- Aleutian Islands, Alaska
- Atlantic City, NJ
- Barbers Point Navel Air Station, Hawaii
- Bergstrom AFB, Austin, TX
- Braithwaite, LA
- Cameron Station, Alexandria, VA
- Camp Bonifas, South Korea
- Camp Edwards, South Korea
- Camp Giant, South Korea
- Camp Liberty Bell, South Korea
- Charleston, SC
- Clark Air Base, Phillippines
- Ernest Harmon AFB, Stephenville, Newfoundland
- Fort Detrick, MD
- Fort Devens, Devens, MA
- Goose Bay, Labrador
- Haneda Air Base, Japan
- Homestead, FL
- Horn Island, MS
- Hunter ArmyAirfield, Savannah, GA
- KI Sawyer AFI, MI
- Key West, FL
- Lexington Army Depot, KY
- Lowry Air Base, Denver, CO
- Mather AFB, Rancho Cordova, CA
- Myrtle Beach, SC
- Nakhon Phanom AFB, Thailand
- Newark AFB, NJ
- Niagara Falls, NY
- Oak Ridge, TN
- Pease AFB, Portsmouth, NH
- Plum Island
- Pucallpu, Peru
- Slack Farm, Uniontown, KY
- Treasure Island Naval Station, San Francisco, CA
- Yongsan Base, Seoul, South Korea
Bergstrom AFB, Austin, TX|
- op.jpg - List of people associated with Project Paperclip
ARTHUR RUDOLPH / ARTHUR RUDOLPH
WERNER VON BRAUN / WERNER VON BRAUN
KURT BLOME / HENRY STECKEL
WALTER SCHREIBER / JONATHAN TAFT
HERMANN BECKER-FREYSING / RALPH CRADE
SIEGFRIED RUFF / SIEGFRIED RUFF
ERICH MILLER / SALVATORE GENERO
REINHARD GEHLEN / RANDY GEHLER
KLAUS BARBIE / KLAUS BARBIE
HEINRICH RUPP / HENRY ROUGH
LICIO GELLI / LICIO GELLI
Allen Memorial Institue
Dr. Ewen Cameron
- paperclip.jpg - Photo of Paperclip members
Clark Air Base, Phillippines|
- cafb_25thinfantrybooklet_001.jpg - The 25th Infantry (Tropic Lightning) Booklet
- cafb_25thinfantrybooklet_002.jpg - Campaigns of the 25th Infantry
25TH INFANTRY DIVISION CAMPAIGNS
WORLD WAR II
United Nations Defensive
United Nations Offensive
Chinse Communist Forces Intervention
First United Nations Counteroffensive
Chinese Communist Forces Spring Offensive
United Nations SummerFall Offensive
Second Korean Winter
Korea, SummerFall 1952
Third Korean Winter
Korea, Summer-Fall 1953
HISTORY OF THE 25TH INFANTRY DIVISION
The 25th Infantry Division was organized October 1, 1941 at Schofield Barracks from elements of the old Hawaiian Division - the 27th and 35th Infantry Regiments - and the 161st Infantry Regiment from the Washington (State) National Guard.
PEARL HARBOR - The young division received its first baptism of fire December 7, 1941. Japanese aircraft bombed air and naval installations on Oahu, and flew strafing missions over Schofield Barracks. The soldiers of the division returned their fire, and became the first to engage the enemy in World War II. To counteract the threat of invasion, the divion moved to the beaches to take up positions in defense of Honolulu and the Eva Plains. When the threat of invasion subsided, the division returned to Schofield Barracks to prepare for combat in the Pacific.
GUADALCANAL - In November 1942, the division moved to Berndernon Field, Guadalcanal to relieve the United States Marines. Advance elements landed near the Temira River on December 17, 1942 and entered combat on January 10, 1943. The division participated in the seisure of Kokamhoma and the reduction of the Mount Austin Pocket, some of the bitterest fighting in the Pacific.
NORTHERN SOLOMONS - The Guadalcanal campaign was followed by the battle for the remainder of the Soloman Islands. Elements of the division captured Zirta and Bairoka Harbor, winning the island of New Georgia on August 25, 1943. Arandel Island was cleared on September 24, and on October 6, Kolombangara, with the vital Vila Airport fell to the division. In the process, the division earned the nickname "TROPIC LIGHTNING".
Training in New Zealand and the move to New Caledonia prepared the division for the next operation - the invasion of the Philippines.
LUZON - January 11, 1945 was D-day for the "Tropic Lightning" in the liberation of the Philippines. Division troops landed in the San Fabian area of Luzon. They drove across the Central Plains, meeting the enemy at Binalosan on January 17, 1945. The division soon caputred Digdig, Putland and Kapistaban. Belele Pass fell May 13, and the capture of Sante Fe opened the gateway to
- cafb_25thinfantrybooklet_003.jpg - Divisions of the 25th Infantry
- cafb_25thinfantrypaper_001.jpg - 25th Infantry Division 1941-1965 pamphlet
- cafb_25thinfantrypaper_002.jpg - Four Veteran Division Memembers Recall Memorable Events / 25th's 24 Years of History articles
- cafb_hawaiichurchprogram_001.jpg - Church pamphlet
Westminster Abbey of Hawaii
Founded on April 25, 1820
- cafb_koreaninformation_001.jpg - What You Might See in Korea handout
WHAT WE MIGHT SEE ON A TRIP TO KOREA
Hong Kik and Sunja
A kitchen corner
Inside a church
"Our Father" in Korean: Oori Abaji
String Lunch Basket
Goose Bay, Labrador|
Haneda Air Base, Japan|
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_001.jpg - Outside of folder with Korean writing saying 'Top Secret'
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_002.jpg - Papers with Korean writing
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_003.jpg - Table of Contents for Nature Journal, 1987 July, Vol. 10 No. 7
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_004.jpg - Letter to Mr. Li Zi
The University of Arizona
Dear Mr. Li Zi
I am a predoctoral research fellow of Department of Anthropolgy, the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. I am very interested in Bigfoot in Norther America and Wild Man in China. [???] I am planning to conduct[?] DNA analysis of Bigfoot and Wild Man Hair. I am looking for Wild Main hair having [???].
