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KHOST, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 27: US military personnel enjoy a special meal in celebration of America's annual Thanksgiving Day tradition in the dining hall at the US military forward operating base (FOB) Camp Salerno near Khost on November 27, 2008 in the south eastern province of Khowst, Afghanistan. Today in Kabul a car bomb amongst rush hour traffic near the US Embassy killed 4 people and injured 17. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
KHOST, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 27: US military personnel enjoy a special meal in celebration of America's annual Thanksgiving Day tradition in the dining hall at the US military forward operating base (FOB) Camp Salerno near Khost on November 27, 2008 in the south eastern province of Khowst, Afghanistan. Today in Kabul a car bomb amongst rush hour traffic near the US Embassy killed 4 people and injured 17. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Titillating Tidbits About Turkeys and Thanksgiving

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Let the shopping frenzy begin. Thanksgiving Day. What are you thankful for this year? Was it the year you thought it wo

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Groups dressed as aliens ride through downtown Roswell, New Mexico July 1, 2000 as they participate in the annual UFO Encounter, which runs through July 4, 2000. The annual festival stems from a mysterious crash northwest of Roswell in 1947. The Army initially said it was a UFO crash, but quickly backed off that report. The Pentagon has since said it was a top-secret balloon crash, but UFO enthusiasts don''t believe that story, which gives rise to what has become known as the 'Roswell Incident'. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Newsmakers)
Groups dressed as aliens ride through downtown Roswell, New Mexico July 1, 2000 as they participate in the annual UFO Encounter, which runs through July 4, 2000. The annual festival stems from a mysterious crash northwest of Roswell in 1947. The Army initially said it was a UFO crash, but quickly backed off that report. The Pentagon has since said it was a top-secret balloon crash, but UFO enthusiasts don''t believe that story, which gives rise to what has become known as the 'Roswell Incident'. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Newsmakers)
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Did Aliens Advance Our Civilization?

What is the simplest answer to this nagging question? — Early man had alien assistance.

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Air Force: 34 Missile Officers in Cheating Scandal

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says 34 missile launch officers have been implicated in a cheating scandal and three others have been implicated in a drug probe, the latest missteps by those who maintain and operate the nation's 450 nuclear missiles.

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380363 02: A sticker declares the existence of flying saucers from the window of a car parked on property near Jamul, CA, October 15, 2000, purchased by the Unarius Academy of Science to serve as a future landing site for "space brothers" from other planets. According to the academy, a spaceship carrying 1,000 alien scientists from the planet Myton will arrive on Earth in the year 2001, landing on a raised landform that was once part of an Atlantean continent in the Caribbean Sea. If humans are spritually ready, a total of 33 flying saucers from different planets will land in a towering stack near Jamul, CA to create an international university and introduce new technologies to save planet Earth from self-destruction. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)
380363 02: A sticker declares the existence of flying saucers from the window of a car parked on property near Jamul, CA, October 15, 2000, purchased by the Unarius Academy of Science to serve as a future landing site for "space brothers" from other planets. According to the academy, a spaceship carrying 1,000 alien scientists from the planet Myton will arrive on Earth in the year 2001, landing on a raised landform that was once part of an Atlantean continent in the Caribbean Sea. If humans are spritually ready, a total of 33 flying saucers from different planets will land in a towering stack near Jamul, CA to create an international university and introduce new technologies to save planet Earth from self-destruction. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)
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Project Blue Book: Have You Seen a UFO Lately?

In 1952 the United States Air Force began a series of systematic studies of unidentified flying objects or as they are commonly known — UFO’s.

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Groups dressed as aliens ride through downtown Roswell, New Mexico July 1, 2000 as they participate in the annual UFO Encounter, which runs through July 4, 2000. The annual festival stems from a mysterious crash northwest of Roswell in 1947. The Army initially said it was a UFO crash, but quickly backed off that report. The Pentagon has since said it was a top-secret balloon crash, but UFO enthusiasts don''t believe that story, which gives rise to what has become known as the 'Roswell Incident'. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Newsmakers)
Groups dressed as aliens ride through downtown Roswell, New Mexico July 1, 2000 as they participate in the annual UFO Encounter, which runs through July 4, 2000. The annual festival stems from a mysterious crash northwest of Roswell in 1947. The Army initially said it was a UFO crash, but quickly backed off that report. The Pentagon has since said it was a top-secret balloon crash, but UFO enthusiasts don''t believe that story, which gives rise to what has become known as the 'Roswell Incident'. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Newsmakers)
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The Roswell Incident Revisited 66 Years Later

UFO fanatics and conspiracy theorists are convinced beyond any doubt that the US Government is part of the biggest cover up of all time.

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How to “Fly” an F-22 in Missoula, Opportunity Only Comes Once in Fifteen Years

The Air Force: Rapid Strike installation makes its way to a local Missoula shopping center.

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Can Electricity Shock Your Brain Into Learning Faster? It Works for the Air Force

One of the toughest things to teach Air Force pilots who guide unmanned attack drones is how to accurately spot targets in complex radar images. Researchers, however, have found a way to cut that lengthy training time in half.

Delivering a mild electrical current to pilots’ brains through EEG electrodes placed on the scalp — a process called transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) — can accelerate learning and improve pilot accuracy. In addition, that accuracy is sustained for up to 40 minutes, whereas it otherwise typically declines after 20 minutes.

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$35 Billion Dollar Military Contract; Biggest In U.S. History

Predictions state that it will create about 50,000 new jobs that this country could really use right now. But what company will get it? Boeing Co. or Aeronautic Defence and Sapce Company?

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