Government Proof of ET Presence

Capt. Edgar Mitchell, PhD, USN retired
On January 31, 1971, Navy Captain Dr. Edgar
Mitchell embarked on a journey into outer space that
resulted in becoming the sixth man to walk on the
moon. The Apollo 14 mission was NASA’s third
manned lunar landing. This historic journey ended
safely nine days later on February 9, 1971. It was an
audacious time in the history of mankind. For
Mitchell, however, the most extraordinary journey
was yet to come.
As he hurtled earthward through the abyss between
the two worlds, Mitchell became engulfed by a
profound sensation “a sense of universal
connectedness.” He intuitively sensed that his
presence, that of his fellow astronauts, and that of
the planet in the window were all part of a
deliberate, universal process and that the glittering cosmos itself was in some way conscious. The
experience was so overwhelming Mitchell knew his life would never be the same.
Scientist, test pilot, naval officer, astronaut, entrepreneur, author and lecturer, Dr. Mitchell’s extraordinary
career personifies humankind’s eternal thrust to widen its horizons as well as its inner soul.
His academic background includes a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Carnegie
Mellon University, a Bachelor of Science from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and a Doctor of
Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT. In addition he has received honorary doctorates in
engineering from New Mexico State University, the University of Akron, Carnegie Mellon University and a
ScD from Embry-Riddle University.
Dr. Mitchell has received many awards and honors including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the
USN Distinguished Medal and three NASA Group Achievement Awards. He was inducted to the Space
Hall of Fame in 1979 and the Astronaut Hall of Fame in 1998. He was a nominee for the Nobel Peace
Prize in 2005.
After retiring from the Navy in 1972, Dr. Mitchell founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences to sponsor
research into the nature of consciousness as it relates to cosmology and causality. In 1984, he was a
co-founder of the Association of Space Explorers, an international organization of those who have
experienced space travel.
He is the author of “Psychic Exploration,” 1974, “The Way of the Explorer,” 1996, (Third edition, 2006)
as well as dozens of articles in both professional and popular periodicals. He has devoted the last 38
years to studying human consciousness and psychic and paranormal phenomena in the search for a
common ground between science and spirit.

Richard Dolan
Richard Dolan is considered by many
students of the UFO phenomenon to be
the pre-eminent historian of the subject.
He is the author of two volumes of
history, UFOs and the National Security
State, as well as an analysis of the
future, A.D. After Disclosure: The
People’s Guide to Life After Contact.
Richard’s writing is widely seen as
ufology’s gold standard. His seminal
history, UFOs and the National Security
State, has inspired such statements as
“the best history ever written about
UFOs” by best-selling author Whitley Strieber, and “masterful and important” by Dr. Edgar Mitchell of
Apollo 14.
A.D. After Disclosure, which Richard co-authored with Bryce Zabel (creator of the television series Dark
Skies), has been widely hailed as among the most original works in all of UFO literature, a fearless and
analytical “what if” scenario that discusses the deep impact that would be brought about by the end of
UFO secrecy.
Among Richard’s main themes are the destruction of our political liberties as a result of the UFO coverup,
the possible nature of the non-humans themselves, and what their presence here means for our
civilization. This has led him to take a fresh approach to the topic of “Exopolitics” and to develop unique
insights into the practical challenges and opportunities for a true disclosure of the UFO phenomenon.
Richard has also written numerous articles, spoken at conferences around the world, is a frequent guest
on radio shows such as Coast-to-Coast AM, and has done a great deal of television work. In 2006 he
hosted a six-episode series called SciFi Investigate. More recently, he appeared with NBC’s Lester Holt
for a special two-hour documentary, “Inside Secret Government Warehouses: Shocking Revelations.”
Richard was born in Brooklyn, New York, studied at Alfred University and Oxford University, was a
finalist for a Rhodes scholarship, and completed his graduate work in history at the University of
Rochester. Prior to his interest in UFOs, he studied U.S. Cold War strategy, Soviet history and culture,
and international diplomacy.
Websites: http://keyholepublishing.com
http://afterdisclosure.com

Grant Cameron
Grant Cameron involved in extraterrestrial-related
phenomena research in May 1975 with a personal
sighting near Carman, Manitoba about 25 miles
north of the Canada-US border. Over the next 18
months hundreds of sightings were reported, and
Grant spent months photographing a series of
strange objects and interviewing hundreds of
witnesses who were involved. Thus began a 28 years commitment to the subject
After composing a manuscript about the 1975-76 sightings, he moved on to research the work of
the legendary Wilbert B. Smith. Smith headed up the Canadian government’s flying saucer
investigation known as Project Magnet, which ran from 1950 to 1954. Over two decades Cameron
was able to collect most of Smith’s files and written materials. He interviewed most of the associates
around Smith who worked on the flying saucer investigation. He produced a CD-Rom data disk with
most of the documents from the Smith files along with 12 hours of audio related to Smith’s work. During
the Smith research Grant learned of the former Penn State University president Dr. Eric Walker, who was
identified by Dr. Robert Sarbacher as a key person inside the Cover-up. Cameron teamed up with T.
Scott Crain to research and write UFOs, MJ-12, and the Government published by MUFON.
Cameron then turned his research interests to the relationship of U.S. Presidents to the extraterrestrial
issue. He made 13 trips to the U.S. National Archives and most of the Presidential archives looking for
relevant documents. A major contribution of his work was a FOIA submission to the White House Office
of Science and Technology which yielded nearly 1,000 pages of disclosure documents from the Clinton
administration.
He has lectured in Canada and the U. S. on the 1975-76 Manitoba sightings, Wilbert Smith and the
president/UFO connection. He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Published Book
UFOs, MJ-12, and the Government: A report on government involvement in UFO crash retrievals
(MUFON)
Principal Website: www.presidentialufo.com

Maj. George Filer, USAF retired
George Filer is a retire Air Force intelligence
officer. While serving in the Air Force, Filer was
onboard an aircraft tanker over the UK when he
and his crew were asked to check out a UFO on
radar. When they got close to the large object it
flew off at extraordinary speed. Later, while
serving at Ft. Dix he was asked to brief Generals
on an incident involving the shooting of an alien
that had landed it’s craft on their runway. He is
now a MUFON regional director an produces a
weekly UFO newsletter called Filer’s Files for
over twenty years.

Paul Stonehill
Paul Stonehill is a Soviet-born researcher of anomalous
phenomena, and an independent consultant. He has
lived in the United States since 1973. He is an author,
television consultant, lecturer, and researcher of
Russian, East European, Central Asian and Far Eastern
paranormal phenomena. His book, The Soviet UFO
Files, was published in 1998, in English, Czech, and
Dutch. His articles have been translated and published
in many languages, from Ukrainian to Hungarian to
Japanese. He is fluent in English, Russian and
Ukrainian. He has excellent sources in the former Soviet
Union, and has gathered long-lost or forbidden
paranormal materials and files (the Armed Forces,
secret police, underground publications, etc.). Philip
Mantle (UK) and Paul have published a book, UFO-USSR. Paul has consulted and appeared in various
documentaries on the History, TLC, Discovery, TNT channels as well as European and Japanese TV
programs. He has done numerous radio interviews, mainly in the United States.
Areas of research have included: Soviet and Russian military research of paranormal phenomena KGB
and paranormal phenomena Underwater unidentified phenomena (USO); Secrets of Soviet space
program; Soviet mind control programs, ESP, and famous psychics; UFO phenomenon in Russia,
Ukraine, the Baltics, and China.

Honorable Paul Hellyer
Paull Hellyer holds one of the longest and most varied
political career in Canada’s history. He was first elected as
a Liberal in 1949 federal election in the district of
Davenport, he was the youngest person ever elected to
that point in the Canadian House of Commons. He served
a brief stint as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of
National Defence, and made a good impression. He was
then named Associate Minister of National Defence in the
cabinet of Prime Minister Louis Saint-Laurent. He lost his
seat when the Saint-Laurent government lost the 1957
election a few months later. Hellyer returned to parliament in a 1958 by-election in the neighboring district of Trinity, and became an effective opposition critic of the John Diefenbaker’s Progressive Conservative government.
Hellyer became Minister of National Defence in 1963 in the cabinet of Lester B. Pearson. As Minister of
Defence, he oversaw the controversial integration and unification of the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian
Army, the and the Royal Canadian Air Force into a single organization, the Canadian Forces.
Hellyer contested the 1968 Liberal leadership convention, placing second on the first ballot, but slipping
to third on the second and third ballots, and withdrawing to support Robert Winters on the fourth ballot, in
which Pierre Trudeau won the leadership. He then served as Trudeau’s Transport Minister, and was
Senior Minister in the Cabinet, a position similar to the current position of Deputy Prime Minister.
Hellyer resigned from cabinet and the Liberal caucus in 1969 over a dispute with Trudeau. He sat as an
independent for several years. After his 1971 attempt to form a new political party, Action Canada, failed,
Progressive Conservative leader Robert Stanfield invited him to join the PC caucus. He returned to
prominence as an opposition critic and was re-elected in the 1972 election as a Progressive Conservative.
He lost his seat, however, in the 1974 election. He contested in the PC leadership convention of 1976,
rejoined the Liberal Party in 1982, and contested a Toronto district Liberal nomination in 1988.
In 1997 Hellyer formed the Canadian Action Party (CAP) to provide voters with an economic nationalist
option following the collapse of the National Party of Canada. He was concerned both the Progressive
Conservative and Liberal parties were embracing globalization, and that the New Democratic Party was
no longer able to provide a credible alternative. While CAP also embraced Hellyer’s proposals for
monetary reform, Hellyer lost Canadian House of Commons bid in 1997 and 2000.
Following the 2000 election resurgence for the New Democratic Party, Hellyer approached NDP leadership
to discuss the possibility of merging the two parties. In early 2004, after several extensions of the merger
deadline, the NDP rejected Hellyer’s merger proposal which would have required the NDP to change its
name. Hellyer resigned as CAP leader, but remains a member of the party.
Hellyer has published numerous books, his last being Light at the End of the Tunnel (2010).

