Founded in 2000
   

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A Review of Suspected Aviation Safety Encounters with UAP by Estonian
Pilots in Estonian and Soviet Union Airspace
Priit Rifk NARCAP Research Associate January 2015 Copyright NARCAP

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Near-miss Between an Australia Airplane and an “Unknown Object” Near
Perth, Western Australia on 19 March 2014
Keith Basterfield Independent UAP Researcher (Adelaide) Paul Dean Independent Australian Historical
UAP Documentation Researcher (Melbourne) January 2015 Copyright


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Aviation Safety Reports Related by Argentine Pilots Concerning
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena"
En Espanol (Click Here)  "La Securidad Aerea Relacionada a los Informes
de  Pilotos Argentinos ante Fenomenos Aereos No Identificados"
Carlos Daniel Ferguson, Argentina

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CEFAA~NARCAP - The El Bosque Video Case: A Preliminary Study of
Anomalous Objects in Active Airspace
Dr. Richard F. Haines, NARCAP Chief Scientist.,  June 21, 2012



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Aviation Safety and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena: A Preliminary Study
of 600 cases of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Reported by
Military and Civilian Pilots (English)
(Francais click here)
Dominique F. Weinstein NARCAP International Technical Specialist - France
GEIPAN/CNES College of experts - France ~ March 2012
  UK Civil Aviation Authority UAP AIRPROX Reports (2003)
  CEFAA Case Audio: Punta Arenas, 3March2011
  CEFAA Case Audio: Case Pelican, 24June2010
  CEFAA Case Audio: LAN Flight 045, Puerto Montt, Chile, 1June1988

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Photo Analysis of Color Digital Images of Anomalous Aerial Object Taken
on September 17, 2010 above Santiago, Chile
Dr. Richard F. Haines  January 6, 2011


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Photoanalysis of Digital Images Taken on February 14, 2010 at 1717 Hours
above the Andes Mountains in Central Chile              
Dr. Richard F. Haines
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Near-Miss with UAP near Sao Paulo, Brazil Airport in 2004
Dr. Richard F. Haines, Oct 2009
   

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UAP IMAGED FROM AIRCRAFT  
Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos Manager, FOTOCAT Project. NARCAP Rep, Spain
and Richard F. Haines, Ph.D. Chief Scientist, NARCAP

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600cases of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Reported by Military
and Civilian Pilots
Dominique F. Weinstein NARCAP International Technical Specialist - France
Member of GEIPAN/CNES2 College of experts - France, September 2009
International Air Safety Reports
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, UAP
and International Air Safety Reports
International Technical Specialist Reports
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