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In the 1970-2 period, I
personally read such classified reports of recoveries when I was a young lieutenant
serving at the AF Weapons Lab at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, New Mexico. One case I
distinctly remember involved fragments of the heat shield of an off-course spy satellite
that allowed analysts to assess the pressurized canister volume – that material was picked
up by a missionary in southern Africa and mailed to a military intelligence contact he
originally posted by: Bloodydagger
originally posted by: miragemanI think the jury is still out on this case. Something came down in Kecksburg but as to what it was remains unknown.
Perhaps this time next year we will know some more with it being the 50th anniversary. If it was a secret experimental US craft or even something Soviet then surely we should be told 50 years after the date?
Well, a lot of people still feel like the Roswell case is still open for debate too. A lot feel like whatever crashed, was a top secret military craft of some sort as well. You'll find a lot of people not buying the official stories of Roswell.
So Military craft or not, there is something amiss about the Kecksburg incident.
And yeah, I agree. I don't think this is "case closed" either and there is a lot more to it.