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The Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment
(A&AEE)
Ministry of Defence (A&AEE Boscombe Down) took these photographs of
two unique designs near Winchester, Hampshire.  The small design (And
Cat: T0022) appeared on May 23, 1990, and the larger (And Cat: T0041)
on August 4, 1990. Two days after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and
set fire to the oil wells, which started the first Gulf war.  Significant in the fact
that this same design was interpreted by Hopi elders as meaning 'Mother is
Crying'.
Strinct Copyright of A&AEE - UK gov.
Photograph taken by Ministry of Defence (A&AEE Boscombe Down) and
given to me during an authorised visit to the secret base during 1990.

Strict Copyright of A&AEE - UK gov.
Strict Copyright of A&AEE - UK gov.
1990 - Ministry of Defence Photographs from the top secret airbase at
Boscombe Down - The Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment
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This photograph was taken by the British Ministry of Defence (A&AEE
Boscombe Down) at Cheesefoot Head, May 18, 1990. This circle was also
filmed by Hampshire Police and can be seen above.

Copyright: A&AEE - U.K. gov
Photographs taken by the Ministry of Defence at A&AEE - top secret
experimental airbase at Boscombe Down, Wiltshire, England.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroplane_and_Armament_Experimental_Establishment
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Photograph sent to me by Denis Healey, the Secretary of State for
Defence in Prime Minister Harold Wilson's Government.  Denis Healey
took the photograph himself at Alfriston, England, which was identical to
the crop pattern photographed by the Ministry of Defence above. He
found the circles near his home in 1984.

Copyright: Sec. of State for Defence, Denis Healey 1984.
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