Someone on this forum recently hinted that it might be interesting to search the leaked Podesta e-mails for the term “Fastwalker”. So, of course,
I did. And it was indeed very interesting.
The mail is dated 6th of March, 2015, and is from Robert B Fish, or Bob Fish, who has written a book about the recovery of the Apollo 11 Capsule. You
can read more about him on his web pages
l. He has also seems to have worked in several
unnamed Technological companies, with technologies that has both commercial and National security applications.
Now Bob Fish writes Podesta about something he experienced in the cantina of a “highly classified organization in El Segundo, CA” and relates to
the USAF DSP satellite program. (Los Angeles Air Force Base
are located in El Segundo).
This is the mail: Leaked e-mail
It describes, as you can see, a very interesting track where an object seemed to enter the sensor view from the outside, and moved in a manner which
indicated it was under intelligent control.
The webpage indicated in the e-mail which Mr Fish seems to indicate to be very accurate it’s written by Tim Swartz and the link is here:
Link to article on ufodigest.com
Now wouldn’t it be interesting if there existed a treasure trove of tracks such as the one described in this e-mail, and we could compare that with
known events? Mr Fish seems to believe that this kind of data has been gathered by DSP satellites, and that it indeed still is.
There have been various purported leaks about the so called “fastwalkers” and that it is a term used to describe fast moving, unknown tracks on
radar and other sensor platforms, by operators which see them on their screens. There is a great thread here on ATS that have many pieces of
information on this, and related, subjects. The thread is called “NORAD and the UFO Smokescreen” and you can delve into it
. It deals in a large part with the work done by Paul Dean and published on his
. Paul Dean himself joins the thread, so worth a read.
Some links worth checking out if you too think this is interesting:
is a thesis called “Oribit Determination Of Sunlight
Illuminated Objects Detected By Overhead Platforms” from someone at Wright Patterson AFB published in 1989. The term "Fastwalker" is used
throughout the paper, and there is reference to DSP data being gathered from 1972.
The Defence Support Program (DSP) fact
(referenced in the mail, but since moved)
I, for one, think this is very fascinating.