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Old 08-11-2019, 09:52 AM
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I went to WPAFB museum a few days ago with my dad and a friend of his, we got to talking about UFOs, and I brought up that I remember the museum having a small glass case (near the large cafeteria, in the hallway), in which they had some materials recovered by past UAPs, I vividly remember a orangish color honeycomb type material that was in this case, and there was some signage describing how and when they obtained this material.

My dad thought I was joking, but I asked an older volunteer that worked there about it and he confirmed that this display was there at one time and had been removed in the late 1980s, this was all he knew about, but he encouraged me to do a google search and see if there are any pictures of it...sure enough, I found one!

The picture is pretty good ( i have no idea who the guy is), the honeycomb material I was talking about, can be seen on the top shelf, at the far right.
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