MYSTERY WIRE — Sourced, documented, and presented better than ever, Popular Mechanics takes us:

Inside the Pentagon’s secret UFO program

We can’t say enough about Tim McMillan’s Feb. 14 article that hits all the high notes and provides a service to the UFO community by organizing a sometimes-confusing timeline and presenting established details about AATIP, AAWSAP and BAASS in a compelling fashion.

The must-read article comes just a month after Popular Mechanics performed a similar service with a history of the “Tic Tac” video.

Don’t miss the revelations in “Part V: The Admission,” deep into the article. The section includes references to an important part of the story, a previously unreleased technical paper titled, “Field Effects on Biological Tissue.”

The central roles of Robert Bigelow, Harry Reid, Luis Elizondo and many others are explained in a concise article that you just have to bookmark for future reference.

We also give a nod of appreciation for the article’s references to our own George Knapp, who has done so much to advance the coverage of the UFO topic — both in substance and in standard.

BELOW: Links to Mystery Wire’s long-form interviews with many of the subjects in the article, including rare video of Robert Bigelow.

Space and the future excite Robert Bigelow in ‘profound’ ways
Documents prove secret UFO study based in Nevada
Luis Elizondo keeps his distance from ufologists for a reason
UFO dilemma pushed Luis Elizondo out of Department of Defense – Part 1
AAWSAP got UFO studies – and a lot more – started in 2007
Former Sen. Harry Reid wants UFO studies made public
Key documents obtained related to Pentagon UFO study

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