International Flying Saucer Bureau (IFSB)

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International Flying Saucer Bureau
Abbreviation IFSB
Formation 1952
Dissolution 1 January 1954
Purpose/focus Ufology
Headquarters Bridgeport, CT.
President Albert K. Bender
Vice-President Max Krengel
Chief Investigator Gray Barker
Main organ Space Review

The International Flying Saucer Bureau was a short-lived American organisation, founded by Albert K. Bender at Bridgeport, Connecticut, dedicated to the study and publication of reports on flying saucers. The group had assembled a small contingent of saucerians to the ranks before being dissolved by Bender & co. in late 1953.

Officers and Council of the IFSB

During the later stages of its brief operation, the group's newsletter, Space Review, published the following list of the group's officers and associates:

Executives

Dept. of Investigation

International Council

  • Robert N. Webster, Editor, Fate Magazine
  • Wilson "Bob" Tucker, Author-Editor
  • N. Meade Layne, M.A., Borderland Sciences Research Associates
  • H. H. Fulton, President, CSI of New Zealand
  • R. J. Lavaris, Secretary, CSI of New Zealand
  • Lonzo Dove, Astronomy and Physics
  • Max B. Miller, President, Flying Saucer International
  • Orville W. Mosher III, Project Fan Club
  • Victor C. Johnston, Subsurface Research Center
  • Elliott Rockmore, Editor-Publisher
  • George D. Fawcett, Lecturer - Sauceriana Collection
  • Stanley E. Crouch, Editor - Science and Culture Magazine
  • Robert A. Arthur, Editor, Author, Creator of Mysterious Traveler
  • Franklin M. Dietz, Jr., Editor-Publisher
  • Calvin Thomas Beck, Writer
  • Louis H. Frahm
  • Jack W. Moore