USAF: Aliens Still Controlling Nuclear Arsenal

USAF letterOn Monday The National Press Club will be hosting several retired USAF and RAF officers who will be testifying to the intervention and active monitoring of ICBMs by unidentified flying objects while they were stationed at missile facilities:

“I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site,” Salas said, regarding the March 16, 1967, event at Malmstrom AFB in Montana. “The missiles shut down, 10 Minuteman missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later,” he said.

While this story has been picked up by the illustrious Fox network here, there are other more detailed accounts of these events here, which include scans of the “declassified” documents. Salas has also penned a book about the events at Malmstron AFB in 1967 entitled Faded Giant.

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  • Jeff

    Great image, nicely declassified.

  • Jeff

    Great image, nicely declassified.

  • Drewhempel

    What a joke — James Carlson has roundly exposed the misinformation of Salas and Hastings. The supposed primary witnesses — Eric Carlson and Walt Figel — both deny any ufo sightings. http://realityuncovered.net has their direct testimony — recent updates — which correct the shenanigans of the fake extraterrestrial Nuke marketing.

  • Drewhempel

    What a joke — James Carlson has roundly exposed the misinformation of Salas and Hastings. The supposed primary witnesses — Eric Carlson and Walt Figel — both deny any ufo sightings. http://realityuncovered.net has their direct testimony — recent updates — which correct the shenanigans of the fake extraterrestrial Nuke marketing.

  • A Bad Joke

    I doubt this is true, but it confirms what I have always believed- when dealing with electronics, your failsafe is mechanical. How the hell do you target a ICBM without a guidance? You’d be suprised.

  • A Bad Joke

    I doubt this is true, but it confirms what I have always believed- when dealing with electronics, your failsafe is mechanical. How the hell do you target a ICBM without a guidance? You’d be suprised.

  • 5by5

    Actually, I’ve been reading Leslie Kean’s new book “UFO’s: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go On the Record” and the evidence regarding Malmstrom AFB is compelling, and hardly a one-of-a-kind thing. There are many such odd incidents connected to nuclear sites. Which presents you with two possibilities — either there really is something poking around both ours and the nuclear facilities of other countries, or the personnel who operate these deadly weapons are suffering from some sort of mental issues, despite clearing regular psych exams successfully, or these same WMD’s are malfunctioning in groups — either way, that has national security implications.And considering her journalistic credentials and serious investigative rigor, I’d take Leslie Kean’s book over some cheesy debunking blog who’s “About Us” page actually tells you nothing about the “them” who write it (most likely some goober sitting in his parents basement).Pointing out that two guys who were 60 ft underground saw no UFO is hardly something that discredits the incident. Of course they “saw” nothing. I mean really. All they can say is that their missiles spontaneously went into a no-go status. Salas was the one who received the call from the panicked security guard, and Salas then woke up crew commander 1st Lt Fred Meiwald who was on a break at the time to notify him, and just then the missiles began shutting down one-by-one. There were ten missiles at Oscar Flight , and all of them went down, not just in the silo where Figel and Carlson were located. The silos (which each have independent power sources) are located between 25 miles away from the main control center where the “whatever the hell it was” was hovering over. A week earlier a similar incident happened at Echo Flight 35 miles away and then Captain Don Crawford was the one who got the call fro an airman who’d seen the object as he was making his way towards the gates of one of the launch facilities. Kean retrieved a previously classified Air Force telex that stated point blank that at Echo Flight, another “10 missiles lost strat alert within ten seconds of each of other.” In total 20 missiles “malfunctioned” within the span of a week, something so statistically impossible as to defy explanation. Boeing engineers investigated and could find no mechanical reason why the missiles went down, but chalked it up to an EMP pulse of unknown origin, that somehow penetrated 60ft of solid bedrock.By his own admission in the link Drewhempel provided, Carlson has no personal knowledge about the results of any after-action investigation. Kean, by contrast, obtained previously classified docs via FOIA that confirm those results, and the Air Force’s concern about the security implications of the event, so in my book, that puts her a step ahead. With Carlson in particular, I think you basically just have a old man who wants to be left alone.It should also be noted that there were multiple civilian sightings offbase that corroborate that something weird was fucking around in the air over Montana at the same time as all this weird missile behavior.For Kean’s part, she does not make any claims to an “extraterrestrial” origin for any of the events she profiles in that book (which collectively paints a disturbing picture), incidentally, including the Malstrom incidents. Her contention is merely that something with significant air safety and national security implications is happening, and therefore should be neither “believed” blindly or “debunked” blindly, but rather be subject to proper, completely dispassionate, and impartial scientific investigation.A contention I happen to agree with. Extraterrestrial or not, even in terms of civilian aircraft, pilots have just as much chance of running into “whatever the hell this is” as they do getting hit by a bird strike or wind shear, so perhaps we should cut the crap and seriously investigate this stuff, so that they (and our national security professionals) can at a minimum, be trained not to overreact and get somebody killed.

