Robert Wood, PhD

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.

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