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Originally posted by IsaacKoi
The alleged composition of MJ-12 was exactly right for the task of developing a plan to safeguard American leadership.
Certainly COG is a perfect fit. They were the right people, at the right time, involved in the right mission. That is, if they ever did exist.
Originally posted by KaiDKravitVALIS42
Maj. Donald Keyhoe (who headed 'Blue Book' or 'Project: Sign for many years) devoted almost his whole career to attempting to identify this organization and what their agenda really was.
In 1956, Keyhoe cofounded the National Investigations Committee On Aerial Phenomena (NICAP). He was one of several prominent professional, military or scientific figures on the board of directors, which lent the group a degree of legitimacy many of the other contemporary "flying saucer clubs" sorely lacked.
NICAP founder Thomas Townsend Brown was ousted as director in early 1957 after facing repeated charges of financial ineptitude. Keyhoe replaced him; he was only slightly better at managing NICAP's finances, and the group continued their efforts