Bruce Maccabee, PhD
Dr. Maccabee studied physics at Worcester Polytechnic
Institute in Worcester, Mass (BS) and then at The American
University, Washington, DC (MS, PhD, physics). In 1972 he
commenced his long career at the Naval Surface Warfare
Center, presently headquartered at Dahlgren, Virginia. He has
worked on optical data processing, generation of underwater
sound with lasers, various aspects of the Strategic Defense
Initiative (SDI) and Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) using high
power lasers and is presently involved in a program related to
Homeland Security. He has been active in UFO research since
late 1960s when he joined the National Investigations
Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and was active in
research and investigation for NICAP until its demise in 1980. He became a member of MUFON in 1975
and was subsequently appointed to the position of state Director for Maryland. In 1979 he was
instrumental in establishing the Fund for UFO Research and was the chairman for 13 years.
His UFO research and investigations (which are completely unrelated to his Navy work) have included
the Kenneth Arnold sighting (Jun 24, 1947), the McMinnville, Oregon (Trent) photos of 1950, the Gemini
11 astronaut photos of September, 1966, the New Zealand sightings of December, 1978, the Japan
Airlines (JAL1628) sighting of November 1986, the numerous sightings that occurred in the area around
Gulf Breeze Florida between 1987 and 1997 (a period of time that includes his own sighting in Gulf
Breeze in September, 1991), the Mexico City video of August, 1997, the Phoenix lights sightings of
March 13, 1997 (the videos obtained at about 10 pm) and many others. He has also done historical
research and was the first to obtain the flying disc file of the FBI (the REAL X-Files!).
Dr. Maccabee is the author or coauthor of about three dozen technical articles and more than a hundred
UFO articles over the last 30 years, including many which appeared in the MUFON Journal and MUFON
Symposium proceedings. He wrote the last chapter of The Gulf Breeze Sightings by Edward and
Frances Walters (Morrow, 1990). He wrote the UFO history chapter of the book UFOs: Zeugen und
Zeichen, published in Germany in 1995. He is co-author with Edward Walters of UFOs Are Real, Here’s
The Proof, (Avon Books, 1997), he is the author of The UFO/FBI Connection (Llewellyn Books, May,
2000) and the author of the novel, Abduction in My Life (Granite Publishing, 2001). He is listed in Who’s
Who in Technology Today and American Men and Women of Science.
The January/February 2005 issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of the British Interplanetary Society
(JBIS) published an article titled Inflation-Theory Implications for Extraterrestrial Visitation. Dr. Deardorff
was the lead author along with Dr. Bernard Haisch, Dr. Bruce Maccabee and Dr. Hal Puthoff. The paper
reassessed the ETH in light of the new physics and included references to the posture and actions of the
U.S. Air Force.
Dr. Maccabee is one of the most interviewed researchers in the entire field including print, radio and TV
media since 1978. His published books include: UFO/FBI Connection: The Secret History of the
Government’s Cover-up (2000), UFOs are Real: Here’s the Proof (1997), Could UFOs be Real? (1991)
Melbourne Episode: Case Study of a Missing Pilot (1987)

Nick Pope
Nick Pope worked at the United Kingdom Ministry
of Defence from 1985. He’s undertaken a series
of jobs within the Department, including work in
the Joint Operations Centre during the Gulf War,
where he was a briefer in the Air Force
Operations Room. He was involved in work on
the crises in Bosnia and Kosovo. He was a
Senior Executive Officer, which is a civilian grade
equivalent to the military rank of Lieutenant
Colonel. He left the employ of the MoD in 2006
and now does private research.
Between 1991 and 1994, Nick was posted to a
division called Secretariat (Air Staff) and given the job of researching and investigating the UFO
phenomenon, mirroring the work done in the U.S. by the Air Force’s Project Blue Book in the 1960′s.
Although most of the cases could be explained as misidentifications of known objects and phenomena, a
hard core of sightings defied any conventional explanation. Strong evidence emerged suggesting the
presence of structured craft capable of speeds and maneuvers beyond the capability of even the most
advanced prototype craft operated by the Royal Air Force or the United States Air Force.
Nick’s unique access to new data and previous government files convinced him the UFO phenomenon
raised serious defense and national security issues. There were numerous instances where UFOs had
been tracked on radar, leading to jets being scrambled. There were also cases with terrifying nearmisses
between UFOs and civilian aircraft. All this led him to believe that an extraterrestrial explanation
for some sightings could not be ruled out.
His official investigations into UFOs drew him into other mysteries such as alien abductions, crop circles
and cattle mutilations. Upon leaving the Ministry’s UFO project, he continued his research and
investigations privately and is now recognized as a leading researcher into both governmental and
phenomenological aspects of the extraterrestrial controversy.
He has done extensive media work, including an appearance on Newsnight, one of the UK’s most
prestigious and serious TV news programs. He has written for or been featured in most of the UK’s
national newspapers and has been interviewed on numerous radio shows, including the prestigious
Today program. Nick has lectured all around the world and spoken to various academic and military
organizations. He has discussed the UFO phenomenon at the Oxford Union, one of the world’s foremost
debating societies, and has acted as consultant to various television documentaries.
Published Books (relevant):
Open Skies, Closed Minds: For the First Time, a Government UFO Expert Speaks Out (1999)
The Uninvited: An Exposé of the Alien Abduction Phenomenon (1998)

Story Musgrave, PhD
Franklin Story Musgrave joined the United States Marine
Corps at 18. While in the Corps, Musgrave served as an
aviation electrician and instrument technician. After
completing this service, he enrolled at Syracuse University
where, in 1958, he received a bachelor of science degree in
mathematics and statistics. Upon graduation from
Syracuse, he went to work for the Eastman Kodak
Company as a mathematician and operations analyst. In the years that followed, he earned an MBA in operations analysis and computer programming from UCLA. The following year he added a bachelor’s degree in chemistry
from Marietta College and, in 1964, received his Doctor of
Medicine degree from Columbia University. Leaving Kodak, he served a surgical internship at the
University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. He remained at Kentucky on post-doctoral
fellowships from the Air Force and the Heart Institute, earning an additional master’s degree in
physiology and biophysics. High-altitude flight and the then-new space program had created new areas
of medicine, and Dr. Musgrave was in the forefront, pursuing research in cardiovascular and exercise
physiology and in the medicine of aviation.
In August 1967, Musgrave was selected by NASA to be among the first cohort of astronaut-scientists.
Until then, astronauts had been chosen from the ranks of military test pilots. After completing astronaut
training, he worked on the design and development of the Skylab program and served as backup
science pilot for the first Skylab mission. Dr. Musgrave helped design the spacesuits, life support
systems, airlocks and manned maneuvering units that would be used for space walks and other
extravehicular activity on the Space Shuttle missions.
From 1967 to 1989, while working for NASA, Musgrave served as a part-time surgeon at Denver General
Hospital, and as a part-time professor of physiology at and biophysics at the University of Kentucky
Medical Center. He also trained as a pilot and parachutists, earning his Air Force Wings and FAA ratings
as flight instructor, instrument instructor, glider instructor, and airline transport pilot. He has flown 160
different types of civilian and military aircraft, and has made more than 500 free falls, including 100
experimental free-falls designed to study human aerodynamics.
The first of Dr. Musgrave’s six trips into outer space took place on the maiden voyage of the Space
Shuttle Challenger in 1983. While on this mission, Musgrave and Don Peterson performed the first space
walks off of the Shuttle. On his second Shuttle mission, he served as systems engineer during launch
and reentry, and as a pilot during the orbital operations. Perhaps the most dramatic of Story Musgrave’s
space mission was the fifth, on the Shuttle Endeavour. Musgrave commanded the mission to repair the
damaged Hubble Space Telescope. During this 11-day mission, the Telescope was restored to full
functionality. Repairs required five spacewalks, three performed by Musgrave himself.
Story Musgrave flew his last space mission in January, 1996, on the Space Shuttle Columbia. On this
mission, the crew deployed and retrieved reusable satellites for studying the origin and composition of
the stars, and to experiment with super-vacuum conditions in which thin film wafers can be grown for use
in the semiconductor industry.

