Dr. Richard F. Haines
Richard Haines was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, and attended the University of Washington (College of Engineering) and Pacific Lutheran College (Tacoma) where he received the B.A. degree in 1960. He was awarded the M.A. and Ph.D. from Michigan State University (East Lansing) in 1962 and 1964, respectively, in the field of Experimental Psychology. After working at NASA-Ames from 1967 - 1986 as a research scientist in numerous astronautical (Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, Space Station) and aeronautical (e.g., Mgr. of the Joint FAA/NASA Head-up Display Program, landing simulation research) projects, he was appointed Chief of the Space Human Factors Office at NASA-Ames (1986-1988) where he directed research and development efforts of the AX-5 "hard" EVA space suit, habitability design research for Space Station Freedom, and spacecraft window design. He retired from government service in 1988 and taught at San Jose State University as an Associate Professor of Psychology while working part time as a scientist in the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science. From 1990-1991 he has provided consulting services to NASA in various laboratory activities related to supersonic wind tunnel automation redesign and Space Station Freedom - to - ground bandwidth image transmission reduction. His interest in UFO phenomena spans over 20 years with special interests in sightings by pilots, analysis of photographic evidence, and data on Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind.  He recently founded (and co directs) the "Joint American - Soviet Aerial Anomaly Federation" (JASASF); his professional biography (and list of published books) may be found in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in California, and other similar publications. Haines images

These three areas (sightings by pilots, analysis of photographic evidence, and data on Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind) contain the type of data that will bring us to a successful discovery of the core nature of the phenomena.

Samples of published works
Review Of Selected Sightings From Aircraft From 1973 - 1978 - Dr. Richard Haines (1979)
Review of Selected Aerial Phenomenon Sightings From Aircraft From 1942 - 1952 -  Haines (1983)
Fifty-Six Aircraft Pilot Sightings Involving E-M Effects - Richard F. Haines (1992)
UFO Phenomena and the Behavioral Scientist (Editor)
Observing UFOs
Melbourne Episode - Case Study of a Missing Pilot
Advanced Aerial Devices Reported During the Korean War