UPDATE
By Fran Ridge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AUGUST ISSUE

LATEST INSTALLATIONS
     As of this date (July 1), MADAR has 70 devices in various stages of deployment, with 52 running, 10 in foreign countries. It is estimated that we will have 20 more DataProbes in September and we should have our goal of hundred online by end of year.
     As the result of another large purchase of needed circuit boards we were unable to make our goal and deadline of enough funds to attend the annual MUFON International UFO Symposium on July 26-28. However, we are now funded and have two MADAR reps going to the International UFO Conference at Phoenix, Arizona, on September 3-7, 2019. Paul Browning and Paul Anzalone will have a bannered booth set up by Wednesday morning. As I write this report we are preparing a MADAR device to be placed and operated at Phoenix, the site of a major incident referred to as the "Phoenix Lights."
     The MADAR-III DataProbes will be sold and programmed right on the spot, ready to plug and play upon the ops return to their respective states.
      The latest two MADAR-III DataProbes are Joseph Jordan's second unit in South Korea (Node 159), and Jorge Landrian's device (Node 123) at Wichita, KS. My 5 unit array in southern Indiana/Illinois now includes Evansville, IN and is operated by Scott Paul.
     The weather hasn't been a good factor in sighting correlations but wwe're now operating on Plan 61 which is an improved software version and the hits we had before we adjusted the system was phenomenal in June. In the months ahead we anticipate a quantum leap in data.
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