2002,07:04, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Large silver triangle - which then changed shape. Was clouded in a pink and green haze. 19 December 2002, 06:30, Chaldon, Surrey. Very bright object, with an orange/yellow triangle behind it.

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Dear I am writing with reference to your letter dated 21 st August, which was received in this office on the 14thSeptember 2004. In your letter you refer to an alleged 'UFO' encounter with HMS MANCHESTER as investigated by Lord Hill- Norton. I can confirm that Lord Hill-Norton wrote to the MOD in October 2002 to request that HMS MANCHESTER'S ship log be scrutinised for any references to unidentified aerial craft sighted by the ship's company during the periods 26 October to November 1998 and 8 February to 3 March 1999. No such references were found in any of the log entries which were available. Unfortunately, HMS~· NCHESTER'S log covering the period 1 February until sunrise on 13 February 1999 was 1 t d ing a deployment in Bodo, Norway. The log was positioned, as is the custom, at the h . of the gangway when the vessel was alongside in port, and an unusually strong gust of wind carried it overboard. The circumstances are properly recorded and certified by HMS MANCHESTER'S Commanding Officer in the log opened on 13 February, following this loss. In light ofthe missing document, the Commanding Officer of HMS MANCHESTER at the time was contacted and stated that nothing which could be remotely construed as an unusual event or sighting involving unidentified aerial craft occurred during this or any other ofHMS MANCHESTER'S deployments while he was in command. You also request copies of "soil sample test results and any radiation readings collected from the two landing sites" at Rendlesham Forest. Copies of the documents we hold on this incident were sent to you in September 2001 and can now also be found in the MOD Freedom of Information Publication Scheme at www.foi.mod.uk. We know of no evidence of any other documents relating to this alleged incident. Finally, the rest of your letter refers to UFO sightings in the US and Canada. Clearly these are matters for your own Government, not the UK. Yours sincerely

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Date 23 January 2003

Dear I am writing with reference to your letter of 31 December 2002. First, you requested a copy of the Ministry of Defence papers relating to the alleged 'UFO' sighting in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk in 1980. A copy of these papers were sent to you with my letter of 10 September 2001. At that time three papers were withheld under Exemption 2 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (the Code), but these were later released following an investigation by the Parliamentary Ombudsman and were sent to you on 25 July 2002. These documents have also now been included in the MOD Freedom of Information Publication Scheme which can be found on the internet at www. fo j . mod. 1] k. A search under Rendlesham Forest will take you directly to the documents or a search under UFO will find all the classes of information on UFOs included in the Scheme. With regard to your request for "the radar tracking records from RAF Neatishead and RAF Fylingdales", this department does not hold this data, as it is kept at RAFNeatishead and RAF Fylingdales, but you may wish to be aware that data derived from air defence phased array radars such as those accessed by RAF Neatishead is electronically recorded and held for only 30 days before disposal. Similarly, tracking data from RAF Fylingdales radar is recorded onto magnetic tape and is held for up to four weeks. As the data is held in electronic form, it would be of little use to you without the appropriate software to translate it into a readable form or the necessary expertise to interpret it. In both cases, the information is classified as it reflects the capabilities of the respective systems and if requested it is unlikely to be released. Finally, you said you were "interested in flying triangles over RAF Cornwall", you may wish to note that there is no such RAF· Station.

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As we discussed, it is not entirely clear whatl!ll!!s after precisely. Data derived from air defence phased array radars such as those accessed by NealiSeaiSeectronically recorded and held for 30 days before disposal. Similarly, tracking data from the Fylingdales radar is recorded onto magnetic tape and is held for up to about 4 weeks. In both cases the information is classified as it reflects the capabilities of the respective systems and, therefcore, would not be releasable. Furthermore, because the data is held in electronic form, it would be of little value to anyone without the appropriate software to translate it into a readable form. Hope this helps!

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As discussed earlier, has requested " ..the radar tracking records from RAF Neatishead and RAF Fylingdales phased radar tracking stations". I would be grateful for a few lines to give him on this. I received his letter on 13th January, so will need to send a reply by the 31st January. Thanks

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I am writing concerning your recent letter in which you asked for information about an alleged "UFO flap over central London, seven years ago". We are not aware of any such incident and are unable therefore to provide the information you are seeking. You also asked about "slow moving triangular craft moving over the North Sea and along the coastline". This request has already been addressed in our previous correspondence. Finally, I am unable to comment on the remainder of your letter as these are matters for the US, not UK, authorities. Yours sincerely,

