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OB~ECT --------------------------------------Date, Time &I
Duration of Sighting

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Description of ObJect (No of obJects. size. shape, colour. brightnltss)
Exact Position of Observltr

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high in the skV.

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Distance (By reference to a known landmark
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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OB~ECT ---------------------------------------

ANNEX A TO SOP 502

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Time Ie Duration of Sighting

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Description of ObJect (No of obJects, size, shape, colour. brightness)
Exact Position of Observer Locat ion. i ndoor/outd oor.

3 x white/mauve lights in line, west to east. then triangle and vanished.

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Description of Object (No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness)

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B.

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Orange Sphere

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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

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Date, Time &
Duration of Sighting
Description of Object (No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness)

250300A MAY 86 5 MINS

ONE BIG RED BALL

C.

Exact Post tion of Ob s e r v e r Location, indoor/outdoor,
stationary/moving

INDOORS IN TEE KITCHEN

D.

How Observed (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie)
Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more use ful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

.

NAKED EYE

E.
F.

NORTH FROM KITCHEN - . . .... ~ WINDOW
.

-

Angle of Sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a known landmark)
M0vements (Changes in E, F & G may be of mQre use than estimates of course and speed)

450

G.
H.

6 FT FROM WINDOw

DISAPPEARED
CLOUDY FOLLO\~’ED BY A STRONG GUST OF WINDOW ON ITS DEPARTURE

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Met Conditions during Observations (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)

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Nearb y Objects (Telephone lines, TELEPHONE high voltage lines, reservoir, lake NEIGHBO t or dam, swamp or marsh,. river, high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with flQodlights or night lighting)

LINES ON
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UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS

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CENTRAL TELEVISION INTERVIEW

1. Hy staff spoke to you on Friday evening about a request from Central Television to conduct an interview with a member of HOD, preferably a Minister, for inclusion in a minute piece on UFOs which they propose screening in "Central Weekend", a 1’/2 hour current affairs progr mme shown on Sundays in the Central TV area. The producers are, as yet, unsure of the actual date of the broadcast. We promised to let you have fuller information about the programme when it was to hand.

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2. The programme will be based on a series of interviews interspersed with film, taken from public roads, of some HOD establishments which are assumed to be of significance in UFO circles. Interviewees will include Lord Hill-Norton and an ex-MOD employee Mr C T Withers, who worked at Boscombe Down during the 1950’s and who claims to have seen a UFO in 1952. You may wish to note that, because of his official status at the time, Hr Withers has been in touch with this office, independently, about taking part in the programme. We have advised him that, as a private citizen, the decision to take part must be his own but that the HOD would have no
objection to him doing

so.

The proposed interview with Hinister(DS) would last perhaps 15 3. minutes which, when edited, will provide minutes of TV time. The interview would take the form of specific questions upon which we would, of course, provide briefing. The questions are expected to include: our explanation of the strange phenomena which occur in the sky; the seriousness with which HOD treats reports of incidents; whether HOD is the sole authority in Whitehall which receives reports or whether they are passed on to another more clandestine or~anisation; and the incident in December 1980 at RAF Woodbridge. Central Television have indicated that the interview can take place at Minister’s convenience but they would preferably wish it to be within a fortnight.

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A.
8.

Date, Time &: Duration of Sighting
Description of Cb j e c t (No of objects, size, sMa pe , colour, brightness)

102205A STILL THERE

ROUND WITE

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BRIGHT

C.

Exact Position of Ob server Location, indoor/outdoor,
stationary/moving

IN HOUSE FROM WINDOW

D.

How Observed (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or mov e)

.

NAKED EYE

Eo

Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more useful than a badly estimated bearing)

WEST TOWARDS MOON TO LEFT OF MOON BY 1 FT

F.
G.
H.

Angle of Sight ( Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( 8y reference to a known landmark)

300

4

-

5 MILES

Movemen ts ( Ch a n g e s in E, F & G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

NOT MOVING

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Met Conditions during Ob 5 e r vat ion s (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)
Nearby Obj ects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines, reservoir, lake or dam, swamp or marsh,. river, high buildings, tall chimneys,

SOME BROKEN CLOUD

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K.

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NONE APART FROM MOON

steeples, spIres, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with flood I ights or night lighting)

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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

ANNEX A TO :SUP 2

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A.

Date, Time & Duration of Sighting
De s c ript ion of Object (No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness)

032130 May

B.

Light, green. In a of sorts. vehicle A ring, brilliant.

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C.

Exact Posi tion of Db server Location, indoor/outdoor,
stationary/moving

Walking outdoors

D.