    • Drewhempel

      If you follow the link I gave James Carlson has a scribd book which goes into extensive detail about the follow-up studies of what caused the nukes to go offline. It was definitely a computer malfunction.

      There is now brand new corroboration from Walt Figel that Hastings and Salas are misrepresenting the only two primary witnesses to the Malstrom incident.

      http://realityuncovered.net

      Hastings has been owned. Time to put a lid on the extraterrestrial CIA religion — if you want the history of this scam of disinfo read the excellent book “The Stargate Conspiracy” by Prince and Picknett.

      • 5by5

        “Time to put a lid on the extraterrestrial CIA religion”….

        WTF are you talking about? The entire disinfo campaign about this issue originated with the company, because they thought the American people would panic if they dealt with it upfront. They aren’t promoting real study of the phenomenon, they’re doing two things, using the myth of “little green men” to hide test flights, and discredit anyone who witnesses them, and also to cover their own ass from having to explain why it is they can’t defend the skies from the things that AREN’T test flights, but which are true UNKNOWNS.

      • 5by5

        I also suppose it wouldn’t help to mention that each of the silos have independent computer systems just as they have independent power supplies…. Now the chances of 20 high security computers all dying?

        Well, on Windows maybe, but this shit went down pre-Windoze.

        • Drewhempel

          Ha – you really haven’t read the documents on Malstrom — there’s a computer that oversees the network and that was the cause for the malfunction. Again James Carlson’s book has all the details. Ignore the information if you want — as ignorance is bliss. I prefer the truth.

      • LahTera

        For some reason, I can’t get to http://realityuncovered.net … is that a correct link or do you have another?

    • Lahtera

      I thought I’d toss in what I know from personal experience:

      I was there ten years later. The control center was on Malmstrom, btw. At the age of 10, I was allowed to “simulate” a missile launch as my dad worked there. (BTW, you didn’t just push a button. Two people with keys stood far apart in a room and turned them at the same time while a third person did something I could not see.)

      FYI, we lived off-base on Gore Hill, one of the highest hills in this Big Sky country, on the west side of Great Falls, During broad daylight in 1977 or thereabouts, I and six other people saw a UFO. We first caught a glint of metal over the northern part of Great Falls (Black Eagle) and watched as it flitted over the city. It finally shot toward the south, disappearing in mid-air.

      Though my mother, best friend and I (along with others) saw this UFO, my father denies any knowledge of UFOs regarding Malmstrom and the missiles. This, however, was 10 years after the occurrences mentioned by Salas. I had no confirmation regarding UFO sightings in that area until the federal government finally caved in to demands to declassify some UFO documents and I found on the internet that in 1968, Malmstrom was calling Great Falls police to help chase down UFOs.

      If UFOs were messing with the missiles, why wasn’t the military passing this information down to whoever they put in charge of the missiles? Did the UFOs shut down missiles in 1968 as well or was it all just about cops chasing them away from the silos?

      So many questions; so few answers.