Tom Valone, PhD
Dr. Valone is the President of Integrity Research Institute and Editor of
the Future Energy newsletter and Enews. He has authored numerous
books, scientific studies, articles and papers related to energy in all
forms. He provides consultations on electrical product design &
development, engineering testing, environmental-electromagnetic
field/energy, expert testimony and opinion. He meets regularly with
congressional and senate leaders and briefs them on the latest energy developments. His views regarding energy-related matters have been featured on national media including CNN.
Dr. Valone was a Patent Examiner for the Physics, Measuring,
Testing, Instrumentation Class 324. He examined and approved patents related to electric and nonelectric properties, testing in specific environments, calibrating electric meters, sensing electricity, internal combustion engine ignition system, electromechanical switching devices, thermoelectric
properties, electrostatic field sensing, among others. He was elected as Board member of the PTO
Society in 1999.
He is the inventor of several instruments, including the Photonic Rejuvenation Energizing Machine &
Immunizing Electrification Radiator machine, Dental Vapor Ionizer, Powerline Gaussmeter, static field
gaussmeter, ELF spectrum analyzer, and a geomagnetometer still on the market today. At Integrity
Electronics he managed engineers and technicians, initiated several instrument lines, trained industrial
interns from SUNY at Buffalo, designed 2% accuracy calibration procedures, specification sheets and
training manual, represented the company at shows and conferences.
From 1976 to 1981 he taught courses at Erie Community College in Buffalo, NY that included
Engineering Physics, Technical Physics, Introductory Physics, AC Electricity, Electronics, Digital Logic,
Microprocessors (6502), and Environmental Science. Dr. Valone also designed an Instrumentation &
Process Control Curriculum at the direction of the College President. While at Scott Aviation, he was
Director of R&D and developed gas detection linearization circuit for Series 9000 instruments, directed
planning/installation of computerized test facility for catalytic sensors, performed feasibility study of nonpressurized
zeolite oxygen tank for firemen, published design articles, managed acquisition and
installation of computer network, numerous sensor circuit design and testing projects.
Dr. Valone is a Consulting Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation, listed in Who’s Who of American
Writers and Poets, and received the Marcel Vogel Service Award from the USPA. He is a member of the
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, National Space Society, the Union of Concerned
Scientists, the Bioelectromagnetics Society and formerly, the American Physical Society. Dr. Valone
holds a PhD in Engineering from Kennedy-Western University, an M.A. and B.S. in Physics and B.S. in
Electrical Engineering from SUNY Buffalo and is a Licensed Engineer.
Published Books include: Zero Point Energy, The Fuel of the Future (2007); Practical Conversion of
Zero-Point Energy (2005); Electrogravitics II (2004); Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature (2003);
Patents and the Patent Process (2003); Bush-Cheney Energy Study (2002); Bioelectromagnetic Healing
(2000); Homopolar Handbook: A Definitive Guide to Faraday Disk and N-Machine Technologies (1995);
Electrogravitics Systems: A New Propulsion Methodology (1994).

Robert Wood, PhD
Robert Wood, PhD, has emerged as one of the leading
researchers on the MJ-12 documents. Dr Wood’s 50+ years of
contribution to extraterrestrial-related phenomena research
extends well beyond the MJ-12 document. He has a Bachelor
of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of
Colorado and a Ph.D. in physics from Cornell. He enjoyed a 43-
year career at McDonnell Douglas managing research and
development projects and has spent over thirty years privately
investigating extraterrestrial related phenomena. He began
research into the Majestic-12 Documents in 1995.
Career Summary
1946 summer and fall: General Electric, plotting data from V-2 firings at White Sands
1947 summer: GE, fabrication and test of a prototype ignitron-driven control system for naval guns
1948 summer: General Electric, fabrication of a prototype air-driven pneumatic gyroscope
1949 summer: Douglas Aircraft, analysis of aerodynamic data for the Nike Ajax missile
1950 summer: Douglas Aircraft, analysis of aerodynamics for the Honest John missile
1949-1951 academic years, Cornell University, teaching physics to freshmen
1953-1954: Douglas Aircraft, Automatic Controls, analysis of advanced concepts
1955: Flight Refueling, Inc., consultant in flight refueling systems
1954-1956: Aberdeen Proving Ground, U. S. Army, aerodynamic analysis of ballistic range data
1956-1993: Douglas Aircraft and McDonnell Douglas, varied assignments in R&D management.

Daniel Sheehan, JD
Daniel Sheehan graduated Harvard Law School, founded the
Christic Institute, and taught world politics at the University of
California. He has a distinguished history in public interest service.
Sheehan co-founded with Sara Nelson the Christic Institute in
Washington, DC, which for nearly two decades was the country’s
preeminent public-interest law firm. The Christic Institute was
directly responsible for surfacing and prosecuting the
unconstitutional conduct of George Bush, along with senior and
numerous members of his administration in the Iran/Contra
scandal during the 1980s. They also co-directed the Karen
Silkwood case (which stopped the construction of all new private
nuclear power stations in the United States from 1979); the Three-Mile Island case (which stopped the
Federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission from dumping the radioactive waste materials from the
damaged Three-Mile Island Nuclear Facility into the Susquehanna River); and the American Sanctuary
Movement case (which declared unconstitutional the efforts of the Reagan/Bush Administration to deport
legitimate political refugees from the United States back to El Salvador or Guatemala). Dan also served
as legal counsel to the New York Times in the Pentagon Papers case and represented Fathers Daniel
Berrigan and Phil Berrigan during their Viet Nam activism. Mr. Sheehan was the Director of the Strategic
Initiative to Identify the New Paradigm launched by President Mikhail Gorbachev’s State of the World
Forum in San Francisco.
In 1994 Sheehan defended Dr. John Mack before an review panel of the Harvard Medical School in the
wake of Mack’s book Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens. This was not his first, nor his last,
encounter with the important issue of extraterrestrial-related phenomena. In 1977, while general counsel
to the United States Jesuit Office of Social Ministry in Washington, DC., he served as a special
consultant to the United States Library of Congress Congressional Research Office Project on
Extraterrestrial Intelligence ordered by President Jimmy Carter. In this capacity, he was given access not
only to the classified portions of the United States Air Force’s infamous “Project Blue Book” files but to
the confidential report prepared for the Science & Technology Committee of the United States Congress
by the Library of Congress Congressional Research Office pursuant to this Presidential assignment.
What he saw changed his life.
His ongoing projects include the New Paradigm Institute which holds that there exist eight separate,
internally consistent worldviews, or paradigms. These paradigms are best understood when placed on a
spectrum. The New Paradigm Institute will bring the most promising new knowledge from a wide variety
of fields – including physics, ecology, religion, and philosophy – directly to bear on a wide spectrum of
American public policy issues. Another project involves investigating the potential secret illegal dumping,
by U.S. Government contractors, of deadly radioactive nuclear waste materials on Native American
Reservations across the country on behalf of The Traditional Elders of The Lakota Nation in North and
South Dakota.
Published Books: Assault on Nicaragua: The Untold Story of the U. S. ‘Secret War’ (1987);
Inside the Shadow Government: Declaration of Plaintiff’s Counsel Filed by the Christic Institute (1988)

Cmdr. C. B. “Scott” Jones, PhD, USN retired
Cmdr. Jones is the founder and president of the Peace and
Emergency Action Coalition for Earth. The principal function of
P.E.A.C.E. is to oversee the development of the global Center for
Sustainable Peace and Development system. Previous to this he
was co-founder and president of the Human Potential Foundation.
This was established in 1989, and conducted research into all
conditions of humankind: physiological, psychological and spiritual,
to assist the individual to achieve the highest levels of human potential in body, mind and spirit in order to compete and cooperate at personal excellence throughout life. Prior to this position he was
Special Assistant to Senator Claiborne Pell from January 1985 until March 1991. Retiring as a Commander in the U.S. Navy, approximately half of his thirty-year naval career was spent in intelligence service overseas and in the United States. In post-navy careers he has taught at the university level and worked in the private sector research and development community
involved in U.S. government sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Intelligence
Agency, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, and other organizations.
In 1989, he and Sen. Claiborne Pell co-founded the Human Potential Foundation that undertook a number
of research projects. These included a joint effort with the Chinese Academy of Somatic Science in
accelerated bone healing using qi gong; a sponsored symposium conducted by Russian medical scientists
on psychoanalytical and psychocorrection computer technologies; a survey of attitudes of medical
professionals toward death and dying; translating Chinese of the book: Collected Works on Qi Gong
Science. Under the Center for Interspecies Communications, the Foundation conducted Projects Neptune
Helper I, II dolphin research with Atlantic Bottlenose and Spotted dolphins.
A major two-year program funded by Laurance Rockefeller was completed with an international
conference, When Cosmic Cultures Meet, in Washington, D.C. in May 1995. At the conference a wide
spectrum of academic disciplines and interests assessed the implications, preparations and responses
for the time when there is no ambiguity about the understanding that higher intelligences from cosmic
cultures are meeting. In November 1998, the Human Potential Foundation was dissolved and its
principal undertaking, a global peace initiative, transferred to the newly established Peace and
Emergency Action Coalition for Earth, Inc.
Current Programs in P.E.A.C.E. Inc. The principal program of P.E.A.C.E. Inc is the establishment of a
global system of Centers for Sustainable Peace and Development. Over seven years of planning and
consultation with academic, political, spiritual, military, intelligence and business leaders has lead to the
current system design. In November 2002, the University of Jordan announced its decision to host a
Center. Discussions with other universities around the world are under way.
A second program is a recommendation made to President George W. Bush to establish a cabinet level
Peace Advisor position, and to encourage his global counterparts to do the same. A third program is
draft legislation for a federally funded international scholarship program to establish a Professional
Peaceworker Corps. A fourth program is a proposed Constitutional amendment that would additionally
designate the President “the principal Peace Maker of the United States.” This would provide a legal
basis for the institutionalization of peace in the United States.

