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Offline robomont

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Re: The Day Before Roswell
« Reply #255 on: July 25, 2016, 05:25:28 PM »
so eighthman,are you wilcox?
the circle of ufo guys seems to shrink.i like the link.
where do you build a mile long craft and hide it from the ruskies?
my guess is you change the plans and build tr3bs in canada.or maybe thats where the mile long craft were built.
ive seen tr plans and they are feasible.plus lots of i witnesses and patents to back it up.
but that ukraine gold ship could be one.it was really big.what gets me is gold is garbage,what purpose is it needed for by an advanced civilization?

if its true there are civilizations,are they free are enslaved?
maybe we should free them.
just thoughts off the top of my head.
ive never been much for rules.
being me has its priviledges.

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Re: The Day Before Roswell
« Reply #256 on: August 21, 2016, 06:27:46 PM »


Interesting timeline of events just after The Roswell crash -


"July 3, 1947. The Army Air Force states, “If some foreign power is sending flying disks over the United States, it is our responsibility to know about it and take proper action.”


July 4. The press reports that military facilities along the West Coast of the United States have fighters on standby in case the “disks” returned.


July 5. Pentagon Army Air Force Captain Tom Brown tells Major Donald Keyhoe, USMC, “We just can’t ignore it.

There are too many reliable pilots telling the same story—flat, round objects able to outmaneuver ordinary planes, and faster than anything we have.”

Brown confirms that military facilities were on alert to investigate the appearance of the flying disks.

Another source tells Keyhoe that some commanders had been given orders to “shoot the unknowns down” if possible.


July 6. An Army Air Force representative states, “We still haven’t the slightest idea what they could be. However, we don’t believe anyone in this country, or outside of this country, has developed a guided missile.…”

Rancher W.W. Brazel, outside of Roswell, New Mexico, reports a crash of a flying saucer.

Army intelligence officers are sent to investigate.

Major General Clements McMullen, deputy commander/chief of Staff of the Strategic Air Command, orders some of the wreckage to be flown immediately to Washington.


July 7. New Mexico Senior Senator Carl Hatche requests an emergency meeting with President Truman.

General Hoyt F. Vandenberg, chief of staff of the Army Air Force, has his entire day occupied by phone calls and meetings about the arrival of the disks.

Lt. General Nathan Twining, commander of the Air Materiel Command (AMC) headquartered at Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio, unexpectedly flies to New Mexico.
He remains there for the next five days. Wright Field admits to investigating reports of disks seen in the Pacific Northwest and in Texas.


July 8. Army Air Force intelligence is a flurry of activity because of military sightings in California.

The chief of the Requirements Intelligence Branch of Army Air Force Intelligence, Brigadier General George F. Schulgen, brings one of the F-51 pilots from Muroc who saw a “flat, light-reflecting object” at high altitude near Mount Baldy to the Pentagon for interrogation.

A special meeting is called at the Pentagon by Vandenberg of the Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), chaired by electrical engineer and initiator of the Manhattan Project, Dr. Vannevar Bush.

Immediately after the meeting, the Pentagon issues a press release stating that the “flying saucers definitely were not spaceships.”

The Army publicly announces, in a press release by RAAF Public Information Officer Walter Haut, their recovery of an actual “flying disk” on a ranch outside of Roswell, New Mexico.

The Air Force also reveals it was checking out a report from C.T. Zohm, a Navy rocket engineer who, in the company of three other scientists, was on a secret mission in New Mexico when they observed a silvery, bright disk at low altitude moving northward across open desert.

Later that afternoon, the FBI is informed that the disk brought to Fort Worth AAF from Roswell was suspended by a balloon and was sent, after transfer to the Eighth Air Force in Fort Worth, Texas, to Wright Field for analysis.

The FBI states, “Disc and balloon being transported to Wright Field by special plane for examination. Information provided this office because of national interest in case and fact that National Broadcasting Company, Associated Press, and others attempting to break story of location of disc today.

Major Kirton [Headquarters, 8th Air Force] advised would request Wright Field to advise Cincinnati Office results of examination.”

