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you are unhappy with this response or wish to complain about any aspect ofthe handling ofthis then you should contact the undersigned in the first instance. Should you remain dissatisfied, then you may apply for an internal review by contacting the Director of Information Exploitation, 6th Floor, MOD Main Building, Whitehall, SWIA 2HB (e-mail:Info-XD@mod.uk).

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consultant for the DIS until completion ofthe report in March 2000. During the period 1996 to March 2000,producing the report was only one of several tasks in which the author was engaged, it is, therefore, not possible to determine how much ofhis time was divided between producing the report and his other tasks.

If you are unhappy with this response or wish to complain about any aspect ofthe handling ofthis request, then you should contact the undersigned in the first instance. Should you remain dissatisfied, then you may apply for an internal review by contacting the Director of Information Exploitation, 6th Floor, MOD Main Building, Whitehall, SWIA 2HB (e-mail:Info-XD@mod.uk).

If you are still unhappy following an internal review, you may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner under the provisions of Section 50 ofthe Freedom of Information Please note that the Information Commissioner will not normally investigate your case until the MOD internal review process has been completed. Further details ofthe role and powers of the Information Commissioner can be found on the Commissionerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s web site,

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http://www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk.


. 21/08/02

11:00

Fortrose, Highlands

26/08/02

00:00

Dundee, Tayside

10/09/02

23:23

Hamilton, Strathclyde

10/09/02 11/09/02

19:45 10:40

Tibbermore, Ta side Kirkcaldy, Fife

24/11/02

20:00

Bohuntine, Highlands

22:00

Coaltown of Balgonie, Fife

ellow and red Ii htin . Small, torpedo shaped object with a white or silver trian ular reflector to one side. Strange red and white lights seen through the curtains. Then there was a solid red beam outside for about five to ten seconds. Three objects, each of which had two bright orange lights, in a triangular formation. Seemed to swa laces with each other. One small, bri ht, oval sha ed obâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ect. Three hanging silver rods. They were drifting slowly, then became bright silver and then faded awa . Round orange shaped object, with pale green lights shining out in all directions. A ossible halo.

Reports for 2003:08/01/03

Stirling

10/01/03 13/01/03

07:40

Dunkeld, Tayside

19/01/03

18:03

Stonehaven, Grampian

25/05/03

23:00

Sandyford, Lanarkshire

25/05/03 28/05/03

23:05 23:20

Kilmacolm, Strathclyde St.Kilbride Leonards, East

08/08/03

22:35

West Kilbride, Ayrshire

10/08/03 17/08/03 19/08/03

23:15 23:45 23:30

West Kilbride, Ayrshire Bonnybridae, Central Seithins, Perthshire

29/12/03

01:50

Nr Barnton Pk,

St.

Edinburah, Lothian

Changing shape. Strong blue, green and red lights. Pulsating lights. Jumbo Jet sized. Two aircraft type objects flying next to each other. Both had vapour trails. Distant object moving from side to side. Bright light, brighter than any star. Went dim from time to time. Three bright lights forming a triangle. Hoverina not movina. High and bright object. No anti-collision liahts. Large, briaht light. Huge white ball that was glowing. Looked like a flvina iellyfish. A star shaped object. Witness watched for a few minutes, then it dropped from the sky like a bomb. A few round spheres. UFO siahtina. Object with two white lights and one red and one oranae in the middle, both flashing. A steady bright light in the sky, resembling the front of a helicopter.

Reports for 2004:04:30 22:30 12:30 22:20 22:40 22:55 22:47

Ayr Strathclyde Edinburah, Lothian West Kilbride, Ayrshire West Kilbride, Avrshire West Kilbride, Ayrshire West Kilbride, Avrshire West Kilbride, Ayrshire

15/05/04 17/05/04 19/05/04 25/05/04 30/05/04

22:20

12:15

West Kilbride, Ayrshire West Kilbride, Ayrshire West Kilbride, Avrshire West Kilbride, Avrshire West Kilbride, Ayrshire

01/06/04

00:00

Hamilton, Lanarkshire

02/01/04 17/03/04 02/04/04 15/04/04 16/04/04 16/04/04 10/05/04

A SQuare red obiect, pinkish at the front.

