CUFON Computer UFO Network
Document #: 57
From: UFO INFO SERVICE
Date Sent: 04-11-1987
Subject: 1987 SEN: GLENN:(AQUARIUS
CUFON: UFO INFORMATION SERVICE SEATTLE WASHINGTON
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT DOCUMENT FILES
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
CENTRAL SECURITY SERVICE
Fort George G. Meade. maryland 20755 – 6000
27 January 1987
The Honorable John Glenn
United States Senate
ATTN: Mr. Mark Frondorf
SH-503 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Dear Senator Glenn:
This responds to your letter of 7 January 1987 on behalf of your constituent,
Mr. Clifford E. Stone ( Enclosure 1 ).
The National Security Agency (NSA) has received numerous Freedom Of
Information Act (FOIA) requests for information pertaining to UFO incidents. Our
records show that Mr. Stone has submitted six such requests over the past 7
years. One of those requests was for the information mentioned in paragraph 2 of
his letter to you, the UFO incident at RAF Woodbridge Base.
In our 1 February 1984 response to Mr. Stone ( Enclosure 2 ), we notified him
that the estimated manpower and computer search costs involved in locating
records responsive to his requests were $250.00. We advised him that, upon
receipt of half that amount, a search would be made. Mr. Stone did not respond
to our letter.
Regarding the information in paragraph 1 of Mr. Stone’s letter, we have no
record of receiving an FOIA requests for documents dealing with a UFO
destruction of a Cuban MiG-23.
Paragraph 3 of his letter ask for NSA analysis of the document he attached.
It appears to be an Air Force document.
The project names which are referenced, Sigma and Snowbird, are not NSA
projects. We have no knowledge of the information contained in the document.
The subject of paragraph 4, project Aquarius, has been the subject of
numerous FOIA requests. Apparently there is or was an Air Force project by that
name which dealt with UFO’s.
Coincidentally, there is also an NSA project by that name. The NSA project
does not deal with UFO’s. We believe that the confusion on this issue results
from an FOIA requests submitted by another person with interest in UFOs, Mr.