John Burroughs and James Worrow On Fade To Black
December 15th, 2020
"Weaponisation of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon"
Tonight, John Burroughs announces the release of his new book: "Weaponisation of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon", co-authored with James Worrow, as we approach the 40th Anniversary of the Rendlesham Forest Incident. Jimmy Church has written the foreward to this very important book and it is available for the Kindle version pre-order today and the release is December 16th, 2020.
John entered the USAF in 1979 and served twenty-seven years both in active and reserve. He is currently USAFR (Retired from the Air Force Reserves).
John had various assignments throughout his Air Force career. Some of these assignments were at Luke AFB, Osan AFB, Grissom AFB, Castle AFB, with Reserve assignments at Davis-Monthan AFB Prime Beef , Williams AFB, Reese AFB and Luke AFB as a IMA. He has been on many deployments from Italy to the Middle East.
The most notable assignment began in 1979; he was assigned as a Security Police Law Enforcement Patrolman, at RAF Bentwaters England. A twin base with RAF Woodbridge, together they amassed the Largest Tactical Fighter Wing in the USAF. In the early mourning hours of December 26th 1980, while working a Law Enforcement Patrol at RAF Woodbridge, he had a life changing event, where he conducted an investigation on a phenomenon, which has left the rest of the world in awe of the most documented and witnessed sighting by the United States military in known history.
Book: "Weaponisation of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon"