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Shortly before Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, he was video recorded candidly speaking about his personal experiences with Area 51, UFOs, aliens and anti-gravity ideas.

Boyd was a retired Senior Scientist for Lockheed Martin.

His career spanned over forty years, was awarded many patents, and included work with defense contractors Hughes Aircraft, General Dynamics, Texas Instruments, and Lockheed Martin.

WHOLLY OWNED PATENTS FROM BOYD B BUSHMAN

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Boyd B Bushman: Object locator. Lockheed Corporation September 19, 1995: US05452089 (38 worldwide citation)A search light employs variable polarization angles to enhance target identification. The search light shines a beam of light which may be directed across terrain. The beam of light is alternated in polarization angles at a rate of about five to twelve cycles per second. The alternating contrast in …


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J Kirston Henderson, Boyd B Bushman: Variable ratio angled magnetic drive. Lockheed Martin Corporation June 25, 2002: US06411001 (20 worldwide citation)The present invention encompasses an angled magnetic drive that includes a motor for generating rotary motion about a first axis. This angled magnetic drive also includes a driving member coupled to the motor and rotated by it. The driving member includes a plurality of magnets coupled to one of its …


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Boyd B Bushman: Plume or combustion detection by time sequence differentiation of images over a selected time interval. Lockheed Martin Corporation December 7, 1999: US05999652 (19 worldwide citation)A method and system of image modulation detection of an aircraft or missile exhaust plume or explosives by time sequence differentiation is provided. The method comprises the steps of forming two sequential images of the field of view in which an exhaust plume to be detected is located, and forming …


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Boyd B Bushman: Towed target. Lockheed Corporation March 5, 1996: US05497156 (14 worldwide citation)A towed target or decoy serves to avoid heat-seeking and radar missile attacks on a jet aircraft. The decoy has a body with a nose and a sidewall. A ring surrounds the body and the spaced from it. The interior of the ring and the exterior of the body have reflective surfaces. The reflective surfaces …


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Boyd B Bushman: Object detection system. Lockheed Corporation November 23, 1993: US05264916 (12 worldwide citation)A device will detect man-made objects by using a polarizer. The polarizer rotates about an axis in front of a lens array. The rotation of the polarizer alternately polarizes light received in proportion to the speed of rotation. This produces flashing in intensity for detecting the object as well as …


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Boyd B Bushman: Thermally energized electrical power source. Lockheed Corporation June 10, 1997: US05637946 (11 worldwide citation)An electrical device functions as a thermally energized DC power source. The device has a base plate of conductive metal. A number of electrode points protrude upward from the base plate, terminating in a sharp edge. A collection plate of conductive metal is positioned above the sharp upper edges of …


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Boyd B Bushman: Plume or combustion detection by time sequence differentiation. Lockheed Corporation August 11, 1998: US05793889 (10 worldwide citation)A method and system of image modulation detection of an aircraft exhaust plume by time sequence differentiation is provided. The method comprises the steps of forming two sequential images of the field of view in which an exhaust plume to be detected is located, and forming a differential image from …


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Boyd B Bushman: Object detection system. Lockheed Corporation July 4, 1995: US05430448 (8 worldwide citation)A detection system will detect and identify self-propelled objects, such as missiles, which create a hot exhaust plume. The exhaust plume has radiation which flickers with a frequency range of interest. This frequency range can be detected with various detectors, such as an ultraviolet detector or r …


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Boyd B Bushman: Object detector. Lockheed Corporation April 4, 1995: US05404225 (8 worldwide citation)A device will assist in detecting man-made objects by using a liquid crystal retarder and a stationary polarizer. The liquid crystal retarder shifts impinging light 90 degrees between a nonrotated and a rotated mode. In the nonrotated mode, the retarder is essentially transparent, with the light pas …


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Boyd B Bushman: Wave attenuation. May 30, 1995: US05420588 (6 worldwide citation)A radar cross-section reduction system utilizes a charging device for creating a high positive DC static potential on an object such as an aircraft. The charging system is mounted to the object so that this DC potential would be applied to the outer skin or surface of the object. The charging system …

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Boyd B Bushman: Method and apparatus for detecting emitted radiation from interrupted electrons. Lockheed Fort Worth Company February 22, 2000: US06028434 (6 worldwide citation)A system for evaluating defects and determining unknown parameters is provided which includes an AC source (10) coupled to a device under test (36). A radiation detector (16) detects radiation emitted from interrupted electrons flowing in the surface of the device under test (36). An analyzer (18) i …


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Boyd B Bushman: Object discriminator. Lockheed Corporation September 6, 1994: US05345308 (6 worldwide citation)A device will detect man-made objects by using a polarizer mounted to a video camera. The polarizer rotates about an axis in front of a lens array of the video camera. The rotation of the polarizer alternately polarizes light received in proportion to the speed of rotation. This produces flashing in …


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Boyd B Bushman: Power transfer apparatus and method. Lockheed Corporation May 7, 1996: US05514926 (5 worldwide citation)A method for transferring power employs moving a magnetic field past a nonmagnetic electrical conductor surface. In one instance, a magnet is mounted on a rotational axis, with the periphery of the magnet in close proximity to the object. The object may also be on a rotational axis. Rotating of the …


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Boyd B Bushman: Detection system. Lockheed Corporation April 2, 1996: US05504486 (5 worldwide citation)A detection system will detect targets against a fixed background if the target is of a type emitting a gaseous plume. The detection system directs electromagnetic energy, preferably radio frequency signals, toward the fixed background in an area of suspected target activity. The detection system ha …


