Berliner, Don

Don Berliner is an independent journalist and aviation historian who has been writing full-time for over 30 years. He is also a representative for the Fund for UFO Research (FUFOR), a non-profit organization that supports scientific investigations of UFO phenomena.

Berliner has written several books on UFOs, including UFO Briefing Document: The Best Available Evidence, which presents a comprehensive overview of the most credible UFO cases from around the world. He has also appeared on various media outlets, such as C-SPAN and Independence Day: The ID4 Invasion, to discuss his views on UFOs and the government's involvement in covering up the truth.

Berliner is one of the leading experts on the Roswell incident, the crash of an alien spacecraft near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. He has challenged the official explanations of the US Air Force, which claimed that the debris found at the site was from a weather balloon or a secret spy balloon. Berliner argues that there is substantial evidence that the debris was of extraterrestrial origin and that the military recovered and hid the bodies of alien occupants.

Berliner's work has contributed to the advancement of UFO research and the public awareness of the UFO phenomenon. He has advocated for more transparency and accountability from the authorities regarding UFOs and their implications for national security and human history. He has also encouraged more scientific and rational inquiry into the nature and origin of UFOs, as well as their potential impact on human society and culture.