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Re: Roswell The Nazi Connection

From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 16:19:54 +0000
Archived: Sun, 21 Oct 2007 09:07:18 -0400
Subject: Re: Roswell The Nazi Connection


Please note this is from Jerry Smith. I am simply posting it.



From: Jerry Smith <jerryesmith.nul>
To: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 18:43:29 -0500
Subject: Re: FW: UFO UpDate: Re: Roswell The Nazi Connection


>>Is this a joke? What a lot of rubbish! It's surprising, the
>>things that some people will assert, seemingly unaware of how
>>simple it is to check facts. Holloman AFB is home to the 49th
>>Fighter Wing of the USAF, btw.


Brian obviously doesn't know how to check his facts. he would
have found that Holloman is not only home to the 49th Fighter
Wing but also 46th Test Group and a stealth fighter (F-117)
unit, the only F-117 training unit in the country, and a famous
test track for acceleration and deacceleration impact studies is
also located there. It is also home to the German Air Force
Tactical Training Center, a luftwaffe training facility, used by
300 German Air Force personnel, with 12 German fighter jets. I
have read in the local newspaper that the German side of the
base flies the German flag and is regarded as German soil. I
don't have citations for that handy, as that material is still
on storage in Reno. I hear that many local restaurants now have
menus in German and English. And there is a whole lot more
there. In researching HAARP I discovered that Holloman was home
to the Hermes III, a battlefield EMP generator that some believe
was used in Gulf War I.

From: The official website for the base:



Established: Holloman AFB was originally established in 1942 as
Alamogordo Air Field six miles west of Alamogordo, New Mexico.
Initial construction began at the airfield February 6, 1942.

The base was re-named in 1948 after Col. George Holloman, a Rich
Square, N.C., native, who was a pioneer in early rocket and
pilot-less aircraft research.

Land: 59,639 acres

Altitude: 4,093 feet

Supported population: Holloman AFB supports about 21,000 Active
Duty, Guard, Reserve, retirees, DoD civilians and their family

Past aircraft flown at Holloman AFB: B-17, B-24, B-29, B-57, P-
47, AT- 38B, F-4D, F-15, F-84, F-100, HH-60G, QF-106, F-4F

Present aircraft flown at Holloman AFB: T-38 Talon, F-117A
Nighthawk, QF- 4 drone, German Air Force Tornado

The world's first operational aircraft to exploit low observable
(stealth) technology, the F-117A officially arrived at Holloman
AFB May 9, 1992.

Holloman is home to the world's longest (50,788 feet, or almost
10 miles) and fastest (approaching 10,000 feet per second, or
Mach 9) test track. The 846th Test Squadron set the world land
speed record for a railed vehicle with a recent run of 6,453
mph, or Mach 8.5.

Missions supported: Personnel from Holloman AFB have
participated in numerous operations and conflicts such as:
Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Operation Allied Force,
Operation Southern Watch, Operation Northern Watch, Operations
Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and many more.
Holloman personnel also provided presidential support for
President Clinton's visit to China in June 1998 and the 49th
Medical Group deployment of an air transportable hospital to
Guyana to support deployed U.S. military personnel and Guyana
citizens in July 1997. Holloman personnel also assist White
Sands Missile Range personnel in supporting the White Sands
Space Harbor as an alternate runway for NASA space shuttle
missions. The space shuttle Columbia landed at WSSH March 30,
1982 and 1,400 Holloman personnel supported that landing.


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