Index of Documents
from 16 September 1999
documents are listed in no particular
1. "DIA Organization, Mission and Key
Personnel," March 1981 (original copy,
with red-orange cover) DRS-2600-926-81. This
provides complete mission and products
statements for each organization in the DIA
and also the signatures of about 40 department
heads approving the organization charts. Two
initials and last names are listed for all
personnel. 65 pgs.
2. "DIA Organization, Mission and Key
Personnel," October 1981 (69 pp.)
(Original) copy. DRS-2600-926B-81. This is a
revision of the previously published March
report, but with only 19 organizations shown.
Signatures as before. 69 pgs.
3. Notes for Correspondence Subcourse SC
816, "Psychological Operation (PSYOP)
Media. Seven lessons for a total of 20 credit
hours. From the US Army Institute for Military
Assistance, Sept. 1977. Pencil marking on some
of the pages. 57 pgs.
4. 352nd CA command organization dated 1
March 1980. Org chart showing four PSYOP
units. 1 p.
5. One page handwritten of Subcourse
Numbers and titles for PSYOP courses. Shows
847, PSYOP Resources and Force Structure; 289,
Intro to Internal Defense/Internal
Development; 812, Social Science Fundamentals
(understanding your target, the individual,
social groups and institutions, social
communications of change; 814, PSYOP Planning
and Development, and 813, PSYOP Intel and
Analysis, collection, target analysis and
campaign control, and propaganda analysis.
This last course also has written in with the
same handwriting as elsewhere, "PSYOP UFO
Countermeasures and Propaganda (I Intel
collection; II Media contact/fact sheets; III
Force Command/NMCC. This is followed by "PSYOP
UFO Disinformation (I Forgery/Documents, II
unstated, III Tabloid Contacts, and IV Script
Writing. This is followed by "DIA/CIA/NSA
Courses." 1 p.
6. Three-ring black binder (2-inch size)
containing 400 pages labeled
"Correspondence Subcourse of the U.S.
Army Institute for Military Assistance,"
SC 847 March 77. This is followed by
Correspondence Subcourse 812, which is
followed by Correspondence Subcourse 814,
followed by Correspondence Subcourse 813,
followed by Correspondence Subcourse 815,
followed by numerous appendices. 400 pgs.
7. "Information Security Program
Regulation," DoD 5200.1-R in four parts,
Nov 73. This 150-page document provides
detailed information about security procedures
for the Department of Defense. 50 pgs.
8. "Civil Affairs Operations,"
Dept of Army Field Manual FM 41-10, October
1969, up to section L. Cover has notation
"Al Gilley" and "UFO
Contingency/Training Course" in a
different hand. 100 pgs.
9. "Iran: Executive and Congressional
Reaction and Roles," Issue Brief No.
IB80001 by Loventhal and Collier, a few pages,
Feb 1980. Deals with the history of the Iran
hostage events. 5 pgs.
10. "CS/CSS (Combat Support/Combat
Service Support) Operations, Chapter 7,"
Logex 79, Vol. IV, Civil-Military Cooperation/Psyop,
11. "Guide to Military Space
Operations," C. Richard Whelan, 1986.
Annotated "UFO/SDI Program" on cover
page. 154 pgs.
12. "A Systematic Review of 'Commando'
(Special Operations) 1939-1980," Luttwak,
Canby, and Thomas, 4 parts, both sides.
Printed on both sides, but reverse is printed
upside down. Punched for spiral binding. This
would have been a reject. Unclassified.
Contains fascinating true stories of dozens of
events of covert activity. Unquestionably
authentic. Prepared by C&L Associates,
defense consultants. Marked "Final
Report." 350 pgs.
13. "U.S. Foreign Policy Objectives
and Overseas Military Installations," US
Govt. Printing Office, No. 35-995-O, April
1979. This is a product of the Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations. 121 pgs.
14. Extract from FM 33-5, Chapter 7 (1974),
"Roles and Missions of Psychological
Operations Teams (TOE 33-500H) This copy
identifies the functions of 28 PSYOP teams in
the PSYOP organization, and reveals the tip of
a huge iceberg of psychological warfare.
