Area 51-based F-16D performs rare pass through the Star Wars Canyon hours after an F-117 is spotted chased by a two-seater F-16

by David Cenciotti, THE AVIATIONIST – – November 25, 2017:


“On November 14, 2017  (the day after an F-117 was photographed on a trailer south of Creech Air Force Base)  at 09.20 AM LT, another F-117 was spotted flying north of Rachel, Nevada.

The stealth jet was not flying alone  (or close to another F-117 as happened, for instance, in 2016)  but it was chased by a two-seater F-16.

Noteworthy, few hours later on the very same day  (November 14) at about 1:15 PM – 1:45 PM, photographer David Atkinson took some shots of an F-16D performing two passes through the famous Star Wars Canyon.”


California’s STAR WARS CANYON  (“The Jedi Transition“)  has definitely become America’s plane spotting jewel.

“Located in the western United States on the edge of the Death Valley and the southern outskirts of Nellis Range, home of Area 51, it is America’s best place to see combat aircraft training for their dangerous low-level infiltration role.

The Jedi Transition is one the the few places on earth where you point your camera down to shoot combat aircraft photos  (the other famous one being the Mach Loop).   The aircraft actually fly beneath you through the canyon.  And to say it is breathtaking is an understatement.”  – – courtesy of Tom Demerly, THE AVIATIONIST



(CLICK ABOVE FOR ENLARGEMENT – – F-16Ds, based at Area 51)

Here is why fighter pilots love to fly through the Star Wars Canyon in Death Valley, California:

F-18, A-10 and F-35 low level flying at STAR WARS CANYON in Death Valley, California:



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Air Force aims for laser weapons on a fighter jet by 2021

by William Howard, STARS AND STRIPES  – – November 20, 2017  – –



The Air Force Research Laboratory is forging ahead with a high-energy laser designed to shoot down drones, incoming rockets and mortar rounds and hopes to have a demonstration model ready by 2021, officials say.

The Self-protect High Energy Laser Demonstrator program, or SHiELD, which launched this year, seeks to equip supersonic warplanes, such as the B-1 Lancer, F-35 Lightning and F-22 Raptor, with defensive lasers mounted in external pods.

The Air Force wants a high-energy laser system compact enough to complement the internal cannon and missiles equipped on its fighter jets.

The new system uses a type of optical fiber as the light-emitting material, instead of the neodymium-doped crystals used in conventional solid-state lasers.  Since fiber can be coiled, more power can be packed into a compact system.

“We have shown that a powerful directed energy laser is now sufficiently light-weight, low volume and reliable enough to be deployed on tactical vehicles for defensive applications on land, at sea and in the air,” Lockheed Martin laser weapons expert Robert Afzal said in a statement.

The electric-powered laser is a significant departure from the chemical laser found in the defunct Boeing YAL-1A airborne laser test bed.  The YAL-1A was scrapped after 16 years of development in 2011 after Defense Secretary Robert Gates told Congress it was too costly and not nearly powerful enough to shoot down a ballistic missile.

“One of the problems with the chemical laser is that first of all they’re too big and too heavy — and you have to carry the chemicals with you,” Afzal told CNBC on Friday.  “With an electric laser, your platform which is driving, sailing, flying around, usually has a power system that can recharge your battery back.  But in a chemical laser, once the chemicals are gone you have to go back to the depot.”

The SHiELD program includes a beam control system to direct the laser onto a target, a housing pod mounted on the fighter jet to power and cool the laser and the high-energy laser source itself.

Lockheed Martin also recently demonstrated a laser capable of being based on the ground or at sea for the military.

In September, the company demonstrated its Advanced Test High Energy Asset, or ATHENA, in tests run by the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico..

The laser brought down five Outlaw drones.

“The tests at White Sands against aerial targets validated our lethality models and replicated the results we’ve seen against static targets at our own test range,” Keoki Jackson, Lockheed Martin’s chief technology officer, said in a statement in September.


The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate is based at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico.



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My views on the alleged Project Blue Beam

by Norio Hayakawa:

Although there is no credible documentary evidence whatsoever of the existence of NASA’s Project Blue Beam, it has been a popular conspiracy theory  (some people call this the ultimate conspiracy)  since around 1994 when it was first introduced by a Canadian journalist by the name of Serge Monast.