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Dear Further to our letter of 10 September 2001, I am writing concerning three documents from the MOD file on the alleged sighting of an 'Unidentified Flying Object' near Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, which were withheld from you under Exemption 2 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (the Code). There has recently been an investigation by the Parliamentary Ombudsman into the decision to withhold these documents and the Ombudsman has concluded that the three documents do fall under the scope of Exemption 2. However, in the particular circumstances of this case he recommended that the documents should nonetheless be provided to the individual who made the 'complaint, and MOD has accepted this. The MOD also agreed to supply the documents to all those from whom they had previously been withheld and they are therefore enclosed for your information. Some have been anonymised in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

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14th May, 1985 David Alton, Esq., HP, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1 Dear Mr. Alton, has kept me informed about her correspondence with you on the unusual incidents which were reported to the Ministry of Defence by USAF authorities at RAF Woodbridge in January 1981. I have also seen Lord Trefgarne's letters to you of 19th March. ecided to write further to you about this puzzling and disquieting case, an she referred to me her enclosed letter of 31st March, which is addressed to you, in the hope that I might be able to add useful comments. Much to my regret I have had to spend much time out of London on other business~. cent w e's and it is only now that I am able, very belatedly, to send on IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIletter to you. My own background, ,in brief, is that I served.in the Ministry of Defence from 1949 to 1977, leaving in the grade of Under Secretary of State. From 1969 to late in 1972 I headed a Division in the central staffs of the ~!OD which had responsibilities for supporting RAF operations. This brought me into touch with a proportion of the many reports which the Department receives about unidentified traces in British airspace. is right to remain very dissatisfied I believe tha t with the official line adopted on the Rendlesham Forest incidents of Decembe~ 1980. I have said so on a number of public occasions, and I have pursued the matter in correspondence with the MOD - wholly without success. At the risk of burdening you with an excessive amount of paper, I attach the most recent of my letters to the Ministry of Defence. You will see that this is dated 25th February 1985. I have so far received no answer, despite reminders. On a previous occasion it took the Department three and a half months to send me a wholly perfunctory reply.

laims much collateral evidence for her own views; on this I am not competent to comment. My own position is, quite simply, that an extraordinary report was made to the Ministry of D~fence by the Deputy Base Commander at RAF Woodbridge early in 1981; that the very existence of this report • was denied by, the.M()D.u?ti!_per:.s.A:>~~!'.t~,r~~~.£~~"",i,Q",S.9:~;,J!~.~,~~~~,~~,.J;~lea "~~"'~~i:t~~·,~tii't'd':er"'the""Amei'iC"ati"'pm"(rom~ oCtnforrnatioh~ Acf"in 1983; and that the HOD's resp, onses to questions since that time have been thoroughly unsatisfactory. I cannot accept Lord Trefgarne's view that there is no Defence interest in this case. Unless Lt.Col. Halt was out of his mind, there is clear evidence in his report that British airspace and territory were intruded upon. by an unidentified vehicle on two occasions in late December 1980 and that no . authority was able to prevent this. If, on the other hand, Halt's report cannot.. be believed, there is equally clear evidence of a setious misjudgement of event~ by USAF personnel at an important base in British territory. Either way, the-·· IREDACTION ON ORIGINAL DOCUMENT I

case can hardly be without Defence significance.· The dates in question are now rather remote, but I doubt that this should be taken to excuse the very perfunctory manner in which Lord Trefgarne has dealt with your letter. I hope that you may feel able to pursue the matter further, either in correspondence or in a·PQ. The essence of the questions to b~s to me to lie in my preceding paragraph. Seen in these terms, ~article in the GUARDIAN (which Lord Trefgarne rather surprisingly falls back upon) is wholly irrelevant. If the USAF really are capable of hallucinations induced by a lighthouse wh'ich must surely be very familiar to them, then I shudder for that po~erful finger which lies upon so many triggers ... My own letter to the MOD (enclosed) raises other more detailed questions. But I do not suggest t\lat you should necessarily concern yourself with them, anyway at this stage. It would be nice if the MOD would answer letters, of course! But the'essence of the Defence interest which I suggest a responsible Member of Parliament might reasonably raise lies in the argument I have tried to present above. If I can be of any assistance in discussion with you, I am at your disposal. Yours sincerely,

