Assorted UFO Quotes By Military Figures

by Daniel Russ on January 10, 2012

In 1977 This UFO was photographed in Montana

UFO Montana



“The UFOs are no figment of the immagination.”
Lieutenant-Colonel Lou Corbin, Army Intelligence



“I had the evidence that a crash did happen here….Give this information to the young people of the world and this country….They want it. Give it to them. Don’t hide it and tell lies and make stories. They’re not stupid….It’s their information. It doesn’t belong to the Army or the Department of Defence. If it’s classified, take the classification off and give it to them!”
-The late Colonel Philip J. Corso, who made this impassioned plea not long before his death (Summer 1998). Colonel Corso was a member of President Eisenhower’s National Security Council and later went on to become head of the U.S. Army Research and Development department’s Foreign Technology Desk where he claimed to have worked with General Arthur Trudeau in “seeding” American military and industrial institutions with technology under his stuardship which came from a crashed alien craft in Roswell New Mexico.




“I am convinced there was thought behind the thing’s maneuvers.”
Lieutenant George Gorman, North Dakota Air National Guard.  In October, 1948 Gorman (flying an F51) chased a “ball of light some eight inches wide” for about thirty minutes, through a series of twists, turns and circles, nearly colliding with it on at least one occasion.  The object was also witnessed from the control tower at the Fargo Airport through high-powered binoculars.




“We frequently see unidentified objects in the sky.  We are quietly investigating them.”
Lieutenant-General Akira Hirano, Chief of Staff of Japan’s Air Self-Defense Force, September, 1977.




“[It was] made and flown by intelligent beings.”
Major Shiro Kubuta, of Japan’s Air Self-Defence Force (I think).  Kubuta and his pilot, Lt. Colonel Toshio Nakamura, were scrambled in an F-4EJ to intercept what they were told was a Soviet Bomber.  Once Airborne they were informed that their target was actually a UFO which had been sighted by ground and was being tracked on radar.  When they closed upon the red, disk-like UFO, it began to maneuver around the plane, causing Nakamura to take evasive action.  A dogfight of twists, turns and dives insued, which after several minutes resulted in a collision, which caused the jet to crash.  Both men ejected.  Tragically, Nakamura’s parachute caught fire and he fell to his death.




“That movie Close Encounters of The Third Kind is more realistic than you believe.”
Steve Lewis, Former Air Force intelligence officer who spent many years investigating the UFO phenomenon for the US military. This statement was made after his retirement when he announced that he was convinced UFOs were intelligently controlled, extraterrestrial vehicles.  He would give no further details of his work, but said that very little of the information in possession of the military had been released.




“The nations of the world will have to unite for the next war will be an interplanetary war.  The nations of Earth must some day make a common front against attack by people from other planets.”
General Douglas MacArthur, in a 1955 statement. MacArthur is thought by some to have been involved with General George Marshall in establishing the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit in 1947, supposedly formed to investigate UFO crashes, it is said to have been disbanded in the early 1950s.


Source: UFO Evidence



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