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Arthur C. Lundahl

Director of National Photographic Interpretation Center

Central Intelligence Agency

HQ Phone:  (703) 674-5085

Email: a***@***.gov

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United States

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ufoalert.com

In February 1967, Giller contacted Arthur C. Lundahl, Director of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), and proposed an informal liaison through which NPIC could provide the Condon Committee with technical advice and services in examining photographs of alleged UFOs.
Lundahl and DDI R. Jack Smith approved the arrangement as a way of "preserving a window" on the new effort. Lundahl emphasized to the group that any NPIC work to assist the committee must not be identified as CIA work.


aarclibrary.org [cached]

This is an understatement, as the NPIC was founded in the CIA by Art Lundahl, who had previously headed the Navy Photo Interpretation Center and was hired by the CIA to develop their National Center, which operated out of the upper floors of a downtown Washington D.C. Ford motor dealership.
Art Lundahl, the founder and head of NPIC, was first recognized for his analysis of UFO films and photographs in the Navy, but made his mark during the Cuban Missile Crisis when his briefing of the President in October 1962 provided conclusive proof of long range soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba and sparked the crisis. Kennedy was so impressed by Lundahl's briefing he sent Lundahl to London to brief the American Ambassador David Bruce and then on to Paris to brief deGaulle and ensure their support in the crisis. After the Cuban Missile Crisis was resolved with the loss of only one U2 pilot, the President and Attorney General visited Lundahl's NPIC offices and labs above the Ford dealership and immediately ordered that they be provided quarters in Building 213 on the grounds of the Anacosta Navy Yard and given the budget and latest technology they needed.


www.ufoalert.com

In February 1967, Giller contacted Arthur C. Lundahl, Director of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), and proposed an informal liaison through which NPIC could provide the Condon Committee with technical advice and services in examining photographs of alleged UFOs.
Lundahl and DDI R. Jack Smith approved the arrangement as a way of "preserving a window" on the new effort. Lundahl emphasized to the group that any NPIC work to assist the committee must not be identified as CIA work.


barrytaff.net [cached]

In February 1967, Giller contacted Arthur C. Lundahl, Director of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), and proposed an informal liaison through which NPIC could provide the Condon Committee with technical advice and services in examining photographs of alleged UFOs.
Lundahl and DDI R. Jack Smith approved the arrangement as a way of "preserving a window" on the new effort. Lundahl emphasized to the group that any NPIC work to assist the committee must not be identified as CIA work. See also the analysis of the photographs in memorandum for Lundahl, "Photo Analysis of UFO Photography," 17 February 1967.


www.eyepod.org [cached]

In February 1967, Giller contacted Arthur C. Lundahl, Director of CIA's National Photographic Interpretation Center
(NPIC), and proposed an informal liaison through which NPIC could provide the Condon Committee with technical advice and services in examining photographs of alleged UFOs. Lundahl and DDI R. Jack Smith approved the arrangement as a way of "preserving a window" on the new effort. Lundahl emphasized to the group that any NPIC work to assist the committee must not be identified as CIA work. the analysis of the photographs in memorandum for Lundahl, "Photo Analysis of UFO Photography," 17 February


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