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SAIC has traditionally operated as a very secretive, low-profile company that shunned publicity and diffused little information about its activities.

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While the need to detect such "killer asteroids" is obvious, smaller "near-Earth asteroids" (NEA) can also cause devastation. In fact, NASA set a goal to identify 90 percent of the NEAs that measure one kilometer in diameter or larger by 2008.

SAIC Algorithmic Testbed for Asteroid Detection (SALTAD)
Summer/Fall 2007

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Rorbert Gates: (replacing Donald Rumsfeld)

Member of the Board

Bobby Ray Inman:

Former Directors

Member of the Board

From: January 12, 1994 press release/letter mailed to several
members of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Has Secretary of Defense designate Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, Ret., made
statements indicating that the U.S. Government has extraterrestrial craft in
its possession? Admiral Inman has been credited with making such statements
which have been construed as meaning that he was aware:

The statements in question have been published in the United Kingdom and the
United States in the books:

  1. Alien Liaison (UK), 1991
  2. Alien Update (US), 1993
  3. Alien Contact: Top-Secret UFO Files Revealed (US), 1993 (reiterated in a slightly different form)

All by Timothy Good.

In connection with what Scully (Frank Scully's Behind The Flying Saucers) learned about the craft being manafactured in segments, retired Rear Admiral Summer Shapiro, a former Director of Naval Intelligence (with a background in engineering), reportedly revealed some interesting information during a meeting with former NASA contacted engineer Bob Oechsler. The meeting, in 1989, had been instigated by Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, former Director of Naval Intelligence, Director of the National Security Agency and Deputy Director of the CIA. (13)

As reported in in Above Top Secret, I corresponded at some length with Admiral Stansfield Turner, Director of the CIA (DCI) from 1977 to 1981, and asked him several times if he was aware of a Majestic-12 group. This was the only question he refrained from responding to. 12 However, Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, Deputy Director of the CIA (DDCI) from 1981 to 1982, who had been director of Naval Intelligence as well as of the National Security Angency, indirectly acknowledged the existence of 'MJ-12' during a brief meeting with the investigator Bob Oechsler in Maryland in May 1988, at a ground-breaking ceremony for the National Security Agency's new supercomputer facility for the Institute for Defense Analyses, of which Inman was a former director. 13 (13)

12. Good, Timothy, Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-up, Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1987, p. 359.
13. Good, Timothy, Alien Liason: The Ultimate Secret, Century, London, 1991, p. 187.

In 1989, on my behalf and that of Lord Hill-Norton, investigator Bob Oechsler spoke by telephone to Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, whose former posts included that of Director of the NSA as well as Deputy Director of the CIA and Director of Naval Intelligence. At one point in the recorded conversation, Oechsler asked: 'Do you anticipate that any of the recovered vehicles would ever become available for technological research - outside of the military circles?

'I honestly don't know,' responded Admiral Inman. 'Ten years ago the answer would have been no. Whether as time has evolved they are beginning to become more open on it, there's a possibility...'17 When the story came out, Inman claimed to a reporter that the subject of the conversation had been submarines, not aliens. (13)

17. See Alien Liaison/Alien Contact.

According to my information, the project was the brainchild of John Alexander, a former Army colonel, and the committe was nominally sanctioned by the Army Science Board and Army Laboratory Command. The research effort, I am told, appears to have been a 'major engineering project' under Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, former CIA Deputy Director, Director of the National Security Agency.

Several attendees have confirmed for me that the meetings at BDM [McClean Secure Facility, Virginia] were related to what later became known as the UFO Working Group. One attendee was Dr Robert M. Wood, a now retired aeronautical engineer whose career included forty-three years with McDonnell Douglas. He now devotes wuch of his time to UFO research. (13)

In an extended research-based review of Alien Liaison for Lobster Magazine, Dr Armen Victorian rubbishes claims Good makes on behalf of several of his key witnesses, including Admiral Bobby Ray Inman and retired Rear Admiral Shapiro. As one example, the review quotes Inman (in a letter to Victorian): "My conclusion from the pages I have seen is that the book is without any merit"

Lobster Magazine 23, 1992

Red Flag: "Dr Armen Victorian" was one of several pseudonyms used by Habib (Henry) Azadehdel, others included; Dr Alan Jones, Cassava N'tumba and Julian Philips. I expect that "Dr Victorian" will be well known to many, he was a regular contributor to several UFO and related periodicals, in particular conspiracy journal Lobster Magazine. He was also the author of a book, published in 1999 entitled; The Mind Controllers.

