Shocking information has been leaked about the operation of Radiance Technologies.
If someone owned a UFO and asked Radiance scientists to take it apart to find out how it worked, would they accept the request?
Tim Tinsley, president of Radiance Technologies, said yes to that question.
Tinsley is an engineer who spent two decades working on missile defense systems before joining Radiance. Unlike Lockheed Martin or Northrop Grumman, the Huntsville, Alabama-based company is entirely employee-owned.
“It doesn’t matter if we’re in Las Vegas or San Antonio, Dayton, Ohio or Huntsville,” –
“The idea is that we have a core set of values that run throughout the company.”
But what exactly is Radiance Technologies doing with the 105,000 square meter laboratory space? The company’s website refers to involvement in exotic defense technologies, including direct-energy weapons, hypersonic missiles and systems for defense against cyber warfare, among other projects reminiscent of science fiction.
But what’s going on at Nellis Air Force Base?
“I can’t say much,” Tinsley says tentatively.
“I can say that we have been supporting the Las Vegas community at Nellis Air Force
Base for over 20 years.”
He said the work is mainly in the Air Force’s R&D, test and evaluation spectrum.
For more than three decades, Nellis Air Force Base has been rumored to be home to mysterious substances of unknown origin.
According to the story, classified as hearsay by military agencies and defense contractors, a super-secret program located at or near the Area 51 military base in Nevada was trying to reverse engineer alien technology.
Now, however, there appears to be some truth to the rumor, as key congressional committees have received closed-door briefings claiming the rumors are true, and legislation is pending to encourage whistleblowers to come
forward and share and what they know about the fallen saucers.
Radiance Technologies cannot confirm the claims, but one of the company’s moves suggests otherwise.
Months ago, it announced it would hire a reverse engineering specialist, Jay Stratton, a longtime Navy intelligence official who previously headed the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, or UAP, task force.
Stratton urged Radiance to hire Dr. Travis Taylor, who had worked with him as a senior scientist on the UAP task force.
When Radiance announced the hiring of the two veterans of UFO research, the press releases made no secret of the connection and pointedly mentioned their connection to UFOs.
But maybe the company is worried about the perception that they might want to decipher UFOs?
“No, we provide solutions to our clients,” Tinsley explains. “Whatever our customers want us to work on and support, we do it.”
For his part, Taylor won’t say what they’re working on with Stratton, but he makes it clear what they’re hoping for.
“Jay and I are working on expanding the capabilities and doing reverse engineering of alien material,”
“If we had to undo something, we would definitely do it.”