Fast movina briaht liaht. One sphere. Yellow sphere. Very briaht. Yellow sphere. Yellow sphere.

Two yellow spheres, going at a tremendous speed.

Two spheres. One sphere. Larae briaht sphere. One sphere. Five bright spheres flying beside each other. Bright light, flashing and making engine noises.


2/06/04

00:35

Hamilton, Lanarkshire

16/08/04 09/09/04

23:35 23:20

10/10/04 .

10:15

12/1 0/04

20:07

26/11/04

21:00

West Kilbride, A rshire Dumfries, Dumfries & Gallowa Strath Bongo/Glasgow, Strathcl de Dumfries, Dumfries & Gallowa West Kilbride, Ayrshire

1 0/12/04

17:25

Broxburn, Edinburgh, Lothian

15/02/05 06/04/05

01:00 23:00

Greenock, Strathclvde West Kilbride, Ayrshire

07/04/05

23:15

West Kilbride, Ayrshire

14/09/05

21:15

Lochgelly, Fife

14/09/05 14/09/05

21:45 23:15

Glenrothes, Fife Crieff, Perthshire

14/09/05 14/09/05

20:50 20:55

Letham, Fife Blairgowrie, Perthshire

14/09/05

21:23

Kinross, Perthshire

05/12/05

21:15

Dunfermline, Fife

16/12/05

14:10

Peebles, Borders

A wide test tube shape,that moved from the South Strange lights over the town.

East.

At least 25 yellow spheres, in groups of five, fl in North over West Kilbride. Ball of fire, with a tail five to seven times the diameter of the Bright orange with a weaker oran e Possibl a meteorite.

ball. tail.

Reports for 2005:-

December 05

Harrington, East Lothian

Large vellow conical shape. One yellow sphere that was very bright and Moving from West to North Three spheres, moving from West to North

fast. East.

East.

Bright, white lights that were moving in semi circles. Three to six, bright white lights in circles. Clear white lights, like a torch, but no beam. White circles all over the sky. Three white circles going clockwise and then anti-clockwise. Two to three bright green and luminous lights circling. The object looked like a black triangle. Was flying above a passenger jet that was travelling from North to South. The object was small and silver. Was flying twice the speed of a military aircraft in a very straight line. A UFO was seen.

Reports for 2006:-

January 06

Bony Lake, Mid Lothian

January 06

Bony Lake, Mid Lothian

21/02/06

19:45

Scotland

18/03/06

22:45

West Kilbride, Ayrshire

23/04/06

22:00 .

West Kilbride; Ayrshire

There were five orange lights that were quite bri ht and movin slowl across the sk . Four, small, bright red lights were seen movin slowl across the sk . A blue ball of light, with a tail at the end was seen. There were two spheres and one was following the other. They looked like they were movin from side to side. Four golden spheres. They drifted South to North They were definitely solid uided crafts.

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East.

I hope this is helpful. If you are unhappy with the response â&#x20AC;&#x2122;or wish to complain about any aspect of the handling of this request, then you should contact the undersigned in the first instance. Should you remain dissatisfied,then you may apply for an internal review by contacting the Director of Information Exploitation, 6th Floor, MOD Main Building, Whitehall, SW1A 2HB (e-mail: Info-XD@mod.uk). If you are still unhappy following an internal review, you may take your complaint to the Information Commissioner under the provisions of Section 50 of the Freedom of Information Please note that the

Act.


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. -Information Commissioner will not normally investigate your case until the MOD internal review process has ’W’been completed. Further details of the role and powers of the Information Commissioner can be found on the Commissioner’s website, httc://www.informationcommissioner.aov.uk.

Yours sincerely


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