Edgar Fouche's Military, and DOD contractors reference Documents

Edgar Fouche (middle) in Basic Training - 1967 

The SAC/DARPA Classified Document

First DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Agency asked that I be available until 1987) This was in regards to Area 51. 
Notice the DoD, Department of Defense seal, and not the USAF or SAC seal. 
Since I was assigned to SAC Hq., DARPA’s request went to them. 
This letter is SAC’s (DoD office) response to the request. 
The first blackened out part is a classified assignment SCI/:SAP code 
The second blackened out part is my SSN. 
AAR is After Action Request, refers to a classified program. 
This was blackened out by me as the specific AAR is classified TS. 
The last blackened area is because in has classification information and is also stamped Top Secret. 
And also the name of the senior NCO is blackened out, but BigPappy, (Danny B), and Mark Hall, Jeremy (alienscientist.com) Eddie Curry, and Bill Handel and others saw this document before it was blackened out. 
I’m on the thin grey line on this but am willing to post it.” 
I thought I had destroyed all my classified documents. This was a surprise discovery for me. 
To most this will not prove or mean anything. 
But it shows that DARPA thought I was special and wanted me to be available until my retirement date. 

Another KEY Document

This document shows that Ed Fouche was assigned to ‘Det-3 AFFTC’ which is the organization at the ‘Air Force Flight Test Center’ responsible for operations at Area 51 Groom Air Base.

Notice the Det-3, AFFTC (Detachment 3 – Air Force Flight Test Center) which is the group at Edwards AFB which controls all new Black TS R&D and FOT&E at Area 51 – Groom Air Base). AF Form 77a.

As Ed has stated for 12+ years, he worked at Area 51 while stationed at Nellis AFB in Las Vegas. “I was stationed at Nellis from 76-79. In the summer of 79 I worked at Groom AB and DARC (Defense Advanced Research Center). This is right before assignment to Kadena AFB, Okinawa Japan.”

When you read the write-up on the form 77, you can see what an exceptional performer TSgt. Fouche was. This is consistent with his previous documents and also has been verified by Don Waldrop, California State Director MUFON. Don Waldrop saw this document and about 200 others in 1998.

Many other key personnel from the IUFOC, MUFON, and BBC Channel 4 also saw these documents.

1968 - OJT Training (On the Job Training)

This is Ed Fouche's OJT Training (On the Job Training) For his "five level upgrade" 


1970 - Training Certificate: Solid State Devices

Filename: TR-FTD Solid State Devices-1970 
In the late 60s and early 70s we rapidly transitioned from tube devices to solid state devices on more modern aircraft’s avionics systems like the F-111s at the time and the AGE and AIS (Avionics Intermediate Shops) and the Automatic and Manual Test Equipment. 

You get very basic soldering training at your basic ‘3’ level technical school.

After you arrive to your first Avionics or other type electronics shop you get further advanced soldering techniques at the local FTD (Field Training Detachment) for your ‘5’ level upgrade training.

The last (NASA training course) soldering training I had as a SSgt ‘7’ level, was for repairing multilevel circuit cards with surface mounted solid state devices on them. Some of the training included how to go into a molded electronic modules and cut away the resin to replace components.

Solid State Devices 
Filename: TR-FTD Solid State Devices-1970 In the late 60s and early 70s we rapidly transitioned from tube devices to solid state devices on more modern aircraft’s avionics systems like the F-111s at the time and the AGE and AIS (Avionics Intermediate Shops) and the Automatic and Manual Test Equipment.





