A report by Paul Dean, Shane Ryan, and Keith Basterfield
Many UAP researchers have hung out trying to find references to the 6 April 1966 UAP occasion at Westall, Melbourne, Australia, within the information of the Australian authorities. The one reference we find out about, was in a prolonged letter from a non-public particular person to the Australian Division of Defence (DOD). In that letter, the person posed numerous questions, and one was about Westall. The resultant response from the DOD didn’t reply lots of the questions, and didn’t discuss with Westall in any respect.
What researchers have extra just lately been on the lookout for, is an official report which units out what actually occurred that day. From quite a few witnesses who had been there on the time, we all know that authorities officers instructed college students and not less than one instructor, to not speak in regards to the occasion. We additionally know from family members, of a then senior officer of the previous Australian authorities Division of Provide (DOS) that he wrote an official report on the incident. Nobody has ever discovered a replica of this report. In brief, we will say that no-one has ever been in a position to find any Australian authorities doc that tells us precisely what occurred that day.
Division of Provide
|An instance of a DOS UAP file cowl|
Due to what we have now learnt from our personal analysis, and what Australian investigative journalist Ross Coulthart wrote in his e book “In Plain Sight,” the latest focus of the seek for references to Westall in Australian authorities information, has been on information generated by the DOS; particularly the Division which handled plane, and guided weapons. Not one of the identified, and out there, DOS information has been discovered to say Westall.
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A 3 12 months search
Three years in the past, we determined to search for beforehand unknown and unreleased DOS information, held by the Nationwide Archives of Australia (NAA.) We discovered a file collection, MP1899/1 which appeared prone to have relevance to our search. Nonetheless, not one of the particular person information from the collection was listed on the NAA’s database, known as “RecordSearch.”
A visit was then made, to the Melbourne workplace of the NAA, and there we positioned a tough copy “discovering support” itemizing the information within the collection MP1899/1. This listing of file management symbols and titles, was generated by the DOS once they transferred the information to the NAA. We regarded by way of this listing, and chosen a small variety of information which appeared probably the most related.
Time glided by, throughout which there have been a collection of emails and phone calls exchanged with the NAA. Nonetheless, no information eventuated. After a few years of focussing on different analysis issues, we determined to return to the query of those DOS information. We decided that these information had been nonetheless in existence and held on the NAA Burwood storage facility. Throughout this course of one in all us obtained inside 100 metres of the information, however weren’t allowed to take a look at them as a result of their standing was “not but examined.” Preparations had been then made, with the NAA Melbourne workplace, for the information to be “examined,” and in late 2021 they had been registed on RecordSearch. In January and February 2022, one after the other, their standing modified to “open.” This meant one might order a digital copy of the information (an costly enterprise) or view the information, in individual, on the Melbourne NAA workplace.
The eight information
1. File collection MP1899/1, management image G162/105/10. Barcode 1406735. Titled “Month-to-month report for Minister – 1966.”
2. File collection MP1899/1, management image G454/101/4 PART 2. Barcode 14406753. Titled “P.E.R.T. [Programme Evaluation Review Technique] Month-to-month reviews from regional places of work.”
3. File collection MP1899/1, management image G401/104/2. Barcode 14406739. Titled “Miscellaneous categorized correspondence faraway from undertaking information.”
4. File collection MP1899/1, management image G454/101/4 PART 1. Barcode 14406733. Titled “Programme analysis evaluate strategies [PERT] Month-to-month reviews from regional places of work (1965-1969) A.G. W. & E.S. [Aircraft, guided weapons and electronic supplies] feedback.”
5. File collection MP1899/1, management image G433/106/10. Barcode 14406734. Titled “Australia/USA logistics preparations estimates of expenditure necessities – A.G.W & E.S. Division elements.”
6. File collection MP1899/1, management image G162/105/11 PART 1. Barcode 14406736. Titled “Division of Provide – Month-to-month report 1966.”
7. File collection MP1899/1, management image G162/105/11PART 2,. Barcode 14406737. Titled ” Division of Provide – month-to-month report -1966.”
8. File collection MP1899/1, management image G177/107/3. Barcode 14406738. Titled “Guided weapons and digital part – AGW&E Division (All states) – organisational issues.”
The information are considered
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As a consequence of numerous points, akin to COVID, household issues, and the times when the Melbourne NAA workplace is open; it wasn’t till mid June 2022, that preparations might be made for us to bodily view the above information.
An examination of the above information was carried out on 22 June 2022 on the Melbourne NAA workplace. No materials, related to the Westall incident was famous on any of the information. This additional deepens the thriller of why no-one is ready to find any official documentation on this occasion.
Though this newest search, has proved destructive; we wished to doc it, to point the thoroughness of our authorities information seek for Westall associated materials.