US Air Force Officials Investigate Claims of Secret Navy Space Program
Officials from a highly classified U.S. Air Force space program that operates a space surveillance system around the Earth, are seriously investigating whistleblower claims, especially those stating that the U.S. Navy has secretly developed a parallel space program with kilometers-long craft belonging to eight battle groups capable of deep space operations.
According to secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode, a senior official from the Air Force program who he calls “Sigmund”, has been conducting “information exchanges” with Goode to learn about the alleged Navy space program and rumors of it cooperating with Nordic and other extraterrestrial groups,
Previously, Goode reported that he first encountered Sigmund in a series of military abductions that began in January 2016, when a triangular shaped antigravity spacecraft landed near his Texas home, and two Air Force personnel from the vehicle forcibly took him into the craft. Goode was subsequently interrogated and chemicals were injected into him to force him to reveal the source of his information.
After publicly emerging in March 2015, Goode’s claims had come to the attention of a highly classified Air Force Space Program, which closely cooperates with other U.S. military entities such as the National Reconnaissance Office, the National Security Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Goode calls this interagency collaboration the Military Industrial Complex Secret Space Program (MIC SSP).