Through my article [???] you and other scholars published in [???]. I know that you have Wild Man hair collected from many different areas of Southern China. I wonder if you have Wild Man hair with [???] and if it is possible for you to provide me with some of [???] specimans for my project. I would greatly apprecaite it. If you have [???]
In my project, I am also going to conduct microscopic and chemical [???] analysis of Bigfoot hair and compare the readings with those of Wild Man hair published in your [???] literature.
Thank you very much in advance.
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_005.jpg - 'Wild Man' - Fact or Fiction article
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_006.jpg - Investigation Report
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_007.jpg - Bigfoot connection another tall tale in mummy's past? Picture of Olaf
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_008.jpg - Mysterious Ape-Man Sighted in Russia article
Mysterious Ape-Man Sighted in Russia (79-5-22 National Enquirer)
Russian researches are firmly convinced a half-man, half-ape with thick short hair all over its body and eyes that glow like firey red coals, prowls the frozen wasts of nothern Siberia.
Sovient scientists, after investigation dozens of reports of new sightings, have confirmed the existence of the strange creature. And the prestigious U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences appointed a special commision to study it.
"The mysterious snowman is not a human but a relic hominid (a relative or ancestor of man)," said Sergei Khimov, a biologist.
"They are no longer apes, but neither are they humans! They are in between the two, ape-men who walks upright."
Writing in the publication, [???] Khimov and [???] Vladimir [???] said they had uncovered dozens of sightings of the [???] creature in nothern Siberia.
Descriptions of the ape-man, called [???] by herders and villagers, are remarkably similar and have occured over the past 80 years. [Vladimer] The creature is said to be over [???] feet all and it runs with amazing speed.
The creature's [???] forehead is small and protuding. It's chin is broad and far larger than a human's and the apeman makes a terrifying sound like a high-pitched whistle.
A hunter, [???] reported he saw [???] the ape-man emerging from the forest. [???] eyes glowed like two dark red lanterns," he said. "They wore no clothes. Their bodies were covered with thick, short hair. Both their faces and bodies were black.
"Their faces jutted out, their arms were longer than a man's and they swung them in a strange way. Their gait was unlike a human's. They [???] their feet when walking.
A former schoolteacher, Marla Semkina, said her dogs were howling wildly one night, and when she investigated, "I saw a very tall man.
"The hedge was almost seven feet high and the man's head and shoulders were above it. His eyes glowed like lanterns. When the dogs rushed at him baying, the man picked up it up and hurled it over the other side."
A Soviet historian, G.V. [???] wrote that the creature "lives in a lair, like a bear. He feeds on wild deer and eats the meat raw."
Geologist [???] concluded: "Everywhere the description of the [???] is astonishingly detailed, showing him as an [???] creature - strong and habitulized in the given conditions of the north."
-- Dave Weissman
Native Sherpa guide with wife and children, guided Dr. Yetgat's party to snowmen.
For what seemed an interminable time the snowmen and the scientists stared at each other. Dr. Yotgat noticed one of the big ones was hurt; a long deep gash ran down its chest and belly, and it lay prone on a rock, which was probably why the creatures had not run at the men's approach.
This led to the greatest misfortune which befell the party. Sensing danger, the two remaining
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men had gone. After two further weeks of search the party retruned to civilization.
Back to his native Turky, Dr. Yotgat published several articles on his expediton in the Turkish press.
Among the most interesting was the doctor's intensive study which linked the snowmen he and his parted had sighted, with other sightings of snowmen.
"In 1966," states Dr. Yotgat, "the tiny Himalayan country of Bhutan issued a commemorative series of postage stamps, picturing the Snowman in the five ways he has been described.
"First, as a fanged, maned creature more like a lion than ape or man.
"Second, as a female with heavy pendulous breasts, somewhere between ape and man in body.
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_009.jpg - Abominable snowgirl rapes Chinese farmer / Was it Abominable Snowman articles
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_010.jpg - Various pictures of Bigfoot
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_011.jpg - Various pictures of Bigfoot
- hafb_chineseclassifiedfolder_012.jpg - Map of Tibet
- piny_pn4-11-02-054.wmv - Now we know where cryptidtruth got those 'new' shots of the creature
- piny_lab101.jpg - Memo on Lab 101
Plum Island Animal Disease Center
Special Operations Division, War Research Service
Lab 101 - Dr. Genero
PIADC PN 4-11-02-051 Embryonic Adapted Disease Protocols
PIADC PN 4-11-02-052 Clandestine Attacks on Crops and Animals
PIADC PN 4-11-02-054 Reptilian Mammalian Synthesis
PIADC PN 4-11-02-055a Animal Form Manipulation - Surgical
PIADC PN 4-11-02-055b Animal Form Manipulation - Genetic
2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid
COL. D. MACE/DIRECT REPORT/AUTHORIZED ACCESS ONLY/CC FORT DETRICK SOD
- piny_photo_colmace.jpg - Picture of Colonel Mace
- piny_photosheet001_piadc_4-11-02-051.jpg - Pictures of puppies
piny_photosheet002_piadc_4-11-02-051.jpg - Pictures of puppies
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