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Retired USAF General Makes Claims About Advanced Space Technology

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posted on Dec, 16 2019 @ 10:03 AM
This is something I found interesting. A retired Air Force General has made some eyebrow raising claims:

Recently retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Steven L. Kwast gave a lecture last month that seems to further signal that the next major battlefield will be outer space. While military leadership rattling the space sabers is nothing new, Kwast’s lecture included comments that heavily hint at the possibility that the United States military and its industry partners may have already developed next-generation technologies that have the potential to drastically change the aerospace field, and human civilization, forever.

And before this he was blacklisted from promotion for speaking out about space related issues despite a gag order:

Lt. Gen. Kwast most recently served as Commander of the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), but retired in August. According to some reports, Kwast was prematurely relieved of his duties at JBSA and blacklisted for promotion after speaking out on space-related issues despite a service-wide gag order. Kwast declined to comment on the reports and retired on September 1, 2019.

Here’s the juicy part:

"The technology is on the engineering benches today. But most Americans and most members of Congress have not had time to really look deeply at what is going on here. But I’ve had the benefit of 33 years of studying and becoming friends with these scientists. This technology can be built today with technology that is not developmental to deliver any human being from any place on planet Earth to any other place in less than an hour."


Any other place in less than an hour. This really makes me take into consideration the Navy patent about mass canceling technology. Maybe by now they have something even more advanced?

posted on Dec, 16 2019 @ 10:08 AM
Please use existing thread.


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