Ex-military officers say UFOs real and that UFOs tampered with nukes. UFO researcher Robert Hastings convened a group of ex-military officers at the National Press Club on Monday to tell their stories. Over the years, there have been several stories about UFOs near military installations where nuclear weapons are stored, including recent UFO sightings. These include an incident where UFOs tampered with nukes, deactivating ten Minuteman missiles according to Captain Robert Salas. He says “I was on duty (March 16, 1967) when an object came over and hovered directly over the site. The missiles shut down – ten Minuteman (nuclear) missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later.”
Captain Salas goes on to say “There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these objects, wherever they come from. I personally think they’re not from planet Earth.” Salas adds “The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it.”
Captain Salas was stationed at the time at Malmstrom Air Force base in Montana. He is just one of a half-dozen former military officers who have gone public, speaking at the National Press Club. Furthermore, some 120 military officers and enlisted personnel have made similar statements. UFOs appearing at military bases with nuclear weapons have been reported as far back as 1947, the year of the infamous crash at Roswell, New Mexico. The unit stationed at Roswell was none other than the 509th Bomber Group, the same which dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War Two.
UFO sightings by military personnel are considered the most credible of all. Two recent TV documentaries in the past coupe years on the subject have been aired on the History Channel. ‘I Know What I Saw’ featured eyewitness testimony by military and government officials from the United States and other nations. Another documentary, ‘An Alien History of Planet Earth’ featured the journey of aviation journalist Nick Cook of Jane’s Defense, one of the most respected publications concerning military information.
Both documentaries treat the subject of UFOs with a great deal of respect and extremely good sources. They did not show some guy who was drinking at the bayou near his trailer park when he saw a UFO. Scientists, pilots, crewmen of aircraft, even high-level government officials all told their stories. Nick Cook, as rational a person as they come, pretty much concludes that while most of the UFOs seen by the general public may be explainable, a fair number are probably secret military aircraft. But he does not rule out that some UFOs may indeed be of an extraterrestrial origin.
What I find interesting is that in the past two days, we have now had two UFO stories in the major media. Today’s conference at the National Press Club convened by Robert Hastings featuring accounts from ex-military officers that UFOs are real, or like Captain Robert Salas that UFOs tampered with nukes and then the story about the United Nations appointing an ‘official UFO greeter’, astrophysicist Malzan Othman. While the United States government continues to conceal what they know about the UFO phenomenon, many others, including the UK, have gone public, dumping tons of files for investigators to review. Are we about to get disclosure from Washington?