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I am writing with reference to your letter of 17 June in which you requested records of 'UFO' sightings received from Cornwall in 1996.
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REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE CODE OF PRACTICE ON ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT INFORMATION 1. is a persistent correspondent who makes regular, often vague, requests for information. He lives in the USA and makes these requests quoting the FOIA although he has been told on a number of occasions that we operate under the Code. 2. We have refused several of his previous requests under Exemption 9 of the Code (Voluminous or Vexatious) and (in accordance with the Code) have told him if he could narrow his request we would consider what we could make available. He has now narrowed his request to UFO sightings in Cornwall in 1996 (including flying triangles, Alternate Space Craft (ASC), chevrons, Boomerangs and saucers). 3. 1996 was a particularly busy year for reports and there are four UFO Report files and six Correspondence files. An estimate ofthe time it would take to manually search these files assuming two minutes per enclosure is as follows; Report files = 4 files X 100 enclosures X 2 minutes =800 minutes (13 hrs 20 mins) Correspondence files = 6 files X 100 enclosures X 2 minutes = 1200 minutes (20 hrs) Total estimate to complete task
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4. Clearly, 33 hours is outside the 12 hours which we would normally consider to be a reasonable amount of work undertaken and on this basis this request under Exemption 9 ofthe Code. However, we have already sent a list of sighting reports for 1996 which gives dates and locations and we use to identify relevant reports on the four Report files. It may not be as thorough as examining every report but it would considerably cut down the time taken to extract the relevant information from the Report files to maybe 20-30 minutes. 5. With regard to the six Correspondence files, there is no way of identifying any letters from Cornwall without manually going through the files and this could take up to 20 hours. 6. In summary, even if we search the Report files as described in para 4 this request is still going to take in excess of 20 hours to complete and this is eight hours more work than we would normally agree to undertake. Nevertheless, I am reluctant to refuse this request under Exemption 9 because we have already refused a number of his requests for being voluminous and have asked him to narrow them. He has now narrowed it to one year and one specific area

and it is difficult to see how he could narrow it any more. In fact, if we did refuse and it went to appeal I think Info(Exp) might think we are being unreasonable. 7. I propose that we infor~ that he has chosen a particularly busy year for UFO reports and correspondence and to search for the information would take more hours than we have the capacity to accommodate within the 20 days set out in the Code. However, we are prepared to undertake the work over an extended period (maybe 2 months). He would have to agree to pay for the search at the normal rate of £ 15 per hour of which the first four hours would be free, leaving a total of 16 hours 30 minutes to pay at £255 (unless you think we should charge him less because we are not supplying within 20 days). As~ _ives in the US, I have made enquiries with about whether we can accept fees in Dollars. He believes the MOD does have a Dollar vote, but has aske~ check this. 8. I would be grateful for your views on my proposal. In order to answer this request within 15 working days, I will need to send a reply by 11 July.

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From: Directorate of Air Staff (Lower Airspace) Operations & Policy 1

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
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Room 6173, Metropole Building, Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5SP
Telephone (Direct dial) (Switchboard) (Fax) (GTN)

020 7218 2140 020 7218 9000

Your Reference Our Reference DIDAS/64/3/12 Date 29 May 2002

Dear I am writing with reference to your letter of 17 May addressed to the Civil Aviation Authority. The staff at the CAA were not aware from your letter that you were requesting a copy of an airmiss report and as I deal with UFO correspondence, they referred your letter to me. I have, however, obtained a copy of the airmiss report for 6 January 1995 and this is enclosed for your information . .I hope this is helpful.

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PART A: SUMMARY

OF INFORMATION

REPORTED

TO JAS

THE B737 PILOT reports that he was over the Pennines, about 8 or 9 NM SE of Manchester Airport, at 4000 ft, while being radar vectored by Manchester radar on 119.4. He was flying at 180-210 let on a N heading and squawking 5734 with Mode C selected. Although it was dark, visibility was over 10 km with a fairly strong NW wind (340/30). While flying just above the tops of some ragged Cu both he and the first officer saw a lighted (see JAS notes) object fly down the RH side of the ac at high speed from the opposite direction. He was able to track the object through the RH windscreen and side window, having it in sight for a total of about 2 seconds. There was no apparent sound or wake. The first officer instinctively 'ducked' as it went by. The first officer reports that his attention, initially focused on the glare shield in front of him, was diverted to something in his peripheral vision. He looked up in time to see a dark object pass down the right hand side of the ae at high speed; it was wedge-shaped with what could have been a black stripe down the side. He estimated the object's size as somewhere between that of a light ac and a Jetstream, though he emphasises that this is pure speculation. It made no attempt to deviate from its course and no sound was heard or wake felt. He felt certain that what he saw was a solid object - not a bird, balloon or kite.