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Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more useful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

Eye

E.
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H.

Above railway line at Brockley

Angle of Sight ( Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a kn 0 wn land:nark)

750 elevation

Unknown

Movements ( Changes in E, F & G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)
Met Conditions during Observations (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)

In an arc. Very fast.
Misty

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high voltage lines, reservoir, lake

Nearby Ob j ects (Telephone lines,

or dam, swam p or marsh, river, In high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlight5 or night lighting)

Nil.

sky.

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ANr!EX A TO

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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A.

Da t e , Time &: Duration of Sighting

0309202 May
Round ball with tail.

B.

Description of Cb j ec t (No of objects, size J shape, colour, brightness)

White/orange.

C.

Ex act Position of Ob s e r v e r
Location, indoor/outdoor,
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Outside, near Dobbs Weir walking west.

D.

HI) W Ob served (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or mov e)

Naked

eye.

E.
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Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more use ful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

NW

Angle of Sight ( Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a known landmark)

350

G.
H.

Unknown, normal aeroplane
height

Movements ( Ch an g e s in E, F & G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)
Met Co n d i t ion s during ObservatiQns (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)

Descending. Heading NNW.

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high voltage lines, reservoir, lake No. or dam, swam p or mar sh , r i v er , high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts,
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Nearby Objects (Telephone lines,

airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodl ights or night lighting)

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REPORT OF AN UNIDEHTIFIED FLYING OEJECT

A.
B.

Durat.ion

Date, Time &
of Sighting

4 April 86 2130 1 to 2 mins.

A.bout

Descript.ion of

Ob j e c t (Ho of objects. size, shape, colour, brightn~ss)

White intense light. One. Like a 10 pence. Very bright..

C.

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Locatio~, indQor/outdoor, stationary/moving

\-lalking

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Naked Eye

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F.

Near radio masts with red light on top

Angle of Sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a kn 0 wn landmark)

2 or 3 degs above sky Ii:

G.
H.

About ODe mile

M"vemen ts ( Chang es in E, F & G
may be of more use than imat es of course and speed)

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A.

Date, Time Duration of Sighting

&.

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Nearby Objeets (Telephone lines, high v("l tage lines: reservoir, lake or dam, swamp or ma"rsh, r i v er , high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts,

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and duration of siKhting. (Local times to be quoted).

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c.

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.

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rJ

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than

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jCC-kL~ tNJ~ f~ Ji- ~~

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G.

B.

course

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~

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and speed).

M~

ma.y be of more use than estillates of
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AN!’!EX A TO

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A.

Da te , Time &: Duration of Sighting

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30

r:I::S.

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shape, colour, brightness)

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Direction in which object first seen (A land!TIark may be more useful than a badly estimated bearing)

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Distance ( By reference to a known landmark)

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HIGH ;:)P::;ED EI:T IE SEV:::R:.L JIRECTIO ;S.

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UNID~HTIFIED
FLYING OBJECT

A.
B.

Date, Time & Duration of Sighting
of Object (No of objects, si ze , shape, colour, brightn~ss)

28205’7

Jun 5 minutes

Descrip’:.ion

1 x :lyinf saucer shap Hith

(~orne.

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side.

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shiny

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C.

Exact Position of Ob s e r v e r Location, indoor / outd o:’o:’r I stationary/moving
How Qb s e r v e d (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie)
Direction in which object first seen (A landmark may be more useful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

Indoors nc out. jorth. Hea Facinc

loo~

Easterl;y.
l;aked eye.

ir;r-;

D.

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E.

’vie sterl;y

e::-ly.

moving

east-

F.
G.

Angle of Sight (Estimated
heights are unreliable)

350 Approx 1000’ climbing.
1 mile distant. 1:0 landmark.

Distance ( By reference to a known landmark)
Movements ( Changes in E, F & G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

H.

Easterly’course. Still clir.Jbinc;, disappe ared behind cloud.

1

J.

Ket Condi tions dur i ng Observations (Moving cloud s, ha ze , mist etc)
Nearby Objects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines, reservoir, lake or dam, swamp or sh, r i v er , high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airCields, generating plant, t pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

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cloud

but clear overhead.

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Date, time and duration of sighting. (Local times to be quoted).

A.

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sound, smell, etc).

Descri:ption of object. (Number of objects, size, shape, colours, brightness,

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!

c.

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D.

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observed..

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r

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Anp;;le of siRht. (Estimated heights are unreliable).

4{.

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G.

Distance. (By re ference to a know 19ndl!l9T’k wherever possible).

u^",&{,e 1

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H.
course and

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speed).

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1

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of IIOre use than estimates of

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Date, time and duration of siKhting. (Local times to be quoted).

7-0

~-~

z. .:)v" K5(-~OSL<’~)
l.
"Ll..

B.

Description of obiect. (Number of objects, size, shape, colours, brightness,

BOWld, smell,

etc).

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c.

