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NATIONAL ARCHIVES IN ADELAIDE, AU TO RELEASE UFO CLASSIFIED REPORTS

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Publisher's Note: Received this notice in my Google Alerts this morning. Apparently, Adelaide Australia is releasings its own classified UFO reports. Thought I would share. This article was published on the http://au.ibtimes.com/ website today. Enjoy Dirk
 
By Athena Yenko 
 
Classified reports of flying saucers and UFO's will be revealed at the National Archives in Adelaide on Wednesday, March 5, 12 noon to 1pm.
 
Nick Gleghorn, director of the South Australian office of the National Archives, will explore the topic of flying saucers and UFO sightings in Australia.
 
The very first assembly of people wanting to know the truth behind flying saucers and UFO sightings happened in Melbourne in March 1949. The meeting happened at the federal government's newly established Aeronautical Research Laboratory (ARL).
 
There 23 UFO enthusiasts from different countries and local groups who attended the congregation - the British Interplanetary Society,[3] Royal Aeronautical Society (RAS), Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC), Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and the Army Research Establishment. The congregation of UFO enthusiasts was then called Aeronautical & Meteorological Phenomena Research (AMPR), led by Brian Boyle and Jack Seers.
 
Ever since, Defence had been serious about its research efforts, delving into the mystery of flying saucers and UFOs, even with Minister for Air, William McMahon saying that "the problem is still one for psychologists than for defence authorities."
 
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