MANCHESTER ATC reports that the B737 was being radar vectored from Dayne to the ILS for RW 24 when
the pilot reported a lighted object passing close by above and in the opposite direction. traffic in the vicinity at the time and no radar contacts were seen. There was no known

JAS Note (1): Telephone conversations subsequently took place with both the captain and the first officer. The captain remained convinced that the object was itself lit. Although he could not determine a definite pattern, he described it as having a number of small white lights, rather like a Christmas tree. He confirmed the high speed of the object, and though unable to estimate its distance, said he felt it was very close. Following the incident. the captain and first officer independently drew what they had seen, both agreeing about the shape but differing in their opinions about the lighting aspeots. The first officer felt that the object was illuminated by their landing lights, which at that stage were switched on. He was unable to assess its distance, other than to say that he involuntarily 'ducked', so it must have appeared to him to have been very close. He was entirely convinced, as was the captain, that what they had seen was a solid object and not a Met phenomenon, balloon, or any other craft with which they were familiar, or a Stealth ae, which he had himself seen and which he feels he would have recognised. JAS Note (2): Despite exhaustive investigations the reported object remains untraced. A replay of the Clee radar shows a number of secondary contacts, including the subject B737, being radar sequenced in the ManchesterTMA and zone. The B737 tracks over two almost stationary primary contacts just N of Leek on a NW heading while descending through FL 70-60. On entering the Manchester TMA, passing FL 50, it is vectored right onto about 0400, and continues to descend on a NE track along the E boundary of the

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Manchester TMA to within 0'75NM of the Daventry eTA, where the base of CAS is FL 45. At this point, passing 3600 Mode C, the ac is turned onto a L base for RW 24 as part of a busy sequence of inbound ac. At no time during this downwind leg is any other radar contact seen in the vicinity. An extract from the RT recording on 119.4, which shows that the B737 was given descent clearance to 4000 ft at 1845:30, follows: From:

B737 (1848)Manchester 8737 Manchester B737 Manchester B737 -

"cis we just had something go down the RHS just above us very fast."
"Well, there's nothing seen on radar. Was it er an ac?" "Well, it had lights, it went down the starboard side very quick." "And above you?"

"er, just slightly above us, yeah."
"Keep an eye out for something, er, I can't see anything at all at the moment so.er, must have, er, been very fast or gone down very quickly after it passed you I think." "OK. Well, there you go!"

The possibility that the object might have been a hang glider, paraghder or microlight was investigated, but all the operating authorities, without exception, agreed that this was an extremely unlikely explanation, for various reasons, but mainly because none of these activities takes place at night. In addition, there are the obvious hazards of flying in the dark, from high ground (the peaks in this area along the Pennine ridge range from 1600 to over 2000 ft), strong winds, and because these aircraft are unlit. JAS also explored the possibility of military activity, but could find no evidence in support of this from any official source. In any case, it seems most unlikely that such a flight would have been conducted in CAS and. so close to a busy international airport. Because of the B737's proximity to uncontrolled airspace to the E of Manchester during the downwind leg, which covers the airmiss period, the possibility of unknown military or civil activity in the adjacent FIR cannot be completely discounted. However, the liklihood of such activity escaping detection is remote, as the area is well served by several radars and any movements at the levels in question would almost certainly have generated a radar response.

rART B: SUMMARY OF THE WORKING

GROUP'S DISCUSSIONS

Information available to the Working Group included reports from the pilot of the B737, transcripts of the relevant RT frequencies, a video recording, and reports from the air traffic controllers involved. The Group were anxious to emphasise that this report, submitted by two responsible airline pilots, was considered seriously and they wished to commend the pilots for their courage in submitting it, and their company, whose enlightened attitude made it possible. Reports such as these are often the object of derision, but the Group hopes that this example will encourage pilots who experience unusual sightings to report them without fear of ridicule. It was quickly realised by all members that, because of its unusual nature, they could only theorise on the possibilities once normal avenues of investigation had been explored. There is no doubt that the pilots both saw an object and that it was of sufficient significance to prompt an airmiss report. Unfortunately, the nature and identity of this object remains unknown, To speculate about extra-terrestrial activity, fascinating though it may be, is not within the Group's remit and must be left to those whose interest lies in that field. It is probably true to say, however, that almost all unusual sightings can be attributed to a wide range of well known natural phenomena. There are, of course, a few which defy explanation and thus fuel the imagination of those who are convinced that there is "something going on" out there. Usually activity of this kind is accompanied by a rash of ground sightings in the same geographic area; in this case, as far as is known, there were no other reports and therefore the incident has to be reviewed in isolation, with no other witnesses. The resources normally available when investigating airmisses are pilots' reports, corroborated by
radar and RT recordings. Often these will provide all the clues necessary, but in this case there is no "reported