  • Anonymous

    Actually, I’ve been reading Leslie Kean’s new book “UFO’s: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go On the Record” and the evidence regarding Malmstrom AFB is compelling, and hardly a one-of-a-kind thing. There are many such odd incidents connected to nuclear sites. Which presents you with two possibilities — either there really is something poking around both ours and the nuclear facilities of other countries, or the personnel who operate these deadly weapons are suffering from some sort of mental issues, despite clearing regular psych exams successfully, or these same WMD’s are malfunctioning in groups — either way, that has national security implications.And considering her journalistic credentials and serious investigative rigor, I’d take Leslie Kean’s book over some cheesy debunking blog who’s “About Us” page actually tells you nothing about the “them” who write it (most likely some goober sitting in his parents basement).Pointing out that two guys who were 60 ft underground saw no UFO is hardly something that discredits the incident. Of course they “saw” nothing. I mean really. All they can say is that their missiles spontaneously went into a no-go status. Salas was the one who received the call from the panicked security guard, and Salas then woke up crew commander 1st Lt Fred Meiwald who was on a break at the time to notify him, and just then the missiles began shutting down one-by-one. There were ten missiles at Oscar Flight , and all of them went down, not just in the silo where Figel and Carlson were located. The silos (which each have independent power sources) are located between 25 miles away from the main control center where the “whatever the hell it was” was hovering over. A week earlier a similar incident happened at Echo Flight 35 miles away and then Captain Don Crawford was the one who got the call fro an airman who’d seen the object as he was making his way towards the gates of one of the launch facilities. Kean retrieved a previously classified Air Force telex that stated point blank that at Echo Flight, another “10 missiles lost strat alert within ten seconds of each of other.” In total 20 missiles “malfunctioned” within the span of a week, something so statistically impossible as to defy explanation. Boeing engineers investigated and could find no mechanical reason why the missiles went down, but chalked it up to an EMP pulse of unknown origin, that somehow penetrated 60ft of solid bedrock.By his own admission in the link Drewhempel provided, Carlson has no personal knowledge about the results of any after-action investigation. Kean, by contrast, obtained previously classified docs via FOIA that confirm those results, and the Air Force’s concern about the security implications of the event, so in my book, that puts her a step ahead. With Carlson in particular, I think you basically just have a old man who wants to be left alone.It should also be noted that there were multiple civilian sightings offbase that corroborate that something weird was fucking around in the air over Montana at the same time as all this weird missile behavior.For Kean’s part, she does not make any claims to an “extraterrestrial” origin for any of the events she profiles in that book (which collectively paints a disturbing picture), incidentally, including the Malstrom incidents. Her contention is merely that something with significant air safety and national security implications is happening, and therefore should be neither “believed” blindly or “debunked” blindly, but rather be subject to proper, completely dispassionate, and impartial scientific investigation.A contention I happen to agree with. Extraterrestrial or not, even in terms of civilian aircraft, pilots have just as much chance of running into “whatever the hell this is” as they do getting hit by a bird strike or wind shear, so perhaps we should cut the crap and seriously investigate this stuff, so that they (and our national security professionals) can at a minimum, be trained not to overreact and get somebody killed.

  • Alech

    Good I’m glad that someone is in charge of the nukes. Because if it’s not the doing of the saucermen then those systems shutting down willy-nilly would indicate some scarily shoddy engineering.

    Keep up the good work guys. Grey pride galaxy wide!

  • Alech

    Good I’m glad that someone is in charge of the nukes. Because if it’s not the doing of the saucermen then those systems shutting down willy-nilly would indicate some scarily shoddy engineering.

    Keep up the good work guys. Grey pride galaxy wide!

  • alienlova

    Whats wrong with aliens keeping the peace? Better than the countries trying to fire them.

  • alienlova

    Whats wrong with aliens keeping the peace? Better than the countries trying to fire them.

  • Drewhempel

    If you follow the link I gave James Carlson has a scribd book which goes into extensive detail about the follow-up studies of what caused the nukes to go offline. It was definitely a computer malfunction.

    There is now brand new corroboration from Walt Figel that Hastings and Salas are misrepresenting the only two primary witnesses to the Malstrom incident.

    http://realityuncovered.net

    Hastings has been owned. Time to put a lid on the extraterrestrial CIA religion — if you want the history of this scam of disinfo read the excellent book “The Stargate Conspiracy” by Prince and Picknett.

  • Alturn

    Benjamin Creme, who has first hand experience with UFOs and has been the spokesman on the whereabouts of the World Teacher Maitreya, has commented extensively on the spiritual mission of UFOs. He has said in Share International magazine that the primary task of UFOs, which he states are primarily from Venus and Mars, is to clean up nuclear radiation. They also monitor the nuclear arsenal of the world and have the technology to shut down a nuclear weapon. That technology is being taught to scientists in both Russia (who is ahead) and the United States.

    • A Bad Joke

      Venus? The place who’s atmosphere is 110% boiling ammonia?

    • Drjettrink

      Creme is a fraud and a nut, as well as the self appointed representative of the Maitreyia, whom he calls the 2nd coming, some call the antichrist and others call a creation of Creme’s deluded mind.

  • Alturn

    Benjamin Creme, who has first hand experience with UFOs and has been the spokesman on the whereabouts of the World Teacher Maitreya, has commented extensively on the spiritual mission of UFOs. He has said in Share International magazine that the primary task of UFOs, which he states are primarily from Venus and Mars, is to clean up nuclear radiation. They also monitor the nuclear arsenal of the world and have the technology to shut down a nuclear weapon. That technology is being taught to scientists in both Russia (who is ahead) and the United States.

  • Ironaddict06

    There are hundreds of military people that have seen legitimate UFOs. There are also hundreds of radar and military aircraft confirmations. Many confirmed sightings & interference dealing with nuclear weapons. The most famous being the Rendlesham Forest incedent. Appartently the military sees ufos as no threat to national security, or there is nothing they can do about it. If ufos are concerned about nuclear explosions, why would they allow so many above ground test in the 1950′s and 1960′s?