1974 - Integrated Avionics Component Technicians Course - McDonnell Aircraft Corporation


Edgar Fouche: 

When I arrived at Edwards AFB - 6515 TSS - AFFTC, I was assigned to the F-15 R&D and FOT&E Program. The elite few of us (CADRE) AFFTC and TAC went TDY (Tempory Duty) to the Mac-Air facility in St. Charles, Missouri for lenghty training on the AIS (Avionics Intermediate Shops) Manual, Automatic, and ECM equipment. 
McDonnell Aircraft Corporation - Certificate of training - F-15 Eagle Integrated Avionics Component Technicians Course, Feb 1974. The CNI Test Station handled testing, alignment, and calibration of all the Communications, Navigation, and IFF for the Eagle. These LRUs (Line Replacable Units) were removed by flightline avionics experts who worked directly on the aircraft in hangers and on the flightline. They did periodic tests and if a pilot or co-pilot had a problem with ANY of functioning Avionics systems, they would write up the error or problem in the specific aircraft log books. If a failure was actually detected and verified by the crew chief or the flight line technicians they sent the unit into the Avionics Intermediate Repair (AIS) shops. We'd take the unit and hook it up to either manual, automatic, or ECM (TEWS-TITE) test stations. Then we would run tests on these LRUs (which were called UUT - Unit Under Test while in the AIS) and perfom repair, down to the component level in many cases, and alignment and calibration as needed.

These ATE or AIS test stations were 6 feet tall by 2 feet wide, and there were multiple bays of them filled with their own test equipment, calibration equipment, frequency counters, ossilliscopes, DVMs, and other built in equipment for unique testing. One tall rack was called a bay; from four to seven bays were attached side by side with external cableing depending on the configuration needed to test the myriad LRUs from the flightline. Each bay had multiple racks of switching, routing, test points A removable slied out racks; like a frequency counter and these removable drawers in the bays were called a TRUs (Tester Replacable Units).

1985 - Edgar Fouche SAC Liaison to Industry Annual Performance Report

1. Name - Edgar A. Fouche
2. Social Security # (Redacted)
3. Grade - MSGT (Master Sergent)
4. DAFSC: Defense Air Force Specialty Code - 32674 
5. Organization, Command, and Location - Bombardment Wg (H), OL OOKE (SAC) Kelly AFB TX 
6. PAS CODE Personnell Accounting Symbol - KHOSF296 


Acronym KEY:

SAC - Strategic Air Command 
SA-ALC - San Antonia Air Logistics Center 
AFLC - Air Force Logistics Command 
AIS/R - Avionics Intermediate Shop Replacement Program Office 
QOT&E - Qualification Operational Test and Evaluation 

It's interesting to note the perfect reports Ed Fouche received and read through to comments from his Commanding Officers who wrote and signed off on the reports speaking very highly of Ed's Performance.


The first signing officer on this report is Squadron Leader Robert C. Owen (RAF - Royal Air Force) 
You can find a copy of a USAF document authored by (THE OTHER) Col. Robert C. Owen Here 

(at least I don't think they are the same person... They could be... I haven't looked deeply enough into it) 


Col. (Ret.) Robert A. Stier can be founded listed on This USAF Donor Report Document on page 16/37 left hand column in the section $500-$999 
Col. (Ret.) Robert A. Stier is also the author of this 1977 Master's Thesis on An Investigation into the Nature of Aircraft Supportability in the CILC Environment 

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN J. DORAN JR. was Ed Fouche's Boss when he worked as SAP Liaison to Industry as indicated in the above reports. 
Here is a link to the AirForce's Biography on the signing officer MAJOR GENERAL JOHN J. DORAN JR.


1993 - Performance Evaluation and Development Plan

CEA - Computer Engineering Associates (Hauppauge, NY) - Now Possibly Hauppauge Computer Works??? 
RFTLTS - Radio Frequency Line Test System 

If you notice this document is signed off by Col. Barry MacKean who you can look up is an SR-71 Pilot. 
Here is a listeing of SR-71 Pilots and you will notice that Barry MacKean is listed #341 
Col. Barry Mackean and his wife who is also a Retired Col. and former military doctor are now both retired in the Pheonix/Scottsdale area of Arizona. 
Col. Barry Mackean (an SR-71 pilot) was the DOD Contractor, site manager for CEA. Ed Fouche was a Senior Program Manager under Col. Barry MacKean. 
Here is a link to a source which shows that Col. Barry McKean (an SR-71 pilot) was indeed assigned to Kadena AFB, Okinawa Japan, at the SAME time as Edgar Fouche. 