The alleged Project Blue Beam claims that in the far future NASA will attempt to implement a New Age religion with the Antichrist at its head to establish a New World Order  (a.k.a., a One World Government, a Global Government, a Global Order),  via a technologically-simulated “Second Coming”.

My realistic view is that at this point in time, we do not have enough sophisticated technologies yet to implement this alleged program.  It would probably take another 25 to 30 years before we will have all those technologies to orchestrate a global, simultaneous event as the one described in this conspiracy.

By the way, proponents of this theory allege that Monast and another unnamed journalist, who both died of heart attacks in 1996, were in fact assassinated, and that the Canadian government kidnapped Monast’s daughter in an effort to dissuade him from investigating Project Blue Beam.

(On a personal level, for a short time I had the honor of corresponding with Serge Monast in 1993 and 1994.

Of course it was quite a shock to me when I found out in 1996 that he had suddenly passed away of a heart attack at his residence.)

The four steps, as proposed by Serge Monast are:


This requires the breakdown of all archaeological knowledge.  This will apparently be accomplished by faking earthquakes at precise locations around the planet.  Fake “new discoveries” at these locations “will finally explain to all people the error of all fundamental religious doctrines”, specifically Christian and Muslim doctrines.


This involves a gigantic “space show” wherein three-dimensional holographic laser projections will be beamed all over the planet — and this is where Blue Beam really takes off.  The projections will take the shape of whatever deity is most predominant, and will speak in all languages. At the end of this light show, the gods will all merge into one god, the Antichrist.


This is “Telepathic Electronic Two-Way Communication.”  It involves making people think their god is speaking to them through telepathy, projected into the head of each person individually using extreme low frequency radio waves.


This has three parts:

Making humanity think an alien invasion is about to occur at every major city;

Making the Christians think the Rapture is about to happen;

A mixture of electronic and supernatural forces, allowing the supernatural forces to travel through fiber optics, coax, power and telephone lines to penetrate all electronic equipment and appliances, that will by then all have a special microchip installed.

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Introduction to basic, Beginning Conversational Japanese (Lesson 3)

by Norio Hayakawa:


Polite form of Japanese verbs:

The verb “to be” =    desu      (is, am, are)

Watashi no tomodachi wa Supeingo no sensei desu.

(My friend is a Spanish language teacher.)

The negative form is dewa arimasen     (is not, am not, are not)

Mary Smith-san wa bengoshi dewa arimasen.

(Mary Smith is not a lawyer).

The past tense is deshita       (was, were)

VOCABULARY:    bashoplace      mukashilong time ago      eigakan = movie theater

Kono basho wa mukashi eigakan deshita.

(This place was a movie theater long time ago)


The verb “to go” =  ikimasu    (I go, you go, he/she goes, they go, we go, etc.)

Watashi wa ima gakkou e ikimasu.

(I go to school now.)

In Japanese, the present tense of the verb automatically becomes a future tense by adding adverbs of “time”, such as   ashita = tomorrow      atode = later    raishuu = next week

Watashi wa ashita gakkou e ikimasu. 

(I will go to school tomorrow)

In order to form the past tense of polite forms of Japanese verbs, all you have to do is remove the final su of the verb and replace with shita.

Watashitachi wa kinou Yokohama e ikimashita.

(We went to Yokohama yesterday).

Negative form of ikimasu =   ikimasen    (I do not go, you do not go, he/she does not go, we do not go, etc. etc.)

In other words, the negative form of the verb is made simply by removing the su, and replacing with sen.


tabemasu =   (I eat, you eat, he/she eats, we eat, you eat, they eat)

tabemasen =    (I do not eat, you do not eat, he/she does not eat, we do not eat, you do not eat, they do not eat)

arukimasu =   (I walk, you walk, he/she walks, we walk, you walk, they walk)

arukimasen =   (I do not walk, you do not walk, he/she does not walk, etc. etc.)

kakimasu =   (I write, you write, he/she writes, we write, you write, they write)

kakimasen =   (I do not write, you do not write, he/she does not write, we do not write, etc. etc.)

