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Unacknowledged Aviation – Early Stealth Concepts Revealed

This article highlights three previously unknown military aircraft programs that originated in the early 1970s. Two of these programs utilized elements of stealth technology, which have been incorporated into modern low-observable aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. The third program brings to light a single-seat high-performance attack aircraft that used swing wings and angled sides to reduce its radar cross section (RCS).

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PROJECT BLUE BOOK: A Retrospective

In 1969, the U.S. Air Force closed down their “Project Blue Book” investigation of “Unidentified Flying Objects” by claiming their evaluations of more than 12,000 sightings had not yielded a single instance where a UFO had ever posed a threat to national security, nor demonstrated technology “beyond the range of present day scientific knowledge”, nor been categorized as extraterrestrial.

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Exclusive full interview of former Arizona governor discussing his Phoenix Lights UFO sighting (Video)

In 2006, former Arizona governor Fife Symington admitted to being a witness to Arizona’s most famous UFO sighting, and that he believed it to be of extraterrestrial origins. His statements made worldwide news. In association with the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Phoenix Lights UFO event, James Fox, the documentarian that first obtained Symington’s confession shared never before seen footage from the interview during his presentation at the 2016 International UFO Congress. Now, with Fox's permission, we present the interview here for our readers.

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OpenMinds.tv in WikiLeaks as reference for Bill Clinton’s UFO interests and remarks

One of the big stories during the election was the release of leaked emails by WikiLeaks of the alleged emails of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta. Among these emails were the behind the scenes organizing of Hillary's appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! On her latest appearance on the program, she discussed UFOs, and apparently, her staffers used an OpenMinds.tv article as background regarding Bill Clinton's prior UFO comments.

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USAF police officer’s UFO claims refuted by deputy base commander

A newspaper clipping in the MOD files of the story that broke the Rendlesham forest UFO sighting.

The claims of a security police officer, who says he witnessed a famous UFO sighting while in the U.S. Air Force (USAF) in 1980, are being called into question by Charles Halt, the deputy base commander at the time. Halt wrote an official memo that made it into the public outlining the events of two UFO sightings in late December, 1980. The second sighting Halt witnessed himself. However, he says he has spoken to the supervisor of the USAF police officer, and this new witness was not in the places he claims to have been on the nights of the UFO events.

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The Truth about UFOs and Military Secrecy – Open Minds Magazine

Regardless of whether one believes the UFO phenomenon is real or not, what is clear from the Air Force's own records is that they have taken at least a hand full of UFO reports seriously since 1969, despite claims to the contrary, and they do not seem to feel obligated to share this information with the public. We at Open Minds feel differently.

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Hillary campaign manager held UFO meeting with USAF generals, rock star and top secret aircraft developer

The recent WikiLeaks of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta's, emails have upset and embarrassed her campaign. It has also brought media focus on Podesta's interest in UFOs, and one of the most intriguing string of emails reveals a Google Hangout meeting that took place between rocker Tom DeLonge, a couple of USAF generals, and an executive of Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works division. Skunk Works is the group that worked with the CIA to build Area 51, and still develops advance, top-secret, air craft there to this day.

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Hillary’s campaign manager’s leaked UFO emails

More hacked emails from the democratic party were releases by WikiLeaks in the last few days, in particular, the emails of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta. Podesta is a name that is often attached to the UFO issue, because he has made it no secret that he has a an interest in the topic. So it should come as no surprise that among the thousands of leaked emails, a few reference UFOs and extraterrestrials.

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The Beginning: UFO Encounters over Washington D.C.

UFO sightings over Washington, DC in July 1952 made worldwide headlines and left the U.S. Air Force dazed and confused. The events spanned several days and included multiple radar identifications of unknown aircraft, some of which were correlated by witnesses on the ground. Many of the sightings caused the air force to scramble jet fighters, and in each of these cases, the UFOs outmaneuvered the jets. This all culminated into what may be the most important official U.S. Air Force UFO investigation of all time.

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The US military’s high-priority UFO reporting system

The U.S. Air Force's (USAF) official investigation into UFOs ended in 1969, and since then, the military has claimed they have no interest in the topic, nor do they investigate UFOs. However, through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), investigators have uncovered several documents that would indicate UFOs have been of interest, and that the most important files were most likely never made public.

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