Boldly Going Nowhere
Bret Burquest

After Roswell

Posted Tuesday, November 22, 2011, at 6:19 PM
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  • Majestic was not the first Bret, the first was Project Sign. Project Sign became Grudge, then came Bluebook.


    Note the name Alfred Loedding. His specialty in the late 30s was low-aspect aircraft, began his work at Bellanca. The state of metallurgy didn't allow for full-scale R&D. '47 moved to LeMay's command AAF Wright Dayton. L(ater the Defense Reorganization Act of '48, made the USAF distinct from the AAF.

    Serendipitously, Alfred's son lives approximately 30 miles SSW of your residence.

    -- Posted by HDucker on Wed, Nov 23, 2011, at 6:21 AM
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