IMPORTANT ACTORS


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Mary Lou Armstrong: Condon's administrative assistant who resigned in protest.
Ted Bloecher: A NICAP staffer who aided McDonald.
John Fuller: Author of several UFO books and the Look article on the "Low memo."
Russ Greenbaum: The public information officer at the Office of Naval Research.
Richard Hall: Assistant director of NICAP from 1960-69.
James Hughes: McDonald's ONR project monitor.
Allen Hynek: Scientific consultant to Project Blue Book for twenty years and chairman of the Department of Astronomy at Northwestern University.
Richard Kassander: Chairman of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the University of Arizona.
Donald Keyhoe: Author of four UFO books and director of NICAP from 1956 until 1969.
Philip Klass: Avionics editor for Aviation Week and Space Technology Magazine and author of a book on UFOs.
Gerard Kuiper: Director of the Lunar Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
Norman Levine: A professor of Electrical Engineering fired from the Condon Project.
Jim and Coral Lorenzen: Founders of the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization.
Robert Low: Project administrator for the Condon Study at the University of Colorado.
Tom Malone: Chairman of the Committee on the Atmospheric Sciences of the National Academy of Science.
Donald Menzel: Former director of the Harvard Observatory and author of two books on UFOs.
Phyllis O'Callaghan: Administrative assistant to Representative Edward J. Roush of Indiana.

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Thornton Page: A professor of astronomy at Wesleyan University and co-organizer of the 1969 AAAS UFO symposium.
William Price: In charge of the contract for the Condon Study at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Major Hector Quintanilla: The Air Force Officer in charge of Project Blue Book.
Thomas Ratchford: With William Price in charge of the contract for the Condon Study for the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Walter Orr Roberts: Director of the National Council for Atmospheric Research and president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Edward J. Roush: The member of the House Committee on Science and Astronautics responsible for the 1968 UFO hearings.
Carl Sagan: Professor of astronomy at Harvard and co-organizer of the 1969 AAAS UFO symposium.
David Saunders: A professor of psychology at the University of Colorado who was fired from the Condon Project.
Philip Seitz: President of the National Academy of Sciences.

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