And further more we dont know the identity nor designation of this investigator, as his name is blacked out. What we do however know is that he was with the air force and the one assigned to investigate the ufo crash and three et bodies.
We do not know of the information, knowledge, or tools that were at his disposal at the time, and as previous poster have mentioned, you cannot disregard the three bodies and downed saucer just because the investigator wasnt an expert on radar / spacecraft and/ or wasnt given a long leash to pursue the correct cause. What it seems like to me is he was assigned to investigate the occurance after it happened and was not given the time or space (apparent in the last line: no further investigation past the speculation) .
This memo was sent from the airforce to the director of the fbi.
It's a wonder how people with such intelligent and advanced methods of debate could argue such a non-issue as the radar when you have a report of three ET bodies and a downed spacecraft. You aren't arguing against the credibility of the investigator, you're arguing against the credibility of the airforce and FBI, as it would be an insult to either to say that the document was a fraud.
Edited by Navyblue, 11 April 2011 - 05:00 PM.