Part 19 – Peculiar Phenomenon: Early United States Efforts to Collect and Analyze Flying Discs

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"(Gen. Nathan Twining) said flatly that the flying saucers are not the result of experiments by the armed forces. Neither the AAF nor any other component of the armed forces had any plane, guided missile or other aerial device which could be mistaken for a saucer or formation of flying discs."

- July 8, 1947, Las Cruces Sun-News

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"Secret War?"
Corona, San Antonio, Carrizozo and San Agustin Plain

The U. S. V-2 rocket program at WSPG appeared to be in trouble. On May 15, 1947, a V-2 almost landed in the center of Alamogordo, New Mexico. The U. S. Army's next V-2 launch on May 29, narrowly missed downtown Juarez, Mexico.


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