1979-June-Nellis-1st Commendation Medal 
1982 May - PACAF-1st Meritorious Medal 
1982 May - PACAF-1st Meritorious Medal 
1987 May - SAC-3rd Meritorious Medal 
1987 May - SAC-3rd Meritorious Medal 


1983 July - ATC Associates Degree Avionics 
1983 May - Command NCO Acad 

END of Ed Fouche Documents




More on Mac Air AIS ATE Training: Here is what an ex-AIS ATE technician has on his resume.

My guess is he was a Staff Sergeant judging by his skills. - Ed Fouche


Military Service - Veteran, USAF, F-15 avionics technician. He worked the Automatic shop. His resume does not indicate he worked either the TEWS-TITE (ECM) shop or the Manual shop. Over the years the nomenclature of the ATE has changes as different manufactures have built replacement test equipment.

Honorable discharge.

Honeywell AIS Bay 2 Avionics Operations Inspected, tested, adjusted and repaired complete system of sophisticated avionics equipment removed from F-15 jet aircraft. System consisted of over 100 different avionics units such as Inertial Measurement Unit, Displacement Gyroscope, Head-Up Display Unit (HUD) and Central Computer. Work was performed at the technician level.

Operated, programmed, modified, calibrated, identified malfunctions repaired and certified entire line of Bendix and Honeywell computerized avionics test stations. There were five different test stations, approximately 10 feet long by 5 feet high, used for in-shop diagnoses of electronic malfunctions of the avionics equipment.

Supervised, coordinated and prioritized activities in the avionics shop to ensure high standards of technical quality, fulfillment of timetables and deadlines, and conformance with specifications. Trained technicians on technical and administrative job requirements. Counseled and guided subordinates.

Ordered parts using illustrated parts breakdown manuals; filled orders from forward supply warehouses. Received and signed for avionics units entering the maintenance cycle. Scheduled inspection, service and maintenance of avionics equipment.

Advanced proficiency with FAPA, a programming language.

Top Secret Clearance

Tactical Electronic Warfare System Intermediate Service Station (TISS)
TISS performs intermediate level maintenance support for all of the F-15 electronic warfare line-replaceable units.

Currently a six-bay system as illustrated in Figure 5.


Typical F-15 AIS - ATE Layout. TEWS-TITE not shown as most of it is Top Secret. And an Interesting RAND Report:http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2008/RAND_MG418.pdf

Analysis of CONUS Centralized Intermediate Repair Facilities.

Years later I would be part of a secret MAJ-COM briefing presented by Mac Air engineers on a holographic program being developed by them. More on that latter.


We only have 2-3 documents to prove Bob Lazar worked for the Government...

A W2 (allegedly with the wrong year on it): 
Also note the OMB number. The OMB is the Office of Management and Budget. They have never been a secret organization as Lazar claims. What does the OMB (Or the IRS for that matter) care about your Employee Number? If this isn't a dead give-away to serious document analysists I don't know what is... 
 Bob Lazar did list his occupation as a "Photo Processor" on Court Documents from Nevada around the same time... How convenient... 


Bob Lazar claims that MAJ stands for Majestic 12 (MJ-12)... If he worked for the DIA he would have a Naval Intellignce Badge. If he was a civilian and worked at groom as he claims he would have an EG&G badge. 
MAJ could also stand for: 

MAJ - MAJor, MAJority, ? 


An obscure Id Tag: (Should be an EG&G Badge as they provide security) 
Lazar's Employee number:

If EG&G issued the badge. This is not an original badge but a composite image someone created. According to federal law and the security contracts he claimed to sign, he would have had to turn in all badges, equipment, manuals, and documents he had obtained through employment at a Top Secret SCI/SAP program.

And a Los Alamos Phone Book listing his name (proving an Employee named Bob Lazar had worked there) But there are no records to prove that he was ever employed a scientist there. 

I am still scanning the MIT archives for proof that Bob Lazar was a student there... Haven't found anything as of yet.