by Glenn Wheaton
by Dick Allgire
From On Target: The Remove Viewing News, Hawaii Remote Viewers Guild, January-February, 2002.
Glenn B. Wheaton, Sergeant First Class, US Army (ret.), is the co-founder and president of the non-profit Hawaii Remote Viewer’s Guild dedicated to the research and training of remote viewing and a director of the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA). He is a retired military intelligence professional having served in the Army Security Agency and later in Special Forces. He retired in 1993 as Senior SIGINT Advisor for the 1st Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group, and currently works in Honolulu as a radio frequency engineer.
On December 4, 2001, a Japanese researcher named Hideyuki Kokubo visited members of the Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild in Honolulu. He gave Glenn a target envelope, a pen, and a sketchpad. “Work my target?” he asked.
The envelope had a target ID written on the outside: SEA-NTQ. That is the only information given to Glenn. With a video camera rolling, Glenn sat down and began a demonstration of remote viewing called “tagging.”
The video of Glenn performing this tagging session follows.