pilot", and radar recordings do not show any unknown contacts. The lack of a radar contact is not necessarily unusual if weather suppressors arc in usc on the radar, particularly if the object generates a poor radar
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therefore disregards it. Enquiries into military activity did not reveal any ac in the area at the time, and it was considered inconceivable that such activity would take place so close to a busy airport without some sort of prior notification. Members put forward other suggestions, such as a large model aircraft or a commercially operated remotely controlled craft, such as those which are used for survey or photographic work. Considering the prevailing conditions - darkness, high ground, strong NW wind, and the proximity of a major international airport - the Group felt that this kind of activity, together with the hang glider/rnicrolight theory, could not be regarded as a realistic possibility. As was pointed out by one member, however, the extreme actions of a foolhardy individual cannot be entirely ruled out and there remains, therefore, the possibility that someone, perhaps in a microlight ac (which most accurately fits the shape described), had defied the conditions and got airborne. Further talks with the microlight experts on this idea highlighted its extreme improbability; the strong wind, terrain and darkness would have rendered such a flight almost suicidal.

Having debated the various hypotheses at length the Group concluded that, in the absence of any firm evidence which could identify or explain this object, it was not possible to assess either the cause or the risk by any of the normal criteria applicable to airmiss reports. The incident therefore remains unresolved.

PART C: ASSESSMENT Degree of Risk:

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Your Reference Date W'April 2002

DIDAS/64/3112

Our Reference

I am writing with reference to your letters of 7 March and 16 April, in which you have made a number of requests for information about 'unidentified flying object' reports made to the Ministry of Defence. I note that some of the information you requested has either already been sent or addressed in my previous letters. Where this is the case, to avoid repeating this information, I will refer you to the relevant letter. The information you requested is as follows;

1. A search of all ground radar installations and copies of any underwater UFO sightings reportsform 1980 to 2000
Ground radar are used for surveillance of airspace and do not detect objects underwater. 2.

Documents concerning triangularflying objectsfrom 1990 to 1996.

Please see paragraph 3 of my letter of 14 January 2002.

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Any UFO retrievals of extra-terrestrial space craft.

Please see paragraph 6 of my letter of 10 September 2001.

4.

RAF Fylingdales phased array radar trackingsfrom 1990 to 1996.

Please see paragraph 3 of my letter of 10 September 2001.

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UFO sighting reportsfrom RAF Pilots.

You have not specified any particular period. As you will be aware from previous correspondence, we hold files covering a 30 year period and we do not have the resources to search all of them. If, therefore, you wish to pursue this request you would need to specify a more limited period and we could then look at what material could be made available.

6. Copies of "Sir Norton Hills UFO sightings 1980 Bentwaters RAFIUSAF UFO landing trace evidents test results and radiation readingsfrom the Rendlesham Forest site".
The papers that have been release on the Rendlesham Forest incident were sent to you with my letter of 10 September 2001. We have no evidence of any test results or radiation readings being sent to the MOD. With regard to your comment about "Sir Norton Hills UFO sightings", I assume you are referring to Admiral of the Fleet The Lord Hill-Norton CB KCB. Although Lord Hill-Norton has had a long standing personal interest in 'UFO' matters, he was not directly involved with the Rendlesham Forest incident and there are therefore no sighting reports from him regarding this case.

7. All UFOflying saucer reports over nuclear storage bunkers, nuclearpower plants, hydroelectric dams, gas turbines and RAF bases.
Please see paragraph 3 of my letter of 14 January 2002.

8.

Underwater UFOs seen by Naval vessels.

Please see paragraph 10 of my letter of 9 July 2001.

9.

RAF Vulcanpilots sightings of triangularflying objects at 30,000feet.

You have not specified a particular period of interest. The RAF operated Vulcan aircraft in the bomber role until 30 December 1982 and as tanker aircraft until 31 April 1984. After this there were a few used for air display purposes, but the last of these was taken out of use in 1991. 10.

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January, Derbyshire - report of UFO hovering over a house.

We have received no reports from Derbyshire for 5th January 2002. 11.

New triangular UFO reports 2000 and slow moving or hovering objects 2000 to 2001.

A list of all of our UFO sighting reports from January 2000 to December 2001 was sent to you with my letter of 3 December 2001. If you wish us to conduct a search to identify particular reports in the categories that you have indicated we have a charging regime as detailed in paragraph 2 of my letter of28 February 2002. In this instance we would need to examine 391 reports, copy and sanitise them to remove the personal details of those who have corresponded with the MOD. We estimate that this would take 13 hours to complete. Four hours would be conducted free of charge, leaving 9 hours which at £ 15 an hour, would attract a charge of £ 135. If you would like us to conduct this work on your behalf I would be grateful for your confirmation that you are willing to meet this charge. I note in your letter of 7 March you say you have enclosed $100 for reproduction of documents, however this was not in the envelope with your letter. Please do not send any money at this stage as the fee detailed above is an estimate only and may change when we examine the files. We will, of course, inform you if the actual fee is likely to be significantly higher than our estimate.

