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A Big Day For Space: X-37B Slated for Flight and Alleged UFO Cover-Up

Written by on Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

The US military is gearing up to launch the super top-secret X-37B back into spaceagain. This time they’re calling the mission Orbital Test Vehicle-3, or OTV-3 for the third such test. This flight will involve the X-37B that was used in the first mission (OTV-1) while the spacecraft that was used during OTV-2 takes a break.

These continued missions prove that the US military is thrilled with the X-37B’s success… whatever it is. Compared to the Air Force’s X-51A hypersonic missile, which has failed two-out of-three times, the X-37B is soaring through space with flying colors. Major Tracy Bunko of the Pentagon’s Air Force press desk said, “One of the most promising aspects of the X-37B is it enables us to examine a payload system or technology in the environment in which it will perform its mission and inspect them when we bring them back to Earth.”

We’re still clueless as to the X-37B’s true purpose, but one former member of the USAF is offering a rather unorthodox option. Former Air Force Col. Charles Halt recently accused the federal government of a UFO cover-up.

He spoke to about 200 people at the Smithsonian-affiliated National Atomic Testing Museum, saying, “Folks, there is an agency, a very close-held, compartmentalized agency that’s been investigating this for years, and there’s a very active role played by many of our intelligence agencies that probably don’t buy antibiotics without prescriptions even know the details of what happens once they collect the data and forward it.”

The talk included a few other people who believed (to paraphrase X-Files) that the truth is out there. Retired Air Force Col. Bill Coleman recounted a story wherein he allegedly piloted a B-25 bomber near an unidentified flying circular object at a height of about 20,000 feet.

I think we’re all smart enough to put two and two together. The US military is sending an X-37B back into space, and at the time a panel of UFO experts announce that there’s a secret government alien cover-up. Coincidence?

Well, yeah. I don’t put much stock into UFO stories, but it’s always interesting to see the one-sided love affair between conspiracy theorists and the US Air Force.

Of course, the big difference here is that the panel wasn’t filled with “crackpots and charlatans and cultists,” said Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the UK Ministry of Defense. Many high-ranking members of the government have been involved in UFO theories. In fact, even Jimmy Carter once claimed that he spotted a UFO over Leary, Georgia while he was serving as governor. There have actually been a few attempts by the governments of the world to investigate UFOs (believe it or not). That much is indisputable – the only real question is if they found anything.

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