Dear Ministry of Defence,
As it is now the year 2021, the British public are now more ready than ever to know the truth about the world we live in, no matter how much that truth may upset religious institutions.
My first request for information relates to the ordered attendance of British Military helicopters/personnel by Senior Commanders of the RAF/Army to the location/s of the very famous Crop Circles/Formations that have appeared worldwide for many, many years in fields of wheat, barley etc to the amazement of the free-thinking public.
How many times have British Military hardware/personnel (by hardware i am referring to helicopters or passenger vehicles) been deployed to the location of Crop Circles/Formations either by direct order or some other means?
I require information relating to the above from when records began.
Dear Mr Hall,
Please find attached the response to your recent Freedom of Information
Ops & Training Desk
Dear Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER),
First of all, thanks for your reply.
Very decent of you to have not outright denied the presence of Military helicopters at certain locations of crop formations
If the cost of obtaining a numerical answer to my original question is going to cost above the £600 limit for FOI request, there must be quite a volume of information available.
Regardless, would it be possible to be more specific with my request for information by asking:
Did the Royal Air Force send any type of helicopter or passenger vehicle to the area known as Milk Hill to observe or be there for some other reason, the 'Trinity' Crop Formation in Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, that was discovered in 2011?
You can find out on the internet what that looked like as well as YouTube.
Did the Royal Air Force send any helicopters or passenger vehicles to the area known as 'East Field', Alton Barnes, Wiltshire to observe or for any other reason, the Crop Formation known as the 'CBS Logo' that was discovered on or around July 19/20 1994 at that location as the crop formation highly resembled the logo of the media corporation, CBS?
An image of which can be found here: https://temporarytemples.co.uk/wp-conten...
Hopefully, you are able to provide an answer to both these questions without too much cost involved.
If this part of this information request is still deemed unavailable due to any other reason, i must have missed something in the explanation you provided. I am fairly new to the Whatdotheyknow site, but have been a member for years.
Thanks for the information in your first respone, most interesting.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Dear Ministry of Defence,
Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.
I am writing to request an internal review of Ministry of Defence's handling of my FOI request 'Ordered attendance of British Military Helicopters to the location of Crop Formations/Circles'.
"The M.O.D. are breaking the F.O.I. law requiring a prompt response.
I have video evidence and a testimony that your helicopters are present, none more so than at the CBS Logo Crop Formation of 1994.
Why are you failing to provide the truth? We are in an age of FREEDOM OF INFORMATION.
Please respond to this internal review as quickly as possible, as i have made it very simple for you to provide the correct and honest answer. www.facebook.com/darylhall83
Crabwood E.T. Crop Formation holding a CD.
A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/o...
Dear Mr Hall,
Thank you for your enquiry. We are sorry to learn of the delay that you
have experienced in the response to your information request under the Act
and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The area of the Department that is prepraring the response advise that
they are aiming to reply to you by the end of the week. The Information
Rights Team would not normally conduct an internal review until the
substantive response to a request has been issued. If, on receipt of your
response, you remain disastified please do not hesitate to contact us
again or if your experiece any further delay.
If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your complaint you have an
absolute right at any time to contact the Information Commissioner under
the provisions of Section 50 of the Act. Further details of the role and
powers of the Commissioner can be found on her website at:
www.ico.org.uk. The address is: Information Commissioner’s Office,
Wycliffe House, Water Lane, WILMSLOW, Cheshire, SK9 5AF.
MOD Information Rights Compliance Team
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