Tag: defense

5
Mar

Vandenburg Air Force Base

Located on the central coast of California, Vandenburg occupies a large area around Point Conception — the point where the California coast turns North which is roughly considered the geographic and climatological division between Northern and Southern California. Location of many missile tests, commercial rocket launches, and some space shuttle launches. While trying to convince […]

5
Mar

Roscoe H Hillenkoetter

Admiral. Head of the CIA – 1947-195 Sat on the Board of Directors of NICAP. Member of MJ-12 Once declared that it is imperative that we learn what UFOs are and where they come from (Messengers, 202) References http://www.nndb.com/people/266/000029179/

4
Mar

Area 51

a first-person shooter arcade game in which the S.T.A.R. commando team goes in to a secret military base which has been overrun by evil homicidal aliens

4
Mar

Detlev Bronk

Sixth president of John’s Hopkins University. Exobiology expert of Majestic 12. According to the MJ-12 documents, Dr. Bronk coined the term Extraterrestrial Biological Entity, or EBE.

4
Mar

Paul Bennewitz

According to Jacques Vallee, Paul Bennewitz was “a respected physicist who managed a small electronics company close to Kirtland Air Force Base. Hypnotized by Dr. Leo Sprinkle, Bennewitz began relating increasingly extreme experiences of abductees and aliens. His “memories” included seeing body parts floating in vats of amniotic fluid in secret laboratories beneath , Dulce, […]

4
Mar

William H Blanchard

General William Hugh Blanchard (February 6, 1916 – May 31, 1966) United States Air Force officer who attained the rank of four-star general. Served as Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force from 1965 to 1966. As a Colonel, Blanchard was base commander of Roswell Army Air Field in July, 1947. On […]

4
Mar

Mothman

Unexplained phenomena circa 1966-1967 in West Virginia and Ohio The Mothman Prophecies (1976) by John Keel movie (2002) starring Richard Gere Involves the , a national security complex dating from WWII Deaths include an innocent German Shepard (Bandit) and, according to some, the 46 deaths in the collapse of the Silver Bridge on Dec 5 […]

4
Mar

Janet Morris

Science fiction author, lifelong horsewoman, Research Director of the US Global Strategy Council (USGSC). With John Alexander, co-author of The Warrior’s Edge (1990). References wiki: Janet Morris M2 Technologies: Janet Morris

4
Mar

Donald Menzel

Donald Howard Menzel (April 11, 1901 — December 14, 1976) Astronomer. President of the American Astronomical Society (1954-56) Renowned, though incompetent, UFO debunker. In his three anti-UFO books, he argued that all unidentified objects were simply misidentified natural phenomena. A consultant for the National Security Agency Listed as a member in the disinformation performance art […]

3
Mar

John Allen Lear

Son of William P. Lear, holder of seventeen world speed records. He claims to have been a pilot for secret government agencies, especially the CIA. Lear is a strong advocate of the theory that live aliens are living in secret underground bases beneath Nellis Air Force Baseand Dulce, New Mexico. He was influential upon Linda […]

23
Feb

Martians

A World War II code name for a British disinformation group, in particular the London Controlling Section also: things that come from Mars. Often expanded to refer to anything that comes from anywhere not-Earth.