Targets are not identified. 6 pgs.
15. "Eighteen Dilemmas of Oil
Vulnerability," Robert Axelrod, Institute
of Public Policy Studies Discussion Paper #
161, University of Michigan, February 1981, 16
16. "The Soviet Army, Operations and
Tactics," FM 100-2-1, HQ U.S. Army, 16
July 1984. This is a detailed description of
the procedures and tactics used in battlefield
scenarios. Original cover with red print on
olive green cover. 300 pgs.
17. "Tracking and Command of Aerospace
Vehicles," IAS (Institute of Aerospace
Sciences) National Symposium, Feb 19-21, 1962,
San Francisco, California. 140 pgs.
18. "A Response to Hermann Eilts'
'Security Considerations in the Persian
Gulf'", from "Point/Counterpoint,
from "International Security (Spring 1981
pages 186-203), printed in AF/DoD
"Current News, Special Edition, 3
November 1981, No. 776. At the upper right,
there is "Joe S" in pencil, and at
the right there is "Jeff" in pencil.
19. "Exposing the Libyan Link,"
New York Times Magazine article by Seymour M.
Hersh, later than 1979 such as 1980 or 81. A
number of phrases are underlined. 11 pgs.
20. Four small (4-8 pages each)
"Background Notes" publications by
the Department of State on (South) Yemen,
January 1977; (North) Yemen, June 1977;
Kuwait, December 1977, and Oman, August 1978.
21. "International Boundary Study,
"Publication No. 164, Iran-Iraq,
Department of State, Bureau of International
Relations and Research, 8 pgs.
22. "The Soviet Nuclear Threat Towards
the Close of the Yom Kippur War," from
The Jerusalem Journal of International
Relations Vol. 5, No. 1, 1980, published by
Air Force/DoD Current News Special Edition,
dated August 27, 1981, No. 752. 5 pgs.
23. "Saudi Arabia Faces the 1980s:
Saudi Security Problems and American
Interests," Lincoln P. Bloomfield Jr.,
from The Fletcher Forum, Summer 1981, pages
243-277, published by AF/DoD "Current
News" Special Edition dated January 20,
1982, No. 806. 35 pgs.
None of the above publications bore
any classification stamps, marks, or
indication of classification; not even
"for official use only."
This pile of material was retained
by Tim Cooper, and was about eight
inches thick. The bound booklets were
mostly printed on both sides.
This was approximately one-half of
the material. The other material was
given to R.M. Wood for selective
copying and subsequent return to
Cooper. This inventory follows:
24. From CIA to MAJSEC, Message classified
TOP SECRET JEHOVAH dated R 1411123Z Nov 98 (14
Nov 98, 1:23AM Zulu time?), in standard
envelope (TSM) 1 p.
25. "Summary of NICAP Cases,"
stamped "Tentative Secret, Forward to
MAJCOM" from Blue Book Files, undated. 10
26. "The UFO Evidence," published
by NICAP, classified CIA copy Project UFO,
stamped top and bottom of each page, "TOP
SECRET" in blue (9 pt block type) and
"TENTATIVE SECRET, FORWARD TO MAJCOM,"
two lines in black (10 pt type) Pages
occasionally have the word
"CONFIRMATION" in blue (26 pt type)
on various cases. This copy is marked
"File copy No. 25." 184 pgs.
27. "NSA Intercept of the "Hot
Line", COMSEC file dated 11/12/63 from
OOTP to PUSSR, Subj.: UFO Working Groups.
Retyped in manila folder labeled "TS
UMBRA/UFOs" (TSU) 3 pgs.
28. "Memorandum for Chief of Staff of
the Army" from "F.D.R." dated
February 27, 1942, classified TOP SECRET.
Restroked in manila folder labeled "TS
FDR LETTER" (TS) 1 p.
