UFO investigators, journalists, authors, former militaryofficers and other experts will gather at the National UFOConference at the end of October to present their mostrecent findings into the question of unidentified flyingobjects.
Among the guests at this years conference is Air Force FirstLt. Robert Salas, a former missile launch officerresponsible for nuclear warheads stored at Malmstrom AFB. He describes an incident in 1967 in which a glowing,oval-shaped object hovered over the base and disabledapproximately 20 nuclear warheads housed in an undergroundbunker.
Other guests will examine recent scientific research intounidentified aerial phenomena and present formerlyclassified government documents illustrating that contraryto its official position, the U.S. government takes the UFOphenomenon very seriously.
According to a 2002 Roper Poll, two-thirds of the Americanpublic believe the U.S. government is withholdinginformation about UFOs. Trained observers, includingpilots, air traffic controllers, radar operators, astronautsand military personnel have reported spectacular unknownobjects visually, photographically, and electronically. Some of these objects have even left physical evidencebehind which has been studied scientifically.
The U.S. government maintains that UFOs do not constitute anational security threat, but it has also kept most UFOrelated information hidden from the public.
The 2004 National UFO Conference (NUFOC) takes place inHollywood, California and runs October 29th – 31st.
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