Barry Greenwood is a longtime researcher and author. His many credits include the books Clear Intent and UFOs and Government, as well as the Just Cause newsletter, an integral part of Citizens Against UFO Secrecy. Barry has contributed material to numerous books, documentary films and articles. He is a member of the Expanding Frontiers Research Board of Directors.
Barry was employed by the U.S. Postal Service for some 40 years in station administration and finances. He is a research specialist in government documents, maintaining and overseeing one of the larger archives of historical UFO records in existence. He has spent thousands of hours in library and archive research. Barry has held memberships in the American Astronomical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, and was a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.
Below is a selection of records generously provided by Barry Greenwood to Expanding Frontiers Research. Check back periodically as this page continues to grow.
BAASS and MUFON, 2008-2009
Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies and the Mutual UFO Network embarked upon an ill-fated collaboration during the 2008-2009 time frame. The circumstances were indicative of the Advanced Aerospace Weapon Systems Application Program, or AAWSAP, government contract awarded to BAASS (see AAWSAP records obtained from the Defense Intelligence Agency in the FOIA Document section of the Expanding Frontiers Archive).
View records in the 70-page file linked below that include MUFON emails; research papers, such as "Human Interface"; information about the formation of a MUFON rapid response team to field select UFO reports; and a contract drawn up between BAASS and MUFON, "Purchase Agreement for the Acquisition of Information", that stipulated the provision of field investigative services and the existing MUFON case management system database:
FLIR, Gimbal, GoFast
In the post-2017 genre of UFOs and what became known as UAP, a new audience came seeking answers. Their interest was largely fueled by widely expressed extraordinary interpretations of video clips titled FLIR, Gimbal, and GoFast, and whether or not those interpretations were warranted. Access the video clips in the following folder:
Luis Elizondo IG Complaint
Luis Elizondo claimed to have directed a Pentagon UFO program, while the DOD stated otherwise. In 2021, he filed a complaint to the Department of Defense, Office of the Inspector General, asserting he was a victim of whistleblower reprisal, among other allegations ranging from coordinated disinformation to professional misconduct.
It should be noted, as reported by John Greenewald, a February 2022 letter authored by the Director of the Whistleblowers Reprisal Investigations within the DOD explained the evidence reviewed did not support the reprisal complaint. No action affecting Elizondo's eligibility for access to classified information was taken or threatened against him, it was pointed out. Accordingly, the case was being closed, the letter clarified.
View Elizondo's complaint:
From 1997-2000, the British Defence Intelligence Staff conducted a secretive UFO study. The researchers ultimately found no proof UFOs were of extraterrestrial origin or that people who may sincerely perceive and subsequently report extraordinary UFO-related events were necessarily interpreting the circumstances accurately. Read about the study in files located in the folder linked below, representing hundreds of pages of official records pertaining to Project Condign.