Friday, February 16, 2018

Michael Horn interviews Kenneth Smith, VP Operations Director (Feb. 16, 2018)



From Ken Smith: 

"I worked for a fortune 500 aerospace/military aerospace company that incorporated several divisions, each managed by a different vice-president (VP); for example, comprising the Civilian Division, the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force including NASA and payloads to the International Space Station (ISS) and Facility Production Operations, they all had their own VP’s. 

My position was Facility Operations Director/VP that encompassed various support custodial programs to include physical security and all other Facility contractual services which included all trades associated with construction, including electronics and communications personnel. A facility can have many VP’s but there is usually only one Facility Operations Director. The best way to describe my position would be equivalent to a Civil Engineer. 

Aside from the aforementioned and cutting to the chase, throughout my carrier I coordinated a multi-million dollar operations budget, to include the construction of rocket launch pads and associated support facilities; high-bay & low-bay rocket assembly areas/buildings, explosion containment facilities; management and engineering office complexes in Arizona, California, Indiana, Oklahoma and Wallops Island Virginia. 

That being said, in order to design these facilities to a specific rocket program requirement, it was imperative to understand certain unique design characteristics of a particular rocket program in order to develop the proper facility support systems for the manufacturing and testing requirements of the specialized rocket. This and related issues required me to carry a very high security clearance. 

“When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, M.D. Born 22 May, 1859. 

In other words, if one of the service support systems does not work correctly; when troubleshooting, it’s always about rudimentary creational logic and thinking for oneself to solve the predicament. Beginning with systematically eliminating the impossible and focusing on what remains, what is left may be easy to accept as true, other times it can seem highly improbable. However, with the impossible eliminated, what remains are the only solutions; and one of them must be the Truth. 

When I was introduced to the Billy Meier material by a U.S. Air Force OSI (Office of Special Investigations) agent, I applied the same rudimentary logic! Without getting too wordy; from my prospective, what “Billy” Eduard Albert Meier has said and continues to say about UFO’s, extraterrestrials, the Teaching and the recommendations of the primal power of all existence, Creation; is in fact the Truth! 

Truthfully 
Kenneth Smith 
OSC Aerospace, Director of LSG Support Operations (ret.)"

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