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DOCUMENTOS OVNIS - UFOLOGIA GUERRA FRA- ESPIONAJE- UFOLOGIA INVESTIGACIN NATURAL La ufologa (calco del ingls ufology, palabra formada a partir de las siglas UFO, Unidentified Flying Object, en espaol "OVNI" por Objeto Volador No Identificado), tambin conocido en espaol como ovniloga, es el estudio del fenmeno ovni a partir del anlisis del material relativo al mismo: fotografas, vdeos, presuntos testimonios sobre avistamientos, informes de radar, etc., con el objeto de proponer hiptesis sobre su procedencia.

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  • DEPARTMENT OFTHE AJR FORCE

    AIR FORCE HISTORICAL RESEARCH AGENCY (AFHRA)

    MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, ALABAMA

    August 27, 2009 FOJA 2009-03279-F RFJ # 2009-65675

    AFHRNRSA 600 Chennault Circle Ma..xwell AFB ..A..L 36112-6424 USA

    Mr. John Green~wald, Jr.

    Dellr Mr. Greenewald,

    This is in re5ponse to your Freedom of infonnatioll Act (FOIA) n:quest received in this ortice on 25 August 2009 penaining to the docum~nt with IRIS nllm~r 00469755, Directorllle 0/Intelligence. KU2.01 Y. l .

    As. a FOLA requesl, it has been assigned the identification of2009-03279-F. The Air Force Hi~torica l Research Agency (AFHRA) has assigned it the Request for Information (Rfl) number of 2009-65675.

    As requesleU, I have enclosed a copy "f the documelH with IRIS Nwnber 00469755 for you.

    Please be advised that under the freedom of Infomlation Act you can be charged S.lS per page copied. lbe first 100 pages af( prov ided to you for rre-t:. However, the document you requested is a total of 12 pages so you do not owe any money for copying fees.

    It is my p1t:3sure 10 give you any infonnation we have and my sincere hope that the infonnation prov ided serves you \\-e ll.

    Respectfully.

    L-LU--"-"-1. (2o.L

    Cathy Cox, hivis(

    AfHRAJRt:search

    Enclosu~:

    1. Copy of original RH (~quest fo r inlormalion) 2. Copy of document with IRJS mffilber 00468755

  • POTA2009-03279-F

    Dear Sir,

    This is a nOll-commercial request made under The provisions of the Freedom oflnformtltioll Act 5 U.S.C. S 55:?:. PurslUlnt (0 the U. S. OPEN Records Act of2007, my VOlA requester status as a "representative of the news media" -- a status entitling Inc to .111 unlimited search processing my request. and the first 100 pages free of charge. for examples of my various publication credits in this regard. I refer you to my radio netv.'ork, and my own personal radio show (syndicated on FM and AM stations) at hltp://www.blackT~ultmdio.com. My intemet website http://www.lheblackvault.com which h(lld s ;l V:lst ~ovemmcll t document database, along with many freelance articles that 1 have \\ rittell. \\"h ieh have also been published in m

  • IRIS Public Record Key Information

    Main: DIRECTORATE OF INTELLIGENCE

    Document Type: mSTORY

    Call Number: Kl42.01 V.I

    IRIS Number: 00469755 Accessions Notes:

    Old Accession Nbr: 5-1959-13

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    Beginning Date; 19SV07/01

    End O:aie: 1952112101 Publication Dale:

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    Title Extensions: VOLIOF6 Abstract BRIG GEN wn..LIAM M. GARLAND. FORMERLY DEPUTY DIREcrOR FOR TARGETS. BECAME CHIEF OF

    AIR TECHNICAL INfEllIGENCE CENTER AT WRIGHT PATIERSON AIR FORCE BASE (AFB) OH. BRIG ( OEN EDWARD H. PORTER WAS TRANSFERRED FROM DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR ESTIMATES TO DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF JOINT INfEllIGENCE GROUP. NA TlONAL INTEREST IN REPORTS OF SIGHTINGS OF FLYING SAUCERS AND OrnER UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS (UFO) LED TO PRESS CONFERENCE AT PENTAGON A TTENOED BY PERSONNEL FROM AIR TECHNICAL INTElLIGENCE CENTER.

    DesaipUft FOR VOLUMES 3, 4. 5, AND 6, SEE IRIS NUMBERS 00906466. 00906467. 00906468, AND 00906469 NOla: RESPECTIVELY. TIOe

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    HISl'ORY OF

    THE UIRECTORATE OF U."TELLICI!NCE

    1 JULY - 31 DECBA.BEIi 1952

    Annexes I - :g; not i ncluded

    In thl~ document. Clessif icetion

    chenged ta l ~~~:..b in e ccol-dence

    vi t h note, p.

    ?~- I~. ,.._=__"_ ~ "'~ ." . . , K5 .'fLtC,

    /" by ~~jor Walt er R. Barbour

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    .CONFiDENTIAL

    l'OlIEWORD

    The responsibilit.ies ot the Director ot Intelligence are broad in,

    acope and entall such matters .,s planning and executina functions to ensure the preventlon at strategic, tactical, or technololle&l surprise

    trca. 8113 source, prov1d1n& sound bub tor counsel upon air pre

    paredness I &ssuring adequate support tor pl.anning and conduct1ng air

    operation

    To accomplish theS8 responalb1litl , delegation 01 authorit, tor

    certain accomplishments within the.. areas 1s necessar1l7 ~. to Deputr

    Directora and comparable Chi.r. under the supervision ot the Director.

