Saturday, 31 January 2009

Danish Air Force Adds To Disclosure ‘Trickle'

Denmark joins the growing list of countries that has ‘de-classified' it's UFO reports and again a statement is issued which hints at the standard fare which is to be found:

Denmark releases UFO archives

The Danish Air Force has released 329 pages of previously classified archives on UFO sightings, including details on more than 200 unsolved cases.

Capt. Thomas Pedersen said the military released the documents after growing weary of journalists asking questions about them, the Copenhagen Post reported Friday.

"We decided to publish the archives because frankly there is nothing really secret in them," Pedersen said. "The Air Force has no interest in keeping unusual sightings a secret. Our job is to maintain national security, not investigate UFOs."

The Air Force said the archives contain details of unexplained events occurring between 1978 and 2002, before the job of chronicling UFO sightings went to a group called Scandinavian UFO Information.

COPENHAGEN , Denmark , Jan 30, 2009 (UPI via COMTEX) –

Source: [Official] UPI Press Release


Mr.Anonymous said...

good for the danes one at a time they'll all follow!

Paul said...

Another country letting us know that disclosure is upon us. Thanks for the post.