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Richard Phillips Author of The Second Ship Richard Phillips has spent over 30 years developing aerospace software for the U.S. government. During this time, he was exposed to many classified projects for developing aircraft and flight-system technologies. He draws on this experience in his first book in “The Rho Agenda” series, The Second Ship (Synergy Books, May 2009, 978-0-9815462-6-1, $13.95). Born and raised in Roswell, N.M., a place that has become the heart for alien conspiracies, Phillips grew up with a conviction that we are not alone in this universe. “I have always held a fascination that there could be life on other planets,” Phillips says. “I think that suspicion comes growing up in Roswell.” Eager to learn more about the government, Phillips attended the United States Military Academy at West Point where he earned a Bachelor of Science in engineering, in 1979. As an Army Ranger, he then went on to serve with First Infantry Division in Europe before earning a Master of Science in nuclear physics at the Naval Post Graduate School, in 1989. Starting his professional career as a scientist and researcher, Phillips spent several years performing classified research at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories. He then went on to work as a computer scientist for General Electric, Hughes Aircraft Information Systems, and Lockheed Martin Space Operations, developing flight software and simulation systems. After many years of working for the U.S. government, Phillips decided to expound on his experience and pursue his passion as a writer. In The Second Ship, the comfortable world of three high school teens is torn apart when they discover a hidden alien ship in Los Alamos, N.M., and find themselves in a tangled web of government conspiracy and intrigue. Phillips presents a thrilling depiction of how mankind’s pursuit for advanced technologies, may, in fact, destroy the very fabric of humanity. “Every new technology offers

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