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12. 4 October 2001 9.30am - Transparentflying London, England, 15,000 feet altitude. We received no reports of this alleged incident.

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13. 7 November 2001 Norwich - Reports of a large flying triangle blotting out stars followed closely by an F 15 escort, no noise from triangle. We received no reports of this alleged incident. 14. 5 January 1995 North-easterly, 4000feet, 8/9 nautical miles south-east of Manchester, England Triangular yellow glowing objected reported Without recalling all the files for 1995 from archives and examining them, we can not be sure whether we received any reports for 5 January 1995. However, we are aware of an airmiss which was reported by two British Airways pilots on an aircraft travelling to Manchester Airport on 6 January 1995 and this may be the incident which you are referring to here. As a matter of routine the MOD was notified by the CAA about the pilots' report shortly after the incident occurred. At the time the matter was discussed with Departmental air defence experts who confirmed that they were not aware of anything which would indicate a matter of defence relevance associated with the sighting. Furthermore there was no evidence to suggest that the UK's air defence had been compromised. As is usual with airmiss incidents involving civil aircraft, the CAA Joint Airmiss Working Party (which is a joint CivillMilitary body which has complete access to all sources of civil and military information available) investigated the pilots' report. The Group were not able to determine precisely what the pilots saw, but ruled out any military aircraft activity. However there was no suggestion in the report that what the pilots observed was extraterrestrial in origin. Without any evidence to suggest that the incident was of defence relevance MOD interest in this sighting has long since concluded. If you require any further information about this incident you should write to the Civil Aviation Authority, CAA House, 45-54 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TE. 15. Copies of a letter from Churchill discussing UFOs, and Sir Norton Hills letter to UN regarding UFOs and alien encounters over naval ships and aircraft carriers while on manoeuvres, Operation Mainbrace 1965. Any surviving papers that have been released on these matters will be open for public inspection at the Public Record Office at the following address: The Public Record Office Ruskin Avenue Kew Richmond Surrey TW94DU Tel: 020 8876 3444 Fax: 020 8878 8905

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Copy of a NATO SHAPE study entitled "The Assessment" about UFOs.

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Any available UFO photographs.

Members of the public occasionally send us photographs of objects they have seen in the sky which they can not identify. Once it is established that they are not of defence significance they are either placed on our files with the relevant correspondence or, if request, returned to the individual concerned. It is impossible to identify which files might contain photographs without a complete search of all our files. 18. Flying triangles that move slowly over the North Sea and along the coastline over England 1986-1989. As you will be aware from our previous correspondence, the reports we receive are filed manually in the order in which we receive them. They are not computerised and the only way to identify any in the categories you have stipulated is for staff to search through all the reports for the whole four year period. In this case there are 12 files which cover this period and each may hold up to 100 enclosures meaning that approximately 1200 documents would need to be scrutinised. Any relevant reports found would then need to be sanitised to remove all the personal details of those who have reported these sightings, in order to protect their confidentiality. We estimate that this work would take in excess of 40 hours to complete. We do not have the resources to undertake such a task and I therefore regret that your request is refused under Exemption 9 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (voluminous or vexatious request). If however, you were to submit a new request which would involve a more limited search of the archive, I should be happy to consider what information we could make available. If you are unhappy about the decision to refuse your request and wish to appeal, you should write to the Ministry of Defence, Directorate ofInformation (Exploitation), Room 819B, St Giles Court, 1-13 St Giles High Street, London WC2H 8LD requesting that the decision be reviewed. If following the internal review you remain dissatisfied, you can ask a Member of Parliament to take up the case with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (the Ombudsman) who can investigate on your behalf The Ombudsman will not, however, consider an investigation until the internal review process has been completed.

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19. Finally, you mentioned two alleged UFO sightings in the UK. One on 15 February 2002 over Bewl Water and Bedgebury Forest. The other on 3 March 2002 over southern Englandfrom Cornwall to Poole.
We received no reports of these alleged incidents.