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Boyd B Bushman: Heat radiation detection system. Lockheed Corporation June 27, 1995: US05428221 (4 worldwide citation)A detection system will detect and identify self-propelled objects, such as missiles, which create a hot exhaust plume. The exhaust plume has radiation which modulates with a frequency range of interest. This frequency range can be detected with various detectors, such as an infrared detector, an ul …


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Boyd B Bushman: Object detector. Lockheed Martin Corporation August 6, 1996: US05543917 (4 worldwide citation)A method for detecting objects while eliminating unwanted background utilizes polarizing contrasts. A lens systems focuses light from the field of view through a beam splitter. One beam passes to a digitizer through a polarizer which polarizes the beam at one angle. The other beam is reflected to an …


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Boyd B Bushman: Airfoil leading edge with cavity. Lockheed Martin Corporation November 17, 1998: US05836549 (4 worldwide citation)A jet airplane capable of supersonic flight has airfoils with leading edges. Each leading edge has a cavity which extends for substantially the entire length of the airfoil. The leading edge also has a cover which is approximately the same size as the cavity. The cover has an open position and a clo …


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Boyd B Bushman: Metal detection system and process using a high voltage to produce a visible electrical discharge. Lockheed Martin Corporation November 9, 1999: US05982180 (4 worldwide citation)The apparatus includes an electrical circuit for producing a high voltage at a high frequency with very little current and an elongated and electrically insulated electrical conductive member coupled to the circuit for producing an electrical discharge when in close proximity to a metal object in th …


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J Kirston Henderson, Boyd B Bushman: System and method for electromagnetic propulsion fan. Lockheed Martin Corporation August 12, 2003: US06606578 (4 worldwide citation)An electromagnetic propulsion fan includes a hub and a plurality of fan blades coupled to the hub. The electromagnetic propulsion fan also includes a rim coupled to the fan blades such that rotating the rim causes the fan blades to rotate. The rim includes a plurality of magnets coupled thereto. The …


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Boyd B Bushman: Apparatus powered using laser supplied energy. Lockheed Corporation August 6, 1996: US05542247 (3 worldwide citation)A method and apparatus are providing for converting energy into thrust, and directing the thrust to move an object. The apparatus includes a chamber having air disposed therein, a pulsed laser for converting an energy source into light pulses, and a lens for receiving the light pulses and directing …

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Boyd B Bushman: Laser apparatus. Lockheed Corporation January 24, 1995: US05384802 (2 worldwide citation)A laser device utilizes a turbojet engine to provide a stimulation source. The turbojet engine is conventional, having a compression section, a fuel injection and igniting section, and an afterburner section. A pair of mirrors are mounted adjacent the hot gaseous stream produced by the turbojet engi …


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Boyd B Bushman: Thrust producing apparatus. Lockheed Corporation April 23, 1996: US05511044 (2 worldwide citation)A device for producing thrust has a variety of uses, such as pumping liquid, compressing or blowing air, or powering an aircraft. The device has a chamber with a sound driver located therein. The sound driver creates a compression standing wave in the chamber which will have at least one low pressur …


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Boyd B Bushman: Method and apparatus for supplying electric power. Lockheed Martin Corporation December 31, 1996: US05590014 (1 worldwide citation)A method and apparatus are provided for supplying electric power in the form of an output d.c. voltage. An electret material emits the output d.c. voltage in response to continuously applying a high potential static field across the electret material. In a preferred embodiment, a central member is f …


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Boyd B Bushman: Method and apparatus for filter infrared emission. Lockheed Corporation March 10, 1998: US05726798 (1 worldwide citation)A method and apparatus are provided for emitting a laser like monochromatic narrow beam of light at a selected wavelength from a heated emitter member having a plurality of parallel layers while reducing emission at other wavelengths of light. The parallel layers are overlaid with each other. Each o …


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Boyd B Bushman: Radiation communication system. Lockheed Martin Corporation October 21, 1997: US05680135An aircraft has an exhaust flame or plume which can be modulated to communicate. A sound emitter is mounted to the aircraft for emitting acoustic waves into the exhaust plume. An encoder will control the emitter at selected digital sequence to provide a digital message. The flame or plume will radia …


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Boyd B Bushman: Apparatus and method for amplifying a magnetic beam. Lockheed Martin Corporation July 27, 1999: US05929732An apparatus and method for creating a magnetic beam wherein a focusing magnet assembly (45) is comprised of a first opposing magnet pair (20) and a second opposing magnet pair (30) disposed in a focusing plane, each magnet of the respective opposing magnet pairs having a like pole directed towards …


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Boyd B Bushman: Aircraft engine nozzle. Lockheed Martin Corporation July 7, 1998: US05775635An aircraft engine has a nozzle shaped to reduce the volume of Mach diamonds being formed in the exhaust plume. A notch or recess is formed in the discharge edge of the nozzle. The recess provides a forward discharge edge that causes additional Mach diamonds to occur at a regular spacing from the fo …


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Boyd B Bushman: Position identification device using an accelerometer. Lockheed Corporation February 20, 1996: US05492010A device for determining position uses three voltage dividers. Each voltage divider is a metal conductor having a head on one end and two legs on an opposite end. The tips of the legs of each of the bodies are located in planes which are perpendicular to the other bodies. A DC voltage is applied to …

 

 

The following uncut interview was filmed for the feature film – “UFOs: 50 Years of Denial.” In memory of Col. Philip J. Corso – May 22, 1915 – July 16, 1998, and his contribution to UFO and ET Disclosure.

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