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The Roswell UFO incident took place in the U.S. in 1947, when an airborne object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico, on July 7, 1947.  Although the crash is attributed to a U.S. military surveillance balloon by the U.S. government, the most famous explanation of what occurred is that the object was a spacecraft containing extraterrestrial life. Since the late 1970s, the Roswell incident has been the subject of much controversy, and conspiracy theories have arisen about the event.

Jul 1947 An object that the Army Air Force later said was a weather balloon crashed near Roswell, N. Eyewitness accounts gave rise to speculation it might have been an alien spacecraft Roswell UFO incident - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles Goodnight, the book and movie "Lonesome Dove" is based on his life, March 5,1836 - Dec. 12,1929. Goodnight moved to Texas in 1846 when he was 10 years old. By the time he was 12 he was working as a cowboy and served with the local militia in the many fights against Comanche raiders. In 1857 he joined the Texas Rangers,

Charles Goodnight, famed west Texas rancher and basis for the character of Woodrow Call in LONESOME DOVE.

White Sands New Mexico Army Base | Installation Overview -- White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

Installation Overview White Sands Missile Range New Mexico

White Sands New Mexico Army Base | Installation Overview -- White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

Civil War: Here is a new figure that represents , Company B, 5th Texas Mounted Rifles of General Sibley's (C.S.A.) Army of the Southwest in 1861. Two companies of the 5th were armed with lances and at least Company B took part in a charge at the Battle of Valverde in what is today , New Mexico.

Company B, Texas Mounted Rifles of General Sibley’s (C.) Army of the Southwest in Two companies of the were armed with lances and at least Company B took part in a charge at the Battle of Valverde in what is today , New Mexico. By Don Troiani.

PASSING OF A CODE BREAKER    George Smith, a member of the famed Navajo Code Talkers, who used their rare and ancient language to outwit the Japanese during World War II, has died.    He died on Oct. 30 at the Gallup Indian Medical Center in New Mexico, said Navajo Nation president Ben Shelly. Smith was 90.    Photo: Navajo Code Talker George Smith (Paul Natonabah/Navajo Times)

Member of secret WWII Navajo Code Talker Marine unit dies at 90

"Our Navajo Code Talkers have been real life heroes to generations of Navajo people." Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly on the the passing of WWII veteran and Navajo Code Talker George Smith, USMC, who passed away Oct.

Trail from missile launch also know as a Missile Contrail, White Sands, New Mexico Missile Range

Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) North Oscura Peak White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

1902 FORT WINGATE, NEW MEXICO Army Cover PHILIPPINE OVERPRINT to Norfolk, VA

1902 FORT WINGATE, NEW MEXICO Army Cover PHILIPPINE OVERPRINT to Norfolk, VA

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