    The speoific accomplishmente ot these Deputl Directora and Chi.r. are expressed in .Annex I through V; thes. annexelS are integral part. ot

    the "Hist.o17 ot the Directorat. ot Intelligence", whlle tM. particular

    volume is intended pr1m&r1.l.Jr to retlect the actlTltl ot the immediate

    ortice of the Director ot Intelligence and serve as an overall intra

    duction.

    Th. preparation ot histor,r covering the aotivitie. ot an org&ni

    zation as large and ph7sic~ di.persed .. the Director ot Intelligence

    is consid~d beyond the capabilities ot &n7 one individual, even it

    employed. so18lT in this task. The Directorate Historian tt.erelore

    gratel'ul...l7 acknowledges the eftort. ot the tollowing personnel who com

    piled the annexes which are appended ... 1ntegral parts ot thi. report I

    Major Walter J. Brown, A1OIN-ll .'- I'.aJor l'.ar.hall A. K1rIcpatr1ck and Hi.. Loui Apple, Al'OI/I- 2X

    Lt Colonol Edwin Bishop and Hr. Wlll!.., B. !;yona, Al'OlII- JI KaJor Murrah StursJ.s and Mr. Donald. M. Webb, ATIC

  • .~ CONFIDENTIAL

    TABLI OF CO!ITIHTS

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    S-ction I -

    Orcan1a_tion and Fwtctiono ~-S Section II

    -ActiYiti," 6-9

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    General

    Pre.. Cont....ne. on ItUn1dent1!1ed 6

    ~8 Ct>j.ct. 7 c. Protect1oc Apinot P\1bl1c Rol....

    ot S-noitiv. Subj.ct Matt'r 8 d. Visit to tlw: Int..e1ll&enc. School.

    Lowr7 AlB. Colorado 9

    Participation in tho CQI:lI:I&Ild.ro' Conference. 9

    Annox I - Hi.tcl7 ot 41'0~ (PollCT and ~nt Group)

    ,0

    Annex II" - Hi.~ ot 41'0111-1 (o.putT Director tor ColLection and Di.semination)

    Annax III - Hi.tol7 ot 4I'OlIt-2 (DoputT Director tor Iot1mato.)

    ,

    Annax IV - - H1otol7 ot 41'0111-3 (DePUtT Direator tor Tarpto)

    V " - H1o~ ot 4I'OlIhlTIC (Air Technical lnt.ll!gonc. Conter)

    CW11'icatio!]

    Confid.ntial

    lIAt.trictoci

    lIAt.trictoci

    Confid.ntial

    Unclaooit1oc1

    Cont1dential

    Clf..1ti..tiO!]

    Seoret

    TopS.crot

    Top s.crot

    TopS-arot

    TopS-arot

  • 4 CON FIDENTIAL

    Section I - Orpn1&&tion and FUnctiON!

    following the reorganization ot the Directorate ot Inte~nc. on

    J Jun. 1952, tho D/I undo.....nt a t r ial period during tho 0"17 months

    ot this report . There were no ujor changes made in either the basic misSion, organization or the functions. However, the tollowing minor

    changes van evidenced,

    a. On 14 August 1952, the Area Research Branch, Collection

    Operations Division, Oflic., D8put~ Director tor Collectlon and D1.

    semination, wa. tranarerred to the Psychological Warfare D1v1sion,

    Directorate at Plane, OCS/Operation1 Th1.o transter was effected

    because the evasion and escape function ot this Branch is an intaual

    part ot unconventional wartaro and i. bolt pl&cod in tho P.ychological

    Warfare Division. Certain intelligence phase. or the evaslon and escape

    function were retained b7 the Deputy Director t or Eat1mates. 2

    b . The following Branch and Division natt. vere ch&.nged to be

    more clearly descriptive at the function. act~ being ~rto~odJ

    (1) Ott1co, Deputy Director tor EStimate

    Air Intelligence D1ge.t Branch D1ae.t Branch HIE Branch National lat1mat.. Branch HIS Branch SUl"'Yey Branch

    (2 ) Ott1ca , Deputy Director or Targetsl CentNl. Branch M1l1tar,r Vulnerab1l1ty Branch Milit&r7 Branch Industrial Vulnerab111tr Branch East~est Branch General Vulnerability Branch Target Vulnerability Division Phyolnal 'Vulnerab1lity Divl.ion

    1 . Xemorandum tor Secretar,y ot the Air Start tram DirectOrAte or Intelligence and Directorat. at Plans , dated 6 Au 52, subject' Transfer or Personnel, Spaces and. Fwv:rM.~94Da.tr~~ Research Branch. D1rectoratu ot Intelligence CUI~ rI Li~ i I~. L

    z. Ibid SE~ATION

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    Structural .lnalya1a Branoh Weapono Appl.ic&tion Branch Hathematic. Branch Kathematical ~io Branch Intogration Branch Target Integration Branch Radar Branch Radar Targot Intol.l1gonco Branch

    c. On 12 September 1952 tho aeromedical unit ot the Woapono

    JUt.cta BrancA, M1l1t&r7 C&pobU1tieo DiYision (Eaot), Ottico, OOputT Director t or Est1llates, was designated nKecUcal Team" and. va. trans

    rerrec:t to the Po1107 Ollice, PolleT and. Management Group, D1.reotorate ot

    Int..Wgence, since it. !unction ___ pr1JDar1lT ot polloT nat.Ul"e.3

    d. Th. Special ~tudl Group ot the Deput7 Director tor Target.,

    on 22 December 1952, wu also tran.terred to t.he Policy and lI.anacement

    Group.4 It ... det