From Washington, the intelligence division of the War Department sends out the order that all of their field agents should “suggest saucers are radar targets for weather observation purposes.”

Meanwhile, back in Roswell, rumors escalate that aliens were invading their community and were out in the street.

Rancher Brazel, who first discovered the strange debris, is abducted by the military and kept in custody for the next five days.


July 9. General Schulgen calls the FBI and urgently requests their cooperation in solving the problem of the flying disks.

At 10:30 a.m., Lt. General James Doolittle, former Commander of the Eighth Air Force, and General Vandenberg meet with Secretary of War for Air, Stuart Symington.

Major General Leslie Groves, head of the Armed Forces Special (Atomic) Weapons Project, and General Robert Montague, commander, Army Guided Missile School, meet with Lt. General Curtis LeMay, deputy chief of Air Staff for Research and Development at the Pentagon.

Doolittle had investigated the 1946 ghost rocket phenomenon for Vandenberg and allegedly informed President Harry S. Truman that the objects were “most likely of unknown origin.” Vandenberg will join the meeting in progress.

At 10:50, Doolittle, Vandenberg, and Symington meet in the office of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the chief of staff of the Army. Major General Lauris Norstad, director of the Plans and Operations Division of the War Department, is also present.

At 11:58, Vandenberg calls President Truman.

At 12:15 p.m., Doolittle and Vandenberg meet with the president.

At 12:50, Vandenberg and Symington meet with the Joint Chiefs.

At 2:20, Vandenberg and Symington meet again.

At 2:40, Secretary of War Robert Patterson meets with Groves and Montague.

New Mexico Senator Carl Hatche has an unscheduled private meeting with President Truman that same afternoon.

At 4:15, Vandenberg meets with Major General Emmett O’Donnell, director of information, Army Air Force Public Relations.

The year before, O’Donnell was the deputy chief of engineering of the Army Technical Services Command, which would become the AMC.

Elsewhere around the nation, banner headlines fill the morning and afternoon edition newspapers explaining away all the excitement in the sleepy southwestern town of Roswell.

The country breathes a sigh of relief; it is merely a weather balloon device.
However, some are not buying it.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal, along with dozens of other newspapers, carries a United Press story: “Reports of flying saucers whizzing through the sky fell off sharply today as the Army and the Navy began a concentrated campaign to stop the rumors.”

The story went on to describe that AAF headquarters in Washington “delivered a blistering rebuke to officers at Roswell.”

In reality, the latter never occurred.

The Washington Post reported, “At first they gave the bare details of the finding of the object, then they clamped down a security lid on any further information on the grounds that it was high-level stuff.”

The Roswell Daily Record added, “The Army isn’t telling its secrets yet, from all appearances when this was written.”

During the next week, however, an inconsistent reaction on the part of the government began to develop.

Something had happened to send officials into cover-up mode, and every effort was being made to play down the situation.

On its face, this was totally inconsistent with the responsibility of the U.S. military to defend the country from the air in the case of unknown objects reported in the sky.

The Pentagon was forced to admit that they did not have full radar coverage of the continental United States.

All the more reason for pilots throughout the nation to be on 24-hour alert during this alarming situation.

Unofficially, numerous pilots confirmed that they were ordered to bring down the disks if humanly possible.


July 10. U.S. government intelligence feigns disinterest in the phenomena.

President Truman holds a news conference, during which he is asked about the flying disks.

He says they reminded him of the notorious Moon Hoax of 1835, when a writer for the New York Sun published a series of articles about the discovery of people on the moon by astronomer Sir John Hershel.

The articles were written as a satire.

Brigadier General Roger Ramey, commander of the Eighth Air Force, who had just identified the Roswell disk at a press conference in Fort Worth, gives a radio interview in El Paso, Texas.

When the radio announcer asks about all of the other flying disk reports throughout the country, Ramey jokes that that was true, except for Kansas, “which is a dry state.”


From "INSIDE THE REAL AREA 51 - The Secret History of Wright-Patterson"  Carey/Schmitt





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