My Take on the "new" Majestic Documents that refer to the Aztec story
Cabell's directive to the CIA re: Unconventional Aircraft in 1950. Note that this predates the Robertson Panel by three years!
Some Information obtained from the Central Intelligence Agency's On-Line Library, There is scant evidence to bolster the Russians were about to attack scenario, to explain the air alert beginning on the morning of 25 March 1948
Three articles dealing with my research into the date 25 March 1948 Please ignore references to my old Blog
This is a snippet from the minutes of the March, 1948 meeting with the AF Scientific Advisory Board.
Colonel McCoy continued with, "I can't even tell you how much we would give to have one of those crash in an area so that we could recover whatever they are"
This statement is interesting for many reasons. The same phraseology had been utilized at other times to call attention to the fact that no artifacts from any unknown object had been recovered, or analyzed by the Intelligence departments of our government.
Originally downloaded from the bluebookarchive.org website. Notice that it seems to have been purposely disfigured
One of the first showed up on one of the pages of the Schulgen or Twining document:
"(2) The lack of physical evidence in the shape of crash recovered exhibits which would undeniably prove the existence of these objects."
This statement is also somewhat puzzling, in that the opinion offered, according to the SECRET memo to General Schulgen, had been done so by the engineering departments who specialized in studying physical artifacts, such as captured foreign aircraft. Why would they be the ones to author the report? And what was their opinion?
"a. The phenomenon reported is something real and not visionary or fictitious. b. There are objects probably approximating the shape of a disc, of such appreciable size as to appear to be as large as man-made aircraft."
Not only did they consider the "Flying Discs" real, but according to one-time Deputy Director of both the Central Intelligence Group, and the Central Intelligence Agency, Colonel, and then Brig. General Edwin K. Wright, debris had indeed been recovered and analyzed.
In a classified memo regarding the so-called "Ghost Rockets" seen over Sweden after World War Two, then Colonel Wright said, "Although ten such missiles have fallen within Sweden, the Swedish General Staff has as yet been unable to reach firm conclusions on the basis of the fragments recovered"
(see: UFOs and Government © 2012 the UFO History Group; Chapter2: Ghost Rockets ; The document is reproduced on pages 22 and 23 )