That’s enough for Lesson 3.



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Remembering our American heroes – -the most decorated unit in U.S. history fought for a country that didn’t accept them


The 442nd Regimental Combat Team was made up of Japanese-Americans, many of whom served when their families were imprisoned behind barbed wires.

by Kimberly Yam, HUFFPOST  – – November 10, 2017:


As Americans look back and honor service members across the country on Veterans Day  (as well as on Memorial Day) , one unit’s work is largely left out of the mainstream conversation.

But the 442nd Regimental Combat Team’s contributions to the country are nothing short of remarkable.

With the motto “Go for broke,” the unit was made up of Japanese-Americans who served the U.S. during World War II ― a time of rampant anti-Japanese sentiment.

As many of their civilian loved ones were imprisoned behind barbed wire after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the team accrued an impressive combat record, becoming the most decorated unit in U.S. military history for its size and length of service.

And they did this all the while enduring racism and xenophobia at home, said Mitch Maki, president of Go For Broke National Education Center, which spreads awareness around the Japanese-American soldiers.

“Many of them decided they were going to serve because they knew this was the only way to prove their loyalty and create a better place for themselves as well as for their families,” Maki told HuffPost.

“Many of these young men believed that loyalty needed to be demonstrated in blood.”

(An estimated 33,000 Japanese Americans served in the U.S. military during World War II, of which 20,000 joined the Army.  Approximately 800 were killed in action.)

The 442nd RCT, which was formed on March 23, 1943, included mostly second-generation, or “Nisei,” soldiers, who were the children of Japanese immigrants.

The unit included both draftees and volunteers, according to the nonprofit Densho, which preserves the history of Japanese-American incarceration during World War II.

The 442nd’s formation marked a turning point in the U.S. military’s wartime policy.

Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, people of Japanese ancestry had actually been barred from service as “enemy aliens,” 4-C, by the U.S. War Department while xenophobic sentiment swept the country.

“We kept asking, ‘What can we do?   How do we change things?’   We were upset that we did not have a chance to prove our loyalty,” Nisei veteran Kenjiro Akune, who ended up being placed in Japanese-American intelligence unit, Military Intelligence Service, told HuffPost.

According to Densho, the need for more soldiers and the lobbying efforts of the Japanese-American community and its supporters eventually swayed leaders’ views.

The work of the 100th Battalion also played a significant part in altering opinions.

The battalion was made up of Japanese-Americans who had been part of the Hawaii National Guard at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, before Japanese-Americans were prohibited from service.

By law, the Nisei who were already members of the National Guard could not be forced out, and they eventually formed the 100th.

This particular group of men developed such a stunning training record that it helped inspire leaders to reverse the exclusionary military service policy.

“They basically changed the minds of military and political leaders who had banned the enlistment and drafting of Japanese-Americans after Pearl Harbor,” Pauline Yoshihashi, a spokeswoman for Go For Broke whose father is a veteran of the 442nd, told HuffPost.

The 100th eventually merged with the 442nd, and in just over a year’s time, they proved to be an extraordinarily valuable team.


The unit won seven Distinguished Unit Citations, presented to units who demonstrate exceptional heroism in action against an armed enemy.

President Harry Truman presented one of the citations himself, telling the members, “you fought the enemy abroad and prejudice at home, and you won.”

They also racked up 21 Medals of Honor, 4,000 Purple Hearts, 29 Distinguished Service Crosses, 588 Silver Stars and more than 4,000 Bronze Stars.

The group’s immense contributions in the war include helping to liberate several towns, including Bruyeres and Biffontaine, France, as well as the sub-camps of the Nazi concentration camp Dachau.

The Japanese-American soldiers took on incredible risks.

In one particularly memorable engagement, the 442nd was ordered to rescue the “Lost Battalion,” white U.S. soldiers who were stranded on a ridge near Saint-Dié, France, attempting to withstand heavy enemy fire.

Two other battalions had already failed to rescue the battalion, which was running low on food, water and supplies, according to Densho.

The military decided to send in the 442nd.

“They were given some of the assignments in which they knew they were cannon fodder.

