So far this document interleaves a narrative that draws on known points of reference such as real people and failed efforts but remains technically unconvincing. The emergence of Dark Project research is somewhat mapped but no specifics are laid out except that everyone seemed to go there at need. Again we have stories that appear to exist no where else.
Yet there is an internal logic here also it is certainly what might have happened and could have happened. It bothers me though that we are not referencing even anonymous informants as that would give credence to the claim of extensive research. That is the natural framework. Of course by 1975, all those witnesses to the 1930's were mostly gone.
Again we will see as this unfolds. .
Caldwell's genius and his Rotoplane became the beginning by which the U.S. would secretly attempt to duplicate the more advanced interplanetary UFO's. And even then, as today, the U.S. military recognized that a nation with mastery of the air could command others in times of war or peace.
Caldwell's Rotoplane was typical of other similar inventions drawn to the attention of the Army/Air Force as it geared to help Caldwell develop an improved version of the round wing plane. An official attitude of suppression grew concerning the sharing of knowledge of this type of advanced aerodynamic structure. In 1936, the non-revealing name of A-2 Army Air Corps Intelligence concealed the Air Corps' first efforts to improve Caldwell's round wing design and duplicate an interplanetary space vehicle.
A military awareness was born with presidential blessing to develop a temporary, secret military air arm of technology and industry around the round wing plane. But what was needed first was where to hide the project away from the prying eyes of increasing numbers of German espionage agents. Meanwhile, as previously noted, President Roosevelt had been disturbed in 1936 by his first meeting with an outer space being, not to mention the terrifying visit of the octopus-like creatures. A hasty cabinet meeting was called.