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Article by Nathan Strout                   December 7, 2019                       (defensenews.com)

• On December 7th during a panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum, Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett remarked on the need to declassify a large amount of information about America’s military space programs to both intimidate foes and encourage support among the public. “America is the best there is in space,” said Barrett. “[O]ur capability in space was predominantly built at a time when we thought space was a benign environment.” “[T]here is much more classified than what needs to be.”

• Fellow panelist Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala) responded that he met with the Secretary Barrett earlier in the week to discuss that very issue, calling the information on space programs “overwhelmingly classified.” Rogers cited overclassification as one of the reasons it’s been so difficult for him and others to build support both in the public and with other members of Congress for a Space Force, a sixth branch of the military under the Air Force uniquely focused on space as a war-fighting domain.

• “As members of the Armed Services Committee and the defense appropriators, …we have to have our colleagues in the Congress to be supportive of us making the changes we need and the resources we need” for our space program, said Rogers. “It’s not going to happen until they understand the threat and the dependence we have. And I don’t think that can happen until we see significant declassification of what we’re doing in space and what China and Russia are doing, and how space is in their day-to-day lives.” Once Americans have access to that currently classified data, they will throw their support behind a Space Force, he said.

• Barrett and Rogers declined to say how much of the black space portfolio could move into the public, nor when changes would start happening. But Barrett pledged that it would be a focus for her office moving forward, a sign that progress could come during 2020.

• The intelligence community is also moving to declassify more information in order to combat threats posed by China, Russia and other nations. Then-Principal Deputy Director of Intelligence Sue Gordon stated in June that declassification is key to combating attempts by foreign powers to target American civilians for data collection. That same month, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., called on the intelligence community to declassify more data to combat the growing threat that China’s government poses to American businesses.

[Editor’s Note]   This article doesn’t even appear in a Google search. Someone doesn’t want the door opened to our highly classified secret space programs. I’m sure that Secretary Barrett and Congressman Rogers have no idea the can of worms they are prying open here. Barrett’s quote is interesting however: “[O]ur capability in space was predominantly built at a time when we thought space was a benign environment,” she says. Yes, the US secret space program was indeed built long ago. It began in the 1950s when the American military industrial complex secretly partnered with Antarctic German Nazis and the Draco Reptilians who provided the Germans with their advanced spaceship technology. When this technology was not forthcoming, Nordic extraterrestrials offered to assist the US Navy with an American secret space program which was developed in the 1960s. It was built during the 1970s in underground caverns under the Wastach Mountains in Utah. And the resulting eight kilometer-long, cigar-shaped spaceships of the top secret space program, ‘Solar Warden’, was deployed in the 1980s. Learn all about the extraordinary hidden history of the United States’ space programs in Dr. Michael Salla’s four-book ‘secret space program’ series.

And in case you missed it, see Dr. Salla’s December 13th article on this profound news story here.

 

SIMI VALLEY, California — The U.S. Air Force’s top civilian and a key member of Congress agreed Saturday on the need to declassify a large amount of information about America’s military space programs to both intimidate foes and encourage support among the public.

Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett

“Declassifying some of what is currently held in secure vaults would be a good idea,” Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett said during a panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum. “You would have to be careful about what we declassify, but there is much more classified than what needs to be.”

Fellow panelist Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., said he met with the secretary earlier in the week to discuss that very issue, calling the information on space programs “overwhelmingly classified.”

     Rep. Mike Rogers

For Rogers, that overclassification is one of the reasons it’s been so difficult for him and others to build support both in the public and with other members of Congress for a Space Force, a sixth branch of the military under the Air Force uniquely focused on space as a war-fighting domain.

“As members of the Armed Services Committee and the defense appropriators, we get it. But we have to have our other colleagues in the Congress to be supportive of us making the changes we need and the resources we need into this,” he said. “It’s not going to happen until they understand the threat and the dependence we have. And I don’t think that can happen until we see significant declassification of what we’re doing in space and what China and Russia are doing, and how space is in their day-to-day lives.”

Once Americans have access to that currently classified data, they will throw their support behind a Space Force, he concluded.

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