• US Air Force Secret Space Program

  • Shifting Extraterrestrial Alliances & Space Force
  • By: Michael Salla
  • Narrated by: Jerry Lord
  • Length: 16 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History, Military
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (142 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

The US Air Force is experiencing a profound shift! In order to aggregate the military’s major space assets under one authority, they are being moved into a new branch under the purview of the Air Force. This new branch is to be called “Space Force”. The true purpose of Space Force will be to publicly unveil the most well-guarded secrets in the Air Force’s stunning arsenal of exotic spacecraft, unconventional weapons and mind-blowing technologies assembled over the more than 70 years since its official emergence in 1947. This book lays out the history of the Air Force secret space program, ushering in a new era with the recovery of several extraterrestrial craft in the 1940s. Secret agreements with a breakaway German colony in Antarctica (the Fourth Reich) and different extraterrestrial groups in the 1950s. Its complicity in the German infiltration of NASA and the military-industrial complex in the 1960s. Development of stealth space stations beginning from the 1970s. Deployment of squadrons of disk, triangle and rectangular-shaped craft in the 1980s and 1990s.

After its 2016 discovery that it had been deceived by the deep state and their shadowy fourth reich allies, Air Force leaders made the momentous decision to shift alliances and realigned their covert space program with human-looking extraterrestrials. This has led to bold steps being taken by the Air Force to reveal the existence of its arsenal of spacecraft to the US public.

©2019 Michael Salla (P)2019 Michael Salla

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Narration an abomination!

Michael Salla is writing exceptionally researched and integrated material chronicling the Super Space Programs.
The narration by a robotic version of Jerry Lord was beyond atrocious.
Desperate to absorb the deeply pertinent work of Salla I suffered through a barely listenable narration.
My hope is that this important book is re-recorded with an authentic voice talent, not a machine.

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What happened to the narrator?

The book's topic is very fascinating whether true or not. I tend to believe it's more ScFi than ScFact, but it's a good story nonetheless, and I give Salla's work top marks. Not so for this reading, however. Jerry Lord is a talented reader and voice-over artist. That he would have his name on this sad production is a travesty, It's not worth the single star: it's a huge NEGATIVE and brings my overall rating of the book, at least this version, to a low 2-stars. More than half of the book's narration is tiresome and unlisten-able. It sounds like a staccato computer synthesis -- and not a particularly good one at that. UGH!!!! If Lord was unable to complete reading the book properly, the producers should have found a substitute. This book deserves better than what it got with Jerry Lord's narration.

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This Book is a Step towards "real" Disclosure

Well documented and narrated. Met Dr Salla in person , a true Humanitarian who researches his subjects thoroughly
and with humor to make it more palitable as some folks just cannot handle the Truth.

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Poorly Read

The reading of this book is agonizingly pathetic. I think the performer could have done a far better job. If not, he should be dropped.

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Narration

The content is very interesting. I hope for Full Disclosure to be real and not another hoax. The narrator pauses mid sentence throughout the whole book which is distracting. It was so distracting that I had to re-listen to parts of it.

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Slow and steady

I hung in there from start to finish. Great material and information contained within. Looking forward to Disclosure, puts in perspective what wecan expect.

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Need to zone out this is the one for you

I love the topic but I'm three chapters in and cant tell you anything about it. First and foremost the narrator is both distracting and easily tuned out.

If the story doesn't pick up soon I'll try to trade it.

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Good book more insight

I got quite a bit more insight and usefull information in regards to the Ufo/disclosure topic! its really well researched and informative book if your interested in this sort of thing

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USAF SSP

Lots of great information! Filled in a lot of gaps in my understanding. Got tedious at times with scientific descriptions but overall I loved it!

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Unbelievable

This book, and the other books in the series, have baseless claims with no evidence or sources. While I do believe in UFOs and the like, I am also a natural skeptic. The information in the book series comes from unverifiable and incredible sources. If you’re looking for inside information, look elsewhere.

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  • Sherry Shrewbury
  • 09-09-19

Whoa there, first half is awesome, BUUUT

First half is great stuff, well done - worth it just to hear the narrator say ' Antarctica, and extraterrestrials' that's awesome stuff alone, Second half........ unless you are in some way mentally incapacitated (like, dumb 'cos you put spikes up your own nose and lobotomized yourself.....twice), or just very low on an IQ scale (and I mean 45 or lower cos your sister and brother are called mum and dad, by you), it's pure bovine excretion. Nazis controlled by lizards living in Antarctica sucking up trillions of dollars to reverse engineer UFOs? well okayyyyy, just one question...... living in Antarctica..... being the sole occupants of an underground superbase........ whaaaaaats the money for? tuc shop overpriced? canteen a bit pricey? what do you do with dollars in a country you CONTROL!?? can't you just print money? and DO NOT get me started on the 'weather control' I gave up here, wherever next..... Easter Island invented Easter eggs? in the words of a friend..... I've heard some sheet in my time but........

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  • Michael May
  • 05-24-20

Jarring narration.

Interesting theory but incredibly difficult to follow because everytime the narrator says “Ant——artic——-a” he sounds like he’s never heard the word before in his life.

Jarring and grated on me after the first chapter.