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Discovery of Reverse Engineering Technology Program for UFOs in Las Vegas

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May 15, 2024

Recently, information has come to light about an ambitious program called “Kona Blue” that was set to research UFO technology in southern Nevada. The program aimed to exploit the technology, interview witnesses to extraterrestrial activities, and study the physical and psychological effects of these encounters. Las Vegas was expected to be a key location for these investigations, had the program moved forward. The reason for this transparency now is due to Dr. James Lacatski, a former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) analyst and missile expert.

In 2007, Lacatski became interested in reports of UFO activity at hotspots like Skinwalker Ranch in northeast Utah. He designed and advocated for the creation of the Advanced Aerospace Weapons System Application Program (AAWSAP), a highly secretive initiative that focused on UFO phenomena. A contract for $22 million was secured by Nevada Senator Harry Reid and two Senate colleagues. The project was awarded to a subsidiary of Bigelow Aerospace, making it the largest acknowledged UFO investigation in history.

AAWSAP had 50 full-time employees, with most based in southern Nevada, and it established the world’s largest UFO data warehouse. The program produced over 100 technical papers on various aspects of UFO technology and related events. While the DIA has not released these papers, Lacatski and his colleague Dr. Colm Kelleher have co-authored two books about AAWSAP, providing as much information as government officials would allow.

In Lacatski’s 2023 book, he casually revealed that in 2011, he shared with a U.S. senator and a high-ranking official that the United States had gained access to a craft of unknown origin, which had no familiar features like intakes, exhaust, wings, or control surfaces. This craft, essentially a flying saucer, was in possession of the U.S. government. This revelation sheds light on the extent of research and discoveries made during the AAWSAP program.

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