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FOIA Request to Multiple USAF Bases re the Oct. 23, 2011, Aerial Attack on a UFO Near Pensacola

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Larry Bryant By Larry W Bryant
TO: Freedom-of-Information Officer
555 Suwannee Road
Tyndall Air Force Base, FL 32403-5505

TO: Freedom-of-Information Officer
12719 Elmendorf Street
Homestead Air Reserve Base, FL 33039-1299

TO: Freedom-of-Information Officer
202 West Georgia Avenue - Suite 113
Eglin Air Force Base, FL 32542-5453

FROM: Larry W. Bryant
3518 Martha Custis Drive
Alexandria, VA 22302

DATE: December 27, 2011
  1.  Reference: My classified advertisement:

    The text of which is printed below.
  2. This freedom-of-information request seeks a photocopy of all your installation/command's records produced from the incident of October 23, 2011, in which one or more jet interceptors shot down an airborne UFO near Pensacola, Fla. I ask that you begin your records search by determining the volume and whereabouts of any and all interceptor gun-camera film footage of this hostile encounter. That key documentary evidence presumably would lead you to locate all other related documentation -- such as air intelligence reports, flight-operations logs/incident reports, command-and-control/communications recordings, radar-tracking data, security forces' actions, pilot-debriefing transcripts, after-action reports, executive correspondence (including e-mail and faxed material), and UFO-sighting reports submitted/processed under requirements of Joint Army-Navy-Air Publication 146 ("Communications Instructions for Reporting Vital Intelligence Sightings").
  3. Since the FOIA-amending provisions of the U. S. Open Government Act of 2007 afford my requester status (representative of the news media) automatic exclusion of all records-search/review fees incident to your fulfilling this request, I hereby state my willingness to pay for only your reasonable document-duplication costs beyond the first 100 pages of responsive records.
  4. By USPS mail, I'm sending to you a signed printout of this e-formatted letter.
Copies furnished to:
Editor, UFO Magazine

Chief of Staff, U. S. Senate Armed Services Committee


$2,000 Whistleblower Reward for Gun-camera Footage of the Oct. 23, 2011, Aerial Attack on a UFO Near Pensacola

How many USAF-deployed jet fighters joined the Oct. 23, 2011, aerial attack against a UFO near Pensacola, Fla., in which one or more of these interceptors fired upon the low-flying interloper, causing a fiery explosion over the Gulf of Mexico? Hard evidence of this alleged attack probably was recorded by the interceptors' gun cameras. If you (or someone you know) possess, and can offer, an authentic copy of that smoking-UFO film, you may qualify for a $2,000 reward, as to be adjudged by a panel of UFO-research specialists.

Please help fulfill the public's right-to-know in this matter of UFO-centered hostility -- a case that one or more congressional committees might wish to investigate and report upon. As you develop your whistleblower role in this pivotal case of official U. S. overreaction to the worldwide UFO-E.T. presence, I'm submitting a freedom-of-information request to multiple Air Force bases in the Pensacola area -- for access to all their records about the event (see its text posted as Item 2.144 of my blog - Larry W. Bryant's UFOview ). Meantime, I welcome receipt of your insider tips/leads/deathbed confessions at:
Larry W. Bryant
3518 Martha Custis Drive
Alexandria, VA 22302
phone: 703-931-3341
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