National documentation of the United States for the first time published the secret blueprints flying saucer, which was developed in the 1950s for the U.S. Air Force. The device is called Project 1794 (the "Project 1794").
According to the posting of the document dated June 1, 1956, a UFO was designed for vertical takeoff and landing and had a speed of three to four Mach numbers (from 3200 to 4300 kilometers per hour). Altitude flying saucers - over 30 kilometers, and the maximum range - about 1800 kilometers.
To develop a prototype planned to spend one and a half to two years. The project budget was 3.16 million. As noted by the magazine The Wire, this is roughly equivalent to 26.6 million dollars in today's prices.
The reason the project is not known. According to The Wire, another UFO project was abandoned in 1960 due to the fact that the experts failed to achieve the desired altitude plates. The unit rose, on average, at the height of a man.
Development of a prototype flying saucer for the U.S. Air Force, including Project 1794, in particular those dealing with the Canadian company Avro Aircraft. In total, Canadians have built for the Pentagon's two test flying saucers.