"It is common knowledge by those experienced in aerospace science and rocket development that no spacecraft or nose cone in 1965 had the capability of a 25-degree adjustmentin flight direction during earth re-entry."
- Clark McClelland, Apollo engineer
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To be more computer-friendly, the reprint has been divided into parts. Here begins Part 7 of Status Report II, written in January 1980. The series of status reports, I through VII, were written by Leonard H. Stringfield from 1978 to 1994. Previous Status Report III begins at Earthfiles. Leonard Stringfield died on December 18, 1994. For all the previous status reports, see Earthfiles Archives.
Leonard H. Stringfield: "PART II: NEW SUPPORT DATA I, or any of my research contemporaries, might never live to see the day when all the facts are bared to either verify or completely quash the story of UFO crashes, retrievals, and of the little nondescript bipeds that are kept under official wraps in cryogenic catacombs. The whole truth is beyond my meager range of inquiry. The data I present here are hardly sufficient to change the hard crust of our scientific community. And, if everything I know is true, then perhaps it is also true that other information unknown to me would 'blow the mind,' as the former C.I.aA. employee once commented on tape. If, then, the real facts are so unsettling, is it socially wise to hide the truth until the day may come when disaster strikes or a docile segment of our humanity is converted to fear or worship a fetish that does not even exist? In the meantime, until the official facts can be bared of what I have revealed can be believed, then UFOlogy must continue to live with the UFO Crash/Retrieval Syndrome until its frustrations can be relieved by seeing a humanoid like King Tut on exhibition. But my story is not yet finished. It is not all dominated by anonymous firsthand informants whose reports of a UFO crash/retrieval might be diagnosed as syndrome of a sick mind. There are others of a growing legion of credible people who have provided valuable data. Consider the following:
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