I hope this is helpful. Yours sincerely,

LOOSE MINUTE

DIDAS 64/3/12 30 April 2002 D

REFUSAL OF REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE CODE OF PRACTICE ON ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT INFORMATION 1. is a persistent correspondent who makes frequent requests for information under the Freedom ofInformation Act. I have told him that we operate under the Code. 2. In one of his latest two letters (which I have answered together) he has asked for copies of reports of flying triangles that move slowly over the North Sea and along the coastline over England from 1986-1989. The only way we can supply this information is to search through all our files for the whole four year period. This amounts to 12 files, with possibly 100 enclosures each, therefore 1200 enclosures. Ifwe allow two minutes to examine each enclosure, copy and sanitise any relevant documents found, this request would take 40 hours to complete. I propose that we refuse this request under Exemption 9 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (voluminous or vexatious) request. As any refusals have to be cleared at AD level I would be grateful for your approval of this action.

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Your Reference Date 28 February 2002

DIDAS/64/3/12

Our Reference

lam writing with reference to your letters of22nd and January concerning information about 'unidentified flying object' reports made to the Ministry of Defence. First you requested details of reports of triangular UFO sightings from 1990 to 1991. As you will be aware from our previous correspondence, the Ministry of Defence is bound by the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information and this means we are committed to providing you with the information you require, as long as it is not exempted under the Code. However, the information you have requested is not held in the form you have indicated and the only way to supply it is to conduct a manual search of archived files. To ensure this does not create an extra burden on UK taxpayers, we have a charging regime of £ 15 an hour (or part thereof) for requests that are likely to take more than four hours to complete. I have identified four files which cover the period 1990 to 1991. We do not have sight of the files as they are held elsewhere in Archives but each file is likely to contain up to 100 enclosures. We estimate to conduct a search for reports of "triangular" sightings, to copy and remove the personal details of those who have corresponded with the MOD would take l3lh hours work. Four hours would be conducted free of charge, leaving 9Y2hours which would attract a charge of £150. I would be grateful for confirmation that you wish to proceed with this enquiry and that you are willing to meet the appropriate charge. If the cost of obtaining the information is likely to be significantly greater than our estimate suggests we will contact you before proceeding further. You also asked for details of "radar locks of UFOs from 1996". It is unclear whether you are referring to radar on the ground or on aircraft. The term "radar lock" is normally used in the context of an intercepting aircraft radar locking on to a target as part of the engagement process, prior to the release of air-to-air weapons. Ground radar, however, are used for general surveillance of UK airspace and cannot lock on to individual aircraft. Air defence staff endeavour to identify all aircraft that are detected on radar operating within the UK Air Policing Area. Those that cannot be immediately identified and which are considered a potential threat are intercepted in order that visual identification can be made. There no records of anything other than man made aircraft being either intercepted or engaged by military aircraft.

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You then requested a list of "UFO hotspots". We are not aware of any particular "hotspots" for UFO reports, but I have enclosed for your information a map showing the geographical distribution of reports received in 2001 which you may find of interest. You asked for reports from RAF Pilots. The sighting reports are filed in the order in which they are received and there is no separate record kept of those from RAF Pilots. As I am sure you will appreciate it is not practical for us to search all the files we hold as these cover a 30 year period. However, if you would like to specify a period you are interested in, we may be able to conduct a more limited search. With regard to your request for a list of crop circle locations. There is no evidence to suggest that these phenomena are caused by anything of military concern and the MOD does not therefore investigate reported sightings or carry out any research into them. Finally, you asked how many "cluster sightings have been reported around the UK" and enquired about reports of UFOs entering or exiting the water. Again, any such reports could only be identified by a manual search of our files. If you wish a limited search to be conducted you would need to specify a particular period. I hope this is helpful. Yours sincerely,

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF UNEXPLAINED AERIAL SIGlITINGS REPORTED TO THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE IN 2001

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From: Sent: To: Subject: DAOADGE1 26 February 2002 11 :45 DAS-LA-Ops+PoI1 RE: Radar stuff

Looks OK to me. You may wish to point out that the terminology 'radar locks' is unusual as this is normally used in the context of an intercepting aircraft's radar locking on to a target as part of the engagement process (prior to release of air-to-air weapons!). Your response refers to ground radars used for general surveillance of UK airspace and the 'detection' of aircraft: technically, these radars cannot 'lock on' to individual aircraft. This may avoid any misunderstandings on the part of your "regular". Why is nothing ever simple?

-----Original Message----From: DAS-LA-Ops+PoI1 Sent: 26 February200211 :04 To: DAO ADGE1 Subject: Radar stuff

One of our regulars has asked for a long list of documents including "any radar locks on unidentified flying objects from 1996". I propose to say the following which was basically gleaned from something you gave me for someone else. Please could you let me know if this is ok or would you prefer me to add or delete anything?