  • Ironaddict06

    There are hundreds of military people that have seen legitimate UFOs. There are also hundreds of radar and military aircraft confirmations. Many confirmed sightings & interference dealing with nuclear weapons. The most famous being the Rendlesham Forest incedent. Appartently the military sees ufos as no threat to national security, or there is nothing they can do about it. If ufos are concerned about nuclear explosions, why would they allow so many above ground test in the 1950′s and 1960′s?

    • Mugafuga

      The beings from way out yonder still couldn’t come up with a solution for the radar problem. Our high powered radar signals screw with their ability to pilot their crafts. Once they got that part solved they started rendering the systems inert.

  • A Bad Joke

    Venus? The place who’s atmosphere is 110% boiling ammonia?

  • CDAVIS2785

    Great book on WWMCCS software information warfare:”Death by Fire”

  • CDAVIS2785

    Great book on WWMCCS software information warfare:”Death by Fire”

  • 5by5

    “Time to put a lid on the extraterrestrial CIA religion”….

    WTF are you talking about? The entire disinfo campaign about this issue originated with the company, because they thought the American people would panic if they dealt with it upfront. They aren’t promoting real study of the phenomenon, they’re doing two things, using the myth of “little green men” to hide test flights, and discredit anyone who witnesses them, and also to cover their own ass from having to explain why it is they can’t defend the skies from the things that AREN’T test flights, but which are true UNKNOWNS.

  • 5by5

    I also suppose it wouldn’t help to mention that each of the silos have independent computer systems just as they have independent power supplies…. Now the chances of 20 high security computers all dying?

    Well, on Windows maybe, but this shit went down pre-Windoze.

  • Drewhempel

    Ha – you really haven’t read the documents on Malstrom — there’s a computer that oversees the network and that was the cause for the malfunction. Again James Carlson’s book has all the details. Ignore the information if you want — as ignorance is bliss. I prefer the truth.

  • Avs

    Well it´s obvious – whoever is in charge of the UFO coverup as of present has totally lost all control.

  • Avs

    Well it´s obvious – whoever is in charge of the UFO coverup as of present has totally lost all control.

  • gestur001

    request my comment to be removed. I haven´t read the book so I don´t have a right in my estimate to comment on it

  • gestur001

    request my comment to be removed. I haven´t read the book so I don´t have a right in my estimate to comment on it

  • http://www.facebook.com/ross.hulme Ross Hulme

    The lack of panic or follow up amoung the upper ranks of the military suggests they already knew what was going on. Simplest explanation would be because they already knew wha, whatt ever it was, was and maybe because they where responsable for it. Test of a remote anti missile system perhaps.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ross.hulme Ross Hulme

    The lack of panic or follow up amoung the upper ranks of the military suggests they already knew what was going on. Simplest explanation would be because they already knew wha, whatt ever it was, was and maybe because they where responsable for it. Test of a remote anti missile system perhaps.

  • Mugafuga

    The beings from way out yonder still couldn’t come up with a solution for the radar problem. Our high powered radar signals screw with their ability to pilot their crafts. Once they got that part solved they started rendering the systems inert.

  • Drjettrink

    Creme is a fraud and a nut, as well as the self appointed representative of the Maitreyia, whom he calls the 2nd coming, some call the antichrist and others call a creation of Creme’s deluded mind.

  • Lahtera

    I thought I’d toss in what I know from personal experience:

    I was there ten years later. The control center was on Malmstrom, btw. At the age of 10, I was allowed to “simulate” a missile launch as my dad worked there. (BTW, you didn’t just push a button. Two people with keys stood far apart in a room and turned them at the same time while a third person did something I could not see.)

    FYI, we lived off-base on Gore Hill, one of the highest hills in this Big Sky country, on the west side of Great Falls, During broad daylight in 1977 or thereabouts, I and six other people saw a UFO. We first caught a glint of metal over the northern part of Great Falls (Black Eagle) and watched as it flitted over the city. It finally shot toward the south, disappearing in mid-air.

    Though my mother, best friend and I (along with others) saw this UFO, my father denies any knowledge of UFOs regarding Malmstrom and the missiles. This, however, was 10 years after the occurrences mentioned by Salas. I had no confirmation regarding UFO sightings in that area until the federal government finally caved in to demands to declassify some UFO documents and I found on the internet that in 1968, Malmstrom was calling Great Falls police to help chase down UFOs.

    If UFOs were messing with the missiles, why wasn’t the military passing this information down to whoever they put in charge of the missiles? Did the UFOs shut down missiles in 1968 as well or was it all just about cops chasing them away from the silos?

    So many questions; so few answers.

  • LahTera

    For some reason, I can’t get to http://realityuncovered.net … is that a correct link or do you have another?

  • caveme

    I worked with WWMCCS

  • caveme

    I worked with WWMCCS