By Dr. Michael Salla
Tompkins has supplied a document confirming that a Special Projects Committee was created and gave reports at meetings of the Medford “Rogue Valley” council of the Navy League. In addition, two retired Navy officers who attended these meetings have been contacted, and confirmed that Tompkins did discuss extraterrestrial related issues at the Navy League meetings as he contends.
The US Navy League is a national organization with over 50,000 members that provides support for the US Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine. It was founded in 1902 due to a suggestion by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Navy League describes itself as “a civilian organization dedicated to the education of our citizens, including our elected officials, and the support of the men and women of the sea services and their families.”
Tompkins created the Navy League Rogue Valley Council in January 1985, and became its inaugural President. Prior to this, Tompkins had worked for the U.S. Navy and leading aerospace contractors from 1942 to 1984. During this period of over 40 years, he has stated that he worked on a number of advanced spacecraft designs based on information that was developed with the assistance of extraterrestrials.
Of particular importance, during his time at Douglas Aircraft Company (1950 – 1963), Tompkins was involved in designing naval space battle groups with spacecraft carriers and cruisers that were as much as two kilometers in length. He has described in his book, Selected by Extraterrestrials, three Nordic aliens that were embedded in the Douglas Company, that quietly assisted him.
Later in his aerospace career with companies such as Rocketdyne, TRW, Lockeheed, and General Dynamics, Tompkins says that he participated directly in various aspects of the Navy’s secret space program as it went from the early design phase, leading to detailed architectural plans, and finally to the space battle groups eventual deployment in 1984.
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