My grandfather only spoke of his service time on a few occasions, when I was a child he had a white part of his wrist that he told me was a tan line from his military watch, it was a permanent tan line. The tan line was visible for more than 30 yrs. My grandfather had served in the army at first, where he was in watch towers, and seen alien aircraft the first time in Panama. During his time he contracted malaria, and was sent home. He than enlists and works for the air force, where he met my grandmother and married her. My father was conceived during this time my grandfather was in the air force in Ohio at Right Patterson AFB, and he was born 4/24/1954, full term he weighed 3 lbs. My father was 2 years old and his blood turned to water. My grandfather had to give him blood transfusions around the clock, after two transfusions the doctors did not want to try to save my father after two failed attempts, and my grandfather insisted, and signed a release that he waived the doctors medical liability in order to try one last transfusion. Luckily my father lived. My father age 17 he became government property and received 30 shots a day of human growth hormones daily. At that time my father was only 4 ft 10 inches. My father did make the height of 5 ft 3 inches, and weighed 85 lbs. At the age of 37 yrs old my father was diagnosed terminally ill with stage 4 adenocarcinoma. which was typically seen in a 80 year old patient and died with in 6 months of his diagnoses. Upon his death my mother and I received a letter from the United States asking for autopsy results and slides of the cancer. Unfortunately no autopsy was done, and for some reason we never were informed that the experimental treatments my father was given may of caused cancer. I was not even sure how the government was informed that my father had died. Back in 1992 there was no computers not like today. And we never even were aware that the government was even interested. My grandfather also in the 1960 s was sent to California, from Michigan. They lived there for apporoximetly one year, and moved back to MI. Which is how my parents met. My father and mother were next door neighbors and good friends since the age of 7 years old. My grandfather only spoke of the aliens once my father had died. I was 21, and I visited him weekly. He told me that yes there were aliens, and he did indeed see them at Right Patterson base, and in the watch towers while in Panama. My grandfather did take most of the secrets with him to his grave. It was so much of a shock for me to hear him speak of this, because he never really did, I wish I would of asked him more. He was so admirable, my father and he were a masters at building electrical and could learn any skill or trade. They were so intelligent and mastered any skill they tried. I find it upsetting that the government possibly knew that my father was exposed to cancer causing agents and even knew he passed and how to send information asking for autopsy results, yet could not inform him that he was at risk and to go have a regular medical check up. My grandfather also died of cancer 15 years later.