A 1948 UFO event in Washington, DC, may have featured an aircraft resembling the famous "Tic Tac" observed by Carrier Strike Group 11 in 2004.
The U.S. has collected information on aerial objects that, at least in some cases, did not appear to be balloons or "balloon-like entities."
Jazz Shaw revisits an unusual series of sightings of aerial objects in upstate New York in the 1980s, known today as the Hudson Valley UFO flap.
Did retired NBA agent David Sugarman recently capture video of a UFO at the Hyundai Air and Sea Show in Miami Beach?
"Incident 88", a multiple witness sighting in the Project Blue Book files remains a cold case... and leaves us with many questions.
The cases involving purported attacks by UFOs on aircraft, both military and civilian, is complicated... but some of the records are compelling.
Widely recognized as the "first" UFO sighting of the modern era, there are two little-discussed aspects of the famous sighting by pilot Kenneth Arnold in 1947.
Before the Phoenix Lights, "Incident 40" involved photos of an alleged UFO, and perhaps one of the first appearances of the Men in Black.
Multiple FOIA requests were sent to the Air Force based on the assumption that if one of their planes had gone down and they had lost a pilot, they would clearly have taken an interest... but did they?
The FOIA process is one of the strongest tools available to citizens seeking information from the government... but it is also rife with problems.