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1976 Tehran UFO incident: Quiz


Question 1: Kissinger claimed the ________ report had shown that all UFOs could be attributed to natural causes and no further study was warranted.
UfologyUnidentified flying objectExtraterrestrial hypothesisCondon Committee

Question 2: The 1976 Tehran UFO Incident was a radar and visual sighting of an unidentified flying object (UFO) over Tehran, the capital of ________, during the early morning hours of September 19, 1976.
AzerbaijanIraqIran–Iraq WarIran

Question 3: ________, The UFO Book: Encyclopedia of the Extraterrestrial, 1998, Visible Ink Press, ISBN 1-57859-029-9
Jerome ClarkUnidentified flying objectUfologyAlien abduction

Question 4: The main object then flew away at several times the ________, according to a voice tape from one of the pilots.
Speed of soundSpecific heat capacityHeliumAcoustic impedance

Question 5: Lieutenant Jafari thinking he was under attack, tried to launch an ________ missile, but he suddenly lost all instrumentation, including weapons control, and all communication.
AIM-9 SidewinderAIM-120 AMRAAMAGM-12 BullpupAIM-7 Sparrow

Question 6: Some of the callers reported seeing a ________-like object, while others reported a helicopter with a bright light.
EnantiornithesModern birdsBirdArchaeopteryx

Question 7: As in the 1976 case, the distribution list included the Secretary of State, the NSA, and the ________.
Cold WarCentral Intelligence AgencyNational Security AgencyDefense Intelligence Agency

Question 8: A local pilot said that he and his copilot had photographed a "glittering" object while flying between ________ and Tehran.
AhvazAbadan, IranSusaDezful

Question 9: The article added, "Officials from the control tower at Mehrabad Airport and a ________ aircrew also reported unusual readings on their instruments."
Air FranceLufthansaAir BerlinLufthansa CityLine

Question 10: Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report with a distribution list that included the White House, Secretary of State, Joint Chiefs of Staff, National Security Agency (NSA), and ________ (CIA).
Cold WarCentral Intelligence AgencyVietnam WarIraq War


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