Col. Jesse Marcel, Jr., MD, USAF retired
Jesse Marcel, Jr. is the son of the first military officer on
the scene of the Roswell UFO crash of 1947 and is the
most recognized first-hard witness to the events of that
time. His father, Jesse Marcel Sr., reported bringing
home parts of the wreckage the he and Jesse, Jr.
examined. This wreckage included a piece of metal
that when balled up or it’s shape was changed it would
expand back to it’s original form as well as several
structural pieces known as” I- beams” which had hieroglyphic symbols. He has steadfastly repeated his recollection of that time
in numerous interviews and wrote about his experiences then and since in the book, The Roswell
Legacy. He is one of 200 witnesses to the events of July 1947, but his story has received international
attention in no small part because Dr. Marcel, Jr. has led an exemplary life and his integrity is without
question.
Education: His pre-med undergraduate work was accomplished at Louisiana State University, Baton
Rouge, Louisiana followed by LSU School of Medicine at New Orleans, Louisiana graduating in July of
1961 with a degree in medicine. His internship was done at the Charity Hospital, New Orleans,
Louisiana.
Dr. Marcel joined the US Navy in 1962 and was assigned to the USS Renville (APA 227) and shortly
there after participated in the Cuban Missile Crisis attached to combat units as member of ship’s
company. The Renville then sailed for West Pac and then to the South East Pacific Area where it
participated in combat training in case of enemy attack on the ship. After the West Pac tour, he
completed specialty training in Otolaryngology at the Naval Hospital, San Diego, California. He retired
from the Navy in July of 1971 and entered private practice in Helena, Montana. He then joined the
Montana Army National Guard in 1973, went through helicopter flight training as a flight surgeon at Ft.
Rucker, Alabama earning his wings in 1981. During his career in the National Guard, he was appointed
State Surgeon of the State of Montana and retired from the military the second time in August of 1996 on
his 60th birthday. Dr. Marcel was called back to active duty in Iraq in October of 2004 shortly after his
68th birthday and consequently served as a flight surgeon for the 189th Attack Helicopter Battalion flying
225 hrs of combat while in country being discharged again from active duty in December of 2005 to the
Ready Reserve.
He currently employed as a specialist in Otolaryngology at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Ft.
Harrison, Montana
Published Book
The Roswell Legacy (2007)

Stanton Friedman
Stanton Friedman may well be the most recognized living
researcher in the field of extraterrestrial-related phenomena
in the world. He has been making the case for the ETH for
over three decades. And he makes it very well.
He spent two years at Rutgers University in New Brunswick,
New Jersey before switching to the University of Chicago in
1953. He received BS and MS degrees in Physics from UC
in 1955 and 1956, where Carl Sagan was a classmate. He
worked for fourteen years as a nuclear physicist for such
companies as General Electric, General Motors,
Westinghouse, TRW, Aerojet General Nucleonics, and
McDonnell Douglas on such advanced, highly classified,
eventually canceled projects as nuclear aircraft, fission and fusion rockets, and nuclear power plants for
space.
Since 1967 he has lectured on the topic Flying Saucers ARE Real at more than 600 colleges and over
100 professional groups in fifty states, nine Canadian provinces, England, Italy, Germany, Holland,
France, Finland, Brazil, Australia, Korea, Mexico, Turkey, Argentina, and Israel. He has published more
than 70 papers on UFOs besides his dozens of conventional articles and appeared on hundreds of radio
and TV shows. These include the TNT Larry King UFO Special on Oct.1, 1994; Nightline; Sally Jessie
Raphael; Unsolved Mysteries; Entertainment Tonight; Leeza; Sightings; Canada AM; Coast to Coast AM
with Art Bell and many more.
Stan is the original civilian investigator of the Roswell Incident, who co-authored Crash at Corona and
instigated the Unsolved Mysteries Roswell program. He was heavily involved in both the 1979
documentary UFOs are Real and the 1993 & 1996 videos Flying Saucers Are Real.
Stan anchored the affirmative team in an October 1995 debate at Oxford University, This House Believes
That Intelligent Alien Life Has Visited Planet Earth, garnering 60% of the member-vote. On June 27,1997
his TV Debate team got 92% of 100,000 votes called into ITV in London, England: Are Aliens visiting
Earth?. He has provided testimony to congressional hearings, appeared twice at the United Nations,
and pioneered many aspects of extraterrestrial phenomena research, including the Betty Hill star map
work, crashed saucers, analysis of the Delphos physical trace case, and challenges to the S.E.T.I. (Silly
Effort To Investigate) cultists. Stan has spent many weeks at a total of nineteen document archives. He
has also been involved in numerous scientific research and development projects since moving to
Canada in 1980.
He takes a clear-cut unambiguous stand that: Some UFOs are alien spacecraft, The subject of flying
saucers represents a kind of Cosmic Watergate, None of the anti-UFO arguments stand up to careful
scrutiny, We are dealing with the biggest story of the millennium, Visits to planet Earth by alien
spacecraft are real, Cover-up by governments of the best data is happening, Wreckage and bodies were
recovered in New Mexico 54 years ago. He has published numerous books on the phenomenon and its
history.

Lt. Col. Kevin Randle, PhD, USA retired
Dr. Kevin D. Randle (born 1949), is a prominent
ufologist. Within the UFO community he is often
regarded as one of the preeminent experts on
the reported crash of a UFO near Roswell, New
Mexico in July 1947.
A professional writer with more than 80 books
to his credit, Randle is perhaps best known for
his books about UFOs and the Roswell story.
While the vast majority of his books are science
fiction and historical fiction, it’s his books on the
alleged UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico in
1947 that have exerted an enormous influence
on those interested in the saga. Randle, along with Stanton Friedman, is generally acknowledged as one of the leading
researchers into the Roswell story and the UFO question. He continues to work in the UFO field, although lately he has concentrated more on his science fiction books than UFO research. A combat veteran, Kevin Randle served in the U.S. Army during both the Vietnam War and the Second Gulf War. In Vietnam Randle piloted UH-1 helicopters while assigned to the 116th Assault Helicopter Company based at Cu Chi, and later with the 187th Assault Helicopter Company stationed at Tay Ninh.
Between the Vietnam War and the War in Iraq, Randle was in the United States Air Force, both on active
duty and in the active reserves. In the Air Force, Randle pulled duty as a public affairs officer, a general’s
aide, and an intelligence officer. He was promoted several times and completed his Air Force Reserve
duty as a captain and the director of intelligence for an airlift group.
After the 911 attacks Randle joined the Iowa National Guard as an intelligence officer. His unit, the 234th
Signal Battalion, deployed in Iraq in June 2003, to the Baghdad International Airport, returning in May
2004. Randle was awarded a Combat Action Badge for his participation in several firefights in Iraq.
Randle retired from the Iowa National Guard as a colonel in 2009
Randle studied journalism at the University of Iowa (BA). He earned a Master’s degree in psychology, as
well as a Ph.D. from California Coast University and a second Master’s degree in military studies, from
the American Military University
Randle began his study of UFOs while still a high school student. In 1972 he published his first article
about UFOs in Saga’s Annual UFO Report. Throughout the 1970s, he published a number of articles
concerning a variety of UFO sightings including tales of alien abduction, photographic cases, and those
involving some sort of physical evidence. In 1975 he was asked by Jim Lorenzen to investigate the wave
of cattle mutilations that were sweeping the Midwest and west.

