CIA reports on German UFO plans. Georg Klein was a German engineer and he stated that while he worked for the Ministry of Speer, he witnessed a test flight of a German UFO. He reported that the German Flying saucer test went well and reached an altitude of almost 12,500 meters within three minutes and hit a top speed of 2,000 kilometers per hour, but could go as fast as 4,000 kilometers.
Canadian Air Force engineers also reported that they were constructing a flying saucer as well to be used in future wars. Their construction was supposedly being done in secret at the A. B. Roe Company.
Klein said that there were three different experimental models that were constructed and were ready for tests at the end of 1944. They were made using two different principles of aerodynamics. One was 42 meters in diameter, was disk shaped, and had a large cabin. The second aerodynamic shape was the shape of a ring, had raised sides, and had a pilot cabin that was outside of the main hull possibly in some kind of a bubble. Both could take off and land vertically like a helicopter, but at a much faster rate.
No one is sure if the Germans are still in possession of the flying saucer plans or if the Soviets confiscated them while invading Germany towards the end of the war.
Using the freedom of information act in the U.S. we were able to obtain many documents from different branches of the Government and the military. Some of these declassifed files show interesting facts and research about aliens, flying saucers, and UFOs.