Red Flag: Col. John B. Alexander

Armen Victorian who squared off with Alexander during the period Howard Blum was researching the UFO Working Group, described Alexander’s role, and the start-up of the group this way,

John Alexander's position as the Program Manager for Contingency Missions of Conventional Defense Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratories, enabled him to exploit the Department of Defense's Project Reliance "which encourages a search for all possible sources of existing and incipient technologies before developing new technology in-house" to tap into a wide range of exotic topics, sometimes using defense contractors, e.g., McDonnell Douglas Aerospace. I have several reports, some of which were compiled before his departure to the Los Alamos National Laboratories when he was with Army Intelligence, which show Alexander's keen interest in any and every exotic subject--UFOs, ESP, psychotronics, anti- gravity devices, near-death experiments, psychology warfare and non-lethal weaponry.

Having received a lead on the group Blum decided to investigate the UFO Working Group. The story of what he discovered was written up in a widely distributed 1990 book, "Out There: The Government’s Secret Quest for Extraterrestrials."

The UFO Working Group was a "group of insiders who were looking for the insider group." They were desperately seeking the crashed flying saucers, and MJ-12 group just like the rest of Ufology. They believed, according to some, that there was an unknown mysterious engineering project run by either Admiral Bobby Ray Inman or General John J. Sheehan. A lot of black budget money was known to be flowing in that direction. No one, however, seemed able to get anything concrete on the group.

The Washington-based U.S. Global Strategy Council (USGSC) existed from 1981 to about 1995 and was a think tank focused on setting coherent long range strategic goals for the United States. Clearly a bastion of America's permanent government, it mainly focused on worldwide anti-communist subversion. It also pushed for the development of non-lethal weaponry (130) and the costly Stars Wars program. Star Wars was later accused of having served as a bogus front operation through which vast amounts of funds were diverted (131) into a variety of black programs. Interestingly, electromagnetic and psychotronic weapons are the top suspects these black programs allegedly dealt with (132).

The members of the USGSC (initially 70 or so) had close ties to the Military Industrial complex, including highest level (often retired) representatives of the Navy, the Air Force, the Army, the intelligence agencies, shady defense corporations as SAIC, private business groups, and unusual religious interests as the Moonies and Knights of Malta. Over the years, known members have included...Admiral Bobby Ray Inman.

Bobby Ray Inman, former NSA, was the head of JPL's Oversight Committee at Caltech:

Daniel S. Goldin [NASA's Chief Administrator] divulged on March 29, 2000, the day after the report who was in control and the existence of an oversight committee that nobody at JPL knew existed. I'd also like to acknowledge Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, head of the JPL Oversight Committee at Cal Tech

Worse, SAIC is a bit of a black box--much of what it does is proprietary or even top-secret, so it's hard to tell whether what SAIC provides is necessary and effective. Science Applications International Corp.,

SAIC = "NSA West" inside the intelligence community. Little-known contractor has close ties with staff of NSA January 29, 2006.

A suit brought against the CIA by CAUS (Citizens Against UFO Secrecy) forced the NSA to turn over 160 UFO related documents with blacked out lines trought most of the documents.

Taking the UFO Case to Court

After the hearing last month, Gersten received a congratulatory email from Will Miller, retired commander of the U.S. Naval Reserve:

"I am certain that the documentation you seek exists [...] At the sametime, I firmly believe that many senior government officials, such as the director of DIA with whom I recently met on this subject, are 'protected and isolated' from knowledge of this subject and from data gathered by their own Department of Defense intelligence organizations.

The military leadership has both interest in and concern about the UFO phenomenon. If there are any 'keepers of the keys' they reside in DOD middle management and civilian DOD contractors (BDM, SAIC, Boeing, Lockheed-Martin, etc.and the comptrollers who monitor the flow of money to certain classified and Special Access Programs [SAPs]) Unfortunately in many cases the DoD folks charged with looking for information may themselves not know where to look."

Red Flag: Inside Revelations on the UFO Cover-Up by Richard Boylan

His book, The Catchers of Heaven, was approved for publishing, but only after he met their restriction that he write a foreword stating that it was "a work of fiction".

Another UPO notable with whom Wolf is familiar is Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, former head of the NSA and currently Chairman of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). SAIC was identified by USAF Colonel Steve Wilson as the company which makes antigravity engines for US "copycat UFO's". When I commented to Dr. Wolf that USAF Colonel Wilson had identified Inman as also in charge of Decision Science Applications, Inc. (DSAI) — made up of the heads of corporations involved in classified military weapons development based on ET technology — Wolf said: "Inman doesn't know as much as the UFO community thinks he does. He doesn't know everything that DSAI is up to."

Red Flag: Dr. Michael Wolf, Colonel Wilson, Richard Boylan = Fake, made-up claims (after Timothy Good's books).