Donald Schmitt
Donald Schmitt is the former co-director of the
J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies
(CUFOS), where he served as the director of
special investigations for 10 years. Before
that, he worked as a special investigator for
the late Dr. J. Allen Hynek and as the art
director for the International UFO Reporter. He is a graduate of Concordia University and the author of dozens of articles about UFOs, as well as the co-author of three books, UFO Crash at Roswell, The Truth About the UFO
Crash at Roswell and Witness to Roswell. An internationally known investigator in his field, Schmitt is a university-circuit lecturer who has spoken hundreds of times around the globe and has been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey, Paul
Harvey, Jim Bohannon and Morton Downey Jr. on such networks and programs as CBS’s 48 Hours,
Disney Channel, SCI FI Channel, BBC, Learning Channel, Travel Channel, CNN, Today, ABC News,
CBS Morning News and Sonja Live; and by print services and publications as AP, UPI, Time, Wall Street
Journal, Popular Science and Omni Magazine.
The basis of his research and consultation has been the theme of many documentaries, including UFO
Secret: The Roswell Crash; The Roswell Incident; Roswell: The Real Story; Roswell: Cover-ups and
Close Encounters; and UFOs: 50 Years of Denial.
Schmitt wrote and narrated the audio CD UFO Crash at Roswell (Caroline Records,1997). He also
produced and co-starred with actor John de Lancie in the live theatrical radio drama Roswell, the
Unheard Broadcast (Prosaic Pictures 2000).
Schmitt’s greatest achievement to date was the Golden Globe-nominated telefilm Roswell, which was
based on his first book. In addition to serving as a consultant on the movie, Schmitt made a cameo
appearance in the film. Currently, he is a contributing writer for UFO Magazine and is an advisor to the
board of directors of the International UFO Museum & Research Center at Roswell, New Mexico.
Published Books
UFO Crash at Roswell (Avon, 1991)
The Truth About the UFO Crash at Roswell (Morrow, William & Co., 1994)
Witness to Roswell (New Page Books, 2007)
Principal Website
Roswell Investigator: www.roswellinvestigator.com 

Linda Moulton Howe
Linda Moulton Howe is a graduate of Stanford
University with a Masters Degree in
Communication. She has devoted her
documentary film, television, radio, writing and
reporting career to productions concerning
science, medicine and the environment. Ms.
Howe has received local, national and
international awards, including three regional
Emmys, a national Emmy nomination and a
Station Peabody award for medical
programming. Linda’s documentaries have
included Poison in the Wind and A Sun Kissed Poison, which compared smog pollution in Los Angeles and Denver; Fire In The Water about hydrogen as an alternative energy source to fossil fuels; A Radioactive Water about uranium
contamination in public drinking water in a Denver suburb; and A Strange Harvest and Strange Harvests
1993, which explored the worldwide animal mutilation mystery that has haunted the United States and
other countries since the 1960s and continues to date. Another film, A Prairie Dawn, focused on
astronaut training in Denver. Linda has also produced documentaries in Ethiopia and Mexico for UNICEF
about child survival efforts and for Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta about environmental challenges.
Linda produces, reports and edits the award-winning science, environment and earth mysteries news
website, Earthfiles.com. In 2008, Earthfiles was honored with a WebAward for News Standard of
Excellence. In 2006, Earthfiles received the W3 Silver Award in the news category. In 2003, Earthfiles
received an Award for Standard of Excellence presented by the internet’s WebAward Association.
Earthfiles also received the 2001 Encyclopaedia Britannica Award for Journalistic Excellence. Linda also
reports monthly science, environment and earth mysteries news for Premiere Radio Networks, Los
Angeles, Coast to Coast AM broadcast on stations throughout North America.
In January 2009, Linda spent two weeks in Costa Rica to research environmental restoration projects; in
July to August 2009, Linda spent three weeks in Wiltshire, England, to investigate crop formations, report
a live 3-hour radio broadcast for Premiere Radio Networks in the U. S., and to participate in a Brazil
documentary production about the crop phenomenon; in November 2009, Linda was videotaped in
Roswell, New Mexico, to provide document research background for a 1940s American policy of denial
in the interest of national security about spacecraft and non-human body retrievals for a 2010 History
Channel TV series, Ancient Aliens.
In October 2008, Linda was videotaped in New York City by RAI-TV, Italy, for a broadcast special about
unusual aerial phenomena. In 2006, Linda was the on-camera field investigator of a Montana cattle
mutilation for a Canadian television special, Best Evidence. She traveled to England for other field
investigations of the crop formation mystery and to do science news interviews at Cardiff University for
Earthfiles and Premiere Radio Networks. In 2005, Linda participated in the Canadian documentary, Star
Dreams, produced by Genesis Communications Corp., about the global crop formation mystery.
In August 2004, Linda was on-camera field investigator for a History Channel program about an unusual
cow death in Farnham, Nebraska. Linda also traveled to Florence and San Marino, Italy, to speak about
her earth mysteries investigations. She also produced and reported Earthfiles segments for Comcast
Cable broadcasts in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
In 2003, Linda investigated mysterious light phenomena in Corguinho, Brazil, and England. In 2002, she
traveled to Norway to join astronomers, physicists and engineers in the study of “thermal plasmas of
unknown origin” in the Hessdalen Valley. In 2001, Linda traveled to Hong Kong and Laos to investigate
“tall wild men” reports for The Discovery Channel television series, Modern Mysteries of Asia.
A few of Linda’s other television productions have included The World of Chemistry for PBS and a twohour
special, Earth Mysteries: Alien Life Forms, in association with WATL-Fox, Atlanta. Linda was
Supervising Producer and Original Concept Creator for UFO Report: Sightings financed by Paramount
Studios and the Fox network in Los Angeles. Its first broadcast was in October 1991, which was
expanded into the Sightings series on Fox. Linda was an honored medical producer in Boston’s WCVB
Station Excellence Peabody Award. As Director of Special Projects at the KMGH-TV station in Denver,
Colorado, she received the Aviation & Space Writers Association Award for Writing Excellence in
Television, a Chicago Film Festival Golden Plaque for A Radioactive Water, Colorado’s Florence Sabin
Award for “outstanding contribution to public health” and several dozen other local and regional awards,
including Emmys. She also worked as Director of International Programming for Earthbeat, an
environmental series broadcast on Turner’s WTBS Superstation in Atlanta, GA.
Linda has traveled in Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, England, Norway, France, Switzerland, The Netherlands,
Yugoslavia, Turkey, Ethiopia, Kenya, Egypt, Australia, Japan, Canada, Mexico, the Yucatan and Puerto
Rico for research and productions. Linda has written four books: Mysterious Lights and Crop Circles, 2nd
Edition, September 2002, about eyewitness accounts and scientific research of biophysical and
biochemical changes in affected cereal crops by complex energy systems; An Alien Harvest © 1989,
about the worldwide animal mutilation phenomenon; Glimpses of Other Realities, Volumes I and II ©
1993 and 1998, about U. S. military, intelligence and civilian testimonies concerning non-human
interactions with Earth life.
Linda is also asked to speak as an investigative reporter at national and international conferences and
symposiums, including NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, and has been interviewed on a Larry King
Live special, CNN; The O’Reilly Factor, Fox; Sightings and Strange Universe, Fox; NBC’s The Other
Side; Britain’s Union Pictures, ITN and BBC; The Discovery Channel special Evidence On Earth; and the
NBC network special, Mysterious Origins of Man. Wikipedia Entry
Published Books
Glimpses of Other Realities: High Strangeness (2001)
Mysterious Lights and Crop Circles (2001)
Glimpses of Other Realities: Facts and Eyewitnesses (1997)
Alien Harvest: Further Evidence Linking Animal Mutilations and Human Abductions to Alien Life Forms
(1993)
Documentaries
A Strange Harvest (1997) (Produced 1980), Poison in the Wind, A Sun Kissed Poison, Fire in the Water,
A Radioactive Water, Borrowed Faces
Principal Website: Earth Files: www.earthfiles.com

Major Milton Torres, PhD, USAF retired
In 1957 Major Torres had an extraordinary
encounter with a UFO. “The one I chased didn’t
follow classic Newtonian mechanics. It made a
right turn almost on a dime,” he relates from his
home in Kendall, Fla. “The (Royal Air Force
radar) scope had a range of 250 miles. And after
two sweeps, which took two seconds, it was
gone. And I was flying almost at Mach 1, at .92.”
Bottom line for Torres: Any military organization
that isn’t interested in this sort of elusive high
technology is incompetent.
Retired USAF major broke a 51-year silence in
October of 2009 about his potentially lethal UFO
scramble. The British Ministry of Defence had just
released another batch of UFO files through its National Archives, and one of the cases occurred on April 27, 1957. That’s when an unnamed USAF pilot with the American 406th Fighter Wing operating out of RAF Manston in Kent was dispatched with
specific orders to blast a UFO out of the late-night sky. Torres, now 77, promptly stepped forward and owned up (“It was such a relief!”) to being the guy assigned to shoot it down. Climbing to 32,000 feet in his F-86 Sabrejet along with a wingman, Torres
couldn’t see the bogey, but he got a strong radar lock-on some 15 miles out. With just seconds to go
before closing to within missile range, things got freaky. The blip on his scope flashed to a 6 o’clock
position, then 3 o’clock, then 12 o’clock, and 11 o’clock. Then it was gone. Ground control lost it, too.
End of chase, but not the story.
Back on the deck, Torres says he was bullied by a member of the U.S. National Security Agency, and
told that if he breathed a word of what happened — even to his own commander — his flying days were
over.
“What the hell did I know? I was just a pilot, I didn’t have any information,” he said. “The thought of losing
my flight status was unacceptable.”
So Torres put a cork in it and went on to complete a 20-year USAF career. He earned a doctorate in
mechanical engineering, and taught at Florida International University.
Contrasting the threats he received with the routine manner in which that information was released,
Torres is struck by the arbitrary nature of state secrecy. It bothers him that he has heard from other
military pilots reluctant to go public.
“They’ve told me about getting scrambled, and how what they’re chasing left ‘em standing there like they
weren’t even moving,” says the former college professor. “They don’t know what’s it is, but somebody
sure does.”
Impressed by President Obama’s executive order directing federal bureaucracies to err on the side of
transparency when dealing with public information requests, Torres says it’s time to pony up.
“I want Obama to open it up, to declassify this UFO material,” he says. “This has gone on for too long.”

