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Now, for the first time, UFO investigator, Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D. - who has worked more than 30 years as a research physicist at the U. S. Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia - is reporting information he learned from an American Air Force officer in late 1985 to early 1986, which includes American aggression against a UFO and retaliation. Dr. Maccabee and I know the true identity of the source, but at the present time, the man will be called "Hawk." In the late 1950s, Hawk became a weather officer for the U. S. Air Force. Then he studied geology and by the mid-1960s, was doing geological measurements related to underground atomic bomb tests. A decade later in the 1970s, Hawk was working in the advanced physics branch of the Foreign Technology Division at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.
Hawk was known to another Wright-Patterson scientist named Robert Collins, co-author of the 2005 book entitled Exempt from Disclosure, written with former Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) counter-intelligence agent, Richard C. Doty. Hawk's knowledge about UFOs is discussed in the book, which provoked Dr. Maccabee to finally release the details of his own discussion with Hawk twenty years ago. Ironically, it was Robert Collins back then who arranged the meeting between Bruce Maccabee and Hawk.
HAWK: Ernie Kellerstrauss, security cleared for UFO information;
worked at Wright-Patterson AFB in the 1970s and reportedly lived
with an extraterrestrial for a while.
Originally posted by Zep Tepi
Of the names mentioned so far on this thread - and taken from the same source above - we have the following other members of "The Aviary":
Robert Collins - Condor
Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D - Sea Gull
Richard C. Doty - Falcon
Yes, I'd say that was interesting...
Originally posted by promomag
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An Air Force captain,
now a retired colonel, was EBE-1's constant companion. At first
communication with it was almost impossible; then a speech device
which enabled the being to speak a sort of English was implanted
in its throat. It turned out that EBE-1, the equivalent of a
mechanic on a spaceship, related what it knew of the nature and
purpose of the visitation.