Is US Congress Proposal for a Space Corps a Red Herring?

Source: Exopolitics

The US House of Representatives passed a bill on July 14 that includes a proposal for the establishment of a Space Corps to be formed out of existing US Air Force space operations. The proposal suggests that the Space Corps have a relationship to the US Air Force that parallels the current US Navy relationship with the Marine Corps.

What makes the proposal interesting is that it is being opposed by the US Air Force and the White House, both believe such a separation is unnecessary. According to Air Force Chief of Staff, General David Goldfein:

If you’re saying the words separate and space in the same sentence, I would offer, you’re moving in the wrong direction.

Similarly, the White House released a statement saying “the creation of a separate Space Corps … is premature at this time.”

Why is Congress attempting to push through a radical restructuring of USAF over the objections of senior military officials?

For an answer, we can examine the possibility that the USAF runs a second tier secret space program, and that the “real” or “first tier” space program is run by the US Navy. Indeed, this is precisely what was indicated by British hacker, Gary McKinnon, who found a list of “non-terrestrial officers” and “fleet to fleet” transfers.

The language found on the hacked Pentagon documents is clearly suggestive of a US Navy led secret space program. Does the Navy have space fleets where such transfers are a regular occurrence for its “non-terrestrial officers”?

Such a possibility has been…

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