JOINT RECONNAISSANCE STUDY GROUP
The Joint Reconnaissance Study Group (JRSG) is a research entity designed to utilize the resources of the Department of Defense and national intelligence services in the missions to be defined by the Congress of the United States, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the president of the United States.
JRSG personnel will endeavor to investigate intelligence-related matters deemed relevant to the national security of the United States of America.
Areas to be explored by JRSG will be regarded as TOP SECRET/SCI, using the compartmented code word BOONE. Need-to-know protocol will be in force. Study groups within JRSG will be compartmented to the degree necessary.
Cross-fertilization of data and intelligence will be at the discretion of study group team members and the commanding officer of JRSG. Research and investigative findings will be compiled and interpreted by the senior officers on each team and submitted to the JRSG CO for communication to higher command authorities.
GROUP STRUCTURE AND PERSONNEL:
JRSG teams will be structured as follows to enhance cross-service, and cross-agency cooperation and communication. Initial organization of study teams include three, three-person groups. The JRSG CO, Colonel Thomas O'Brien, U.S. Air Force, will have direct command and full discretionary command and control.
- Team One: Commander Daniel Wells, U.S. Navy; Lieutenant Commander James Etienne, U.S. Navy; Captain Amy Mella, U.S. Air Force
- Team Two: Colonel Edward Thompson, U.S. Army; Captain William MacNeil, U.S. Army; Michael Green
- Team Three: Colonel Gene Voss, U.S. Marine Corps; Major Karen Valdez, U.S. Air Force; Jennifer Thorsen
AREAS OF RESEARCH:
JRSG teams will conduct broad-based, yet narrowly focused research and investigations into areas as identified and directed by the JRSG CO. These areas will include, but will not be limited to, the following general categories:
1) Unidentified flying objects (UFOs): Alleged abductions of humans by same. Reported technology and method of operations.
2) Extra-sensory perception (ESP): Alleged perception of information available to human beings through means other than the five senses.
3) Near-death experience (NDE): Alleged contacts with Heavenly persons and afterlife-type phenomena reported by persons experiencing clinical death.
4) Research in sub-atomic and quantum physics and how these fields may affect or illuminate the above areas.
5) DNA and other genetics studies and how these fields may affect or illuminate the above areas.
6) Native American culture and history and how it may affect or illuminate the above areas.
7) Cross-theoretical/cross-cultural religious and philosophical studies and how they may affect or illuminate the above areas.
METHODS AND GOALS:
JRSG personnel will conduct field interviews and other information and intelligence gathering tasks as directed by the JRSG CO. JRSG teams will pursue intelligence and reconnaissance based on their investigative discretion and initiative.
Senior officers Commander Daniel Wells, Colonel Edward Thompson, and Colonel Gene Voss will report directly to the JRSG CO. JRSG CO Colonel Thomas O'Brien will report directly to the National Security Council, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the president of the United States.
JRSG teams will endeavor to conduct reconnaissance on the seven general areas of study and maintain security of the intelligence collected. The JRSG will be granted the full cooperation of all military commands and civilian governmental agencies. Reports will be channeled from JRSG field teams to the JRSG CO on an as-needed basis at the discretion of senior team officers.
Sunday, April 6, 2008
JOINT RECONNAISSANCE STUDY GROUP