The Insider – \’UFO\’ incidents at US nuclear missile facilities
‘UFO’ incidents at US nuclear missile facilities
How concerned should we be about incidents involving “UFOs” at nuclear weapons bases, including incidents in which nuclear missiles were disabled, incidents in which a live launch sequence was started, in the US, Russia, Britain, and elsewhere?
Patrick McDonough, USAF Nuclear Missile Site Geodetic Surveyor:
Charles Halt, USAF Colonel
(Deputy Base Commander at the Rendlesham Forest nuclear weapons facility in Britain)
Bruce Fenstermacher, Combat Crew Commander, USAF Captain
(FE Warren AF Base, 400 SMS, 1974-76)
Robert Jamison, USAF Nuclear Missile Targetting Officer
Capt. Robert Salas, USAF / Pentagon
US Press Association Conference, Q&A
It may be worth noting that, if the origin of these objects is extraterrestrial, the circumstances demonstrate a profound understanding and intimate knowledge of mankind and our technology.
Did UFO cause power failure at nuclear missile base? Missile technicians claim sightings coincided with October outage
– 50 nuclear weapons lost touch with control centre
– Blackout lasted almost an hour says Air Force
– President Obama told of power supply interruption
(Daily Mail / CNN)
One of the most interesting “UFO” incidents that has occurred in the UK, the Cosford evvent. This short clip from a TV documentary interviews official witnesses from the Ministry of Defense, including eye-witnesses and the Deputy Director of the military’s UFO investigation unit:
Alaska incident, 55 minute encounter, over 350 miles, involving a Japan Air 747 flight, a senior pilot, tracked on both military and civilian radar.
Belgian UFO Wave of 1989
O’Hare Airport, USA, multiple official witnesses
Testimony of commercial airline pilot about two 1-mile wide disc-shaped “UFOs” in British airspace.
Peruvian Air Force scrambled Sukhoi-22 fighter jets to intercept a “spherical UFO” in restricted military air space, ordered to shoot-down the object, fighter pilot testifies that his weapons “had no effect”, and in subsequent attempts to engage the object performed impossible evasive manovres. An “cream” coloured dome-shape object, with a surface that appeared “enamelled”, estimated at 30m in diameter.