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(Naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie

N
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than

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of

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be more useful

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F. An~le

si.$t.

(Estimated heights are unreliable).

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G.
Distance. (By reference to a

t-Jo+ ...~ (). f-’ ~l ~~ ~~
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course aDd

Movements. (Changes in E

speed).

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wherever possible).

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ANNEX A TO
SOP 502

REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A.

Da t e , Time Duration of Sighting

&.

’:::’U!1
2

1<’+ 3f,Z .

8;:’ 2 June

::::lr.u"es

+-

B.

De s c rip i (1n of Object (No of objects, 51 ze , sh~pe, colour, brightness)
Exact Position of Db server LocatiorJ~ indo.)r/outdoor, stationary/moving

t.

5l3ck eCG-sh8ped

Or.F.

C.

Ero:Tlhar., Devizes,

\.:il ts

~tatiorlar~{
l, aKec

Outdoor

D.

How Observed (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie)
Direction in which object first seen ( A landmark may be more useful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

l’ .

~ :Eye Cbject photocraphe
~

Eo

700 elevation

F.
G.

Angle of Si g h t (Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a k n 0 wn landmark)

-

H.

Movements ( Changes in E, F may be of more use than

&.

G

estimates of course and speed)

li.s.rlborou[h

having lr: direction to Bath

f~or.J

I
,

J

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Met Conditions during Observations ( Mov ing clouds, ha ze , mist etc)

Clear blue skies

I

i

K.

Nearby Objects (Telephone lines,
high voltage lines, reservoir, lake

or dam, swamp or marsh, river, high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

.

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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

/’6
A Nr:EX A TO
SUP

’->02

A.
B.

Date, Time & Duration of Sighting
De s c rip t i (0 n of Object (No ,’) f objects, size, shape, c(’lour, brightness)

C2’i7j2J..
Like a class ecg Ho vangs, no tail h ninc; br cht (as class)

c.

Ex act Position of Db server
Locatio:1, indoor/outdoor, stationary/moving

Ir: house

D.

How Ob s e r v e d (naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie)
Direction in which object first seen ( A landmark may be more useful than a badly estimated bearing)

:~3ke

eye

,I .

~

E.

Cor.1ir.[ fro!’2 l nr;ston ’,icst to :Sast

F.
G.

Angle of Sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)
Distance ( By reference to a k no wn landmark)

450

Close. 1:0 ref. Half a !’2ile estir::Jated

H.

Movements (Changes in I:’ F &: G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

-,

t.;,.,,"",,4 ....._" . . . . . . to~.,’ard3

~a.st

I

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I

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I

Met Conditions during Observations (Moving clouds, haze, mist etc)
Nearby Objects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines, reservoir, lake or dam, swam p or marsh, r i v er , high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

Blue sky

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AN~:EX A TO SOP 502

tf
2000

A.

Date, Time &
Duration of Sighting

p~ 24 Ilay u),

Betweer:.

I

B.

escripti r of Object
( N.) of objects, size,

sh3pe, colour,

b!"ight!’1-ess)

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7, ./

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:!.~c: r~ ~,

. 0. .j.....:’1-

C.

Exact Position of Ob s e r v e r Locatio:’!, i ndo,’)r Iou tdoor , stationary/moving

Cm\ley lIill, SE 0: ~her:le. bet,\’een St Albans and I3orehaT:1HOod. In r:arden
of friends house.

D.

How Db served ( naked eye, binoculars, other optical device, still or movie)
Direction in which object first seen ( A landmark may morE’ useful than a bad 1 y estimated bearing)

Iiaked eye.

-.;

E.
F.
G.
H.

b~

"’-,

ill!)r-’A .----L~

.r.

towards Elstree

Angle of Sight (Estimated heights are unreliable)

35

-

400 Elevation

Distance ( By reference to a known landmark)
Movements (Changes in E, F & G may be of more use than estimates of course and speed)

Lo real idea.
~. l~O

movement \\’h ch caucht his attention, different to aircraft.
0\\’

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K.

I
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Met Conditions during Observations ( ’joving clouds, ha ze , mist etc)
Nearby Objects (Telephone lines, high voltage lines, reservoir, lake

Fairl;y clear De1
at about

3-4000’

.st Cu

Sibhtinb be 1 0\-1 cloud.

i

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or dam, swamp or marsh, river, Larc;e reservoirs nearby high buildings, tall chimneys, steeples, spires, TV or radio masts, airfields, generating plant, factories, pits or other sites with floodlights or night lighting)

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SOP

’10:::’

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REPORT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT

A.
B.

Date, Time &
Duration of Sighting

1. ,

r"Oj .#

\ 4-\

Des~ripti0n of Object
(No of objects, size, shape, colour, brightness)

C.

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