Timothy Good
Timothy Good has conducted worldwide research,
interviewed key witnesses and discussed the subject
with astronauts, military and intelligence specialists,
pilots, politicians and scientists, and established himself
as a leading authority on government involvement with
extraterrestrial related phenomena – the most highly
classified subject on Earth. He is easily one of the most
prolific researchers and authors in the field.
He became interested in the subject in 1955 when his
passion for aviation and space led him to read a book by
Major Donald Keyhoe describing sightings by qualified
observers such as military and civilian pilots. In 1961, after reading a book by Captain Edward Ruppelt, a U.S.
Air Force intelligence officer, he began to conduct his own research. Since then he has amassed a
wealth of evidence, including several thousand declassified documents.
Timothy Good has lectured at universities, schools and many organizations, including IBM, the Institute
of Medical Laboratory Sciences, the Royal Canadian Military Institute, the Royal Geographical Society,
the Royal Naval Air Reserve Branch, the House of Lords All-Party UFO Study Group and the Oxford and
Cambridge Union societies. In January of 1989 following the dissolution of the Soviet empire, he
became the first extraterrestrial related phenomena researcher from the West to be interviewed on
Russian television. In May of 1998 he was invited to the Pentagon to discuss the issue at the Defense
Airborne Reconnaissance Office. He has acted as associate producer for a number of television
documentaries on the subject and is known to millions around the world through numerous television and
radio broadcasts.
His first book, Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-up (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1987) became an
instant bestseller and is regarded widely as a definitive work on the subject, together with the fully
revised and updated book replacing it, Beyond Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Security Threat
(Sidgwick & Jackson, 199), which remained for five weeks on the Sunday Times bestseller list. Alien
Liaison: The Ultimate Secret (Century, 1991) spent thirteen weeks on the same bestseller list. Alien
Base: Earth’s Encounters with Extraterrestrials (Century, 1998) went to No. 4 on the Guardian bestseller
list. His latest book, Unearthly Disclosure: Conflicting Interests in the Control of the Extraterrestrial
Intelligence (Century, 2000) was serialized in the Daily Mail. He has also edited a number of books on
the subject, including the bestselling Alien Update (Arrow, 1993). Most of these books have a foreword
by Admiral of the Fleet The Lord Hill-Norton, former Chief of the Defence Staff and Chairman of the
NATO Military Committee.
Born in London in 1942, Timothy Good completed his formal education at the King’s School, Canterbury.
He is an accomplished violinist and gained a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music where he won
prizes for solo, chamber and orchestral playing. His professional career began in 1963 with the Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra. He played for fourteen years with the London Symphony Orchestra and has
freelanced with the English Chamber Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Mantovani Orchestra
and Philharmonic Orchestra.

Cmd. Sgt. Major Robert Dean, USAF retired
Mr. Dean’s history includes forty years of research in the UFO field. He
spent twenty-seven years of active duty in the US Army where he retired
as Command Sergeant Major after serving as a highly decorated infantry
combat veteran. He also served in Intelligence Field Operations and was
stationed at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), the
military arm of NATO. His Cosmic Top Secret clearance opened the way
for his study of the highly controversial document of which he now
speaks. Mr. Dean also spent fourteen years as an emergency services
manager with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for
the Arizona Pima County Sheriff’s Department. He is the former Arizona
Assistant Director and Pima County Director for the Mutual UFO Network and is a former member for the
UFO studies (CUFOS) and the Ancient Astronauts Society. He also served twelve years as a member of the board of Directors for the Aerial Phenomenon Research Organization (APRO).
Mr. Dean majored in ancient history, psychology, and philosophy at Indiana University, completed
extensive studies in archeology and theology and holds the equivalent of a masters level degree in
Emergency Management. Beyond extensive United States engagements, he has spoken all over the
world to share his message, appearing at sponsored events in England, Switzerland, Italy, Japan,
Germany, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Hungary and Puerto Rico. He also has countless television, radio,
video and news documentary appearances to his credit and has been honored with THREE lifetime
achievement awards for his contribution to the field of Ufology.

Donna Hare
Former NASA employee, Donna Hare, has accused NASA of doctoring,
obfuscating, and obscuring thousands of photos over the years. She
has gone on record alleging the space agency erased inconvenient
anomalies on certain damning photos.
During her time at NASA she was a specialist working as an illustrator
and photographic slide technician. Her service awards include the 1969 Apollo Achievement award, a Skylab award, and a special commemorative medallion for meritorious service involving the joint
American-Russian space mission, Apollo-Soyuz.
A technical illustrator by profession, Hare has just about done it all during her tenure with the space
agency, working as a space illustrator and in the Precision Slide Lab. She illustrated space vehicles,
satellites, launch pads, landing sites, lunar maps and much, much more.
Hare worked as a sub-contractor with the agency for more than 15 years. When she blew the whistle on
NASA, she went public and appeared as a guest on WOL-AM radio in Washington, D.C.

Lt. Col. Dwynne Arneson, USAF retired
Dwynne Arneson served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force for
26 years, retiring in 1986 with the rank of Lt. Colonel. He held positions in communications electronics worldwide including Viet Nam. His last assignment was as Director of Logistics at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio. He served as the commander of three different organizations. The highest
clearance he held was Top Secret/Crypto/Special Compartmented Information/Talent Keyhole.
In 1967, he was Officer-in-Charge of the Communications
Center, 28th Air Division, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls, Montana, where he was in charge of the Top Secret cryptographic account. He was also the Top
Secret Control Officer for the division and dispensed Top Secret nuclear launch authentication codes.
Upon retiring from the U.S. Air Force, he worked at Boeing Corporation as a computer systems analyst,
holding positions involving network design and computer systems security. He retired from in 2008.

