Preserve Destiny Project

Dan Sherman, in his book "Above Black" talks about his experiences while working for three years on Project Preserve Destiny.

From sergeant in the USAF, to NSA. Dan Sherman went into the United States Air Force like most other Americans, extremely proud to serve his country and it's well trained military. During his twelve years in service he was recognised for heroism and has been decorated with the AF Commendation Medal, as well as the AF Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters and was honoured for service in the Persian Gulf War. Everything appeared to be going well for Sergeant Sherman until he was recruited into a special programme called 'Project Preserve Destiny' (PPD), an ABOVE BLACK project which would eventually change his life and result in him leaving the USAF.
Sergeant Sherman began his training for (PPD) at the National Security Agency (NSA) whilst at the same time training for a career in ELINT, a highly sensitive, mostly "Above Top Secret" project. The ELINT training , although a genuine programme, was to act as a cover for his participation in "Project Preserve Destiny".

Arriving at the NSA he was told the following startling news by an Air Force Captain. "To put it bluntly, Sergeant Sherman, in the summer of 1960 your mother was visited by what the world commonly refers to as aliens. Random tests were being conducted on the general populace at the time to determine compatibility." The Captain explained that whilst he (Sherman) was still in his mother's womb, he had been implanted ("genetically manipulated") to enable him to make contact with aliens through "intuitive communications". He was also told that the US government had been in contact with aliens since 1947. Needless to say, Sherman was shocked, but relieved to hear that he was 100% human and not part alien. So began three years with the (PPD) programme and his communication with an alien species.


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