UFO: Activity Around Military Bases, What Are The Intentions?

UFO activity around military bases is investigated and a review of famous UFO events: 1947 Roswell, New Mexico crash; 1952 Washington, DC mass sighting; 1967 Shag Harbor, Nova Scotia and 1980 RAF Bentwaters incidents.
The Shag Harbor UFO incident was the reported impact of a large unknown object into waters near Shag Harbour, a small fishing village in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, on October 4, 1967.
The impact was investigated by several civil (Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Canadian Coast Guard) and military (Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force) agencies of the Government of Canada. The RCN performed at least one underwater survey to attempt to locate the remains of all associated objects. 
The Government of Canada stated that no known aircraft were involved and the source of the impact remains unknown to this day. It is one of the few cases where government agency documents formally declaring an unidentified flying object was involved. Several military witnesses who were interviewed, including an RCN diver involved in the search, claimed an alien craft was responsible. [citation needed] It was also claimed by several of the witnesses that US armed forces units were involved in the search. The case was also briefly investigated by the US Condon UFO Study Committee, which offered no explanation.
The Rendlesham Forest incident is the name given to a series of reported sightings of unexplained lights and the alleged landing of an object or multiple object of unknown origin in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, England, in late December 1980 , just outside RAF Woodbridge, used at the time by the US Air Force. Dozens of USAF personnel were eyewitnesses to various events over a two- or three-day period. It is the most famous UFO event to have taken place in Great Britain, ranking among the best-known UFO events worldwide. Along with the Berwyn Mountain UFO incident, it has been compared to the Roswell UFO incident in the United States, and is often referred to as “British Roswell”.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) denied the event posed any threat to national security, and stated that it was therefore never investigated as a matter of security. 
Later evidence indicated that there was a substantial MoD file on the matter, which led to accusations of a cover-up, some interpreting this as part of a larger pattern of suppression of information about the true nature of unidentified flying objects, therefore in the United States. United States and British governments (see UFO conspiracy theory). One person to take this view was eyewitness and Deputy Base Commander Colonel Charles Halt (see below). Another was former NATO chief and UK Armed Forces Chief Lord Peter Hill-Norton, who stated that what happened on this USAF base was necessarily in the interests of national security. However, when the archive was released in 2001, it turned out to consist mostly of internal correspondence and responses to public inquiries.
The 1952 Washington, D.C. UFO incident, also known as the Washington Flap or the Washington National Airport Paparazzi Sighting, was a series of reports of unidentified flying objects from July 12 to July 29, 1952, over Washington, D.C. The sightings Most publicized took place on consecutive weekends, July 19-20 and July 26-27.
UFOs over the White House (USA, 1952). The case, known as the “Washington UFO Incident”, reports the appearance of several flying objects flying over important buildings in the American capital, including the president’s residence.

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