29. "Unidentified Aircraft Sightings
Over the United States," Intelligence
Estimate, prepared by Special Studies and
Evaluation State-War-Navy Coordinating
Committee and Office of National Estimates,
with TS Contrl No. 7300405 NSA Authority,
September 30, 1947, Retyped in manila folder
labeled "IE 9/30/47" (TSEO) 5 pgs.
30. "Communist Propaganda Charging
United States with the Use of BW in
Korea," CIA/SI 29-51 Information Report,
NARA file number 834021, approved for release
7 Nov 1985, dtd 20 August 1951. Restroked in
manila folder labeled "CIA BW," 6
31. Letter from Hillenkoetter to Menzel,
CIA COPY, TOP SECRET markings by hand in red
top and bottom, contents innocuous, note of
copies to Boyd, Wellman, Hillenkoetter, and
Keyhoe dated 10/27/65, letter dated September
19, 1963, 1 p.
32. Listing of "Scientific personnel
of the Metallurgical Lab, Chicago.
Approximately 70 names (usually First,
Initial, Last) including Robert S. Mulliken
(sp?), Eugene P. Wigner, Leo Szilard. July 17,
1947. Judged original paper from the era. 3
33. "Memorandum for Military Director,
Scientific Activity Board," Subject.
Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), five
paragraphs transmitting AF Regulation 200-2,
requesting a review panel, Sep 28 1985,
Mimeographed. 1 p.
34. Letter from James H. Aikman, Lt
Colonel, USAF Community Relations Division,
formally announces termination of Project Blue
Book. No date, but alludes to December 17,
1969 as announcement date for termination of
Project Blue Book. Mimeographed. 1 p.
35. "Memorandum from V. Bush and J. B.
Conant, Subject: Supplementary Memo Giving
Details of Other Weapons "Water
Boiler" That Produce Heat W/O
Explosions., September 30, 1944, Original
retype, old paper. Top Secret at top only. 1
36. Letter to Field Marshall Sir John Dill,
GCB, C.M.G., DSO, Combined Chiefs of Staff
alluding to the use of a TA weapon, 17 January
1944.nvw, Original retype, old paper. Secret
at top only. 1 p.
37. ALSOS Mission summary from 31 August
1944 interview from "F. J." Listing
of Germans, cyclotron, V weapons, February 22,
1945. Original retype, old paper. Secret at
top only. 2 pgs.
38. ALSOS Mission note by Dr. S. A.
Goudsmit. Two sentences only, 29 October 1944.
Original retype, old paper. Secret at top
only. 1 p.
39. Report of a group of Chicago
scientists, "Political and social
problems," June 1945, Original retype,
old paper. Top Secret at top only. 1 p.
40. A folder labeled "Scientific
Advisory Panel Recommendations," On old
Ozalid paper turned brown, first page marked
"CIA Copy," Tabs A through H,
including suggested changes to AFR 200-2 and
list of Private UFO Organizations. No date,
but mentions cost and manpower estimates for
January 1959. Secret in Red top and bottom. 18
41. Envelope (9x12) containing 31 typically
8x10 photos of UFOs. Descriptions on back give
time, date place and explanation such as
"internal reflection," time exposure
of moon," "negative wrinkle"
and the like. No reason to question conclusion
in cases I looked at. Occasional written
explanations or reports included. Includes two
negatives. Photos in mid 50s. Photos all
stamped "TENTATIVE SECRET, FORWARD TO
MAJCOM. 31 pgs.
42. Manila folder labeled "Physical
Sp." containing original Blue Book
material, copies, clippings and photos.
Noteworthy is first generation carbon of all
photos submitted to USAF for analysis between
July 6, 1947 and October 30, 1966, 4 pgs. 56
pgs. including photos and papers.
43. One folder marked SECRET PROJECT BLUE
BOOK, noted "Evaluated and Loaned to CIA,
containing Blue Book notes, clippings,
reports, and parts, and correspondence. Click
here to view a list of the folder contents.