Part 3:  U. S. Government Knowledge of “Interplanetary” Craft, 1942 – 2011

“Missile Maintenance examined the missile and warhead
and found the nuclear components missing from the warhead.”

- Ellsworth AFB Complaint Report, November 16, 1977,


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September 15, 2011  Albuquerque, New Mexico - On April 9, 1983, I was at Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque for a meeting with Air Force Office of Special Investigations Agent Richard C. Doty. The meeting had been arranged by New York attorney Peter Gersten. He had filed a January 23, 1980, FOIA Civil Action No. 80-1562 on behalf of his plaintiff, Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS), against the National Security Agency (NSA) defendant for whatever documents the agency had concerning unidentified flying objects. By October 1980 in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Peter Gersten and the NSA's Office of Policy Chief, Eugene F. Yeates, met in an in camera session. NSA had to admit the agency did have at least 239 classified documents related to the CAUS FOIA suit. NSA claimed the release of those documents would compromise American national security and the CAUS lawsuit was dismissed.

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