Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Senior Military Personnel Claim UFO Coverup

"It may sound like a Spielberg movie plot, but if senior U.S. airmen are to be believed, this scenario is not science fiction.
They claim that since 1948, aliens have been hovering over UK and U.S. nuclear missile sites and deactivating the weapons– once even landing in a British base.
Furthermore, they warn, our governments are hushing the activity up.
Captain Robert Salas, who, along with six others is to break his silence on the subject, said: ‘We’re talking about unidentified flying objects, as simple as that.
‘They’re often known as UFOs, you could call them that. 

‘The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it,’ he said. 
The former officer said he witnessed such an event first-hand on March 16, 1967, at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana.
‘I was on duty 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. There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these objects, wherever they come from. I personally think they’re not from planet Earth.’
Colonel Charles Halt claims to have seen a UFO at RAF Bentwaters, near Ipswich, one of the few bases in the UK to hold nuclear weapons.
The sighting is said to have taken place 30 years ago. First he saw the object firing beams of light into the base then heard on the military radio that aliens had landed inside the nuclear storage area, he said.

‘I believe that the security services of both the United States and the United Kingdom have attempted – both then and now – to subvert the significance of what occurred at RAF Bentwaters by the use of well-practised methods of disinformation.’
The six former U.S. Air Force officers and one former enlisted man, are to present declassified information which they claim backs up their findings. They have witness testimony from 120 former or retired military personnel which points to alien intervention at nuclear sites in the U.S. as recently as 2003.
They will urge the authorities to confirm that alien beings have long been visiting Earth.
A press conference today in Washington will also highlight testimony from retired U.S. Air Force Captain Bruce Fenstermacher, whose security team saw a cigar-shaped UFO hovering above FE Warren nuclear base in Wyoming in 1976. 
Researcher Robert Hastings, who has written on the subject, explained that so far the aliens appeared interested in ‘mere surveillance’ but warned they seemed to have gone further in some instances.
‘At long last, all of these witnesses are coming forward to say that, as unbelievable as it may seem to some, UFOs have long monitored and sometimes tampered with our nukes,’ he added."
Source: Daily Mail 

What are the implications of this? I doubt anybody still has trust in the governments of the US and UK, so let's take that for granted. I will be reserving judgement until a clearer picture emerges. Ex-Military personnel have come forward with this information before but I find it hard to recall a time where seven officers have. It displays a solidarity that could only be sustained through a carefully planned hoax, or genuineness.

Stay tuned.


  1. I don't believe this for a second, but I'll stay tuned

  2. Seven men testified, and had written testimony from 120 more ex-military, and declassified docs to back up their stories. Why would so many lie about something which draws so much ridicule? I think they are telling the truth about what they experienced.

  3. Like I said, either they're genuine or it's an elaborate hoax. It's harder to discredit because usually it's one guy who could easier be nuts or seeking attention.

  4. I've already had an itch that our government, and other governments hide information and cover events up form the public. It's only common sense.

    In all vastness, we can't be the only lifeforms with "technology" out there, can we? Nope. I don't see a point in the government covering this stuff up, they should just release everything to the public. (=

  5. Ugh, the Daily Mail... I don't buy anything they say. However I did see something on CNN about this. My Skeptic alarm went off and I derped hard. Oh, what are your thoughts on the UN naming an ambassador for ETs? I have a feeling the woo-woos will use it as tacit approval and validation, just like when a scam is promoted by saying "IT'S GOT A PATENT." It doesn't really mean anything.

  6. Until a publicly displayed First Contact is established, I will regard all UFO stories with complete skepticism.

  7. I find it hard to believe most of these UFO stories, but then again there most likely is a other life out there. I'll take everything I hear with a grain of salt until something big steps forward.

  8. I'm really not convinced that aliens that would need to cross millions/billions of light years would play little games on our backward-ass planet... Would be like going to africa to one ant hill to shine colored lights at the ants. Like what the shit.