1886.08.26 – 1984.09.10 An American airman… educated at the Naval Academy and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology… He studied aerodynamics abroad and became an instructor at M.I.T. in 1914-16. In 1917 he was a member of the joint Army and Navy Technical Board to create an aircraft program and in 1918 was attached to the […]
1897.08.13 – 1975.11.17 A prominent American scientist… credited with establishing biophysics as a recognized discipline… (Wikipedia) President of Johns Hopkins University and original member of the Majestic-12 Group (see p 002 of the Eisenhower briefing).
1892.02.15 – 1949.05.22 The last Cabinet-level United States Secretary of the Navy and the first United States Secretary of Defense [under Truman]. (Wikipedia) Original member of the Majestic-12 Group (see p 002 of the Eisenhower briefing). Secretary Forrestal fell to his death from the sixteenth-floor window of the hospital in which he was being treated […]
1890.03.11 – 1974.06.28 An American engineer, inventor and science administrator, whose most important contribution was as head of the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) during World War II, through which almost all wartime military R&D was carried out, including initiation and early administration of the Manhattan Project. (Wikipedia) Original member of the […]
1890.10.14 – 1969.03.28 President of the United States from 1953 until 1961. He was a five-star general in the United States Army during World War II and served as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe… (Wikipedia) Eisenhower was briefed on Majestic-12 (and thus the reality of the ETH) on 1952.11.18 (see the Eisenhower […]
1905.02.01 – 1967.06.04 Dr Berkner was an accomplished physicist in the field of aeronautics and meteorology and an original member of the Majestic-12 Group (see page 002 of the Eisenhower briefing).
1899.01.24 – 1954.04.02 Hoyt Sanford Vandenberg was a USAF general, second Chief of Staff of the USAF and second Director of Central Intelligence. In 1946 he was briefly the US Chief of Military Intelligence. (Wikipedia) Original member of the Majestic-12 Group (see p 002 of the Eisenhower briefing).
1923.07.17 – 1960.09.15 [Captain Ruppelt] was a United States Air Force officer probably best known for his involvement in Project Blue Book, a formal governmental study of unidentified flying objects. He is generally credited with coining the term “unidentified flying object”, to replace the terms “flying saucer” and “flying disk” – which had become widely […]
1902.01.26 – 1994.02.27 Laurence Carbee [sic] Craigie… was a United States aviator and United States Air Force general. He became the first U.S. military jet pilot in 1942 when he piloted the Bell XP-59. (Wikipedia) Twining‘s suggestion [in the memo of 1947.09.23]} was endorsed by Schulgen; on 30 December the Chief of Staff at the […]
1897.05.08 – 1982.06.18 First director of the Central Intelligence Agency created by the National Security Act of 1947. He served as DCI and director of the CIG and the CIA from May 1, 1947 to October 7, 1950 and after his retirement from the United States Navy was a member of the board of governors […]