They knew that they would be suicide missions,” Maki told HuffPost.  “The unspoken message was that they were expendable.”

They knew that they would be suicide missions.

The unspoken message was that they were expendable.

The Nisei fought for six days, finally breaking through to the Lost Battalion and rescuing the 211 soldiers.  But in the process, they sustained 800 casualties, Maki explained.

When returning to life in the U.S., the soldiers continued to experience racism, despite their service to the country.

In interview outtakes for PBS documentary “The War,” the late Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), who had earned several medals and distinctions for his service in the 442nd, recalled that he had attempted to get a haircut in a barbershop in Oakland, California.

Dressed in uniform, Inouye entered a shop that had three empty chairs, he said.

After verifying that  Inouye was of Japanese descent, a barbershop employee told Inouye he didn’t “cut Jap hair.”

“And I thought to myself, here I am in uniform.

It should be obvious to him that I’m an American soldier, a captain at that,” Inouye said.  “And that fellow very likely never went to war.  And he’s telling me, ‘We don’t cut Jap hair.’”




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The untold story of Japan’s indigenous people – – the Ainu


by Jude Isabella – – October 25, 2017 – – SAPIENS, Anthropology/Everything Human:


In the 20th century, Japanese anthropologists and officials tried to hide the existence of the indigenous Ainu people.

Then the Ainu fought back like their cousins, the bears.

For much of the 20th century, Japanese government officials and academics tried to hide the Ainu.

They were an inconvenient culture at a time when the government was steadfastly creating a national myth of homogeneity.

So officials tucked the Ainu into files marked “human migration mysteries”, or “aberrant hunter-gatherers of the modern age”, or “lost Caucasian race”, or “enigma”, or “dying race” or even “extinct”.

But in 2006, under international pressure, the government finally recognized the Ainu people as an indigenous population.

(“Itek eoirapnene”  (You must not forget this story)  – – Tekatte, Ainu grandmother, to her grandson Shigeru Kayano)

For centuries, the Ainu lived in kotan, or “permanent villages,” comprised of several homes perched along a river where salmon spawned.  Each kotan had a head man.  Inside the reed walls of each house, a nuclear family cooked and gathered around a central hearth.  At one end of the house was a window, a sacred opening facing upstream, toward the mountains, homeland of bears and the source of the salmon-rich river.  The bear’s spirit could enter or exit through the window.  Outside the window was an altar, also facing upstream, where people held bear ceremonies.

Each kotan drew upon concentric zones of sustenance by manipulating the landscape:  the river for fresh water and fishing, the banks for plant cultivation and gathering, river terraces for housing and plants, hillsides for hunting, the mountains for hunting and collecting elm bark for baskets and clothes.  Coaxing food from the earth is tough at the best of times, why not make it as easy as possible?

In time, the Ainu homeland, which included Hokkaido and Rebun, as well as Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, now part of Russia, joined a large maritime trade.  By the 14th century, the Ainu were successful middlemen, supplying goods to Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and later Russian merchants.  Paddling canoes, with planked sides carved from massive trees, Ainu sailors danced across the waves, fishing for herring, hunting sea mammals, and trading goods.  A pinwheel of various cultures and peoples spun around the Ainu.

From their homeland, the Ainu carried dried fish and fur for trade.  In Chinese ports, they packed their canoes with brocades, beads, coins, and pipes for the Japanese.  In turn, they carried Japanese iron and sake back to the Chinese.

And for centuries, these diverse cultures struck a balance with one another.

(ABOVE – – Ainu totem poles)

(ABOVE – – another Ainu totem pole)

Also, click the following link and watch the video, the Ainu Pride:




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UFOs, Aliens and Spiritual Warfare

There is no question in my mind that the UFO phenomenon seems to be real.

However, I can also state that UFO phenomenon does not constitute conclusive evidence of actual physical ET visitations by physical extraterrestrial biological entities piloting or maneuvering physical extraterrestrial spacecraft of any kind.   (This is also the view of great researchers such as Dr. Jacques Vallee, John A. Keel and J. Allen Hynek)

In fact, there is not a single physical, tangible, solid as well as credible documentary evidence whatsoever that we have ever been visited by physical extraterrestrial biological entities in any physical extraterrestrial spacecraft.    The physical  (nuts and bolts)  extraterrestrial hypothesis  (ETH)  of the origin of the UFO phenomenon seems to be gradually waning among a growing number of researchers in Ufology.

