U.S. Coastguard Acushnet UFO Incident - Removal of Naval Logbooks.

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  1. karl 12

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    This case looks to be quite an interesting one and involves claims of a daylight, close range sighting of a flying, grey, domed, saucer shaped object by crew aboard the U.S. Coastguard Cutter Acushnet on maneuvers between Miami and Cuba in 1977.




    Lots of different aspects to this testimony including a bizarre fog, E.M. effects (loss of steering, engine and electronics), highly unusual UFO flight characteristics and pursuing F4 Phantom Navy jets but what stood out for me were the subsequent orders never to discuss the incident and removal of naval log books (which isn't the first time this has been reported).
    Below is quite an in depth interview with one of the witnesses where he goes into more detail about the object (red and green undulating lights); how there was no noise and the atmosphere around it 'vibrated'; how the ship's compass was spinning '360" and how all the ship's functions restarted once the UFO departed.





     
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  2. karl 12

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    Other UFO testimony about the removal of Naval logbooks / Do not discuss:














     
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    Continued






    Links:

    WaterUFO - Master List

    Introduction to the First Update of the Catalogue of UFOs/USOs Reported by Seagoing Services
     
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  4. nivek

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    Removal and replacement of log books certainly seems to indicate a cover up in my opinion...Still reading through the material and links...
     
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  5. karl 12

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    Certainly smells a bit fishy to me mate and below is some more missing naval logbook testimony (apparently it was 'blown overboard by a gust of wind').



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  6. nivek

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    How convenient, must have been some gust of wind!...lol
     
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    Im browsing through the WaterUFO master list. I think the UFO/USOs use the oceans as a safe haven from ppl on land.
     
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  8. nivek

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    I agree, underwater seems to be a safe place for them...
     
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  9. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    Great thread Karl.
    One wonders at what volume of data the government and all it's departments have we have not been allowed to see?
    The act of whisking away data about UFO encounters has been practiced for a very long time it seems.
     
  10. karl 12

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    That is indeed a great list mate and hats off to Carl Feindt for compiling it.

    There's also two good books on this subject - one by zoologist Ivan T Sandersone called 'Invisible Residents'.


    And another by Feindt called 'UFOs and Water':

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    One certainly does wonder matey and I'd wager it's a rather sizable one.
    As for departments I read a while back theat it's the Navy (rather than the Air Force) that's in charge of investigating the UFO subject and there's some relevant info below about missing UFO information - apparently they've never released a single document and many folks {including me) think the Office of Naval Intelligence are heavily involved in it.



    Missing US Naval UFO Information:

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    US Coastguard Acushnet UFO incident (and witness verification) discussed in further depth - See from 9:20

     
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  13. nivek

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    The freedom of information act is a sham in my opinion, they do not comply to it...

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    The military are great for giving excuses and diversions...

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  15. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    One day they will be forced to show their hand.....
     
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  16. Rick Hunter

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    And, lets not forget that the security logs for RAF Bentwaters vanished the day after each incident.
     
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  17. 1963

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    Another one of your great threads Karl. :Thumbsup: ... and who would have guessed, or even dared to suggest that the 'guvnors' would remove all trace of the event , lean on the 'little-guys' and deny all forever?? ... not us eh matey! :Whistle:

    As usual your information is excellent and so thorough that I can't find anything more for the sake of thread contribution, but I have to declare that the Acushnet encounter really hits the mark for verisimilitude with regards to the authenticity of gravitas exuded by the whistle-blower... I for one believe everything happened as he relayed the encounter. ... But as no doubt has already been pointed out , there is no way to possibly confirm this fantastic recollection without something quite extraordinary happening in the upper echelons of 'the powers that be', and that of course being disclosure of the missing paperwork , unbinding the rest of the witnesses by restoring the freedom of speech to all of the eye-witnesses and a frank retelling of all of the known facts . Do you think that will ever happen mate? ... I personally doubt it.
    .... But just to add that when reading this case i'm put in mind of the 'USS Nimitz UFO Incident' of 2004 that i learned of from researcher Robert Powell . The case took place in November, 2004, and was witnessed by the USS Nimitz strike force. Jets were scrambled, and a “tic tac” shaped object was seen and recorded on video.... but when Powell requested information via foia ... the reply was "there is no information on the incident"!
    ...To hear about the case direct from Robert , here is a podcast in which he talks to Alexandro Rojas about that case and the 'Aguadilla Puerto Rico UFO Sighting" .... he talks about the Nimitz case from about 28mins in....
    https://podcastufo.com/tag/uss-nimitz-2004-ufo-incident/


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    Thanks for the replies and couldn"t agree more about the FOIA ( very nice link as well 1963 thanks for posting that mate) · it mentions here the Pentagon are also going to become (or already have become) along with NORAD 'completely exempt' from the Freedom of Information Act and not have to release any more UFO documents so that can't be good news as the DIA appear heavily involved with the UFO subject.

    Thought researcher Kevin Randle also makes some excellent points below about 'The Decline and Fall of FOIA' and mentions how the teeth have been removed from it - also brought up is the fact that the Bush administration made several changes to the 'interpretation' of the FOIA laws and, in June 2003, the Department of Justice actually held meetings 'to train FOIA officers how to keep more information from being disclosed under FOIA'.

    I also thought it apt that the U.S. Air Force is stated to be 'one of the most notorious agencies of government in ignoring, denying, and essentially contravening the current requirements of the FOIA and related rules and law regarding Mandatory Declassification Review requests (MDRs)' and wasn't really surprised to learn that in 2007 they won the Rosemary award for worst FOIA performance from the National Security Archives group at George Washington University.



    I think if you take all that into account along with the escalating (and conditioned) ridicule factor attached to this subject then we won't be seeing the same level of multiple witness reports or officially released radar confirmation, ground trace, electromagnetic interference, physiological effect or government documentary evidence any time soon mate - at least not in the US and the UK.

    Anyhow below is yet more testimony claiming Naval UFO cover up shenanigans · the first one involving 'never to discuss' directives and censorship of Naval log books..





    the second involving the USS John F Kennedy where the commanding officer actually appeared via the onboard video screens throughout the ship and ordered crewmen 'do not discuss'..





    and the third involving claims that this Naval Command Centre received a "spanking new log book' after a very strange UFO initiated a Condition Zebra Alert:




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    Possibility of yet another example of UFO/USO Naval log book shenanigans involving astronomer Marc D"Antonio and a submarine sonar operator tracking an underwater object travelling at several hundred knots - the order then came down from the commanding officer to "Log it and dog it".

    See 49:00

     
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    You seen this video reenactment mate - pretty fascinating stuff.



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