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    In September 2012, Michael Rhodes, a technician at the National Declassification Center (NDC) in College Park, Md., donned white cotton gloves, entered a climate-controlled room, and opened a cardboard file box. It was time for the report inside—"Project 1794 Final Development Summary Report 2 April—30 May 1956"—to become public.

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    Default Re: Declassified: America's Secret Flying Saucer

    Hook me up, I want to fly it! Wheee!!

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