US Air Force general was supposedly involved in Project Sign, a government group charged with examining UFO sightings.
Curtis LeMay, a general with the USAF, was purportedly involved in the US government's investigation into UFO sightings, Project Sign. According to some sources, LeMay was doubtful of the existence of extraterrestrials, however, others believe that he was part of a cover-up and supposedly forced some military staff to keep their sightings quiet. This being said, there is no definite evidence to prove this.
In a 1988 interview with The New Yorker, Senator Barry Goldwater claimed that he asked LeMay, his friend, on several occasions if there was any truth behind the rumors of UFO evidence was hidden in the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and if he could see it. Goldwater alleged that LeMay angrily replied, "Not only can't you get into it but don't you ever mention it to me again."