The Real History of Remote Viewing
On this page one can see the involvement that Ingo Swann had with PSI TECH which continued up until 1995 until Ingo became preoccupied with other matters.
On this page one can see an early (one of the first) article about Remote Viewing and PSI TECH and our work with Desert Storm.
Here is PSI TECH's Press release as a response to the CIA Research Program declassifying their RV research in 1995.
This one explains what INSCOM was and tracks its history:
INSCOM was important because it was INSCOM that secretly started and asked for funding for the "RV OPs UNIT" as opposed to the "RV Research Program."
Distinguishing the difference between the "RV research program," which was funded by the CIA and involved Ed May & Joe McMoneagle, Russel Targ & Keith Herary, and the Super Secret "RV Ops Unit," which was initiated by INSCOM to utilize Ingo Swann's discovered protocols in 1983 & and was funded by the U.S. Army and run under the umbrella of the DIA...
The RV OPs Unit was initially run under the supervision of General Albert Stubblebine then handed off to General Edwin Thompson and then passed on to Dr. Jack Verona before its transfer back to "CIA Research." In 1990 back in "CIA research" the unit was named "Stargate" in order to mount a damage control campaign in the public domain as a responsive action to a book that PSI TECH was about to release through Random House.
These facts are still quashed by some who want to maintain a premise that both the "RV OPs unit" and the "RV Research Program" program were one big happy family but this is not the case. Joe McMoneagle, who was the only guinea pig for the RV research program, did not even know about the "RV operational unit" until he was paraded on TV to talk in 1995 when the CIA declassed their research program (Note: that is why he did not know who PSI TECH was then).
These facts are still unclear in public perception which presents a real obstacle to the accurate understanding of RV history and causes confusion about the actual working RV protocols.
Here are additional articles to help fill in the gaps.