UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 15, 2011 - Science - 336 pages
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Foreword by Jacques F. Vallee

Introduction by Burt Rutan

Commentary by Tom Clancy

A never-before-heard firsthand account of a government insider’s experience on the cutting edge of UFO exploration

While still on active duty in the U.S. Army during the 1980s, Colonel John B. Alexander, Ph.D., created an interagency group to explore the controversial topic of UFOs. Participants came from the Army, Navy, Air Force, CIA, NSA, DIA, and the aerospace industry. All members held Top Secret clearance. What they discovered was not at all what was expected. UFOs covers the numerous cases they saw, and answers questions like:

• What was really in Hanger 18?

• Did a UFO land at Holloman Air Force Base?

• What happened at Roswell?

• What is Majestic 12?

• What is the Aviary?

• What does the government know about UFOs?

• What has happened with disclosure in other countries?

• Has the U.S. reverse engineered a UFO?

• Why don’t presidents get access to UFO info?

UFOs is at once a complete account of Alexander’s findings, and a call to action. There are no conspiracy theories here—only hard facts—but they are merely the beginning. Serious research is needed in order to understand and anticipate the workings of UFOs, and John Alexander is leading the charge.

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Review: UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities

User Review  - Nicholas Guzzo - Goodreads

Smart. Credible. Fascinating. Dr. John Alexander is better connected, more experienced and more enthusiastic than any other UFO writer I've come across. He's a skeptic of ill-founded UFO evidence and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Charles Reimler - Goodreads

Positive Is Specific Valid Undeniable UFO Evidence Solid Credibility! Read full review

About the author (2011)

Dr. John B. Alexander, a Green Beret combat veteran, was a colonel when he retired from the U.S. Army; a project manager at Los Alamos National Laboratory; a member of NATO, National Research Council, and Council on Foreign Relations, studies of non-lethal weapons; a consultant to the National Intelligence Council, CIA, US Special Operations Command, and the Army Science Board. He is widely published in several areas.  Currently he is a senior fellow at a DoD university and lives with his wife, Victoria, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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