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...fasten your seat belt. You are in for a fascinating ride.--Stanton T. Friedman, author of Flying Saucers and ScienceSalas takes the reader on a compelling and heartfelt journey through the minefields and thickets of government secrecy andMore...fasten your seat belt. You are in for a fascinating ride.--Stanton T. Friedman, author of Flying Saucers and ScienceSalas takes the reader on a compelling and heartfelt journey through the minefields and thickets of government secrecy and cover-ups as he experienced it from his own encounters with ET, while weaving into his page-turning narrative a concise history of the modern UFO phenomenon.--Thomas J. Carey, best-selling co-author of Witness to RoswellNot only is Bob Salas an Air Force insider who had his ufological teeth cut by first-hand experiences, but he also possesses the scholarly background to analyze those events. With his tireless tenacity and no-nonsense mission towards disclosure, Bob is a genuine throwback to one of my own heroes, Edward Ruppelt.--Donald R. Schmitt, best-selling co-author of Inside the Real Area 51In 1969 the U.S. Air Force issued a statement that read No UFO reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force was ever an indication of threat to our national security. This statement is patently false. It has been proven untrue by the testimony of many military officers and airmen and documentation of incidents involving UFOs and nuclear weapons, testimonies of which the U.S. Air Force was fully aware. Unidentified details many of these testimonies, some for the first time.As partial justification for its position, the Air Force cites a University of Colorado study that was contracted and paid for by federal funds. Unidentified reveals how this study was actually just another part of the plan to cover up the reality of the UFO phenomenon. For the first time, Unidentified publishes evidence that the investigators for the Colorado study knew about the UFO-related missile shutdown incidents but did not investigate them or include them in their final report.