All branches of the U.S. military have Black Projects, and funding them seems to get successfully buried in the billions of dollars thrown at the top
half dozen defense contractors every year.
The TR-3B triangle is "our" ET-technology craft, Deep Black still. Both space and atmo capable in the latest versions, 2013 was the "Year of the
Angry Fireballs", where our TR-3Bs destroyed endless incoming fireballs/meteors before impact by shooting them thru with a Still Black
TR-3Bs were operational in the 1980s. But how did we pay for them? According to multiple sources, all the billions set aside for NASA to develop a
new shuttle to get us back and forth to the ISS (and maybe to the Moon again), were diverted to the TR-3B. Makes sense if one part of the TR-3B's
mission was to ferry astronauts to the ISS and Moon.
But that never happened. We started paying the Russians $60 million a seat to ferry our NASA astronauts to and from the ISS, while the TR-3B stayed
Deep Black and took up a more defensive position with the Angry Fireballs. (Not to mean that all those incoming fireballs were craft or sentient, but
were certainly "directed and malevolent weaponry.")
Do angry "others" in our solar system keep all our TR-3Bs tied up in war maneuvers? Couldn't we spring even one loose to ferry our astronauts
around with the craft's famous "gravity-cancelling" technology? Launch costs for all that super-expensive chemical fuel burned up in just the
launch-phase would be history overnight. And we'd finally have the funds to create a truly robust manned space program.
You can stay up long nights pondering all these questions. But this discussion is about trying to figure out where all the millions and billions come
from for ongoing Deep Black projects like the TR-3B program. Then I read this:
A HALF DOZEN PRICEY WEAPONS' PROGRAMS YOU PROBABLY DON'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT
It all starts with the arcane way the Pentagon classifies its acquisition programs. The first or top program, which 40% of weapons' programs fall
into, is fairly straight forward. But the second and third weapons' acquisition programs have fewer reporting requirements and are overseen at lower
organizational levels - although they may have annual funding needs just as significant as the top category.
So it would appear that weaponry funding for the second and third acquisitional levels may be where most Black Ops Programs are funded - with fewer
questions, mandated answers and less oversight.
Maybe super-knowlegable Zaphod58 - after he yells at me for the millionth time that the TR-3B doesn't exist - could shed some light on this byzantine
funding of Pentagon weaponry, and how easy it is to hide their Black Projects in the lessor couple levels.