AMERICA'S FALL FROM SPACE, a documentary about government secrets and one man's journey to reclaim his reputation. Released for the first time, personal documents, interviews and unspoken factual encounters are revealed in this notable account by David Adair.

 

Approached by a notorious Air Force General interested in first-strike capability in 1969, a 15 year old boy held the secret to the fastest rocket on Earth. Given "Black Ops" resources by the U.S. Government, David Adair developed his rocket in secret, then destroyed it when he learned that it was to be used for first strike capability against Russia. Facing a lifetime of discreditation and silent undercover threats, Adair speaks out about technology lost, the truth about his rocket and the alien engine that was shown to him by the U.S. Government at Area 51.  

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  • David Adair: America's Fall From Spa
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David Adair is an established leader in lecture and awareness programs and provides the very best lecture series in space technology.  His speaking engagements take the audience on an exploration of the most interesting aspects of space industrialization and a journey through time and space, exploring space stations, space grown electronic crystals, space based solar power stations, space based defense systems, space hospitals and space manufacturing, as well as off-planet technology, life forms on other planets and the new direction of the space program.  

Since 1978, David Adair has lectured throughout the United States on space technology.  Mr. Adair is one of just a few Space Industrial Applications Consultants in the world.  Captivated by space since childhood, he has been involved in aeronautical and space technologies over the decades and has received State, Federal, National and International awards.

 

   

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Wright Patterson Airforce Base, where David Adair was taken to transport his rocket to Area 51