Suspended upside down, a titanium A-12 spy-plane prototype is prepped for radar testing at Area 51 in the late 1950s.
Remnants of a crashed A-12 spy planea€”including two engines and the shattered rear fuselagea€”litter the ground near Wendover, Utah, in a 1963 picture recently declassified by the CIA and published here for the first time.Things went horribly wrong for test pilot Ken Collins (flying under his Area 51 code name Ken Colmar) when testing the plane's subsonic engines at low altitude. An aerial photo shows a massive rapid-response team at the site of the A-12 crash near Wendover, Utah, in 1963.After pilot Ken Collins had parachuted to the ground, he was stunned to be greeted by three civilians in a pickup, who offered to give him a ride to the wreckage of his plane. A crane hoists A-12 debris (right) onto a flatbed truck at the site of the 1963 A-12 crash in Utah. On the 50th anniversary of the upheaval, we look at images that one brave photographer hid from the government. A sinkhole in Floridaa€™s Aucilla River is an a€?archaeological gold minea€? that offers a rare glimpse of life in ancient America. The impeccably preserved skeletons could shed further light on the extinction that killed off woolly mammoths. Other documents focus on the aircraft tested at the facility (and their operational use) — particularly the stealth F-117. In addition to documents on F-117 operations, a number of documents focus on the development of stealth capability. Also represented in the posting is another type of activity at Area 51 — the exploitation of covertly acquired Soviet MiGs.


At 25,000 feet (7,620 meters), "the airplane pitched up and went up and got inverted and went into a flat incipient spin," Collins says in the new National Geographic Channel documentary Area 51 Declassified.
Instead, Collins got them to give him a ride in the opposite direction, by telling them the plane had a nuclear weapon on boarda€”a prearranged cover story to keep the Area 51 craft a secret.Soon a team of government agents appeared to direct a complete cleanupa€”and cover-upa€”operation.
In their judgment, the photos of the 1963 crash no longer are, and so they were declassified and released," Robarge told National Geographic News."In 2007 the CIA declassified over a thousand documents related to the OXCART program and published an unclassified history of it in conjunction with the acquisition from the Air Force of one of the nine remaining A-12 airframes," now on display at CIA headquarters, Robarge added. Part of an engine nacelle and an exhaust ejector are visible at left.Though the CIA has released some photos of the incident, officials remain mum about exactly who was involved in the cover-up and how it was carried out.
Air Force’s top secret stealth programs in the 1970s and 1980s, and hosted secretly obtained Soviet MiG fighters during the Cold War. Those documents include a variety of histories of the F-117 squadron, with details on participation in operations and exercises. One of those (Document 10), is the mathematical analysis by Russian physicist and engineer P. Included is a 300-page Defense Intelligence Agency report (Document 50) on the exploitation of the MiG-21, a project titled HAVE DOUGHNUT. Cold Warriors with the highest security clearances could pursue cutting-edge aeronautical projects away from prying eyes. By the next morning, recovery crews had begun loading the wreckage on trucks for the return trip to Area 51 in Nevada.No one else approached the wreck site or even learned of the crash during the next half century.


Some of the documents specifically focus on Area 51 and the concern for maintaining secrecy about activities at the facility. Other documents (Document 51, Document 52) concern the exploitation effort concerning two MiG-17s, efforts named HAVE DRILL and HAVE FERRY. Included is a 1961 memo (Document 1) from the CIA’s inspector general raising the issue of security, and a response (Document 2) reporting the shared concerns of the CIA Deputy Director for Plans, Richard Bissell. Declassified documents help demonstrate the central role that Area 51 played in the development of programs such as the F-117, and the operational employment of the aircraft. But don't expect any information to emerge for several decadesa€”despite the recent declassifications, CIA's Robarge still won't confirm the base exists.
Other declassified documents reveal Area 51?s role in testing foreign radar systems and, during the Cold War, secretly obtained Soviet MiG fighters.



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