This book goes far, far beyond the typical UFO books which dwell on lights in the sky or someone’s autobiography. Even if only a small fraction of the reported UFO crashes are true this is still worth the read. Not to be read once, but perhaps several times then to be used as a reference in any future research, the book has “meat” and substance. One of the many high points of this book is a copy of the citation award given to Harry B. Cooper, father of Tim Cooper by Gen. Curtis E. Lemay. The award cites Harry Cooper for his exemplary knowledge in support of the Air Force UFO program. This citation and a lot more make this book a nonstop thriller and a must read for anyone seriously interested in the UFO phenomena; you won’t be sorry you did.
– Robert M. Collins, Author of Exempt From Disclosure