Military Veterans Speak Out On UFOs At Nuclear Sites

In a followup to this story, air force veterans who were tasked with guarding nuclear sites discuss their experiences with UFOs. One could claim these men as crackpots, but it definitely seems that strange things happen out in the Nevada desert.

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  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    I’ve never doubted the possibility of life on other planets…its more of a statistical certainty than a question mark…but I always doubted ‘close encounters’. Even though this may well be an example of secret weapons testing with a perfectly normal interpretation…it does raise the question of alien interference as a form of message. Something along the lines of “you need to understand that we can shut this sh&t down whenever we feel like it.” Very curious.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    I’ve never doubted the possibility of life on other planets…its more of a statistical certainty than a question mark…but I always doubted ‘close encounters’. Even though this may well be an example of secret weapons testing with a perfectly normal interpretation…it does raise the question of alien interference as a form of message. Something along the lines of “you need to understand that we can shut this sh&t down whenever we feel like it.” Very curious.

  • dumbsaint

    Hastings fucked it up at the end there. There is absolutely no reason to go from ‘mechanical failure, possible light phenomena in the sky’ to ‘beings from another world’. There’s certainly a mystery some of these occurrences. It’s a real shame that so many ufo people bypass that mystery and go to straight to ‘alien spacecraft’, creating a mountain of nonsense in an effort to lend substance to their claim. They then cry foul when no one takes them seriously despite having done it to themselves.Before I get ganked by an ‘exopolitician’ I offer this video as a peace offering:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaBBA3gkZTc

    • oman28

      Possibly purely human technology that is far in advance of what the public and low level military personnel are aware of ?
      or aliens. This fence is getting uncomfortable.

  • Anonymous

    Hastings fucked it up at the end there. There is absolutely no reason to go from ‘mechanical failure, possible light phenomena in the sky’ to ‘beings from another world’. There’s certainly a mystery some of these occurrences. It’s a real shame that so many ufo people bypass that mystery and go to straight to ‘alien spacecraft’, creating a mountain of nonsense in an effort to lend substance to their claim. They then cry foul when no one takes them seriously despite having done it to themselves.Before I get ganked by an ‘exopolitician’ I offer this video as a peace offering:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaBBA3gkZTc

  • 5by5

    Not just the Nevada desert — in plains of Montana, around nuclear sites in Colorado, in the forests near nuclear sites in England, dog fighting with Iranian, Romanian, and Brazilian jets, and hovering over nuclear subs.

    Calling it extraterrestrial in origin is a leap of logic, but something IS going on. That’s not a matter of “belief” it’s a matter of FACT. Seems to me that anyone with a serious open mind would at least open an honest investigation like they did in France with the COMETA Report or as they have in most other countries in the world. It’s only in America that we threaten people’s jobs if they even talk about an experience like this. It’s a totally irrational response to an unknown occurrence — tantamount to sticking your fingers in your ears and humming real loud while hoping it all goes away.

    • dumbsaint

      It’s a real sad state of affairs. I don’t blame anyone for not taking the issue seriously to be honest. You need to have a strong constitution to be able sift through all the crap before you get to anything of substance.

      Sturgeon’s law comes into effect hard when it comes to UFOs. 90% of sightings, notable people, books. documentaries etc are full of crap. It’s going to be a rare thing that an open and inquiring mind sticks with the subject long enough to see that there is something to it.

  • Anonymous

    Not just the Nevada desert — in plains of Montana, around nuclear sites in Colorado, in the forests near nuclear sites in England, dog fighting with Iranian, Romanian, and Brazilian jets, and hovering over nuclear subs.

    Calling it extraterrestrial in origin is a leap of logic, but something IS going on. That’s not a matter of “belief” it’s a matter of FACT. Seems to me that anyone with a serious open mind would at least open an honest investigation like they did in France with the COMETA Report or as they have in most other countries in the world. It’s only in America that we threaten people’s jobs if they even talk about an experience like this. It’s a totally irrational response to an unknown occurrence — tantamount to sticking your fingers in your ears and humming real loud while hoping it all goes away.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a real sad state of affairs. I don’t blame anyone for not taking the issue seriously to be honest. You need to have a strong constitution to be able sift through all the crap before you get to anything of substance.

    Sturgeon’s law comes into effect hard when it comes to UFOs. 90% of sightings, notable people, books. documentaries etc are full of crap. It’s going to be a rare thing that an open and inquiring mind sticks with the subject long enough to see that there is something to it.

  • Anonymous

    Possibly purely human technology that is far in advance of what the public and low level military personnel are aware of ?
    or aliens. This fence is getting uncomfortable.