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Air Force Turns to Flying Cars Amid Electrogravitics Rumors

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Ospreyby Aaron Kesel, Activist Post

According to Defense One, the Air Force is looking at replacing its legendary V-22 Osprey under a program named Agility Prime, an effort to harness the commercial world’s work on flying cars. However, the Air Force has for years been experimenting with anti-gravitational technology under the nose of the public as this article will detail.

Defense One reported that the Agility Prime program was discussed at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber conference on Tuesday as “a low-hanging opportunity” to “look into where commercial innovation is going in flying cars.”

The US Air Force seems ready to disclose once top secret technology that shaped its Northrop B-2 bomber, although this could be new technology still keeping the B-2’s coveted electrogravitics secret. Many are unaware of the information that will be provided in this article. Much of this highly classified data has been left buried in history and only resurrected now thanks to a former deceased source of this writer.

A few years ago, while working on a story with a whistleblower on his death bed, a source who expanded on detailed facts of past American secret covert space projects separate from NASA, run out of the Department Of Defense, stated the US Air Force previously had “electrogravitics technology.” The source went on to tell this writer about a military project that this author never knew existed called “Project Winterhaven” that was proposed in the 1930s and a leak decades later in the media in 1992 that was provided to an aviation magazine by engineers and scientists provided below.

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