Robert Hastings
Robert L. Hastings was born
May 6, 1950, in Albuquerque,
New Mexico, at Sandia Base,
where atomic weapons were
engineered. His father, Robert E.
Hastings, was career U.S. Air
Force, retiring in 1967 with the
rank of Senior Master Sergeant.
In 1966–67, the Hastings family
was stationed at Malmstrom
AFB, Montana, during one peak
period of UFO activity at nearby Minuteman nuclear missile sites. In March 1967, Hastings
witnessed five UFOs being tracked on radar at the base air traffic control tower. He later
learned that these “unknown targets” had been maneuvering near ICBM sites located
southeast of the base. This experience ultimately led to his decades-long research into the UFO-nukes
connection.
Hastings received a BFA in Photography at Ohio University in 1972, and worked as a photographic
technician at Northern Illinois University for eight years. In 1981, after conducting numerous interviews
with former and retired US Air Force personnel regarding their knowledge of nuclear weapons-related
UFO incidents, Hastings ventured out on the college lecture circuit to speak about the U.S. government’s
cover-up on UFOs. To date, he has appeared at over 500 colleges and universities in the U.S. as well as
Oxford University in England.
In 1986–88, Hastings retrained in Electron Microscopy at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton,
California, and received a certificate in Materials Science Applications. Between 1988 and 2002, he was
employed as a laboratory analyst by Philips Semiconductors in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but continued
lecture at colleges in his spare time. Now retired, he continues to promote public awareness of the reality
of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites.
Although most people are completely unaware of its existence, the UFO-Nukes Connection is now
remarkably well-documented. U.S. Air Force, FBI, and CIA files declassified via the Freedom of
Information Act establish a convincing, ongoing pattern of UFO activity at American nuclear weapons
sites extending back to December 1948.
Moreover, these mysterious incursions are not ancient history, so to speak, occurring only during the
Cold War era. Indeed, evidence suggests that multiple, ongoing incidents have taken place near ICBM
sites operated by F.E. Warren Air Force Base, in Wyoming, as recently as June 2011.
For nearly 40 years, noted researcher Robert Hastings has sought out and interviewed former and
retired U.S. Air Force personnel regarding their direct or indirect involvement in nuclear weapons-related
UFO incidents. These individuals—ranging from retired colonels to former airmen—report extraordinary
encounters which have obvious national security implications. In fact, taken to their logical conclusion,
these cases have planetary implications, given the horrific consequences that would result from a fullscale,
global nuclear war.
Significantly, the UFO activity occasionally transcends mere surveillance and involves direct and
unambiguous interference with our strategic weapons systems. Numerous cases include reports of
mysterious malfunctions of large numbers of nuclear missiles just as one or more UFOs hovered nearby.
(Declassified KGB documents confirm that such incidents also occurred in the former Soviet Union.)
To date, Hastings has interviewed over 120 military veterans who were involved in various UFO-related
incidents at U.S. missile sites, weapons storage facilities, and nuclear bomb test ranges. The events
described by these individuals leave little doubt that the U.S. nuclear weapons program is an ongoing
source of interest to someone possessing vastly superior technology.
On September 27, 2010 Hastings hosted the UFO-Nukes Connection press conference at the National
Press Club in Washington D.C., during which seven U.S. Air Force veterans discussed UFO incursions
at nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era. CNN streamed that event live; the full-length video is
below:
The witnesses said that they felt compelled to speak out about the reality of UFO activity at nuclear
weapons sites and urged the U.S. government to finally reveal the facts to the American people and the
rest of the world.
Since 1981, Hastings has presented his research findings at more than 500 colleges and universities
nationwide, and possesses hundreds of highly favorable letters of recommendation from sponsors. “I am
not condemning any government agency for its policy of secrecy regarding UFOs”, says Hastings, “but I
believe that the public should be given the facts.”
Hastings believes that UFOs are piloted by visitors from elsewhere in the universe who, for whatever
reason, have taken an interest in our long-term survival. He contends that these beings are occasionally
disrupting our nukes to send a message to the American and Soviet/Russian governments that their
possession and potential large-scale use of nuclear weapons threatens the future of humanity and the
environmental integrity of the planet. In short, Washington and Moscow are being warned that they are
“playing with fire.”
To suggest that this scenario is the only explanation for widespread UFO sightings during the modern
era would be presumptuous, simplistic, and undoubtedly inaccurate. Nevertheless, Hastings believes
that the now well-documented nuclear weapons-related incidents are integral to an understanding of the
mystery that confronts us.

Robert Jacobs, USAF retired
Professor Jacobs is a professor at Bradley University
where he instructs and advises radio/television majors. He
holds a PhD in Dramatic art and graduated from University
of California Santa Barbara. In the 1960’s he was in the Air
Force. He was the officer in charge of optical
instrumentation and his job was to film ballistic missile
tests launched from Vandenberg Air Force base in
California. In 1964, during a test of the first missile they
filmed, they caught on film a UFO traveling right next to the
missile. He says it looked like two saucers cupped
together with a round ping-pong ball like surface on top.
The film showed that from the ball a beam of light was directed at the missile. This happened four times, from four
different angles, as the missile was about 60 miles up and traveling at 11,000 to 14,000 miles an hour.
The missile tumbled out of space and the UFO left. The next day he was shown the film by his
commanding officer told to “never speak of this again.” He said, if it ever comes up you are to say that it
was laser strikes from the UFO. Professor Jacobs thought this unusual because in 1964 lasers were in
their infancy in the labs but he never the less agreed and hasn’t talked about it for 18 years. Years later,
after an article came out about the film, professor Jacobs started receiving harassing phone calls at early
hours in the morning. His mailbox was even blown up out in front of his house. What we photographed
up at Vandenberg Air Force Base affected me for the rest of my life and made a huge impact on my
understanding of the universe and of Governmental manipulation of our minds.

Capt. Bruce Fenstermacher, USAF retired
Bruce Fenstermacher served in the U.S. Air Force 20
years, the last 11 as an officer, retiring in 1980 with the
rank of Captain. He held the position of Missile Combat
Crew commander at F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne,
Wyoming, from 1974 to 1977. Upon retiring from the
U.S. Air Force, Fenstermacher worked with several
high-tech telecommunications companies as a senior
technical trainer, training manager, or product support
manager. He is now semi-retired, working part-time as
an adjunct instructor for an online training school.

Robert Jamison, USAF retired
Robert Jamison, was a missile maintenance
officer whose job was to restart Minute Man I
nuclear missiles that were in a “No Go” mode,
or had malfunctioned. He often rode many
miles downrange in the middle of the night
over the wilderness to rectify missile failures
as a result of UFO related incidents. Cases of
ten missiles at a time going down once a UFO
had entered the area were not uncommon. “Oscar Flight” and “Echo Flight” were two
such sections of the huge Malmstrom missile range that had been neutralized by UFO
incursions. One UFO went down into a canyon and was reported there where it was observed to be landed on the canyon floor, but once helicopters had been deployed by morning into the area, it quickly shot up into the sky and departed the
area. These events occurred in 1967.
Command had been issuing very unusual orders in relation to proper procedure in the event of another
UFO sighting, indicating that the missile maintenance crews were to seek safety at the nearest
installation and await further instructions once a sighting had been reported. It seemed to him that the Air
Force was exercising caution in the event that more of their missile sites went down once a UFO entered
the area.

John Borroughs, USAF
Airman 1st Class, John Burroughs, was assigned to RAF Bentwaters
police duty. John was in Rendlesham Forest on both December 26 and 28,
1980, interacting with the highly strange aerial phenomena. Afterward,
some military colleagues thought John either jumped on a craft of unknown
origin or was taken upward into a large, aerial light. Even now, thirty years
later, John has disturbing dreams and trouble sleeping. John had hypnosis
in 1988 that broke through some of his memory block. Then in October
2008, researcher Linda Moulton Howe found a hypnotherapist to help John
remember more about the telepathic lights.

Col. Charles Halt, USAF retired
Charles I. Halt is a retired United States Air Force colonel
and the former base commander of RAF Bentwaters, near
Woodbridge, Suffolk. After serving in Vietnam, Japan and
Korea, he was assigned to Bentwaters as deputy commander. The Rendlesham Forest incident of late December 1980 occurred shortly after that and he was an important witness to events on the second night of sightings.
In the late hours of December 27, and early December 28, 1980 then Lieutenant Colonel Halt led a patrol to investigate
an alleged UFO landing site near the eastern edge of Rendlesham Forest. During this investigation they witnessed several unidentified lights, most prominent of them being a bright flashing light in the direction of Orford Ness. In January 1981 Halt composed an official Air Force memorandum listing details of the events. The memo was then dispatched to the
Ministry of Defence. Halt also made an audio tape recording of the incident.
After retiring from the US Air Force in 1991, Halt made his first public appearance in a television
documentary, where he confirmed the authenticity of the Rendlesham Forest incident. In 1997 he was
interviewed by Georgina Bruni for a book about the Rendlesham event, You Can’t Tell the People. He
has also appeared in several television documentaries, including the three listed below.
In June 2010 Halt issued a notarized affidavit in which he summarized the alleged events of the
Rendlesham Forest UFO incident and concluded: “I believe the objects that I saw at close quarter were
extraterrestrial in origin and that the security services of both the United States and the United Kingdom
have attempted – both then and now – to subvert the significance of what occurred at Rendlesham
Forest and RAF Bentwaters by the use of well-practiced methods of disinformation.”
However, there are some contradictions between this affidavit and the events as recorded by Halt at the
time of the incident. On the other hand, his first recordings are similar in many points to another witness’
statement: Rick Bobo, who served at the base at the time of the incident told author Robert Hastings:
“The main object hovered out there for a long, long time [he had previously told Georgina Bruni “it was
up there for about five hours, just hovering”]. It never really moved anywhere else. It was kind of hard to
see, but it was slightly oblong, I guess, and I seem to recall it had bluish and reddish lights on it. When
the object first caught my eye, it was already stationary, I didn’t see it move to where it was and I didn’t
see it leave. After it was hanging there a long while, I saw things shooting off it, really, really fast, like
little sparks or something. Maybe four or five of them… They were shooting off in all directions, but up
into the sky, not down to the ground.”
TV Documentaries: Unsolved Mysteries – Bentwaters UFO; U.S. Sci Fi Channels “UFO Invasion at
Rendlesham”; U.S. History Channels “UFO Files – Britain’s Roswell; Galileo Mystery – Das UFO von
Bendlesham Forest.

Lt. Col. Dwynne Arneson, USAF retired
Dwynne Arneson served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force for
26 years, retiring in 1986 with the rank of Lt. Colonel. He held
positions in communications electronics worldwide including
Viet Nam. His last assignment was as Director of Logistics at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio. He served as
the commander of three different organizations. The highest
clearance he held was Top Secret/Crypto/Special
Compartmented Information/Talent Keyhole.
In 1967, he was Officer-in-Charge of the Communications
Center, 28th Air Division, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Great
Falls, Montana, where he was in charge of the Top Secret cryptographic account. He was also the Top
Secret Control Officer for the division and dispensed Top Secret nuclear launch authentication codes.
Upon retiring from the U.S. Air Force, he worked at Boeing Corporation as a computer systems analyst,
holding positions involving network design and computer systems security. He retired from in 2008.