You then asked for details of "radar locks of UFOs from 1996". Air defence staff endeavour to identify all aircraft that are detected on radar operating within the UK Air Policing Area. Those that cannot be immediately identified and which are considered a potential threat are intercepted in order that visual identification can be made. Aircrew submit reports on completion of their missions and there are no instances on record of anything other than man made aircraft being intercepted. A request for an individual report would be likely to be refused under Exemption la of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (Information whose disclosure would harm national security or defence), as they relate to the conduct of military operations.

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From: Directorate (Lower Airspace) Operations & Policy 1

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
Room 6/73, Metropole Building, Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N SBP
Telephone (Directdial) (Switchboard)
(Fax) (GTN)

0207218 2140 020 7218 9000

Your Reference

DIDAS/64/3

Our Reference

Date 14 January 2002

I am writing with reference to your letter of 8 December 2001 in which you requested information about 'unidentified flying object' reports made to the Ministry of Defence. I will address your requests in the same order as your letter. First you asked for a list of 'UFO' sightings reported to us between 1996 and 2001. We hold a list of dates and locations of sighting reports and these are enclosed for the period 1996 to 1999. Those for 2000 to 2001 have already been sent to you with my letter of 3 December 2001. You also requested reports from 1990 to 1996 of triangular craft over "RAF military bases, nuclear power plants, hydro-electric dams and nuclear weapons storage sites". As you will be aware from our previous correspondence, the reports we receive are filed manually in the order in which we receive them. They are not computerised and the only way to identify any in the categories you have stipulated is for staff to search through all the reports for the whole six year period. In this case there are 10 files which cover this period and each may hold up to 100 enclosures meaning that approximately 1000 documents would need to be scrutinised. Any relevant reports found would then need to be sanitised to remove all the personal details of those who have reported these sightings, in order to protect their confidentiality. We estimate that this work would take in excess of30 hours to complete. We do not have the resources to undertake such a task and I therefore regret that your request is refused under Exemption 9 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information (voluminous or vexatious request). If however, you were to submit a new request which would involve a more limited search of the archive, I should be happy to consider what information we could make available. If you are unhappy about the decision to refuse your request and wish to appeal, you should write to the Ministry of Defence, Directorate ofInformation (Exploitation), Room 819B, St Giles Court, 1-13 St Giles High Street, London WC2H 8LD requesting that the decision be reviewed. If following the internal review you remain dissatisfied, you can ask a Member of Parliament to take up the case with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (the Ombudsman) who can investigate on your behalf. The Ombudsman will not, however, consider an investigation until the internal review process has been completed.

In your letter you requested a complete list of sightings from 1990 to 1996. We are unable to send a list from 1990 to 1994 as information has only been recorded in that manner since 1995. I enclose a list for 1995, and those for 1996 have been included with your request mentioned in paragraph one of this letter. Finally you asked for a copy of our "UFO document package". The Ministry of Defence does not have a role in respect of 'UFO/Flying saucer matters beyond our specific defence interests and we do not therefore produce such a package. I hope this is helpful.

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CRAIGELLACHIE, SCOTLAND GREENFORD, MIDDLESEX ST HEllER, JERSEY ST HEllER, JERSEY MOSELEY, BIRMINGHAM NEW MILLS, AYRESHIRE CENTRE OF NORTHAMPTON COSGROVE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE DEAL,KENT RICHMOND, SURREY ROECLIFFE, YORK ENGLISHCOMBE, BRISTOL CLEVELAND PENCAITLAND, EAST LOTHIAN WOLVERHAMPTON BRIDGEND, MID GLAMORGAN MALINSLEE, SHROPSHIRE SHEERNESS, KENT HONITON, DEVON MILTON KEYNES CATERHAM,SURREY HOUNSLOW, MIDDLESEX WOODINGDEAN, BRIGHTON BILLINGSHURST, WEST SUSSEX LYDDEN,KENT CASTLE CAMPS, ESSEX WEST HORNDON, ESSEX NEWMARKET,SUFFOLK HARROW, MIDDLESEX BRISTOL HIGHER BROUGHTON AMPTHILL, BEDFORD GALASHIELS, SCOTLAND BRISTOL CHATHAM,KENT KINGSWOOD, SURREY WORCESTER PARK, SURREY ACOCKS GREEN, BIRMINGHAM HOVE, BRIGHTON CHELMSFORD,ESSEX WARLEY, BIRMINGHAM STOKE KINCARDINE, SCOTLAND KINCARDINE, SCOTLAND BRUNDLE, NORFOLK CREWE, CHESHIRE CREDITON, DEVON POLBETH, EDINBURGH KIRK SANDALL, DONCASTER EAST KILBRIDE, NR GLASGOW NOTTON, WEST YORKSHIRE HEATHFIELD, SUSSEX WACTON, NORFOLK PERRANPORTH, CORNWALL

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