Yet the phenomenon itself does not seem to be waning.

As far as I am concerned, here is the bottom line  (and again, this is also the view of great researchers such as Dr. Jacques Vallee, John A. Keel and J. Allen Hynek):

The UFO phenomenon appears to me as a temporaryparaphysical intrusion into our physical dimension by an unknown intelligence or unknown sentient entitities, paraphysically materializing themselves to a pre-selected observer (or a group of observers) and presenting to the observer as a physical extraterrestrial phenomenon and visitation.

The pre-selection also seems to include a particular location as well as a particular time.

The phenomenon seems to be able to materialize and de-materialize at will.

However, the phenomenon does not seem to be able to survive in our physical dimension except for a few seconds or a few minutes at a time.

According to some researchers, the phenomenon seems to be able to temporarily affect our physical parameters  (such as radar, etc.)

Yet the phenomenon also seems to be incapable of being photographed with clarity, if at all.


It is my belief that eons ago in the universe, there was a cosmic-shaking revolt led by an entity known as Lucifer and one third of the entire cosmic angelic paraphysical entities joined Lucifer in that cosmic revolt.  Lucifer became Satan, and his followers “Fallen Angels”.

Satan and his “Fallen Angels” were thrown out from their special domain by the Creator and were hurled down towards our Earth.     ( Rev. 12:4 )

But not all angelic entities followed Lucifer.

Only one third of the entire angelic entities in the cosmos joined forces with Lucifer, as I stated.  Lucifer became Satan, and his followers, “Fallen Angels”, malevolent and deceptive paraphysical entities.

“We are told that one third of an “innumerable company of angels”  (Hebrews 12:22)  chose to rebel with Lucifer who became Satan.

Since Satan is referred to as a star which fell or was cast down to earth, and Revelation 12:4 says a third of the stars were cast out with him, then the conclusion is that the stars in Revelation 12 refer to fallen angels, fully one third of the heavenly host.

If the one-third number is in fact accurate, what assurance that is!”  – – from Pilgrim 777 on the Internet)


Two thirds of the angels are still on God’s side, and for followers of Christ, they are on our side.

In other words, to every malevolent “Fallen Angel”, there are twobenevolent” angelic entities.

The ratio is 2 to 1, two “benevolent” angelic entities for every one “malevolent”  fallen entity.

There are “benevolent” entities present in this world but for the most part, they are rarely seen.

Those are the ones who we often describe as “benevolent” angelic beings, doing good works and protecting us in many ways.  They are sometimes referred to as “guardian angels“.

The “malevolent”, deceptive entities are the ones that are paraphysically materializing themselves and presenting themselves as physical “alien” entities from advanced extraterrestrial civilizations originating from outer space and piloting or maneuvering their extraterrestrial spacecraft.

No, they are not extraterrestrial visitors from outer space – – they are nothing more than extra-dimensional tricksters of old.

They are the ones that are confusing people, deceiving people  (by “posing” as physical extraterrestrial biological entities)  and even destroying the spirituality of people.


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Introduction to basic, Beginning Conversational Japanese (Lesson 2)

by Norio Hayakawa:


Subject particle wa     

(the wa, preceded by a pronoun or a noun, indicates the subject)



The polite form of the verb “to be” is  desu    (the final u sound in desu is often eliminated in colloquial Japanese conversation)

Watashi wa Frank Smith desu.    (I am Frank Smith.)

When you address another person by name, always add a  -san to that person’s name

Anata wa Frank Smith-san desu ka?    (Are you Frank Smith?)