Cpt. Robert Salas, USAF retired
Captain Salas was witness to one of the most important
and implicative incidents ever to occur in the United States
involving an unidentified flying object – the 1967 nuclear
missile shutdown at Malmstrom AFB in Montana.
Capt. Salas served on active duty with the U.S. Air Force
for seven years after graduation from the U.S. Air Force
Academy in 1964. He served at Tyndall AFB, Florida
before his assignment at Maelstrom in 1966. He earned a
masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Air
Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB,
Ohio. He also worked with the Titan III Missile Systems
program office at Los Angeles AFS. After being honorably
discharged from the Air Force in 1971, Mr. Salas briefly
worked as an engineer for Martin-Marietta Aerospace and Rockwell International. From 1974 until his
retirement in 1995, Mr. Salas worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as an aircraft structures
engineer. He is currently employed as a high school mathematics teacher.
His book, Faded Giant, written with James Klotz, goes into detail about the 1967 incident and
concomitant issues. He has spoken publicly about the Malmstrom events since 1995.

Leslie Kean
Leslie Kean is author the new book,
“UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government
Officials Go On the Record”, published
by the Crown Publishing Group/Random
House (www.UFOsOnTheRecord.com).
The book includes a foreword by John
Podesta and first-person contributions
written by highly credible military and
government officials from nine countries,
including five Generals.
Kean is an independent investigative
journalist who has been published
nationally and internationally in the
Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Providence Journal, International
Herald Tribune, Globe and Mail, Sydney Morning Herald, The Nation, and The Journal for Scientific
Exploration, among other publications. She is coauthor of Burma’s Revolution of the Spirit: The Struggle
for Democratic Freedom and Dignity and was also a producer and on-air host for a daily investigative
news program on KPFA radio, a Pacifica station.
Kean began publishing on the UFO subject in 2000, when her feature story about the French COMETA
Report appeared in the Boston Globe. In 2002, she co-founded the Coalition for Freedom of Information
(CFI), an independent alliance advocating for greater government openness on information about UFOs
and for responsible coverage by the media based on a rational and credible approach.
As director of the CFI, she began working on the Kecksburg UFO case in 2002, with the cooperation of
Stan Gordon. Kean was the plaintiff in a successful, four-year Freedom of Information Act federal lawsuit
against NASA, in which the agency was required to release hundreds of documents under court
supervision. She and her coalition have launched an ongoing initiative to affect US government policy so
that scientists and aviation authorities can gain greater understanding of the still-unexplained UFO
phenomenon.
Kean was a producer for the 2009 independent documentary I Know What I Saw directed by James Fox,
and is currently working with Break Thru Films, an award-winning film company, on a new feature
documentary.

Karl Wolf
Karl Wolf’s job in the Air Force was involved with repairing photographic
equipment. In 1965 he was assigned to a job which took him to a NASA
photographic laboratory where images from the lunar orbiter were being
received. The lunar orbiter is a space probe which had been orbiting the
moon, sending back detailed photographic images of the moon back to
earth. Now, from earth we only ever see one side of the moon, this is due to
the way the moon rotates always presenting the same face towards the
earth. Hence from earth there is an entire side of the moon that we never
see, ever. Here is a quote from Karl Wolf about his visit to the lab in 1965,
“I was interested in how the whole process functioned, how the data got from the lunar orbiter to the
laboratory, I asked the young man if he’d describe the process to be, he did. About thirty minutes into the
process he said to me, in a very distressed way, by the way we have discovered a base on the back side of
the moon. And then he proceeded to put photographs down in front of me and clearly in these photographs
were structures, mushroom shaped buildings, spherical buildings and towers. And at that point I was very
concerned because I knew we were working in compartmentalized security.” “I remember going home and
naively thinking I can’t wait to hear about this on the evening news, and here it is more than thirty years later
and I hope we hear about it tonight and I will testify under oath before congress.”

Mark McCandlish
Mark McCandlish grew up with an interest in aircraft and other modes of
transportation, from an early age. He joined the Air Force and later made use
of the G.I. Bill to attend Art Center College of Design. He later worked for a
short time in the Hollywood special effects business as a matte artist, and then
was hired by the General Dynamics Corporation in Pomona, California as a
technical illustrator and technical publications editor. During this time, Mark
also was given the opportunity to participate in a number of media orientation
rides in frontline U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard fighters, such as the F-
15 Eagle and the F-16 Fighting Falcon. In 1986, Mr. McCandlish became aware that the U.S. military
was in possession of some extraordinary technologies, and began to pursue his own private research
into where it came from and how it works. The research led to many strange events and encounters.
He is an accomplished aerospace illustrator and has worked for many of the top aerospace corporations
in the United States. His colleague, Brad Sorenson, with whom he studied, has been inside a facility at
Norton Air Force Base, where he witnessed alien reproduction vehicles, or ARVs, that were fully
operational and hovering. In his testimony, you will learn that the US not only has operational antigravity
propulsion devices, but we have had them for many, many years, and they have been developed through
the study, in part, of extraterrestrial vehicles over the past fifty years. In addition, we have the drawing
from aerospace inventor Brad Sorenson of the devices that he saw, as well as a schematic of one of
these alien reproduction vehicles – in some remarkable detail.

Fife Symington, III
Fife Symington comes from a wealthy Maryland family;
he is a great-grandson of steel magnate Henry Clay
Frick, and his father J. Fife Symington Jr. (1910–2007)
was United States ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago
1969-1971. His cousin, Stuart Symington, was a U.S.
Senator from Missouri and father of James Wadsworth
Symington, a U.S. Representative from that state. He
attended the prestigious Gilman School in Baltimore,
then attended Harvard University, graduating in 1968
with a degree in Dutch art history and was a member of
the Porcellian Club. He served in the United States Air
Force during the Vietnam War, stationed at Luke Air
Force Base in Maricopa County, Arizona. He remained in
Arizona and became involved in real estate
development, founding his own company, the Symington Company, in 1976.
Symington ran for governor of Arizona in 1990, taking 44% of the vote in the Republican and won the
final election with 52% of the vote. During his first term, the governor was the subject of an investigation
over his involvement with Southwest Savings and Loan, a failed Phoenix thrift. He was later cleared, and
won reelection handily in 1994.
Later, Symington was indicted on charges of extortion, making false financial statements, and of bank
fraud. He was convicted of bank fraud in 1997. As Arizona state law does not allow convicted felons to
hold office, Symington resigned his office on September 5, 1997. This conviction, however, was
overturned in 1999 by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
After graduating from the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Scottsdale, Symington helped found
the Arizona Culinary Institute, a professional cooking school that teaches the classic French method.
Symington is a founding partner of The Symington Group, a venture capital and strategic
business/political consulting firm.
In November 2006, Symington lost a bid to become the GOP Chair of his local legislative district. The
defeat in this district was the first electoral defeat of Symington’s career.
In April 2007, Symington was named chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Santa Barbara Botanic
Garden.
In 2007, Fife said that he had witnessed one of the “crafts of unknown origin” during the 1997 Phoenix
Lights event, but noted that he didn’t go public with the information. In an interview with The Daily
Courier in Prescott, Symington said:
I’m a pilot and I know just about every machine that flies. It was bigger than anything that I’ve ever seen.
It remains a great mystery. Other people saw it, responsible people. I don’t know why people would
ridicule it.
It was enormous and inexplicable. Who knows where it came from? A lot of people saw it, and I saw it
too. It was dramatic. And it couldn’t have been flares because it was too symmetrical. It had a geometric
outline, a constant shape.
However, when he was Governor in 1997, Symington promised he would look into the mass sighting, but
then quickly ridiculed it at a press conference where he had his chief of staff dress up in an alien
costume, telling reporters that they had found the culprit. His explanation today is that as a public official
he felt a responsibility to avoid public panic and therefore tried to introduce some levity into the situation.
On November 9, 2007, Symington appeared with a panel of guests discussing their UFO experiences on
Larry King Live. A few days later, on November 12, Symington acted as moderator for a UFO press
conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Other speakers included U.S./foreign military
witnesses/public officials involved in some major UFO cases, such as the 1980 Rendlesham Forest
incident, 1990 Belgium UFO incident, and 1976 Tehran UFO incident, and heads of some official foreign
government UFO investigations, such as Nick Pope in the U.K. and Claude Poher of France. They said
the phenomenon was quite real, should be taken seriously, and urged that the U.S. reopen its public
UFO investigation.
Symington also appeared as a witness of the Phoenix Lights in an updated version of the 2002 UFO
documentary Out of the Blue by filmmaker James Fox. Fox helped organize the witness panels for both
the Larry King show and follow-up National Press Club event.

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One Response to Government Proof of ET Presence

  1. Kirk says:

    Get r done

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