Space Force Taking Shape

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
February 12, 2020

Yesterday I blogged about some rather important discoveries made by UFO documents researcher John Greenewald Jr, and what thy might portend for the emerging US Space Force, and one might consider today’s blog a “revision and extension” of remarks with respect to these two articles shared by T.M. and D.M.:

Officials provide details on building the Space Force, its structure, and operating imperatives

There are two facts in these two articles – one fact from each – that really has my high octane speculation motor running in overdrive because of their implications. Let’s take fact number one from article number two, first:

The Senate on June 27 confirmed Air Force Gen. John Raymond as the commander of U.S. Space Command.

U.S. Space Command is being formed with what is now the Joint Force Space Component Command, or JFSCC, that reports to U.S. Strategic Command and is led by Raymond. Once U.S. Space Command is stood up, Strategic Command will no longer be responsible for space operations.

“JFSCC goes away and we end up with two components,” Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting, deputy commander of the JFSCC and commander of the 14th Air Force, said June 27 in a briefing with defense officials attended by a SpaceNews reporter.

Under the new structure, Whiting will lead the Combined Forces Space Component Command.  (Emphasis added)

Now why do I find that full of high octane speculative implications? Consider: the Strategic Command is the very command and control group responsible for oversight of, and operational planning for, the USA’s strategic nuclear and thermonuclear weapons, from SLBMs, ICBMs, IRBMs, cruise missiles, and strategic bombers. Spinning off space into a separate command therefore carries two potential implications, both mutually contradictory: (1) the Space Command will have no operational oversight over strategic weapons. In other words, the spin-off is designed to send a reassuring message to America’s competitors that the creation of a Space Force is not coupled to the deployment of strategic weapons in space, and is purely a defensive move. This, no doubt, will be the public explanation and narrative. But there’s a second and very disturbing possibility: (2) that the theater of strategic operations and weapons has already moved to space, and thus the Space Command has become the new “SAC,” with operational command over an array of weapons one can only guess at, from “rods of God” to Xray and Gamma ray lasers and so on. In the context of yesterday’s blog, this second possibility cannot be discounted. To put a much sharper point on this, SAC is being demoted, because the weapons platforms over which it has had command and control are fast approaching obsolescence.

This requires us to turn to fact number two in article number one:

Senior officials from the Department of Defense and U.S. Space Force provided the most specific details to date Feb. 5 for how the newly born Space Force is constructed, its structure and the philosophy guiding decisions for bringing the first new military service since 1947 into full reality.

In broad terms, the Space Force must ensure the U.S. continues its superiority in space. Getting there, however, demands that the Space Force be “lean and agile” and mission-focused, said Lt. Gen. David Thompson, U.S. Space Force vice commander.

It must be both cost effective and minimize bureaucracy while also infusing “innovation and improvements, said Thompson, who was joined by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy Stephen Kitay, Assistant Secretary for Space Acquisition and Integration Shawn Barnes, and Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier, who leads the Space Force’s planning office. (Emphases added)

It’s that “infusion of innovation and improvements” that indicates that option number 2 above is in play, particularly when considered in the context of yesterday’s blog about Mr. Greenewald’s discoveries in the defense budget, for clearly, those items in the defense budget are about research items that ultimately were designed to “infuse innovation and improvements” into the space force. This phrase, in other words, means that those planning and implementing the organization of the space force are already thinking in terms of the research and black projects component.

If these speculations are true, then we can expect to see certain things by way of prediction and corroboration: the creation of liaison offices and officers to DARPA and NASA, and to the various aero-space defense contractors; in other words, we should expect to see a sweeping reorganization of the Department of Defense. I would suspect that one might even see the subsumption of agencies such as DARPA or NASA within an integrated command structure with a commensurate redesign of the bidding and contract placement process. And with FASAB56, this will be easier to implement than it might first appear.

See you on the flip side…

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

DARPA’s UFO Research?
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
February 11, 2020

G.B. spotted this very intriguing article and analysis by John Greenewald, Jr., at  If you don’t know who Mr. Greenewald is, he is one of the newer generation of UFO researchers who prefers to focus on the nuts and bolts of hard data and documents, and not the latest stories and fantasias of Blue Chickens and similar cults. So when Mr. Greenewald finds something, I tend to sit up and take notice.

In this case, there’s a couple of paragraphs in this article that quickly caught my attention; see if you spotted them too:

This first paragraph that caught my eye was this:

With these assertions, The Black Vault set out to find exactly where that money may be coming from that allows the program and the effort to continue. In order to do that, we must first go after what was publicly posted for the AAWSA Program. That can be found archived from a 2008 “Federal Business Opportunities” posting which was saved in the “Wayback Machine.” This was the original posting that was seen by BAASS in 2008, which they submitted a bid for. No other corporations offered a bid.

