For the first time in human history, it is possible to detect and monitor extraterrestrial objects moving across our sky. The early warning system envisaged by the project for a network of automatic stations for UFO monitoring play a role in safeguarding national security, only because it would provide information on type and number of UFOs detected. In addition, the information gathered at sites will give us unique opportunity to study the psychological reactions of people who witness such phenomena.
The concept behind my plan is an integrated network of automatic observation stations whose purpose is to pick up on all anomalous sightings reported by citizens, along with other recorded UFOs. This involves building 20 large-scale observatories spaced out around the country (and even oversea). Each site would be equipped with computerized instruments capable of recording information on UFO movements and positions of any observers who saw UFO. Data collected from each site could then be pooled together to form a database which would allow scientists to draw conclusions about the nature of these mysterious objects.