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originally posted by: vlawde
a reply to: Willtell
Contact is somewhat reminiscent of Bill Birne's old show UFO Hunters. I like it a lot better than Alien Highway.
Speaking of Bill Birnes, he tweeted in the past few weeks that "We're back" with a photo of the UFO Hunter's crew. Not clear if he meant it would be back on TV in reruns or new shows
Mr Luis Elizondo, who claims to have led a secret Pentagon UFO study known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program or AATIP, had a very interesting job title. Although his directorship of the UFO program is in dispute due to Pentagon statements denying his responsibilities on that program, his verified job title may provide some answers. It may be why his name appeared in a 2009 letter from Harry Reid seeking SAP status for the AATIP program (but was reported as being denied.) Some claim this was proof he worked on AATIP. Yet, his job title may offer another reason.
"Months ago I had some very important people from inside the government talking about (how) someday … I would possibly be able to meet — I remember the words — ‘You can’t know his name but if you were ever to know his name, you would have to keep the words to yourself to the day you die. Then I remember there was a big breakthrough where we started referring to this guy by the letter L. Days ago, this person finished his career at the Department of Defense as one of the senior covert intelligent officers in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.”"
originally posted by: mirageman
Does this prove TTSA had anything to do with influencing Naval policy?
Elizondo headed the Pentagon’s top-secret Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) from 2007 to 2012. An £18million project, it was tasked with investigating UFO sightings in the US and the rest of the world. The evidence was kept in a 600-page “blue book” named after Project Blue Book, the US government UFO study that ran from 1947 to 1969. Elizondo has one copy, which he keeps at an undisclosed location.
Narrated by former Blink 182 rocker and alien hunter Tom DeLonge, the series follows former US government worker Luis Elizondo’s quest to expose the truth about UFOs and the threat they could pose to humanity.
He [Zondo]sensationally quit the Government to become a freelance investigator, because he believed his colleagues were covering up the true extent of the threat posed by extra-terrestrial lifeforms...
Elizondo, who is the most significant member of the US Government to publicly say that he thinks aliens are real, says as the years went on, the number of alien sightings was increasing....
..... The evidence was kept in a 600-page “blue book” named after Project Blue Book, the US government UFO study that ran from 1947 to 1969.
Elizondo has one copy, which he keeps at an undisclosed location.
originally posted by: coursecatalog
a reply to: mirageman
Yes, the Daily Star is a rag. But surely they didn't pull that Blue Book completely out of thin air, no?