BUILDING A SECRET AIR FORCE : The CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs

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letter, letters dealing, life science division, lloyd berkner, lloyd w. berkner, major donald e. keyhoe, major james f. byrne, major keyhoe, major lawrence j. tacker, major thacker, marie maier, marine corps, max millikan, memorandum, mike wallace, military unconventional aircraft, nathan twining, national aeronautics, national archives, national investigations committee, national photographic interpretation center, national security council, national security resources board, new jersey, new mexico, new york, new york city, object near baku, office national estimates, old lace, ologist donald keyhoe, ologist leon davidson, ologist stanton t. friedman, osi, out there, overhead reconnaissance, p. with keyhoe, panel, patterson air force base, philip g. strong, philip j. klass, philip strong, possible soviet flying saucers, president truman, presidents carter, privacy coordinator, project, project staff, prometheus books, r. jack smith, r. james woolsey, r. v. jones, radio code recording, ralph c. mayher, ralph e. mayher, ralph l. clark, record group, reports, requirements staff, richard h. hall, richard m. bissell, robert a. everett, robert amory, robert c. seamans, robert f. parkard, robertson, robertson panel, robertson panel meeting, robertson report, roscoe hillenkoetter, samuel a. goudsmit, samuel goudsmit, scientific affairs, scientific contact branch, scientific intelligence, scientific panel, secret quest, see air force, see cabell, see chadwell, see deputy chief, see dr, see edward tauss, see fred c. durant, see george o. forrest, see good, see gregory w. pedlow, see hector quintanilla, see j. arnold shaw, see jacobs, see john t. hazen, see klass, see lamountain, see lexow, see maxwell w. hunter, see odarenko, see pedlow, see peebles, see r. p. b. lohmann, see ralph l. clark, see reber, see report, see reuben efron, see richard d. drain, see richard j. warshaw, see robert amory, see robertson report, see skakich, see strong, see support, see support division, 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