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Jack Acuff

Director

National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena

HQ Phone:  (812) 838-3120

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National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena

618 Davis Drive

Mount Vernon, Indiana,47620

United States

Company Description

The National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) was formed in 1956, flourished through about 1970, and declined gradually thereafter. There were three distinct eras of NICAP, the differences between which are important for historical understa...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Plans and Programs

Data Medics LLC Providence


Executive Director

Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers


Web References(42 Total References)


10. Consensus lists : National Enquirer Panel - IsaacKoi

www.isaackoi.com [cached]

's director (Jim Lorenzen) and NICAP's President (John Acuff) at the Enquirer's offices in Lantana, Florida to review UFO reports for possible submission to the Enquirer's UFO panel.
(particularly between Donald Keyhoe and Coral Lorenzen), the NICAP article states that "Of equal importance is the resolve by both Mr. Lorenzen and Mr. Acuff to continue to seek means for mutual cooperation between NICAP and APRO". ) and Jack Acuff (president of NICAP) and that the "best ones" would be forwarded to the five members of the Panel (see Footnote 10.28). On 8 March 1975 , the members of the screening committee (including NICAP's President, John Acuff) submitted five cases for the Panel to review (see Footnote 10.31). and by Jack Acuff of NICAP.) At that meeting, the five members of the panel "agreed unanimously that none of the cases merited the full reward". The article once again summarised the procedure in relation to the Panel's deliberations, indicating that all evidence sent in would be screened by the editors and the "more promising entries" would be sent to Jim Lorenzen (international director of APRO), Jack Acuff (president of NICAP) and John Schuessler (deputy director of MUFON).


People

www.bibliotecapleyades.net [cached]

What I did was tell Jack Acuff, Director of NICAP at the time, that I would like to speak to experts in the field of radar.


15. Qualitative criteria: Introduction - IsaacKoi

www.isaackoi.com [cached]

According to a NICAP article about that meeting on 9th February 1974 [see Footnote 15.02], "quick agreement" was reached between APRO's director (Jim Lorenzen) and NICAP's President (John Acuff), as listed below:


NICAP_bios

www.nicap.org [cached]

John (Jack) L. Acuff
In May 1970, John L. Acuff was elected President of NICAP. Prior to that he had been Executive Director of the Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers, and Vice President for Plans and Programs of Data-Medics Corporation. Acuff had found a niche in managing several small associations simultaneously, skimming his salary or managerial fee off the top.


10. Consensus lists : National Enquirer Panel - IsaacKoi

www.isaackoi.com [cached]

's director (Jim Lorenzen) and NICAP's President (John Acuff) at the Enquirer's offices in Lantana, Florida to review UFO reports for possible submission to the Enquirer's UFO panel.
(particularly between Donald Keyhoe and Coral Lorenzen), the NICAP article states that "Of equal importance is the resolve by both Mr. Lorenzen and Mr. Acuff to continue to seek means for mutual cooperation between NICAP and APRO". ) and Jack Acuff (president of NICAP) and that the "best ones" would be forwarded to the five members of the Panel (see Footnote 10.28). On 8 March 1975 , the members of the screening committee (including NICAP's President, John Acuff) submitted five cases for the Panel to review (see Footnote 10.31). and by Jack Acuff of NICAP.) At that meeting, the five members of the panel "agreed unanimously that none of the cases merited the full reward". The article once again summarised the procedure in relation to the Panel's deliberations, indicating that all evidence sent in would be screened by the editors and the "more promising entries" would be sent to Jim Lorenzen (international director of APRO), Jack Acuff (president of NICAP) and John Schuessler (deputy director of MUFON).


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