This solicitation notice stated the objective of the AAWSA program:

“One aspect of the future threat environment involves advanced aerospace weapon system applications.  The objective of this program is to understand the physics and engineering of these applications as they apply to the foreign threat out to the far term, i.e., from now through the year 2050. Primary focus is on breakthrough technologies and applications that create discontinuities in currently evolving technology trends. The focus is not on extrapolations of current aerospace technology. The proposal shall describe a technical approach which discusses how the breakthrough technologies and applications listed below would be studied and include proposed key personnel that have experience in those areas. 3. REQUIREMENTS: a) The contractor shall complete advanced aerospace weapon system technical studies in the following areas:   1. lift; 2. propulsion ; 3. control; 4. power generation; 5. spatial/temporal translation; 6. materials; 7. configuration, structure; 8. signature reduction (optical, infrared, radiofrequency, acoustic); 9. human interface; 10. human effects; 11. armament (RF and DEW); 12. other peripheral areas in support of (1-11); b) It is expected that numerous experts with extensive experience (minimum of 10 years) in breakthrough aerospace research and development will be required to meet the demands of the above program.” (Boldface emphasis added)

Before pressing on, stop and consider that very strange list; the requirement to consider “foreign” threats “out to the far term” of thirty years, or that these extrapolations are not to be based on extrapolations of “current aerospace technology,” in other words, the contractor is being required to think outside the box of the conventional, Kammlerstab style. Then follows a rather conventional list, which, by the context, we’re being asked to do extrapolations that do not lie in “current aerospace technology” in the areas of “1. lift; 2. propulsion; 3. control; 4. power generation; … 6. materials; 7. configuration, structure’ signature reduction (optical, infrared, radiofrequency, acoustic” and so on, and squatting in the middle of this, “spatial/temporal translation.Obviously, within the context of the mundane, any system of propulsion, from horses to rockets, are capable of spatial-temporal translation, but in the context of non-conventional extrapolation, other much more exotic possibilities are implicated. For example, in the past few years I’ve blogged occasionally about this or that newest application of entanglement, and the sizes of what are being entangled seem to be gradually increasing from the quantum level to more macro-scaled entanglements. Or alternatively, I’ve also blogged ocasionally about experiments that actually remove micro-events from the timeline. Throw into this mix all the careful research being done in the alternative research field about exotic technologies – from Nazi Bells to extraordinarily odd alleged statements of Thomas Townsend Brown or Ben Rich, and there is a clear context in the public literature for “exotic” interpretations of this list.

Then there’s the term “foreign”; what does this mean? A synonym of “foreign” is, of course, the word “alien” which is commonly associated in this context with non-terrestrial intelligent life. But foreign could also mean something “unknown” to us. Viewed this way, “us” becomes “who”? Unknown to American technology and science, but still terrestrial? Or unknown to us, meaning humans? In other words, the language here is carefully chosen, and is capable of a very wide interpretation.

But there’s another gem that Mr. Greenewald discovered:

After a long hunt, the discovery of Program Element (PE) 0603286E was made, and one of the projects within, could be exactly the unique needle in that proverbial stack of needles that was being sought after.

A PE is ultimately a portfolio of programs or in some instances a single program that receives funding within a budget.  PE 0603286E was first discovered in the 2008 DARPA Fact File published in June of 2008 (coincidentally, the same year the DIA solicited the private sector for bids for the AAWSA Program).

PE 0603286E contained numerous sub-projects that receive funding out of their more than $100 – $180 million dollar yearly budget. Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node; Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept; Tactical Boost Glide; Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded System; are just some of the programs that receive money through this specific PE.

However, one sub-program within PE 0603286E is the Advanced Aerospace System Concepts line item, also reference as part of a “Project AIR-01.” The 2008 fact file says that:

“Studies conducted under the Advanced Aerospace System Concepts program will examine and evaluate emerging aerospace technologies and system concepts for applicability to military use, as well as the degree and scope of potential impact/improvements to military operations, mission utility, and warfighter capability. The program also analyzes emerging aerospace threats and possible methods and technologies to counter them.”  (Bold-italics emphasis added)

What’s intriguing to contemplate here is how neatly this program dovetails with the Trump Administration’s creation of a “Space Force,” which suggests that the actualities behind these paragraphs may be further along than meets the eye. And again, there’s something highly suggestive in the middle of this, something called “Aerial reconfigurable Embedded Systems.” Again, if we adopt the “exotic” context of extrapolation outside of current systems, this odd item suggests that one might be looking at a platform that is able to physically reconfigure itself while in operation. Again, these already exist and have for a few decades, with aircraft able to fold their wings for hypersonic flight. But by the same token, this phrase would adequately describe the reported behavior of some UFOs which appear to change their physical configuration in operation.

And there’s a final context in which to view Mr. Greenewald’s discoveries.  Recall that a few years ago DARPA set the objective that the USA become “warp capable” in a century, and that NASA has established a proof of concept program under the direction of Dr. Harold “Sonny” White, who reworked Alcubierre’s equations for warp.

Put it all together and one gets an intriguing picture, one that a mere twenty years ago would never have achieved this degree of public disclosure or discussion. And that should give one pause, for it may mean that the secret space program is beginning to go public, and that for a very important reason: the technologies and concepts on which they are based simply can no longer be hidden

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.