Richard Lang is the Agency Director for AIRIA - (Aerospace Research Investigation Reporting Agency) and has been a UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) Researcher and investigator since the early 1990s. He served as STAR Team Manager and SIP Project Coordinator from the beginning of the project in February 2009 until it ended in of January 2010, which at that time was the most advanced non-government rapid response UAP investigative team in the world.
In 2008 Mr. Lang was featured in the DISCOVERY CHANNEL TV series "UFOs over Earth" serving as one of the lead investigators in the shows filmed in Fayetteville, North Carolina and Bucks County, Pennsylvania. In 2001 Mr. Lang was a reserve law enforcement officer in Virginia. During that time of National Crisis (post 911) he was a Special Deputy for the U.S. Marshal Service and later went to work for United States Department of Homeland Security employed with TSA working in the airports in Virginia with Law Enforcement agencies. He was member of the Anti-Terrorist Advisory Council Board (organized by the U.S. Attorney's Office) and frequently served as key speaker on terrorism at quarterly regional meeting. Mr. Lang is currently writing a series of articles titled "Investigation Technology for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and the methodology for a New Age" which can be found on his blog at thedarksideofthelookingglass.com. He plans to publish the context from these articles in a book, later this year.
Investigative reporter Annie Jacobsen (book link) had exclusive access to nineteen men who served at the covert military installation, Area 51. She joined George Knapp in the first half of the program to discuss what she uncovered.