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CIA Flying Saucers at Area 51

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SS Offi­cer Wern­er von Braun and Ger­man staff offi­cers

[7]COMMENT: For­mer Air Force Sergeant Robert Vinson–an eye­wit­ness to an Oswald dou­ble fly­ing out of Dal­las on 11/22/1963–was post­ed to Site 51 (“Area 51”) out­side of Las Vegas. 

While at the base, he learned of saucer-shaped air­craft being flown by the CIA at the base.

For more ont the sub­ject of so-called UFO’s, see FTR #‘s 66 [8], 67 [9], 68 [10]167 [11]178 [12]588 [13]639 [14]873 [15]874 [16],  as well as L‑1 [17] and L‑2 [18]

The devel­op­ment of so-called “fly­ing saucers” may well have evolved from Project Paper­clip and the incor­po­ra­tion of Third Reich rock­et and avi­a­tion spe­cial­ists, as well as advanced tech­nol­o­gy, into the U.S. nation­al secu­ri­ty estab­lish­ment. 

JFK and the Unspeak­able: Why He Died and Why It Mat­ters  [19]by James W. Dou­glass; Touch­stone Books [SC]; Copy­right 2008 by James W. Dou­glas; ISBN 978–1‑4391–9388‑4; p. 301 [19].

 . . . . On his new assign­ment, Vin­son would soon learn that the CIA’s projects out of Site 51 includ­ed exper­i­men­tal air­craft shaped like saucers. The same was true at the CIA’s oth­er base at Roswell, New Mex­i­co, where the C‑54 car­ry­ing the sec­ond Oswald had land­ed. Both Site 51 and Roswell were home to “fly­ing saucers” that peo­ple saw peri­od­i­cal­ly in the area. They in fact came not from out­er space but from the CIA, which encour­aged the fly­ing saucer reports as a con­ve­nient cov­er sto­ry for U.S. exper­i­men­tal air­craft. . . .