"Former military sources, with information about witnessing a special movie showing deceased alien bodies, surfaced in the late 1970s. ... A close friend of astronaut Ellison Onizuka revealed his (astronaut's) interest in UFOs ... after one of his visits to Wright-Patterson AFB. Onizuka admitted he kept an open mind on the subject and added that his curiosity was aroused when he and a select group of U. S. Air Force pilots at McClelland AFB in 1973 were shown a black-and-white movie film featuring 'alien bodies on a slab.'"
- UFO Researcher, Chris Coffey
To be more computer-friendly, the reprint has been divided into parts. Here begins Part 1 of Status Report V. The series of status reports, I through VII, were written by Leonard H. Stringfield from 1978 to 1994. Status Report VI begins at Earthfiles 022404. Leonard Stringfield died on December 18, 1994.
"At this writing, many issues of controversy hang over UFO research. Some have caused bitter differences between team members; some can backfire and smear the image of objective research itself. In the middle zone, trying to avoid the 'people' problems, I feel the urgent need to continue my probes into one basic issue - UFO crash/retrievals.
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