About The Mutual U.f.o. Network or M.u.f.o.n.
The Mutual U.F.O. Network is the largest, oldest and most respected U.F.O. research organization in the United States. "U.F.O." refers to Unidentified Flying Objects. But, M.U.F.O.N.'s area of research also delves in to other areas such as quantum physics, alternative science, zero-point energy and advanced technologies.
The organization has been around since 1969. M.U.F.O.N. investigates reports of aerial phenomena and related anomalies.
It is broken down into states and regions. Field Investigators must pass a test and are required to use specific protocols when investigating reports of U.F.O.s.
Many members of M.U.F.O.N. are former military personnel. Some of these people had high clearances when they were in the service and were involved with secret projects or had experiences that were not explained.
M.U.F.O.N. has high standards for its leadership. They are all well-respected researchers with high levels of education.
M.U.F.O.N. chapters hold monthly meetings. You will find a local chapter at their web site: www.mufon.org.
Every year, M.U.F.O.N. holds a national symposium featuring a variety of speakers and an exciting vendor area, where you can purchase all kinds of U.F.O.-related items. A lot of authors who have written books on the U.F.O. phenomenon turn out for these events.
In recent years, the annual M.U.F.O.N. Symposium has been held in Denver, Colorado. This is probably the biggest U.F.O. convention in the U.S. and you're sure to see some famous faces if you are fond of radio programs like Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell and George Noory.
Again, you will find details about the Symposium and membership in M.U.F.O.N. when you visit the web site: www.mufon.org.