Fire office handbook
For those who wonder how seriously the government plans to counter possible alien attacks, the ABC News report in the video below is a real eye opener. An entire chapter of a new firefighter emergency response manual covers what to do in the event of an attack by unidentified flying objects and aliens from another planet.

Taking the possibility of alien attack very seriously, chapter 13 of FEMA's "Fire Officer's Guide To Disaster Control," titled "Enemy Attack And UFO Potential," outlines what first responders may encounter in the event Earth's first contact is of the unfriendly kind.

Discussing radio meltdowns, overwhelming technological advantages, and the current state of planetary defense, this is not being treated as a joke any more.

The ABC News report below consults with firefighters in the field and an investigator with the Mutual UFO Network, an organization which documents the ever-increasing rise in sightings all around the world.

The thinking is, if it does happen, why not be prepared?

Makes perfect sense.

Here's the video: