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Advanced Aviation Threat Programme
December 18, 2017
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The existence of this program has recently been confirmed. Yet very little has surfaced about exactly its prime purpose, authority, scope of inquiry and exactly what its final conclusions are to Gophers. aviation unknowns, UFOs, and other related aerial targets detected, sighted or tracked. Further whom had access to these reports, was NORAD involved for example after all that is their primary mission.


Yet if Senator Reid was accurate it his statement that is was "black money" then any FOIA request to be processed correctly would require DOD personnel assigned to the FOIA request to search appropriate data bases. Yet if it is/was a black program do you really think it would turn up on a SIPRNET, JWICS, or other known database systems? Maybe its stored on a stand alone data base system which requires actual physical presence and special clearance to even know that it exists.

January 21, 2018
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John Greenewald
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Did you see my write up here?



John Greenewald, Jr.
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Methinks it is yet another case of "let not the left hand know what the right hand doeth".

Reid's buddy Bigelow's been after LGM for years; rather than "too big to shush", he's been a useful pal- and who knows, maybe his inflation concepts will actually succeed in keeping the machine-poison that is lunar dust out of those enormous lava tubes. Awful hard to test accurately down here, though.

Let's see if any more fluttering comes from this flagpole...


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