EG&G is a name that is well and truly linked to Area 51, in fact it is said that they own most of the work force that are working at Area51. So while
I was looking up information on EG&G on their web site www.egginc.com...
I noticed that at the bottom of the page was written "EG&G is a part of
the Carlyle Group. So I went to their website www.thecarlylegroup.com...
Guess whose name I found? Here is a clue he is the Chairman of Carlyle
Yep here he is the one the only The Rt. Honorable John Major, CH.
Here is what it had to say.
Chairman of Carlyle Europe
Former Prime Minister John Major was appointed Chairman of Carlyle Europe in May 2001 and has been a member of Carlyleís European Advisory Board since
Mr. Major had a long and distinguished career as a Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, serving in government for 16 years and as a cabinet
member for 10 years. He became Chief Secretary to the Treasury in 1987. In 1989, he was appointed Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth
Affairs, before being appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer in October of that year. He was appointed Prime Minister on November 28, 1990, and served
in that position until May 1997.
As Prime Minister, Mr. Major focused his efforts upon securing peace in Northern Ireland and upholding Britainís position in the world community as a
political, social and economic leader. He was Prime Minister throughout the Gulf War and, at home, instigated long-term reforms in education, health
and public services. On New Yearís Day 1999, The Queen appointed him a Companion of Honour in recognition of his initiation of the Northern Ireland
Peace Process. On the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Mr. Major was appointed Legal Guardian to Their Royal Highnesses Princes William and
Mr. Major is a Non-Executive Director of the Mayflower Corporation and Chairman of the European Advisory Council of the Emerson Electric Company in
St. Louis. He is Chairman of the Council of the Ditchley Foundation and on the International Advisory Boards of the Peres Center for Peace in Israel,
the InterAction Council in Tokyo and the Baker Institute in Houston.