It comes as no surprise, as celebrities and gangsters were being watched -- so were the politicians. The following is a list of released records.
In 1959 the CIA selected Lockheed's A-12 over a Convair proposal called KINGFISH.
This category archives documents relating to advanced propulsion systems and related information on Deep Space travel.
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Directives
From April of 1956, to the Fall of 1980, the NSA published the "NSA Technical Journal" which contained articles and intelligence on all sorts of topics.
Teetering on Martial Law, these documents describe how the military and government can get involved in civil disturbances.
The following documents are currently not categorized in their proper sub-category. Until then, they will be indexed here.
Extra Sensory Perception (ESP)
Aaron H. Swartz (November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013) was an American computer programmer, writer, political organizer, and Internet activist.
The following documents relate to the elections in the United States Electoral Process. The documents are broken down by year of document.
In July of 2013, internet rumors began circulating about a DARPA research project aimed at controlling the human mind.
Wartime Tactics and Strategies
Nine Eleven. 9-11. 9/11. No matter how you type it – those two numbers put together invokes an array of emotions. Terror… fear… anxiety… sadness… vengeance and even evil.
A "dull sword" is an Air Force reporting term that marks reports of minor incidents involving nuclear weapons,
The following are uncategorized documents from the Cold War era. They are listed on this page until they are properly categorized.
The Lockheed U-2, nicknamed "Dragon Lady", is a single-engine, high-altitude aircraft flown by the United States Air Force and previously flown by the Central Intelligence Agency.
The following list of documents pertain to famous gangsters throughout the decades.
"Fastwalkers" is a term created by the North American Aerospace Defense Command to classify Unidentified Flying Objects
US Intelligence Report: Iran with Capability to Strike US by 2014
Stealth technology also known as LO technology (low observable technology) is a sub-discipline of military electronic countermeasures
The following documents were obtained from the Department of the Army.
This category provides documents relating to the colonization, mining and construction on planetary/extraterrestrial surfaces.
Espionage or spying involves an individual obtaining information that is considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information.
A Pulsating Anti-Gravity Suit for Acceleration Protection: System Description and Preliminary Experiments
This collection of declassified analytic monographs and reference aids, designated within the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
The term electromagnetic pulse (sometimes abbreviated EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic radiation that results from an explosion (usually from the detonation of a nuclear weapon)...
The following is a list of DoD Instructions currently obtained under the FOIA. Not all instructions are released to the public on the DoD website, and once received are archived here.
VX (S-[2-(diisopropylamino)ethyl]-O-ethyl methylphosphonothioate) is an extremely toxic substance whose only application is in chemical warfare as a nerve agent.
It was one of the biggest tragedies that America had ever seen in modern history.
This sections archived documents pertaining to the World War I era.
Miscellaneous Records on Space
Intellipedia is an online system for collaborative data sharing used by the United States Intelligence Community (IC).
Unexplained Shaking in California - 03/2009
The following list of documents pertain to FBI files and the Cold War era.
The X-planes are a series of experimental United States aircraft (and some rockets) used for testing of new technologies and usually kept highly secret during development.
Misc. documents on different weapon systems.
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is an unpiloted aircraft. UAVs come in two varieties: some are controlled from a remote location
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Controversy, 2009 involving director Yosi Sergant and the United We Serve program
Oklahoma City Bombing, April 19, 1995
In the early 1960s, Bell Aerosystems built a rocket pack which it called the "Bell Rocket Belt" or "man-rocket"
The Iraqi Perspectives Project --
Saddam and Terrorism: Emerging Insights from Captured Iraqi Documents