Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 18:19:16 +0100 (BST)
From: daniel wilson <daniejon2000@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: April 18, 1962, Power out for 42 minutes
To: Francis Ridge <nicap@insightbb.com>





Though it may be debatable whether the above cases of electrical transmission failure were merely coincidences with UFO activity, an incident on April 18,1962, involving a UFO that had been tracked from New York, through Kansas to Eureka, Utah, was well documented. The Air Force spokesman admitted that the object had landed, and during the 42 minutes that it was on the ground near the power station there was no power, but it was restored when the UFO left. The object was pursued by jet interceptors summoned from Phoenix and Stead Field in Reno until it exploded over the Mesquite Range in Nevada in a brilliant glare that was visible over five states.(67)

From:

Fire Officer's Guide for Disaster Control, Second Edition
by William M. Kramer, Ph.D., and Charles W. Bahme, J.D.

June 13, 2003

This book will help you respond to disasters with the necessary operational procedures to save lives and property. The first moments of any incident can set the tone for the entire operation. Includes information on training, planning and procedures, communication, handling casualties, infrastructure assessment, recovery operations, and stress debriefing.

Contents:
• Disaster planning
• Historical lessons
• Organizational structure & incident command
• Resource management & augmentation
• Training & preparation
• Communications & information management
• Catastrophic fires
• Civil disorders & riots
• Weather-related natural disasters
• Terrain-based natural disasters
• Transportation disasters
• Hazardous materials incidents
• Mass casualties and mass evacuation
• Aftermath and recovery
• Glossary
• Appendices

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CHAPTER 13: ENEMY ATTACK AND UFO POTENTIAL