Did UFOs Erase ICBM Target Codes?


Did UFOs Erase ICBM Target Codes?

Declassified documents and military witness testimony confirm that UFOs have repeatedly monitored nuclear missile sites at various U.S. Air Force bases since the early 1960s.

F.E. Warren AFB, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, has experienced many such incursions over the years including one especially spectacular series of incidents in the summer of 1965.

An official report [see below], sent by the 90thStrategic Missile Wing to the Foreign Technology Division, reveals—in dramatic detail—the extraordinary nature of the case. It reads in part:

Subject: Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO)

1. Reference 200-2 as amended. Francis E. Warren Air Force Base is located in an area which has recently experienced a considerable number of reports pertaining to unidentified flying objects. On the night of 31 July 1965, several civilians in Cheyenne, Wyoming reported to the local radio stations various objects generally with red and green flashing lights. These were relayed to the Francis E. Warren Command Post. All missile sites were immediately contacted and alerted to be on the watch for such objects. As a result, the following number of sightings were reported during the following three nights:

31 July — 75 objects — observed by 70 personnel

1 August — 29 objects — observed by 27 personnel

2 August — 44 objects — observed by 46 personnel

Totals: 148 objects 143 personnel

2. Description of Objects: Reported objects are mostly round, although there are reports of oval/cigar-shaped and pencil-shaped, or merely a light source. Reported sizes vary from that of a pinhead to a nickel when seen with the naked eye, and from the size of a pea to a half-dollar when seen through binoculars. Where sightings involved more than one object, V-shaped, echelon, cross, box, and tail-shaped formations were reported. On August 1st, there was one daytime report, from a civilian source in Cheyenne, of an oblong object tumbling through the sky and in the distance becoming two objects before disappearing in separate directions. There were no discernable features, except that most reports stated that colored lights were flashing on and off at one to two second intervals, sometimes becoming alternately bright and dim. Possible tails were reported in a few cases. There has been no sound reported in association with any of the objects …

Another UFO incident at F.E. Warren AFB occurred on some as-yet undocumented date in 1976, according to a retired Minuteman missile launch officer, Captain Bruce Fenstermacher. His dramatic account was presented to the media during my CNN-steamed “UFOs and Nukes” press conference in Washington D.C. on September 27, 2010.

Extract from YouTube interview: projectavalon.net

A different account of UFO incursions at F.E. Warren originates with another former ICBM launch officer, Walter F. Billings. In 2002, The Association of Air Force Missileers (AAFM) published a brief article of mine it its September newsletter, in which I asked former or retired USAF nuclear missile personnel to contact me with their UFO experiences. Among the 30-plus responses I received was this letter from Billings, regarding three UFO incidents at the base in the early 1970s … continue reading at ufohastings.com

Source and author: ufohastings.com * niburunews *  Missile

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