It seems obvious that the US Government has long sought to disperse the notion that there maybe other life forms in our universe which visit our planet from time to time. It also seems obvious that the US Government is one of the largest collectors of information. Is the federal government's interest in UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) and paranormal activity evidence enough?

A true study on UFOs, extraterrestrials and strange phenomena should include a study of all the ideas, evidence, documents and theories proposed by those in the field of science and government as well as those persons who have experienced it first hand. As with everything in life; take a look at the evidence, examine the facts and think for yourself.


UFOAlert.com is pleased to present government documents which will hopefully lead you to fullfill you quest for the answers. While some of these government documents clearly wish to lead the reader to conclude that there is no such thing as alien visitors from other planets, others provide an atonishing amount of detail and information about UFO activity on our earth. In addition, one can find resources listed within these studies which present the subject of UFOs both as skeptics and believers.

Central Intelligency Agency (CIA)
Background
Early CIA Concerns, 1947-52
The Robertson Panel, 1952-53
The 1950s: Fading CIA Interest in UFOs
CIA U-2 and OXCART as UFOs
The 1960s: Declining CIA Involvement and Mounting Controversy
The 1970s and1980s: The UFO Issue Refuses To Die
CIA Reference Notes

National Security Agency (NSA)
NSA Declassified Documents Concerning UFOs and Related Subject Matter
NSA Unkown Search Terms Regarding UFOs and Strange Phenomenon

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
FBI Data on Animal Mutilations
FBI Data on Various UFO Sightings
FBI Data on Project Bluebook
FBI Data on the Roswell Incident
FBI Data on Majestic 12 Committee

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
NASA's Explanation on UFOS

U.S National Archives & Records Admnistration (NARA)
Project Bluebook

Library of Congress (LOC)
LOC's Extensive List of Resources in the Study of UFOs
Note: This list of UFO resources includes books, magazines, journals, goverment publications and most print media sources.

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
FAA Saftey Guide