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Originally posted by crowpruitt
I'd have to say dept of naval intelligence
The National Air and Space Intelligence Center, with headquarters at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, is the primary Department of Defense producer of foreign aerospace intelligence. NASIC develops its products by analyzing all available data on foreign aerospace forces and weapons systems to determine performance characteristics, capabilities, vulnerabilities, and intentions. Center assessments are also an important factor in shaping national security and defense policies. As the DoD experts on foreign aerospace system capabilities, the center historically has also been involved in supporting American weapons treaty negotiations and verification.
CIA: synthesis and analysis, human intelligence
DNI, AFOSI: human intelligence/security re military facilities
DOE: physics and engineering
NSA: signal communication & acquisition, linguistics, cryptography, math
USAF, NRO: tracking atmospheric & space objects
Originally posted by dOmeshoT
Despite its name, the "Department of the Navy" has very LITTLE to do with the actual United States Navy. Its existence is known only by an extremely limited number of individuals and its actual mission is known by an even smaller number. The Department of the Navy's purpose is to direct extraordinary unique activities in relation to extraterrestrial biological entities [EBEs] and alien technologies with the primary missions of combating alien operations which are hostile to the national security of the United States, gathering and exploiting alien technologies, and the containment of premature disclosure of information regarding the presence and intentions of the EBEs.
Originally posted by JSR
the agency with the most knowlage would be [REMOVED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT].
that agency used to be headed up by [REMOVED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT] who used to work for [REMOVED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT].
some say the agency is based in New Mexico. it realy resides in [REMOVED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT].
anyway, hope that helps.
Which would would have authority over the others on this topic? In other words who tells who what to do? For example the military operates Area 51 , however the base was built because the CIA comissioned it. So in this instance yes the Air Force runs the base, and yes DOE scientists likely work there, however the true puppet masters would have to be the CIA or someone above them. This is just my own conclusions... but I would assume one agency has more controlling rights than the others regarding alien/ufos (if they even exist).
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