About NARCAP Research

NARCAP Science Chief ret., Dr. Richard F. Haines, Flight Simulator Research, Ames Research Center, 1974…...  Photo from the private archive of Ted Roe

NARCAP Science Chief ret., Dr. Richard F. Haines, Flight Simulator Research, Ames Research Center, 1974…... Photo from the private archive of Ted Roe

 
 

NARCAP serves four primary missions:

1)NARCAP provides a reporting center for US pilots and aviation professionals to report observations and aviation safety related incidents involving unidentified aerial  phenomena, UAP,

2) NARCAP conducts investigations and research into aviation reports that may involve UAP.

3) NARCAP works with the other scientific UAP research organizations in the world to develop better research strategies and normalize data collection across regions.

4.) NARCAP advocates for education, training and research to inform the aviation community and the flying public about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and aviation safety.

As you review these studies and reports please remember that NARCAP research studies have been funded primarily by the researchers themselves since NARCAP was founded in 1999.

Late in 2014 NARCAP became a Federally accredited charitable nonprofit corporation, 501c3. This decision was based on the
growth of the organization and the need for outside funding to address the evolving UAP research environment.

Please donate to NARCAP.org. Your tax-deductible contribution will provide critical support to conduct research, drive advocacy, participate in UAP research at an international level, and to engage in a rational and productive study of unidentified aerial phenomena or UAP, for the public benefit. NARCAP is an all volunteer organization, there are no salaried or paid staff positions, all donated funds go directly to supporting the organization and its initiatives.