Mary Sanchez-san wa Eigo no sensei desu.  (Mary Sanchez is an English teacher)



Nihon    (Japan)     Nihongo   (Japanese language)     Nihonjin  (Japanese person

Amerika   (the U.S.)      Eigo   (English)      Amerikajin    (an American person)

Furansu  (France)     Furansugo   (French language)    Furansujin   (French person)

Igirisu   (England)      Eigo  (English language)        Igirisujin   (British person)

Doitsu   (Germany)    Doitsugo   (German language)     Doitsujin  (German person)

Supein  (Spain)      Supeingo   (Spanish language)    Supeinjin  (Spanish person)

Itaria   (Italy)     Itariago   (Italian language)     Itariajin   (Italian person)

Chuugoku  (China)   Chuugokugo  (Chinese language)   Chuugokujin  (Chinese person)


Anata no tomodachi wa Doitsujin desu ka?   (Is your friend German?)

Hai, kare wa Doitsujin desu.      (Yes, he is a German.)

Kanojo wa Itariajin desu.       (She is an Italian.)

Tom Hanks-san wa haiyuu desu.     (Tom Hanks is an actor)

Watashitachi wa Nihongo no seito desu.   (We are students of the Japanese language)


The negative form of the verb “to be” (desu) in Japanese is  dewa arimasen

dewa arimasen  means   “is not, am not, are not”

Watashi wa Nihonjin dewa arimasen.      (I am not a Japanese)

Karetachi wa Furansujin dewa arimasen.   (They are not French)

Watashitachi wa Chuugokujin dewa arimasen.   (We are not Chinese)

Watashitachi wa Nihonjin desu.    (We are Japanese)

Kore wa tabemono dewa arimasen.       (This is not food)


Now let us learn some useful daily expressions.  These expressions simply have to be memorized.  We are not talking about sentence structure here.  These are just expressions.

Ohayou gozaimasu!       (Good morning)

Konnichiwa!        (Good day, good afternoon, hello)

Kombanwa!        (Good evening)

Oyasuminasai!    (Good night)

Ja mata!         (See you later)

Ja mata ashita!       (See you tomorrow)

Ittekimasu!         (I am going to go, i.e., usually said when one leaves the place, such as home, to go somewhere)

Itterasshai!         (Please go safely, i.e., usually said by the person who is addressing the other person who is leaving to go somewhere, usually from home)

Tadaima!       (I am back)

Okaerinasai!     (I am glad you are back)

Itadakimasu!      (ALWAYS said before eating anything, placing two hands together and bowing slightly – – it literally means “I am going to partake of this food which was provided by somebody, perhaps ultimately by God”)

Gochisousama!     (ALWAYS said after a person finishes eating – – it literally means “Thank you so much for the feast – – again, said with placing both hands together and bowing slightly)

Gochisousama deshita!       (same as above, but somewhat more complete)

Sumimasen!        (Excuse me, sorry)

Chotto matte kudasai!         (Please wait a minute)

That’s enough for Lesson 2.

Here is the review of Lesson 2 on YouTube (so you can hear the pronunciation):



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Area 51 News Update- – November 1, 2017 – – 300,000 acre expansion of the Nellis Air Force Base coming


AREA 51 NEWS UPDATE  – – November 1, 2017


More information to be released to the public on December 8, 2017:

We have found out through personal communication that the Legislative Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed 300,000 acre expansion of the Nellis Air Force Base will be released on December 8th, 2017.

Nellis wants to expand on 220,000 acres of public lands on the Desert National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada to make a military buffer for increased bombing.

Several new roads, runways, towers and additional infrastructure would be built in the refuge and public access would be cut off.

An additional 80,000 acres of BLM land is also being looked at.

(CLICK ABOVE FOR ENLARGEMENT – – the light blue spot towards the middle of this map is Area 51/Groom Lake)

Public meetings have been scheduled, but the schedule has still not officially released yet.

Here is the schedule:

Jan. 17 – Caliente, NV (Caliente Elementary School)

Jan. 18 – Alamo, NV (Pahranagat Valley High School)

Jan. 23 – Las Vegas (Aliante Casino + Hotel)

Jan. 24 – Beatty, NV (Beatty Community Center)

Jan. 25 – Tonopah, NV (Tonopah Convention Center)

5:00-6:30 pm (open house/comments)

6:30-7:00 pm (USAF presentation)

7:00-9:00 pm (open house/comments)

Comments will not be accepted in a public form.

You will have to submit them privately to a court reporter. Information can be viewed here:



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